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  • Yesterday's Weather
  • Anne Enright
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  • 10 June 2018
  • 9780771030734

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SUMMARY ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Anne Enright DOWNLOAD Yesterday's Weather ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Reland is as brave and original as Edna O’Brien’s” Colm TóibínA rich collection of sharp vivid stories of loss and yearning of the ordinary defeats and unexpected delights that grow out of the bonds between husbands and wives mothers and children and intimate strangersBringing together in a single elegant editio I d probably give this book 35 stars if I couldThe first half or so of the book s stories are written in Enright s mature sophisticated painfully sharp sarcastic rare style The women in her stories are never simple minded or sentimental But they are always filled with feeling I appreciate as in I understand the view she gives of the underside of intimacy She writes about the things we don t admit to ourselves partners friends family I think most people are or less oblivious to the repulsions fears jealousies neediness shame that move about in their intimate relationships and I think this is especially true in our American culture This is what Enright seems to do best She writes these stories with what might be called a cold but tender compassionI think it s possible many do not like Enright s writing because she brings up uncomfortable dark or complex subjects many revolving around sex and marriage infidelity and compromise in the face of shame and betrayal What I don t believe is that her tone is negative as I read in some reviews on GR The negative feelings in some readers may be brought on because women at least in the US cannot afford to admit to these types of very personal and deep insecurities to the weaknesses the meanness perhaps of very strong but feeling and feminine women The combining of these seemingly conflicting forces cannot be tolerated Enright s women are too strong too honest and perhaps too crude in their sexual honesty They are very sexual and intelligent What they are not is innocent or saintly Yet they suffer And they continue They live on with their pain or loneliness They start over again What I find in her writing her stories is that she has a deep compassion for these suffering women Most of whom seem to be some reflection of this writer s own deeper self I most admire her honestyOf course I get that perhaps many don t like her writing because bottom line her subjects are not happy Finally I have to say that the final half of the book s stories are for the most part well written with a few exceptions but I found myself going into her younger writing with some impatience the book is arranged chronologically reversed her newer stories come first Her voice and style change the subjects are less personal and her lines are a bit cloudy At the end I felt grateful to be finished Her mature writing deserves its accolades Gratefully we do grow up Par le sang versé original as Edna O’Brien’s” Colm TóibínA rich collection Le Monde selon De Gaulle : Tome 2, Le général à livre ouvert... of sharp vivid stories Mai 68 l'arnaque du siècle of loss and yearning Ils partiront dans l'ivresse : Lyon (mai 43)-Londres (février 44) of the Vaincre sans gloire: Le corps expéditionnaire français en Italie (novembre 1942-juillet 1944) ordinary defeats and unexpected delights that grow Opération "Torch" out L'Honneur, pas les honneurs: Mémoires, tome I. 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La guerre, oui ou non ? our American culture This is what Enright seems to do best She writes these stories with what might be called a cold but tender compassionI think it s possible many do not like Enright s writing because she brings up uncomfortable dark Un été 16 : Eléments d'histoire culturelle européenne au regard du présent or complex subjects many revolving around sex and marriage infidelity and compromise in the face Les mythes de la Seconde Guerre mondiale of shame and betrayal What I don t believe is that her tone is negative as I read in some reviews 1944-1945 on GR The negative feelings in some readers may be brought Jacques Chirac : Une histoire française on because women at least in the US cannot afford to admit to these types Adolfo Kaminsky, une vie de faussaire of very personal and deep insecurities to the weaknesses the meanness perhaps Dans les archives secrètes du Quai d'Orsay : de 1945 à nos jours of very strong but feeling and feminine women The combining Mes combats of these seemingly conflicting forces cannot be tolerated Enright s women are too strong too honest and perhaps too crude in their sexual honesty They are very sexual and intelligent What they are not is innocent Chirac intime - Un retraité comme les autres or saintly Yet they suffer And they continue They live Les Pieds-noirs : L'épopée d'un peuple on with their pain Berlin or loneliness They start D'Izieu à Auschwitz : L'histoire de deux enfants dans la Shoah over again What I find in her writing her stories is that she has a deep compassion for these suffering women Most Histoire de la guerre d'Algérie, 1954-1962 of whom seem to be some reflection Koursk - L’été où Staline a vaincu Hitler of this writer s Un train en hiver own deeper self I most admire her honestyOf course I get that perhaps many don t like her writing because bottom line her subjects are not happy Finally I have to say that the final half 1941 of the book s stories are for the most part well written with a few exceptions but I found myself going into her younger writing with some impatience the book is arranged chronologically reversed her newer stories come first Her voice and style change the subjects are less personal and her lines are a bit cloudy At the end I felt grateful to be finished Her mature writing deserves its accolades Gratefully we do grow up

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SUMMARY ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ☆ Anne Enright DOWNLOAD Yesterday's Weather ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF N new stories as well as a selection of stories never before published in Canada from her UK published The Portable Virgin 1991 Yesterday’s Weather exhibits the unsettling carefully drawn reality the subversive wit and the awkward tenderness that mark Anne Enright as one of the most thrillingly gifted writers of our tim I did not enjoy reading this book of short stories It took entirely too much effort and proved not worth the work I felt that the author was self indulgent and had disdain for the reader as she forthrightly says in the last story I might describe them I have the words for it but your prurience does not interest me neither does your disbelief With than 30 stories in this little volume it disappointed me that none of the women featured touched a responsive note in me After reading and enjoyed Enright s The Green Road I found myself greatly disappointed by this volume Napoléon et l'opéra of stories never before published in Canada from her UK published The Portable Virgin 1991 Yesterday’s Weather exhibits the unsettling carefully drawn reality the subversive wit and the awkward tenderness that mark Anne Enright as Souvenirs de campagnes du sergent Faucheur one Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 10 : Les Débuts de la troisième République, 1871-1898 of the most thrillingly gifted writers La France et les Français sous la IIIe République 1870-1940 of Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 9 : De la fête impériale au mur des fédérés, 1852-1871 our tim I did not enjoy reading this book Un souvenir de Solférino (Éd.1862) of short stories It took entirely too much effort and proved not worth the work I felt that the author was self indulgent and had disdain for the reader as she forthrightly says in the last story I might describe them I have the words for it but your prurience does not interest me neither does your disbelief With than 30 stories in this little volume it disappointed me that none Le champ de luzerne of the women featured touched a responsive note in me After reading and enjoyed Enright s The Green Road I found myself greatly disappointed by this volume