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Нека големият свят се върти Ebook Author Colum McCann Thomashillier.co.uk 1965 30 2009 , International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, Ambassador Award, Prix Deauville.com, Observer, FinancialTimes, The Guardian.

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    In my classification system, there are books that are readers books they tell an engaging story there are books that are writers books they are creative in their prose and technically sound and then there are GREAT books that tell a good story through solid prose Let the Great World Spin the 2009 National Book Award winner is such a book The book shares the lives of seemingly random New Yorkers in 1974, and how their lives intertwine At the surface, they seem connected by what happe In my classification system, there are books that are readers books they tell an engaging story there are books that are writers books they are creative in their prose and technically sound and then there are GREAT books that tell a good story through solid prose Let the Great World Spin the 2009 National Book Award winner is such a book The book shares the lives of seemingly random New Yorkers in 1974, and how their lives intertwine At th...


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    This really may be the first truly profound novel to connect itself with September 11, 2001 and New York City, if only because it does so in such an understated, oblique, and poetically suggestive way It s also a novel that may take over a hundred pages to truly capture your imagination, but once it does, and once the connective tissue of the disparate group of characters starts to reveal itself, the novel attains a kind of hypnotic and edgy grace for its duration So richly and deeply are McCa This really may be the first truly profound novel to connect itself with September 11, 2001 and New York City, if only because it does so in such an understated, oblique, and poetically suggestive way It s also a novel that may take over a hundred pages to truly capture your imagination, but once it does, and once the connective tissue of the disparate group of characters starts to reveal itself, the novel attains a kind of hypnotic and edgy grace for its duration So richly and deeply are McCann s various characters drawn that one finally must marvel at how much he accomplishes in his...


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    I used to really enjoy short story collections I used to read scary ones in elementary school, depressing ones in high school, and I even read trippy ones in college thinking I was cool But sometime during my post college years, my interest in them began to wane I don t know whether this can be ascribed to getting older, but I do know that I now get frustrated with short stories The time I invest in the setting and the characters, acclimating to the storytelling style and pacing well, ther I used to really enjoy short story collections I used to read scary ones in elementary school, depressing ones in high school, and I even read trippy ones in college thinking I was cool But sometime during my post college years, my interest in them began to wane I don t know whether this can be ascribed to getting older, but I do know that I now get frustrated with short stories The time I invest in the setting and the characters, acclimating to the storytelling style and...


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    For a book that s solely supposed to be about characters.I thought all of these characters were amazingly one dimensional The self sacrificing wanna be priest The smarter than she looks hooker The rich lonely Park Ave housewife Nothing unique or original in there Reading it didn t suck really hard, because it s an easy enough read, and there are little splotches of nice writing and insight throughout.but all in all, I didn t get it.I also didn t get the whole NYC in the 70s thing f For a book that s solely supposed to be about characters.I thought all of these characters were amazingly one dimensional The self sacrificing wanna be priest The smarter than she looks hooker The rich lonely Park Ave housewife Nothing unique or original in there Reading it didn t suck really hard, because it s an easy enough read, and there are little splotches of nice writing and insight throughout.but all in all, I didn ...


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    Reviews, in my opinion, aren t the right place for book reports, nor for nosegays of fanboy gush I m supposed to let the reader know why he or she should, could, or would want to read a title.You should, could, AND would want to read this National Book Award winning novel of grief, sadness, and loss because it s so damned easy to love and cherish these characters The Catholic monk whose vocation is to bring a whisper of compassion, in its ancient and literal meaning of shared pain , to the le Reviews, in my opinion, are...


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    A tightrope walker about to pull off one of the biggest stunts ever performed A committed priest too busy looking out for the downtrodden to take care of himself A pair of prostitutes who are also mother and daughter A rich woman crippled by grief and her stoic judge husband A couple of artists who fled the New York night life Computer hackers A brutal car wreck Slums Penthouses Robbery Charity It s either another day in New York, or it s the shittiest circus ever.In 1974, a French ac A tightrope walker ab...


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    Have you ever heard Gershwin s Rhapsody in Blue That first low note of the clarinet that increasingly vibrates on the ground before it jumps high, high to land with a soft boom of drums and a smooth backdrop of horns, a building for the clarinet to continue on with trills and soars, till finally the zenith is reached and the horn sounds its own quavering, the robust tone completing that architecture first sounded by the leaping thrills of the lone clarinet.I am hardly the first to see this pi Have you ever heard Gershwin s Rhapsody in Blue That first low note of the clarinet that increasingly vibrates on the ground before it jumps high, high to land with a soft boom of drums and a smooth backdrop of horns, a building for the clarinet to continue on with trills and soars, till finally the zenith is reached and the horn sounds its own quavering, the robust tone complet...


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    Oh god, don t make me look up I was only looking at words in a book, but the image gives me instant vertigo And I m NOT kidding There s a crazy guy doing gymnastics on a tightrope between the Twin Towers, a million feet up in the air All the other people can look up and are obsessed with looking up, in fact, which is totally beyond my comprehension since I have to stare intently at my feet , so what s with me I m afraid of heights, so I just can t look I just can t But how can just readi Oh god, don t make me look up I was only looking at words in a book, but the image gives me instant vertigo And I m NOT kidding There s a crazy guy doing gymnastics on a tightrope between the Twin Towers, a million feet up in the air All the other people can look up and are obsessed with looking up, in fact, which is totally beyond my comprehension since I have to stare intently at my feet , so what s with me I m afraid of heights, so I just can t look I just can t But how can just re...


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    This won the national book awardWhich didn t stop me from becoming boredInstead of this you could try aDocumentary called Man on a WireIt s also about Philippe Petit s act Against which the cards were surely stacked To walk in the air between the two towersFor approximately 0.75 hoursOn 7th August 1974.By doing so he broke...


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    Being on the tightrope is living everything else is waiting Karl Wallenda, of the Flying Wallendas The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 are almost ten years old, and yet, the wound is still very raw for those not directly involved, I mean for those that were there, the wound is forever Books and films that have dared touch the subject have done so in one of two ways with near stultifying decorum and gravity, which makes art into some kind of vague, patriotic duty or with obli Being on the tightrope is living everything else is waiting Karl Wallenda, of the Flying Wallendas The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 are almost ten years old, and yet, the wound is still very raw for those not directly involved, I mean for those that were there, the wound is forever Books and films that have dared touch the subject have done so in one of two ways with near stultifying decorum and gravity, which makes art into some kind of vague, patriotic duty or with obliquen...

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