Publish date: February 27th 1984
Publisher: Vintage/Ebury (A Division of Random House Group)
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Feminists got it wrong with the whole ‘strong female character’ thing. Anyone who talked a little about fiction should know that by now. What’s more puzzling is how they got that idea in the first place. When they obsess over the strength of female characters, what are the example of male characters...
I will not and cannot give an insightful review of this book. I did really enjoy it, although some of it was over my head. I will however write one of my favorite passages from this book....I brought all this on myself by telling Ramona the story of my life-how I rose from humble origins to complete...
Great use of the English language. It's masterfully written, but at times drags a little bit. It's really a character piece. I have a hard time knowing how to react to that part of the novel, not because I don't understand Herzog, but instead because I understand him too well. I greatly resemble...
Dear Herzog, Dear Bellow,This book 'bout the fellowDown-trodden, seems awfully bleak.His life's done to Hell, loHis skin's turned all yellow,So what is there for him to seek?Dear Moses, Dear Saul,Where's gone your wherewithal?It would seem that you've gone quite astray.Lost two wives in all,And your...
I just couldn't get into it.
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