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Poczucie kresu - Julian Barnes, Jan Kabat
Poczucie kresu
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Książka nagrodzona Bookerem 2011! Anthony Webster, sześćdziesięciolatek, przyjaźnił się w młodości z niezwykle inteligentnym Adrianem. Poróżniła ich kobieta. Po latach Anthony otrzymuje nieoczekiwany spadek, odkrywając sekret, który na zawsze zmąci mu dobre samopoczucie… Jeden z... show more
Książka nagrodzona Bookerem 2011!

Anthony Webster, sześćdziesięciolatek, przyjaźnił się w młodości z niezwykle inteligentnym Adrianem. Poróżniła ich kobieta. Po latach Anthony otrzymuje nieoczekiwany spadek, odkrywając sekret, który na zawsze zmąci mu dobre samopoczucie…

Jeden z najwybitniejszych współczesnych brytyjskich pisarzy jak nikt potrafi zestawiać intrygującą fabułę, fakty, fikcję i refleksje dotyczące kwestii najważniejszych. Tym razem, opowiadając o pewnej tajemnicy, snuje rozważania o istocie przyjaźni, miłości, wyrzutach sumienia i sensie samobójstwa.  
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Format: papier
ISBN: 9788377996805 (8377996804)
Publisher: Świat Książki
Pages no: 176
Edition language: Polski
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I've owned this book almost a year in October. It is a short book and I have no idea why I hadn't picked it up earlier. However, yesterday I was looking through my Audible library to find a short listen, under 6 hours, and noticed The Sense of an Ending and decided to give it a go. I'm happy I did. ...
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4.0 August reads: The Sense of an Ending, Julian Barnes
How often do we tell our own life story? How often do we adjust, embellish, make sly cuts? And the longer life goes on, the fewer are those around to challenge our account, to remind us that our life is not our life, merely the story we have told about our life. Told to others, but—mainly—to ourselv...
From the Queen's Kindle
From the Queen's Kindle rated it
3.5 The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes
‘History is the lies of the victors,’ I replied, a little too quickly.‘Yes, I was rather afraid you’d say that. Well, as long as you remember that it is also the self-delusions of the defeated.’This is the story of Tony Webster, narrating the memories of his youth from the twilight of his life. I pa...
Peregrinations
Peregrinations rated it
I was not bowled over by this one. Well-written but just not the kind of story I enjoy. In a way it reminded me of Graham Greene's The End of an Affair.
In a network of lines that enlace
In a network of lines that enlace rated it
3.5 Not one I'd highly recommend
I’m conflicted about this one. The writing is superb, the pacing well done and the story itself a good length. Barnes doesn’t attempt to make the story more than it is, and knows when to stop. However the main issue I have with this book is there is no relief in the plot. It’s sad for the sake of ...
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