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[Reading] ➲ Barry Lyndon ➺ William Makepeace Thackeray – Eiyo.us

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  1. says:

    Had someone asked me last week to name them a film better than the book, off the top of my head I couldn t give a definitive answer If the same question popped up today, my immediate response would be, Stanley Kubrick s Barry Lyndon A film I adore so much it even had me playing the Film s beautiful music softy in the background whilst reading Thackeray s novel, hoping it would start to dazzle the book It didn t That s not to say there wasn t much to enjoy about the Irish rogue s escapades Had someone asked me last week to name them a film better than the book, off the top of my head I couldn t give a definitive answer If the same question popped up today, my immediate response would be, Stanley Kubrick s Barry Lyndon A film I adore so much it even had me playing the Film s beautiful music softy in the background whilst reading Thackeray s novel, hoping it would start to dazzle the book It didn t That s not to say there wasn t much to enjoy about the Irish rogue s escapades around 18th Century Europe, but it just never reached the heights I thought it would Thackeray spent ten gruelling years as a journalist covering burlesques, travel articles, short stories, as well as being a critic on books and pictures His early promise came in the fashion of serial publications Barry Lyndon 1844 , opened up his golden decadence of the successful novel.Written as an 18th century pastiche, the work draws a portrait of a dashing schemer who is a lia...


  2. says:

    What a cad Barry is A line from the book sums up this blackguard he is the one St.Patrick missed The Duel Scene


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    Yet Another Novel Without a HeroWilliam Makepeace Thackeray, who in his own time was vying for the peak of popularity among Victorian readers with the Inimitable Dickens himself, would by now be completely eclipsed in modern bookshops as it happened to Bulwer Lytton, for instance , were it not for his still well known novel Vanity Fair 1848 , which proclaimed itself a novel without a hero , as it mercilessly satirized Victorian society Although Thackeray s way of narrating and co...


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    Turns out Becky Sharp makes a pretty awful dude.The adventurer is a stock villain in Victorian literature With no money but plenty of charm, he or she tries to marry into comfort, sometimes with the help of one dastardly plot or another Sir Felix Carbury of Trollope s The Way We Live Now is a good one, and Lady Audley Daniel Defoe s Roxana is an early example Dare, and the world always yields or, if it beat you sometimes, dare again, and it will succumb And Thackeray loves them He ll get Tur...


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    Barry Lyndon es p caro, ego sta, eg latra, derrochador, mentiroso, xen fobo, trata mal a las mujeres no hay un s lo defecto que no tenga Pero l se describe como generoso, bondadoso, valiente, lleno de cualidades, de alto rango y un mont n m s de calificativos que no concuerdan con la propia historia que nos cuenta narrador no fiable si los hay B sicamente l se cree que todo el mundo le debe respeto y que debe conseguir una fortuna debido a esos ancestros nobles de los cuales desciende y Barry Lyndon es p caro, ego sta, eg latra, derrochador, mentiroso, xen fobo, trata mal a las mujeres no hay un s lo defecto que no tenga Pero l se describe como generoso, bondadoso, valiente, lleno de cualidades, de alto rango y un mont n m s de calificativos que no concuerdan con la propia historia que nos cuenta narrador no fiable si los hay B sicamente l se cree que todo el mundo le debe respeto y que debe conseguir una fortuna debido a esos ancestros nobles de los cuales desciende y que son al menos dudosos aunque su familia haya ca do en desgracia Todo lo malo que le pasa es porque la gente lo difama y no conoce en verdad sus grandes cualidades Todo es ...


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    Novela de lectura sorprendentemente r pida y f cil, agradable y divertida Tiene su buena raci n de partes mon tonas y densas divagar acerca del miembro tal y cual de la nobleza es lo que tiene pero no son insoportables Rese a completa


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    2 1 2.


  8. says:

    William Thackeray s The Luck of Barry Lyndon, is a novel without a hero, narrated by the disingenuous Irish adventurer, Barry Redmond, whose lies and misrepresentations, coupled with his misconceptions of honour and manners, unintentionally reveal him to be a bullying scoundrel Fleeing from the legal consequences of a duel, he becomes an...


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    Mr Barry Lyndon is as unprincipled a personage as ever has figured at the head of a history, and as the public will persist in having a moral appended to such tales, we beg here respectfully to declare that we take the moral of the story of Barry Lyndon, Esquire, to be, that worldly success is by no mean...


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    Oh I got soo tired of Barry Lyndon He never learns anything and remains a vain, foolish, pompous ass until the day he dies which unfortunately doesn t come quickly enough I did like the historical bits about clothing, horses, carriages, debt, gambling, etc The restoh what a dull creature despite all his braggadocio The intro said that Thackeray had added manyfake editor s notes at one point I wish my edition had those notes The few that were there were very amusing.Also perplexe Oh I got soo tired of Barry Lyndon He never learns anything and remains a vain, foolish, pompo...

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