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  1. says:

    5 Jungian Stars 2015 Gold Award Tie First Favorite Read Over the weekend I was sitting with a friend, having a tea and we were reading She said, How is the Murdoch book I looked up and without pausing or thinking and said Simply wondrous She tilted her head in her adorable way and said Whatsitabout I took a moment, sighed and exclaimed, Everything This book is a psycho spiritual masterpiece of the highest caliber I decided to sit down and come up with a laundry list of what it is 5 Jungian Stars 2015 Gold Award Tie First Favorite Read Over the weekend I was sitting with a friend, having a tea and we were reading She said, How is the Murdoch book I looked up and without pausing or...


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    Even a middling novelist can tell quite a lot of truth His humble medium is on the side of truth Whereas the theatre, even at its most realistic , is connected with the level at which, and the methods by which, we tell our everyday lies This is the sense in which ordinary theatre resembles life, and dramatists are disgraceful liars unless they are very good On the other hand, in a purely formal sense the theatre is the nearest to poetry of all the arts I used to think that if I could ha Even a middling novelist can tell quite a lot of truth His humble medium is on the side of truth Whereas the theatre, even at its most realistic , is connected with the level at which, and the methods by which, we tell our everyday lies This is the sense in which ordinary theatre resembles life, and dramatists are disgraceful liars unless they are very good On the other hand, in a purely formal sense the theatre is the nearest to poetry of all the arts I used to think that if I could have been a poet I would never have bothered with the theatre at all, but of course this is no...


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    This book earned the author the Booker Prize in 1978 It s a powerful book I had seen it forever at library sales and for years I thought I should read it Finally, I did, and I wish I had read it earlier I m giving it a rating of 5 and adding it to my favorites.The main character is a recently retired actor playwright theater director He was a so so actor, a better playwright, but a masterful director In the last endeavor he achieved his fame and made his money The main character is an ego This book earned the author the Booker Prize in 1978 It s a powerful book I had seen it forever at library sales and for years I thought I should read it Finally, I did, and I wish I had read it earlier I m giving it a rating of 5 and adding it to my favorites.The main character is a recently retired actor playwright theater director He was a so so actor, a better playwright, but a masterful director In the last endeavor he achieved his fame and made his money The main character is an egotist The press has called him a tyrant and power crazed monster He s a misogynist who has used and abused women all his life A good friend, a male, tells him the trouble with you, Charles, is that basically you despise women Now he has left the London scene to live by himself at a beach house in a tiny...


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    Ah the sea, that wonderful spectacle bringing joy to countless many, whether swimming, diving, surfing, fishing, boating, splashing about in waist high water or just simply strolling along the shoreline whist the tide tickles your feet But for some they won t go anywhere near it, all thanks to a certain Steven Spielberg film For Iris Murdoch s fictional character Charles Arrowby, getting munched on by a...


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    An extraordinary novel, at once page turner and philosophic, comic and melodramatic, one of the best that I ve read Murdoch is remarkably skilled at inhabiting the minds of her protagonists, and Charles Arrowby, a late middle aged, bumbling, morally dubious, veteran of theater, is a wondrous creation The first 100 pages of this novel shouldn t work, as Charles, in journal form, moves to Shruff s end and inhabits a lonely house by the sea, wanders around town, experiences visions that he blames An extraordinary novel, at once page turner and philosophic, comic and melodramatic, one of the best that I ve read Murdoch is remarkably skilled at inhabiting the minds of her protagonists, and Charles Arrowby, a late middle aged, bumbling, morally dubious, veteran of theater, is a wondrous creation The first 100 pages of this novel shouldn t work, as Charles, in journal form, moves to Shruff s end and inhabits a lonely house by the sea, wanders around town, experiences visions that he blames on LSD about which,soon , goes on lengthy diatribes about food For lunch, I may say, I ate and greatly enjoyed the following anchovy paste on hot buttered toast, then baked beans and kidney beans with chopped celery, tomatoes, lemon juice, and olive oil really good olive oil is esse...


  6. says:

    All our failures are ultimately failures in love Iris MurdochOh boy This is deep, dudes Far out and deeply deep, dudettes.Rather than trying my unworthy hand at a thorough analysis of a psychologically complex 500 page novel, I shall lay track for a few grooves Dig it.Near the beginning, I thought it might be a romance No way, man More like a real Mystery of Mental and Emotional Health and Well being.What is love How is the idea or thought of it, especially young love, affected by the pasAll our failures are ultimately failures in love Iris MurdochOh boy This is deep, dudes Far out and deeply deep, dudettes.Rather than trying my unworthy hand at a thorough analysis of a psychologically complex 500 page novel, I shall lay track for a few grooves Dig it.Near the beginning, I thought it might be a romance No way, man More like a real Mystery of Mental and Emotional Health and Well being.What is love How i...


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    The Sea the Sea by Iris Murdoch, is her 20th novel, which won the Booker prize in 1978 The author famously was an academic a professor of Philosophy at Oxford University, who also wrote novels with a philosophical focus.The novel is in the form of a journal The viewpoint character throughout is a famous actor and director, Charles Arrowby The impression we gain immediately is that he is a solitary, rather arrogant and egotistical individual In the novel he has decided to retire to Shruff E The Sea the Sea by Iris Murdoch, is her 20th novel, which won the Booker prize in 1978 The author famously was an academic a professor of Philosophy at Oxford University, who also wrote novels with a philosophical focus.The novel is in the form of a journal The viewpoint character throughout is a famous actor and director, Charles Arrowby The impression we gain immediately is that he is a solitary, rather arrogant and egotistical individual In the novel he has decided to retire to Shruff End a dilapidated and creaky old house on a rocky promontory next to the sea He tells us that he has decided to get away from London life once and for all, and to follow his dream of living in seclusion, much to the bewilderment and scepticism of all his theatre friends.The journal he writes, and which we are reading, is an attempt to form some struct...


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    I struggled with this for a while, mainly because I was so irritated by Charles Arrowby, the main character and unreliable narrator Arrowby is a retired actor, director and playwright who has moved to a remote cottage by the sea and is tentatively writing his memoirs Whole successions of characters, many of them former lovers, arrive and depart and Charles encounters his first love Hartley who has also retired to the area with her husband Like many of Murdoch s characters Arrowby is not very I struggled with this for a while, mainly because I was so irritated by Charles Arrowby, the main character and unreliable narrator Arrowby is a retired actor, director and playwright who has moved to a remote cottage by the sea and is tentatively writing his memoirs Whole successions of characters, many of them former lovers, arrive and depart and Charles encounters his first love Hartley who has also retired to the area with her husband Like many of Murdoch s characters Arrowby is not very likeable and seems completely oblivious to the mayhem he creates among his nearest and dearest I also found myself increasingly irritated by what he did with food nothing kinky here if Murdoch meant him to be annoying, she wrote him very well There is moral complexity and ambiguity as Ar...


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    Here s the first thing I love about The Sea, The Sea its title Isn t it wonderful Imagine how boring it would have looked on a shelf if it had just been called The Sea But with that profoundly simple decision to repeat itself, it suddenly drips horror and madness and obsession It s just brilliant Almost makes me wish Emily Bronte had called her book The Moor, The Moor And then Murdoch plays this terrific game with the opening sentence The sea which lies before me as I write glows rath Here s the first thing I love about The Sea, The Sea its title Isn t it wonderful Imagine how boring it would have looked on a shelf if it had just been called The Sea But with that profoundly simple decision to repeat itself, it suddenly drips horror and madness and obsession It s just brilliant Almost makes me wish Emily Bronte had called her book The Moor, The Moor And then Murdoch plays this terrific game with the opening sentence The sea which lies before me as I write glows rather than sparkles in t...


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    The Sea, the Sea is the 1978 winner of the Booker Prize for good reasons It is a brilliantly perspicacious exploration of human weakness in all its gory fullness All the feelings that torment the soul are thrust into consciousness and displayed so well that the reading experience is so bad at times Very few books that serve up a detestable self serving cad as the main protagonist have succeeded in becoming for me a five star read This is an exception Charles Arrowby, an eminent theatre arti The Sea, the Sea is the 1978 winner of the Booker Prize for good reasons It is a brilliantly perspicacious exploration of human weakness in all its gory fullness All the feelings that torment the soul are thrust into consciousness and displayed so well that the reading experience is so bad at times Very ...

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