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  • 12 November 2019
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The End of the Story review ☆ 103 Ory as she attempts to organize her memories of a love affair into a novel With compassion wit and what appears to be candor she seeks to determine what she actually know One of the few books I come back to over and over again I have never read anything uite like this nearly plotless dialogue less book detailing the slow decline of a relationship The tone is hauntingly lonely and there is never a uestion about where the narrative is headed but the observations are so smart and the sentences so well crafted that I highly recommend this book to those interested in reading about the small nuances of desperate yet honest love The Big Golden Book of Poetry read anything uite like this nearly plotless dialogue less book detailing the slow decline of a NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW relationship The tone is hauntingly lonely and there is never a uestion about where the narrative is headed but the observations are so smart and the sentences so well crafted that I highly Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, recommend this book to those interested in The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) reading about the small nuances of desperate yet honest love

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The End of the Story review ☆ 103 Mislabeled boxes problems with visiting nurses confusing notes an outing to the county fair such are the obstacles in the way of the unnamed narrator of The End of the St 15 starsRub enough elbows with the literary cognoscenti you re bound to hear glowing praise about Lydia Davis short stories I was delighted to see The End of the Story her first novel made available to our library system s e book exchange to see what the hoopla was all about Delight turned to unalleviated boredom rather uickly followed by utter exasperation with the realization at about page 40 that it never was going to get any better It s further frustrating that many GR folks found beauty in this when all I could find was an excuse to keep my Extra Strength Tylenol nearby This was one painful slog disguised as art Its 240 page entirety is devoted to the first person obsessions of a 35 year old woman obsessing over every single micrometer ngstrom tissue thin sense memory of a failed relationship with a man really barely older than a kid twelve years younger than her That s it Just apart time university professortranslatoraspiring novelist perhaps not unlike um Lydia Davis exhausting every detail of what really amounted to little than an ill advised fling Worse yet it s obsession times two because not only does she obsess about the relationship she feels the need to write a novel about the experience Yeah okay we ve all chalked up a crummy relationship or two in our dating CV but few of us feel the urgency to dissect the experience then novelize the attempt to write the novel Allow me to share with you a snippet of this not of the protagonist s recalling the relationship which is plenty bad enough but of her describing the process of sorting through the memories to write the novel But at other times I am really confused and uncomfortable For instance I am trying to separate out a few pages to add to the novel and I want to put them together in one box but I m not sure how to label the box I would like to write on it MATERIAL READY TO BE USED but if I do that it may bring me bad luck because the material may not really be ready I thought of adding parentheses and writing MATERIAL READY TO BE USED but the word ready was still too strong despite the parenthesis I thought of throwing in a uestion mark so that it read MATERIAL READY TO BE USED but the uestion mark immediately introduced doubt than I could stand The best possibility may be MATERIAL TO BE USED which does not go far as to say that it is ready but only that in some form it will be used though it does not have to be used even if it is good enough to useThis is just her thought process in compiling the material for this failed relationship a relationship by her very admission she had no business being in This to me is just a protracted pointless exercise in nothingness It s not an achingingly poignant artistic exposition into the mind of a woman in a failed relationship This is a few rungs above gibberish Maybe Ms Davis style of writing works better in short story format but in a 240 page plot less novel it escapes me how this was even publishedJust recalling this dreck brought my headache screaming back I was gonna round up thanks to some really odd non seuitur dream recollections toward the end that made me chuckle but nah Tunnel Through Time re bound to hear glowing praise about Lydia Davis short stories I was delighted to see The End of the Story her first novel made available to our library system s e book exchange to see what the hoopla was all about Delight turned to unalleviated boredom Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 rather uickly followed by utter exasperation with the Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 realization at about page 40 that it never was going to get any better It s further frustrating that many GR folks found beauty in this when all I could find was an excuse to keep my Extra Strength Tylenol nearby This was one painful slog disguised as art Its 240 page entirety is devoted to the first person obsessions of a 35 year old woman obsessing over every single micrometer ngstrom tissue thin sense memory of a failed Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 relationship with a man The Fatima Century really barely older than a kid twelve years younger than her That s it Just apart time university professortranslatoraspiring novelist perhaps not unlike um Lydia Davis exhausting every detail of what Leah Starrs Revenge really amounted to little than an ill advised fling Worse yet it s obsession times two because not only does she obsess about the Pieces 8 (Pieces, relationship she feels the need to write a novel about the experience Yeah okay we ve all chalked up a crummy Time Flies and Other Short Plays relationship or two in our dating CV but few of us feel the urgency to dissect the experience then novelize the attempt to write the novel Allow me to share with you a snippet of this not of the protagonist s Fall (VIP Book 3) (English Edition) recalling the Drawing Dead (Faolan OConnor Book 1) relationship which is plenty bad enough but of her describing the process of sorting through the memories to write the novel But at other times I am Trails & Tales of Yosemite & the Central Sierra really confused and uncomfortable For instance I am trying to separate out a few pages to add to the novel and I want to put them together in one box but I m not sure how to label the box I would like to write on it MATERIAL READY TO BE USED but if I do that it may bring me bad luck because the material may not Chinas Son really be Welcome to the Desert of the Real ready I thought of adding parentheses and writing MATERIAL READY TO BE USED but the word Dead End Bluff ready was still too strong despite the parenthesis I thought of throwing in a uestion mark so that it King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers read MATERIAL READY TO BE USED but the uestion mark immediately introduced doubt than I could stand The best possibility may be MATERIAL TO BE USED which does not go far as to say that it is Princess to Pleasure Slave Chronicles (Book Three): Lusty Prey of the Huntress (English Edition) ready but only that in some form it will be used though it does not have to be used even if it is good enough to useThis is just her thought process in compiling the material for this failed Factory of Death relationship a Thirteen Plus One (The Winnie Years, relationship by her very admission she had no business being in This to me is just a protracted pointless exercise in nothingness It s not an achingingly poignant artistic exposition into the mind of a woman in a failed Rapid Math Without A Calculator relationship This is a few Almost Late for School rungs above gibberish Maybe Ms Davis style of writing works better in short story format but in a 240 page plot less novel it escapes me how this was even publishedJust Seduced by My Doms (The Doms of Genesis, recalling this dreck brought my headache screaming back I was gonna The Certainty of Violet and Luke (Volume 5) round up thanks to some Kane Richards Must Die really odd non seuitur dream Astaroth et Bernadette recollections toward the end that made me chuckle but nah

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The End of the Story review ☆ 103 S about herself and her past but we begin to suspect along with her that given the elusiveness of memory and understanding any tale retrieved from the past must be fictio I made it than half way through this basic retread of some short stories Lydia Davis has previously written and published Seems she writes a bit here and there about a boy and her relationship and perhaps a bit about a girl and her relationship and sometimes about both of them and her relationship with them all and by the time I get to where I am I am so tired and too tired of reading this boring tale of nothing Ray Johnson the artist whose last act was a performance piece in which he leaves a trail of friends who all know a piece of him but no one knows his all goes and kills himself by drowning in a river Ray used to do performance pieces in the city and called them plays about nothing He had a loyal following and somebody made a movie about his life that was very interesting It was called How to Draw a Bunny Let me give you an example of how Ray operated If a buyer of his hard art only could afford to pay say three uarters of what Ray s asking price was then after a bit of haggling back and forth Ray would graciously accept the deal collect the money and send the buyer three uarters of the piece Whatever became of the leftover pieces of Ray s art remain a mystery at least to me In this novel by Lydia Davis I often noticed a short story of hers that I had already seen elsewhere in other of her collections For example Story from her first collection of short stories titled Break It Down tells how the narrator s boyfriend couldn t see her before she was to embark on a trip very early the next morning so she stays up all night in her obsessive search to find out why She makes several trips back and forth to his apartment several phone calls and she meets him or talks to him but never uite believes his story and she shouldn t The names in this story were changed in the novel but the story is the same story as the text entered into her novel This happens often in here Too often for me It is lame and is a poor way to garner loyalty from me I had already purchased from the The Collected Stories based on the one superb story I read in the collection Fakes An Anthology of Pseudo Interviews Faux Lectures uasi Letters Found Texts and Other Fraudulent Artifacts edited by David Shields and Matthew Vollmer The Lydia Davis Funeral Parlor story was about a letter she wrote to a funeral home about the attendant naming what was left of her father after his cremation his cremains I thought the letter so clever and brilliant and so well written that I bought the entire Lydia Davis collected short story work and now I almost wish I hadn t The book arrived in the mail today and it matched the description online so I can t send it back I guess I will see of what is in it when I have time and space to do so this coming mid winter But the few stories I have already read in my perusal of it as I have had the book on loan to me from the library and I have decided to return it to the library tomorrow in addition to returning the novel which I also borrowed from the library is that Davis is at the very least a re treader and not at all an original novelist Or she is senile Or she has dementia In the meantime I have to abandon her novel today because it is driving me crazy trying to read it It is even a daunting prospect to pick the book up to read when I have Extinction now taking a back seat In fact just a few moments ago I did try to pick the book up to continue on with my reading and the feeling of dread was killing me My eyes floated down below that novel to see EXTINCTION resting there so elegantly and noble at the bottom of my pile of now four books I am currently reading that sit on my end table by my chair in my personal reading library To think I had temporarily set down this particular novel by Thomas Bernhard in order to read this drivel ahead of finishing this great one I am so sorry Thomas I got excited Forgive me I thought I had discovered another living genius in our midst But it is possible she is the real deal of short story writers Just don t tell me I should have stayed with her and the novel until the end because the novel gets so much better later If that is the case and I really do not doubt that this may be true then she should have started there Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 retrieved from the past must be fictio I made it than half way through this basic The Fatima Century retread of some short stories Lydia Davis has previously written and published Seems she writes a bit here and there about a boy and her Leah Starrs Revenge relationship and perhaps a bit about a girl and her Pieces 8 (Pieces, relationship and sometimes about both of them and her Time Flies and Other Short Plays relationship with them all and by the time I get to where I am I am so tired and too tired of Fall (VIP Book 3) (English Edition) reading this boring tale of nothing Ray Johnson the artist whose last act was a performance piece in which he leaves a trail of friends who all know a piece of him but no one knows his all goes and kills himself by drowning in a Drawing Dead (Faolan OConnor Book 1) river Ray used to do performance pieces in the city and called them plays about nothing He had a loyal following and somebody made a movie about his life that was very interesting It was called How to Draw a Bunny Let me give you an example of how Ray operated If a buyer of his hard art only could afford to pay say three uarters of what Ray s asking price was then after a bit of haggling back and forth Ray would graciously accept the deal collect the money and send the buyer three uarters of the piece Whatever became of the leftover pieces of Ray s art Trails & Tales of Yosemite & the Central Sierra remain a mystery at least to me In this novel by Lydia Davis I often noticed a short story of hers that I had already seen elsewhere in other of her collections For example Story from her first collection of short stories titled Break It Down tells how the narrator s boyfriend couldn t see her before she was to embark on a trip very early the next morning so she stays up all night in her obsessive search to find out why She makes several trips back and forth to his apartment several phone calls and she meets him or talks to him but never uite believes his story and she shouldn t The names in this story were changed in the novel but the story is the same story as the text entered into her novel This happens often in here Too often for me It is lame and is a poor way to garner loyalty from me I had already purchased from the The Collected Stories based on the one superb story I Chinas Son read in the collection Fakes An Anthology of Pseudo Interviews Faux Lectures uasi Letters Found Texts and Other Fraudulent Artifacts edited by David Shields and Matthew Vollmer The Lydia Davis Funeral Parlor story was about a letter she wrote to a funeral home about the attendant naming what was left of her father after his cremation his cremains I thought the letter so clever and brilliant and so well written that I bought the entire Lydia Davis collected short story work and now I almost wish I hadn t The book arrived in the mail today and it matched the description online so I can t send it back I guess I will see of what is in it when I have time and space to do so this coming mid winter But the few stories I have already Welcome to the Desert of the Real read in my perusal of it as I have had the book on loan to me from the library and I have decided to Dead End Bluff return it to the library tomorrow in addition to King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers returning the novel which I also borrowed from the library is that Davis is at the very least a Princess to Pleasure Slave Chronicles (Book Three): Lusty Prey of the Huntress (English Edition) re treader and not at all an original novelist Or she is senile Or she has dementia In the meantime I have to abandon her novel today because it is driving me crazy trying to Factory of Death read it It is even a daunting prospect to pick the book up to Thirteen Plus One (The Winnie Years, read when I have Extinction now taking a back seat In fact just a few moments ago I did try to pick the book up to continue on with my Rapid Math Without A Calculator reading and the feeling of dread was killing me My eyes floated down below that novel to see EXTINCTION Almost Late for School resting there so elegantly and noble at the bottom of my pile of now four books I am currently Seduced by My Doms (The Doms of Genesis, reading that sit on my end table by my chair in my personal The Certainty of Violet and Luke (Volume 5) reading library To think I had temporarily set down this particular novel by Thomas Bernhard in order to Kane Richards Must Die read this drivel ahead of finishing this great one I am so sorry Thomas I got excited Forgive me I thought I had discovered another living genius in our midst But it is possible she is the Astaroth et Bernadette real deal of short story writers Just don t tell me I should have stayed with her and the novel until the end because the novel gets so much better later If that is the case and I M-am săturat să fiu prost really do not doubt that this may be true then she should have started there