[Epub] ↠ Eat the Document Author Dana Spiotta – Thomashillier.co.uk

Eat the Document An Ambitious And Powerful Story About Idealism, Passion, And Sacrifice, Eat The Documentshifts Between The Underground Movement Of The 1970s And The Echoes And Consequences Of That Movement In The 1990s A National Book Award Finalist, Eat The Document Is A Riveting Portrait Of Two Eras And One Of The Most Provocative And Compelling Novels Of Recent Years.


10 thoughts on “Eat the Document

  1. says:

    Tre stelle e mezza non riuscito a coinvolgermi emotivamente La descrizione migliore di questo romanzo si pu fare usando le parole della stessa protagonista E il modo in cui ti senti, o meglio la sensazione che ti d Di un America rancida, capisci, un po stantia Terribile la traduzione del titolo, proprio non gli rende giustizia Buoni il ritmo, la scansione temporale, l intreccio e il modo in cui alla fine alcuni tasselli tornano al loro posto Ottimo il linguaggio ho idea che quest Tre stelle e mezza non riuscito a coinvolgermi emotivamente La descrizione migliore di questo romanzo si pu fare usando le parole della stessa protagonista E il modo in cui ti senti, o meglio la sensazione che ti d Di un America rancida, capisci, un po stantia Terribile la traduzione del titolo, proprio non gli rende giustizia Buoni il ritmo, la scansione temporale, l intreccio e il modo in cui alla fine alcuni tasselli tornano al loro posto Ottimo il linguaggio ho idea che questo libro pi di tanti altri necessiti di una lettura in lingua originale per meglio coglierne le sfumature e i giochi di parole e di significati Ottimo anche nel soffermarsi ad analizzare la Storia e la societ contemporanee, il modo in cui la modernit e le tecnologie arrivano a compenetrarsi con quello che pu apparire vintage Quanto allo stile, concordo con lorin sul fatto che ...


  2. says:

    a pag 158 ho capito cos che mi lasciava un po perplessa in questo romanzo non che non mi stesse piacendo 3 stelle e 1 2 meritate le porta a casa, alla faccia del titolo italiano da sceneggiato tiv di cinzia TH torrini , ma si fermava a un intrattenimento gradevole e intelligente di certo senza raggiungere le 5 stelle di amici anobiani in alta considerazione.poi un paio di passaggi invero banalotti sul fascino della donna dall aria incasinata mi han messo sul chival , e una frase di questo a pag 158 ho capito cos che mi lasciava un po perplessa in questo romanzo non che non mi stesse piacendo 3 stelle e 1 2 meritate le porta a casa, alla faccia del titolo italiano da sceneggiato tiv di cinzia TH torrini , ma si fermava a un intrattenimento gradevole e intelligente di certo senza raggiungere le 5 stelle di amici anobiani in alta considerazione.poi un paio di passaggi invero banalotti sul fascino della donna dall aria incasinata mi han messo sul chival , e una frase di questo tenore e adesso, il giorno del suo cinquantesimo compleanno, eccolo l , stordito dalla cotta per lei, sdraiato a letto con una pigra erezione a struggersi di desiderio era un piacere di per s starsene a letto a desiderare qualcuno si sentiva ridic...


  3. says:

    Eat the Document has an interesting premise Mary and Bobby, two sixties radicals, are forced to separate and go underground when their scheme to blow up the summer home of an executive whose company produces napalm and or Agent Orange goes awry, killing an innocent victim Thirty years later, both are living unbeknownst to one another in the Seattle area Mary, who now goes by the name Louise, is raising a 16 year old son, Jason Bobby, now known as Nash, runs an alternative book store Eat the Document has an interesting premise Mary and Bobby, two sixties radicals, are forced to separate and go underground when their scheme to blow up the summer home of an executive whose company produces napalm and or Agent Orange goes awry, killing an innocent victim Thirty years later, both are living unbeknownst to one another in the Seattle area Mary, who now goes by the name Louise, is raising a 16 year old son, Jason Bobby, now known as Nash, runs an alternative book store for his friend Henry, who is dying of cancer Mary has always intended to tell Jason the truth, and turn herself in, as soon as he is ready But Jason is a smart kid What if he figures things out for himself first Spiotta develops the story b...


  4. says:

    1966Remember 1966 Neither does Dana Spiotta, though because it was the year she was born.It was the year the Beach Boys releasedPet Soundsand started theSmile Sessions. It was the year Bob Dylan undertook a second tour with an electric band, which was filmed in D A Pennebaker s documentaryEat the Document.I d probably recommend this novel to you if you had the boxset of thePet Sounds Sessionsor you d spent half a lifetime trying to get a bootleg of the Dylan doco or you d heard 1966Remember 1966 Nei...


  5. says:

    This is a perfectly mediocre book, reasonably entertaining, but absolutely wonderful for understanding today s literature Its successes and its flaws are all so widespread, it s as if I d found the Platonic form of the Contemporary Novel Which means this review got a little out of hand I periodically fall victim to an odd complex of ideas when choosing a book to read that because a novel is supposed to be about important themes, it will treat them as if they were important that a nove This is a perfectly mediocre book, reasonably entertaining, but absolutely wonderful for understanding today s literature Its successes and its flaws are all so widespread, it s as if I d found the Platonic form of the Contemporary Novel Which means this review got a little out of hand I periodically fall victim to an odd complex of ideas when choosing a book to read that because a novel is supposed to be about important themes, it will treat them as if they were important that a novel ostensibly about history will be about history that a novel about radicalism will take some risks that a...


  6. says:

    This one crept up on me as I read it It starts simple, and then moves back and forth in time sketching out the narrative and the characters One of the best examples of show, don t tell that I ve ever come across Maybe my interest in the old 60 s romantic revolutionaries flavored my initial attraction, I don t know.But before I knew it, I was drawn in caring about the characters And it used just the right level of Mimento like flashes to pull you along without losing you in excessive co This one crept up on me as I read it It starts simple, and then moves back and forth in time sketching out the narrative and the characters One of the best examples of show, don t tell that I ve ever come across Maybe my interest in the old 60 s romantic r...


  7. says:

    This book is worth it for the word unstoppingly God, that adverb made me cry it was so beautiful, its placement so perfect.


  8. says:

    cri i ant cri e s f dal lat crisis, gr scelta, decisione, fase decisiva di una malattia , der di distinguere, giudicare.Mi piacciono i romanzi in cui l autore descrive personaggi colti in un momento di crisi Durante una crisi si vaglia la situazione in vista di una scelta difficile la crisi sempre un buon motore della narrazione.In Vivere un segreto c una donna che vive con suo figlio La gente sa poco di lei il lettore sa poco di lei Non ha amici, passato, radic cri i ant cri e s f dal lat crisis, gr scelta, decisione, fase decisiva di una malattia , der di distinguere, giudicare.Mi piacciono i romanzi in cui l autore descrive personaggi colti in un momento di crisi Durante una crisi si vaglia la situazione in vista di una scelta difficile la crisi sempre un buon motore della narrazione.In Vive...


  9. says:

    I must be officially done with school because I am reading again Well, not quite, but I did read this surprising novel today.Although I was interested in reading Eat the Document, my expectations for it were not very high at the outset I suppose I was expecting mainly a character study of an ex radical and her teenage son Instead, I was surprised to find that this book grapples with the pervasive moral ambivalence of American culture Spiotta questions whether it is possible to oppose the sys I must be officia...


  10. says:

    This book could be intimidating, addressing the cultural division between the 60 s and the 90 s, the failures of leftist protest in America, cultural obsession, and a critique of an overly medicated and corporatized society A book handling that sounds bloated and unapproachable, but not in Spiotta s hands, her vision is almost clinical b...


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