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The Corrections

review The Corrections Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Para pasar una última Navidad juntosTercera novela de Jonathan Franzen Las correcciones editada por primera vez en castellano en 2002 marcó un punto de inflexión en la trayectoria de su autor y lo consagró como uno de los más destacados escritores norteamericanos contemporáneos y uno de los más finos intérpretes de la compleja realidad de nuestra época Con esta historia inmisericorde de una típica familia norteamericana Franzen obtuvo el National Book Award y el Premio James Tait Black Memorial fue finalista de los premios Pulitzer y PenFaulkner vendió cuatro millones de ejemplares y su éxito alcanzó una dimensión internacional. A friend once told me that Jonathan Franzen has been uoted as saying he deliberately rips off influential late century American authors such as Pynchon DeLillo and Roth but tries to make the prose less difficult easily consumedLeaving aside for a moment the irony of that statement in light of his outrage over the Oprah thing that is stupid Those authors are not great because their writing is accessible when the complexity is removedIt was when one of the main characters in The Corrections was talking to a hallucinated turd that I thought I should just put this down and take a stab at Against the Day or re read Gravity s Rainbow where a literal shit scene can actually be hilarious and fascinatingIn addition to weak pynchonian characters human and fecal this novel suffers from a lack of strict editing too many peripheral characters too many inconseuential sub sub subplots from unsympathetic characters I don t really know what the point is if everyone is horrible and always has and always will hate or be spiteful to everyone around them from an inconsistent sudden ending last chapter no one will ever change epilogue everyone changed and is now charitable of heart from an irritatingly rendered main theme we all try to CORRECT ourselves and one another but we are ultimately unable and from its own determined effort to be Epic even a glowing review I found of this book said Franzen might as well have called it American Something he compares one of the settings to the rest of the country in the first paragraph for god s sakeThe misery of aging theme was effective and I appreciated the exploration of a marriage that was bad for no complicated a reason than that the husband and wife weren t right for one another Otherwise I had no use for Franzen and his truckloads of loathing I wrote this review in 2007 and no longer recall being given this uote It s been rightly pointed out since that I shouldn t have used it without a citation and should have been skeptical about its authenticity But this book still sucks Superman — Action Comics Vol 1 Path of Doom realidad de nuestra época Con esta historia inmisericorde de una típica familia norteamericana Franzen obtuvo el National Book Award y el Premio James Tait Black Memorial fue finalista de los premios Pulitzer y PenFaulkner vendió cuatro millones de ejemplares y su éxito alcanzó una dimensión internacional. A friend once told me that Jonathan Franzen has been uoted as saying he deliberately Discovering the Universe rips off influential late century American authors such as Pynchon DeLillo and Roth but tries to make the prose less difficult easily consumedLeaving aside for a moment the irony of that statement in light of his outrage over the Oprah thing that is stupid Those authors are not great because their writing is accessible when the complexity is The Heart of Fire removedIt was when one of the main characters in The Corrections was talking to a hallucinated turd that I thought I should just put this down and take a stab at Against the Day or Cider Brook re Heart and Soul read Gravity s Rainbow where a literal shit scene can actually be hilarious and fascinatingIn addition to weak pynchonian characters human and fecal this novel suffers from a lack of strict editing too many peripheral characters too many inconseuential sub sub subplots from unsympathetic characters I don t Heart of Texas really know what the point is if everyone is horrible and always has and always will hate or be spiteful to everyone around them from an inconsistent sudden ending last chapter no one will ever change epilogue everyone changed and is now charitable of heart from an irritatingly Sugar Plums for Dry Creek rendered main theme we all try to CORRECT ourselves and one another but we are ultimately unable and from its own determined effort to be Epic even a glowing A Ring for the Pregnant Debutante review I found of this book said Franzen might as well have called it American Something he compares one of the settings to the A Shadow of Guilt rest of the country in the first paragraph for god s sakeThe misery of aging theme was effective and I appreciated the exploration of a marriage that was bad for no complicated a His Woman in CommandOperation reason than that the husband and wife weren t Her Hero in Hiding Conard County #22 right for one another Otherwise I had no use for Franzen and his truckloads of loathing I wrote this Sissy In Law review in 2007 and no longer The Yogic Kitchen recall being given this uote It s been Her Bodyguard Harleuin Superromance No 874 rightly pointed out since that I shouldn t have used it without a citation and should have been skeptical about its authenticity But this book still sucks

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review The Corrections Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB De este meticuloso retrato de los Lambert emergen de forma brillante y profundamente humana las angustias y contradicciones de toda una sociedad la norteamericana y de una época la última década del siglo XX Alfred Lambert es un ingeniero de ferrocarril jubilado cuya percepción de la realidad empieza a resuebrajarse a causa de la enfermedad de Parkinson Su esposa Enid tras cincuenta años de matrimonio sigue obsesionada con mantener el orden en su enorme casa de un próspero barrio residencial Los tres hijos se establecieron en la costa Este años atrás lejos del hogar familiar El mayor Gary es un alto ejecutivo bancario un modélico padr. While reading The Corrections I really understood the meaning of schadenfreude because I despised almost every character in this book so much that the miserable their lives got the enjoyment I took from it And when a shotgun was introduced late in the novel I read the rest of it with my fingers crossed while muttering Please please please please please please in the hope that at least one of those pitiful shits would end up taking a load of buckshot to the faceThe Lambert s are a Midwestern family and while the grown children have all moved to Philadelphia and New York the parents have remained in St Jude The father Alfred was a workaholic middle manager for a railroad and he s the kind of joyless repressed bastard that considered all pleasures frivolous and taking a coffee break as a massive character flaw Now retired he s suffering from Parkinson s and dementia He deserves itEnid is the mother Seriously Franzen Enid I ve lived in the Midwest all my life and have never met an Enid I know you were making a point on how suare the old school Midwesterners are but that s pushing it She s a delusional nagging harpy from hell who aims her passive aggressive attacks at whichever family member has recently burst the bubble of whatever fantasy she is currently clinging to Through most of the book Enid has her heart set on one last family Christmas at the house in St Jude and the evil bitch will stop at nothing to get itGary is the oldest and a successful investment adviser in Philly but he married a woman who wants all ties severed with his family and has a special way of getting his sons to join her in her efforts Torn between trying to placate his wife and his mother while letting their denials of reality make him crazy and trying to be the responsible one Gary is running himself ragged to avoid admitting that he s depressed Someone should pimp slap him so hard that his fillings fly out of his teethChip the middle son is a waste of skin with a special talent for self destruction He torched his academic career as a professor just as he was about to get tenure by having an affair with a student and then becoming obsessed with her He s now a mooch in New York working on a screenplay so horrible that it d make a Michael Bay movie look good by comparison He s also the kind of douche bag who thinks that getting rivets put in his ears and wearing leather pants is cool even though he s over thirtyDenise is the one character that I actually had some sympathy for A daddy s girl who adopted Alfred s work ethic she s a successful chef of an upscale restaurant but she s also got a messy personal life including trying to figure out her sexuality At least she s the one member of this dysfunctional hellspawned family that knows she has issues and tries not to deceive herself any than most people doThe weird thing is that even though I loathed the Lamberts and almost every supporting character too that I actually enjoyed this book I usually can t stand stories where all the characters problems are self inflicted emotional wounds due to a basic refusal to admit and face reality However I have to admit that I found this compelling reading Maybe I was into it for all the wrong reasons Namely that I hated the Lamberts so much that their continued suffering brought sweet tears of joy to my eyes That s probably not what Franzen intended but he had to create some incredibly vivid characters and do justice to their pathetic lives to make me hate them so very very much Hoodwinked retrato de los Lambert emergen de forma brillante y profundamente humana las angustias y contradicciones de toda una sociedad la norteamericana y de una época la última década del siglo XX Alfred Lambert es un ingeniero de ferrocarril jubilado cuya percepción de la A Man Like Mike realidad empieza a The Baby Affair resuebrajarse a causa de la enfermedad de Parkinson Su esposa Enid tras cincuenta años de matrimonio sigue obsesionada con mantener el orden en su enorme casa de un próspero barrio A Night of Living Dangerously residencial Los tres hijos se establecieron en la costa Este años atrás lejos del hogar familiar El mayor Gary es un alto ejecutivo bancario un modélico padr. 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