2 edition of An Exclusive Love found in the catalog.
First published in German in 2009 by Luchterhand Literaturverlag ... Munich, Germany--T.p. verso.First published in English in 2010 by the Text Publishing Company, Australia--T.p. verso.
|Statement||W.W. Norton & Co.|
|Publishers||W.W. Norton & Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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I felt I had to explain where I am in the story. All 185 pages of it. In An Exclusive Love she attempts An Exclusive Love connect the dots of a set of lives that leads to such a troubling, and ultimately deeply romantic, decision. Page after page the reader finds another snapshot of the day that causes tears to flood the page.
Unfortunately, this book is anything but, which makes sense, because who wants to condone or aggrandize suicide? At first, she had thought of him as her Prince Charming, in the An Exclusive Love, he turned out to be an evil demon. Now, the duo is returning, alongside the rest of the Middlewest team.
Did any of the people in your family object to your writing this, or feel sensitive about it? Inside, I watched a young couple hold hands while they shared a plate of pancakes. She tried to stop him. The quite meandering narrative and musing on pain, suffe Throughout the beginning of reading this book I felt sure I would give it 3 stars, I liked it well enough but it wasn't really having a profound effect upon me.
To my disappointment I found the writing very dry-some of that may have to do with the fact that it was translated.
Nandor Ludvig says: Why had I picked up this book at Union Square and why did I read it within a few days, interrupted only by my work? The quite meandering narrative and musing on pain, suffering, death, and love, all in a narrative devoid of sentimentality or judgement give the book a curious and eerie feeling that feels utterly unique.
Later in the day there was a timid knock at my door and my neighbor stood, An Exclusive Love the newspaper in front of her as if it had been doused in acid.
All of her interviews revealed little, her insights were generic, and I wasn't interested at all in her personal story that she tried to interweave with her grandparents' lives.
This book affected me deeply.
In spare prose, it's almost a novella.