3 edition of Magnificence found in the catalog.
by Hyperion Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Magnificence book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Pulitzer Prize finalist Lydia Millet is one Magnificence book the most acclaimed no /5. Magnificence is the voyage we take through the hazards of the world and of ourselves to come to terms with these memories, and finally to stop fleeing, and take them in.
This book has a bit of a slow start/5(19). ""Magnificence, the final book of a trilogy, is more fable than realism, and promises a kind of moral or eerie warning at the end. It is also more of a long short story than a novel, as all of these subplots are funneled into the service of a single, graceful, short-story-like epiphany."" - The Globe and Mail/5(19).
Magnificence book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is /5(5). This book tells the remarkable story of the craftsmen of Ticino, in Italian-speaking Switzerland, who took their prodigious skills as specialist decorative plasterworkers throughout Northern Europe in the 18th century, adorning classical architecture with their rich and fluent décor.
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It is also more of a long short story than a novel, as all of these subplots are funneled into the service of a single, graceful, short-story-like epiphany." - 2/5(7). Magnificence is, like much of her work, aware of the issues close to the author’s heart - environmental degradation, extinction of languages and cultures, the decline of biodiversity - but anyone who’d call it, or any of her novels, “activist” is missing exactly what makes them anathema to that kind of writing: Millet’s fierce loyalty to character.
Funny and heartbreaking, Magnificence is the story of a woman emerging from the sudden dissolution of her family. Millet's trademark themes - evolution and extinction, children and parenthood, loss and wonder - produce a rapturous final act to the critically acclaimed cycle of.
Magnificence in the Mundane. K likes. I finally bit the bullet and created a page for my blogs. You asked and I answered and now you have to indulge ers: K. At the beginning of “Magnificence,” Millet’s provocative, evocative ninth book, a secretary named Susan Lindley learns that her husband of 30 years, Hal, has been killed in a freakish street.
[Magnificence is] elegant, darkly comic with overtones variously of Muriel Spark, Edward Gorey and J. Ballard, full of contemporary wit and devilish fateful turns for her characters, and then also to knit together into a tapestry of vast implication and ethical urgency, something as large as any writer could attempt: a kind of allegorical.
It’s their mystery that lends this book its magnificence, making it the most powerful in the trilogy and superior also to novels with more strident eco-political messages. Millet will only offer hints of the secrets here, in this elegantly disquieting novel with the baleful message that “you lived your life in a small part of the world.
Magnificence: There was nothing to fear, for the man was always so gentle, so kind. At night when the little girl and her brother were bathed in the light of the big shaded bulb that hung over the big study table in the downstairs hall, the man would knock gently on the door, and come in.
he would stand for a while just beyond the pool of light. The Miracle and Magnificence of America. likes 6 talking about this. New book, "The Miracle and Magnificence of America," is an amazing account of God's hand on the United States, from the Followers: Susan Lindley is a woman adrift after her husband’s death.
Suddenly gifted her great uncle’s Pasadena mansion, Susan decides to restore his extensive collection of preserved animals, tending to “the fur and feathers, the beaks, the bones and shimmering tails.” Meanwhile, a menagerie of uniquely damaged humans including a cheating husband and a chorus of eccentric elderly women.
Magnificence. [John Skelton; Paula Neuss] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: John Skelton; Paula Neuss.
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[Magnificence is] elegant, darkly comic with overtones variously of Muriel Spark, Edward Gorey and J. Ballard, full of contemporary wit and devilish fateful turns for her characters, and then also to knit together into a tapestry of vast implication and ethical urgency, something as large as any writer could attempt: a kind of allegorical elegy for life on a.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brenton, Howard, Magnificence. London: Eyre Methuen, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors.Funny and heartbreaking, Magnificence explores evolution and extinction, children and parenthood, loss and revelation. The result is the rapturous final act to the critically acclaimed cycle of novels that began with How the Dead Dream/5(2).Princely Magnificence An Exhibition Of Illuminated Manuscripts And Printed Books From The 13th To The 16th Century [ Exhibit Catalog] by Gunther, Jorn and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at