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This is the story of Jeanette, adopted and brought up by her mother as one of God’s elect. Etrusda and passionate, she seems seems destined for life as a missionary, but then she falls for one of her converts. At sixteen, Jeanette decides to leave the church, her home and her family, for the young woman she loves.
Innovative, punchy and tender. Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is a few days ride into the bizarre outposts of religious excess and human obsession. In her hands, words are fluid, radiant, humming’ Evening Standard. Innovative, punchy and tender, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit is a few days ride into the bizarre outposts of religious excess and human obsession. With a new introduction by the author ‘Witty, bizarre, extraordinary and exhilarating’ The Times ‘She is a master of her materiala writer in whom great talent abides’ Vanity Fair ‘Many consider her to be the best living writer in this language In her hands, words are etruca, radiant, humming’ Evening Standard ‘ A novel that deserves revisiting ‘ Observer ‘A wonderful rites-of-passage novel’ Mariella Frostrup.
Cinco horas con Mario. Cometas en el cielo Novela. Winterson has mastered both comedy and tragedy in ettusca rich little novel.
Winterson’s great gift is evident. Winterson’s voice, with its idiosyncratic wit and sensitivity, is one you’ve never heard before. As good as Poe: Detalles del producto Formato: Vintage Digital 24 de noviembre de Vendido por: Amazon Media EU S. Mostrando de 1 opiniones. Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento.
A girl is adopted into a very conservative Christian family, the mother being a functionally mentally ill person who lives for the church, and is forced to come out as gay while being emotionally, and physically tortured by the church, her mother, the pastor, and everyone around her.
At times funny, at times brutally sad, it’s an interesting look at one woman’s path to being herself while fighting those around her.
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Winterson writes beautifully, but the novel doesn’t really hold together and to me felt like it wasn’t finished. It would be unfair to label “Oranges” as a coming out novel because it is far more delicate and thoughtful than that. Better to think of pa as a autobiographical bildingsroman like “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.
Instead it is an often hilarious account of religious zealots living in a slum in northwest England. Winterson writes reflectively about etrueca her alter-ego’s growing awareness of who she is and what will etruscaa her relationship to her religion, her family mostly her motherand her community.
Winterson starts interspersing fables into the narrative as her character becomes more aware of her difference. I found these unnecessary and distracting.
To me they felt like filler for what is a fairly short novel. I would have been happier with the narrative without them and would probably have given the novel an extra star if she’d left them out.
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sonnrisa But the through story is a good read. Sometimes I think it’s a huge advantage for a writer to grow up in weird or even miserable circumstances. A normal, sonrias childhood produces normal, well-adjusted minds while misery and strangeness, while suffocating some, gives the putative writer not only an original outlook on life but also a lifetime of material to mine. Jeanette Winterson had a truly strange childhood and emerged as a truly talented writer with an original and authentic voice that is heard on every page of this poetic and compelling memoir.
Winterson was adopted by a working class couple living in a poor town in northern England. Her father was a quiet, self-effacing man and is practically a non-presence in this book. Her mother l every page. A fundamentalist Christian and neglectful and sometimes cruel mother, she devoted herself wholly to her weird strain of Christianity. Winterson expected to follow sobrisa her path and became an enthusiastic evangelizer and preacher in her own right — but her sexuality got in the way.
Neither her mother nor her church could accept her lesbian identity and Jeanette was ultimately forced to leave the safety of the cult and find her own way. There is a dogged but subtle working class humor in this book but it is always tinged with sadness.
Decargar never quite descaggar her upbringing — in some ways sobrisa seems to long for it in all its nuttiness. But she cannot go against who she is, nor can she regard herself as evil. Mixed into the narrative, full of colorful characters masterfully evoked, are poetic reworkings on fairy tales and legends that cast a light and a shadow on the story.
Winterson has a real ear for dialogue which brings her northern folk to life. Much of my reading consists unfortunately of cookie-cutter books that are put together either well or not so well but ultimately nearly all turn out to somrisa forgettable. This one is unforgettable.
This one was not as entertaining and became rather tedious towards the end, but it had the same dogged determination to succeed which was a feature of “Why be Happy”, and the same quirky sense of humour. I think this book placed too much deecargar on her struggles to come to terms dedcargar her lesbianism, whereas her childhood battles with adversity and her treatment by her cruel adoptive mother were to me the main obstacles she had to overcome – after being thrown out of the house and forced to sleep in a car and to support herself as a young teenager, she had already shown that she had impressive survival skills and an independent streak.
It is not surprising that her experiences of rejection led to depression, and she describes her battle with mental illness with insight and frankness. A memorable book which stayed with me for a long time, and left me wanting to know more about her life story. I heard the author on NPR and she seemed brilliant. The book was poorly structured and difficult to tell where she was in time at times. I expected insight into her etruwca as a young girl and being gay.
This is one Orange that should stay unpicked. Gana dinero con nosotros. Todos los derechos reservados.
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