Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know - Colm Tóibín

Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know

Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know

3.79 14 5 Författare: Colm Tóibín Inläsare: Colm Tóibín
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Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know written and read by Colm Tóibín. 'A a necessary evil.' Stephen Dedalus in Ulysses In Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know, Colm Tóibín turns his incisive gaze to three of Ireland's greatest writers, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats and James Joyce, and their earliest influences: their fathers. From Wilde's doctor father, a brilliant statistician and amateur archaeologist, who was taken to court by an obsessed lover in a strange premonition of what would happen to his son; to Yeats' father, an impoverished artist and brilliant letter-writer who could never finish apainting; to John Stanislus Joyce, a singer, drinker and story-teller, a man unwilling to provide for his large family, whom his son James memorialised in his work. Colm Tóibín illuminates not only the complex relationships between three of the greatest writers in the English language and their fathers, but also illustrates the surprising ways they surface in their work. If there is a more brilliant writer than Tóibín working today, I don't know who that would be - Karen Joy Fowler Toibin is a supple, subtle thinker, alive to hints and undertones, wary of absolute truths - New Statesman A consistently revealing look at how writers' relationships have influenced their work - Sunday Telegraph on 'New Ways to Kill Your Mother' A wide-ranging and enlightening study of the potentially stifling family and the individual spirit of the writer - Sunday Times on 'New Ways to Kill Your Mother'
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Förlag: Viking
Utgiven: 2018-10-25
Längd: 6T 6M
ISBN: 9780241375518

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