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Still, it was interesting that all the lesbian readers thought the narrator was female, and all the straight women readers thought the narrator was male. I love beautiful language as much as the next person, but this was just too much, too over the top.

I don’t necessarily want or need to have Winterson over for tea or anything though I’d like to but it also feels like it wouldn’t really matter.

Well, it turns out I did. I protested with all the fervour of a teetotaller caught glancing at the bottle. This weekend I started the process with Written On The Scris pe trup jeanette winterson, which I remembered scris pe trup jeanette winterson vaguely, thinking I had liked it despite not being fond of love stories.

The King of Capri and Tanglewreck are children’s stories. The main idea is to describe the complete surrender a person experiences when he or she loves unconditionally, and how that leaves traces, not only on the soul, but on the body itself.

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Written on the Body

I’m in love with that ending. Jul 23, Robin rated it it was amazing Shelves: Some people adored the nonspecificity of the narrator’s gender.

Usually authors writing in the approved Ivory-Tower, academic-scholar style feel to me like they are pandering to other academic scholars tfup literature instead of writing an authentic and illuminating book. Her sheer artistry had me in admiration. It made me want to go up to Ms. What does that mean? I want to focus on 21st-century novels so my question is if anyone can recommend me any good literary, genderqueer scris pe trup jeanette winterson written in or after the year ?

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Still, it was interesting that all the lesbian readers thought the narrator was female, and I feel like Jeanette Winterson is someone I’m supposed to like, but in reality, I find her work to be frustratingly uneven and myopic. The next part of the book is an anatomical ode to the body of the beloved. Few books fit into scris pe trup jeanette winterson category. Mar scri, Matt rated it it was amazing Shelves: This one is the least magical and least memorable–but still pretty damn remarkable.

If those four words mean anything, they mean what they mean, and I’m glad that William Butler Yeats put them down and gave them some stately legitimacy.

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The recurring theme accompanies me ever since: Her words are almost like silk, but they are at the same time, so, so powerful. There’s wisdom in this, I submit, and transcendence, and- perhaps- true enlightenment. You reread them at various stages in life and if it manages to evoke similar feelings in you, like the first time, then scris pe trup jeanette winterson book maybe is meant for you.

Jul 29, Randy rated it it was amazing Shelves: He claimed it would increase sensation but it made me feel like a prisoner in a beehive.

Preview — Written on the Body by Jeanette Winterson. If I commit adultery in my heart then I have lost you a little. He didn’t know any better, and he was probably scris pe trup jeanette winterson twice my age.

In this book, we have a genderless narrator. Love is the one thing stronger than desire and the only proper reason to resist temptation You may as well take a pop-gun to a python.

Written on the Body by Jeanette Winterson 2 12 Jun 16, They’re a character so deep and wounded by their present and past that it’s way too easy to slide into their shoes and pretend you’re experiencing the biggest and warmest kind scris pe trup jeanette winterson love of all times.

None of your goddamn business, I said. Gah — I found this insufferably narcissistic and eye-rolling to read, devoid of any sympathetic characters save the zoo-lady Jacqueline, and incredibly unsatisfying in every way.

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I read The Passion and thought I would not like it, because I don’t do historical fiction. It’s a story of love and devotion, lust, the way our stories are imprinted on our lovers’ bodies. Thanks for scris pe trup jeanette winterson us about the problem. Knowing the story brings you closer. Jun 18, Taylor rated it it was ok Recommends it for: The language is so pretty, so flowery, so ornate, that I found myself tiring scris pe trup jeanette winterson it rather quickly. The skin, the bones, the cavities, the senses, they have affected the narrator in a manner just as profound as any other quality that inspires love.

This wintersson a very provocative read for me. View all 4 comments. This is a Winterson, through and through, every word weighing heavily, every emotion raw.

Personalmente, sono sempre stata del parere che per apprezzare appieno un libro bisogna anche leggerlo nel momento giusto della propria vita. View all 35 comments. Regardless of whether the narrator is male scris pe trup jeanette winterson female, makes absolutely no difference to me.

It is incredible how she has managed to write a book in which you know not even the gender of the main character, but you know their emotions as intimately as if they were your own.

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I say Winterson was ahead of the curve here with this one, illustrating to readers that our stories are not based on scris pe trup jeanette winterson genders, but on the love we can provide to another and accept in return. This prompted some interesting discussion in my book group, though. View all 28 comments.

She is also editor of a series of new editions of novels by Virginia Woolf published in the UK by Vintage.