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by David R. Slavitt

  • Author: David R. Slavitt
  • ISBN: 0945774567
  • ISBN13: 978-0945774563
  • ePub: 1110 kb | FB2: 1876 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: Catbird Press; 1 edition (February 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 192
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Aspects of the Novel: A Novel ePub download

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This first-person narrative mines comedic gold in the narrator's psychological escape from a trio of critical family events: a graduation ceremony, a funeral, and a wedding. The narrator, self-aware and yet deeply depressed, spins out characters in a stream of consciousness as he reluctantly comes to grips with regrets from the past and familial anxiety in the present.

David Rytman Slavitt (born 1935) is an American writer, poet, and translator, the author of more than 100 books. The Exhibitionist (1967) was a bestseller and sold over 4 million copies. He has also published popular novels under the names of David Benjamin, Lynn Meyer, and Henry Lazarus.

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David R. Slavitt is the author of more than one hundred books-non-fiction, novels, poetry, short fiction, and . Slavitt is the author of more than one hundred books-non-fiction, novels, poetry, short fiction, and translations. Eventually, I settled on La Dame de Monsoreau of Dumas, and began playing with it.

This first-person narrative mines comedic gold in the narrator's psychological escape from a trio of critical family events: a graduation ceremony, a funeral, and a wedding. The narrator, self-aware and yet deeply depressed, spins out characters in a stream of consciousness as he reluctantly comes to grips with regrets from the past and familial anxiety in the present. Dry observations about the buffoonery of his fictional characters around him compete with examinations of his own complicity. Stylistically unique, deeply funny, and ultimately redemptive, this story discusses aspects of the novel and how it parallels reality. A fount of wisdom about life and art, it presents a moving depiction of depression from inside, keeping the reader off balance both intellectually and emotionally.