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Á Read ✓ The Beauty of the Husband: A Fictional Essay in 29 Tangos by Anne Carson í What is it that binds one person to another Why does beauty have such sway How is it that one is bound to someone who is destructive, or faithless, or fickle, or deceitful, or who constantly disappears, or who can never love you the way you want or need Or all of the above, and yet the bond persists Why How is it that you can not escape What cruel trick of fate or nature can give you over to such a creature Don t call it my choice,I was ventured by some pure gravity of existence itself,conspiracy of being and I do not apologize because as I say I was not to blame, I was unshielded in the face of existenceand existence depends on beauty.
In the end.
Existence will not stopuntil it gets to beauty and then there follow all the consequences that lead to the end.
Useless to interpose analysisor make contrafactu Great concept, lovely poems and beautiful presentation A must read by one of Canada s most ingenious poets.
Her lady shadow mounted the stairs ahead of her experimentally.
Fiction forms what streams in us.
Naturally it is suspect.
What does not wanting to desire mean This entire book is one progressive poem, told from the point of view of the wife She is a totally unsympathetic figure, except for maybe when she is remembering how she first met her husband, how she was first ensnared Carson has written a complex and melancholy tale of the pitfalls of beauty, presented in 29 Tangos, or interconnected poems The poems build upon eachother, grow from eachother, and I would gladly be rating this 5 stars if the final poem had not felt so limp when compared to the previous entries I had a similar problem with Carson s Autobiography of Red Both books blew me away and both endings were lacking.
This is a very brave book Carson has taken the famous Keats quote of Beauty is truth, truth beauty, that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know and questioned it, furrowed around inside, and, in my opinion, proven i What is it that binds one person to another Why does beauty have such sway How is it that one is bound to someone who is destructive, or faithless, or fickle, or deceitful, or who constantly disappears, or who can never love you the way you want or need Or all of the above, and yet the bond persists Why How is it that you can not escape What cruel trick of fate or nature can give you over to such a creature Don t call it my choice,I was ventured by some pure gravity of existence itself,conspiracy of being and I do not apologize because as I say I was not to blame, I was unshielded in the face of existenceand existence depends on beauty.
In the end.
Existence will not stopuntil it gets to beauty and then there follow all the consequences that lead to the end.
Useless to interpose analysisor make contrafactu Great concept, lovely poems and beautiful presentation A must read by one of Canada s most ingenious poets.
Her lady shadow mounted the stairs ahead of her experimentally.
Fiction forms what streams in us.
Naturally it is suspect.
What does not wanting to desire mean This entire book is one progressive poem, told from the point of view of the wife She is a totally unsympathetic figure, except for maybe when she is remembering how she first met her husband, how she was first ensnared Carson has written a complex and melancholy tale of the pitfalls of beauty, presented in 29 Tangos, or interconnected poems The poems build upon eachother, grow from eachother, and I would gladly be rating this 5 stars if the final poem had not felt so limp when compared to the previous entries I had a similar problem with Carson s Autobiography of Red Both books blew me away and both endings were lacking.
This is a very brave book Carson has taken the famous Keats quote of Beauty is truth, truth beauty, that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know and questioned it, furrowed around inside, and, in my opinion, proven i The New York Times magazine recently ran a profile of Anne Carson Despite having read much of her work over the last decade, I hadn t read much about her as a person, and the piece made me start grabbing her books off the shelves again I had forgotten just how intense an experience this is The Beauty of the Husband in particular makes me grope for words other than, You have to read it It s painful and stark, the story of a woman s obsession with a man she should never have married but would love again if he came close We readers talk sometimes about an author who manages to capture a whole character in a few words Carson does it in a few syllables, and those few syllables bloom out in your mind as you read them you see the whole world of that marriage, its delights and all its tortures Is it autobiography Despite hating this question, I ask it xxiv and kneeling at the edge of the transparent sea i shall shape for myself a new heart from salt and mud The Beauty Of The Husbandis An Essay On Keats S Idea That Beauty Is Truth, And Is Also The Story Of A Marriage It Is Told In Tangos A Tango Like A Marriage Is Something You Have To Dance To The EndThis Clear Eyed, Brutal, Moving, Darkly Funny Book Tells A Single Story In An Immediate, Accessible Voice Tangos Of Narrative Verse That Take Us Vividly Through Erotic, Painful, And Heartbreaking Scenes From A Long Time Marriage That Falls Apart Only Award Winning Poet Anne Carson Could Create A Work That Takes On The Oldest Of Lyrical Subjects Love And Make It This Powerful, This Fresh, This Devastating From The Trade Paperback Edition Reader, I Divorced HimIdentify the source of the following passage Coward.
I know.
Betrayer.
Yes.
Opportunist.
I can see why you would think that.
Slave.
Go on.
Faithless lecherous child.
Okay.
Liar.
What can I say.
Liar.
But.
Liar.
But please.
Destroyer liar sadist fake.
Please.
Please what.
Save me.
Who else do you say that to.
No one.
Is it from A Pride and Prejudice by Jane AustenB Jane Eyre by Charlotte BronteC The Beauty of the Husband by Anne CarsonorD Bridget Jones s Diary by Helen Fielding The correct answer is C, The Beauty of the Husband A Fictional Essay in 29 Tangos by Anne Carson A tango here most of which are written from the wife s point of view seems to be a clipped entry in a random ledger, an entry stripped of pronouns and commas wherever possible a la Bridget Jones Much in The Beauty of the Husband is a la Bridget Jones Imagine that Bridget loses her sense of humor ends up with he I missed a lot in this book, I m sure allusions, subtleties because Carson is too smart and erudite for me But this doesn t mean I didn t love the book The rawness of it, the politically incorrect praise of beauty and admission of the power of Eros, the stunning language, the delicious rhythm A lot of it went over my head, but then went straight into my viscera Carson is a woman I d have loved to have a Campari with in some dark bar that plays tangos.
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xxiv and kneeling at the edge of the transparent sea i shall shape for myself a new heart from salt and mud The New York Times magazine recently ran a profile of Anne Carson Despite having read much of her work over the last decade, I hadn t read much about her as a person, and the piece made me start grabbing her books off the shelves again I had forgotten just how intense an experience this is The Beauty of the Husband in particular makes me grope for words other than, You have to read it It s painful and stark, the story of a woman s obsession with a man she should never have married but would love again if he came close We readers talk sometimes about an author who manages to capture a whole character in a few words Carson does it in a few syllables, and those few syllables bloom out in your mind as you read them you see the whole world of that marriage, its delights and all its tortures Is it autobiography Despite hating this question, I ask it Reader, I Divorced HimIdentify the source of the following passage Coward.
I know.
Betrayer.
Yes.
Opportunist.
I can see why you would think that.
Slave.
Go on.
Faithless lecherous child.
Okay.
Liar.
What can I say.
Liar.
But.
Liar.
But please.
Destroyer liar sadist fake.
Please.
Please what.
Save me.
Who else do you say that to.
No one.
Is it from A Pride and Prejudice by Jane AustenB Jane Eyre by Charlotte BronteC The Beauty of the Husband by Anne CarsonorD Bridget Jones s Diary by Helen Fielding The correct answer is C, The Beauty of the Husband A Fictional Essay in 29 Tangos by Anne Carson A tango here most of which are written from the wife s point of view seems to be a clipped entry in a random ledger, an entry stripped of pronouns and commas wherever possible a la Bridget Jones Much in The Beauty of the Husband is a la Bridget Jones Imagine that Bridget loses her sense of humor ends up with he I missed a lot in this book, I m sure allusions, subtleties because Carson is too smart and erudite for me But this doesn t mean I didn t love the book The rawness of it, the politically incorrect praise of beauty and admission of the power of Eros, the stunning language, the delicious rhythm A lot of it went over my head, but then went straight into my viscera Carson is a woman I d have loved to have a Campari with in some dark bar that plays tangos.
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Anne Carson is a Canadian poet, essayist, translator and professor of Classics Carson lived in Montreal for several years and taught at McGill University, the University of Michigan, and at Princeton University from 1980 to 1987 She was a 1998 Guggenheim Fellow, and in 2000 she was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship She has also won a Lannan Literary Award.Carson with background in classical langu