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Something to Tell You - Hanif Kureishi
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Something to Tell You follows the fortunes of a successful psychoanalyst who, as the book opens, is reflecting on his coming-of-age in 1970s suburbia, on his first love (a relationship that continues to haunt him), and on a brutal act of violence from which he can never escape.The book brilliantly captures that decade?s sense of sexual freedom, and the exhilaration of the drug culture - as well as the violent struggle between the forces of labour and capital. The events of those years provide a ..., Something to Tell You follows the fortunes of a successful psychoanalyst who, as the book opens, is reflecting on his coming-of-age in 1970s suburbia, on his first love (a relationship that continues to haunt him), and on a brutal act of violence from which he can never escape.The book brilliantly captures that decade?s sense of sexual freedom, and the exhilaration of the drug culture - as well as the violent struggle between the forces of labour and capital. The events of those years provide a vivid backdrop to the drama that develops thirty years later as the characters face an encroaching middle age with the traumas of their youth still unresolved.Something to Tell You speaks directly to our nation?s concerns and anxieties, and to our need for love. Like The Buddha of Suburbia , it is full-to-bursting with energy as the characters struggle with desire. At times comic, at times painfully tender, the book is a reflection on the nature of relations between men and women, parents and children. With unfailing deftness of touch Kureishi has created a memorable cast of recognisable individuals, all of whom wrestle with their own limits as human beings, haunted by the past until they find it within themselves to forgive. Productinformatie: Taal: Engels; Formaat: ePub met kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) van Adobe; Bestandsgrootte: 0.46 MB; Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ; Printrechten: Het printen van de pagina's is niet toegestaan; Voorleesfunctie: De voorleesfunctie is uitgeschakeld; Geschikt voor: Alle e-readers te koop bij bol.com (of compatible met Adobe DRM). Telefoons/tablets met Google Android (1.6 of hoger) voorzien van bol.com boekenbol app. PC en Mac met Adobe reader software; ISBN10: 0571249418; ISBN13: 9780571249411; Product breedte: 129 mm; Product hoogte: 37 mm; Product lengte: 197 mm; , Engels | Ebook | 2009, Literatuur, Romans, Literair, Literatuur, Meer literatuur, Meer, Faber and Faber

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Jamal Khan, a psychoanalyst in his fifties living in London, is haunted by memories of his teens: his first love, Ajita the exhilaration of sex, drugs and politics and a brutal act of violence which changed his life for ever. As he and his best friend Henry attempt to make the sometimes painful, sometimes comic transition to their divorced middle age, balancing the conflicts of desire and dignity, Jamal`s teenage traumas make a shocking reappearance in his present life.`A great comic writer and a peerless connoisseur of the human mystery.` Independent `A novel that describes with such elegant seriousness the fear of ageing, the inanition of pleasure, the survival of love, the longing to understand and be understood.` Sunday Telegraph `A vital, teeming, panoramic, immersive novel.` Time Out`There is more that is worth thinking about in Something to Tell You than in the work of almost any other current British novelist.` Evening Standard Something to Tell You: Jamal Khan, a psychoanalyst in his fifties living in London, is haunted by memories of his teens: his first love, Ajita the exhilaration of sex, drugs and politics and a brutal act of violence which changed his life for ever. As he and his best friend Henry attempt to make the sometimes painful, sometimes comic transition to their divorced middle age, balancing the conflicts of desire and dignity, Jamal`s teenage traumas make a shocking reappearance in his present life.`A great comic writer and a peerless connoisseur of the human mystery.` Independent `A novel that describes with such elegant seriousness the fear of ageing, the inanition of pleasure, the survival of love, the longing to understand and be understood.` Sunday Telegraph `A vital, teeming, panoramic, immersive novel.` Time Out`There is more that is worth thinking about in Something to Tell You than in the work of almost any other current British novelist.` Evening Standard, Faber & Faber

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Jamal Khan, a psychoanalyst in his fifties living in London, is haunted by memories of his teens: his first love, Ajita; the exhilaration of sex, drugs and politics; and a brutal act of violence which changed his life for ever. As he and his best friend Henry attempt to make the sometimes painful, sometimes comic transition to their divorced middle age, balancing the conflicts of desire and dignity, Jamal's teenage traumas make a shocking reappearance in his present life.'A great comic writer an Jamal Khan, a psychoanalyst in his fifties living in London, is haunted by memories of his teens: his first love, Ajita; the exhilaration of sex, drugs and politics; and a brutal act of violence which changed his life for ever. As he and his best friend Henry attempt to make the sometimes painful, sometimes comic transition to their divorced middle age, balancing the conflicts of desire and dignity, Jamal's teenage traumas make a shocking reappearance in his present life.'A great comic writer and a peerless connoisseur of the human mystery.' Independent'A novel that describes with such elegant seriousness the fear of ageing, the inanition of pleasure, the survival of love, the longing to understand and be understood.' Sunday Telegraph'A vital, teeming, panoramic, immersive novel.' Time Out'There is more that is worth thinking about in Something to Tell You than in the work of almost any other current British novelist.' Evening Standard Fiction & Literature, , Something to Tell You~~ Hanif Kureishi~~Fiction & Literature~~9780571249411, en, Something to Tell You, Hanif Kureishi, 9780571249411, Faber & Faber Fiction, 01/08/2009, , , , Faber & Faber Fiction, 01/08/2009

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Jamal Khan, a psychoanalyst in his fifties living in London, is haunted by memories of his teens: his first love, Ajita; the exhilaration of sex, drugs and politics; and a brutal act of violence which changed his life for ever. As he and his best friend Henry attempt to make the sometimes painful, sometimes comic transition to their divorced middle age, balancing the conflicts of desire and. Jamal Khan, a psychoanalyst in his fifties living in London, is haunted by memories of his teens: his first love, Ajita; the exhilaration of sex, drugs and politics; and a brutal act of violence which changed his life for ever. As he and his best friend Henry attempt to make the sometimes painful, sometimes comic transition to their divorced middle age, balancing the conflicts of desire and dignity, Jamal's teenage traumas make a shocking reappearance in his present life.'A great comic writer and a peerless connoisseur of the human mystery.' Independent'A novel that describes with such elegant seriousness the fear of ageing, the inanition of pleasure, the survival of love, the longing to understand and be understood.' Sunday Telegraph'A vital, teeming, panoramic, immersive novel.' Time Out'There is more that is worth thinking about in Something to Tell You than in the work of almost any other current British novelist.' Evening Standard eBooks, Fiction~~Modern & Contemporary, Something To Tell You~~EBook~~9780571249411~~Hanif Kureishi, , Something To Tell You, Hanif Kureishi, 9780571249411, FABER & FABER, 01/08/2009, , , , FABER & FABER

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Something to Tell You
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Something to Tell You

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780571249411
Publishing year: 2009
Publisher: Faber & Faber Fiction
Language: eng

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