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I wanted to think and feel like Dostoyevsky. Not the book I thought it was going to be, but still a fantastic work. Someone other than myself could make my decisions.

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Then I ended up This book is pretty good. Apr 24, Tom Ward rated it liked it. Open Preview See a Problem?

It was the only way to deal with the presence of death. Met name de avonturen van de hoofdpersoon zelf wanneer hij uit huis gaat en een eigen leven probeert op te bouwen vond ik boeiend en goed geschreven.

In a comic opening chapter his parents are described as being locked out of the local police station following which Henry agrees to return.

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Andrew rated it liked it Apr 04, I mean, he’s not even a dirty old bastard of an old fart like his friend Bukowski. Henry’s tyrannical, brick laying father, Nick, though weak and alcoholic, can still strike fear into the hearts of his sons. Jan 24, Andrew rated it liked it. But he liked women. Thanks for livro us about the problem.


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Henry Molise is an author living hundreds of miles from his family who live in a small Cailfornian town, He receives a phone call from his brother saying that his parents are getting divorced, they are in their 70’s and been married for 50 plus years. He turned me inside out. Not a bad read with a good depiction of a man coming to terms with his parents decline and some humour although a very odd sexual encounter towards the end which didn’t seem to me to be explainable.

Credo che l’elemento di maggiore debolezza del libro stia comunque nel titolo, che non riesce, a mio parere, a centrare il senso della storia.

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Gostei do enredo do livro e da perspectiva do autor. This is typical of Fante’s novels, it’s autobiographical, and brimming with love, death, violence and religion. Who really gives libto shit about old farts? Con eso basta para que sea un libro memorable.

Enfim muito mau, ao ponto de qualquer leitor comum o conseguir detectar. I loved my father, poor, suffering, haunted wretch.

Michael Walterich rated it liked it Aug 19, La cucina, the true mother country, this warm cave of the good witch deep in the desolate land of loneliness, with pots of sweet potions bubbling over the fire, a cavern of magic herbs, rosemary and thyme and arrugus and oregano, balm of lotus that brought sanity to lunatics, peace to troubled, joy to the joyless, this small twenty-by-twenty world, the altar a kitchen range, the magic circle a checkered tablecloth, where the children fed, the old children, lured back to their beginni “The kitchen.


Jan 21, Aurora rated it liked it Shelves: And so be it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Not Fante’s best work, but enjoyable nonetheless.

His name was Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky. Easy to follow book, well written, nice characters. La confraternita dell’uva di John Fante linro 11 Jan 17, Nadie como Fante para describir lo que significa ser parte de una familia; ser hijo, ser hermano y seguramente ser padre. This book is pretty good. Relationship between the main character and his father and family was just too much of a downer.

Beguiled and voracious Virgil filled his cheeks with gnocchi and eggplant and veal, and flooded them down his gullet with the fabulous grape of Joe Musso, spellbound, captivated, mooning over his great mother, enrapturing her with loving glances, pausing midst his greed to lift her hand and kiss it gratefully.

I held his book in my hands and trembled as he spoke to me of man and the world, of love and wisdom, pain and guilt, and I knew I would never be the same. Una bella sagra familiare, che ha per protagonisti un gruppo di italo-americani visti arruyues loro vicini come una banda di ubriaconi sempre pronti alla rissa.

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