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  • Title: Times Arrow
  • Author: Martin Amis
  • ISBN: 0670843660
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Ebook

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652 thoughts on “Times Arrow”

  1. Livre int ressant mais sp cial La lecture n est pas ais et il est assez dur comprendre cependant il vaut le d tour.

  2. Backwards runs the river, from a dull life in the 1980s USA through shape shifting identities, back to Portugal, then Italy, and finally, Germany, where we discover that the reason we are going backward in time, reminiscing our way to Auschwitzwell, a neat formal trick Where ordinary time moves forward we get a letter, we tear it up, we throw it in the trashIn this novel, the pieces of the letter jump out of the trash, reassemble themselves, and become a letter Curious, and interesting, at times [...]

  3. I found this book hard to get into at first, but liked it and as time when on or back HehIt s a very odd book, for sure The narrator seems to switch between seeing how time happens in reverse, but then switching to perceiving time as moving forward and taking what he sees literally, depending on his emotional needs, dictated by what he s witnessing It s overall a very cool effect, if difficult to explain I m impressed, though I ve certainly never read anything like it before I like it enough t [...]

  4. philosophizes the doppelganger narrator of this marvelous book that resides within the body of an elderly, paralyzed man, p 10 Flanked by the great guitars of the ears, his hair lay thin over the orange peel scalp, in white worms Not a fan of those who try to help him, p 4 How I hate doctorsThey are life s gatekeepers And why would anyone want to be that he feels something sinister, p 5 the sense of starting out on a terrible journey, toward a terrible secret, and peculiar, as the dates seem to [...]

  5. This book begins with the near death collapse of a sucessful American doctor, Tod Friendly, then traces his life backwards through his years as an illegal immigrant and the horrors of his wartime service in the SS, ending with his upbringing in a Germany destroyed by the first World War But these are no mere flashbacks everything happens in reverse, down to the mechanics of eating, defecation, and sex The central character s work as a physician thus involves taking in healthy patients and sendin [...]

  6. This book is so different from any book I ve ever read, it s told backwards I actually found myself dreaming backwards and thinking backwards after reading this book It really, really, makes you think I found myself thinking about this book after the fact It takes perspective and turns it upside down and messes with your world view I don t want to mention the topics addressed in this book because figuring it out as you read is part of the puzzle that makes this book so intriguing.I highly recomm [...]

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