Fb2 Pages for You ePub
by Sylvia Brownrigg
|Subcategory:||Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian|
|Publisher:||Fsg (October 2001)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1627 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1893 kb|
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As I was reading Pages for You it occurred to me that Sylvia Brownrigg had done something similar with this novel
As I was reading Pages for You it occurred to me that Sylvia Brownrigg had done something similar with this novel. The chapters are quite short, usually only about a page and a half; each chapter clearly has its own theme, and they make liberal use of metaphor, description, and idiom, Sometimes I really want to write poetry, but I can't because I don't know anything about poetry. And then I think, "Maybe I should just write it as prose. You know, just not break it up into little short lines.
Pages for You is the story of the beginning, blossoming and falling apart of that delirious love affair. Books by Sylvia Brownrigg. Pages for Her. Sylvia Brownrigg. A love letter written for a lost lover. Helen Dunmore - The Times. Candid, fresh and vivid. PICADOR SHOTS - 'The Then Wives'. Ready for your next read?
Sylvia Brownrigg is the author of the novel The Metaphysical Touch (FSG, 1999) and a collection of short stories, Ten Women Who Shook the World (FSG, 2000). She lives in San Francisco.
Sylvia Brownrigg is the author of the novel The Metaphysical Touch (FSG, 1999) and a collection of short stories, Ten Women Who Shook the World (FSG, 2000).
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What happens to the love of your life if you've lived most of your life without her? Pages for Her is the story of two women, Flannery and Anne, each at a personal turning point, and the circumstances that lead to their reunion. Twenty years after their brief but passionate affair, chronicled in Brownrigg's earlier novel Pages for You, Flannery has the chance once again to meet Anne, who opened young Flannery up to the possibility of love-then left her heartbroken. Having long ago put their love behind them, they live now on opposite coasts.
Flannery said stupidly. Don’t blush, for God’s sake. You and your blushing-you’re like some Victorian maiden. as more the tone Flannery was used to from her, but still there was an intimacy in it that caught at Flannery’s throat. She’d noticed her blushing! Wasn’t that a kind of compliment? And the word maiden hummed in her ears, thrilling her with its mysterious erotic import. Well, you act like some stern Victorian mistress. The boldness of the reply made.
Like Turgenev or Katherine Mansfield, Sylvia Brownrigg understands that the .
Like Turgenev or Katherine Mansfield, Sylvia Brownrigg understands that the inexperienced lover is a detective who doesn’t know which clues matter. mesmerising’ Helen Dunmore, The Times ‘Exuberant and wistful’ Times Literary Supplement ‘A candid, fresh and vivid novel’ Sunday Telegraph From Publishers WeeklyThe narrator of Brownrigg's thoroughly engaging new novel asks this question of her departed lover: What would happen if. I wrote some pages for you? Each day a pag. o show you that I am finding a story, the story of how we might have been together, once.
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