Charles Reznikoff Charles Reznikoff August 31, January 22, was the poet for whom the term Objectivist was first coined. After a year studying journalism, he entered the law school of New York University in and graduated in He practiced law briefly and entered officer training school in but failed to see active service before the end of World War I.
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It had been raining all week, and I imagined it would be the same today. Just to have some quiet? So many people lying there without saying a word…? His ideas of death and dying were forming inside of him. He told me that at school they wanted him to carry the wreath and walk with Maria and Ana.
And even more difficult to explain to a child the ceremony and rituals which go with it in this rotten country. I was six when my father was killed. Just like for him, the words around me hinted at the tears to come.
I only just remember it; my sister was crying, my grandma holding me on her lap, enough chocolate and cuddles to last the whole year.
Mother died seven years later. Her death was worse. Three months she lay in a hospital bed and finally passed away in silence. As we held vigil over her in the house, over her coffin, that first day, I stood there with sticky palms and above her head I saw Uncle Peter coming.
I held in my tears the whole time. After the funeral, silence was the only escape. I think I still hate Peter to this day. Now he lives in the village near our weekend house, and rarely comes to town. He was probably in the forest, collecting wood. I wanted to ask him to lend us a couple of logs.
Not a year more. Mother used to like me to spend Sundays there.While recounting her own struggles, she interweaves the addiction battles of famous people, citing correspondence and often unpublished manuscripts to reveal the torment and creativity alcohol produced in such writers as Raymond Carver, David Foster Wallace, and Jean Rhys.
Bonus short story: Raymond Carver’s “Cathedral” Carver’s classic story features a myopic narrator who comes up against his own shortcomings when he meets an old friend of his wife, a blind man who ironically sees deeper than he does.
The pathos of the birthday cake and the bath beautifully draws out the emotions of the story. I really liked it. Interestingly, Raymond Carver went on to revise this story in a later work titled, 'A Small Good Thing'/5.
James’s ghost stories are masterpieces of style, irony, ambiguity; though distinguished by James’s characteristic subtlety, in which “gothic” effects are subordinate to psychological drama, each of the tales—”The Romance of Certain Old Clothes,” “The Friends of the Friends,” “Maud-Evelyn,” “Sir Edmund Orme” and “The Jolly Corner”—differs surprisingly from the others.
My plan is to read a Short Story Per Day in , so at least short stories. Apologies for starting on January 2nd; in my defense, we had a big New Year's party on Dec. 31 and didn't get to bed until 5 a.m. on January 1, and we still have a house guest.
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