!!> Download ➾ The Magus ➼ Author John Fowles – Varanus.us

The MagusPlasata Intr O Insula Greceasca, Actiunea Romanului Magicianul Pivoteaza In Jurul Tanarului Profesor De Engleza Nicolas Urfe Acesta, Incercand Sa Scape De Plictiseala Si Depresie, Cunoaste Printr O Intamplare Lumea Bizara A Lui Moris Conchis, Magicianul , Si Devine Victima Unui Lung Sir De Incercari, Spectaculoase Jocuri Cu Masti Si Psihodrame, In Care Abunda Fantasmele Erotice Si Manipularea Istoriei.

!!> Download ➾ The Magus ➼ Author John Fowles – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 728 pages
  • The Magus
  • John Fowles
  • Romanian
  • 05 June 2018
  • 9786065399112

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  1. says:

    The Magus is a stunner, magnificent in ambition, supple and gorgeous in execution It fits no neat category it is at once a pyrotechnical extravaganza, a wild, hilarious charade, a dynamo of suspense and horror, a profoundly serious probing into the nature of moral consciousness, a dizzying, electrifying chase through the labyrinth of the soul, an allegorical romance, a sophisticated account of modern love, a ghost story that will send shivers racing down the spine Lush, compulsive, richly inventive, eerie, provocative, impossibly theatrical it is, in spite of itself, convincing Thus wrote Eliot Fremont Smith in his New York Times book review when this magnificent novel was first published back in 1966 Let me tell you folks, this was one powerful literary experience not only did I read the book but I also listened to the outstanding audio version, read by Nicholas Boulton Stupidity is lethal One of the many musing from first person narrator Nicholas Urfe, a dashingly handsome twenty five year old O...


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    My students like to use the made up word, unputdownable I always laugh at this I can always put down a book, I can even put down this one The problem is, I can t seem to stop picking it up again.We are thrown, whether we like it or not into the addled frantic mind of Nicholas Urfe, a man in the middle of a suspenseful psychological experiment The only problem is, without telling us, Fowles turns it into a suspenseful philosophical experiment as well We are left never fully knowing what is to come next, what is real and what is unreal And we become so attached, so dependent upon Urfe, his reactions to the moments, his arrogant assumptions about what is true and what is false, that we become as mentally addled as he is and as incapable of leaving the invented world of the magus behind as he is.My mother managed to put it down and leave it down I drove on, like Urfe, deeper and deeper into the tormented abyss that is compulsion and an inability to accept freedom All the while questioning everything I knew about love, about obligations, about intelligence, trust, truth, fiction, theater, and of course freedom.I...


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    5 cinematic, psychosexual thriller stars 6th Favorite Read of 2018 This is a book that can be easily dismissed when we are guarded, cynical, fearful or imperious I started this book at a remote location with very small font that hurt my trifocal vision.and yet.amidst mosquitoes, overheating and copious amounts of food I returned over and over until my vision gave out and I fouind a larger print Anita Brookner to round out my week I returned to an e copy on my return However this book was forever in my imagination and entered my dreams on those sultry nights while I heard the loons calling over the lake I started by resisting this book and I was guarded, cynical, fearful and imperious towards it just as the protagonist was as he went through a most profound personal transformation from self absorption to self awareness A middle class Englishman Nicolas Urfe is without family or prospects He is handsome and breaks women s hearts particularly Alison a sensual and earthy Aussie He moves to an island in beautiful Greece to teach at an Academy and becomes embroiled in one of modern lit s most interesting psychodramas headed b...


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    this book fucked me up i suppose it could be defined as a psychological thriller but its very jungian, steeped in metaphor and symbolism and eroticisim and mythology and shakespeare its also an intense love story of sorts, the main character is a completely fleshed out, real, flawed person who you relate to and fear for and empathize with the premise is that this british guy gets a teaching job on a small island in greece soon after WWII ends and becomes intwined in the lives mind games of this man and his crewjust when you meaning the protagonist think you know whats really going on with these people, it all changes and youre left baffled and curious and invest...


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    Here on Goodreads, rather than judging a book by its cover, it is always handier to judge a book based on what your friends and people you are following had to say about it after it had passed under their beady eyes I have 91 friends here on Goodreads and follow 6 people and of the 12 friends and three people I m following, only one Kingfan30 wrote a review Even the loquacious members of the group have chosen to remain silent Karen, Mike and PetraX not a jot or a scribble yet I can see all the ratings but around the book itself there is a sphinx like silence It is fair to say that the silence surrounding this book speaks volumes.I on the other hand, am loud and shouty and even though I did not finish this book or understand it in the slightest well, I am going to have my say So here goesWhat the hell happened there then I have got no idea what happened.Can anyone explain what happened Did John Fowles even know what was going on Is everyone else confused Good.This book is on the 1001 Books to Read Before you Die list I am proposing they move it to the 1001 Books to Confuse the Living Baby Cheesus out of you Before You Die and Even After You are Dead You Might Still be Wondering Exactly What The Hell That Was All About list.Principally the story of commitmentophobic Oxford graduate, Nicholas Urfe, who...


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    Oh boy Here s the thing If you read this novel as a citizen of 2010, a member of our hyper speed, uber connected modern society that navel gazes in 140 word bytes with little interest in true introspection, The Magus will seem almost comical in its psycho thrilling, Jungian dribbling plot and Baroque meets mod writing style If you, dear reader, consider that The Magus was partially written nearly 60 years ago begun in the early 50s, published in 65, revised in 76 , its risky political and sexual behavior and twisted plot now seems the apex of modernity of post war culture This is David Lynch decades before he wrapped Isabella Rossellini in blue velvet, White Rabbit when Grace Slick was in pigtails, free love to a generation stripping off their bobby socks, Schindler s List for young people who had vivid memories of World War II and their parents of the Great War As a read, I found it intoxicating I was surprised at every turn, and, despite its substantial size, never bored or exhausted Although I enjoyed it to bits, I couldn t recommend it to any of my GoodReads buddies I honestly think you d hate it That s not a throwing down of the gauntlet, but a genuine Caveat emptor If you didn t like The French Lieutenant s Women, steer well clear of The Magus Fowles, in his foreward to the 1976 revision, acknowledges the many negative critical reviews received upon its ini...


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    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC s Big Read Poll of 2003.Nicholas Urfe, an Oxford graduate post war, with no direction and a slight hint of nymphomania, travels to Greece to work as an English teacher on the remote island of Phraxos, mostly to get away from an Australian girl he shagged but doesn t love and wants to ditch.Unsurprisingly, the remoteness is boring and he is drawn to browsing the island, where he finds an even remote house in which lives Conchis, the titular character whom holds all the mystery that Nicholas desires.There s not a lot else one can say without giving it away, but the mystery deepens and we fall in to a trap alongside Nicholas of quite mixed proportions The beginning of The Magus is one of most fantastic and tantalising beginnings in literature certainly that I ve read and, even with reading crime fiction on a regular basis, I ve never been kept so in the dark and felt the need to know what happens next There were so many surprises in the first half of the book that what happens next makes anger rise rapidly.The descent of this book over a cliff is an...


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    Kitap sanki benim kitab mm gibi sayfas na girip okuyucular ne demi , be enmi mi be enmemi mi diye kontrol edeyim demi tim ki, yorum yapmam oldu umu g rd m ok a rd m Bu kadar ok be endi im, beni bu kadar derinden etkileyen bir kitaba nas l yorum yapmam diye kendime k zd m Herhalde okudu um d nemde kitab n hemen ard ndan bir ey demek istemedim, nk ciddi etkilenmi li imle sa l kl yazamazd m Fakat aradan onca zaman ge ti, bende ki fikirler, duygular, izlenimler hala ayn.Baz arkada lardan mesajlar al yorum, ok be endi im ve yorumlad m kitaplar hakk nda Genelde hep benzer c mleler kar a z mdan Kitab n sorumlulu unu almak istemem, belki de be enmezsiniz gibisinden te bu kitapta bunu s ylemiyorum Hatta nolur okuyun diyorum Kesin okuyun, l tfen okuyun Merak duygusunun sonuna kadar taze tutuldu u, inan lmaz bir d nyan n yarat ld , muhte em psikolojik g zlemlerin yap ld , hi bitmesin isteyece iniz bir roman bu Film gibi ak yor B y c ama film gibi bir roman da de il, yanl anla lmas n Hafif g sterecek, k ltecek bir s fat kullanmak istemiyorum B y c y okurken eve erken d nmek isterdim, s rf kitaba devam etmek i in Herkes okumu olsa da herkesle heyecan m ve d ncelerimi payla abilsem diye d n rd m Bana bir ey anlatan insanlar n ancak y z ne bakard m, akl m romanda karakterlerde olurdu nk Okuma zevki dedi imiz ey, ok ...

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