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The physical specimen, that is, not the title. Does your preference differentiate between a standard kind of used book, and a pristine, leather-bound copy?
All other things being equal, and financial consideration aside, I still prefer a trade paperback for its lighter weight and portability. I tend to re read my favorite novels to shreds, but the condition of an used book must be that which lasts at least two reads, surviving my dog-earring and occasional penciling.
The determining factor between new and used is the author. In the digital age, the talk of book condition is no longer relevant. The obdurate pursuit to preserving memories of these great literature works spawns the effort to re-read.
A good inventive for me to re-read, at least to me, is to refresh my memory before watching a film adaptation. The next viewing is based on a novel that a simultaneously a beguiling comedy of manners and a heart-rending study of personality and class.
The description of British countryside is a perfect example of totality, where every element and detail is related and relevant: Just where, or in what, does it lie? I am quite aware it would take a far wiser head than mine to answer such a question, but if I were forced to hazard a guess, I would say that it is the very lack of obvious drama or spectacle that sets the beauty of our land apart.
What is pertinent is the calmness of that beauty, its sense of restraint. It is as though the land knows of its own beauty, of its own greatness, and feels no need to shout it.
This is English prose at its utter elegance. I find it necessary to re-visit the book once more before the film. He was naked to the waist, and his arms and shoulders had been marked with brutal wood and ashes. The cold rain slanted down upon him and left his skin mottled and streaked.
The road carved out and lay into the bank of rain beyond, and Abel was running. Against the winter sky and the long, light landscape of the valley at dawn, he seemed almost to be standing still, very little and alone. The people of the town have little need. They do not hanker after progress and have never changed their essential way of life.
Their invaders were a long time in conquering them; and now, after four centuries of Christianity, they still pray in Tanoan to the old deities of the earth and sky and make their living from the things that are and have always been within their reach.
He returns a changed man whom modernity has exploited. He may seek solace in the arms of a white woman, who seduces him on the account of giving him an odd job splitting wood. What really tears him apart is committing a crime that he sees as a necessity. Not only did he serve six years in prison, his life also descends into a downward spiral of misery and despair afterward, as he seeks a living in the city.
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The white man, whom he kills, haunts him and sets the tone for the rest of the novel. Why should Abel think of the fishes? He could not understand the sea; it was not his world. It was an enchanted thing, too, for it lay under the spell of the moon.
The sea,…and small silversided fishes spawned mindlessly in correlation to the phase of the moon and the rise and fall of the tides.
The fragments of memories over random time best describe a life that is derailed of its inertia, as Abel struggles to find his place.Box 2-File Diane Schneider, 12, (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schneider), Monsignor Robert A. Feehan, and Mary Kaye Deibert, 12, (Mr.
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