7 edition of The view from Castle Rock found in the catalog.
The view from Castle Rock
Originally published in hardcover by Knopf in 2006.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||349 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||349|
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In the title story, ten-year-old Andrew Laidlaw is taken by his father James to see the view The view from Castle Rock book America—though later he learns that it’s really Fife—from Edinburgh’s Castle Rock. When the family takes ship for the new world, the father who had longed to leave Scotland becomes solidly a man of his.
The View From Castle Rock is different in that it's a family memoir rather than a collection of short stories. It's also a lot more personal, with Munro not only laying bare her roots but using her own childhood for a /5().
In The View from Castle Rock her full range of gifts is on display: indelible characters, deep insights about human behavior and relationships, vibrant prose, and seductive, suspensefulin a foreword, tells how, a decade ago, she began looking into her family history, going all the way back to 18th-century Scotland.
This Cited by: The View from Castle Rock reveals what is most essential in Munro’s art: her compassionate understanding of ordinary lives. Length: pages Audible book Switch back and forth between reading the Kindle book and listening to the Audible book with Whispersync for Voice/5(55).
"The View from Castle Rock": Agnes is a willful, sexually alert woman, trapped in her fate as a woman and mother [p. 72]. She is married to Andrew Laidlaw although she had been involved with his brother James [p. 67], who has already gone out to Nova Scotia. The fictional New England town of Castle Rock, for instance, has been used as a setting in novels like The Dead Zone, Doctor Sleep, and Revival, among others.
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The View From Castle Rock is obviously a lot more than a conventional Ontario family history/memoir. But it is also a lot less than Munro’s best work.
Which is not to totally discount it. Munro on a bad day is still a better read than most writers on a good one. Book Clubs. If you love to talk about books, then we've got a book club for you. Search or browse the list below and filter by location, audience or genre to find the perfect fit.
View Reading List» Christian Literature Book Club Castle Rock. Audience: Adult Genre: Christian Adult. Day & Time: Fourth Tuesday, 7PM. Meet monthly to discuss Location: S. Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, The View from Castle Rock Alice Munro, Knopf Doubleday pp. ISBN Summary A powerful new collection from one of our most beloved, admired, and honored writers.
In stories that are more personal than any that she’s written before, Alice Munro pieces her family’s history into gloriously imagined fiction. The View from Castle Rock. By Alice Munr o.
Aug Save this story for later. Save this story for later. On a visit to Edinburgh with his father when he is nine or ten years old, Andrew. In “The View From Castle Rock,” she writes, closer to a nonfictional first person than usual, about traveling the territory with her husband, a geographer, and with “special maps” “sold.
Other articles where The View from Castle Rock is discussed: Canadian literature: Fiction: the Happy Shades () to The View from Castle Rock ()—depict the domestic lives and relationships of women in Toronto, small-town Ontario, and British Columbia in an increasingly enigmatic style.
Leonard Cohen’s Beautiful Losers () probes the relationship between sainthood, violence. Book reviews. The View from Castle Rock Alice Munro Review by Arlene McKanic. November All love is ambivalent, said the playwright Tony Kushner, and ambivalence kills.
The tales in Alice Munro's The View from Castle Rock are full of that sentiment. This 13th collection, which the year-old Munro has said will be her last, is a departure. The opening story of Alice Munro’s rich new collection, The View from Castle Rock, glancingly refers to the talent of her ancestor, Scottish author James Hogg, for “embroidering” factual histories: i.e., he was known to practice “some canny lying of the sort you can depend upon a writer to do.” Munro’s own homespun genius for transforming received material into imaginative.
The View From Castle Rock. by Alice Munro. Chatto and Windus £, pp Reading some of these stories gives the feeling of wearing unfamiliar bifocals, needing to angle the. It started back in with the publication of Stephen King's eighth book, 'The Dead Zone.' It continued in several other novels, a handful of short stories and novellas, and culminated in a favorite by Constant Readers and casual readers alike, 'Needful Things.' It's a town in Maine, called Castle Rock.
In The View from Castle Rock her full range of gifts is on display: indelible characters, deep insights about human behavior and relationships, vibrant prose, and seductive, suspenseful storytelling.
Munro, in a foreword, tells how, a decade ago, she began looking into her family history, going all the way back to 18th-century Scotland. The View from Castle Rock reveals what is most essential in Munro's art: her compassionate understanding of ordinary lives. From the Trade Paperback.
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Analysis; You'll also get access to more. The View From Castle Rock By Nicholas Fonseca Updated Novem at AM ESTAuthor: Nicholas Fonseca. 'Makes me shiver with glee' – a Stephen King superfan on Castle Rock The new JJ Abrams-produced series brings together elements from the .