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- A Sport and a Pastime de James Salter
- James Salter's “A Sport and a Pastime" is the sexiest book I've read.
- A Sport and a Pastime
By James Salter. San Francisco: North Point Press. What is impressive, first of all, in this collection of 11 stories is the range of setting and subject.
A Sport and a Pastime de James Salter
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James Salter's “A Sport and a Pastime" is the sexiest book I've read.
Ben Cake asked me what I was working on. I told him: a heartbroken gent suffering from Schizophrenia who finds himself in and out of bed with countless women, many of which who do not exist. If this feels a bit out of left field, in addition to writing advertising, I moonlight as a poet and a writer of prose. Ben is the best writer I know and when he tells me to read something, I read it, immediately. A couple days later the novel showed up on my doorstep, I cracked it and I fell head over heels.
By James Salter. The city, which was almost empty during August, now is filling up again. It is being replenished. The restaurants are all reopening, the shops. People are coming back from the country, the sea, from trips on roads all jammed with cars.
Reynolds Price called James Salter's A Sport and a Pastime () “as perfect as any American fiction I know.”1 But this admirable novel has two notable.
A Sport and a Pastime
Following a young couple in s France, A Sport and a Pastime asks how we make sense of romance and tells the truth about sexual love. Since its publication in , during the decade of sexual revolution, A Sport and a Pastime has set the standard not only for eroticism in fiction, but for the principal organ of literature — the imagination. What appears at first to be a short, tragic novel about a love affair in France is in fact an ambitious, refractive inquiry into the nature and meaning of storytelling, and the reasons we are compelled to invent, in particular, romances. That such a feat occurs across a mere pages is breathtaking, and though its narrative choreography seems simple, the novel is anything but minor. The narrator is staying in the house of rich friends in Autun, Burgundy, idly photographing the town and trying to uncork provincial culture.
The narrator admits that he describes scenes that he cannot possibly have witnessed. And the theme stated by the hero and the narrator is different from the one that emerges from the characters and action. The two main characters are Phillip Dean, a twenty-four-year-old American, and his lover Anne-Marie Costallat, an eighteen-year-old French girl. Phillip is a schoolboy hero and math prodigy who has dropped out of Yale after a year, traveled in Mexico and California, and is trying to find his true self. His mother has committed suicide.
The Lebanese writer Elias Khoury belongs in such exalted company in literary terms. His new novel also pivots on mountains — in Lebanon — and appreciations of sexual union. Indeed, it was one of many books banned by the Mubarak regime for its explicitness.
The city, which was almost empty during August, now is filling up again. It is being replenished. The restaurants are all reopening, the shops. People are coming back from the country, the sea, from trips on roads all jammed with cars. The station is very crowded.
Возле главного здания аэровокзала Беккер въехал на тротуар и соскочил с мотоцикла, когда тот еще двигался.