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The Pirate Queen: Queen Elizabeth I, Her Pirate Adventurers, and the Dawn of Empire lAllio sanguage eaves me wordless Not speechless Wordless She has stolen all the words I might have used to describe her work and used them in her book That is the only way I can think of to relate Allio s mastery Allio s majesty is to suggest to you to humbly entreat you to read what she has written It is Garner This book was "a ittle too poetic in style for me at first and seemed difficult to follow If you are a reader "little too poetic in style for me at first and seemed difficult to follow If you are a reader Cooked: From the Streets to the Stove, from Cocaine to Foie Gras likes things transparent and clear cut I wouldn t recommend it As I read on though I got used to her style and there was much that kept me interested Allio used two histories from the town Iive in as a basis for the book so there was Great Personal Interest For Me And I personal interest for me and I thinking about my Fat little town a hundred years ago By the end I was very absorbed in the tale i heard allio read from this book and thought the prose and settingovely Lost And Found Bride looking forward to reading the whole thing People whoike this novel use the word beautiful the most but I found it playful than beautiful playful in the sense of joy in trying things seeing how things work out In Garner everything is in play time point of view person character relationships poetry and prose Most of what touches works and although this is at only one of many Ambition and Accommodation: How Women View Gender Relations levels a murder mystery not knowing what going to come next has veryittle to do with the murder it s about Allio s unpredictable whims I can t say I always enjo. “An elegant American Kinship: A Cultural Account luminous moving work ofyric prose Every page shimmers” Carole Maso“Fiercely imagined alive with incandescent imagery Kirstin Allio’s Garner is a memorable debut” John Burnham SchwartzLandlocked sail shaped Garner New Hampshire is a town delineated by its Puritan ethics and its “Live Free or Die” mentality Like the forbidding andscape of Wharton’s Ethan Frome this New England outpost keeps its secrets and shapes its inhabitants Frances Giddens a spirited elusive girl born at the dawn of the twentieth century and now approaching womanhood moves through the forests and rivers
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Selah Saterstrom and since wasn t much of a fiction reader at that point I was skeptical especially since of a fiction reader at that point I was skeptical especially since s a first time novel and takes place in New Hampshire a state for which has have minimal interest However the writing is solid not as high yric as would drive away mainstream readers but you have to give it the benefit of the doubt The point of view does change throughout the book as in you don t stay with just one character The descriptions of history and place are uite "fascinating and it s audable how Allio handles such an ensemble group of "
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laudable how Allio handles such an ensemble group of characters while working towards uncovering a murder mystery of sorts Youl have to decide what you think of the ending I was initially frustrated but I ve read this book three times now and I think it improves upon further reading Worthwhile reading to find it you l probably have to order it online from Coffeehouse Press Just google it Really an awesome book Great writing and experimental in form without being boring or pretentious The plot is easy to figure out that is if you have read enough murder mysteries but Allio still made me wonder about other possibilities until the very end But the real treat here is the writing the anguage and the use of recurring images and metaphors as motifs Beautifully written feels John for Everyone: Part One, Chapters 1-10
like every single word was carefully selected incredible attention to detail This book is a gem. Den history and the fierceongings Anarchist Modernism: Art, Politics, and the First American Avant-Garde
locked in the hearts of its citizens “Bounded by her trees was the new England” muses the postman andocal historian “It is said that if one had the gossamer soul of an angel and wings of an artist’s weave one might pass from Maine to Rhode Island crown to green crown and o’er New Hampshire Tree to tree one might travel ” But some may never Betting on Ideas: Wars, Inventions, Inflation
leaveKirstin Allio has taught creative writing at Brown University and holds degrees from Brown and New York University Born in Maine sheives in Providence Rhode Island with her husband and sons This is her first novel. Y
ed this novel but I always marveled at Allio s guts and skills I can t wait to read of her work and I don t understand why she hasn t been celebrated A 45 The plot of the book is about a murder in a small town and Allio uses it as an effective vehicle to explore the tensions between male and female city folk and country folk rural and urban andscapes The story is presented through different narrators it reminded me a Berlioz and His Century: An Introduction to the Age of Romanticism
little of The Sound and the Fury and in different writing styles I had aittle trouble with the poems and streams of conscious during the first sections of the book but and streams of conscious during the first sections of the book but m glad I hung in there Allio s prose in ater sections of the book is phenomenal I gave it four stars because Allio s writing was too subtle for me There were some important events in the book that I just wasn t sure whether they actually happened because of the way they were presented But overall it s a great book 351925 Part diary Part nature descriptions Part narrative The story of a girl and a town and a man If you are an Andrea Barrett fan Ship Fever or The Voyage of the Narwhal then I think you would really enjoy this Absolutely beautiful The poetry of the anguage made me want to go on reading it forever A treasure of metaphors This ittle gem of a book was recommended to me by a nice guy working the Coffeehouse Press book sale table at the AWP Conference In NYC CHP Publishes Mainly
NYC CHP publishes mainly and poetry they are sup. Hat mark Garner’s borders as easily as she befriends its stoic residentsIn the summer of 1925 with Garner’s economic prospects in decline a group of wealthy New Yorkers descends on the Giddens farm for summer eisure Even as Frances is drawn to the romance the newcomers represent darker forces are unleashed When her body is found in rain swollen Blood Brook this deeply private community begins to unravel Garner chronicles the mystery of Frances’ sudden death and the demise of a picture perfect New England town threatened by a new century Allio’s beautiful atmospheric prose reveals the town’s hid.