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  • English
  • 14 February 2019
  • 9781447200369

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Download ¿ Trawl Author B.S. Johnson 102 Garde in both literature and film he became famous for his forthright views on the future of the novel and for his uniue ways of putting them. Johnson has a way of getting into the head of his main characters and explaining why the past experiences impact on their behaviour Our hero decides to go to sea for three weeks on a trawler a journey described in detail from leaving England and crossing the North Sea and ending off the coast of Russia The workings of the lives of the trawler men is also gone into but most indepth is the hero s thoughts on his own isolation and what has caused it Johnson seems to have put a lot of thought into this and did make me wonder judging from when he was born how much of this is about Johnson

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Download ¿ Trawl Author B.S. Johnson 102 Into practice Reissued as standalone books for the first time in many years these are B S Johnson's most famous and critically acclaimed novel. This book by B S Johnson written in 1966 is a book about a man who has decided to take a trip on a fishing boat He is not a seasoned fisherman In fact he is sick sick a lot We the reader get to hear of his memories of his past He spews these out just like he spews everything in his gut It is a mess out of order without necessarily making sense and the author tells us that maybe he is wrong in his memories The narrator is essentially alone and isolated He does not fit in with the crew and being sick keeps him from making any connectionsThis author was experimental in his approach and therefore he did contribute to the development of the novel Rating 383

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