Fima by Amos Oz PDF

By Amos Oz

ISBN-10: 1446477398

ISBN-13: 9781446477397

First released in nice Britain by means of Chatto & Windus 1993

Fima, our eponymous hero, is a receptionist at a gynaecology hospital. A preposterous, but interestingly appealing determine, he spends his hours fantasising approximately fixing the nation's difficulties and pursuing girls with equivocal luck.

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Fima by Amos Oz PDF

First released in nice Britain by means of Chatto & Windus 1993

Fima, our eponymous hero, is a receptionist at a gynaecology health center. A preposterous, but apparently appealing determine, he spends his hours fantasising approximately fixing the nation's difficulties and pursuing girls with equivocal luck.

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Gettmann, A Victorian Publisher: A Study of the Bentley Papers (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1960), 140. 1 2 3 Note on the Text xli available one-volume edition that has been reprinted, with varying degrees of accuracy, by most recent editors; they appear to have assumed that this edition simply followed the corrections which were advised by Jewsbury and incorporated in the first edition of three volumes. However, the first edition of the novel, reprinted here for the first time (and available electronically on the LION website), made far fewer alterations to the serialized version and so offers a better idea of the racy, slang-ridden narrative that Wood originally wrote.

Too much, my lord,’ cried Mr Carlyle, decisively. ‘And that’s not its value,’ returned the earl. ‘These forced sales never do fetch their value,’ answered the plainspeaking lawyer. ’ ‘There’s nothing settled on her,’ rejoined the earl, the contraction on his brow standing out more plainly. ‘That comes of your thoughtless, runaway marriages. I fell in love with General Conway’s daughter, and she ran away with me, like a fool: that is, we were both fools together for our pains. The general objected to me; and said I must sow my wild oats before he would give me Mary: so I took her to Gretna Green, and she became Countess of Mount Severn, without a settlement.

841); ‘Men and Women’, Blackwood’s Magazine, 157 (1895), 620–50 (p. 647). Introduction xxxiii Oliphant may also have had in mind another aspect of Wood’s style much remarked upon by her contemporaries: her compulsive interest in ‘commonplace details’. Probably intended to persuade readers to believe that the sensational events of the tale might lie titillatingly close to their own mundane lives, the sheer volume of material detail had precisely the reverse effect on this critic: The incidents she takes pains to narrate are rational enough.

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