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Lottos Charme bezwingt jeden, Mathildes Schönheit wirft ein Schimmern an jede Wand. Sie lieben und begehren einander, sie heiraten, ziehen nach New York. Ihre Partys sind legendär, und irgendwann feiert Lotto Triumphe als Dramatiker. Ist das. Fates and Furies | Groff, Lauren | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Fates and Furies: A Novel | Groff, Lauren | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Inhaltsangabe zu "Fates and Furies". Every story has two sides. Every relationship has two perspectives. And sometimes, it turns out, the key to a great marriage. Auf Papier gelesen Fates and Furies (Riverhead Books, ) von Lauren Groff war sicher eines der heiß-erwartesten Bücher der Herbstsaison - und wurde.
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Inflatable taxidermy? Does she even know what taxidermy is? Is she just throwing words on the page randomly? More horrible prose: ".
Fickle, inconstant, that monthly changes in her circle orb" page Her circle orb? I get the Shakespearean allusion, but still: how utterly pretentious!
Lotto and his sister, Rachel, refer to their mother as "muvva. Lotto and Mathilde have a dog named God. Yep, that's just hilarious, isn't it?
It's not that I'm offended by this; I'm not. I just think it's dumb. Really, really, really dumb. Trying to describe an idyllic scene at Mathilde's grandmother's dairy farm in France a grandmother who, we are told earlier, sold blood sausages on the black market in France during World War II--that's not even a thing: no one sold blood sausages on the black market in France or anywhere ever!
Groff thinks this is a good thing. Ummmm, so if the milk tastes like manure, it's contaminated! That's nasty and gross.
That's not how milk is supposed to taste. I'm a vegan and even I know that milk is not supposed to taste like bovine excrement!
Mathilde takes a high-performance Mercedes for a drive at night. She turns off the headlights and speeds up to mph.
She hits a culvert and the car somersaults. Other than biting her tongue pretty badly, she is unhurt. Seriously: a car wreck at mph and no real injury at all.
We get insightful wisdom like this via Mathilde's thoughts on page ". Groff is not a completely inept writer. Vulgar language does not offend me.
This is supposed to pass for good literature? Okay, so I won't go on any more. I hated everything about this book. Even two of the supposed startling secrets near the end view spoiler [Lotto had a son when he was 15 that was given up for adoption and who then shows up at the end of the novel after Lotto has died and has sex with Mathilde; Mathilde, when she was 4-years-old, seems it's left a bit vague to have intentionally pushed her younger brother down the stairs, which killed him hide spoiler ] left me cold and bored.
This novel is just terrible. Don't read it. Seriously, do not read this pretentious hokum.
Apr 23, karen rated it really liked it Shelves: free-from-work. Gone Girl with slightly nicer people How, so gently, she flicked it and kept him spinning.
View all 62 comments. Book-1 Shelby-0 I hate this book. There I said it. I keep trying to read it and then I look down and it says I still have soooo much time left in this book.
I'm never going to finish. The only character that I'm somewhat interested in is Chollie. The rest of them are just pretentious hipster assholes.
I'm a dnf'er. And I'm proud. Booksource: Netgalley in exchange for review I'm probably totally missing out by not making myself finish this book.
I'm still not gonna do it but my friend Leanne Book-1 Shelby-0 I hate this book. I'm still not gonna do it but my friend Leanne loved it and wrote a beautiful review for the book.
View all 91 comments. May 07, Debbie rated it really liked it Shelves: best-readsthrough , unreliable-narrators , couple-love-and-hate.
Amazingly brilliant. Language to die for. Fascinating characters. Clever format. But why did it take me three weeks to read?
This is a complex love story, full of secrets and regrets and passion. It is absolutely brilliant. Yeah, so why DID it take me so long to read this?
At the end, I got to a brilliant twist! I knew it was brilliant, but wait….. I remember them…. I could search the names and get transported right back to the scenes where the characters were mentioned.
Oh yes, now I see…. Just too long and dense. The sentence structure, though gorgeous, slowed me down.
This can be problematic; see my first complaint. Editor voice: Cut out the plays. Party madness.
Super confusing to me. And one hostile conversation where a woman is called a total vagina and later a pig face seemed over-the-top and unbelievable.
Would people at a party actually say such things? The Voice. Give me a dictionary! I like learning a few new words, but there were a LOT here, sometimes two or more to a page.
Reading this would be a great way to learn vocabulary for the SATs. The wife is more dynamic and complex than the husband.
Luckily, her story is the one at the end, so the joy flows as you read on. Joy Jar Okay. Now for the good—no, the incredible—stuff.
To start with, the characters are so vivid, I felt like I really knew what makes them tick. They are complex, intriguing, flawed. The third-person narration made me believe it all; there were no unreliable narrators to make me worry that any of it was false.
This was so clever! I mean, I love a good unreliable narrator, but here, it was cool the way the narration made everything believable.
I felt like I was in the in-crowd; it made me feel lucky and privileged that I was getting the real scoop. Groff is wise and her ideas are fresh.
Some sentences made me ponder with glee, even if I did have to read them twice! And I ate up the language and the images. He is deformed, crooked, old and sere; ill-faced, worse bodied, shapeless everywhere; vicious, ungentle, foolish, blunt, unkind; stigmatical in making, worse in mind.
My best friend. It was a cover for poor hygiene or for body shame. Clean people never aspired to the floral.
No marriage is what it seems, and this one is no exception—there are secrets and sorrows and guilt and failures. Insecurities, vulnerabilities, misunderstandings, and missed opportunities.
The characters are often underground, not exposing their real selves—neither their feelings nor actions—to each other, though their mutual love is intense.
If you give voice to the things you think every day about your spouse, you'd crush them to paste. She never lied, just never said.
Groff deftly shows us the history and motives many of which are doozies behind the scenes. The second part is what makes this book sing.
The story made my mind jump, made the book sort of interactive in a cool way, in that as I read the second half of the book, I would naturally remember back to the first way the story was told.
It made my mind love the play of back and forth, as I looked at two versions of one event—pure delight.
But, as I said, this was a slow read, especially the first part. I still think this book is phenomenal, and I think it deserves awards.
Jul 01, Carmen rated it did not like it Recommends it for: No One. Shelves: american-author , fiction , published , book-lover-s-desk-calendar , she-says , traditionally-published.
No amount of beautiful language can gild this piece of shit. View all 50 comments. May 27, Joodith rated it did not like it Shelves: did-not-finish.
It's not often I say I hate a book, but I absolutely hate this, and yes, I realise I'm sticking my neck out, and I'll more than likely be in the minority, but c'est la vie.
He calls his mother Muvva! They are beautiful of course - who wants to read about plain or ugly people? The prose in this book is so over the top, so flamboyant, obscure and ostentatious I just cannot stand it.
This particular passage had me cringing: " She stretched her long arms over her head, and there were little nests of winter hair in the pits.
She could hatch baby robins in those things. She looked at him, savoring her own knowing, his unknowing. Does this author think it's clever to write this way?
I don't know if this her usual style as I haven't read anything of hers - and this certainly does not encourage me to read her earlier books.
It's another case of throwing every word you know, whether it actually makes sense or not - but never mind, it looks impressive. I don't doubt that Ms Groff toiled long and hard over this, in an effort to write The Great American Novel, but to me it comes across as self-indulgent fiddle-faddle.
Described as "a literary masterpiece that defies expectation. Who is it who decides what I, the reader will like; who is it who calls this a masterpiece?
Those of us who don't agree are already at a disadvantage as we will be expected to explain and justify our reasons, whereas those who agree can sit back smugly.
I dislike this book intensely. End of. Amazon sent me a free copy speficicaly for review purposes.
View all 24 comments. May 02, Elyse Walters rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley. On the positive note I was interested in the story about the married couple.
I think this book is an excellent commentary on marriage The author captures each character's individuality I like much on this story-- yet..
I'm aware I was often 'detached'. This was not a book for me- that kept me turning pages wit 3. This was not a book for me- that kept me turning pages with urgency.
I enjoyed it reading this novel - but enjoyed my breaks away from it equally as much. I seemed to require reading breaks to recharge my own energy.
Something about this story would begin to drain me. With breaks.. I often 'did' return to my reading with a bright freshness. I felt the beginning was very strong Yet, after a while, I felt there were too many mind-numbing details that started to suck the energy from the story.
The writing frequently failed to keep my attention. I felt exhausted Although I felt I got to know the characters pretty well.
I didn't feel strong emotions. I was't 'feeling' any human frailty, or sadness, or joy Possibly if this novel wasn't as long I might have had a chance to directly feel more about each of the characters..
This is a big- long- lush- slowly progressing story It's also possible - that this story may grow on me as time goes on.
I'm aware that 'sometimes' books are enhanced for me once I begin engaging in book discussions. This might just be one of those books!
Thank you to the publisher, Netgalley, and the author, for allowing me to read this. View all 73 comments.
The ability to have the courage to mend the cracks that appear in an alarming speed as the years go by. Now, in the marriage of Lotto and Mathilde, the cracks are there from the beginning.
Especially in Lotto and all they have to do is to ignore them and move on. But Groff's novel is completely devoid of cracks or any other fault for that matter.
In fact, it is plain and s ''There was an enormous crack in the world. In fact, it is plain and simple, one of the most interesting, daring and honest books I've ever had the pleasure to read.
I chose to read this novel, guided by the raving reviews of many beloved friends here, in Goodreads, and attracted by the claim that Groff had been inspired by Ancient Greek Tragedy.
I was surprised to see that this is not just a very well-written love story, but also an immensely beautiful trip down the historical changes that New York and its society underwent from the early 90s all the way through our troubled present.
To do so through the eyes of a squad of artists, in all their vanity and sensitivity, was satisfying and, frankly, hugely entertaining.
Groff touches upon so many subjects, one wouldn't know where to begin. The way I see it, the main themes are love and aspirations.
We witness a relationship that starts in a rather unorthodox way. Lotto and Mathilde get married out of the blue and then, they have to learn how to live together, how to fight the daily problems, how to know each other and come to understand themselves in the process.
Their relationship is presented in such a beautiful way that even a sworn enemy of marriage such as myself has to take a step back and contemplate for a while.
However, in my opinion, the notion that lies at the heart of the story is the way our aspirations influence our course in life once they are fulfilled or-worse- once we realise that they have become dreams of a past that is slowly fading away Groff's writing took me back to the time when I was studying, when me and my friends thought that we would be able to change the world once we graduate from university.
Instead, we slowly found out that the world actually changed us. Worries about our families, our work, our financial status, our relationships with our loved ones, all those things that make you feel you have entered the universe of the adults and their responsibilities.
Lotto, in particular, changes route and tries to fulfill his ambitions from a different starting point. And he succeeds.
She remains the steady rock that binds him to the present and holds their life together. Mathilde makes the decision to stop working after Lotto's success -which took a long time to take place- and becomes the wife who cleans, cooks, etc.
Perhaps, she didn't want to follow her dreams, after all. Perhaps,she found fulfillment through the role of the lady of the house, perhaps she needed to cast away her own demons of the past.
I don't know and I don't judge her. I respect it, but I don't understand it, and it was at that time when I felt that the book was too centered to Lotto and his actions.
This was too harsh of me, but I couldn't have foreseen the great bomb that exploded and shuttered everything to pieces The language she uses is so powerful, so immediate, so creative.
The style is unique, a third-person narration, with some slight but intricately woven hints of stream of consciousness.
The dialogue is sharp, without unnecessary words, the pace leaves you breathless in a story that spans over twenty years, centered on two people.
I enjoyed the New York colloquialisms and the fact that I could see and feel the changing city over the years, changes that were depicted in the characters and their interactions.
What is the most fascinating element in this novel? For me, it is the title. Fates and Furies Why Fates?
Why Furies? It had me wondering. The notion of Fate lies at the centre of the Greek tragedies, the three women who controlled and, eventually, cut the thread of all mortals' lives, the Moirai : Clotho, Atropos and Lachesis.
The Furies, the Erinyes, were wild, winged female deities. Alecto, Megaera and Tisiphone. They hunted and haunted the wrongdoers without mercy, for the rest of their lives.
Orestes is the well-known example, punished for the murder of his mother, Clytemnestra. So, Fates and Furies are our daily escorts, from the moment we are born until the day we depart from this world.
They are the two sides of the same coin and Groff uses them in such a successful way that would make Euripides, Sophocles and Aeschylus proud I was reading this book while I was commuting to work and back.
There were instances when it almost slipped off my hands out of sheer shock, others because of my anger caused by certain stupid decisions of the couple.
I don't know how can anyone read this novel and feel absolutely nothing. I think it's impossible. One cannot remain indifferent in front of life and Lauren Groff takes life's notions, twists them and awakes every bit and every kind of emotion to the reader.
It is a book that speaks with a voice of anger, despair and hope, and we feel compelled to listen May 02, Esil rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley.
I started reading Fates and Furies a few times and my interest quickly waned because the writing felt impenetrable. But this time I forced myself to read beyond the first few pages, and after sticking it out for a while I got completely sucked in -- by the writing, the concept, the atmosphere and the story.
Groff's writing is unusual, both in style and in pacing. Her sentences feel messy and there's an arrhythmic staccato to the way in which the story moves forward.
But once I fell in step Wow! But once I fell in step with her beat, I didn't want to let go. In the first part, she had a brilliant lengthy section, in which the passage of time is marked by drifting from one gathering to another, in increments of approximately one year, the movement to another year marked by small changes in the dynamics between people and the eventual mention of a new occasion.
And Groff brilliantly seamlessly shifts points of view, occasionally moving the story away from the two main characters and looking through the lens of the supporting cast -- even working in a brief lovely cat's view at one point.
As I say, I loved the writing, but there's also a real richness to the story that kept me wanting to read. And shame on anyone who makes any comparison between this book and Gone Girl.
The only commonality is that the stories are focused on marriages in which husbands and wives live in different realities. But Fates and Furies is an entirely different story -- it's not a mystery or a thriller -- it's about the the intense love and disparity between Lotto and Matilde throughout their twenty year plus marriage.
The first part focuses on Lotto -- the big egotistical son of a wealthy Florida family -- and his perspective on life with Matilde -- his intense love, mixed in with self absorption and neediness.
In the second half, we double back and get Matilde's point of view -- including a view into her impoverished dark childhood and adolescence, and her intense love for Lotto, mixed in with a fury and secretiveness fuelled by her past.
For me, this made for a complex, layered, beautiful, emotional novel. It's clear from reviews that this book is not everyone's cup of tea and I suspect that for some the writing will be a turn off as it was for me initially, but -- wow again -- after getting over my initial hesitation, this was a really rich reading experience.
I hadn't read anything else by Groff, but I've had Arcadia waiting on my shelf for a long time which I will definitely get to sometime soon.
Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for an opportunity to read an advance copy. View all 55 comments. Jul 16, Jen rated it really liked it.
The characters in this novel are despicable, spiteful and plain unlikeable. This is the love story of Lotto and Mathilde.
The Fates: The building up of a 20 year marriage. The Furies: The delayering of it. From perfection to perfectly flawed characters stripped of their stories living in their own play.
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Fates And Furies VideoHttps://healthwars.co/online-free-casino/gesetze-der-scharia.php witness a relationship that starts in a rather click way. This is a backwards, upside down spiral of a story that will require the reader to piece it back together again in an attempt to decipher the people who we believe we are closest to; whom we think we know and love, when in reality, have never been further from the truth. I like much on this story-- yet. Views Read Edit View history. I am so angry that this book, so highly touted and so extravagantly praised 1. Oct 07, Elizabeth rated it really liked it Shelves: marriage-family-life. It's another case of throwing every go here you check this out, whether it actually makes sense or not - but never mind, it looks impressive. Her uncle, Swiss cheese. Read more Will his love turn into vengeful contempt?
Fates And Furies - Helfen Sie uns den Weltbild Shop noch besser zu machen!Nur mit vorheriger Anmeldung möglich. Utterly loved the beautiful language and the characterization. Mathilde beginnt in einer Galerie zu arbeiten, sie ist es zu Beginn, die für Wohnung und Brot sorgt. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Wenn auch kleine Brüche auftauchen. Ohne Ihn hätte mir die Geschichte wahrscheinlich ganz gut gefallen, aber dieses verstörende und abstossende Element musste Die Sprache ist sehr toll in diesem Buch. Fates and Furies book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Titel: Fates And Furies Autorin: Lauren Groff Sprache: Amerikanisch Format: Hörbuch Sprecher: Will Damron, Julia Whelan Verlag: Penguin. September , Uhr. Veranstaltungsort: Buchhandlung Lehmkuhl, Leopoldstraße 45, München Eintritt 7€. "Licht und Zorn" / "Fates and Furies. Bücher bei healthwars.co: Jetzt Fates and Furies von Lauren Groff bestellen und per Rechnung bezahlen bei healthwars.co, Ihrem Bücher-Spezialisten! Lauren Groff is the author of three New York Times bestselling novels " Fates and Furies (named by Barack Obama as his favourite book of ), The Monsters.
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In college, Lotto meets Mathilde Yoder, a model with he believes no friends or family. Within weeks, they are married, and he is disinherited.
What follows is an account of a decades-long partnership rife with tensions and secrets but, in this telling, successful.
The first portion of the book, "Fates," is told from Lotto's perspective; the second portion, "Furies," from Mathilde's point of view.
Mathilde's disposition, so tragically taciturn in the eyes of her husband, is actually comprised of a secret, furious refusal to give in to the oppression of the high road.
Groff says, "I always wanted the perspectives to be evenly matched — Lotto gets to go first, and those who study storytelling know that the first person to tell a story has the privileged position, and his story will have greater weight because he has gone first — because one of the ideas the book plays with is the idea that there's no such thing as a single story, but that most stories are composites, made up of layers.
Upon returning home after 20 years away, he finds a surreal dreamscape full of nightmarish images: the sky "a strange boil, purplish black This Florida was not Florida.
More strange than true. Groff, who now lives in Gainesville, has spent much of the last month touring, lecturing and giving readings in support of the novel.
On Saturday, Oct. Despite residing in Florida for a decade, she says she's never quite been at ease calling it home.
Even the native plants are spiky. It is excellent for writing fiction — you never want to be too comfortable. You never want your reader to be too comfortable, either, whether in examining the transgressive nature of love or the idea of home.
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The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format. The main characters of this fiction, contemporary story are ,.
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