Dev Kumar Kumar itibaren Serwan, Uttar Pradesh 232103, Hindistan
Kanserden ölen bir annenin hikayesi ve dört gözü üzerinde bıraktığı duygusal miras. Güzel bir okuma; her kızın bakış açısına ek olarak Anneler ve kocalara da sahip olursunuz. Kesinlikle gözyaşı dökümü. İyi yazılmış ve dikkatinizi çeker.
I don't care if it makes me pretentious, I love this book. I started reading it while I was still living in Dublin. That summer the library in Dublin had an exhibit in the basement with some of Joyce's papers and other things because it was the anniversary of Ulysses or something like that. His writing process is really interesting, and if you ever get a chance to see his drafts somehow do so. He writes passages and then inserts them (pre-computer, obviously, so this is in this intricate system of notebooks and different colored pens and scratching things out and rewriting). The end of Molly's soliloquy was originally to be: "yes I said yes I would." Which is worlds different than: "yes I said yes I will Yes." Joyce crossed out the end of the first version and wrote in the new phrasing. Seriously, think about how much different "would" and "will" are. Joyce once said that he expected people to spend their lives re-reading his books. I know for sure I have to re-read this one... I'm thinking this summer would be prime time. I also loved Dubliners and Portrait, although I've yet to tackle Finnegans Wake.