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Outline free pdf Short-listed for the 2014 Goldsmiths Prize, finalist for the 2014 Folio PrizeNamed one of the best fiction books of 2014 by "The New Yorker," "The Guardian," The" Independent" and "Glamour" A "Publishers Weekly" Pick of the Week and "Flavorwire" Staff Pick A luminous, powerful novel that establishes Rachel Cusk as one of the finest writers in the English language A man and a woman are seated next to each other on a plane. They get to talking-about their destination, their careers, their families. Grievances are aired, family tragedies discussed, marriages and divorces analyzed. An intimacy is established as two strangers contrast their own fictions about their lives. Rachel Cusk's "Outline" is a novel in ten conversations. Spare and stark, it follows a novelist teaching a course in creative writing during one oppressively hot summer in Athens. She leads her students in storytelling exercises. She meets other visiting writers for dinner and discourse. She goes swimming in the Ionian Sea with her neighbor from the plane. The people she encounters speak volubly about themselves: their fantasies, anxieties, pet theories, regrets, and longings. And through these disclosures, a portrait of the narrator is drawn by contrast, a portrait of a woman learning to face a great loss. "Outline" takes a hard look at the things that are hardest to speak about. It brilliantly captures conversations, investigates people's motivations for storytelling, and questions their ability to ever do so honestly or unselfishly. In doing so it bares the deepest impulses behind the craft of fiction writing. This is Rachel Cusk's finest work yet, and one of the most startling, brilliant, original novels of recent years.

About Rachel Cusk

Rachel Cusk is the author of three memoirs-"A Life's Work," "The Last Supper," and "Aftermath"-and seven novels: "Saving Agnes," winner of the Whitbread" "First Novel Award- "The Temporary"- "The Country Life," which won a Somerset" "Maugham Award- "The Lucky Ones"- "In the Fold"- "Arlington Park"- and "The Bradshaw Variations." She" "was chosen as one of "Granta"'s 2003 Best" "of Young British Novelists. She lives in" "London.

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Author : Rachel Cusk
Publisher : Picador USA
Data Published :
ISBN : 1250081548
EAN : 9781250081544
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 256 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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