Joe Mauro Mauro itibaren Mohchhi Sughar, Bihar 845454, Hindistan
Michael Cunningham is a beautiful writer- his narration style is one of my favorites, and there are few modern writers who delve into description so well. That being said, my reading of Flesh and Blood was marred by one large problem- it is bizarrely similar to The Hours (which was published 2 years later and won the Pulitzer). Although the background/period is very different, reading Flesh and Blood is like reading Michael Cunningham's prepatory notes for The Hours. Mary Stassos agonizes over her cake and upcoming party in Flesh and Blood just as Laura Brown will later do in The Hours (a scene that is undoubtably one of the most striking of the novel), and the personality characteristics of Mary's children are basically rolled up to form the character of Richard. In summary: On its own, Flesh and Blood was a long and beautiful novel, but once distilled and perfected into The Hours, it truly excelled.
It gives you a sight on history . Symbols in all generations shows you in what people beleived .The interesting point is that those are the same ,just get more modern by passing time.
Good book. Encouraging ideas on how to rethink design.