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But I hated the two main characters. Lydia is a bitch. Gabe is a controlling prick. This book is about strange, dysfunctional people who cannot seem to grasp that they are consistently engaged in destructive, broken, and abusive relationships.

It is one incredibly long livejournal blog entry spanning a year of Michael Winter's more or less real life, and I don't really know why I read it the whole way through.

Gabe's character is fictional in the same way, I assume, that Henry Chinaski is fictional. I can appreciate Gabe at times as I see a lot of myself in my early 20s in him This book is about strange, dysfunctional people who cannot seem to grasp that they are consistently engaged in destructive, broken, and abusive relationships.

I can appreciate Gabe at times as I see a lot of myself in my early 20s in him. Except he's I don't understand how this is such a popular book.

The story or lack thereof is one long grimy emotional ride. I'll save you hours of your life by giving you the book's plot in one line: The main characters have tumultuous relationships in each other and have a hard time dealing with it.

While I didn't enjoy this book for the most part, its somewhat saving grace is that Michael Winter adds a nice poetic touch to things that would take me away from the nastiness of the rest of the book at times.

Case in point: "He says, Now you with Lydia. I thought about that word all day. I had to go out for a walk with it. It was a little dog that I put on a leash and let wander ahead of me.

You dont like how I behave. You wish I were another way. Yes, she says. I agree with that. But I also resent that you compare me with others.

I say, I should be cherished every day. Lydia suddenly laughs, agreeing. And there is a melt between us. I may just go home.

There is something so uninviting in that. If you want. I wanted her to want me to come down. I didnt want her to shift the want to me.

Pass on this one. Oct 07, Melissa rated it liked it. You know that meme about male authors and how they describe women?

The first paragraph on the first page of this book had the word 'breasts' written twice in relation to a woman and I almost tossed this book aside, but I decided to persevere, for, if nothing else, the support of local authors.

I actually did, in the end, enjoy this book. I love being able to picture locations when something I'm reading is written in Newfoundland and Labrador, and that, for me, was my favourite part about this You know that meme about male authors and how they describe women?

I love being able to picture locations when something I'm reading is written in Newfoundland and Labrador, and that, for me, was my favourite part about this book.

The characters were really distinct in this book as well. I loved when Max was around - such a resourceful and handy man; a bayman - good as gold.

The format of this book was written like a daily journal entry, and I really liked that. I thought it was a clever way to highlight how a relationship can evolve and, in this case, dissolve, over the course of just a few days when the signs had been there all along.

Apr 20, Dorothy rated it liked it Shelves: dot-s-booklist , print. I was put off by the first chapter and only kept going because of the book being Canlit.

It did get better once I got into the rhythm of the prose. The book reads less like a novel than a notebook, documenting the activities and thoughts of the narrator who is a would -be writer.

The group of characters in the book seem destined to flit from relationship to relationship without ever achieving a solidly intimate partnership.

I enjoyed the details of place, one of those books that make me want to I was put off by the first chapter and only kept going because of the book being Canlit.

I enjoyed the details of place, one of those books that make me want to go to where it is written, in this case St John's Newfoundland. Jan 16, Rena Graham rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , memoir.

A book that lives on both my fiction and memoir shelves. Loved this book for it's quirky structure and found plenty of good writing, but nothing that left me astounded.

Need a 3. A good read to be sure and love the fact it was set in Newfoundland. Apr 01, Tom Halford rated it it was amazing. Incredible book. Highly recommended.

Was I really tossed this book in June? I suppose I was. By a friend, in passing. A poetic friend who liked this sort of prose.

What a deep and wonderful book this is! It tells the year day by day of writer Gabriel English as he lives, exists, in St.

It's a fantastic read. A dreamy entry for each day of the year. Vibrant friends with their own unique voices. It is not exactly the kind of book I would choose to read.

It's not poetry that you immediately recognize. But it is! So much more. How Was I really tossed this book in June?

How did she describe the book to me? A book where nothing happens. Certainly things happen but it's just the passing of time, the events in enough detail that you might consider them how you would recall memories, just enough to say you'd been there, you'd done that.

I'm not entirely sure if "This All Happened" is Gabriel's journal, it's not clear that it is, but it might be. On conversation is particularly profound, for me: " And I felt like I couldn't say anything to you because you'd take it the wrong way and write it down in that journal.

You read it. Everything you write about me is rotten. I write down things that vex me. I don't write down the good things. Well, why don't you? Happiness is too hard to write and boring to read In a way I wish everyone would read this book.

It's very human. It has many lessons, and it's like being the third person in a silent conversation, that you are being shared with. It's a story we all know, with people we are familiar with, just enough.

It's not outrageous, it's life, but told in such a way that you know if could be your own, or a dream you might have had.

In a lot of ways it made me better about my life. But I could hardly say it was a book written for me. The defining characteristic of economics in the s is that the country got rich by making the poor less poor.

And those gains focused on those who had been left behind for decades before. The gap between rich and poor narrowed by an extraordinary amount.

This was not a short-term trend. Women held jobs outside the home in record numbers. Minorities gained, too. After the inauguration Eleanor Roosevelt wrote about an African American reporter who told her:.

Do you realize what twelve years have done? If at the reception a number of colored people had gone down the line and mixed with everyone else in the way they did today, every paper in the country would have reported it.

We do not even think it is news and none of us will mention it. Women and minority rights were still a fraction of what they are today.

The leveling out of classes meant a leveling out of lifestyles. Normal people drove Chevys. Rich people drove Cadillacs. TV and radio equalized the entertainment and culture people enjoyed regardless of class.

Mail-order catalogs equalized the clothes people wore and the goods they bought regardless of where they lived. The rich man smokes the same sort of cigarettes as the poor man, shaves with the same sort of razor, uses the same sort of telephone, vacuum cleaner, radio, and TV set, has the same sort of lighting and heating equipment in his house, and so on indefinitely.

Essentially they have similar engines, similar fittings. In the early years of the century there was a hierarchy of automobiles.

Paul Graham wrote in about what something as simple as there only being three TV stations did to equalize culture:.

What happens now with the Super Bowl used to happen every night. We were literally in sync. This was important. People measure their well being against their peers.

And for most of the period, people had a lot of what looked like peers to compare themselves to. Many people — most people — lived lives that were either equal or at least fathomable to those around them.

Household debt increased 5-fold from to due to the combination of the new consumption culture, new debt products, and interest rates subsidized by government programs and held low by the Federal Reserve.

And household debt was so low to begin with after the war. The Great Depression wiped out a lot of it, and household spending was so curtailed during the war that debt accumulation was restricted — that the growth in household debt-to-income was manageable.

The homeownership rate in was It stayed right about there for the next four decades. A substantial portion of the population was now in debt that, in previous generations, would not — could not — use it.

And they were mostly OK with it. They were confident in themselves and their futures in a way that [those] growing up in harder times found striking.

They did not fear debt as their parents had … They differed from their parents not just in how much they made and what they owned but in their belief that the future had already arrived.

As the first homeowners in their families, they brought a new excitement and pride with them to the store as they bought furniture or appliances — in other times young couples might have exhibited such feelings as they bought clothes for their first baby.

It was as if the very accomplishment of owning a home reflected such an immense breakthrough that nothing was too good to buy for it.

The recession that began that year brought unemployment to the highest it had been since the s. And you have to put all of that in the context of how much fear there was between Vietnam, riots, and the assassinations of Martin Luther King, John and Bobby Kennedy.

America dominated the world economy in the two decades after the war. Many of the largest countries had their manufacturing capacity bombed into rubble.

But as the s emerged, that changed. Japan was booming. The Middle East was flexing its oil muscles. A combination of lucky economic advantages and a culture shared by the Greatest Generation shared — hardened by the Depression and anchored in systematic cooperation from the war — shifted when Baby Boomers began coming of age.

Everything in finance is data within the context of expectations. Not necessarily equality of income, although there was that.

And that someone in the 99th percentile lived a better life, but still a life that someone in the 50th percentile could comprehend.

It just matters that it happened. Expectations always move slower than facts. With interest rates at about half the record highs of , nearly 2, families today will buy new homes, more than at any time in the past four years.

This afternoon 6, young men and women will be married, and with inflation at less than half of what it was just four years ago, they can look forward with confidence to the future.

GDP growth was the highest it had been since the s. By there were 6 million fewer unemployed Americans than there were seven years before.

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Registrieren Einloggen. I still don't understand how it all happened. In this interview, the two explain how it all happened. Kristen Scott Auge um Auge. The JBM history I can tell you how it all happened.

What a deep and wonderful book this is! It tells the year day by day of writer Gabriel English as he lives, exists, in St. It's a fantastic read.

A dreamy entry for each day of the year. Vibrant friends with their own unique voices. It is not exactly the kind of book I would choose to read.

It's not poetry that you immediately recognize. But it is! So much more. How Was I really tossed this book in June? How did she describe the book to me?

A book where nothing happens. Certainly things happen but it's just the passing of time, the events in enough detail that you might consider them how you would recall memories, just enough to say you'd been there, you'd done that.

I'm not entirely sure if "This All Happened" is Gabriel's journal, it's not clear that it is, but it might be. On conversation is particularly profound, for me: " And I felt like I couldn't say anything to you because you'd take it the wrong way and write it down in that journal.

You read it. Everything you write about me is rotten. I write down things that vex me. I don't write down the good things.

Well, why don't you? Happiness is too hard to write and boring to read In a way I wish everyone would read this book. It's very human.

It has many lessons, and it's like being the third person in a silent conversation, that you are being shared with. It's a story we all know, with people we are familiar with, just enough.

It's not outrageous, it's life, but told in such a way that you know if could be your own, or a dream you might have had.

In a lot of ways it made me better about my life. But I could hardly say it was a book written for me.

It took a long time to finish, not to read. And it, the book, was filed away. I hear from her now and then, and realized I should finish reading it, so I did, in a day.

There wasn't much left. I was the best part. I think I can relate to Gabriel English, as a writer. I hope it does become a movie.

Apr 20, Laura rated it really liked it. Experiencing a moment is an inarticulate act. There are no words.

It is in the sensory world. To recall it and to put words to it is to illustrate how one remembers the past, rather than actually experiencing the past.

Keep this in mind as you read to words of others as they remember an incident. They tell stories over and over. The same story, torquing it a little, realizing a certain detail is not working, adding stuff.

And then there are the daily stories. Events that happen that she recounts. The enthusiasm behind it. They feel self-conscious to tell the story again.

They are aware of who has already heard the story. Protestants tell a story best the first time; Catholics, the last time. This book is a journal of a young writer who lives in St.

It chronicles Gabriel's daily life as he practises his craft and hangs out with his close circle of friends. It reads effortlessly and endearingly as if he aimlessly jotted things down, a format that conceals the effort that goes into such fine writing.

Gabriel emerges with all his flaws, although surely he is not as bad as his hypercritical girlfriend Lydia seems to think.

Part of the joy is the discovery of daily life for a so This book is a journal of a young writer who lives in St.

Part of the joy is the discovery of daily life for a something in the capital of Newfoundland and surrounding countryside.

Everyone knows everyone else and tolerates their flaws, a life in community that reminds me of my hometown of 20, in Ontario.

This seems to be a book that you read in snatches, perhaps at bedtime. Nov 10, Buried In Print added it Shelves: canlit. This review was deleted following Amazon's purchase of GoodReads.

The review can still be viewed via LibraryThing, where my profile can be found here. I'm also in the process of building a database at Booklikes, where I can be found here.

Aug 11, The 49th Shelf added it Shelves: fiction. One of the books that made Alison Pick want to be a writer.

Read Alison Pick's book list: Books that made me realize I needed to be a writer. Jun 23, Paul Dore rated it it was ok. I picked up this book after seeing the author at an event in Toronto.

He had such great wit and charm and was so quick on his feet and with his words. Maybe I missed something, but nothing much about the main character resonated with me.

Others seemed to enjoy this - perhaps it warrants a second read? Jan 01, copyeditcat rated it it was ok. I read this book because it's highly recommended.

Sure, Winter captures insight here and there, but overall nothing much here entertained or moved me. And writers who write about writers okay, not quite all the characters are writers or other creative types?

Enough, already! Aug 06, Michael rated it really liked it. This is St. Not a page-turner, in terms of plot, but the writing is strong and the characters are vibrant.

Jun 19, Emily Pomeroy rated it really liked it Shelves: canadian. I had never read anything by Michael Winter before but read a short story of his which led me to this book.

A story about an ordinary life and the experiences, hesitancies, love that we can relate to Really liked the landscape description too.

Apr 06, Lindsey rated it it was amazing. Again, Winter's sentences are simple poetics. Beautiful slice of life book with some lovely turns of phrases.

I've underlined several passages in this novel that have rang true for me, or just hit me right in the heart. Great humour as well. Aug 16, Ven rated it it was ok.

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