Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know

Publicado el julio de 2019 Normal (Libro) en inglés
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    • In Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know Colm Tóibín turns his incisive gaze to three of Ireland's greatest writers, Oscar Wilde, W. B. Yeats and James Joyce, and their earliest influences: their fathers. From Wilde's doctor father, a brilliant statistician and amateur archaeologist, who was taken to court by an obsessed lover in a strange premonition of what would happen to his son; to Yeats' father, an impoverished artist and brilliant letter-writer who could never finish apainting; to John Stanislus Joyce, a singer, drinker and... Ver más

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    SINOPSIS Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know

    In Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know Colm Tóibín turns his incisive gaze to three of Ireland's greatest writers, Oscar Wilde, W. B. Yeats and James Joyce, and their earliest influences: their fathers. From Wilde's doctor father, a brilliant statistician and amateur archaeologist, who was taken to court by an obsessed lover in a strange premonition of what would happen to his son; to Yeats' father, an impoverished artist and brilliant letter-writer who could never finish apainting; to John Stanislus Joyce, a singer, drinker and story-teller, a man unwilling to provide for his large family, whom his son James memorialised in his work.
    Colm Tóibín illuminates not only the complex relationships between three of the greatest writers in the English language and their fathers, but also illustrates the surprising ways they surface in their work.

    RESUMEN Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know

    'There is something interesting and intriguing to be found on almost every page' Guardian

    'A father . . . is a necessary evil.' Stephen Dedalus in Ulysses

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    In Mad, Bad, Dangerous to Know Colm Tóibín turns his incisive gaze to three of Ireland's greatest writers, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats and James Joyce, and their earliest influences: their fathers. From Wilde's doctor father, a brilliant statistician and amateur archaeologist, who was taken to court by an obsessed lover in a strange premonition of what would happen to his son; to Yeats' father, an impoverished artist and brilliant letter-writer who could never finish apainting; to John Stanislus Joyce, a singer, drinker and story-teller, a man unwilling to provide for his large family, whom his son James memorialised in his work.

    Colm Tóibín illuminates not only the complex relationships between three of the greatest writers in the English language and their fathers, but also illustrates the surprising ways they surface in their work

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    'Toibin has a hawk-like eye for literary subtleties, and a generosity towards his subjects that is warm and unacademic.' The Sunday Times

    'Full of insight and intrigue' Observer

    'Searching, funny, generous' Irish Times

    'Subtle, witty and often deeply moving' New Statesman

    DetallesMad, Bad, Dangerous to Know

    • Editor Penguin
    • Fecha de lanzamiento julio 2019
    • EAN 978-0241354421
    • ISBN 9780241354421

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    • Formato ePub
    • Editor Penguin
    • Fecha de lanzamiento octubre 2018
    • EAN 9780241354438
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