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!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Winter  ⚣ Author Ali Smith – Sunkgirls.info Read Winter Ali Smith Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk WINTER Bleak Frosty Wind, Earth As Iron, Water As Stone, So The Old Song Goes And Now Art S Mother Is Seeing Things.Come To Think Of It, Art S Seeing Things Himself.When Four People, Strangers And Family, Converge On A Fifteen Bedroom House In Cornwall For Christmas, Will There Be Enough Room For Everyone Winter It Makes Things Visible In Ali Smith S Winter,life Force Matches Up To The Toughest Of The Seasons In This Second Novel In Her Seasonal Cycle, The Follow Up To Her Sensational Autumn,Smith S Shapeshifting Novel Casts A Warm, Wise, Merry And Uncompromising Eye Over A Post Truth Era In A Story Rooted In History And Memory And With A Taproot Deep In The Evergreens, Art And Love.


10 thoughts on “Winter

  1. Neil Neil says:

    Ok, so I am biased and it may be that Ali Smith gets an extra star simply for being Ali Smith But, even then, when you stop to consider what Smith has done in this second book of her seasonal quartet, it is breathtaking Ali Smith has her own unique style Given her very obvious love for Dickens and all things Dickensian, I wanted to say her style is Smithsonian, but someone else ha


  2. Esil Esil says:

    Winter is the second book I ve read by Ali Smith Public Library and Other Stories was the first one Both times I had to recalibrate my brain according to the following rules in order to enjoy the reading experience Slow down the book is short but you can t speed through it Give in to the lack of linearity allow yourself to float and flit in time Open up to the impressionistic feel of the s


  3. Simon Simon says:

    I ve so many thoughts I can t quite sum up the brilliance of Ali Smith s Winter other than by saying it s blown me away It s like a great conversation that makes you think all the thoughts I ve loved it I ll review properly when my brain stops fizzing from the immediacy of reading it I ve so many thoughts I can t quite sum up the brilliance of Ali Smith s Winter other than by saying it s blown me a


  4. Paul Fulcher Paul Fulcher says:

    OK I surrender Upgraded to 5 stars as Ali Smith has made complete fools of us all, myself included.Everyone spent so long looking for micro links between the two novels, no one at least not in any review on GR as at 9 November 2017 had spotted other than as the merest teasing hint the glaring and very explicit link between the two books the Daniel Sophie tryst in Paris that is in the first pages of Autumn a


  5. Gumble& Gumble& says:

    This isn t a ghost story, though it s the dead of winter when it happens, a bright sunny post millennial global warming Christmas Christmas, too, dead and it s about real things really happening in the real world involving real people in real time on the real earth uh huh, earth, also dead And here s another version of what was happening that morning, as if from a novel in which Sophia is the kind of character she


  6. Cheri Cheri says:

    4.5 StarsGod was dead to begin with And romance was dead Chivalry was dead Poetry, the novel, painting, they were all dead, and art was dead Theatre and cinema were both dead Literature was dead The book was dead Love was dead.Death was dead.A great many things were dead.Some, though, weren t, or weren t dead yet Imagine being haunted by the ghosts of all these dead things Imagine being haunted by the ghost of a flower No, i


  7. Wen Wen says:

    Ali Smith once again smitten me with the second installment of her Seasonal Quartet Winter, and left me in awe It will be among my top Christmas book recommendations going forward Well, I didn t get to read it until the U.S release after the new year The book was all about Christmas visiting family, guests, lights, snow, loads of food, holly, Christmas tree, but none of these reminded me of a traditional picture perfect white Christm


  8. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    This is a very well written book It is thought provoking, intelligent and intriguing as would be expected of a book shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize Sadly though much of it went over my head and as a result I was unable to appreciate it as much as many other people do.Many of the characters like Lux and Sophia were interesting but they were not fully formed The author floated a fact here and a bit of history there and I was never satisfie


  9. Michael Michael says:

    This entry by Smith puts a quirky dysfunctional family into a tale of stock taking and personal evolution in the context of a holiday gathering in Cornwall at Christmas It has a bit of the comic flavor of the Thanksgiving movie Home for the Holidays complemented by a lot of internal monologue, flashbacks, and fantasies, all played out against the sobering background of a society polarized by Brexit, populist isolationism, the refugee crisis, and envir


  10. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    I think this is very, very good and I love it very, very much Video review coming soon.


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