Droga serca

Droga serca

M. John Harrison Robert Waliś / Feb 17, 2020
Droga serca John M Harrison stworzy niezwyk ponadgatunkow opowie w kt rej splata mitologi z seksualno ci oraz niespokojn przesz o ci i tera niejszo ci Europy Wschodniej Wszystko zaczyna si pewnego upalnego ma
  • Title: Droga serca
  • Author: M. John Harrison Robert Waliś
  • ISBN: 9788374804271
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Hardcover
  • John M Harrison stworzy niezwyk , ponadgatunkow opowie , w kt rej splata mitologi z seksualno ci oraz niespokojn przesz o ci i tera niejszo ci Europy Wschodniej Wszystko zaczyna si pewnego upalnego majowego wieczora, gdy troje student w Cambridge odprawia rytua , kt ry zmienia ich ycie Po latach adne z nich nie pami ta, co dok adnie si wtedy wydarzy o, jednJohn M Harrison stworzy niezwyk , ponadgatunkow opowie , w kt rej splata mitologi z seksualno ci oraz niespokojn przesz o ci i tera niejszo ci Europy Wschodniej Wszystko zaczyna si pewnego upalnego majowego wieczora, gdy troje student w Cambridge odprawia rytua , kt ry zmienia ich ycie Po latach adne z nich nie pami ta, co dok adnie si wtedy wydarzy o, jednak nad ich zamglonymi wspomnieniami unosi si przyt aczaj ca groza.Pam Stuyvesant jest epileptyczk , kt r nawiedzaj dziwaczne zmys owe wizje Jej m Lucas wierzy, i prze laduje go kar owaty stw r Samozwa czy mag Yaxley wpada w obsesj na punkcie innej rzeczywisto ci, przera aj cej i nieuchwytnej Pozornie najmniej do wiadczony przez los uczestnik rytua u dr czony woni r usi uje pom c swoim przyjacio om uciec przed cierpieniem, kt re ogarn o ich ycie.
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      • M. John Harrison Robert Waliś

        aka Gabriel King with Jane Johnson Michael John Harrison was born in Rugby, Warwickshire in 1945 and now lives in London.Harrison is stylistically an Imagist and his early work relies heavily on the use of strange juxtapositions characteristic of absurdism.


    1. M John Harrison, in an ideal world, would be acclaimed by all and sundry as one of our greatest writers As it is his works are not as widely known as they should be.Harrison started life as a Science Fiction writer, moved into fantasy with his Viriconium sequence of which In Viriconium stands as a kind of masterpiece and then, in the late 80 s there was a shift into what I can only call magical realism The Course of the Heart is of the latter strand and is a quite wonderful book Harrison, beginn [...]

    2. An odd little book difficult to get into, at times difficult to follow, and, for me at least, difficult to finish And yet I m glad that I stuck with it It has a dense, poetical rhythm that while sometimes infuriatingly obtuse ended up being greatly affecting The Course of the Heart follows a group of three college friends who, after performing a byzantine magic ritual the precise nature of which none of them can remember, find their lives slowly unraveling over the course of the next twenty year [...]

    3. Dense almost unbearably sad and horrifying work by Harrison, one of his better novels up there with Light and In Viriconium Gnostic speculation on unraveling lives, a definate Lynchian feel throughout I don t mean this as a cop out cheap adjective, I think my comparison holds up Maybe it is a cop out as I can t even begin to explain this book, so I guess read it and judge, but you should definately read it.

    4. Beautifully written in that prose that only Harrison can manage at once pin sharp and elusive Like crystallised smoke One of the very few writers who can create a credible sense of the numinous, the otherworldly Partly because he s also so acute on the banalities, the slow rot of sad lives Mesmerising, frightening, transfiguring, awesome Must read it again.

    5. A gnostic tale that hits you like a kick in the gut Harrison s bleak narrative centers around epilepsy, sex, magic, medieval legend, cancer, car crashes, and how badly fantasy can hurt If you re the kind of reader whose biggest wish is still to get a letter from Hogwarts, or topically to find out about your destiny as the lost heir of an ancient kingdom, etc etc then don t read this book Don t read it unless you want to grow up.Like many readers of this book, when I was finished I would up sort [...]

    6. Jodeme, este libro me recuerda a los de Clive Barker esto a mi parecer no es bueno ni malo necesariamente, sino inesperado a pesar de hay menos de horror y m s de melanc lico El coraz n en esta vida que parpadea espejo, ancla, luz, asesino Me gust , pero todav a sent a que algo faltaba he llegado a la pleroma sin entenderla.Tambi n uno de los cuentos que integran el volumen Things That Never Happen The Quarry casi palabra a palabra aparece en el octavo cap tulo de la novela Es una cosa que me fr [...]

    7. In the most general sense this is the story of an unfortunate couple plagued by the mysterious consequences of a barely eluded to ritual performed during their college years, told through the eyes of their friend, who was part of their ritual and who, unlike them, suffers no consequences The story here seems to be almost beside the point, though, and what we get is a very intricate, extremely idiosyncratic portrait of these two very extreme people In what little I ve read of Harrison at this poi [...]

    8. Just don t The book is trying so hard to be a piece of art that any story that may have originally sparked it just gets lost amid the author s cleverness Yes, it did deserve the quotations I only made it through the first section and a bit into the second about 80 pages or so , but I was struggling under the insane amount of description for the sake of description from the very beginning There were at least three scenes in memory that actually went into detail about the conversations of the peop [...]

    9. I recently re read this bizarre, brilliant, poetic and haunting novel I still don t fully understand it all, and I still struggle to work out the picture that the narrative mosaic gradually assembles However, it is so moving and imaginative that I find I m not overly concerned with details There is some beautiful writing here, and while some of it is a little decorative, the level of observation and insight elsewhere dwarfs that of acclaimed realists I had a boyfriend like Yaxley Thankfully, we [...]

    10. This book straddles the line between weird fiction and literary fiction, and for that it comes widely regarded The front cover has blurbs from two authors I love very much, Iain M Banks and China Mieville, so in theory I ought have devoured this book with great relish The problem is that it represents everything I hate about literature, as conceived by those with their literary noses firmly pointed up in the air It focuses on characters I found utterly unsympathetic and irredeemably annoying, wo [...]

    11. As someone who greatly enjoys both classic literature and speculative fiction, I was greatly disappointed by The Course of the Heart, which promised to meld the two The writing is overwrought and frequently incoherent The reader is given no motivation whatsoever to continue reading the book the characters are interchangeable madmen, unsympathetic and bereft of will Their background is withheld throughout in a fashion that would be maddening, if the reader could be brought to care No foundation i [...]

    12. A sad story, beautifully told in true M John Harrison style It was interesting reading this just after Things That Never Happen because familiar sentences, paragraphs, even entire short stories were woven into the novel In that new context, they sometimes took on entirely different meanings Something like Winter s Tale and something like Umberto Eco.

    13. It s difficult to write about the inexplicable and make it work An excellent, literary read Very thought provoking Some may not like this one because there is little that is truly explained, but for those who don t mind a little mystery, this is an excellent novel Why have I not read any M John Harrison before

    14. After so many years I am still unsure of this book what to make of it, what it means, how it has effected me in the quarter century since I first read it.I was proud of having bought and read this novel, it was my first properly adult book, not pulp fantasy, sci fi or a drug book like Burroughs.I think I was impressed with what it hid Many writers up until the 50s would quote phrases in Latin or French so to underline a point they were making, and leave the phrase untranslated, as if it were unt [...]

    15. The plot seems to have no real point other than the pain and frustration at the toils of everyday life The characters have had one real shot at happiness, but it was magickal and brief For fans of Aleister Crowley Seriously

    16. No pierdan los amigos que recomiendan buenos libros Dos grandes recomendadores de libros Felipe y Cristian me dijeron que lo leyera y debo decirles gracias Esta peque a joya de un fant stico poco com n entrelaza elementos del gnosticismo, la historia, la sexualidad, la filosof a y el terror El libro narra los sucesos que pueden ocurrir en el paso de un Pleroma un mundo de lo invisible y absoluto trascendente a un Kenoma mundo de lo visible sensible a trav s de las experiencias de cuatro personaj [...]

    17. Originally published on my blog here in January 2002.Three undergraduates, under the guidance of one of the tutors, perform an occult ritual in a Cambridge field In later years, even though none of them can quite remember what happened or what they actually did, the experience continues to haunt them They spend their lives trying to escape it, trying to have lives which do not centre around this disturbing event.Harrison portrays the world of the occult as sleazy and sordid, where unpleasant imm [...]

    18. Ilmeisen taiteellinen ja viel ilmeisemmin mit nsanomaton romaani Monet hyv t arvostelijat ovat varmasti ihan eri mielt Se heille suotakoon.Luulen lukeneeni teoksen jo toiseen kertaan oli matkalukemisena mutten ole ihan varma Mik my s kuvannee tekstin l htem tt m sti mieleenpainuvaa luonnetta P m r t nt jaarittelua ja itsetarkoituksellista hienostelua ilman henke ja sis lt En yritt m ll k n keksi mit kirjailija tarkoitti opuksellaan sanoa Kaikki on katoavaista Kuinka originellia.En osaa luokitell [...]

    19. I liked this a lot better last time I read it, in my early twenties I ve just finished reading Harrison s SF novel Nova Swing and the similarities are quite striking despite the difference in difference and the 15 years between these books In both, sad, lost protagonists are trying to find meaning out of something that is either meaningless or ultimately elusive, and in both books most of the protagonists die, but not before they get ill and vomit a lot It struck me just how much vomiting there [...]

    20. Beguiling, mysterious and utterly brilliant It s a kinda spooky, mystical horror story but that doesn t really cover it Harrison has this uncanny knack of blending fantastical concepts and we re not talking magic swords and bearded wizards here with a realistic portrayal of the world we live in Here magic is chaotic, unreliable, earthy, sometimes sordid and no one seems to be fully aware of what they are involved in Moments of real sadness and beauty unfold against a backdrop of impeccably rende [...]

    21. The Course of the Heart was difficult to start, and difficult to continue reading It is a book that I feel is mostly composed of tone and emotional experience rather than plotting or even characterization Though I had difficulties with most of the book, by the last three chapters I felt as if I understood clearly what was happening The ending was very affecting, with many of the images introduced early on having wormed their way into my subconscious, only to be revisited in the most despairing f [...]

    22. Perhaps this is my new favorite book, although not because it made me feel good Hope and helplessness intermingle with transcendence.Update March 2010 I have seriously downgraded my opinion of this book after reading The Green Round and a few other stories by Arthur Machen I knew that Course of the Heart originally started out as a short story called The Great God Pan , which presumably carried a large Machen influence since he had written a story of the same title around the turn of the 20th ce [...]

    23. Three college friends engage in a ritual that is supposed to put them in touch with the Pleroma, the totality of the powers that govern humanity What they get back is strange, individualized, and life changing though how is anyone s guess This book is steeped in Gnostic philosophy, the language is gorgeous The relationships between the characters are moving and genuine I ve never really cared for Gnosticism The idea of the Pleroma annoys me, so this book wasn t for me If you re interested in tho [...]

    24. Extra points for originality, but really, you could do a lot better simply reading The Great God Pan, a short novella by the same author with the names of the main characters changed All the good stuff is there However, if you love the novella as I did this book will calm your jonesing for I don t think anything is ever resolved, but the tale certainly goes a lot deeper This is a meticulously crafted story, with beautiful prose and descriptions Very interesting, a good read, although somewhat q [...]

    25. A mysterious and entrancing book The action revolves around the life of three friends, linked by an incident that occurred when they were students Heavily influenced by an Aleister Crowley like figure, we may be seeing actual magical events or the products of impressionable and over imaginative minds.What kept me turning the pages were the wonderful descriptions of people and places people you might meet, and places you might visit M John Harrison has a simply wonderful way with words I ve read [...]

    26. Based on the subject matter and premise, I thought I would like this book a lot However it failed to come together for me The story was just sad and slow and boring, not as gripping and magical and sexy as the dust jacket would have you believe I will admit that Harrison is truly a genius with prose His writing is beautiful and unique and very touching There are a couple passages, especially the prologue, that really stand out for me as exquisite writing Nonetheless, this book was a letdown.

    27. I just plain didn t find this book as genius as others might have It s entirely anti climactic, and I do not read books to escape , but I do need to be captured in some sense, hooked and wooed on The moments that actually involved the fantastic and surreal were glazed over, easily missed, which meant the bulk of the narration was largely about the tedious, the circling dramas of these three friends sort of four friends lives It was extremely difficult to keep on, if not impossible sometimes Thus [...]

    28. Reread this thing and was no good for reading, and scarcely for life, for the next few days just as usual on experiencing this book.The copy was a new one, obtained because it mentioned an illustrator Actually, there is only a cover illustration, not interior ones I already own the hardback with the Dave McKean cover Okay, covers and secondary characteristics of books matter to me Read The Course of the Heart at your own, possible, peril If pleroma has a meaning for you, you may undergo some blo [...]

    29. An interesting entry into the secret ritual in the woods when we were in college, I found TCotH to be both slightly over and under written Surely the impressionistic style worked toward the horror, but some of the day to day scenery and dealings were evasive I found myself wondering where everyone was I wanted an explicit investigation of that ritual Many of the passages are beautifully written, even poetic.

    30. Wow, what a waste of time This too clever narrative is full of a rabbit hole of small anecdotes, if you can call them that, that add up to a whole bunch of nothing The author is obviously making love to the thesaurus I know I am not the most highbrow reader, but I feel like I can tell when the pretense is trumped up, and in this case it certainly is A few bits made me smirk but if that s all the nice things I can say about 200 pages I might as well have played bejeweled for 8 hours.

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