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The Man Who Saw Everything KINDLE The Man Who Saw Everything Author Deborah Levy Abb2.ebdcs.co.uk An Electrifying Novel About Beauty, Envy, And Carelessness From Deborah Levy, Author Of The Booker Prize Finalists Hot Milk And Swimming Home.It Is 1988 And Saul Adler, A Narcissistic Young Historian, Has Been Invited To Communist East Berlin To Do Research In Exchange, He Must Publish A Favorable Essay About The German Democratic Republic As A Gift For His Translator S Sister, A Beatles Fanatic Who Will Be His Host, Saul S Girlfriend Will Shoot A Photograph Of Him Standing In The Crosswalk On Abbey Road, An Homage To The Famous Album Cover As He Waits For Her To Arrive, He Is Grazed By An Oncoming Car, Which Changes The Trajectory Of His Life The Man Who Saw Everything Is About The Difficulty Of Seeing Ourselves And Others Clearly It Greets The Specters That Come Back To Haunt Old And New Love, Previous And Current Incarnations Of Europe, Conscious And Unconscious Transgressions, And Real And Imagined Betrayals, While Investigating The Cyclic Nature Of History And Its Reinvention By People In Power Here, Levy Traverses The Vast Reaches Of The Human Imagination While Artfully Blurring Sexual And Political Binaries Feminine And Masculine,

10 thoughts on “The Man Who Saw Everything

  1. says:

    For those readers who need to be on sure and certain ground in their reading, this latest Deborah Levy novel is not for them Levy makes few compromises here, she raises many questions and often than not declines to provide any answers, there are nebulous, fragmented, uncertain and unreliable realities, memories and history In 1

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    I was intrigued and puzzled from the very first paragraph beginning in London, 1988.Saul Adler says I was thinking about how Jennifer Moreau had told me I was never to describe her beauty, not to her, or to anyone else When I asked her why I was silenced in this way, she said, Because you only have old words to describe me This was on my

  3. says:

    Deborah Levy s new novel certainly tells a captivating story, but what makes this book so fantastic is her smashing ha narrative concept Our narrator is Saul, a British historian and expert on Eastern European communism After his girlfriend Jennifer breaks up with him, 28 year old Saul travels to the GDR as part of his research It s 1988, but myste

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    My sincere thanks to Netgalley and Bloomsbury Publishing for an advanced reading copy of this book, in exchange for this honest review I m not quite sure why or how Levy has emerged as one of my favorite authors I have now read almost everything she s ever published the one exception being Diary of a Steak, which I finally tracked down a reasonably priced co

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    In three days I was travelling to East Germany, the GDR, to research cultural opposition to the rise of fascism in the 1930s at the Humboldt University Although my German was reasonably fluent they had assigned me a translator His name was Walter M ller I was to stay for two weeks in East Berlin with his mother and sister, who had offered me a room in their teneme

  6. says:

    3.5 Charming and funny but possibly slight than it imagines it is and perhaps a bit cute.

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    To start with a disclaimer I think most readers would agree that there are some authors who write in a way that somehow, maybe not easily explained, ticks all the boxes for them Deborah Levy is such a writer for me When I read what Levy writes, I can almost feel my brain being re wired to open up new possibilities.Interviewed in April 2018 by The Guardian, Deborah Levy ended by saying

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    Hello, Saul How s it going I m trying to cross the road, I replied Yes, she said, you ve been trying to cross the road for thirty years but stuff happened on the way The Beatles album Abbey Road the recording sessions for which were the last in which all four participated famously has on its cover no words but just a photograph, taken in August 1969, of the fab four crossing a zebra cross

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    2.5 rounded upI m a massive fan of Deborah Levy s nonfiction but her fiction seems to miss the mark in terms of what I look for in a novel The Man Who Saw Everything opens with our protagonist, Saul, at Abbey Road, his girlfriend taking a photo of him at the infamous zebra crossing The story then jumps around between locations and time frames a lot which I found pretty confusing and...

  10. says:

    Deborah Levy has written yet another great book I probably need to have read it slower in order to get all the time references clearer and to even appreciate it, but I just can t with Levy, she s just too compulsively readable Loved it Thank you Random House and Edelweiss for the ARC

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