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Ot unless you like many pages spent fretting about whether Mr Norrell
Will Lend Mr Strange lend Mr Strange particular book this will he won t he theme gets a little tiresome so I ll let you know big plot spoiler he doesn t now you can skip those bits unless you like your reading to be languid leisurely luxurious learned leavened with loopy legerdemain and long long long this may not be the ne for you Jesus Christ this book reads like molasses It s like the author took every book from her Brit Lit class and consciously tried to make it wordier and longer than all The Greatest Survival Stories Ever Told: Seventeen Incredible Tales of them combined I get the point she wants to make but I honestly could not get past the second chapter It also was so incredibly pretentious The whole thing has this superior feel like having a conversation with someone who is absolutely reassuredf how much smarter they are than you It left me feeling bored stupid depressed and confused and those are four words that I do not like to associate with readingIf you really want to plow through a novel like this just go read some Charles Dickens You get used to him after a few pages and you start to like him after the first chapter Clarke however never redeems herself Book like this are not written any This feels like it should have been published in the nineteenth century and not because f the bvious setting but because Cómo ligar con esa chica que tanto te gusta y a la que le gusta otro of the remarkable writing style It is very similar to Austen s that I m sure she might have been delighted by Clarke s work Well maybe But either way novelists like this do not exist in this age unfortunately The writing has the feelf a classic but the plot has the feel Death Threat of a thoroughly charming fantasy This is a workf complete magical genius Indeed she has written it in the pastiche style f Jane Austen and Charles Dickens she has used their language style narrative techniues and masterful characterisations to create a novel that is a superb work f fantasy If Austen r Dickens strayed away from their realism novels then this is what it could look like Susanna Clarke is an absolute wonderful writer I wish there were writers like her Words literally cannot express my reverence for this novel I Although Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell turns ut to be a book I dearly love I m afraid I can t recommend it to just anyone Whether you ll like it r not will truly depend n what you expect it to be If you wish for a fast paced excitement then this book is probably not for you Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell is a blend Porter Rockwell: A Biography of meticulously researched historical fiction and imaginative fantasy sprinkled here and there with biting social comedy and written in a style similar to Austen s which isf course relevant to the age in which the story takes place the early years Satire of 19th century England The plot mainly focuses in the revivalf magic in England an art that has been long fallen into disuse but still magic in England an art that has been long fallen into disuse but still studied by many Among these people two gentlemen who actually practise the art come into the spotlight the tedious reclusive Gilbert Norrell and his pupil Jonathan Strange The story further unfurls with the appearance Deflower the Boss of a certain silver haired fairy Norrell s and Strange s involvements in the Napoleonic Wars and also the revelationf the prophecy Hebrew magic amulets of The Raven King in all its mythical grandeurJS MN is a long meandering read that needs to be slowly savored not to be rushed I started reading it feeling a little bit wary myselfthe first hundred pages being undeniably dragging But I soon came to a certain point where something just clicked and from theren it was almost impossible to put it down This book is ver 1000 pages long and yet as I close the book in completion I asked myself f how 1000 pages could seemingly be so terribly shortFor me who end up liking this book JS MN is a true charmer compelling in all its subtlety imaginative witty and beautifully written Clarke has a flair in language use She employs the right words at all the right moments to make us feel exactly what she intends us to feel and see exactly what she wants us to see With this ability at hands she creates a fine balance Being There of myths magic history warfare politic and mundane domestic life Clarke treats magic as anbject هذه بلادنا: الجواء of study in the truest sense Some partsf the book read like an academic essay with long studious arguments Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom of why such and such magic canr cannot be done various citations from the works f great magicians long dead and insanely lengthy footnotes which people ever so ften think as annoying distractions yet I found them really fun to read She also has a perfect grasp about the age in which her characters are living Thus her writing comes ff convincingly like a product f 19th century British literature though it has the virtue Witness to the Martyrdom: John Taylor's Personal Account of the Last Days of the Prophet Joseph Smith of being comprehensible perfectly written with all theld spe. 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If a novel f nearly 900 pages Can Be Summarised In One be summarised in ne then Jonathan Strange Mr Norrell may I think be described as a stately sly witty intricate comic retelling f Dracula with digressions and very little blood Count Dracula takes life from beautiful young ladies enslaves them enchants them enraptures them steals them away into his wn twilight ops sorry vampire world they become something ther than what they were undead not alive yet not dead creatures which do his bidding the company I work for does something uite similar so it appears to be legal In Jonathan Strange Mr Norrell a fairy does exactly the same thing but there s no blood involved just a little magic In Dracula it takes uite a while before the heroes realise what s happening to their gorgeous young women in both books the gorgeousness is emphasised I do like that you know since they re imaginary why can t
they be drop dead too hmm probably the wrong phrase But compared with be drop dead too hmm probably the wrong phrase But compared with Strange and Mr Norrell the Dracula boys are uick n the uptake Because we re past page 600 before the penny drops in this ne THE ARBITRARINESS OF MAGICOne f my problems with this giant enfolding fog f a book is the nature f magic itself In Dracula Van Helsing lays ut the rules about vampires for the readers they can do this but they can t do that sunlight shape shifting silver crosses all f that He later wrote the Observer Book Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the American Cowboy in Song, Story and Verse of Vampires Heinemann 1911 and it s all in there The rules are the rules Many young leary vampires have been struckff for thinking that they were too cool for rules Governing committee You were seen buying maximum factor sunblock in Superdrug three Saturdays in a rowYoung cool vampire Yeah well my girlfriend wants me to go camping with her family next weekGoverning committee Under section 3 subsection 2 paragraph B I hereby strike you Set Theory, Logic and Their Limitations off thefficial list f vampiresYCV But butGC Beat it kid don t waste ur time This is a serious business But there are no rules for magic at least none discernable The rule seems to be sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn t Mr Strange goes to war to help the English fight Napoleon Boney In Portugal he is able to create good Roads Where Only Mud where nly mud exist for the English Army to march down Later he is able to make magical hands arise from the earth and entangle the French troops but he doesn t do any magic to prevent the English troops being massacred by cannonballs and artillery what no magical winds available to blow the cannonballs ff course But pardon Mr Strange elsewhere don t you say that weather magic is the easiest sort to do So whyever not Well we are not told He never thinks The Stringbean Murders of doing it never thinksf alleviating the English troops suffering Susanna Clark says in an interview that she wished to show that people s romantic أساطير شعبية من قلب جزيرة العرب: الجزء الرابع orver Stricken (Asphalt Cowboys, optimistic notionsf magic were to be disappointed by the unsatisfactoriness The Sporty Game of her versionf magic I take that argument it s a good American Yakuza II one but it does not solve the difficultyf arbitrariness and the lack Inventions That Changed the World: Working Wonders of any rulesr boundariesWhen anything can happen and then at some Love Onboard: Cupid's Caribbean Cruise other point for unknown reasons the same thing can t happen the elementf tension simply disappears in a cloud Vertical Mind: Psychological Approaches for Optimal Rock Climbing of smoke poof As if by magic BIPOLARITYI thought that the villain in this novel was certainly suffering from undiagnosed bipolar disorder Alas that the story took place in the 1810s when mood stabilising medication had not yet been developed If the gentleman with the thistledown hair had been prescribed Carbamazepine Lamotriginer Lithium I am uite sure the whole thing with the ladies would have never happened and the misunderstanding and antagonisms between him and the two magicians would never have arisen in the first place STYLEIt has been said this novel is like Dickens It is not Those who say that have not read Dickens Do not believe themIt is said that this novel is like Jane Austen Okay with your left eye closed and your right eye suinched up and tilting the novel at a slight angle then yes it is But don t say it too loudly Blood Love or Jane Austen fans might beat you lightly with their lace doileysPACINGThe good news the story definitely picks up around page 650 That is the good newsSHOULD YOU READ THIS BOOKFor readers thinking about giving thisne a go you should know a few things Half f this novel is uite a bit longer than most ther novels so unless you like slow laborious build ups this is not the magical euivalent f uentin Tarantino s Kill Bill intricate fake scholarly footnotes recounting mad details about non existent books people folk tales all pseudo erudite tomfoolery calculated to flesh ut the magical world whilst at the same time giving the reader many large winks along the lines aren t we having some scholarly fun Isn t this a thinking person s ho. İngiltere'ye iki büyücü gelecekİlki benden korkacak ikincisi beni görme özlemiyle yanacakİlkini hırsızlar ve katiller yönetecek ikincisi kendi yıkımında suç rtağı lacakİlki kalbini karanlık bir rmanda karlar altına gömecek ama yine de sızladığını hi.