Pitch Dark Review Ó 106

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Pitch DarkNe yea Pitch Dark is the story of the end of a love affair—a story that in Renata Adler’s brilliant telling becomes a richly diffracted illuminating investigation of an exceptional woman After a nine year affair with Jake a married man Kate Ennis decides to escape She takes off loo.

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King for something beautiful and uiet by the sea but finds herself in a Pitch Dark and driving rain on a lonely Irish road It is only months later that she learns that she may have committed a crime but by then she is home once negotiating with Jake for time for attention and for love..

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Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Born in Milan Italy Adler grew up in Danbury Connecticut after her parents had fled Nazi Germany in After attending Bryn Mawr The Sorbonne and Harvard she became a staff writer reporter for The New Yorker She later received her JD from Yale Law School and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from Georgetown UniversityAdler’s essays and articles have been collected in Toward a Radical Mid.

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  • Brian

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch DarkIn her interview with Alice Gregory in the June 2013 edition of The Believer Renata Adler talks about how a critic once wrote about her work This person writes so badly that it sets your teeth on edge Adler found this particular critiue of her work to be fair and balanced the writer gave specific examples of Adler's writing in her piece Those examples happened to be Adler's favorite parts the best she felt she could achieve so it was clear that it was a case of her work just not being this critic's particular cup of tea But I'd like to take that sentence rework it and make it my own This person writes so beautifully that it sets my teeth on edgeAdler's Pitch Dark is uniue in its structure profound in its meaning heartbreaking in its telling I can


  • Melanie

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch DarkIs it always the same story then Somebody loves and somebody doesn't or loves less or loves someone else Or someone is a good soul and someone a villain And there are just these episodes anecdotes places pauses hailings of cabs overcomings of obstacles or instances of being overcome by them illnesses accidents recoveries wars desires welcomings rebuffs baskings rare not so long pinings freuent perhaps and longer actions failures to act hesitations proliferations endings of the line until there is death Well no I have a wonderful fond memory about love and trust and booksHow could you not fall in love with a book like thatThe blue est book that I have ever read Blue in all its var


  • Jonathan

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch DarkA wonderful book and I defer to the superior skills of the other GR reviewers who have reviewed this already and so well I will however as is becoming something of a schtick look at a short sentence of hers to demonstrate her craft Here are five versions of the same sentence 1 By accident did I throw the most important thing away 2 Did I by accident throw the most important thing away 3 Did I throw by accident the most important thing away 4 Did I throw the most important thing by accident away 5 Did I throw the most important thing away by accident Note how the emphasis differs for each how the focus of the meaning is slightly different in each and how the music alters Some are likely in everyday speech some are unusual Adler chose number 4 This is both the least usual of the formulations one that almost trips over the by accident and the one that is the most interes


  • Stephen P

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch DarkWe were running flat out The opening was dazzling The middle was dazzling It was like a steeplechase composed entirely of hurdlesBut that would not be a steeplechase at all It would


  • Aubrey

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch Dark But the nearest analogue as a business to the law lies not in business but in the military as it prepares for warThere was all the difference in the world between the beneficiaries of what they were on the boards of and anyone who actually depended on them How many thought that she was going to be raped Seriously though The narrator goes off by herself to a foreign country only to drive around in the middle of the night and interact with a lot of shifty men and not once during the whole of it does she get raped Her thought processes and justified paranoia focus on


  • Vipassana

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch DarkThis is not a book about the end of an affair It is about a brilliant woman Kate Ennis and an affair that she has We know very little about the man in the affair Jake which reinforces my notion that this is not a book about the affair Even after it ends Kate seems to still have this affair she seems to possess it It seems like she has it in a jar and watches And is she in the jar Is she out of it When the clouds shift for one moment or for several moments and there is a possibility for action with absolutely no ingredient of reluctance – any action shopping playing tennis getting out of bed – when there is a sense of the capacity to act without any eual and dialectical incapacity to act or desire not to when the urge to move is for a moment some moments freed of the urge t


  • Abby

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch Dark How could I know that every time you had a chance to choose you would choose the other thingThis is a book about heartbreak But it isn't a conventional novel about the end of a years long affair between a journalist and a married man Like Speedboat Renata Adler's brilliant first novel it is a story told in fragments an accumulation of thoughts incidents conversations and most notably a long for Adler nightmarish section describing a pitch dark night


  • MJ Nicholls

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch DarkI was zipping along with this novel for a while appreciating the frenetic felicity of her style then we lapsed into an extremely long ramble around rural Ireland and my interest suddenly leapt off a cliff This being the one novel I poached from Munich’s tremendous English language bookshop The Munich Readery run by an American with a stock including Barth Barthelme Cortazar et al I am fairly peeved


  • Ian Scuffling

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch DarkI think I may have been in an odd headspace for the second half of Renata Adler’s Pitch Dark as my partner and I received the saddening news that our 14 year old cat is terminally ill with


  • Ademption

    Pitch Dark Review Ó 106 Pitch DarkWhen someone needs an ear rather than problem solving I listen and don't give advice Generally people don't want advice They want to ventilate their hearts make their own choices and have these choices affirmed Friends and loved ones expect this Renate Adler asks the reader for a novel length session of this pose listening to the narrator feel overwhelmed by tiny problems when she actually wants to spin her wheels about her married man problemI was biased I set out to like this one than Speedboat because Pitch Dark has a cohesive narrati