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The Daydreaming Boy Reading The Daydreaming Boy Micheline Aharonian Marcom Xxlhuge.eu Micheline Aharonian Marcom S Acclaimed Debut, Three Apples Fell From Heaven, Was A New York Times Notable Book, A Los Angeles Times And Washington Post Best Book Of The Year, And An Intensely Poetic Washington Post Book World Novel Praised For Both Its Beautiful Prose And The Casual Candor With Which It Depicted The Horrors Of 1915 1917 Armenian Genocide Her Follow Up, Dealing With The Persistent Emotional Aftermath Of The Genocide, Likewise Has Earned Extraordinary Praise For Its Fluid Prose And Haunting Imagery, Which Articulate The Painfully Clear And Brutal Memories Of The Destruction Of A People.

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • The Daydreaming Boy
  • Micheline Aharonian Marcom
  • English
  • 02 March 2018
  • 1594480753

10 thoughts on “The Daydreaming Boy


  1. says:

    Been a while since I read this, but something brought it to mind lately The writing in this book is quite artistic, given to run on sentences and the like The story is not presented linearly there are back and forth shifts from the protagonist s childhood and adulthood The book reads like an artistic memoir The artistic ness of the writing was a positive ...


  2. says:

    This fast paced, difficult to read content wise book is perhaps best summed up by the San Francisco Chronicle as Beautiful, brutal, and unsettling until the end Marcom s seamless, ethereal prose is suffused with raw emotion there is heartbreak on every page, but also hope I don t usually agree with quotes but on th...


  3. says:

    I first read Micheline Aharonian Marcom s novel The Daydreaming Boy about eight years ago and have taught the book regularly since, usually in a MFA level prose literature course Writers and readers both have much to gain from this novel In terms of form and style, the book is highly experimental, drawing on a range of modernist and meta fictional techniques However, the novel reads fresh, original, and never feels gimmicky In fact, it packs an emotional punch driven as it is by an intense I first read Micheline Aharonian Marcom s novel The Daydreaming Boy about eight years ago and have taught the book regularly since, usually in a MFA level prose literature course Writers and readers both have much to gain from this novel In terms of form and style, the book is highly experimental, drawing on a range of modernist and meta fictional techniques However, the novel reads fresh, original, and never feels gimmicky ...


  4. says:

    With all the hype I read on this book, I thought it was going to be gripping Not so much I thought the prose was awful, and frankly, I m surprised that I finished it at all Along with the bad prose, the character development, if you can call it that, was very weak.


  5. says:

    2005 PEN Center USA Fiction Award Winner


  6. says:

    One of those books you keep returning to Not to make you feel any better about life, but to remind you life s not granted to make you feel any better.


  7. says:

    Finally a worthwhile piece of 21st century lit.

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