Written in English
|LC Classifications||PS3554.U279 B75 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||2015037489|
Brightfellow (The Golden Greek) - Kindle edition by Ducornet, Rikki. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Brightfellow (The Golden Greek)/5(3). “In Brightfellow, Ducornet reveals strangeness in the most basic circumstances of life, flooding them in new light.”— Kenyon Review “Beautifully done, Brightfellow is a tiny, but surprisingly complex, gem.” —Powell's, "Staff Picks" “Writer, poet, and artist Ducornet does things with words most authors would never even dream ofBrand: Coffee House Press. Rikki Ducornet has 48 books on Goodreads with ratings. Rikki Ducornet’s most popular book is Beauty and the Beast. Synopsis A feral boy comes of age on a campus decadent with starched sheets, sweating cocktails, and homemade jams. Stub is the cause of that missing sweater, the pie that disappeared off the cooling rack.
This novel is perhaps her most accessible book, which she achieves without sacrificing the Brightfellow Rikki Ducornet. Coffee House (Consortium, dist.), $ trade paper (p) ISBN The following is from Rikki Ducornet's novel, Brightfellow. Ducornet is the author of nine novels as well as collections of short stories, essays, and poems. She has been a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, honored twice by the Lannan Foundation, and been the recipient of an Academy Award in Literature. Brightfellow is a solitary young boy’s unconventional coming of age story. Abandoned by his parents at an early age, Stub moves onto the local college campus where he takes refuge in utilities closets and abandoned library storage rooms. For Ducornet, the psychological harm done when play is thwarted becomes substantial material for a novel. And Brightfellow, her second book in a planned trilogy about the betrayal of innocence (following her work, Netsuke) movingly dramatizes how play is more than a means to get into Harvard—it’s essential to the survival of the species.
“Brightfellow” by Rikki Ducornet Coffee House Press, pp., $ Most novels are prose; a few are poetry. Rikki Ducornet’s “Brightfellow” is less about storytelling than about what Author: Moira Macdonald. Title Brightfellow. Subtitle A Novel. Publisher Coffee House Press. Title First Published 01 July Format Paperback. Nb of pages p. ISBN ISBN Publication Date 01 July Main content page count Weight 16 oz. We also suggest: Outline. Rachel Cusk. A lonely young man poses as a scholar to gain a sense of community. After his mother abandons the family and his father “falls apart,” adolescent Stub decides to use a nearby college campus as his home, sleeping in labs, purloining clothes from gym lockers, and stealing food from faculty : Rikki Ducornet. Still, her ability to navigate that twilight land between youthful fantasy and world-weary adulthood is, alone, worth the cost of admission. “Brightfellow” is the second book of a planned Author: Dustin Illingworth.