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I think maybe a few people are going to be disappointed that I didn’t give this five stars, and I mean, I’m upset that it wasn’t five stars either, but hear me out.
Paperbackpages. La verdad es que me he pensado darle esta nota.
I think the way Eugenides narrated this book was just so clever. The second time around the story still took me for a wild ride and had my jaw dropping. Jedfrey sisters are a mystery to the boys then and still some twenty years later where the memory still haunts them.
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On some desert island? The Virgin Suicides is a poignant, suicise and very American novel that takes us on a distorted flashback through adolescent heartache and emotional pain that can be difficult to grasp unless experienced. The writing is so lovely that it induces a dreamlike state in the reader. Return to Book Page. I feel like I need to read it again to pick up on so many elements I may have overlooked or not fully appreciated the first time around.
I know you’re not supposed to understand why the Lisbons killed themselves, but as someone who was severely depressed and at times suicidal at that age myself, it all rang so hollow to me and I couldn’t shake the feeling that the book itself as opposed to just the narrators was romanticising suicide.
It is always foul, stinking, sulcide, etc. We’re learning about 5 girls who commit suicide. The story is tragic and sad but so beautiful. The book is told all through second-hand accounts.
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They also both watched a lot of changes occur in the U. Such a moody novel with sparse dialogue, but what is there, vergibi so right on and often funny The Lisbon sisters committed suicide with the blood left on the hands of the boys and the whole town. I simply didn’t get this book.
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How horrible that it happened in the middle of suburban America, where white picket fences are supposed to render such neighborhoods impermeable to tragic teenage death.
Instead of a heady atmosphere of feminine chaos, we found the house to be a tidy, dry-looking place that smelled faintly of stale popcorn. Es una novela wugenides estudia muchas suicise In fact, I love you. Y esa es la magia de la novela. The boys thought that they were innocent lle the fact that they were watching the Lisbon house through their binoculars, they were communicating with them via songs played on the telephone, the girls were leaving notes posted on the bicycle wheels or in the mailboxes did not give them the inkling to help to prevent the eventual group suicides.
Eugenides has also published short stories.
Since the story is about 5 teenage sisters and the narrators were interested on them, readers presumed that they were narrating from the viewpoint of schoolboys with raging hormones and think of sex almost every hour of the day. I have read some of the reviews of others who did not care for or get this book.
Le vergini suicide
As it circulated in the next few months, this theory convinced many people because it simplified things. To ask other readers jefffrey about The Virgin Suicidesplease sign up.
It would NOT end. It completely works for the book. I could stick quote after quote of brilliant prose on here.
The characters in this book are so well developed. They describe them and there personalities and all the odd things about this family. I was scanning the aisle of worn-out plastic boxes and found this stuffed between two other pop-pulp audiobooks and since most of the shelf was populated with pop-pulp I thought i really should read this one.
I really loved the way vergiin story was delivered, told from the point of view of the neighbourhood boys who have an obsessive fascination for the five Lisbon sisters who all succumb to suicide.
But Eugenides, having an M.
They just watched and did nothing. Although, as they discover, this knowledge will do little to uncover the riddle of the elusive Lisbon girls. Dad never knew Mr. View all 11 comments.