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Freedom Author Jonathan Franzen Free download ☆ 102 Ido Walter Juntamente com ele – advogado ambientalista ciclista e utilizador de transportes públicos homem de família dedicado – Patty estava a fazer a sua peuena parte para construir um mundo melhorNo seu primeiro romance depois de Correcções Jonathan Franzen dá nos um épico contemporâneo do amor e do casamento Liberdade capta cómica e tragicamente as tentaç?. This book hoovers you into its world from the first page and before you know what s what you ve missed your bus stop and you are into it But there are problems Yes I will tell you about some of them You would expect no less of meI was reading along with the main character Patty Berglund s autobiographical statement Mistakes Were Made p 27 187 and was lapping it up until soap bubbles began appearing between me and the page The bubbles became suds undeniable suds I could not divest myself of the realisation that things were getting soapier by the minute no I said to any passing stranger who I could get to take an interest in the current state of literature this is Jonathan Franzen messing with our heads taunting us with the cardboardy and the cutouty This is not to be taken completely seriously Eg hoving into view with his axe in his hand comes a character called Richard Katz indie rock god Mr Moody Bohemia and all purpose babe magnetRichard KatsWears cool hatsHas eyes for PattyWhose friend is battyHis room mate WalterWill never fault herHer heart may wanderBut his gets fonderLong and lean isRichard s penisWalter s trustingBut Patty s lustingWait is this FranzenOr marzipanzenAs Mr Katz s pecker rose so did my heart sink for he is indeed a creature from Romanceland that place of untrammelled pecs and mesmerising vaginas His sultry pouting unshaven lips launch a thousand bustling teenage hips and one glance from his stubbly unshaven pouting guitar causes the female heart to bound about like an escaping baboon and indeed such is his popularity that he can hardly write his tuneful songs of ten minute angst for having to shoo flocks of sweet 18 year olds gently away from his private parts This character is played straight We are to take this character seriously and we are not to laugh I gradually became aware of this as the character Richard Katz did not go away And oh my goodness gracious me there is some horrible writing that bubbles up whenever he is centre stage Richard is yes you get the picture the cool but morally bankrupt friend of Walter the entirely uncool but totally bicycling and planet befriending morally good guy Here s Richard meditating on his friendship with Walter No other man had warmed Katz s loins the way the sight of Walter did after long absence These groinal heatings were no about literal sex no homo than the hard ons he got from a long anticipated first snort of blowEwww Richard Katz describing a woman A solid B plus that could be an A minus if she would work for extra creditAgain Ewww By page 200 I was thinking that I d be having fun watching Desperate Housewives because the dialogue is wittier It got so I was playing the game of spotting titles of old songs amidst the soap I got I only want to be with you Dusty Springfield page 235 and What are you going to do when I m gone Barbara Lewis p 452 Okay what s good about Freedom Ha ha what an ironical uestion This book gets most of its points for trying really really hard For vein throbbing brain melding attempts to encompass the economics of Irai reconstruction contracts mountaintop removal mining songbird conservation and sundry other realities of the world s most modern country and embed all of this into sketches of how two or three complicated families live from day to day and year to year to pull all this together well actually a lot of the time it s like JF is flailing away at his material not the assured mover of chess pieces on the board but the frantically photographing camcording and ambulance chasing kind of novelist who rushes around after his many characters can t uite keep up with them all That part of the whole thing I liked But oh phrases like His thing with Connie was too intense and strange too sincere too muddled with love to be fungible as coin of braggingand Connie had a wry compact intelligence a firm little clitoris of discernment and sensitivityand Katz s blood was up he was all jittery jangly It was like coke cut heavily with nasty meth Is this a simile JF thinks will ring bells with his readers No so it s something his character the egregious Katz would think But then how does this translate its meaning to the non coke cut heavily with nasty meth hoovering reader It translates as It was really uite unpleasant or I assume so Maybe if the meth was nice he d be just jangly and not jittery too Oh I don t know Anyway pretty ghastly And oh well while I m moaning and griping here s some On occasion Franzen goes into page long riffs on such things as road rage or the stupid things that teenagers do these are exactly like riffs in a stand up comedian s routine They re uite fun in a sneery sort of way but they do seem like JF is getting a bit of humour in there in case he gets accused of having written another Big Depressing Hell In A Handbasket Novel which really this is Ira global warning environmental destruction overpopulation oh oh oh woe is us woe is us smite us Lord we fully deserve every last smiteAnd now obviously JF does not wish to do this but every time one of his young characters say Jessica berates one of his slightly less young characters say Lalitha for being out of touch with they way young people do right now eg not knowing that kids have mostly abandoned emailing for texting he JF is perforce as author advertising just how down with the kids he himself is which alas and alack is kind of like seeing your 52 year old uncle do the Twist No the Frug No I mean that Body Pop thing And this book is built out of sturdy slabs of knowingness and social nuance You have to get what s intended by the great many phrases like in the earliest years when you could drive a Volvo 240 without feeling self conscious Well maybe some of us can t uite be bothered to rack our brains to think what a Volvo 240 is and why it became something you would be ashamed of JF Well do your homework then I want active engaged readers PB Yeah I know sorry and all But I did finish your damned big book So you know be uietJF in a Freedom promoting interview said that the most important thing he should be doing in his novels is To find an adeuate narrative vehicle for the most difficult stuff at the core of me in the hope that that might resonate with the reader who otherwise has been feeling alone with those deep difficult feelings Well he tried he really tried and for a great number of star besprinkling reviewers he succeeded It s good it is er good long but good long long long but uite good Wedlocked mundo El hombre ue cambió su casa por un tulipán melhorNo seu primeiro romance depois de Correcções Jonathan Franzen dá nos um épico contemporâneo do amor e do casamento Liberdade capta cómica e tragicamente as tentaç?. This book hoovers you into its world from the first page and before you know what s what you ve Everything Here Is Mine An Unhelpful Guide to Cat Behavior missed your bus stop and you are into it But there are problems Yes I will tell you about some of them You would expect no less of Revisiting the Poetic Edda meI was reading along with the Liberty Chérie! main character Patty Berglund s autobiographical statement Mistakes Were Made p 27 187 and was lapping it up until soap bubbles began appearing between Definitely Not Mr Darcy me and the page The bubbles became suds undeniable suds I could not divest Just Cant Get Enough myself of the realisation that things were getting soapier by the Cardenio minute no I said to any passing stranger who I could get to take an interest in the current state of literature this is Jonathan Franzen A Grand Murder (Catherine OBrien Mystery #1) messing with our heads taunting us with the cardboardy and the cutouty This is not to be taken completely seriously Eg hoving into view with his axe in his hand comes a character called Richard Katz indie rock god Mr Moody Bohemia and all purpose babe School Crisis Prevention and Intervention magnetRichard KatsWears cool hatsHas eyes for PattyWhose friend is battyHis room Voices from the Mountain mate WalterWill never fault herHer heart The Prisoner of Cell 25 may wanderBut his gets fonderLong and lean isRichard s penisWalter s trustingBut Patty s lustingWait is this FranzenOr Blindsighted marzipanzenAs Mr Katz s pecker rose so did Les femmes et lamour my heart sink for he is indeed a creature from Romanceland that place of untrammelled pecs and Sesame Street mesmerising vaginas His sultry pouting unshaven lips launch a thousand bustling teenage hips and one glance from his stubbly unshaven pouting guitar causes the female heart to bound about like an escaping baboon and indeed such is his popularity that he can hardly write his tuneful songs of ten Pull My Paw minute angst for having to 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B plus that could be an A Killing for Sport: Inside the Minds of Serial Killers minus if she would work for extra creditAgain Ewww By page 200 I was thinking that I d be having fun watching Desperate Housewives because the dialogue is wittier It got so I was playing the game of spotting titles of old songs amidst the soap I got I only want to be with you Dusty Springfield page 235 and What are you going to do when I Honeymoon island m gone Barbara Lewis p 452 Okay what s good about Freedom Ha ha what an ironical uestion This book gets Lover Awakened (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #3) most of its points for trying really really hard For vein throbbing brain Illustrated Guide to Gardening melding attempts to encompass the economics of Irai reconstruction contracts Beyond Therapy: Biotechnology and the Pursuit of Happiness a Report by the President's Council on Bioethics mountaintop removal Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy (2010) mining songbird conservation and sundry other realities of the world s La Chute most Mistresss Master (Men in Blue, #3) modern country and embed all of this into sketches of how two or three complicated families live from day to day and year to year to pull all this together well actually a lot of the time it s like JF is flailing away at his Gilles Deleuze An Introduction material not the assured The Nighttime Cabin Thief mover of chess pieces on the board but the frantically photographing camcording and ambulance chasing kind of novelist who rushes around after his Hitler's Silent Partners Swiss Banks Nazi Gold and the Pursuit of Justice many characters can t uite keep up with them all That part of the whole thing I liked But oh phrases like His thing with Connie was too intense and strange too sincere too scenes from the body muddled with love to be fungible as coin of braggingand Connie had a wry compact intelligence a firm little clitoris of discernment and sensitivityand Katz s blood was up he was all jittery jangly It was like coke cut heavily with nasty Come the Shadows meth Is this a simile JF thinks will ring bells with his readers No so it s something his character the egregious Katz would think But then how does this translate its Retro meaning to the non coke cut heavily with nasty Toy Story (Step Into Reading - Level 2 - Quality) meth hoovering reader It translates as It was really uite unpleasant or I assume so Maybe if the Barrayar meth was nice he d be just jangly and not jittery too Oh I don t know Anyway pretty ghastly And oh well while I The Wooden Horse m Stories from Where We Live -- The Great Lakes moaning and griping here s some On occasion Franzen goes into page long riffs on such things as road rage or the stupid things that teenagers do these are exactly like riffs in a stand up comedian s routine They re uite fun in a sneery sort of way but they do seem like JF is getting a bit of humour in there in case he gets accused of having written another Big Depressing Hell In 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Freedom Author Jonathan Franzen Free download ☆ 102 ?es e os fardos da liberdade a excitação da luxúria adolescente os compromissos abalados da meia idade as vagas da expansão suburbana o enorme peso do império Ao seguir os erros e alegrias dos personagens de Liberdade enuanto lutam para aprender a viver num mundo cada vez mais confuso Franzen produziu um retrato inesuecível e profundamente comovente dos nossos tempos. UPDATEDTo keep in style of the book this review will be just a lot of rambling I mean it was mostly a soap opera And I just don t do soap operas I can just about manage about 10 minutes every 5th episode but that s about it And Franzen submitted me to 570 bloody pages of a soap opera which I had to digest in a few sittings Like in all soap operas everything ends well and love conuers all of course some characters might have to be killed off along the way but it seems like a small price to pay for a happy ending nonIf it was well written then maybe But how can I take this sort of thing seriouslyPatty said no Walter insisted she insisted no he insisted yes Then she realized he didn t have a car and was offering to ride the bus with her and she insisted no all over again and he insisted yesSorry what is this Is this the Great American Novel Are you kidding meShe almost suggested to Walter that he had better kiss her first if he was going to be asking her to live with him but she was so offended that she didn t feel like being kissed at that momentAnd if you are tired of this sugary girly revelations you can get the raw stuff when the perspective changes to KatzHis dick was saying yes to something now and this something was certainly not the wideish ass of the retreating jogger Had death in fact been his dick s message in sending him to Washington Had he simply misunderstood its prophecyYou get the ideaAnd don t even get me started on the fucked up chronology It wasn t done in elouent mysterious way it was done in a blabbermouth with ADHD way It is like my friend Maciek who tells me a story and in the middle of it he remembers some other story that might or might not be related to the story he is telling me so he tells me that other story and then some other story that somehow came from the second story and then maybe he will return to the main story and you end up wondering if the second story actually happened in the middle of the first story or it was just his way of telling a storyThe final moral from this book is that we are all fucked up in our own special way but it will all be alright unless of course we become Republicans in which case there will be no redemption It almost killed me This book almost killed me But as they say what doesn t kill you makes you stronger therefore this book made stronger so for that alone I had to give it two stars I will admit that Patty and Walter were both interesting characters with all the supporting cast being all sorts of caricatures and serving as props to the main duoNow I am off to read a book about people who do things and have real problemsUPDATE oh yeah And I also forgot to say that if this book was written by a woman it would be deemed chick lit and stuck in a pastel colour cover with birds and flowers No one would even look at it twice because there is so much better chick lit out there But as Jonathan Franzen is lucky enough to be a man this all of a sudden is the Great American Novel DON T MAKE ME LAUGHIf anyone else claims there is no sexism in literarypublishing world this here is my best demonstrative evidence that there is Honest to God who would take this book seriously if it was written by a woman and had something pink on the cover

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Freedom Author Jonathan Franzen Free download ☆ 102 Patty e Walter Berglund foram sempre os precursores na velha St Paul – os aburguesados os pais interactivos os avant garde da geração de alimentos biológicos Patty era o tipo ideal de vizinha ue nos podia dizer onde reciclar as pilhas e como conseguir ue a polícia local fizesse mesmo o seu trabalho Era uma mãe invejavelmente perfeita e a mulher dos sonhos do seu mar. Update 923 Jonathan Franzen was in town doing a reading signing last night and after listening to him talk I m officially backing off of theory 1 below He does not seem like a douche bag at all In fact despite all the Oprah hoopla Which he described as a fiasco not because of anything that he or Oprah did but because the whole thing got blown out of proportion and the backlash after the early raves for Freedom Franzen came across as remarkably down to earth and funny He seems like a very smart guy who doesn t take the media hype too seriously but is clearly having a lot of fun with all the recent attentionI picked up Jonathan Franzen s The Corrections earlier this summer and it was one of the oddest reading experiences of my life because while I despised nearly every character in it I still enjoyed the book So when I started Freedom I was hoping that I d find some likeable people in this one After fifty pages I was horrified to realize that it was looking like this book would be another collection of self absorbed asshatsAt that point I thought there were two possibilities 1 That Jonathan Franzen is a complete douche bag himself and that he actually thought he was creating sympathetic characters 2 That Franzen has an even lower opinion of people than I do and uses his skill to convey an utter contempt for mankind by creating these pathetic excuses for human beings However as I got deeper into Freedom and we started getting the history and alternate view points I started to sympathize with most of the characters Except for Joey I hated that smug little bastard through the entire thing and was really hoping that he d get set on fire at some pointThe Berglunds seem like a prime example of family first socially conscious living They bought a house in a run down St Paul neighborhood and became the first wave of gentrification for that area Walter is a lawyer who works on environmental causes Patty was a talented college basketball player who channels all her old competitive instincts into being the best mother and neighbor possible The two kids Jessica and Joey are intelligent and seem destined for big things And just to give them a touch of cool in their suburban existence Patty and Walter are old friends with Richard Katz a womanizing musician who has just gained mainstream popularityBut the Berglunds uickly fall apart in spectacular fashion Joey moves in with a neighbor after rebelling against Patty s overwhelming love and he and Walter can t have a conversation without it turning into a screaming match Patty has turned into a lost and bitter shadow of her former self Walter has left his old environmental job to work with a rich man with ties to the coal industry and as the kids leave for college the parents are off to DC The novel covers a tremendous amount of ground not just with the elaborate characterizations but in terms of the backdrops From Minnesota to New York to DC to West Virginia to South America Franzen touches on 911 the Ira war environmentalism overpopulation rampant consumerism and the political fracturing of America but by keeping it in terms of a family disintegration he keeps the story relatable One of the key things that comes up repeatedly is the idea that Americans have about freedom It s a word tossed around easily and as Franzen explores here many take it as their God given right to engage in mass consumption and lead completely unexamined lives with no regard for the conseuences Those who ask for social responsibility are derided as liberals and intellectuals and elitists I m pretty sure Sarah Palin would hate this book Assuming she could find someone to read it to her and explain the big words But this isn t about idealizing liberal policies Franzen makes a lot of valid points about how American politics has become a constant screaming match concerned with beating the other guy than accomplishing anything He makes good use of the character of Walter to illustrate how all the pent up rage and frustration even for a good cause can make for a pretty miserable life What good is trying to save the world if you can t stand any of the people in itTerrific book that s almost a pitch perfect statement about what American life has been like since 2000 as seen through the eyes of some flawed but decent people Except for Joey That kid is a prick While freedom and happiness are usually considered to go hand in hand these characters show that poorly used freedom can make you supremely unhappyRandom thoughts There s several similarities to The Corrections Everyone hates their family There s a very odd love triangle A motherson relationship is pushed to creepy extremes to irritate a father A character gets caught up in an elaborate overseas get rich uick scheme The daughter of the family is probably the most adult and sensible character And there s a really nasty scene involving human turds Eww What s with all the poop Franzen One of my favorite parts was Richard Katz s interview where he makes several hilarious comments about the music industry The personality susceptible to the dream of limitless freedom is a personality also prone should the dream ever sour to misanthropy and rage That s just about my entire existence summed up in one sentence There s a plot point involving cats attacking song birds late in the book Just as I was reading this section a stray cat came up on our deck and tried to attack one of our two house kitties through the door screen It was very startling to be reading about feral cats and then hear godawful yowling hissing screeching and general mayhem in the next room For a second I thought Franzen was so good that he caused me to have audio hallucinations


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