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    Characters Days Without End Sebastian Barry ê 0 Read Free E–pub (Days Without End) Author Sebastian Barry Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel From Beginning to Bookend A heartrending vivid retelling of the Indian Wars recounted by a protagonist with a distinct and memorable narrative voice Days Without End being absent from the 2017 Man Booker shortlist is a travesty

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    Free E–pub (Days Without End) Author Sebastian Barry Characters Days Without End Fabulous storytelling and narrative voice The excitement of this novel told in feverish lyrical prose is unrelenting We get an intimate first hand account of the plains wars with the Sioux the civil war and the lawlessness of the settler towns in the wild west There’s barely a page in this novel where you’re not fearing for the lives of the novel’s three central characters who form a misfit family – two male lo

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    Free E–pub (Days Without End) Author Sebastian Barry Sebastian Barry’s “Days Without End” was a bit reminiscent to me of the strange travels in “News of the World” with writing that reminded me of my grandfather’s reading to me of Walt Whitman Not that I haven’t

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Characters Days Without End Sebastian Barry ê 0 Read Review ó Days Without End 100 Nd these days to be vivid and alive despite the horrors they both see and are complicit inMoving from the plains of the West to Tennessee Sebastian Barry's latest work is a masterpiece of atmosphere and language Both an intensely poignant story of two men and the lives they are dealt and a fresh look at some of the most fateful years in America's past Days Without End is a novel never to be forgotte. Sebastian Barry s Days Without End was a bit reminiscent to me of the strange travels in News of the World with writing that reminded me of my grandfather s reading to me of Walt Whitman Not that I haven t read Whitman on my own but I only hear it any in my grandfather s voice There s a lovely if somber touch to the writing with prose that sings the song of every man We were two wood shavings of humanity in a rough world This story is narrated by a young Thomas McNulty a youth who fled Ireland during the time of the Great Famine came to America and after many years surviving as a dancer in a saloon along with his then new found friend John Cole they volunteered and joined the Army when he was seventeen or thereabouts in Missouri If you had all your limbs they took you If you were a one eyed boy they might take you too even so The only pay worse than the worst pay in America was army pay Yes the army took me I m proud to say Thank God John Cole was my first friend in America and so in the army too and the last friend for that matter He was with me nearly all through this exceeding surprising Yankee sort of life which was good going in every way No than a boy like me but even at sixteen years old he looked like a man right enough I first saw him when he was fourteen or so very different That s what the saloon owner said too They go off at first to fight the Indian Wars against the Sioux and the Yurok and then later the Civil War Between those two wars they bring an eight year old Sioux girl to live with them A girl that Mrs Neale the Major s wife had been teaching she had learned English and her letters and numbers along with some cooking skills Still Mrs Neale only agrees to allow this after Thomas assures her that they only want this girl for a servant and not for their own solace and he promises to protect her as his own child They call her Winona and from thereon she is known as John Cole s daughter in a legal sense but in reality they view her as nothing less than their daughter I guess it s long ago now Seems to sit right up in front of my eyes just now though Time The passage of time is one of the details of life he often reflects on Time was not something then we thought of as an item that possessed an ending but something that would go on forever all rested and stopped in that moment Hard to say what I mean by that You look back at all the endless years when you never had that thought I am doing that now as I write these words in Tennessee I am thinking of the days without end of my life Nature is another object of his reflections Life in the war and after the endless nights of sleeping in cold so bitter and deep it could take your life Days and nights so hot you could barely breathe The land The sky viewed as if it were a painting Now in these different districts the sun came up that bit earlier eagerly like the baker putting fire into his bread oven in the small hours so the women in the town would have bread bright early Lord that sun rose regular and sere he didn t care who saw him naked and round and white Then the rains came walking over the land as exciting the new grasses thundering down hammering like fearsome little bullets making the shards and dusts of the earth dance a violent jig Making the grass seeds drunk with ambition Then the sun pouring in after the rain and the wide endless prairie steaming a vast and endless vista of white steam rising and the flocks of birds wheeling and turning a million birds to one cloud we d a needed a blunderbuss to harvest them small black fleet wondrous birds Life what comprises a life at the end of it the things we recall when stripped down to the days when our breaths can be counted A man s memory might have only a hundred clear days in it and he has lived thousands Can t do much about that We have our store of days and we spend them like forgetful drunkards War is brutal gloomy dark and disturbing and yet this book couldn t be poetic powerful remarkable captivating of a pleasure to read or just plain lovelier Many thanks to my good Goodreads friend Gear id for recommending Sebastian Barry to me for some time now and now that I ve finally read this one I intend to read them all Gear id s review of Days Without End

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Characters Days Without End Sebastian Barry ê 0 Read Review ó Days Without End 100 Twice Booker shortlisted author Sebastian Barry returns with a sensational new novel set in mid 19th Century America an intensely poignant story of two men and the lives they are dealt'Time was not something then we thought of as an item that possessed an ending but something that would go on for ever all rested and stopped in that moment Hard to say what I mean by that You look back at all the endl. WowI admit to staying away from this book and then I read Jaline s review I don t think I really knew what to expectbut whatever it was it wasn t this Jaline s review was a clear punch in the stomach I felt an urgency to read it I finished it seconds ago Since there are already many wonderful reviews on GoodreadsI m only going to add a few thingsI m glad I read it The Indian Wars and Civil Wars were horrific brutalwith no real heroes or villains Too many lives were lost for anyone to feel good But two young men looked back on their youth Sebastian Barry deserves all the attention he is getting for this book His writing is brilliant beautiful educational humorous gut wrenching intimate gripping poetic and raw This is also a deeply felt love story between two men it would be hard nose for anyone not to fall in love with both of them and their love for their daughter There are a zillion uotes worthy to read and re readBut I ll post one that resonates so profoundly with me it hurts just knowing War continues in our world Killing hurts the heart and soils the soul

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Characters Days Without End Sebastian Barry ê 0 Read Review ó Days Without End 100 Ess years when you never had that thought I am doing that now as I write these words in Tennessee I am thinking of the days without end of my life And it is not like that now'Having signed up for the US army in the 1850s aged barely seventeen Thomas McNulty and his brother in arms John Cole go on to fight in the Indian wars and ultimately the Civil WarOrphans of terrible hardships themselves they fi. My friend Wyndy recommended this book to me and in her own review said that she didn t write well enough to do justice to this book The truth is that no one does It contains worlds but at it s heart is the story of 3 people coming together to make a family It is told through the eyes and in the words of Thomas McNulty and his language carries you away like a river I give you some of his words We were two wood shavings of humanity in a rough world Man we was so clean and nice I wished I could have met myself A man s memory might have only a hundred clear days in it and he has lived thousands Can t do much about that We have our store of days and we spend them like forgetful drunkards I ain t got no argument with it just saying it is so There s old sorrow in your blood like second nature and new sorrow that maddens the halls of sense Causes an uproar there Killing hurts the heart and soils the soul In my exaltation I forget I ain t got a bean of money but it don t concern me and I know I can rely on the kindness of folk along the way The ones that don t try to rob me will feed me That s how it is in America I never felt such joy of heart as in those days traipsing southward I could give you many because honestly every sentence in this novel sparkles with beauty at the same time it grabs you by the throat An unbelievable tale of the building of America and how in the end love really is the only thing that matters

  • Paperback
  • 272
  • Days Without End
  • Sebastian Barry
  • English
  • 02 June 2020
  • 9780571277018