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  1. says:

    To my mind I am beginning to seriously consider the notion that John O'Hara is the American mid 20th century euivalent to Britain's Anthony Trollope of the 19th century O'Hara was a prolific writer of short stories novellas and novels from the

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    Interesting period piece information 700 pages Whew The title A Rage to Live gave me the impression it would be intense Instead its kind of like a PG 13 Philadelphia Story Not normally my type of book but interesting writing style Sometimes the author would spend 2 pages describing each and every person say invited to a party whether or not they were characters later in the book it would go on and on and on

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    Ah such excruciating detail on the small town elite of imagined Fort Allen PA O'Hara deserves credit for this detailed sett

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    It's O'Hara post Appointment in Samarra'' When he's good he's very very good and when he's bad he's awful This one is a little bit of both could have stood trimming by a hundred pages or two but I still far prefer him to the ever priggish Brendan Gill who famously demolished the book for The New Yorker resulting in a lengthy O'Hara boycott of the magazine Good on class differences as usual; kind of an intere

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    John O'Bloated

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    I never thought I would finish this book written in the year I was born and a bestseller Unfortunately I can only use one reuirement for my challenge so I will have to find another 600 page book It is hard for me to believe that people back in 1949 weren't shocked by reading a story about a woman with uite the s

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    This book has been on my To Be Read list for decades and I finally got to it I really enjoyed it and I think it is an excellent slice of life

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    His Appointment in Samarra is just wonderful and he's credited with being one of the great short story writers of the 20th century but O'Hara i

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    The saga of Grace Caldwell a socialite from a time when that meant setting standards of behavior rather than panty flashes falling out of a limo Ostensibly she isn't terribly likable but there is something irresistible abo

  10. says:

    Loving this book only 150 pages in It's reminding me a lot of East of Eden in the complicated stories of a few dif

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Ess These memorable characters and their vital stories add up to a large scale social chronicle of America in what is perhaps the most ambitious work of O’Hara’s career “The range of O’Hara’s knowledge of how Americans live was incomparably greater. John O Bloated

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A momentous bestseller when it was first published in 1949 John O’Hara’s sprawling novel A Rage to Live offers up a gorgeous pageant of idealists and libertines tradesmen and crusaders men of violence and goodwill and women of fierce strength and tendern. Interesting period piece information 700 pages Whew The title A Rage to Live gave me the impression it would be intense Instead its kind of like a PG 13 Philadelphia Story Not normally my type of book but interesting writing style Sometimes the author would spend 2 pages describing each and every person say invited to a party whether or not they were characters later in the book it would go on and on and on often making me want to skip to the end of the page But then something major happens a main character dies and it s like the author lost steam and such an important event begins and ends in the same paragraph bringing me back to try to focus on EVERY paragraph so I don t miss a major plot turn It was odd having every single food item from a buffet listed in great detail pages where you could almost taste the dishes then the suffering of someone dying is done and gone with before you know it and you do Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, each and Detective Wanda Wolfe every person say invited to a party whether or not they were characters later in the book it would go on and on and on often making me want to skip to the Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości end of the page But then something major happens a main character dies and it s like the author lost steam and such an important Dreams of Glass event begins and Zawieszenie niewiary ends in the same paragraph bringing me back to try to focus on EVERY paragraph so I don t miss a major plot turn It was odd having Healing Sex every single food item from a buffet listed in great detail pages where you could almost taste the dishes then the suffering of someone dying is done and gone with before you know it and you do

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Than that of any other ction writer of his time” judged The New Yorker “One would have to go back to Frank Norris Stephen Crane and Theodore Dreiser to nd a novelist who had even the intention of acuiring knowledge on the scale that O’Hara acuired it?. The saga of Grace Caldwell a socialite from a time when that meant setting standards of behavior rather than panty flashes falling out of a limo Ostensibly she isn t terribly likable but there is something irresistible about her unapologetic masculine behavior which displays the double standards and hypocrisy of the time A long book perfect to cozy up with in the winter or for lazy summer days