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  • Pitch Dark
  • Renata Adler
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  • 21 September 2018
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review Pitch Dark Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Mposed in the style of Renata Adler’s celebrated novel Speedboat and displaying her keen journalist’s eye and mastery of language both simple and sublime Pitch Dark is a bold and astonishing work of a. I think I may have been in an odd headspace for the second half of Renata Adler s Pitch Dark as my partner and I received the saddening news that our 14 year old cat is terminally ill with an untreatable cancer She is comfortable for the time being but time being what it is that will be assuredly too shortSo my apologies to Adler What I did digest here was evocative and beautiful uick and witty dark and murky An effusively written work The seuence with the car running out of gas in Ireland and the subseuent escape from the country under pretenses is comic because of how procedural it is in expressing modern complications and how they compound The dissolution of the narrator s relationship was too dimly painted for me to fully invest but the moments between them are beautifully sad Indistractable How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life received the saddening news that our 14 year old cat is terminally ill with an untreatable cancer She is comfortable for the time being but time being what it is that will be assuredly too shortSo my apologies to Adler What I did digest here was evocative and beautiful uick and witty dark and murky An effusively written work The seuence with the car The Baby They Longed For relationship was too dimly painted for me to fully invest but the moments between them are beautifully sad

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review Pitch Dark Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dictions pursue her from a house in rural Connecticut to a brownstone apartment in New York City to a small island off the coast of Washington to a pitch black night in backcountry Ireland        Co. This is not a book about the end of an affair It is about a brilliant woman Kate Ennis and an affair that she has We know very little about the man in the affair Jake which reinforces my notion that this is not a book about the affair Even after it ends Kate seems to still have this affair she seems to possess it It seems like she has it in a jar and watches And is she in the jar Is she out of it When the clouds shift for one moment or for several moments and there is a possibility for action with absolutely no ingredient of reluctance any action shopping playing tennis getting out of bed when there is a sense of the capacity to act without any eual and dialectical incapacity to act or desire not to when the urge to move is for a moment some moments freed of the urge to move another way or not to move at all or the drag of a rock a doubt a paralysis then it is as though clouds did part briefly in a place where the climate is always and always inimical The mystery in this novella is not about what happened it is about why it is happening From the very beginning it is clear that Kate is brilliant that she can see through the fog that she appears to be lost in but she doesn t That she could potentially act in her best interests but she doesn t Is love a prisoner s dilemma That is the degree to which the creature is able to act or to permit itself to be seen reflects such a surface play of the energy which in its perfect conflict has brought to the paralysis an almost convulsive force that the energy appears active liberated even cheerful Analysis has no access to this condition It poses very radically however the uestion of what it is to be sincere When I was younger I didn t uite understand how one could trick one s self Now I do It s a uestion of how may I be wrong It s this imagination that the opportunities for happiness satisfaction love and joy are a zero sum game If that were the case couldn t it be said of sorrow pain suffereing and misery Surely but to maintain a sense of proportion is hard If it was the nearest thing to a real story to happen in her life doesn t it make sense to stay till the end of the tale And how do you make out where the tale ends when you are the story In the mind life doesn t flow linearly Where would the end of such a story be The structure of the book suggest that there may be no end one just has to stop reading How to Write Essays rural Connecticut to a brownstone apartment in New York City to a small island off the coast of Washington to a pitch black night in backcountry Ireland        Co. This is not a book about the end of an affair It is about a brilliant woman Kate Ennis and an affair that she has We know very little about the man in the affair Jake which Autumn Days with the Moodys Moody Family #6 reinforces my notion that this is not a book about the affair Even after it ends Kate seems to still have this affair she seems to possess it It seems like she has it in a jar and watches And is she in the jar Is she out of it When the clouds shift for one moment or for several moments and there is a possibility for action with absolutely no ingredient of Blue Moose reluctance any action shopping playing tennis getting out of bed when there is a sense of the capacity to act without any eual and dialectical incapacity to act or desire not to when the urge to move is for a moment some moments freed of the urge to move another way or not to move at all or the drag of a The Soul Thief reflects such a surface play of the energy which in its perfect conflict has brought to the paralysis an almost convulsive force that the energy appears active liberated even cheerful Analysis has no access to this condition It poses very

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review Pitch Dark Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB “What’s new What else What next What’s happened here”     Pitch Dark is a book about love Kate Ennis is poised at a critical moment in an affair with a married man The complications and contra. A wonderful book and I defer to the superior skills of the other GR reviewers who have reviewed this already and so well I will however as is becoming something of a schtick look at a short sentence of hers to demonstrate her craft Here are five versions of the same sentence 1 By accident did I throw the most important thing away 2 Did I by accident throw the most important thing away 3 Did I throw by accident the most important thing away 4 Did I throw the most important thing by accident away 5 Did I throw the most important thing away by accident Note how the emphasis differs for each how the focus of the meaning is slightly different in each and how the music alters Some are likely in everyday speech some are unusual Adler chose number 4 This is both the least usual of the formulations one that almost trips over the by accident and the one that is the most interesting The accident ness bleeds over into the thing itself blurs the nature of its importance and her feelings has power over us as we reach itThat is what craft is as a writer that is skill Adler has it and her work should be treasured