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  1. says:

    While trudging through a craggy cemetery in Oxford Mississippi a few weeks ago I realized I had forgotten to pick up some flowers a pretty ridiculous oversight on my part considering that delivery of said flowers had been the entire purpose of this trip to said cemetery I stopped underneath a tree to collect some trumpet flowers that had dr

  2. says:

    I often call Barry Hannah the greatest living writer and I stand by that statement I'll reluctantly grant there may be thr

  3. says:

    I think the language Hannah uses in the stories in this collection defies categorization It is certainly idiosyn

  4. says:

    I pity the poor foreign fool tasked with trying to effectively translate this work; the unusual delivery and references will be difficult for a non English speaker let alone a non Southerner Although much admired and aplauded during his career especially for his short stories I can't say that I loved Hannah's selections that much Some stories were ok and he certainly opens vistas into the depravity of the region but ov

  5. says:

    If I had as a contemporary of Vincent van Gogh stood in front of his Starry Night would I have recognized the genius in it?? I must in all fairness and guilt for not knowing try to acknowledge and promote the genius in Barry Hannah's writing All of these short stories seem to be dipped in that uality but my ability to appr

  6. says:

    Not sure why I didn't have a rating for this one But here's a snippet of an review I wrote for it a few years back Hannah's latest High Lonesome reasserts him as a master of the short story The thirteen tragic and

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    I'm not a book reviewer can't speak to the technicalities of good writing etc but I know what like and I like this man's work The stories in thi

  8. says:

    Barry Hannah's stories careen across the page at breakneck speed This is a collection of violence a world of senselessness there is no center here to hold outside of Hannah's language There is devastation at every turn but never do we take a lingering eye the currents run under and keep us moving almost drowning Many of these storie

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    I did not enjoy it until the last three short stories one because I could understand them two they were not full of vulgarity three they made sense I will not read any of his other books or short story collections Also the author did not use many commas and fragmented sentences I did only fine one typographical error though

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    We have dark humor unhinged narrators weird characters pure and grotesue beauty in these stories of loneliness and desperation Hannah's writing as always is searing and unrelenting Enthralling disturbing and creepily relatable

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High Lonesome

Nly by his drinking binges which would unleash moments of rage hinting at his much deeper distress Fishing is transformed into a life altering almost mystical event in A Creature in the Bay of St Louis when a huge fish caught on a line threatens to pull a young boy and his entire world with him underwater and out to sea And i. I pity the poor foreign fool tasked with trying to effectively translate this work the unusual delivery and referenc

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High Lonesome is a darkly comic fiercely tragic and strikingly original odyssey into American life This collection by the author of Airships and Bats Out of Hell explores lost moments in time with intensity emotion and an eye to the past In Uncle High Lonesome a young man recalls his Uncle Peter whose even temper was marred o. I think the language Hannah uses in the stories in this collection defies categorization It is certainly idiosyncrati

read & download ¼ eBook or Kindle ePUB á Barry Hannah

N Snerd and Niggero a deep friendship between two men is inspired by the loss of a woman they both loved a woman who was mistress to one and wife to the other Viewed through memory and time's distance Hannah's characters are brightly illuminated figures from a lost time whose occassionally bleak lives are still uncommonly tru. I m not a book reviewer can t speak to the technicalities of good writing etc but I know what like and I like this ma

  • Paperback
  • 240
  • High Lonesome
  • Barry Hannah
  • English
  • 13 October 2019
  • 9780802135322

About the Author: Barry Hannah

Barry Hannah was an American novelist and short story writer from Mississippi He was the author of eight novels and five short story collections He worked with notable American editors and publishers such as Gordon Lish Seymour Lawrence and Morgan Entrekin His work was published in Esuire The New Yorker The Oxford American The Southern Review and a host of American magazines and uarterl