8 edition of The wake of the gods found in the catalog.
The wake of the gods
H. Bruce Franklin
|LC Classifications||PS2388.M9 F7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 236 p.|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||63010733|
[The Wake] will satisfy motivated readers of history, ecology and the persistent pull of the old gods.”—Shelf Awareness “Powerful eloquence, a brusque beauty, that moves and convinces. More than a mere novel, The Wake is really a medieval epic poem to an English way of life that would be erased forever.”—The Arts Fuse. On the same day that the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, they also launched air attacks on Wake Island, an American marine and naval base in the Pacific. Three days later a Japanese invasion force stormed the island, but were bloodily repulsed by the scratch force of marines, sailors and even service personnel who defended it. Despite US attempts to relieve .
“A book unlike any other, brilliant in its rarity and brutal, ugly truth A raw and powerful masterpiece.”—NPR "Rhythmic, angry, darkly funny and at times poetic."—The Wall Street Journal “Like Tolkien’s and Martin’s books, The Wake presents the reader with an immersive experience What sharply distinguishes it is its. The Wake is an astonishing accomplishment. The events in it are chronicled by Buccmaster, a brutally unreliable narrator, in an adapted version of old English. At first the prospect seems unreadably off-putting; within twenty pages you get the hang of it; by thirty the suddenly fluent reader is immersed entirely in the mental and geographical contours of the era.
NPR Summary In a postapocalyptic novel set a thousand years in the past, the Buccmaster, a proud landowner bearing witness to the end of his world after the Norman invasion of , and band of. And this book is unusual for having all of the gods of every major religion system “wake up”. You get Greek gods front and center, Aztec gods, mentions of Inuit gods, etc. The central character being psychic is established upfront, while .
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In each case he is able to show that Melville examines and compares particular myths, uses some of them as means of ordering and defining action, and dramatizes the mythmaking process itself.
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Here are some of the staff favorites. The Wakeis an ageless story of the collapse of certainties and lives; a tale of lost gods and haunted visions, narrated by a man of the Lincolnshire fens bearing witness to the end of his world.
It was published in April by Unbound. The wake of the gods; Melville's mythology. [H Bruce Franklin] -- Study showing how Melville consciously used myths, mythologies, comparative mythology, and mythological theories in.
The Wake of the Gods: Melville's Mythology. Howard Bruce Franklin. Stanford University Press, - Literary Criticism - pages. 0 Reviews. Study showing how Melville consciously used myths, mythologies, comparative mythology, and mythological theories in his major works.
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"A. An invaded country, groups of men driven to the woods and fens, a land haunted by dying gods where Christianity is the first invader.
Told by a magnificent creation, buccmaster of holland, an inarticulate, rage-filled, brutal man consumed by paranoia and self-doubt that expresses itself in visions of Odin as Wayland Smith.4/5. OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Melville and the gods --Mardi: a study of myths and mythmaking --Moby-Dick: an Egyptian myth incarnate --Pierre; or, The Ambiguities: the petrifaction of myth --Worldly safety and other-worldly saviors: Bartleby: The ascetic's advent ; Benito Cereno: The ascetic's agony ; The ascetics' allegorical masquerade.
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When the storm passed, the crew found themselves lost in strange seas with unfamiliar stars overhead.The Wake is a debut novel by British author Paul Kingsnorth. Written in an "imaginary language", a kind of hybrid between Old English and Modern English, it tells of "Buccmaster of Holland ", an Anglo-Saxon freeman forced to come to terms with the effects of the Norman Invasion ofduring which his wife and sons were killed.