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He way to Los Angeles fuming over a vicious profile of himself by Fanny Tarrant one of the new breed of Rottweiler interviews in a Sunday newspaper Together they decide to take revenge on the interviewer though Adrian is risking what he values most hi. This book was just ok The story is interesting but I didn t like where it went at the end Basically these two writers are trying to get back at an interviewer who has written some nasty things about them However the wife of one of the writers unwittingly releases some personal information that she shouldn t have and it gets published However the article is published on the same day that Princess Diana dies so no one reads it anyway Wuah wuah

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Home Truths

S privacy David Lodge's dazzling novella examines with wit and insight the contemporary culture of celebrity and the conflict between the solitary activity of writing and the demands of the media circus 'Sharp intelligent surprising and fun' THE TIMES. There s nothing wrong with this novella that has obviously been adapted from a play particularly But there s not much right about it either Not one of his high points

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Adrian Ludlow a novelist with a distinguished reputation and a book on the 'A' level syllabus is now seeking obscurity in a cottage beneath the Gatwick flight path His university friend Sam Sharp who has become a successful screen writer drops in on t. review in English belowN o me lembrava e ainda n o me lembro de ter lido este livro anteriormente pelo ue decidi lev lo para uma viagem de autocarro porue os ue tinha em m os eram inconvenientemente grandes De leitura f cil com bastantes di logos e um ritmo r pido com um humor tipicamente brit nico e tipicamente lodgiano foi uma op o excelente Por vezes nota se demasiado ue se trata duma adapta o duma pe a do pr prio autor tal como explicado no pref cio mas nada ue incomode muito Gostei novamente I couldn t remember if I d read this book already so I decided to take it for a bus trip because my currently reading ones were inconveniently bigAn easy read with lots of dialogue and a fast pace the typical british and typical lodgish humor it was an excellent choiceSometimes it becomes too obvious that this is an adaptation from a play by Lodge himself as explained in the Foreword but it didn t bother meI liked it again


10 thoughts on “Home Truths

  1. says:

    review in English belowNão me lembrava e ainda não me lembro de ter lido este livro anteriormente pelo ue decidi levá lo para uma viagem de autocarro porue os ue tinha em mãos eram inconvenientemente grandes De

  2. says:

    I found this novella by chance and as it looked as if I could finish it in the hour I had to spare I took it up It was a mildly entertaining if dated look at the results on the artist's ego of a scathing review Almost every element re

  3. says:

    35 starsShort thin but what there is is good LodgeA novella that shows to no disadvantage its origins as a play

  4. says:

    I have occasionally toyed with turning both of my less than successful attempts at one act plays into novellas David Lodge's Home Truths made me think twice about it Lodge's novella is a prose rendering of his play of the same title His short note at the beginning tells you so and also tells you that he put back in dialogue cut from various p

  5. says:

    This book was just ok The story is interesting but I didn't like where it went at the end Basically these two writers are trying to get back at an interviewer who has written some nasty things about them However the wife o

  6. says:

    Novelita muy breve al más puro estilo de David Lodge con un final más cómodo ue otras suyas Es interesante y me gustó bastante Se nota su origen teatral pero eso no lo resta interésVery brief novel with Lodge style bu

  7. says:

    There's nothing wrong with this novella that has obviously been adapted from a play particularly But there's not much right about it either Not one of his high points

  8. says:

    I've been a Lodge fan since the early 90's and I never get tired of his investigations of the meaning of art criticism and reality through hi

  9. says:

    I really would have liked this better as the play It was fine as stories go but it was mostly talking and I would have liked to see the people marching about a frowsy cottage waving their arms about I thank Penguin for putting a nice

  10. says:

    A well constructed tight and tidy little novella adapted as the author explains in a forwarding note from his play Some other reviewers here seemed to resent that it was adapted from a play I've always enjoyed David Lodge's

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