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The writing is sublime and the plot thought-provoking. This nourishes the soul.Published 3 days ago by Maryanne T. Heller
I found the book's title to be misleading. Though it did mention Binx' (the main character) interest in movies, and made some reference to movies, it was like reading the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by blueridgeboy
Walker Percy showed that he belonged among the finest Southern writers with this now-classic novel. It is the story of Binx Bolling, set mostly around New Orleans. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Richard W. Hudson
Listened to this as we traveled to New Orleans. Pretty dismal view of lifePublished 10 days ago by Kim Tramel
I first read The Moviegoer in the late 1970s, as a poetry and journalism student. I reread it in the 1980s as a fine art student. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Debra Di Blasi
I found it to be a gentle memoir of two characters trying to sort out their place in life.
When you are least expecting out on to the page jumps some pretty serious thinking!
Beautiful but tedious prose lacking characters or story to hook you in. I abandoned the book at page 91. I tried so hard to like it. Read at your own risk.Published 1 month ago by ImWorthit