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The Hearing Trumpet Paperback – February 2, 2004
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what struck me was how fast it moves, which for someone taking it at face value might ruin the whole thing - - but for one looking at the story running through it that ISN'T in the book, it becomes haunting, dark, disturbing and profoundly sorrowful even as the story itself soars to the heights of fantasy. i can't say too much more without ruining the book, but if you understand what i believe she's trying to say happened, then you will agree with me about the haunting-dark-disturbing thing.
on the surface it still has a lot to please - - witchcraft, goddesses, the kabbalah, mysteries both domestic and occult, black comedy and sweeping adventure. the main character is as loveable and charming as she is eccentric, and she's a whole lot of eccentric. i think this may be an overlooked classic.
and the line drawings by carrington's son (i think?) are killer! i'm getting a tattoo of one of the frontispiece, marian with her trumpet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my daughter because of Leonora Carrington's painting but I kept it because I loved the story. It was surrealistically enchanting like her paintings. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Laura
Enjoyable read. Creative. Has a fairy tale feel to it. I didn't anticipate events. The ending was bizarre and unexpected.Published 10 months ago by cas
A curious, imaginative text by a surrealist painter-author.Published 22 months ago by Manuel J. Santayana
This simple little novel was quite uncomplicated, endearing and magical. I would recommend for children with vivid imaginations and those looking for a little post-surrealist... Read morePublished on January 13, 2014 by ZM
Hey, he asked for it. So I got it. I don't know anything about it other than he was happy to get it.Published on January 2, 2014 by Jafe in Fort Worth
It is an odd novel about very old woman who is sent off to a retirement home. It is a whimsical romp, a work of magical realism. And no wonder. Read morePublished on March 11, 2013 by Juliette Mondot