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  • A Green Tree in Gedde
  • Alan Sharp
  • 25 March 2018
  • 9780862671303

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  1. says:

    Full of densely lyrical descriptions, particularly of the countryside around Greenock on the Clyde where it opens A great field, bubbed and bronded.A small wind accomplished fluences of green, running swales, glossal licks The writing is Joycean in its sensuousness and at times even lubricious in its approach to life The West Coast Scottish preoccupation with guilt and sex and sin appears to be much physical than metaphysical.This was the first of a projected trilogy, and as such, expansive and exploratory to begin with, dealing primarily with three young men and one young woman, friends and lovers or both John Moseby, who is going to teach and going to write, appears to be the only one who is somewhat settled he has married the innately prim Edna who often flinches with disapproval and distaste, just like her mother John s escape will take him on the one hand to his first girl, resuming the old relationship, and second to ta...


  2. says:

    I was attracted to this novel by a short review in the front pages of the Signet mass market pb of the Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner I borrowed it from a local library and read it eagerly I was only 17 and unable to appreciate the book s philosophy All I remembered was the rather interesting incest sub plot.I read it again just this year at the age of 37 and immediately saw what Sharp was getting at The restlessness of both 30 something John Moseby and the young Peter Cuffee stands in contrast to the passive resistance put up by Peter s sister Ruth and Moseby s and Cuffee s mutual friend Harry Gibbon.The novel begins with Moseby contemplating the barrenness of his marriage Still, he refuses Gibbon s invitation to join he and Cuffee on a hitchhiking adventure Moseby is a university student and aspiring writer it seems too easy to view him as a representation of the author.Gibbon is a gentle giant, a man slow in thought and slow to anger He allows himself to be drawn along by Cuffee s manic restlessness and develop...

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