The Undiscovered Country

The Undiscovered Country KINDLE The Undiscovered Country Author Julian Mitchell Contra Saustall.eu An Experimental Andwitty And Unsettling Novel That Explores The Ambivalent Relationship Between Art And Reality, Fact And Fiction, Satire And Sentimentality.

  • 2.2
  • 179
  • English
  • 19 July 2017
  • Paperback
  • 249 pages
  • 1907429050
  • The Undiscovered Country
  • Julian Mitchell

10 thoughts on “The Undiscovered Country

  1. Andrew says:

    I really have found myself to love the writing of Julian Mitchell This novel is in two parts, with the second half not being written by Mitchell The first part of The Undiscovered Country is a beautiful memoir, commemoration love letter to his friend Charles detailing their first 30 years of life roughly while growing up in England and subsequently moving around the world Very heartbreaking yet truthful The second part of the novel is the manuscript that Charles left for Julian of h I really have found myself to love the writing of Julian Mitchell This novel is in two parts, with the second half not being written by Mitchell The first part of The Undiscovered Country is a beautiful memoir, commemoration love letter to his friend Charles detailing their first 30 years of life roughly while growing up in England and subsequently moving around the world Very heartbreaking yet truthful The second part of the novel is the manuscript that Charles left for Julian of his novel, The New Satyr...

  2. Joanna says:

    SPOILER ALERT It was really difficult to rate this book as it s actually two books by different authors in one, something I wasn t aware of before I started reading The first part written by Julian Mitchell is a semi autobiographical story of growing up through the 40s, 50s and 60s and his meeting with Charles en route to prep school as a child, a relationship which had a major influence on him and continued through into the 50s and 60s until Charles early death Aside from zoning out a SPOILER ALERT It was re...

  3. Yooperprof says:

    Struggled to finish.

  4. !Tæmbuŝu says:

    Reviewed by The Guardian

  5. Marsilla Dewi-Baruch says:

    the first part of novel was brilliantly written However I find quite difficult to wobble on the other half of the book I guess it is difficult due to the fact that English is not my first language But I would say what Charles did to Julian was inappropriate, comm...

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