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    EBOOK Allan Stein Matthew Stadler Ñ 9 characters Read Allan Stein An epheboph This book was so close to being an utter bore that I thought about putting it down for good on a few occasions Its style lacks the range for its intended atmospherics effects creating vast blocks of run on paragraphs wi

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    Matthew Stadler Ñ 9 characters review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Matthew Stadler EBOOK Allan Stein I'm not sure if it was the book or just me but this seemed like a rather unmemorable read It was sort of like the homosexual Lolita; but with prose that tried so hard to outrun itself that it freuently stumbled on its own attempted profundity The only mildly entertaining part was the angelic boy's digestive problems and how he manipulated the retarded narratorI have by Matthew Stadler including one with a ver

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    EBOOK Allan Stein Matthew Stadler Ñ 9 characters review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Matthew Stadler Read twice in succession Absolutely loved it The greatest combination of nonfiction and fiction I’ve read Hard to tell where his prose takes up and others’ leaves off And the most sensual sexual development since Lolita This is a gay male Lolita Lovely One of my friends has failed to return my hardback copy You know who you are Locate my name stamped on the inside front cover and return it now or face dire conseuences Please

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    EBOOK Allan Stein Read Allan Stein Initially this book made me very uncomfortable The pedophilia was upsetting and the main character was a deceitful low life This book made me look at my own outlook on sex losing one's virginity and my own romantic ideals I felt sorry for the boys that were taken advantage of Odd that the other two books I am reading one by Gaiman and the other by Jeanette Winterson also talk about Gertrude Stein

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    EBOOK Allan Stein Great story if you want to read about a pedophile creeping on boys on both sides of the Atlantic I wish I could've gotten out of it but nope

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    Read Allan Stein EBOOK Allan Stein review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Matthew Stadler Allan Stein is one of the most profoundly difficult novels to approach as a reader or reviewer The primary theme that a gay man in early middle age who is a teacher is attracted to boys in their mid teens is certainly going to distu

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    review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Matthew Stadler EBOOK Allan Stein Matthew Stadler Ñ 9 characters Like in TSO the narratorprotagonist has lost his teaching post due to paedophilia and now half heartedly pursues an obscure project Like in TSO what I now know to be a common mental phenomenon feeling outside one's body or much larger expanding or contracting like one's surroundings is important to the author Like in TSO he was given a Guggenheim fellowship and wrote again about the beauty of boys who have the

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    Read Allan Stein EBOOK Allan Stein Matthew Stadler Ñ 9 characters Stadler does an incredible job in creating vivid imagery and utilizing language to create some of the most beautiful language I've ever come across However I felt that the narrative was very taxing to plod throughand the content was personally horrifying to me which is a reflection of my own discomfort than on the writer's talent

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    EBOOK Allan Stein The author is an EXCELLENT writer There is no uestion about that I think what is missing here is the flow It's not a book where you finish each chapter and you have to 'keep reading' You can set it on a tableand uite possibly wait a

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    review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Matthew Stadler Matthew Stadler Ñ 9 characters Read Allan Stein This is a beautifully written novel with a well constructed plot dealing with obsession betrayal truth and lies and an aesthetic ue

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  • Paperback
  • 272
  • Allan Stein
  • Matthew Stadler
  • English
  • 23 December 2020
  • 9780802136626

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Allan Stein Read Ý E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ed by memories of his own boyhood particularly his odd flamboyant mother Moving from the late twentieth century back to the 1900s effortlessly blending fact and fiction Allan Stein is a charged exploration of eroticism obsession and identi. The author is an EXCELLENT writer There is no uestion about that I think what is missing here is the flow It s not a book where you finish each chapter and you have to keep reading You can set it on a tableand uite possibly wait a year to pick it up again The story is relatively simple with a few eyebrow raisers here there The writers writing is the only thing that captures the reader me I d highly recommend this author read the book THE HOURS by Michael Cunningham or MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA or THE NOTORIOUS DR AUGUSTthen you ll read a story that flows

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Allan Stein Read Ý E-book, or Kindle E-pub A student the teacher travels to Paris under an assumed name that of his best friend Herbert In Paris Herbert becomes enchanted by Stephane a fifteen year old boy As he unravels the gilded but sad childhood of Allan Stein Herbert is haunt. Allan Stein is one of the most profoundly difficult novels to approach as a reader or reviewer The primary theme that a gay man in early middle age who is a teacher is attracted to boys in their mid teens is certainly going to disturb many people and the novel is thus often described as a gay retelling of Lolita There s a lot that can be said on that front alone but the foremost thing to note is that this is fiction the topic of inter generational love and sex should not be seen as the author endorsing such practices any so than claiming PD James endorses murder by writing whodunits It is however an interesting topic in a novel and one that allows for plot devices that are uniue and challenge the reader s emotions in ways that a typical romance would not Beyond that the ethics of the man teen relationship are the tip of the iceberg here with uestions of identity and morality as the narrator travels from the Pacific Northwest to France under an assumed identity on a mission for a friend Stadler s writing is simply stunning he is a first rate writer with a strong lyrical ability with the English language and a gift of detail Yes his strength with this overshadows and possibly even overrules his capacity for the overall plot of the book but still the novel is a joy to read His descriptions of Paris are for the most part alluring though if you know the city well you ll feel perhaps that he leaves out aspects he could have worked in and given that he is in fact so skilled with detail there s just a wealth of aspects you wish he d described given how beautiful and prone to glowing literary treatment Paris is after all The sub plot on which the plot itself is actually predicated of the narrator s uest to learn about Allan Stein is both interesting and a little awkward in places the novel is rather short and a lot of thread is woven into a small cloth so to speak While the man teen lovesex aspects didn t bother me a great deal the narrator as a character is not that easy to like or feel empathy for given his ease in tricking people to his own ends and playing fast and loose with morals and ethics in general He at points comes across as a sad sack of sorts whom you do feel sympathy for because he seems like a bright guy and one who winds up in bad situations not fully of his own doing yet he also often makes things only worse for himself The whole pretext for his journey to France is also a little hard to believe and could have been designed better we get a lot of things going on or less just for show and window dressing including the narrator s assumed name of Herbert as a shout out of sorts to Lolita These mechanisms also are used to insert the author to an extent into the role of the narrator and can make one uestion how autobiographical the novel is though as I already stated I do not see the lurid topics as being endorsed by the author just because the apparent lengths he goes to identify himself with the narrator we learn at the end that the narrator s real name is Matthew the same as the author s own The best reason for reading this book is in a manner of speaking the story telling contained within versus the story being told Even for many gay male readers the plot will be a bit creepy and it also is a plot that rambles about a bit then lacks detail where additional detail could well be favored and appreciated Stadler can freakin write of that there is no doubt He seems in places better suited however to the short story than full novel and I ve not read any of his later novels so I cannot fairly comment on whether his plot building has improved Despite this the book is still an easy and solid four stars It s charming and awe inspiring in how lyrical how deft it is on most pages Stadler though it was not his debut novel certainly lacked the ability in places to not appear a bit unseemly and giddy over the fact he was in fact writing a novel There s too much cloying fascination of this type in several aspects but again it s not enough damage to remove a single star from a stellar work I just found myself liking the book wishing it were longer but also wishing the author had been as adept in the plot construction as the nuts and bolts In this case the devil was in fact not in the details but instead in the blueprints

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Allan Stein Read Ý E-book, or Kindle E-pub Comic erotic and richly imagined Allan Stein follows the journey of a compromised young teacher to Paris to uncover the sad history of Gertrude Stein's troubled nephew Allan Having been fired from his job because of a sex scandal involving. I m not sure if it was the book or just me but this seemed like a rather unmemorable read It was sort of like the homosexual Lolita but with prose that tried so hard to outrun itself that it freuently stumbled on its own attempted profundity The only mildly entertaining part was the angelic boy s digestive problems and how he manipulated the retarded narratorI have by Matthew Stadler including one with a very intriguing cover so we ll see how that turns out