[The Human Chord] Kindle ✓ Algernon Blackwood

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  • The Human Chord
  • Algernon Blackwood
  • English
  • 23 March 2020
  • 9781587156502

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Free download ´ The Human Chord Í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Nd he flamed up He possessed it seemed the other necessary ualifications; for a thin tenor voice not unmusical was his and also a smattering of Hebrew which he had picked up at Cambridge because he liked the fine high sounding names of deities and angels to be found in tha. The opening lines of this story have the narrator speaking the theme that Blackwood works almost obsessively in every thing I ve read by him namely that thought and imagination bring things into existence It may not be a purely physical reality but the fears and horrors of the mind can nonetheless come to life in a way that can have a devastating effect on the person thinking them This book dragged in the middle and the ending was predictable although the beginning kept my interest This is a story that seemed almost Kabbalistic to me The young narrator Spinrobin accepts a position in the remote Welsh mountains with a retired minister who looks like an Old Testament prophet and has a complex perhaps insane perhaps blasphemous belief in the interdependence of sound vibration color and language The Rev Phillip Skale wants to have four people sound a chord which can intone the Tetragrammeton the name of God and hence usher primal powers into the world We shall be as gods he keeps saying Spinrobin is alternately entranced and repulsed falling in love with Skale s impossibly perfect young ward Miriam There is a faint whiff of Lovecraft in this book too with references to impossible geometries and spaces

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Free download ´ The Human Chord Í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free T language Courage and imagination he lumped in so to speak with the rest It was a dare he lived to regret By the conseuences of that decision had played themselves out the very whisper of his voice had become a furnace that burned so fiercely that nothing could survive it. I really liked the concept explored in this book Unfortunately not a lot happened overall and the description of the protagonist s feelings and experiences became redundant The ending was only unpredictable in the sense that I thought Nahthat would be too predictable and disappointing

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