Winter Flowers - Carol Coffey Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Carol Coffey / ISBN: 1842234587 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Poolbeg Press
Price Comparison for Winter Flowers - Carol Coffey
Carol Coffey Winter Flowers
When her dishevelled, eight - year - old nephew Luke comes knocki ...
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
Reviews for similar products
Gates of Eden - Ethan CoenWoom-pah woom-pah woom-pah (692 words)
by spoonfacer - written on 13/11/01, updated on 25/01/02 (Very useful, 38 readings)
the Coen brothers' films can, according to your fancy, be praised or damned as a triumph of style over narrative, this small, imperfectly-formed but ultimately entertaining collection of stories from Ethan Coen never overemphasises easy style and never falls into drab dusty throwback storytelling, etch-a-sketch impressionistic artiness or the stoopid balls-for-brains certainty that afflicts the more often-viewed corners of the twisted guggenheim edifice of american literature ( :-/ sorry about that sentence..it was half-price down the local lit-crit superstore on my Ars Longa card...i couldn't resist..it came with free air freshener....) With some obvious ...
Gates of Eden - Ethan CoenNo alarms... (1388 words)
by theediscerning - written on 07/12/04, updated on 07/01/05 (Very useful, 148 readings)
the collection looked at is very similar, with some flashes of really great and witty writing, with a lot that rather disappoints. It is also no great surprise that Ethan Coen managed a book of short stories. Several people have managed to transcend the celebrity book format and written proper literature - Ethan Hawke, Steve Martin (at least twice)... the jury might still be out on Tom Baker, though. Coen and his brother have written several movies, and got Oscar nominations and so on galore for their efforts, which have a standard black humour, fascination with death and violence, and quirky characters galore. These stories heighten that with barely an exception. ...