5 edition of No more for the road found in the catalog.
No more for the road
|Statement||Duane Mehl ; drawings by Siegfried Reinhardt.|
|LC Classifications||HV5805.M43 A35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||75022721|
In One More For The Road we are treated to the best this talented writer has to offer: the eerie and strange, nostalgic and bittersweet, searching and speculative. Here are a father's regrets, a lover's last embrace, a child's dreams of the future 栬l delivered . There is a recurring juxtaposition of the old world with the new, the phantoms and shapes that remain of a world that will be no more. In this section, along with the man's dreams and his childhood home, the man and boy also see a lake that has no more fish, a concrete dam that will remain long after people, and newspapers that contain "quaint.
Please be aware that this discussion guide may contain spoilers! ABOUT THIS BOOK Set in the smoking ashes of a postapocalyptic America, Cormac McCarthy's The Road tells the story of a man and his son's journey toward the sea and an uncertain salvation. The world they pass through is a ghastly vision of scorched countryside and blasted cities "held by cores of blackened looters who tunneled. 'One for the road' sounds as though it might be a 'ye olde' expression used by medieval travellers when leaving an inn or by a Dickensian character taking a swig of grog before disappearing into a London fog. There is a suggestion that this phrase derives from the supposed practice of offering condemned felons a final drink at pubs on the way.
'One More For the Road': *** a would-be author thinks he has an idea for the perfect book. How does that work out for him and his publisher? 'Time Intervening': **** an old man, a boy, a young man, and some little children keep meeting. 'The Enemy in the Wheat': /5(8). They have no real way of knowing where they are, but the boy recognizes the man’s tendency to be over-optimistic in his presence. The cooking infant is perhaps the most horrifying image of the book. These travelers did not seem to be the violent kind of “bad guys,” but they have still sacrificed all humanity and decency for survival’s sake.
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No More for the Road: One Man's Journey From Chemical Dependency to Freedom Paperback – January 1, by Duane Mehl (Author) › Visit Amazon's Duane Mehl Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. 4/5(2). In One More For The Road we are treated to the best this talented writer has to offer: the eerie and strange, nostalgic and bittersweet, searching and speculative.
Here are a father's regrets, a lover's last embrace, a child's dreams of the future 栬l delivered /5(35). Cormac McCarthy is an American novelist, screenwriter, and playwright who has won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, and the National Book Critics Circle Award.A number of his works have been adapted into films, including All the Pretty Horses, The Road, and the four-time Academy Award–winning No Country for Old Men.4/5(1K).
The Road is a post-apocalyptic novel by American writer Cormac book details the journey of a father and his young son over a period of several months, across a landscape blasted by an unspecified cataclysm that has destroyed most of civilization and, in Author: Cormac McCarthy.
ABOUT THIS BOOK Set in the smoking ashes of a postapocalyptic America, Cormac McCarthy's The Road tells the story of a man and his son's journey toward the sea and an uncertain salvation. The world they pass through is a ghastly vision of scorched countryside and blasted cities "held by cores of blackened looters who tunneled among the ruins and crawled from the rubble white of tooth and eye.
Get free homework help on Cormac McCarthy's The Road: book summary, chapter summary and analysis, quotes, and character analysis courtesy of CliffsNotes. The novel begins with the man and boy in the woods, the boy asleep, as the two of them are making their journey along the road Read more at.
The Road By Cormac McCarthy This book is dedicated to JOHN FRANCIS MCCARTHY When he woke in the woods in the dark and the cold of the night he'd reach out to touch the child sleeping beside him. Nights dark beyond darkness and the days more gray each one than what had gone before.
Like the onset of some cold glaucoma dimming away the world. The Road is a deeply imagined work and harrowing no matter what your politics." —Bookforum "We find this violent, grotesque world rendered in gorgeous, melancholic, even biblical cadences Few books can do more; few have done better.
Read this book." —Rocky Mountain News. The Road is a truly disturbing book; it is absorbing, mystifying and completely harrowing. Simply because it shows us how man could act given the right circumstances; it’s a terrifying concept because it could also be a true one. It isn’t a book that gives you any answers, you have to put the pieces together and presume.
No More Mountains to Cross is B & W photo album of the post-retrenchment Milwaukee Road. As a Milwaukee Road researcher and collector, I had seen this title referenced numerous places elsewhere and decided to get it sight unseen. The book shows a somewhat stunned, shrunken railroad in the confusing times before sale to Soo Line was s: 2.
"One More for the Road" was on a bookshelf in my house, so I must have read it many years ago. Fortunately, I didn't remember most of the stories so it was like reading it fresh.
This book /5(). Add the post-apocalyptic The Road to Cormac McCarthy’s growing list of masterpieces. It combines the terse but poetic meditations on the horrific depths of human depravity of his Blood Meridian with the taut, thriller writing found in his, No Country for Old separates The Road from his other works is McCarthy’s ability to capture moments of lyrical and emotional beauty in a father.
The entire setting and plot of The Road illustrate the apparent entropy of the earth and all life, and death must be taken into account in every action the characters take. The violence of this post-apocalyptic world adds to the horror of death, as in the face of disaster many humans have reverted to terrible behaviors of murder and cannibalism.
In One More For The Road we are treated to the best this talented writer has to offer: the eerie and strange, nostalgic and bittersweet, searching and speculative. Here are a father's regrets, a lover's last embrace, a child's dreams of the future 栬l delivered Reviews: The Road takes place after some unknown apocalyptic event has nearly wiped out the earth.
In this landscape everything is dead and burnt, the sun is blotted out by ash, all plants and animals are extinct, and most humans are either lone travelers or members of cannibalistic communes. Launched inThe Road Book is the first of its kind, supplying every single World Tour race across the men's and women's calendar, exclusive essays from leading figures within cycling, team profiles and more.
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If you are interested more The MaddAdams trilogy (need to start with #1) by Margaret Atwood. Same subject matter - but completely different writing style. If you are interested in this book you can scroll through "Readers also enjoyed", "Lists that contain The Road", and other books by Cormac McCarthy on The Road's main page.
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Content includes books from bestselling, midlist and debut authors. They now come closer to starving than they have yet in the book, and their situation grows more desperate. The man keeps setting reachable goals – not just going south or heading for the coast, but one step at a time, like drinking some water and walking down the road.
Maybe you stumbled upon The Road because you're into the post-apocalyptic scene – you have a soft spot for Mad Max and Terminator movies, or found yourself enjoying Children of Men, 28 Days Later, and The Book of maybe you've read some of Cormac McCarthy's novels before.
Either way, you're in for a treat with The Road. Not only did The Road – a book about and a father and son. 5. The Road by Cormac McCarthy. It took me a long time to get through The Road, a post-apocalyptic journey of a father and son pushing a shopping cart south, through the .hill where the road crested and where they could see out over the darkening country to the south, standing there in the wind, wrapped in their blankets, watching for any sign of a fire or a lamp.
There was nothing. The lamp in the rocks on the side of the hill was little more than a mote of light and after a while they walked back.