The Man Who Saw Everything
by Deborah Levy
✅ Editor: Penguin Books Ltd
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British author and playwright Deborah Levy’s first fictional outing from the 2016 the Hot Milk, a Man Who has Seen Everything, is a charming novel of fracture of time, memory and experience. Pin-wheeling through one man’s life, from the late 1980’s Abbey Road to communist East Berlin and beyond, Levy’s deft, playful, and definitely honed the novel is a masterpiece of narrative invention. A book that asks bold questions about how our love, loyalty, and understanding may change – thin, shatteringly – in the face of the merciless march of history unfold. Electrifying and daring, a new, unmissable novel about the old and the new Europe, the old and the new love, the twice-Man-Booker-finalist author of the Hot Milk and the swimming Pool, at Home, In 1989, Saul Adler ( a narcissist, a young historian) is hit by a car on Abbey Road. He is apparently well; he wakes up and goes to see his art student girlfriend, Jennifer Moreau. Have sex then break up, but not before she has photographed Saul going through the same Abbey Road. Saul leaves to study in communist East Berlin, two months before the Wall comes down. There you meet – in a significant way – both his assigned translator and his translator, his sister, who swears she has seen a jaguar that prowls the city. He will fall in love and brooding over the his tough, authoritarian father. And he will make friends with a hippie, Rainer, that may or may not be an agent of the Stasi, but I will come back to haunt him in the middle ages. In 2016, Saul Adler was struck by a car on Abbey Road. He is in the hospital, where he spends the following days, slipping in and out of consciousness, and in and out of memories of the past. A number of people gather at his bedside. One of them is Jennifer Moreau. But someone important is missing. Slipping slyly between time zones and leaving a spiral path, Deborah Levy’s electrifying new novel examines what we see and what we cannot see until we encounter the ghosts of history – the world and our.
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