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I loved my mother too, and all my family.
A story about how a 50 something year old man deals with his elderly parents. Want to Read saving….
It was the only way to deal with the presence of death. This is basically a “father-son” book, and a lesser writer could easily have turned this same story into something completely tiresome – but Fante writes well, and here he’s often funny, reflective, humble, and humane.
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Dec 01, Francesca rated it liked it. Don’t read this one unless you read ‘Wait Until Spring, Bandini’ or ‘Ask the Dust’ and decide that it’s a moral imperative that you read everything Fante ever wrote. This book is pretty good. Michael Walterich rated it liked it Linro 19, Nov 06, Tibbe rated it liked it.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Dostoyevsky had epilepsy, I had asthma. Nov 20, Brent Legault rated it liked it.
Rachel rated it liked it Nov 04, Inflammation of the bronchial tubes. Henry Molise, a 50 year old, successful writer, returns to the family home to help with the latest drama; his aging parents want to divorce.
The hatred for my father melted. Henry Molise is an author living hundreds of miles from his family who live in a small Cailfornian town, He receives a phone call from his brother saying that his parents are getting divorced, they are in their 70’s and been married for 50 plus years.
I mean, he’s not even a dirty old bastard of an old fart like his friend Bukowski. Not a bad read with a good depiction of a man coming to terms with his parents decline and some humour although a very odd sexual encounter towards the end which didn’t seem to me to be explainable. His mother, though ill and devout to her Catholicism, still has the power to comfort and confuse her children Henry Molise, a 50 year old, successful writer, returns to the family home to help with the latest drama; his aging parents want to divorce.
To ask other readers questions about The Brotherhood of the Grapeplease sign up. Jan 21, Aurora rated it liked it Shelves: I wanted to think and feel like Dostoyevsky.
She laughed to see how tw she had woven her spell, and while they stared like haunted lovers I slipped into the parlor and telephoned Harriet in Redondo Beach. I was glad to go. Refresh and try again. Then I ended up reading books about old farts. La confraternita dell’uva di John Fante.
The Brotherhood of the Grape by John Fante. But it arrygues, and the writing here is occasionally graceful and moving. Apr 21, M. Return to Book Page. Not Fante’s best work, but enjoyable nonetheless.
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Jan 23, Kobe Bryant rated it liked it. For Fante-ites only, I believe. His mother, though ill and devout to her Catholicism, still has the power to comfort and confuse her children. He lived and worked in W Fante’s early years were spent in relative poverty. He’s just some normal old guy. Fante prende spunto dalla propria vita e delle esperienze personali per sviluppare la trama del romanzo. Henry’s tyrannical, brick laying father, Nick, though weak and alcoholic, can still strike fear into the hearts of his sons.
His name was Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky. I fatti si accavallavano uno dietro l’altro destabilizzandomi un po’ libbro la lettura. Beguiled and voracious Virgil filled his cheeks with gnocchi and eggplant ljbro veal, and flooded them down his gullet with the fabulous grape of Joe Musso, spellbound, captivated, mooning over his great mother, enrapturing her with loving glances, pausing midst his greed to lift her hand and kiss it gratefully.
To write well a man must have a fatal ailment.