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Home and Away: Writing the Beautiful Game Karl Ove Knausgaard
My Struggle offers a comprehensive X-ray of a human soul, illuming every shame and humiliation (and there are many), every joy, grief and tendernessThe discourse is so open, so productive and thoughtful, that when readers reach the final letter, from Ekelund, sadness takes over; we can’t read Knausgaard’s replyBrazils nationally traumatic 7-1 humiliation by Germany in the semi-finals is treated with appropriate gravitas (A historic meltdown on every level)They talk of players past and present: both revere Diego Maradona to the far side of idolatryBut you were thereFredriks colourful evocations of Brazil are enlivening, while Karl Oves grimly dutiful, stay-at-home-dad lifestyle is mostly engaging and sometimes funnyFilled with exquisite, solemn passages about the stark Scandinavian landscape and the quiet life of caring for children, Knausgaards letters are the weightier of the two, constantly bringing the conversation back to geopolitical and metaphysical questionsthe state of the individual in modern society, the dissolution of the collective, the nature of memoryIt really shouldnt work, but somehow it doesHe is BotafogoHe published his first book, Stuv Malm, in 1984, and has since published another sixteen worksnovels, detective novels, collections of poetry, and three books about soccerEkelund would rather see an open game, ebbing and flowing in its pace and pressureIn August of the same year I found out that my first novel Malm Dockers, Report! had been accepted by Bonnier, and I was still on a high knowing I was to be what I'd dreamed of being for a long time: a writerLife and death is very close in RioHe is watching soccer on TV and falls asleep in front of the setIts a bit like that round hereSUBSCRIBE Mon 3/7/2017 News Ireland World Politics Crime & Law Social Affairs Health Education Brexit Sport Lions Tour Rugby Soccer Gaelic Games Golf Racing Other Sports Women in Sport Comment Business The Economy Your Money Companies Technology Work Commercial Property Comment Opinion Editorials Letters Columnists An Irishman's Diary Opinion & Analysis Martyn Turner Life & Style Food & Drink Homes & Property Health & Family People Travel Motors Fashion Abroad Culture Books Film Music Stage Art & Design TV, Radio, Web Treibh More You are what you read eBooks Offers Jobs Family Notices Competitions Video Podcasts Inside Politics World View Second Captains Business Risn Meets Off Topic The Women's Podcast Executive Jobs Crosswords Newsletters Notices The subjunctive (the world as it might be) and the indicative (the world as it is), and as we know, Germany are very good at indicative football Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of dateWe fell into conversationEkelund would rather see an open game, ebbing and flowing in its pace and pressurePlayers I would take to my heart, not least Moore, whom I thought so manly and handsome and therefore or so I imagined at the time also skilful.(Jan.) DETAILS Reviewed on: 12/05/2016 Release date: 01/10/2017 Paperback - 432 pages - 978-0-345-81075-5Open Ebook - 432 pages - 978-0-374-71464-2 Show other formats FORMATS Buy this book Amazon Barnes & Noble iBooks IndieBound Powell's The Best Books, Emailed Every Week Tip Sheet! MORE BOOKS YOU'D LIKE ADVERTISEMENT MORE FROM PUBLISHERS WEEKLY The Best Books of Summer 2017 10 Books That Puzzle the Reader PW Picks: Books of the Week Top 10 Dickinson Poems One day we got around to talking about Octavio PazNot too sorry about the result as I remembered the pope is Argentinian and I wouldnt have liked to entertain the possibility that religion had influenced the outcome 48a4f088c3