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by Garrison Keillor

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ISBN:
0571217230
Author:
Garrison Keillor
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gardners Books (January 31, 2005)
Pages:
272 pages
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1652 kb
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1859 kb
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1189 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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622


Love Me" is a remarkable book. Keillor is honest, transparent, funny, and sadly wise. I am a big fan of Garrison Keillor and really wanted to love his novel Love Me, but it was plagued with problems and a difficult book to enjoy

Love Me" is a remarkable book. I am a big fan of Garrison Keillor and really wanted to love his novel Love Me, but it was plagued with problems and a difficult book to enjoy. The main character, Larry Wyler, is a novelist who decides to leave his life (and wife) behind in Minnesota to pursue his dream of working for The New Yorker.

Garrison Keillor, author of nearly a dozen books, is founder and host of the acclaimed radio show A Prairie Home Companionand the daily program The Writer's Almanac. He is also a regular contributor to Timemagazine. Библиографические данные. Love Me KEILLOR, GARRISON.

Gary Edward "Garrison" Keillor (born August 7, 1942) is an American author, storyteller, humorist, voice actor, and radio personality. He is best known as the creator of the Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) show A Prairie Home Companion (called Garrison Keillor's Radio Show in some international syndication), which he hosted from 1974 to 2016.

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Garrison Keillor may have fans in many mediums, but if Love Me is the standard, his writing isn’t one of them for me. Get the chainsaw ready. Given it’s a Garrison Keillor read, the protagonist, Larry Wyler, is a middle-aged, white liberal with literary leanings in somewhat small town Midwest America. His wife, Iris, cares a lot for people, so, of course, Larry will leave her (though not divorce her) to pursue writer dreams in New York City.

In this thoughtful, deeply personal work, one of the nation's best-loved voices takes the plunge into politics and comes up with a book that has had all of America talking. Margie Krebsbach dreams up the idea of a trip to Rome, hoping to get her husband Carl to make love to her - he's been sleeping across the hall and she has no idea why. She finds a patriotic purpose for the journey. A Lake Wobegon boy, Gussy Norlander, died in the liberation of Rome, 1944, and his grave, according to his elderly brother, Norbert, is in a neglected weed patch near the Colosseum.

And I wondered who Fingers was and who Rossi was before he became Mr. Ross. And then Mr. Tony Crossandotti appeared in my office one day. Ross brows like cockroaches, gray-black hair swept back, helmet-shaped, every strand in place. Manicured nails, and gleaming shoes, and a magnificent gold tooth lit up his smile. He wore a bright purple shirt and orange tie and a green pin-striped suit with red silk pocket hankie folded in the shape of a horse’s head. And yellow-tinted glasses

n this charming departure from Lake Wobegon, bestselling author Garrison Keillor tells a hilarious and heartwarming tale of ambition, success and failure, and the virtues of real love. Aspiring writer Larry Wyler leads a quiet, decent life with his do-gooder wife, Iris, in St. Paul, Minnesota, but he wants more.

Larry Wyler is frustrated with provincial life and his failing marriage, until his best-selling novel, Spacious Skies, earns him a ticket to Manhattan, a million-dollar apartment and an office at The New Yorker. But when writer's block strikes, an invitation to write a newspaper advice column, 'Ask Mr Blue', provides a much needed distraction. Slowly, painfully, Wyler finds a measure of clarity for his own life, and then sets out to win back his wife's affections.