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  • Paperback
  • 660 pages
  • Middlesex
  • Jeffrey Eugenides
  • Romanian
  • 22 September 2018

Middlesex Middlesex Este Povestea Unui Hermafrodit American Cal Stephanides, Naratorul Si Protagonistul Romanului, Sufera De O Anomalie Genetica Rara Depasind Criza Declansata La Paisprezece Ani, Cind Isi Descopera Adevarata Identitate Sexuala, Cal Decide Sa Evite Procedurile Chirurgicale De Schimbare A Sexului Si Sa Ramina O Persoana Cu Sex De Mijloc In Jurul Acestui Destin Se Tese Cronica Unei Familii Pret De Trei Generatii, Parcursul Ei Emigrational Din Asia Mica Pina La Detroit Si Reinventarea Unei Identitati Individuale Si De Familie.

Jeffrey Kent Eugenides is an American Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and short story writer of Greek and Irish extraction.Eugenides was born in Detroit, Michigan, of Greek and Irish descent He attended Grosse Pointe s private University Liggett School He took his undergraduate degree at Brown University, graduating in 1983 He later earned an M.A in Creative Writing from Stanford University.In Jeffrey Kent Eugenides is an American Pulitzer Prize winning novelist and short story writer of Greek and Irish extraction.Eugenides was born in Detroit, Michigan, of Greek and Irish descent He attended Grosse Pointe s private University Liggett School He took his undergraduate degree at Brown University, graduating in 1983 He later earned an M.A in Creative Writing from Stanford University.In 1986 he received the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowship for his story Here Comes Winston, Full of the Holy Spirit His 1993 novel, The Virgin Suicides, gained mainstream interest with the 1999 film adaptation directed by Sofia Coppola The novel was reissued in 2009.Eugenides is reluctant to appear in public or disclose details about his private life, except through Michigan area book signings in which he details the influence of Detroit and his high school experiences on his writings He has said that he has been haunted by the decline of Detroit.Jeffrey Eugenides lives in Princeton, New Jersey with his wife, the photographer and sculptor Karen Yamauchi, and their daughter In the fall of 2007, Eugenides joined the faculty of Princeton University s Program in Creative Writing.His 2002 novel, Middlesex, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction and the Ambassador Book Award Part of it was set in Berlin, Germany, where Eugenides lived from 1999 to 2004, but it was chiefly concerned with the Greek American immigrant experience in the United States, against the rise and fall of Detroit It explores the experience of the intersexed in the USA Eugenides has also published short stories.Eugenides is the editor of the collection of short stories titled My Mistress s Sparrow is Dead The proceeds of the collection go to the writing center 826 Chicago, established to encourage young people s writing.http us.macmillan.com author jeffrehttp www.harpercollins.co.uk Author

10 thoughts on “Middlesex

  1. says:

    I got off the bus from Bumbershoot around 1 AM, exhausted Convinced that even the cars speeding past my window couldn t keep me from this night s rest, I opened the door to a stench of exceptional vileness Not a dead stench, or a spoiled food stench This was the stench of sewage From a spot in the center of the living room I surveyed the apartment and discovered the source the commode and the area around it were covered in yuck I dialed up th...

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    Don t judge a book by its cover.I d seen this book on the shelves of a number of friends and in the arms of a number of travelers, so I decided to pick it up The title, Middlesex , suggested English countryside to me On the cover was what looked like a steamship, and a quote on the back began Part Tristram Shanty, part Ishmael So I came to the foolish conclusion that this was some 19th century English seafaring novel Typical I couldn t have beenwrong.Middlesex is the story of a Don t judge a book by its cover.I d seen this book on the shelves of a number of friends and in the arms of a number of travelers, so I decided to pick it up The title, Middlesex , suggested English countryside to me On the cover was what looked like a steamship, and a quote on the back began Part Tristram Shanty, part Ishmael So I came to the foolish conclusion that this was some 19th century Eng...

  3. says:

    Alright, it s high time I review this hermaphroditic little masterpiece.Being a pseudo biochemist pseudo in the sense that I only pretend to be a biochemist, whereas in reality I write scientific development reports and other documents that no one will ever read but which I ve convinced myself are just as fulfilling as doing real science , I find the premise of this novel to be incredibly interesting.5 Reductase deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder autosomal meaning that the gene cod Alright, it s high time I review this hermaphroditic little masterpiece.Being a pseudo biochemist pseudo in the sense that I only pretend to be a biochemist, whereas in reality I write scientific development reports and other documents that no one will ever read but which I ve convinced myself are just as fulfilling as doing real science , I find the pr...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This would have been better as an NPR story or an episode of This American Life than a novel Or maybe if someone other than Eugenides had written it An interesting idea, and a few engrossing sex scenes I like the crocus and the peep tank, and the whole long flir...

  5. says:

    Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides is a surprising and wonderfully written story about the life of Calliope Cal Stephanopolis who in the opening lines was born twice first, as a baby girland then again as a teenage boy The subject of hermaphroditism or intersexuality is addressed throughout as the book as a running theme as the cin matographique narrator Cal looks back at his childhood as Calliope and explains his complex incestuous family history from the origins of her grandparents as Greek Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides is a surprising and wonderfully written story abo...

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    This isn t so much a review as an embarrassing story I gave the book four stars for a reason The writing is beautiful I would recommend it Now onwards to my shame.So Brooke and I were standing in line to meet Eugenides Please understand it was a really long line after a similarly long day at work We passed the time chitchatting about this and that at our workplace and life in general By the time the organizer offered post its to our segment of the line, we were getting silly and joked ab This isn t so much a review as an embarrassing story I gave the book four stars for a re...

  7. says:

    Exactly the flawless masterpiece you ve heard of I ve read hundreds of novels in my day, this is in the top 3 On equal shelf with A Confederacy of Dunces and Blonde My own personal trifecta perfecta the best novels of ALL TIME I will never stop lauding this book ...

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    This is a book about transition.Transition from child to adult to parent and grandparent.From native to immigrant.From brother and sister to husband and wife.From rural dweller to urbanite.From modest affluence to poverty and up again.From loving language to losing the power of speech.From geek to hippie From war through peace to civil unrest.From belief to unbelief.From rescued to rescuer.From moral probity to corruption and crime.Oh, and one character transitions from female to male.The last This is a book about transition.Transition from child to adult to parent and grandparent.From native to immigrant.From brother and sister to husband and wife.From rural dweller to urbanite.From modest affluence to poverty and up again.From loving language to losing the power of speech.From geek to hippie From war through peace to civil unrest.From belief to unbelief.From rescued to rescuer.From moral probity to corruption and crime.Oh, and one character transitions from female to male.The last of those is the book s USP, but don t let that fool you it s nolimited to those with niche interests in intersex conditions than it s limited to those of Greek heritage It is an unusual story, but with universal themes, told by a wonderfully engaging, lyrical, narrator.Few of u...

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    ex ovo omnia everything comes out of an egg.Yowsers, there are over twenty thousand reviews of this book on this site alone, so no, cannot say that I ve read them all, but it does get me to thinking ..I enjoyed this book waythan I expected And yet my expectations were misinformed by assumptions, most of which were my own, not the least of which was about the title Sometimes when reading I feel compelled to slow down, take my time Such was the case with this book It s a marathon ex ovo omnia everything comes out of an egg.Yowsers, there are over twenty thousand reviews of this book on this site alone, so no, cannot say that I ve read them all, but it does get me to thinking ..I enjoyed this book waythan I expected And yet my expectations were misinformed by assumptions, most of which were my own, not the least of which was about the title Sometimes when reading I feel compelled to slow down, take my time Such was the case with this book It s a marathon, not a sprint and I was fine with that I felt comfortable with the pace and manner in which Eugenides chose to tell this story.This story affected me deeply.It is funny and tragicRich and abundantTender and expansiveIn fact I love what Andrew O Hehir said A heart breaking tale of growing up awkward and lonely in 70 s suburbia It is as much a historic and social novel of Detroit as it is abo...

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    Mr Eugenides can do everything, or at least I am convinced of such after reading Middlesex.I passed on this book for a long time I kept picking it up in bookstores and putting it down I ve seen quotes from it everywhere, all of which were beautiful, and kept hearing wonderful things about it from friends To be perfectly honest, what kept me from picking it up in the subject a hermaphrodite I think of myself as someone with an open mind, but the thing is that I just wasn t sure if I d be ab Mr Eugenides can do everything, or at least I am convinced of such after ...

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