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    PDF History of the Rain Ò Niall Williams “I will know somehow we can come through and our story is of enduring and aspiring and that it is enough to keep hoping and to keep telling stories for each other and about each other”Ruth Swain has taught me a lesson here and for that I am forever indebted to her I have a tendency to be harder on myself than I am on anyone else The shadow that has fallen over the country and the world in recent times has caused me to examine myself

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    SUMMARY History of the Rain PDF History of the Rain Ò Niall Williams I was in this small town Faha in Ireland in this attic room filled with so many books in the mind and heart of Ruth Swain an unforgettable character who made me laugh cry think and want to read all of those classics I never read Nineteen and bedridden in her attic room with an illness that is never fully divulged Ruth Swain reads and writes a

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    PDF History of the Rain Ò Niall Williams A novel of beauty and grace showing again that Niall Williams is than a writer he is a composer who elicits music from the magical combination of letters we know as words Young Ruth Swain has returned home from university to convalesce in her attic bedroom where the rain of Co Clare pours ceaselessly on the two windows above her head and th

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DOWNLOAD ✓ History of the Rain FREE DOWNLOAD ´ TACUAREMBOFC.CO å Niall Williams SUMMARY History of the Rain Ruthie must first trace the jutting jaw lines narrow faces and gleamy skin of the Swains from the restless Reverend Swain her great grandfather to grandfather Abraham to her father Virgil via pole vaulting leaping salmon poetry and the three thousand nine hundred and fifty eight books piled high beneath the two skylights in her roo. Hide and seek and salve This is a novel for those who love to lose themselves and find others between pages whose scent whispers as much as the words Who want to understand those they ve loved and lost through their stories and the ones they tell about them Who want the company of a bibliophile with a poetic turn of phrase and dash of sharp wit We are our stories We tell them to stay alive or keep alive those who only live now in the telling This is akin to the recurring theme of words as rescue teams in one of my favourite books Stefansson s Heaven and Hell see my review HERE Image SoleSoul book as mirror by Kasper Lorene SourceNarrator and subjectThe book tells of three generations of a family in rural west Ireland This Dear Reader is a river narrative My chosen style is The Meander It s steeped in literature poetry water salmon fishing mortality mythology and empty hope 19 year old Ruth Swain is trying to understand her father Virgil through his personal library of 3958 books burned and drowned but undestroyed just as he had tried to understand his own father through a shared love of the river She constantly likens people in her family or village to characters from the classics and specifies the exact edition her father has and often what it smells of Most of the aromas are literal fire and rain but some are metaphorical with a faint sulphuric whiff of nationalism trapped within the pages It reveals at least as much about Ruth the teller and the told as those she writes aboutI immediately thought of Cassandra Mortmain the narrator of I Capture the Castle though this is a literary and adult novel Both are excitable bookish teens with an eccentric family including a father who s a writer struggling in greatly reduced circumstances But Ruth is bedbound with an unspecified blood disorder like a character from or author of one of her favourite 19th century novels When you tune out her penchant for initial caps to indicate Important Things she s fun gossipy insightful and has a knowledge of literature far exceeding mine There s also a smattering of local history geography meteorology and plenty about the mythology and biology of salmon There is an old fashioned other worldliness to Ruth so her occasional mentions of things like the Euro internet and Aldi jar a little Image Fishing for salmon in the River Shannon SourceConfluence I am the child of two languages and two religions and the most male female and oldest young person to boot Ruth s mother is a MacCarroll a family who ve lived in Faha County Clare for generations On her father s side her great grandfather was an English vicar whose son came to Ireland to escape the Impossible Standard of the Swains which so often leads to caustic disappointment MacCarrolls were always into the stories But first the stories were inside them The Swain are the written the MacCarroll the oral Ours is a history of tongue marrying paper WaterIreland is renowned for its elegiac mist and mesmeric rain and like many Irish authors Williams emotes via dampness and drenching The rain that pretends it s not rain the rain that crosses the Atlantic and comes for its holidays rain that laughs at the word summer hoots at what pours streams teems lashes pelts and buckets down The book s title from a poem Ruth s father writes is specific But although rain sets the mood and feeds the river it s the river which is far significant both giver and thief And its destination marked and moulded Virgil in his years as a sailor for which he took of course Moby Dick Image Two rivers meet the Drava and Danube Croatia SourceDeath andof hope You think you won t survive it Why is the world continuing Grief doesn t know we invented time Grief has its own tide and comes and goes in waves There are several tragic and premature deaths and Ruth s condition makes her very conscious of her own mortality Her narration is invariably jaunty with an occasional dash of satire or cynicism But in 300 pages she lets slip some very negative thoughts about hope that I tend to agree with It s hard to live on hope The you hope the you hurt Hope you see takes a long time to die Hope may or may not be a Thing with Feathers But it s definitely a Thing with Claws uotesWeather and salmon uotes I am up in the rain here and watching it weep down the skylight The fields are wrapped in soft grey tissues of weather The sky is huge and jellyfish grey and there s no light in it at all There s just this watery expanse leaking drops It was one of those perfectly still mist laid mornings the fields wearing that silver drapery in imitation of Heaven It s this warm pink insinuation into the air It s lovely and gentle and penetrating and smells of the supernatural Cooked salmonBooks and reading uotes I love the feel of a book I love the touch and smell and sound of the pages I love the handling A book is a sensual thing The books were worn in a way they can only get work by hands and eyes and minds these were the literal original Facebooks Pages are thinned down to a fineness that feels holy somehow so that even turning them is kind of sanctifying Bibles It gets fatter with reading which it should because in a way the you read it the bigger your own experience of the world gets the fatter your soul It s like there was a current or a pulse on the page and when his eyes connected to it he just made this low thrum I didn t want to be a writer I wanted to be a reader which is rare Family narrative uotes In families it s hard to see the story If you re in it the Plot Points aren t clearly marked We wanted the world to have a plot Things were conseuent only in the sense that they followed We were becoming a story But where was the meaning Nothing in your own family is unusual Not even your father reading William Blake to the cattle Dad moved in to his new wife and her mother s home with the baffled shyness of a character just arriving in a story already underway Poetry uotes A poem is the most impossible thing its own guarantee of failure Poetry is basically where seeing meets sound Transcendence is the business of poets Hardship uotes What Time sometimes does to hardship turn it into fairy tale Three muck fields where our cows paddle in the memory of actual grass Our cattle were uniue in being able to eat grass and get thinner They added to this a propensity for drowning I was feeling that kind of weakness you feel where you imagine there must be a valve open somewhere inside you Somewhere you re leaking away Our house home to too many metaphors Read read readRuth s strongest exhortation is to read Her favourites include Dickens RL Stevenson Emily Dickinson and especially WB Yeats She suggests picking a Yeats poem at random My choice isn t random it s well known but it speaks to me and ties in with the idea that hope is a riskAede Wishes for The Cloths of HeavenHad I the heaven s embroidered clothsEnwrought with golden and silver lightThe blue and the dim and the dark clothsOf night and light and the half light I would spread the cloths under your feetBut I being poor have only my dreams I have spread my dreams under your feet Tread softly because you tread on my dreams WB YeatsAnd if you ve not read Stefansson s stunning three parter NOT a trilogy that I mentioned at the start my exhortation to you is to rectify that no spoilers Overview Part 1 Heaven and Hell Part 2 The Sorrow of Angels Part 3 The Heart of Man Black Feminism in ualitative Inuiry her great grandfather to grandfather Abraham to Developmental Transitions her father Virgil via pole vaulting leaping salmon poetry and the three thousand nine Developmental Transitions hundred and fifty eight books piled Hybridity in Peacebuilding and Development high beneath the two skylights in FORGERY OF MAGIC her roo. Hide and seek and salve This is a novel for those who love to lose themselves and find others between pages whose scent whispers as much as the words Who want to understand those they ve loved and lost through their stories and the ones they tell about them Who want the company of a bibliophile with a poetic turn of phrase and dash of sharp wit We are our stories We tell them to stay alive or keep alive those who only live now in the telling This is akin to the recurring theme of words as rescue teams in one of my favourite books Stefansson s Heaven and Hell see my review HERE Image SoleSoul book as mirror by Kasper Lorene SourceNarrator and subjectThe book tells of three generations of a family in rural west Ireland This Dear Reader is a river narrative My chosen style is The Meander It s steeped in literature poetry water salmon fishing mortality mythology and empty The Cowboys Mini Cupids Mills Boon True Love Mills Boon True Love Match Made in Haven Book 4 hope 19 year old Ruth 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DOWNLOAD ✓ History of the Rain FREE DOWNLOAD ´ TACUAREMBOFC.CO å Niall Williams SUMMARY History of the Rain M beneath the rainThe stories of her golden twin brother Aeney their closeness even as he slips away; of their dogged pursuit of the Swains' Impossible Standard and forever falling just short; of the wild rain sodden history of fourteen acres of the worst farming land in Ireland pour forth in Ruthie's still small strong hopeful voic. I picked up History of the Rain after reading the review by my good GR friend Terri I am indebted to her for bringing the novel to my attention Plain Ruth Swain is one of the most appealing characters I have met in a long time There is nothing plain about Ruth in my opinion as she writes in her still small strong hopeful voice Confined to her bed and with her golden twin already slipped away from her she is a reader Like many of the infirm she views the world from a different viewpoint than the rest of us and her voice is unsubtle insightful and delightfully extraordinary From her bed Ruth is searching for her father Virgil Swain and as she puts it she s writing a river Her story simply flows Beginning with the incredibly obstinate Swains her great grandfather the Reverend grandfather Abraham she also tells you snippets of her mother s family history There s the Shannon River rain fishing pole vaulting poetry Ireland and there s Ruth Woven with her own tale and references to her 3958 books she imparts her father s story This is my father s story I am writing it to find him But to get where you re going you have to first go backwards That s directions in Ireland it s also TS Eliot We are our stories We tell them to stay alive or to keep alive those who only live now in the telling He had the kind of brain where strange is just normal in a bit of a storm All time was the same to Nan she had that most remarkable of skills the habit of living and has it so perfected that death has given up and gone away If you don t fall for Plain Ruth Swain there just may be something amiss with your humanity The Times summation of History of the Rain is perfect Williams prose is bathed in poetry and moonlight Ruth Swain is a narrator who tells a story unlike any other storyteller Her voice and her story are indelible and captivating Mr Williams I applaud youThis is one of the best reads I have had this year The blurb says this novel is exuisite believe me it is Most Highly Recommended 5 Greek Myth and the Bible her golden twin brother Aeney their closeness even as Global Leadership he slips away; of their dogged pursuit of the Swains' Impossible Standard and forever falling just short; of the wild rain sodden Best Practices in Educational Therapy history of fourteen acres of the worst farming land in Ireland pour forth in Ruthie's still small strong Best Practices in Educational Therapy hopeful voic. 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DOWNLOAD ✓ History of the Rain FREE DOWNLOAD ´ TACUAREMBOFC.CO å Niall Williams SUMMARY History of the Rain We are our stories We tell them to stay alive or keep alive those who only live now in the telling In Faha County Clare everyone is a long storyBedbound in her attic room beneath the falling rain in the margin between this world and the next Plain Ruth Swain is in search of her father To find him enfolded in the mystery of ancestors. As It Is in Heaven was so enjoyable I wanted to return to another Niall Williams novel sooner rather than later History of the Rain is extraordinary phenomenal brilliant WOW just WOWA young girl name Ruth Swain an Irish girl lies in bed sick we never know what she has but is surrounded by books around 3000 books which she inherited by her father Throughout the story books are dropped like rain I was marking books I haven t read and looking up books to familiarize myself with At one point during a break from reading I became curiousHave MANY of my friends inherited books from their parents I asked one friend on Goodreads an author and an artist today if his parents were book people They were readers not writers For 30 years I saved boxes of children s books that I wanted ALMOST DESPERATELY to pass down to my grandchildren approx 30 boxes worth Given how much fun reading was with my daughters growing up writing little luv messages in the books that had special meaning theater productions etc I had a vision of passing them down However after 30 years of waiting and no grandkids we felt it was time to donate them I saved a few special favorites I d really love to know from my friends what it feels like to be reading books that were once your parents How do those books feel for YOU now I never had that experience and it was so wonderful in this book I COULD NEVER DO THIS BOOK JUSTICE with my measly review In my opinion it s as close to a masterpiece as any book is called one We are pulled into this family RUTH is struggling to find her way through distress and her illness ITS THE WRITING AND STORYTELLINGincluding learning about booksthat is soooo awesome so well done We learn about Ruth s father and his father seen through literature We also get invited to feel for a short time anyway to be part of this Irish communityin a small village in Ireland I loved it Visually I felt like I was was living in Ireland You head along and you know the river is somewhere down here You ll feel your descending towards it river in a green underworld And the drizzle kind of sticks to the windows so the wipers don t really take it and the fields seem lumpish and bunched together the way you imagine green dancers might if they fell under the spell and lay down That s how I think of it the slopes and slants the green dips and hills on either side of you Many characters to laugh at and laugh with many to love There is history tragedy humanity beauty and BOOKS Niall Williams writing is wonderful HIGHLY RECOMMEND Girl Wash Your Face Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are so You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be her attic room beneath the falling rain in the margin between this world and the next Plain Ruth Swain is in search of The Wrong Man him enfolded in the mystery of ancestors. As It Is in Heaven was so enjoyable I wanted to return to another Niall Williams novel sooner rather than later History of the Rain is extraordinary phenomenal brilliant WOW just WOWA young girl name Ruth Swain an Irish girl lies in bed sick we never know what she When and Where I Enter The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America has but is surrounded by books around 3000 books which she inherited by The Image of You her father Throughout the story books are dropped like rain I was marking books I Myers Briggs Typology Vs Jungian Individuation haven t read and looking up books to familiarize myself with At one point during a break from reading I became curiousHave MANY of my friends inherited books from their parents I asked one friend on Goodreads an author and an artist today if Myers Briggs Typology vs Jungian Individuation his parents were book people They were readers not writers For 30 years I saved boxes of children s books that I wanted ALMOST DESPERATELY to pass down to my grandchildren approx 30 boxes worth Given Fever A Novel how much fun reading was with my daughters growing up writing little luv messages in the books that Victoria had special meaning theater productions etc I Eminent Victorians had a vision of passing them down However after 30 years of waiting and no grandkids we felt it was time to donate them I saved a few special favorites I d really love to know from my friends what it feels like to be reading books that were once your parents How do those books feel for YOU now I never The Victorians had that experience and it was so wonderful in this book I COULD NEVER DO THIS BOOK JUSTICE with my measly review In my opinion it s as close to a masterpiece as any book is called one We are pulled into this family RUTH is struggling to find Navigating Social Journalism her way through distress and My Biggest Mistake her illness ITS THE WRITING AND STORYTELLINGincluding learning about booksthat is soooo awesome so well done We learn about Ruth s father and The Scenic Route A Novel his father seen through literature We also get invited to feel for a short time anyway to be part of this Irish communityin a small village in Ireland I loved it Visually I felt like I was was living in Ireland You Olympic Perspectives head along and you know the river is somewhere down The Littlest Marine Bachelor Battalion #1 Silhouette Desire #1167 here You ll feel your descending towards it river in a green underworld And the drizzle kind of sticks to the windows so the wipers don t really take it and the fields seem lumpish and bunched together the way you imagine green dancers might if they fell under the spell and lay down That s Fools and Mortals how I think of it the slopes and slants the green dips and Institutional Design in New Democracies Latin America in Global Perspective hills on either side of you Many characters to laugh at and laugh with many to love There is Kinotalk history tragedy Understanding Contemporary Brazil humanity beauty and BOOKS Niall Williams writing is wonderful HIGHLY RECOMMEND

  • Hardcover
  • 358
  • History of the Rain
  • Niall Williams
  • English
  • 07 July 2020
  • 9781408852026