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  • Title: Balthazar
  • Author: Lawrence Durrell
  • ISBN: 9781400000289
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • Balthazar, is the second volume of Durrell s The Alexandria Quartet, set in Alexandria, Egypt, during the 1940s The events of each lush and sensuous novel are seen through the eyes of the central character L.G Darley, who observes the interactions of his lovers, friends, and acquaintances Balthazar, named for Darley s friend, a doctor and mystic, interprets Darley s vieBalthazar, is the second volume of Durrell s The Alexandria Quartet, set in Alexandria, Egypt, during the 1940s The events of each lush and sensuous novel are seen through the eyes of the central character L.G Darley, who observes the interactions of his lovers, friends, and acquaintances Balthazar, named for Darley s friend, a doctor and mystic, interprets Darley s views from a philosophical and intellectual viewpoint.
    Balthazar Balthazar is the second volume of Durrell s The Alexandria Quartet set in Alexandria Egypt during the s The events of each lush and sensuous novel are seen through the eyes of the central char

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    1. The second book in the Alexandria Quartet, still seen through the central character the writer Darley He is now living on a remote Greek island a few years after the events of the first novel Durrell s narrative and descriptive powers create an atmosphere you can almost touch and smell Balthazar arrives with some notes descriptions information about the events of Justine which sort of fill in gaps, create new perspectives, answer some puzzles and create new puzzles The bulk of the novel is taken [...]

    2. First Impression Followed by a SecondInitially, I suspected that this second volume of The Alexandria Quartet might be inferior to the first.However, having finished it, I don t really think of it as a wholly different work Its very nature and purpose is to tweek Justine It s both supplementary and complementary What emerges in the mind of the reader isn t so much a second distinct work, but a compound of the two My memory of the first is now irreversibly altered by the experience of the second [...]

    3. This is the second novel of four in Durrell s Alexandria Quartet I am glad that I read it, for it clarifies much that was enigmatic in the first novel, Justine, and it raises my estimation of the latter Again the narrator is the author, Darley, now removed from Alexandria and living on an isolated Greek island with a small girl child, the daughter of his dead former lover, the tubercular prostitute Melissa The little girl, who plays no part in the present narrative, is also the daughter of Nessi [...]

    4. A nica maneira de permanecermos fi is ao tempo escreve Baltasar consiste em intercalar as realidades, porque em cada ponto do Tempo as possibilidades s o infinitas na sua multiplicidade Viver escolher Reservar perpetuamente o nosso ju zo, escolher perpetuamente Alexandria

    5. This is a review of the audiobook, which I received in exchange for an honest review from Brilliance Audio.I originally read the second book of the Alexandria Quartet in 2009, and stopped without finishing the quartet My goal is to get through all four books this year, but it is definitely slower going since I m using the audio version Narrator Jack Klaff makes great efforts to distinguish between characters but sometimes that makes me really hate the time we spend with some of them Scobie with [...]

    6. I m beginning to think Durrell is one of the great writers of the 20th century Really, the writing is just incredible Like music on the page An Arab woman makes my bed, beating the pillows till they fluff out like the white of egg under a whisk Baroque, I think George Steiner called it Durrell said that the second two novels in the quartet weren t sequels, because that indicates a relationship in time rather, they are siblings The fourth novel, he says, is a legitimate sequel You understand what [...]

    7. Spectacular These books are structured in such a complex way that as you peel away each layer you learn about the whole I m going to be sad when I finish this quartet.

    8. I am just a refugee from the long slow toothache of English life It is terrible to love life so much you can hardly breathe A fattened, comprehensive and weezing approach will occur when I finish the Quartet.

    9. From Another AngleBalthazar, the second novel in Lawrence Durrell s Alexandria Quartet, is a less daunting proposition than its predecessor, Justine The author points out that the first three novels these two plus Mountolive all overlap in time, looking at the same events from different perspectives only the fourth book, Clea, is a true sequel Nonetheless, it is essential to read Justine first the greater clarity and expansiveness of Balthazar is possible only because the reader already knows mo [...]

    10. Durrell occupies a strange position at the fulcrum of modernity His style is often baroque and prone to exoticism at first, he evokes 19th century British colonial literature above all else , but this volume, the second of his best known Alexandria Quartet, reveals modern preoccupations besides A perceptive character observes modern art s debt to theoretical physics, and so it is the novel s tangle of disinterested and capricious love affairs modern and age old shift and squirm in quantum uncer [...]

    11. 3,5 zvaigznes K ds p rsteigums otr kvarteta da a ir krietni baud m ka par pirmo, lai gan tie i ai anot cij tiek uzsv rts filozofiskums Baltazars ir pilns ar nosl pumiem, da i tiek atkl ti, ir vair ki l i un pirm s da as notikumi par d s cit gaism Aizraujo i Neliku 4 zvaigznes tikai ar cer bu, ka n kam da a ir v l lab ka.

    12. Originally published on my blog here in June 2005.The introduction to this novel, the second in the Alexandria Quartet, briefly explains one of the structural ideas behind the novels I m not sure of the extent to which this is meant to be tongue in cheek, because it is the sort of idea often found in satires of intellectual writers who don t understand much science The explanation given for a quartet of novels the first three of which cover the same events from different perspectives is that the [...]

    13. What is Balthazar It is certainly impossible to read without first devouring its sibling Justine The entire concept is that Balthazar a supporting character from that book read that book the narrator Darley s memoirs and is offering an annotation of them from a different point of view You could perhaps describe this book as a story about character, not plot, but that would be deceptive the characters are the plot The journeys they make, the changes of motivation and destination, the doubts and f [...]

    14. Simply the saddest, most beautiful re telling of the events covered in Justine, yet with a richness that enhances the previous book and surpasses it It s full of charm and musings on love, loss, life and the familiar yet painful uncovering of news that you didn t want to hear All the while it adds a depth and complexity to the overall narrative of the Quartet that builds an excitement about the coming two volumes.Now I ve finished the second book of the Quartet on my second reading I m overjoyed [...]

    15. This is the second book in Durrell s Alexandria Quartet, and I can t imagine reading it without reading Justine first Even having read Justine not too long ago, I kept feeling a need to go back and re read to try to fit Balthazar into the context of the first novel.Interesting, new angles and information, and a demonstration of how perspective changes a story

    16. I read Justine ages ago, like when I was 17, so I can t really comment on the comparison between it and Balthazar, but the book has a great many of the things I remember liking about Lawrence Durrell his strong sense of place, and his writing style that reminds me of a lemon custard left out on an afternoon terrace, washed down with the last remnants of a gin and tonic that s now mostly ice melt.Delicate, impressionistic, nearly plotless, and with a weird as hell carnival scene towards the end, [...]

    17. Las partes en las que relata el viaje de Nessim a ver a su familia y, sobre todo, la parte centrada en el carnaval son de lo mejor que he le do en mucho tiempo A por el tercero

    18. The abridged version of events will be difficult to understand without a summary knowledge of what happened in Justine, so please read my review of that novel, the sibling companion of Balthazar, for a fuller appreciation of both This review also gives away plot spoilers for both Balthazar continues the narrative started in the first volume of the Alexandria Quartet, Justine This time, we read of many of the events recounted in Justine from another perspective, that of the psychiatrist Balthazar [...]

    19. Bu da olduk a g zel bir kitapm Durrell in yazma tarz ok zahmetli g z k yor S rekli bir eyler biriktirmi ve biriktirdiklerini do ru yerlerde s rekli kullan yor Durrell in bu tarz , kitab yer yer ok derinle tiriyor Bu kitap ilk kitaptaki olaylar n ba ka karakterin tan kl zerinden tekrar ele al nmas ndan olu uyor Justine in davran lar n n, gerek eleri zerinde tekrardan duruyoruz Justine, i imdeki kad n d man k r nt lar harekete ge irdi ini s ylemeliyim Ancak, pek oklar n n belirti i gibi Durrell in [...]

    20. I did not intend to review any of the Alexandria Quartet until I had finished them all Durrell makes it clear in the first novel _Justine_ that the series cannot be comprehended as a whole until it has been read in its entirety However, I wanted to share some thoughts now that I m halfway through These are fascinating and interesting books in which, much like Proust s _In Search of Lost Time_, the people the narrator knows shift in meaning and affect as he considers them in different situations [...]

    21. If memory serves, and surely it doesn t, Balthazar is a bit easier to read and get, in some fashion, than Justine Having perhaps slaked his appetite and Modernistic obscurantism with Justine, Durrell gets down sooner than later to full, lengthy storytelling I suspect many of the critics who laud Durrell uphill and down are distantly related to the denizens of the Emperor s empire despite seeing just about nothing to see, they have no desire to appear ignorant or uncultured in front of their peer [...]

    22. If things were always what they seemed, how impoverished would be the imagination of man With these words, Balthazar delivers startling new information that potentially changes everything, though it all makes perfect sense if a reader stops to think about it To better understand, the narrator goes back to the beginning to explain many things in an entirely new light I enjoyed this premise, and there is certainly still than enough new material to keep any astute reader interested I marveled in D [...]

    23. Not tonight This second book in The Alexandria Quartet has to soak for awhile in this read of it again after many years It didn t feel to me as if Balthazar tore apart the story of Justine with his Interlinear as much as the story suggests just added depth and perspective to what was a perhaps a naive, infatuated, self serving view Stories of colorful and enigmatic secondary characters emerged here Strangely, not sure I have a clear understanding of who Balthazar is as a character person in the [...]

    24. This is the second volume of Lawrence Durrell s Alexandria Quartet He calls it not a sequel to Justine but a sibling Balthazar was the mystic philosopher in Justine who brought many of the characters together in regular meetings for study of the Cabal and other writings.In this version of the story, most of which is a letter from Balthazar to the writer of both novels, new light is shed on the relationships between the characters I found it readable and engaging than Justine Durrell still waxes [...]

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