Ali Smith's Hotel World (Read Around Books) e-book
by Kathryn Ross
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Kathryn Ross is a partner in Fraser Ross Associates, a literary agency she co-founded with Lindsey . Ali Smith's 'Hotel World' (Read Around Books).
Kathryn Ross is a partner in Fraser Ross Associates, a literary agency she co-founded with Lindsey Fraser after working for Scottish Book Trust for many years. They consult on many literary projects, including The Pushkin Prizes in Scotland and The Blue Peter Book Awards. Kathryn Ross’s books.
Praise for ali smith’s. This tirelessly inventive, vastly accomplished book was conceived with ferocious intelligence and executed with grace, wit, and authority. Like her compatriots Zadie Smith and Nicola Barker, Ali Smith is a writers’ writer, and Hotel World is an extremely writerly novel, rife with theoretical, metatextual and metaphysical concerns. The Hartford Courant. After reading this book, which uses breathtaking technique and heartbreaking wordplay to take a stab at life’s Big Questions, readers might agree that standard narrative just doesn’t cut i. Smith proves herself an experimental writer even your mum could love.
Home Ali Smith Hotel World. I smelt pastry, faintly. In the cafeteria a woman was sitting at a table reading a newspaper story about a family who had gone on a boat trip and had all but one been eaten by sharks. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18. On my first night a boy working on Room Service said he’d show me the ropes. She read it out loud, severed legs and bitten heads, to the woman behind the counter who was laughing, horrified. Cigarette smoke curled and caught as she laughed, staining her throat. I saw one car in a remote car park in the early evening rain.
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An eclectic group of neighbors and friends slowly gathers around the house, and Miles’s story is told from the points of view of four of them: Anna, a woman in her forties; Mark, a man in his sixties; May, a woman in her eighties; and a ten-year-old named Brooke. The stories in Ali Smith's new collection are about what we do with books and what they do with us: how they travel with us; how they shock us, change us, challenge us, banish time while making us older, wiser and ageless all at once; how they remind us to pay attention to the world we make.