Published January 1999
by Andrews McMeel Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
The Secrets of Enduring Love focuses on what couples actually do to maintain, nurture and nourish their relationships. The reader will be taken on a journey through different ways of doing relationships, focusing on the key themes which came out of the research: everyday acts of kindness and appreciation; the importance of home; communication and conflict management; sex and intimacy Cited by: 1. The Secrets of Enduring Love focuses on what couples actually do to maintain, nurture and nourish their relationships. The reader will be taken on a journey through different ways of doing relationships, focusing on the key themes which came out of the research: everyday acts of kindness and appreciation; the importance of home; communication and conflict management; sex a/5. Enduring Love is a novel of obsession: not only sexual or romantic obsession, but also religious obsession and obsession with the past. The book’s characters continually fixate on one another, on their own feelings, on their pasts, and on the lives they might have had if they had made different choices. Enduring Love uses curtains to represent that human knowledge is often corrupted or incomplete. When Joe looks out his apartment window at Jed Parry in the street below, he hides himself from Parry’s vision by read analysis of Curtains.
Enduring Love is the first Ian McEwan novel that I have read, and it definitely won’t be my last. It’s safe to say that McEwan has recruited another fan. In fact, I think the next book I read will be another one of his that’s been hanging out on my shelf, Saturday. McEwan just might be one of my new favorite authors. Enduring Love is a postmodern novel that explores themes of narrative and knowledge through the relationships of the central character, Joe is a science journalist in a "childless marriage of love" with Clarissa Rose, an English professor of Keats. Although Joe approaches the world through rationality and Clarissa approaches it through emotion, they are happy together and have a. The saga began in with the publication of McEwan's acclaimed novel Enduring Love, the story of a science journalist, Joe Rose, obsessively and violently stalked by . 图书Enduring Love 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. Ian McEwan is the bestselling author of seventeen books, including the novels Nutshell; The Children Act; Sweet Tooth; Solar, winner of the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize; On Chesil Beach; Saturday; Atonement, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award and the W. H. Smith Literary Award; The Comfort of Strangers and Black Dogs.
Love. Two contrasting loves are at the center of Enduring Love: Joe and Clarissa's love for each other and Parry's love for playing with the dual meaning of "enduring" as either something that lasts or something that must be suffered, McEwan explores the fragile nature of "true love.". Enduring Love was the weakest among the 9 McEwan’s books I’ve read so far. Scientific writer Joe rose met Jed parry during a heroic group act to rescue a year-old boy during an air balloon accident, and unfortunately the uncoordinated act led to the death of one of the rescuers/5(K). A sad, chilling, precise exploration of deranged love, by the author of, among other works, the novels The Innocent () and Black Dogs (). Joe Rose, a middle-aged science writer, takes his wife Clarissa to London's Hampstead Heath for a picnic—and stumbles into a tragedy when a man and his young grandson, on a jaunt by balloon, get into serious trouble. Joe is among the bystanders . In , Enduring Love was adapted into a film of the same name. The film version was directed by Roger Michell, written by Joe Penhall, and starred Daniel Craig, Rhys Ifans and Samantha Morton, with Bill Nighy, Susan Lynch and Corin Redgrave.