Most of the book is a collection of documents from other interesting sources, mainly contemporary, and available on the web. But the explanations and the original approach of the author are breath-taking in their boldness and stretch of the imagination. He makes spiritual things seem vital, real and familiar, including Lucifer himself, who must once have been a most engaging character -- and could perhaps be so again.
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With dry wit and psychological acuity, this near-future novel explores the aftershocks of an economically devastating U.S. sovereign debt default on four generations of a once-prosperous American family. Down-to-earth and perfectly realistic in scale, this is not an over-the-top Blade Runner tale. It is not science fiction. In 2029, the United States is engaged in a bloodless world war that will wipe out the savings of millions of American families. Overnight, on the international currency exchange, the “almighty dollar” plummets in value, to be replaced by a new global currency, the “bancor.” In retaliation, the president declares that America will default on its loans. “Deadbeat Nation” being unable to borrow, the government prints money to cover its bills. What little remains to savers is rapidly eaten away by runaway inflation. The Mandibles have been counting on a sizable fortune filtering down when their ninety-seven-year-old patriarch dies. Once the inheritance turns to ash, each family member must contend with disappointment, but also—as the U.S. economy spirals into dysfunction—the challenge of sheer survival. Recently affluent, Avery is petulant that she can’t buy olive oil, while her sister, Florence, absorbs strays into her cramped household. An expat author, their aunt, Nollie, returns from abroad at seventy-three to a country that’s unrecognizable. Her brother, Carter, fumes at caring for their demented stepmother, now that an assisted living facility isn’t affordable. Only Florence’s oddball teenage son, Willing, an economics autodidact, will save this formerly august American family from the streets. The Mandibles is about money. Thus it is necessarily about bitterness, rivalry, and selfishness—but also about surreal generosity, sacrifice, and transformative adaptation to changing circumstances.
The book is a meditation and a reflective introspection on the crises of existence. The themes and the problematic journey through the realms of potent contemplation, from the concrete complications of being in the world to the abstract possibilities of nature and the unnatural. The author indulges in a rare cogitation, discussing and analysing the politico-socio-economic issues of our times merged with the emotional and a sensitive understanding of the historical contexts. The subjects emanating from the poems and the personal experiences, from the futility of wars to the metaphysical areas of dreams, assure a walk, hand in hand, into the world of sensory experiences and imagination. As a collection of literary writing and a semi-autobiographical rising of consciousness, these lines reverberate in the memory, corroding, reconstructing and forming.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 Excerpt: ...they suffer and that I can not relieve them. To feel that they are safe..." Adam Gordon tapped the table impatiently. "I--I promise," she said, with set, white face. "I will marry Gerald Wright whenever--whenever it pleases you." "That is all." He rose, took a small satchel lying close beside him and began putting his papers into it. "I leave the house immediately to my unbidden guests, and you may make whatever arrangements suit you for their comfort." He smiled and nodded, as utterly impervious to the whiteness of her countenance, her anguished look, as if he did not see them. "I will telephone you from the hotel when to meet me on Saturday and we can return to the city together. As for money, you can have as much of that as you need." So he left her. Poor Eunice, who had lived heretofore the life of a butterfly, save for the serious thoughts she willingly entertained and the burdens of those others whom she chose to help along the road of life--poor Eunice now sank into a chair, dazed. She could grasp only one terrible fact. She had pledged herself, she had given away her future. It was natural, perhaps, for a girl of such tender sympathies, these sympathies broadened by the opportunities of aiding others which her father's wealth afforded, to give such a promise even while recoiling from the consequences which it entailed, grasping at it as a last resort in an hour of danger. And even at this very moment--in fact, at the very moment of giving it--with all her being in revulsion, she could not, dared not, imagine that her father would call on her to keep her word. She clasped her small hands wearily across her closed eyes. A tapping at the door did not arouse her, and when it was forced open gently a...
General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1922 Original Publisher: B. Blackwell Subjects: Drama / General Drama / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh Drama / Continental European Drama / Ancient, Classical