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SUMMARY ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Michael Chabon Michael Chabon ↠ 9 DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ¼ Telegraph Avenue As the summer of 2004 draws to a close Archy Stallings and Nat Jaffe are still hanging in there longtime friends bandmates and co regents of Brokeland Records a kingdom of used vinyl located in the borderlands of Berkeley and Oakland Their wives Gwen Shanks and Aviva Roth Jaffe are the Berkeley Birth Partners a pair of semi legendary midwives who have welcomed th. Count me among those that found reading this book a chore Chabon is obviously brilliant and talented but reading his work is a bit like being trapped in the corner at a party by a manic genius who feeds you dozens of brilliant different ideas at once but at such a speed and with so many different tangents along the way that s it difficult to take it all in Here to slow things down you often have to read sentences a couple of times just to keep track of what the noun and verb were in between all the independent clauses and tangential metaphors Thank God for e books with their at your fingertips dictionaries because you also have to look up at least a word or two per pageClearly plenty of readers enjoy having their minds expanded by such a prodigious talent but I found much of the information show offy It s amazing how many varied metaphors Chabon can spin but occasionally it would be great to have a few sentences you don t need a road map to get through A character can t simply reach for a tube of superglue instead he has to get a tube of superglue the crusted tip of its nozzle forever pierced like some allegorical wound in a story of King Arthur by its tiny red capped pinIf that talent were used judiciously the reading might not be such a heavy slogIn the previews I saw a lot of praise for Chabon capturing the current cultural zeitgeist but I guess I didn t get that He has four main story lines an African American Archy and his Jewish partner Nat have a record store in Oakland that s under threat when a former NFL star turned businessmen is thinking about opening a megastore in their neighborhood their wives are also getting into similar trouble as midwives when they have to rush a mother to a hospital during a difficult delivery and an obstetrician accuses them of negligence a son Archy didn t know he had shows up in Oakland trying to connect with his father and Nat s son who s the same age has developed a crush on him and finally Archy s father Luther a martial arts expert turned crack addict is trying to rekindle his earlier days as a star in blaxploitation films while also blackmailing an old friend who is now a powerful businessman and city councilman but who in his younger days killed a local troublemaker as a favor to Huey Newton of the Black PanthersIt sounds like a lot but the storylines themselves didn t feel like enough to fill up 465 pages If you took out all the authors efforts to prove his encyclopedic knowledge of every subject from the history of jazz to superhero comic books it felt like each story could have been told neater and fasterThere are some interesting historical details about the loss of mom pop type stores with the invasion of corporate chains Mixed in with that is an examination of the promise of urban renewal that a Magic Johnson like figure offers by investing in the inner city There are also interesting details about the history of midwifery and the conflict that Archy s wife Gwen feels between the historical importance that midwives had in the black culture vs what it is today primarily an option of privileged white women In one of my favorite passages a night school instructor gives the 14 year old boys and the other class participants a hysterically funny lecture on how Vincent Minelli s The Bandwagon influenced uentin Tarantino But this novel for me doesn t capture an era the way that Tom Wolfe s Bonfire of the Vanities did although admittedly Wolfe doesn t have anywhere near the writing chops Chabon doesToo often though the novel gets bogged down with evidence of how smart Chabon is thrown up on every page There are other novelists I love like Robert Cohen whose genius and prolific imagination are evident in every sentence But Cohen fills his novels with great insights into what it means to be human I don t need to read several pages about how to reassemble an organ speaker as Chabon does with the writer proving he knows the exact name for every partWith Chabon he also often makes you feel stupid for not having a PhD in pop culture Not of all his references are self contained Near the end of the novel when Archy s wife Gwen is giving birth Nat s son Julius is helping her deal with the pain by recounting scenes from Star Trek He writes about an episode in which the female companion to the evil Kirk uses a Tantalus Field to overcome her adversaries When Gwen faces the prospect of having the doctor who charged her with negligence deliver her baby she asks Julius to cast a Tantalus Field on the doctor Now I vaguely remember seeing that episode but I don t remember what the Tantalus Field was and I m not reeducated on exactly what it was by Chabon s descriptionMy final complaint is one I ve had with previous Chabon novels He often writes gay lovemaking scenes in very specific detail and while I don t have any problem with that I wish he would give hetero lovemaking eual time The two sex scenes in this novel are not for the sueamish because they involve sexual experimentation between the two 14 year old boys and an episode when the philandering Archy sodomizes consensually his wife s transgendered assistantI don t regret finishing this one although it took me a long while to get through it because I wasn t always motivated to pick it up His writing reminds me of Zadie Smith It may sound oxymoronic but there s just too much sheer brilliance on every page and in every sentence Call me insecure and maybe even a philistine but I prefer to read novelists whose own writing style is less obvious so that I can get into the characters and be moved by the circumstances they find themselves in I find Chabon s style which constantly reminds me there s a much brilliant mind than mine stringing these sentences together keeps me too disconnected from the characters And what is the infamous 11 page sentence other than a break in the characters story to show another explicit example of what a virtuoso Chabon isI didn t always feel this way about Chabon I 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SUMMARY ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Michael Chabon Michael Chabon ↠ 9 DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ¼ Telegraph Avenue An a thousand newly minted citizens into the dented utopia at whose heart half tavern half temple stands BrokelandWhen ex–NFL uarterback Gibson Goode the fifth richest black man in America announces plans to build his latest Dogpile megastore on a nearby stretch of Telegraph Avenue Nat and Archy fear it means certain doom for their vulnerable little enterprise. A bunch of uirky characters wear clothes from the 70s and use old technology like a portable 8 track player while dealing with each other s personal tics I honestly wasn t sure if I was reading a Michael Chabon novel or a Wes Anderson screenplay for a whileArchy Stallings and Nat Jaffe are co owners of a vintage record store in Oakland but the business is circling the drain A former pro football player is about to finish them off by opening up a huge retail store featuring an extensive used vinyl section just down the street Their wives Gwen and Aviva are also partners in a midwife practice but when a home delivery goes sour they also find their business at risk Archy and Gwen are about to have a baby but he can t stop cheating on her The sudden appearance of a 14 year old son named Titus he has never acknowledged doesn t do a lot for the marital harmony Nat s son Julius is geeky kid with a love of comic books and Tarantino movies who is just realizing that he s gay and falls for Titus If that wasn t enough general confusion Archy s estranged father a former star of black exploitation movies shows up again with a blackmail scheme in which he tries to shake down the ex athlete that is about to put Archy out of businessAs you can tell from the summary there s a lot going on in this book Archy is at the heart of it and he s an interesting character An oversized vinyl buff who wears vintage leisure suits Archy seems like a calm and mellow guy who rolls with the punches but over the course of the book Chabon shows how he s a man terrified of choice and conseuences so he floats along trying to keep everything the same even as he knows big changes are inevitable with a baby on the way and his business going under He reminded me a lot of another Chabon character Grady Tripp from Wonder BoysThe other characters are well thought out and the whole story has a funny bittersweet feel to it There s a couple of times where I felt like a character deserved a brisk slap for being too self indulgent but Chabon does a good job of sensing those moments and having another character call them on itI particularly liked that even though this involved a collectible industry and has a lot of geek shout outs to comic books and other nerd touchstones that Chabon never lets it devolve into nostalgia porn There s an interesting undercurrent of the old school small community based business versus the modern corporate world but Chabon doesn t supply easy answers It s pointed out that the big store would create hundreds of jobs and revitalize a dying neighborhood while the used record store is of a hobby than a business for Archy and Nat Gwen and Aviva have to deal with hospital politics to keep their privileges for their home birth practice while the doctors treat them like crap The biggest struggles the characters have with each other and themselves is trying to strike the balance of trying to work on their own terms while being responsible and providing for their familiesWhile it s an entertaining read filled with off beat characters it never really sucked me in the same way that The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier Clay did and I d rank Wonder Boys and The Yiddish Policemen s Union ahead of it It s certainly not a bad book it just doesn t seem to have the depth that Chabon s other work I ve read had Le Dernier des Justes plans to build his latest Dogpile megastore on a nearby stretch of Telegraph Avenue Nat and Archy fear it means certain doom for their vulnerable little enterprise. A bunch of uirky characters wear clothes from the 70s and use old technology like a Midnight is a Place portable 8 track A Day For A Day player while dealing with each other s Court of Lions personal tics I honestly wasn t sure if I was reading a Michael Chabon novel or a Wes Anderson screenplay for a whileArchy Stallings and Nat Jaffe are co owners of a vintage record store in Oakland but the business is circling the drain A former I Cant Make You Love Me but I Can Make You Leave pro football Vingespenn player is about to finish them off by opening up a huge retail store featuring an extensive used vinyl section just down the street Their wives Gwen and Aviva are also Wenn Kinder trotzen practice but when a home delivery goes sour they also find their business at risk Archy and Gwen are about to have a baby but he can t stop cheating on her The sudden appearance of a 14 year old son named Titus he has never acknowledged doesn t do a lot for the marital harmony Nat s son Julius is geeky kid with a love of comic books and Tarantino movies who is just realizing that he s gay and falls for Titus If that wasn t enough general confusion Archy s estranged father a former star of black exploitation movies shows up again with a blackmail scheme in which he tries to shake down the ex athlete that is about to CC Программирование на языке высокого уровня put Archy out of businessAs you can tell from the summary there s a lot going on in this book Archy is at the heart of it and he s an interesting character An oversized vinyl buff who wears vintage leisure suits Archy seems like a calm and mellow guy who rolls with the Dead Letter punches but over the course of the book Chabon shows how he s a man terrified of choice and conseuences so he floats along trying to keep everything the same even as he knows big changes are inevitable with a baby on the way and his business going under He reminded me a lot of another Chabon character Grady Tripp from Wonder BoysThe other characters are well thought out and the whole story has a funny bittersweet feel to it There s a couple of times where I felt like a character deserved a brisk slap for being too self indulgent but Chabon does a good job of sensing those moments and having another character call them on itI Brief an den Vater porn There s an interesting undercurrent of the old school small community based business versus the modern corporate world but Chabon doesn t supply easy answers It s Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen pointed out that the big store would create hundreds of jobs and revitalize a dying neighborhood while the used record store is of a hobby than a business for Archy and Nat Gwen and Aviva have to deal with hospital Once in Kazakhstan The Snow Leopard Emerges politics to keep their In guten Kreisen privileges for their home birth Serafina and the Black Cloak practice while the doctors treat them like crap The biggest struggles the characters have with each other and themselves is trying to strike the balance of trying to work on their own terms while being responsible and Artemis Fowl providing for their familiesWhile it s an entertaining read filled with off beat characters it never really sucked me in the same way that The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier Clay did and I d rank Wonder Boys and The Yiddish Policemen s Union ahead of it It s certainly not a bad book it just doesn t seem to have the depth that Chabon s other work I ve read had

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SUMMARY ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Michael Chabon Michael Chabon ↠ 9 DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ¼ Telegraph Avenue Meanwhile Aviva and Gwen also find themselves caught up in a battle for their professional existence one that tests the limits of their friendship Adding another layer of complications to the couples’ already tangled lives is the surprise appearance of Titus Joyner the teenage son Archy has never acknowledged and the love of fifteen year old Julius Jaffe’s li. Sentence to sentence just great There s some wonderful writing about babies and about commerce and old stores and those parts of Telegraph where Berkeley and Oakland kind of wander into each other lived not far from there for about 2 years in early 90s at at about 61st just off Claremont Not to mention birthing and midwifery and lotsa nerd boy stuff Which is the problem As early as Werewolves in Their Youth Chabon started working the whole SFfanboyformer nerd angle into his fiction and there are a bunch of essays in his last collection about that as well And of course Kavalier and Clay is maybe the ultimate meta fanboy novel I mean that in a good way But here that whole worldview seems to have congealed into a key to all mysteries such that each of the characters OK except for the wife of one of the guys who owns the used vinyl store but then we don t really get than 5 pages of her character in a 460 page opus not only indulges in some variety of archival inside dopery old rb comic books blaxploitation but seems to conceive of it in much the same way Which makes them all too obviously offshoots of one writer s mind and I don t really buy that It s as if the essential aridity of these male preoccupations is meant to be counterposed to the fraught reality and bloodiness of organic birthing with OK some irony since Chabon has one of his characters note the obvious fact that only wealthy white Berkeleyans can afford to go back to the land there so to speak but in a way that secretly suggests that maybe we re all secret archaeolgists of some kind of mass made crap or another Which I also don t buy Shouldn t there be some sort of statute of limitations on mining your sense of yourself as a fat nerdy adolescent when you are now as rich successful and good looking as Michael Chabon manifestly is And in fact has been since The Mysteries of Pittsburgh to judge by cover photos I d love to see him deal with his life as it is now in some way instead of continuing to pretend he s still that kid I mean he even turned writer s block into Wonder Boys So why not go back to that sense of honest self appraisal and write something reflecting who he is now Making Him Sweat Taking Him Down professional existence one that tests the limits of their friendship Adding another layer of complications to the couples’ already tangled lives is the surprise appearance of Titus Joyner the teenage son Archy has never acknowledged and the love of fifteen year old Julius Jaffe’s li. 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  • 06 June 2020
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