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Truly in its own league, particularly considering it was published over 50 years ago. Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: View all 3 comments.

The book’s pace is majestically slow, and it takes quite awhile for anything to happen. Preview magiciahul The Magus by John Fowles. These are books that become fetish items.

In fact, in situations where he should be kind, he is often just brutal. He refused to magiciqnul the question conclusively, however, sometimes changing his answer to suit the reader. The big questions for me, at this time in my life seemed answered or perhaps just not that damn important. When one day at Oxford he receives word that both his mother and father died mayicianul an airplane crash, Nicholas feels a great relief since he no longer is obliged to carry around a huge sack of family baggage.

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This book is no exception. With the unwitting sixth sense that only the public school educated seem to possess see The Secret History by Donna Tart he immediately finds the seedy underbelly within the seemingly sunny and mzgicianul island living. He confuses selfishness with love, desire with necessity, sexuality for spirituality.


View all 38 comments. Rather than repeating the “unputdownable” line, I think this book can best be described as a Niel LaBute play put into prose or rather, LaBute is Fowles put into the theater.

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Feb 06, Shovelmonkey1 rated it it was ok Recommends it for: All the while questioning everything I knew about love, about obligations, about intelligence, trust, truth, fiction, theater, and of course freedom. It’s Urfe’s own curiosity that draws him to the game and his own willingness to stay with it.

Fowles said that he regretted not being so bold in the original. Hatta nolur okuyun diyorum. Thoroughly disenchanted with the course his life has taken, and gauging wit I have rarely been so unpleasantly surprised – and bitterly disappointed – by the sudden turn that a novel takes as with the abrupt shift that occurs roughly mid-way through John Fowles The Magus.

He continued to revise it until the summer ofwhen he submitted it to a publisher; it appeared in the spring of and was an immediate best-seller.

When Nicholas returns to London he does some detective work to try to make sense of the events on Phraxos. Considered an example of metafictionit was the first novel written by Fowles, but the third he published.

Trivia About The Magus. Views Read Edit View history. There was no meaning. The prose is both profound and contrived, both elegant and farcical, both beautiful and obscene.

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The critical acclaim and commercial success of the book allowed Fowles to devote magiciqnul of his time to writing. It is what you are and always will be. A narcissistic young man, much more immature than he thinks he is, becomes the object of a psychological experiment? I have got no idea what happened.


Daniel Martina long and somewhat autobiographical novel spanning over 40 years in the life of a screenwriter, appeared inalong with a revised version of The Magus. He keeps demonstrating his inability to give and receive love.

But something much wider, cooler and more abstruse. He is a former student, but not a follower, of Jung. In the ‘trial’ scene, a report is read out about the narrator of which the narrator himself admits a large amount of validity.

One cannot have omniscience with someone playing god. I think a lot of the book is about young men’s inability to love. Cansada de los actores. But she had a fashionably thin boyish figure, she had a contemporary dress sense, she had a conscious way of walking, and her sum was extraordinarily more than her parts The problem is, I can’t seem to stop picking it up again.

The novel ends quoting the refrain of the Pervigilium Venerisan anonymous work of fourth-century Latin poetry, which has been taken as indicating the possible preferred resolution of the ending’s ambiguity.