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[PDF / Epub] ☆ The Razor's Edge By W. Somerset Maugham – G-couture.co.uk Larry Darrell is a young American in search of the absolute The progress of this spiritual odyssey involves him with some of Maugham's most brillant characters his fiancee Isabel whose choice between Larry Darrell is a young American in search of the absolute The progress of this spiritual odyssey involves him with some of Maugham's most brillant characters his fianc.

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The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² William Somerset Maugham was born in Paris in 1874 He spoke French even before he spoke a word of English a fact to which some critics attribute the purity of his style His parents died early and after an unhappy boyhood which he recorded poignantly in Of Human Bondage Maugham became a qualified physician But writing was his true vocation For ten years before his first success he almost l

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  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge Kindle In all big cities there are self contained groups that exist without intercommunication small worlds within a greater world that lead their lives their members dependent upon one another for companionship as though they inhabited islands separated from each other by an unnavigable strait Of no city in my experience is this true than of Paris 4 ½ stars I liked this book a lot Much than Maugham's Of Human Bondage but not quite as much as The Painted Veil The first person minor perspective works really well here Maugham inserts himself into the story but mostly exists as an observer and messenger retelling the tales passed to him by Elliott Larry Isabel and others I think this is one of the most interesting narrative structures we are still a


  2. Joe Valdez Joe Valdez says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge KindleThe best novel I've read since joining Goodreads might be The Razor's Edge the 20th century bestseller by prolific British playwright and author W Somerset


  3. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge Kindle570 The Razor’s Edge – William Somerset MaughamThe Razor's Edge is a novel by W Somerset Maugham The book was first published in 1944 It tells the story of Larry Darrell an American pilot traumatized by his experiences in World War I who sets off in search of some transcendent meaning in his life The story begins through the eyes of Larry's friends and acquaintances as they witness his personality change after the War His rejection of conventional life and search for meaningful ex


  4. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge KindleIn 1919 war hero Larry Laurence Darrell returns to his hometown of Chicago wounded twice the brave aviator has a deeper injury which changes him considerably A comrade saved his life but lost his over France dying on the cold ground Isabel Bradley Larry's faithful fiancee notices the alterationWhen his best friend Gay Maturin gets his millionaire father Henry to offer his pal a good job Darrell turns it down he doesn't want to sell bonds who does ? Still you can make a lot of lovely money in the roaringera of wealth naturally some acceptable dissipation occurs by hungry men for the mighty dollar WSomerset Maugham the famous British author is visiting the windy city yes he the novelist puts himself in the


  5. Riku Sayuj Riku Sayuj says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge KindleThis has to be the most endearing and accessible of Maugham's books With the right smattering of philosophy and literary techniques to keep one challenged tooIt has been one of the defining books in my life


  6. Pramod Nair Pramod Nair says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge Kindle“ Its a toss up when you decide to leave the beaten track Many are called few are chosen” A classic which is really worth reading The author narrates the tale of a man who is in search of the true meanings of life by turning down opportunities and taking up a road less taken lifestyle In The Razor’s Edge Maugham introduces the reader with Larry Darrel an American pilot who is in shock after his experiences during the World War I After returning from war he was so changed with his perspectives about life that leaving his fiancée and the opportunities


  7. Steven Godin Steven Godin says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge KindleTracing the intimate lives of representative British and American upper class The Razor's Edge set in Chicago largely in Paris and also India was one of the first Western novels to explore non Western solutions to society’s ills Larry Darrell maybe seen as the protagonist but Maugham who is himself a character in the book only focuses on Larry occasionally and provides little insight to this man who early on declares he simply wants to loaf until it becomes clear to him what he wants out of life I would even go as far as to say he is completely overshadowed by the other characters Maugham as the partially omniscient narrator cle


  8. Richard Derus Richard Derus says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge KindleRating 425 of fiveThe Publisher Says Intimate acquaintances but less than friends they meet and part in postwar London and Paris Elliot the arch snob but also the kindest of men Isabel considered to be entertaining gracious and tactful Gray the quintessence of the Regular Guy Suzanne shrewd roving and friendly Sophie lost wanton with a vicious attractiveness about her and finally Larry so hard and so trustful lost in the world's confusion Their story one of Somerset Maugham's best encompasses the pain passion and poignancy of life itselfMy Review It is pleasant to give yourself over to the care of a master or mistress of craft The Razor’s Edge is masterful It is an express


  9. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge KindleOne of Maugham's three major novels TIME That's high praise coming from TIME magazine This MUST be goodI’m sure some of you are familiar with a little American television drama series that aired on HBO from 2002 2008 called The Wire I was way late to the party but over the past 6 months or so I’ve managed to watch all 5 glorious seasons back to back to back Well glorious to a point But what the hell happened in season 5? I kept waiting for it to get good kept waiting for something to happen Waiting for the outlaw Omar Little to come along whistling ‘The Farmer in the Dell’ and take that bitch Marlo down Man Talk about anticlimactic How you gonna do Omar like that huh?I had a similar experience with this book I was really digging it for about 200 pages Then an unfortunate thing happenedI forgive the weirdness of Maugham interjecting himself as a minor character in the story and the weirdness of him being the narrator I forgive the


  10. Fergus Fergus says:

    The Razor's Edge ePUB é The Razor's PDF/EPUB ² razor's kindle, edge book, The Razor's free, The Razor's Edge KindleBooks like this that I’ve read so long ago in my past come back even now to haunt me like the lilting plaintive refrain of an old Beatles Love songBut I only started it in the mid seventies Even back then working in soulless offices I needed to replenish my heart in long lingering draughts So how did I do that?If you guessed by hanging around bookstores you nailed it There was a Centretown bookshop of irregular modern architectural design right at the hub of the nearby city my wonderful Dad used to cuss and call it Confusion Square a hub which would have been ironically termed the heart of the cityCause it


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