4 edition of Beside Myself found in the catalog.
October 22, 2004
by Xlibris Corporation
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||266|
Beside Myself is the disturbing and exhilarating story of a family across four generations.. At its heart is one woman’s search for her twin brother. When Anton goes missing and the only clue is a postcard sent from Istanbul, Alissa leaves her life in Berlin to find him. Beside Myself is the second full-length release from Canadian sound artist crys cole. Known to many through her extensive collaborative practice with artists such as Oren Ambarchi, Leif Elggren and James Rushford, in her solo work cole uses contact microphones, voice, simple electronics and field recordings to create sonic environments that linger uneasily at the threshold of perception.
Ann Morgan's Beside Myself is a gripping, savage tale about a lost generation, shipwrecked in a brainless celebrity culture or choosing rebellion, drugs and rage. Full of twists and surprises, this thrilling novel will leave you both shaken and stirred (Patricia Duncker, author of Sophie and Sybil)4/5(). Beside myself. [Marianna Salzmann; Imogen Taylor, (Translator)] -- "A brilliant literary debut about belonging, family and love, and the enigmatic nature of identity. Beside Myself is the disturbing and exhilarating story of a family across four generations.
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Beside Myself is a suspenseful read and an interesting look at identity and mental illness. I couldn't I'm a sucker for a book about twins, and my expectations for an enjoyable read were blown completely out of the water by Ann Morgan Beside Myself book Beside Myself/5.
BESIDE MYSELF tells the tragic story that will haunt you for days. Ellie and Helen never had a chance of a normal life from the start.
Mental illness plagues their family. Their father's suicide is not even allowed to be spoken about. This is the catalyst that sends things in motion/5(). Buy Beside Myself First Edition by Morgan, Ann (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(). "Beside Myself will inevitably be compared for good reasons [to] The Girl on the Train ().
Morgan's stunning debut is a thrilling and thought-provoking psychological drama." - starred review, Booklist "Impressive unsettling particularly ingenious." - The Sunday Times "Blisteringly clever." - /5(). I chose Beside Myself in spite of what I thought was a schmaltzy title, because of my interest in twin-ship.
I was surprised to we swept up in an engrossing story, played out on the roller coaster ride of bi-polar disorder. This is not a mystery novel with a twist. It is the heartbreaking portrayal of a woman's struggle to live with mental illness. Beside Myself. My debut novel Beside Myself wa s published in English by Bloomsbury in and has since been translated into eight other languages.
A literary psychological drama, it tells the story of a pair of identical twins who swap places in a childhood game, only for one of them to be trapped in a nightmare when the other refuses to change back.
In Beside Myself, Sher takes us to the heart of what it is to be an actor today, describing the journeys he undertakes in order to inhabit the roles for which he is famous. Utterly involving, this book will both inspire young actors and inform seasoned theatergoers/5. "Beside Myself will inevitably be compared for good reasons [to] The Girl on the Train ().
Morgan's stunning debut is a thrilling and thought-provoking psychological drama." —starred review, Booklist "Impressive unsettling particularly ingenious." —The Sunday Times "Blisteringly clever." —The IndependentBrand: Bloomsbury Publishing.
Beside Myself is the disturbing and exhilarating story of a family across four generations. At its heart is one woman’s search for her twin brother.
When Anton goes missing and the only clue is a postcard sent from Istanbul, Alissa leaves her life in Berlin to find him. Without her twin, the sharer of her memories and the mirror of her own self, Ali is a city steeped in political and.
Beside Myself Antony Sher pp, Hutchinson, £ Buy it at a discount at BOL. This is the most unsparingly honest actor's autobiography I have ever : Michael Billington. BESIDE MYSELF by The meat of the book traces Ali and Anton’s family history, from their parents to their grandparents and great-grandparents, on either side.
Theirs is a Jewish family, but the fact that they’re largely secular doesn’t protect them from rising anti-Semitism in the USSR, especially after Stalin’s death in Book Overview A brilliant literary debut about belonging, family and love, and the enigmatic nature of identity. Beside Myself is the disturbing and exhilarating story of a.
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See also: beside. About The Book ‘Beside Myself’ by Ann Morgan. Beside Myself is a literary thriller about identical twins, Ellie and Helen, who swap places aged six. At first it is just a game, but then Ellie refuses to swap back. Forced into her new identity, Helen develops a host of behavioural problems, delinquency and chronic instability.
Beside Myself is a compulsive and darkly brilliant psychological drama about family and identity – what makes us who we are and how very fragile it can be. Reviews “Morgan's book is.
This won’t be a problem for fans of Gone Girl () and a novel to which Beside Myself will inevitably be compared for good reasons, The Girl on the Train ().
Morgan’s stunning debut is a thrilling and thought-provoking psychological drama.3/4(3). Praise “[Beside Myself] challenges the idea of fixed, immutable identities and whether they are even worth having A melancholic matryoshka doll of stories within stories spanning four generations of family, the novel is an exploration of the in-between.”—Playboy “[A] fascinating first novel Salzmann’s cool, disaffected narrative voice is a wonder to behold.”.
Reviews “Disturbing, thought-provoking, and ultimately hopeful, this is a moving and accomplished piece of writing.” – The Independent on Sunday “Beside Myself will inevitably be compared for good reasons [to] The Girl on the Train ().Morgan's stunning debut is a thrilling and thought-provoking psychological drama.” – starred review, Booklist.
In Morgan’s (The World Between Two Covers, ) debut novel, 6-year-old identical twins swap identities for an afternoon to play a joke on their when one girl refuses to switch back, the rest of their lives begin.
Ellie and Helen may look alike, but they have very different personalities; Helen is the “good girl,” petted and loved by their mother, and Ellie seems to have. A brilliant literary debut about belonging, family, and love, and the enigmatic nature of identity.
Beside Myself is the disturbing and exhilarating story of a family across four generations. At its heart is a twin’s search for her brother. When Anton goes missing and the only clue is a postcard sent from Istanbul, Ali leaves her life in Berlin to find him.
Beside Myself reads like a classic and is yet refreshingly modern [It] beautifully interweaves four generations of characters of different ages, times, places, languages and genders.” — ArtsHub “Salzmann’s brisk storytelling builds into a sort of brilliant literary labyrinth, one where the sanctuary of belonging remains an elusive.
Dating back to the dawn of Modern English, the expression “beside myself” has been used to denote someone not in his right mind. After William conquered England inFrench became the language of scholars, clergy and nobility in Britain and remained so even throughout much of the grinding Years War between England and France (s).
‘Beside Myself’ is a book which grew on me once I decided to suspend my disbelief about the likelihood of two young girls successfully swapping places on a permanent basis without anyone realising, particularly the apparent failure of Helen and Ellie’s mother to see through their game.