Stonefish
Keri Hulme
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Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PMBy Keri Hulme

Stonefish is a collection of short stories and poems by the only New Zealand writer to win the Pegasus Prize for M ori Literature and the Booker Prize The scallops arranged in the spider lambis were succulently decadent A bottle of rare wine had been reduced to its essence and sprinkled over the raw bodies, and rough salt, and finely chopped redware The flush of theStonefish is a collection of short stories and poems by the only New Zealand writer to win the Pegasus Prize for M ori Literature and the Booker Prize The scallops arranged in the spider lambis were succulently decadent A bottle of rare wine had been reduced to its essence and sprinkled over the raw bodies, and rough salt, and finely chopped redware The flush of the shell echoed visually the wine and the seaweed, and although there were but five scallops, they were truly sweet meat The slices of mild green pepper were almost transparent, and they tangled artfully with shreds of young daikon, and pressure steamed fragments of ti Hot and crisp and oily melting, a challenging blend And the tea, as always, was Black Dragon tea, a hint of smoky coolness in the steam, and a consummation in the mouth People died just to get it to these islands she had learned She could think of many worse reasons to die.
  • Title: Stonefish
  • Author: Keri Hulme
  • ISBN: 9781869690885
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback

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Ilana Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
Surreal and very poetic I felt like I was completing a puzzle with every story, but it was well worth the work.
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Rachel Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
Utterly bonkers just like my dreams
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Elizabeth Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
If I had to choose one set of words to describe this book, it would be, neo literary This is not an easy read , and the faint of heart or casual reader should not pick up this book If the constant use of Maori words does not get you, she does have a useful glossary in the back , then be prepared for Hulme s esoteric style of leaving things half said, using dashes, inserting poetry, and only sketching the scene Reading Hulme is like looking at a Franz Kline painting.This is the most difficult pie [...]
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Octavia Cade Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
Surreal, fractured, often fantastic and set like stones into their environment, this collection of shorts plus the odd poem is like a collection of little puzzles It s certainly interesting to read rising to fascinating in some cases.Though as with any short story collection, some of the included tales are better than others My particular favourites were the truly excellent Floating Words and The Eyes of the Moonfish.
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Mariana Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
Two or three gems among these postmodern short stories,
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Ingo Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
Wonderful collection of short stories with magic elements from the New Zealand Maori culture.
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Kendy Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
Interesting.I didn t expect to actually like short stories, at least I like Hulmes a lot.
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Michelle Boyer Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
Stonefish has often been called an example of exploratory writing, and in many ways there is truth to this Many of the short stories explore various states of dream, which is quite different than what most of us consider typical writing However, I am quick to point out that many of these experiments are full of Maori tradition, culture, oral stories, etc that make them worthy of reading a few times as you try to find the point of each The title itself is rather telling The stonefish synanceia is [...]
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Keri Te Amo Sep 30, 2020 - 19:45 PM
I love her writing style I like magical realism and I like words I think she s good with both.
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Stonefish By Keri Hulme Stonefish is a collection of short stories and poems by the only New Zealand writer to win the Pegasus Prize for M ori Literature and the Booker Prize The scallops arranged in the spider lambis were succulently decadent A bottle of rare wine had been reduced to its essence and sprinkled over the raw bodies, and rough salt, and finely chopped redware The flush of theStonefish is a collection of short stories and poems by the only New Zealand writer to win the Pegasus Prize for M ori Literature and the Booker Prize The scallops arranged in the spider lambis were succulently decadent A bottle of rare wine had been reduced to its essence and sprinkled over the raw bodies, and rough salt, and finely chopped redware The flush of the shell echoed visually the wine and the seaweed, and although there were but five scallops, they were truly sweet meat The slices of mild green pepper were almost transparent, and they tangled artfully with shreds of young daikon, and pressure steamed fragments of ti Hot and crisp and oily melting, a challenging blend And the tea, as always, was Black Dragon tea, a hint of smoky coolness in the steam, and a consummation in the mouth People died just to get it to these islands she had learned She could think of many worse reasons to die.

Synanceia Stonefish fish, genus Synanceia Britannica Stonefish, Synanceia , any of certain species of venomous marine fish of the genus Synanceia and the family Synanceiidae, found in shallow waters of the tropical Indo Pacific Stonefish are sluggish bottom dwelling fish that live among rocks or coral and in mudflats and estuaries. Synanceia verrucosa Stonefish The Most Venomous Fish in the World Stonefish Oceana May , Stonefish are masters of camouflage and can blend in so perfectly with their surroundings that their prey, predators, and even human SCUBA divers have trouble seeing them at all. Stonefish Definition of Stonefish by Merriam Webster Stonefish definition is any of several small spiny venomous bony fishes family Synanceiidae, especially genus Synanceja common about coral reefs of the tropical Indo Pacific. Stonefish Queensland Museum Stonefish are the most venomous of all fishes They are found throughout shallow coastal waters of the northern half of Australia The fish usually lies motionless, often partially buried in the substrate and perfectly camouflaged among surrounding coral, rocky reef, rubble, or aquatic plants. What is a Stonefish World s Most Venomous Fish Jun , The stonefish is a rather stout fish of about cm in length The stonefish has a large upward opening mouth It does not have scales Its skin is covered with bumps and nodules and may have filaments and growths that appear like outgrowths of algae.

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