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Sep 24, 2020 - 17:01 PMBy Malcolm Lowry

Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place, a posthumously published collection of short stories and novellas, is, along with the novel October Ferry to Gabriola, British born Malcolm Lowry s contribution to Canadian literature Lowry s name, of course, is synonymous with his singular, doom ridden masterpiece of 1930s Mexico, Under the Volcano, but much of his later worHear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place, a posthumously published collection of short stories and novellas, is, along with the novel October Ferry to Gabriola, British born Malcolm Lowry s contribution to Canadian literature Lowry s name, of course, is synonymous with his singular, doom ridden masterpiece of 1930s Mexico, Under the Volcano, but much of his later work was written in and about his adopted home of Canada Like all of Lowry s lesser known works, Hear Us O Lord is an uneven book, sometimes great, sometimes embarrassingly bad Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place is dominated by two particularly compelling novellas Through the Panama, a drunken, meditative journal of a voyage from Vancouver to Europe, revisits territory made familiar by Under the Volcano and is haunted by spectres from Lowry s earlier work Lowry s combines his shipboard journal with The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, resulting in a bizarre accumulation of artistic rumination, gallows humour, and dread Through the Panama also contains one of the most brilliant and damning paragraphs on Canada ever written, defining a Canadian as, among other things, a conservationist divided against himself The other novella, The Forest Path to the Spring was, according to Lowry s editors, intended to serve as a coda to his oeuvre, and is among his most direct and optimistic works The story, which Lowry dedicated to his wife, Margerie, presents a clear and almost sentimental picture of their life in British Columbia While analogies that call this story the Paradiso to Under the Volcano s Inferno are overly simplistic, The Forest Path does function as a counterpoint to the Mexican hell of Lowry s one great work Fans of Under the Volcano who have never attempted to read of Lowry s work would do well to seek out Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place Jack Illingworth
  • Title: Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place
  • Author: Malcolm Lowry
  • ISBN: 9780881842814
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback

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Glen Sep 24, 2020 - 17:01 PM
The stories in the second half of the book, particularly the ones set in the landscape north of Vancouver, are the most compelling stories in the book The Italian stories and sea stories, less so His prose at times reminded me of Joyce complex, full of allusions, a writer s writing but I can t say I was blown away These pieces are just that, pieces I will say that the ending of Elephant and Colosseum was a remarkable piece of almost mystical qualities, and like many an alcoholic, it is clear tha [...]
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Robbie Manson Sep 24, 2020 - 17:01 PM
I love Lowry His Italian stories not so much but Through the Panama yes and in particular my personal favourite The Forest Path to the Spring Not the masterpiece of Under the Volcano but a must read for Lowry fans.
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Cindy Marsch Sep 24, 2020 - 17:01 PM
Didn t read the whole thing I found the message in a bottle story fascinating, but I got bored with the tedious other stories.
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Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place By Malcolm Lowry Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place, a posthumously published collection of short stories and novellas, is, along with the novel October Ferry to Gabriola, British born Malcolm Lowry s contribution to Canadian literature Lowry s name, of course, is synonymous with his singular, doom ridden masterpiece of 1930s Mexico, Under the Volcano, but much of his later worHear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place, a posthumously published collection of short stories and novellas, is, along with the novel October Ferry to Gabriola, British born Malcolm Lowry s contribution to Canadian literature Lowry s name, of course, is synonymous with his singular, doom ridden masterpiece of 1930s Mexico, Under the Volcano, but much of his later work was written in and about his adopted home of Canada Like all of Lowry s lesser known works, Hear Us O Lord is an uneven book, sometimes great, sometimes embarrassingly bad Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place is dominated by two particularly compelling novellas Through the Panama, a drunken, meditative journal of a voyage from Vancouver to Europe, revisits territory made familiar by Under the Volcano and is haunted by spectres from Lowry s earlier work Lowry s combines his shipboard journal with The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, resulting in a bizarre accumulation of artistic rumination, gallows humour, and dread Through the Panama also contains one of the most brilliant and damning paragraphs on Canada ever written, defining a Canadian as, among other things, a conservationist divided against himself The other novella, The Forest Path to the Spring was, according to Lowry s editors, intended to serve as a coda to his oeuvre, and is among his most direct and optimistic works The story, which Lowry dedicated to his wife, Margerie, presents a clear and almost sentimental picture of their life in British Columbia While analogies that call this story the Paradiso to Under the Volcano s Inferno are overly simplistic, The Forest Path does function as a counterpoint to the Mexican hell of Lowry s one great work Fans of Under the Volcano who have never attempted to read of Lowry s work would do well to seek out Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place Jack Illingworth

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