2 edition of Mad boy chronicle found in the catalog.
Mad boy chronicle
|Statement||by Michael O"Brien|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
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Overview Set in the final days of the first millennium, Mad Boy Chronicle hauls the Hamlet story howling back to its origins. Join the Mad Boy as he sets out in fierce pursuit of his destiny, in a world where wolves, elves, spirits, and Jesus Christ all Book Edition: Epub.
Lord Berners and his Mad Boy, Robert Heber-Percy are brought to life by Sofka Zinovieff, who weaves a wonderful web that is a delight to read. A surprisingly heavy and luxurious book, with expensive glossy paper, wide margins, a ribbon bookmark, decorative endpapers, a book lover's delight, not to be carelessly soiled or folded/5().
Set in the final days of the first millennium, Mad Boy Chronicle hauls the Hamlet story howling back to its origins. Join the Mad Boy as he sets out in fierce pursuit of his destiny, in a world where wolves, elves, spirits, and Jesus Christ all compete for the future of humanity. to approach Mad Boy Chronicle not as a copy or adaptation but rather, as one review says, as a “multilevel attack on accepted concepts open to any and every interpretation” (Shaner ), this is in large part because the paratext is able to make it open, by pre-emptively negating.
I read "Boy Was I Mad" countless times back in the early 70s and LOVED IT. I recall reading it and losing myself in the story to such a degree, that by the end I felt like MY whole day had gone by.
Of course Mercer Mayer's illustrations captivated me with their detail and action, I would spend considerable time studying each page as I read it/5. Perhaps the most fascinating character is 'The Mad Boy' - Robert Heber Percy - the 'black sheep' of a highly respectable upper-class family.
In relation to him, the story intriguingly leaves one or two fundamental questions unanswered. However, since all the dramatis personae of the time are now dead, we probably never will know the truth/5().
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Chronicle Books is an independent publisher offering bestselling books, children's books, stationery, and gifts. Shop our selection here. Mad Boy Chronicle is set in AD, based partly on Hamlet and partly on Norse sagas. Michael O'Brien has gone back to the old Viking story that was the source for Shakespeare's Hamlet, and reshaped the story of the melancholy Dane into a medieval farce that hauls the Hamlet tragedy howling back to its origins in Denmark.
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