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Pirate Talk or Mermalade Pursued by a mermaid two boys talk their way into pirating and end up in the Arctic where a secret unhinges them both Disabled piecemeal harassed by a parrot marooned on a tree challenged island p

  • Title: Pirate Talk or Mermalade
  • Author: Terese Svoboda
  • ISBN: 9780982631805
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pursued by a mermaid, two boys talk their way into pirating and end up in the Arctic where a secret unhinges them both Disabled piecemeal, harassed by a parrot, marooned on a tree challenged island, posing as Pilgrims, scrimshawing and singing their way out of prison, the spunky pirates of Pirate Talk or Mermalade defy and indeed eliminate all description it s a novel inPursued by a mermaid, two boys talk their way into pirating and end up in the Arctic where a secret unhinges them both Disabled piecemeal, harassed by a parrot, marooned on a tree challenged island, posing as Pilgrims, scrimshawing and singing their way out of prison, the spunky pirates of Pirate Talk or Mermalade defy and indeed eliminate all description it s a novel in voices.The many faces of Terese Svoboda s luminous writing include eleven books of poetry, fiction, translation, and over one hundred short stories Trailer Girl and Other Stories, her third novel, was reissued in paperback last fall.

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    1. David Katzman on said:

      This is the second book about pirates I’ve reviewed, and I’m not even a fan of pirates. Although I do enjoy shouting, “Thar she blows!” on occasion for no reason whatsoever. Not sure why people find that offensive.The first pirate book I reviewed was a graphic novel called Bourbon Island 1730 by Lewis Trondheim, and I recommend it. It’s historical fiction set on a French colony populated by former pirates and slaves. Pirate Talk or Mermalade, on the other hand, is not historical but ra [...]

    2. Steve on said:

      I can't say I'm a fan of Austin Powers, but it does include one of my favorite screen moments. After a henchman is killed, the story digresses to show his family receiving the news, and his wife says, "People never think how things affect the family of a henchman." It's telling -- almost self-fulfilling -- that the scene was cut from the film, and only included as DVD extra. And while the henchman has his own Facebook page, his family does not.I was reminded of that scene while reading Pirate Ta [...]

    3. J.A. on said:

      Playwrights, those who write almost exclusively in dialogue, are a special and tender breed, and when they do everything right (Edward Albee, Neil LaBute, David Mamet, Harold Pinter) they create the most fantastic and etched lives through which we see ourselves -- our faults and our lingering, our fragments and our beauty. Novelists, on the other hand, use varied amounts of dialogue and to varying degrees of success, though most often it is not their dialogue but the poetic prowess surrounding i [...]

    4. Lisa on said:

      What a strange book! In a good way, though. Kind of a prose poem/drama in dialogue, very profane and funny and full of odd imagery. I definitely stand by my Angela Carter reference. Anyway, like I said: Not for the faint of heart. It's not an easy or quick read, or at least it wasn't for me, but it was weird and fun. I think I'm going to reread one more time before trying a real review, and looking forward to it -- I get the feeling there are layers and layers here.

    5. Jim on said:

      At The Millions, Emily St. John Mandel wrote:This book is something entirely new: a novella that’s also a sort of poetry, a poetry that’s also almost a stage play. Pirate Talk is a strange and nastily beautiful book.It’s not something entirely new because I’ve read several books that consist of nothing bar dialogue—I’ve even written a couple—but I agree with the “strange and nastily beautiful” bit. This is a literary novella about pirates and I don’t imagine too many of those [...]

    6. KristenR on said:

      Whimsical MelancholyWhatever that actually means.It's the best description of what I got out of the poetic language and quirky characters anddah, I don't knowI can't say I was ever completely following what was going on in this strange little book. It is told completely in dialogbut unlike a play, we are not given the "he said, she said" indicators of who is speaking or even how many people are in the conversation.A second read would probably help me understand what actually happened, but I don' [...]

    7. Jessica on said:

      I couldn't finish this. It felt like it should have been entertaining, but because the book is all dialogue, and you're never told who is actually speaking, I never could properly follow what was happening. Some of this may be due to the fact that I normally read before bed, and am therefore tired and probably not my cleverest. However, it really felt like a play where someone forgot to include the director's notes. And there were parts where I thought someone might be a fish, or a lady, or was [...]

    8. David on said:

      This is one of the oddest pirate books I've ever had the pleasure of reading, and it was indeed a pleasure. If I didn't stop to think about it I found myself almost forgetting that the book is entirely dialogue. Svoboda handles it so well that the dialogue handles everything. Fun, weird, and interesting. Definitely worth a look.

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