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Staring at the sun

Julian Barnes

Staring at the sun

by Julian Barnes

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Published by Perennial Library in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- England -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJulian Barnes.
      SeriesPerennial fiction library
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR6052.A6657 S7 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination197 p. ;
      Number of Pages197
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2408495M
      ISBN 100060971487
      LC Control Number87045818

      Barnes (Flaubert's Parrot) has used portraiture-at-three-ages before, in 's Metroland. Where that book had an aggressively sociocultural finish, though, this new one hooks a rug of metaphor more philosophical and religious. Jean Serjeant's childhood in the 's is bedeviled and enlightened by her golf-course outings with her Uncle Leslie, during which his charming eccentricity poses to. Written in Irv Yalom's inimitable storytelling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this magisterial opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr. Yalom helps us recognize that the /5().

      Written in Irv Yalom's inimitable story-telling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr. Yalom helps us recognize that the fear of death is at the heart of much of our anxiety. Staring at the Sun seems to be a metaphor about Post Malone’s inability to fully give his life to someone he loves, and how his passion for music eventually leaves his loved ones longing for : John Dotson.

      Staring at the Sun charts the life of Jean Serjeant, from her beginning as a naive, carefree country girl before the war through to her wry and trenchant old age in the year We follow her bruising experience in marriage, her probing of male truths, her adventures in motherhood and in China and we cannot fail to be moved by the questions. Written in Irv Yalom's inimitable story-telling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this magisterial opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr. Yalom helps us recognize that the /5().


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Tackling the effect of mankind's fear of death - both conscious and unconscious - on life and how we might live it, Yalom explains how we find ourselves in need of the comfort of therapy/5.

"Staring at the Sun looks experientially and psycho-dynamically at our deepest fear, and describes with uncommon eloquence and deep humanity how we may arrive at a form of peace.

The book is witty and kind and unflinching, a generous mediation that should give comfort to the dying and to those they leave behind."4/4(12).

An extraordinary book about an ordinary life. Barnes woos the reader with prose that sings and characters who dance off the pages. In its brief span, Staring at the Sun manages to encapsulate the entire human experience, in all of its banality and aberrancy/5.

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Friedrich Nietzsche laid out this “mightiest thought” in his late 19th-century book Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Psychiatrist Irvin D. Yalom includes it in his book Staring at the Sun — Overcoming the Terror of Death. It will benefit anyone who reads it."--Rabbi Harold Kushner, author, When Bad Things Happen to Good People"Staring at the Sun looks experientially and psychodynamically at our deepest /5(K).

"Staring at the Sun looks experientially and psychodynamically at our deepest fear and describes with uncommon eloquence and deep humanity how we may arrive at a form of peace. The book is witty and kind and unflinching, a generous meditation that shows us not how to defeat our fear but how to become wise enough to tolerate it/5().

***** "Staring at the Sun" is the eminent psychiatrist Irvin Yalom's latest book based upon the premise that not just many, but all of our fearsfears that on the surface seem to be something elseare in actuality, the fear of by: Staring at the Sun From the acclaimed author of the best-selling Love's Executioner, The Gift of Therapy, and When Nietzsche Wept comes an inspiring book that confronts the most demanding challenge we all face: overcoming the terror of death/5().

Staring at the Sun: Overcoming the Terror of Death by Irvin Yalom In this exclusive excerpt from his latest book, Irvin Yalom delves into the ultimate existential concern, and how therapists can help clients in facing death anxiety.

(Book cite here) Drawing on his experiences prior to and surviving the death camp, he worked with clients to help make the best of their lives no matter the circumstance. In his book Man’s Search for Meaning, he helped to further. Irvin D. Yalom, -Bass $ (p) ISBN   Psychotherapist Bob Cooke TSTA Talks to Rory Lees-Oakes about Straring at the Sun by Irvin Yalom For more details of this book click here; Written in Irv Yaloms inimitable story-telling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality.

In this magisterial opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr. Yalom helps us recognize that the fear of death is at the heart of much of our anxiety. Such recognition is often catalyzed by an awakening experience—a dream, or.

Written in Irvin Yalom’s inimitable story-telling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this magisterial opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr Yalom helps us recognise that the fear of death is at the heart of much of our day-to-day anxiety.

In STARING AT THE SUN, he explores how the knowledge of our own mortality affects the unconscious mind of every human being. Tackling the effect of mankind's fear of death - both conscious and unconscious - on life and how we might live it, Yalom explains how we find ourselves in need of the comfort of therapy/5().

Get this from a library. Staring at the sun. [Julian Barnes] -- Jean Serjeant seems ordinary, but has and extraordinary disdain for wisdom. This story takes you from her childhood in the s to her flight into the sun in the year Staring at the Sun is divided into three main sections, preceded by a very short preface.

Section 1 is concerned with the life of Jean Serjeant from early childhood to her wartime marriage, ending. Book Description Paperback. Condition: New. Paperback.

Written in Irv Yalom's inimitable story-telling style, "Staring at the Sun" is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this magisterial ng may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability.

pages. /5(K). Written in Irv Yalom's inimitable story-telling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this magisterial opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr.

Yalom helps us recognize /5(10).Staring at the sun. New York: Perennial Library,© (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Julian Barnes. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published in Great Britain by Jonathan Cape Limited, London"--Title page verso.

Written in Irv Yalom's inimitable story-telling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this magisterial opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr. Yalom helps us recognize that the fear of death is at the heart of much of our anxiety.

Such recognition is often catalyzed by an "awakening experience"—a dream, or 4/5(4).