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2 edition of Destroy, she said. found in the catalog.

Destroy, she said.

Duras, Marguerite.

Destroy, she said.

Translated from the French by Barbara Bray. Destruction and language: an interview with Marguerite Duras [by Jacques Rivette and Jean Narboni] Translated from the French by Helen Lane Cumberford.

by Duras, Marguerite.

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Published by Grove Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation of Détruire, dit-elle. Destruction and language was originally published as La destruction la parole, in Cahiers du cinéma, Nov. 1969.

ContributionsRivette, Jacques, 1928-, Narboni, Jean.
The Physical Object
Pagination133 p. ;
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19238498M

This colorfully illustrated story will help children grades K-5 learn how to appropriately stand up for themselves when someone is gossiping or rumoring. It also shows young people how hurtful it can be to tell a lie about someone else. Compare products, read Brand: Youthlight, Inc. She Said Destroy #1 introduced a world that once had thousands of Gods that folks were able to worship freely until one got greedy and started making a list and taking them out. The last God and her followers to make their stand is the The Morrigan, Goddess of Death and her worshipers are the witches of Fey and they’ve been prepping for a.

She Said Destroy #1 is a femme centered narrative about a resistance against a near omnipresent empire that combines magic and space travel with dreamy art to boot. I would like to see in the next issues a deeper focus on the depth of the characters as of yet, there no one outside of the Gods who has really captured my attention even though there is a variety of .   Rockin' Robbie Billups reviews She Said Destroy #2 from writer Joe Corallo, artist Liana Kangas, colorist Rebecca Nalty, letterer Melanie Ujimori and editor Adrian Wassal. The issue releases July.

  She Said Destroy #1 has a title that really grabs you, and it feels like there is a lot of story here yet to be told. I don’t yet have a sense of what is at stake for anyone, but this issue intrigues me enough that I’m curious to see where it goes next/10(2). The sophisticated dalliance among the four serves to obscure an underlying violence, which, when the curtain of civilization is drawn aside, reveals in her fellow guests a very contemporary, perhaps even new, form of many of Duras's novels, Destroy, She Said owes much to cinema, displaying a skillful interplay of dialogue and.


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Destroy, She Said book. Read 67 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this classic novel by the best-selling author of The Lover, er /5. Nadia Bulkins debut collection She Said Destroy was a wild ride.

This book has some of the most inventive stories I have come across recently, which is impressive given the fact that I have read a massive number of stories published by the most varied authors in the horror/weird Destroy.

Like many of Duras's novels, Destroy, She Said owes much to cinema, displaying a skillful interplay of dialogue and description.

There are recurring moods and motifs from the Duras repertoire: eroticism, lassitude, stifled desire, a beautiful woman, a mysterious forest, a desolate provincial hotel/5(6).

"The dark stories of She Said Destroy are harrowing, astute tales of horror and the fantastic, vagabond journeys through the regions and classes of today's world, alongside the forgotten and the monstrous. Bulkin's craft is an enlivening, challenging, and distinctive voice that lingers long after reading, and reshapes weird fiction each time/5(27).

Like many of Duras's novels, Destroy, She Said owes much to cinema, displaying a skillful interplay of dialogue and description. There are recurring moods and motifs from the Duras repertoire: eroticism, lassitude, stifled desire, a beautiful woman, a mysterious forest, a desolate provincial hotel.

She Said Destroy Over millennia, Brigid, Goddess of the Sun, has conquered and converted the entire solar system into worshipping her and her alone, save one space colony. The witches of Fey are the last believers of The Morrigan, Goddess of Death, Brigid's sister and the only other God left.

Destroy She Said may not be the most exquisitely beautiful of her works (there is an ocean of exquisite beauty in Marguerite Duras, so which work can be seen as the apex of all that is far beyond me to judge) but it is the most aggressive and forthright that I have read.

The way the three main characters descend upon Elizabeth Alione is. Like many of Marguerite Duras’s novels, Destroy, She Said owes much to cinema, displaying a skillful interplay of dialogue and description.

There are recurring moods and motifs from the Duras repertoire: eroticism, lassitude, stifled desire, a beautiful woman, a mysterious forest, a desolate provincial hotel. She Said Destroy Nadia Bulkin. WordHorde, $ trade paper (p) ISBN Buy this book.

Bulkin’s superior debut collection contains 13. "The dark stories of She Said Destroy are harrowing, astute tales of horror and the fantastic, vagabond journeys through the regions and classes of today's world, alongside the forgotten and the monstrous.

Bulkin's craft is an enlivening, challenging, and distinctive voice that lingers long after reading, and reshapes weird fiction each : Word Horde. Over millennia, Brigid, Goddess of the Sun, has conquered and converted the entire solar system into worshipping her and her alone, save one space colony.

The witches of Fey are the last believers of The Morrigan, Goddess of Death, Brigid's sister and the only other God left. As Brigid's forces prepare for one final battle, The Morrigan prepares to do what she does best:. Like many of Duras’s novels, Destroy, She Said owes much to cinema, displaying a skillful interplay of dialogue and description.

There are recurring moods and motifs from the Duras repertoire: eroticism, lassitude, stifled desire, a beautiful woman, a mysterious forest, a desolate provincial hotel.

Book and film: Remains of language. Fragments of memory. Residue of oblivion. Imitation of thought. Mixed together dialogue from film and words from novella. Destroy, she said. Silence. Bay windows are open. Overcast. Gone to sleep again. Silence Increasing heat. Sunshine.

Brilliant. Seventh Day. Creation done. Silence. About to be destroyed. She Said Destroy: Bulkin’s enormous imagination is on full display here: trippy, nightmarish, and unforgettable. Nadia Bulkin’s thirteen stories are as diverse in their themes as they are in their settings, yet they piece together excellently to showcase her 5/5.

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Like many of Duras's novels, Destroy, She Said owes much to cinema, displaying a skillful interplay of dialogue and description. There are recurring moods and motifs from the Duras repertoire: eroticism, lassitude, stifled desire, a beautiful woman, a mysterious forest, a desolate provincial hotel/5().

Get this from a library. Destroy, She Said. [Marguerite Duras; Recorded Books, Inc.] -- In this classic novel by the best-selling author of The Lover, erotic intrigue masks a chillingly deceptive form of madness.

Elisabeth Alione is convalescing in a hotel in rural France when she meets. By Jarred A. Luján — She Said Destroy, a sci-fi/fantasy hybrid comic by writer Joe Corallo and artist Liana Kangas is back with its third issue this has been one of my favorite titles on my pull list since its debut, so I’m going to preface my review with simply telling you how excited I was for this book.

SHE SAID DESTROY #1 lays out an intriguing world and concept for the narrative. However, the characters that populate it feel flat and uninteresting, with artwork that is good overall, yet inconsistent. If the creators can iron out those issues, they could have a masterwork on their hands.

The first chapter, however, falls short of wowing readers/10(15). My spoiler-free review of the short story collection She Said Destroy by Nadia Bulkin. I requested this book from Word Horde. Goodreads Review: https://www.g. Wrapped Up In Books is The A.V. Club’s monthly book club.

This post concludes the discussion of this month’s selection, Marguerite Duras' Destroy, She .She Said Destroy Vol.

1 is published by Vault Comics, written by Joe Corallo, with art by Liana Kangas, colors by Rebecca Nalty, and letters from Melanie Ujimori. It collects issues 1 -5 of the series. Described as “Wicked + Divine meets Star Wars by way of Final Fantasy,” the series She Said Destroy is a blend of sci-fi and fantasy.

The series follows the witches of Fey, the last.Book Review: She Said Destroy Posted by: Michele Galgana in Book Reviews, Slider October 8, 1 Comment Nadia Bulkin’s first collection of short stories, She Said Destroy, was recently released from Word Horde, and it’s intense.