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In an attempt to combat an approaching aimlessness after his sudden retirement, Gwyn chooses the new vocation of a copyist. Gwyn, a collection of two interconnected novellas, Baricco intentionally neglects seemingly important details in order to construct a puzzle for the reader. The first of the two novellas, also entitled Mr. Gwyn, follows the life of Jasper Gwyn, a despondent author underwhelmed with his own success, who publicly renounces his career as an acclaimed writer. The invented vocation is nearly the same as a portrait painter, yet in this case Gwyn uses text instead of paint to create realistic portraits of his subjects. The protagonist rents a small, dingy, yet perfectly curated apartment, into which he invites his clients, who visit for several hours every day, for several weeks. For the most part, as readers, we are not given any information as to what happens in the apartment, and the fact that Gwyn requires his subjects to be naked while he observes them, creates a more mysterious, and erotic, mood.

Gwyn, a collection of two interconnected novellas, Baricco intentionally neglects seemingly important details in order to construct a puzzle for the reader.

The first of the two novellas, also entitled Mr. Gwyn, follows the life of Jasper Gwyn, a despondent author underwhelmed with his own success, who publicly renounces his career as an acclaimed writer. The invented vocation is nearly the same as a portrait painter, yet in this case Gwyn uses text instead of paint to create realistic portraits of his subjects.

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The protagonist rents a small, dingy, yet perfectly curated apartment, into which he invites his clients, who visit for several hours every day, for several weeks. For the most part, as readers, we are not given any information as to what happens in the apartment, and the fact that Gwyn requires his subjects to be naked while he observes them, creates a more mysterious, and erotic, mood. At the end of these weeks, the client is then shown a written portrait of him or herself—none of which we ever read.

Around Rebecca, and other clients, Gwyn is withdrawn and cold. During their afternoon sessions together, he observes Rebecca in silence, appearing disinterested, his distance serving as a kind of protection for his emotional unavailability.

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Yet we sense his personal investment when, at the end of his time observing Rebecca, he presents her with a written portrait so representative of her, that she is taken aback and appears shocked by how well he knows her. Writing something. For much of the beginning of the novella, the reader is led to question whether or not such a vocation of a copyist actually exists, and what this methodical observing and chronicling could lead to.

The second story takes the dark tone of mystery to a level of near-Hollywood noir.

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A quote from The idiot by Dostoyevsky summarizes my opinion about the author: Gwyn, a collection of two interconnected novellas, Baricco intentionally neglects seemingly important. Ann Goldstein, tr. San Francisco.

ISBN Mr. Gwyn There are two novellas in this volume, either of which might.

Now I have read Mr. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Tamara Marjanovic rated it it was amazing Nov 09, House Democrats have a plan to re-open government. For much of the beginning of the novella, the reader is led to question whether or not such a vocation of a copyist actually exists, and what this methodical observing and chronicling could lead to.

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The writing style was different yet it drew me in entirely, whimsical and methodical. Jasper Gwyn resolves to make portraits of people, not with pigments and paintbrush but with words. Stephen rated it it was amazing Apr 11, Zoe rated it really liked it Jun 27, In an attempt to combat an approaching aimlessness after his sudden retirement, Gwyn chooses the new vocation of a copyist.

Aber dann kam eine Stelle in dem Buch, bei der mir die Kinnlade herunterklappte und minutenlang starrte ich die folgenden Zeilen an: Flipping through a catalog in a gallery, he decides he will write portraits.

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