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by Ian Hornby

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ISBN: 0863194389
Author: Ian Hornby
Language: English
Publisher: New Playwrights' Network (January 1997)
Pages: 68
Category: Dramas & Plays
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 192
Size Fb2: 1943 kb
Size ePub: 1308 kb
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Ian Leslie's book does a good job of addressing not only the importance of curiosity but also why it declines and . Ian Leslie demonstrates his own wide-ranging curiosity in this book

Ian Leslie's book does a good job of addressing not only the importance of curiosity but also why it declines and how to preserve it. As he points out "curiosity is vulnerable to benign neglect. It needs to be cultivated and supported. Ian Leslie demonstrates his own wide-ranging curiosity in this book. He cites a number of studies of the cognitive development of toddlers and differing educational outcomes for poor and middle-class families.

Book well in advance as good people are hard to find and he has no shortage of work as a result

Book well in advance as good people are hard to find and he has no shortage of work as a result.

Hornby said he had dreamed up the story of Tom, a jobless rock critic, and Louise, a gerontologist, a while ago, but not necessarily as a TV show. It just seemed like such a neat way of telling a story

Hornby said he had dreamed up the story of Tom, a jobless rock critic, and Louise, a gerontologist, a while ago, but not necessarily as a TV show. I didn’t know what to do with it, he said by phone last month. So he put the story to the side. It just seemed like such a neat way of telling a story. He borrowed that neat way, tweaked for Louise and Tom, and pitched the show to producers at See-Saw Films, who were struck by what Hornby could accomplish in each 10-minute, dialogue-heavy chunk. SundanceTV, intrigued by the idea, agreed to distribute it.

Shall I put the film back on?’ he asked her. This was like a test. The old mum would know he didn’t mean that. Do you mind?’ she said. I’d like to see how it turns ou. Twelve Filling days had never really been a problem for Will. He might not have been proud of his lifelong lack of achievement, but he was proud of his ability to stay afloat in the enormous ocean of time he had at his disposal; a less resourceful man, he felt, might have gone under and drowned.

I don’t believe that. A good-looking boy like you? We’ll have to fix you u. ‘It’s OK, thanks. I don’t really want one at the moment. I don’t feel ready ye. ‘Very sensible. Mrs Morrison suddenly appeared beside them. In my office now, Ellie. ‘I’m not changing the sweatshirt. ‘We’ll talk about it in my office.

I’ll bet you can’t remember what you were doing here now, can you?  . And I’ll bet she was one of the people at parties who used to go ‘Woooh!’ to the fade-out of ‘Brown Sugar

I’ll bet you can’t remember what you were doing here now, can you? Yes, I can. I was here because I wanted to be with you.  . I’m sorry, but can we get this straight? What is his name, Ian or Ray? What do you call him? Ray. And I’ll bet she was one of the people at parties who used to go ‘Woooh!’ to the fade-out of ‘Brown Sugar. There is no greater crime than that, as far as you’re concerned, is there? The only thing that runs it close is singing along to the chorus of ‘Hi Ho Silver Lining,’ at the top of your voice.

Ian McEwan has hit that enviable moment that comes to a novelist only very rarely: he has written himself into a position where everyone wants to read his latest book now, today, before any other bastard comes along and ruins it. He’s genuinely serious and genuinely popular, in the UK a. He’s genuinely serious and genuinely popular, in the UK at least, and in an age where our tastes in culture are becoming ever more refined, and therefore ever more fractured, he is almost single-handedly reviving the notion of a chattering class by providing something that we can all chatter about.

In that case, I’ll fix us something else to drink

In that case, I’ll fix us something else to drink. You sticking to the whiskey, or you want a coffee? I stick to the whiskey, so I’ll have an excuse if nothing happens, or if things happen too quickly, or if blah blah blah. You know, I really thought you hated me, she says. We’re supposed to be in the grip of a passion that neither of us can control here, so how come she can find time to think about Neutrogena and carrot moisturizer and cotton balls and the rest of it? On the whole, I prefer women who are prepared to break the habit of half a lifetime in your honor, and, in any case, bathroom interludes do nothing for a chap’s nerves, or for his enthusiasm, if you catch my drift.

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