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The Bird of Night (Anglais) Broché – 29 juillet 1976

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Fascinating portrait of a descent into madness 27 juin 2006
Par Bluestalking - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I went through a Susan Hill mini-phase last year, reading her _The Woman in Black_ and _I'm the King of the Castle_ within a very short space of time. During my mania I also ordered two or three used copies of her other titles, including the book I read today, _The Bird of Night_.

In this novel a man named Harvey Lawson meets the poet Francis Croft at a house party. Soon the two begin hanging out together, as the saying goes, and it's not long before they develop a sort of friendship. Lawson finds himself drawn to the mysterious, oddly eccentric Croft. After a while it becomes apparent all isn't well with Croft's mental condition, but rather than being run off Lawson feels the urgent need to care for the poet. Despite the fact Francis is constantly paranoid he will leave, Harvey finds himself more and more drawn in. He believes Francis is a poetic genius, and in fact Francis does produce a poem to great acclaim, titled "Janus."

The years go by and Francis slides further and further into insanity. Eventually he attempts suicide, though unsucessfully. Even relatively early on it's obvious Harvey loves Francis, though the very nature of Francis' madness makes any sort of real relationship impossible. Still, he's content to care for him, hoping for even a glimpse of sanity. These moments of rationality, though, become further and further apart.

The book is framed by the years following the death of Francis, when Harvey is a very old man being cared for in the same manner he cared for Francis. Literary worshippers assail him constantly, looking in vain for any papers Francis may have left behind him. Harvey tells them "there are no papers," when in fact there actually are, but he doesn't want to encourage any more attention than he's already getting. The intrusions are a nuisance. He would prefer to be alone with his memories,

_The Bird of Night_ is a book I read in one day. It was compelling enough, and likewise short enough, I didn't want to put it down unfinished. Though not as masterful as Hill's _I'm the King of the Castle_, it is nevertheless a fascinating portrait of a descent into madness.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A beautiful book. 10 juin 2017
Par Axel Argeryck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A beautiful book about friendship and some other things. Of an author who unfortunately (for me at least), dedicated herself to a minor literature. Easy to read, will surely like it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A tense, powerful story. 30 avril 2014
Par rick artdefoy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Would say it basically is the story of a friendship .Indeed is a beautiful book, very well written. Why and how the main character falls gradually into madness is not the main factor in the story plot. This matter is treated in such manner that altough being present, does not dominate the book. So, it is easily readed and what could be a hard matter, in fact is not. Think everybody will like it, it is a good way to discover this author, in case someone still does not know her.
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