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The End of Loneliness

The End of Loneliness

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Published by Life Action Press .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL12024440M
ISBN 101555312772
ISBN 109781555312770

Book Blog: The End of Loneliness by Benedict Wells. | By Baltimore County Public Library. The search for hope after a childhood loss is the central theme in "The End of Loneliness" by German writer Benedict Wells, eloquently translated by Charlotte Collins. This is the author’s fourth novel and first to be translated into. Even a great book might not actually put an end to loneliness, but I can’t imagine a better salve for solitude than a novel like this, a book with the empathy, bravery, and vision to venture straight into the turbulent, vivid, interior landscapes of memory in order to reveal to us our own innermost selves.” (Stefan Merrill Block, author of.

  Benedict Wells’ novel The End of Loneliness had already sold over , copies in Germany when it was translated into English. With statistics like that, I was curious and somewhat cautious that this novel would not live up to this international acclaim.   The End of Loneliness by Benedict Wells Ap Written by Kate Padilla. Explore More. Buy This Book on Amazon. Buy This Book on Barnes&Noble. Buy This Book Online. The End of Loneliness Benedict Wells Translated by .

  The distinction is important. It means we could, in theory, end loneliness. Our narrator introduces us to a number of innovators who are leading the way. His fourth novel, The End of Loneliness, spent more than a year and a half on the Spiegel bestseller list and was awarded the European Union Prize for Literature, among other awards. After several years in Barcelona, Benedict Wells has returned to Berlin. His books have been published in 34 languages.


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The End of Loneliness introduces Jules the Wundershon. I read this as a translated work and thought the translator did great with the fabulous understated work by the author because I meant to only read a little and ended up devouring the book in two sittings/5.

The end of loneliness is a wonderful book. It contains a string of memories stretching out an entire lifespan. The full circle is one of the themes.

Experiences of a child come back in experiences of the child of this child. The writer writes in such a way that you are in the story and are curious about what's coming next.

Loved it/5(67). The end of loneliness is a wonderful book. It contains a string of memories stretching out an entire lifespan. The full circle is one of the themes.

Experiences of a child come back in experiences of the child of this child. The writer writes in such a way that you are in the story and are curious about what's coming next/5(66). The End of Loneliness is both affecting and accomplished — and eternal. Even a great book might not actually put an end to loneliness, but I can’t imagine a better salve for solitude than a novel like this, a book with the empathy, bravery, and vision to venture straight into the turbulent, vivid, interior landscapes of memory in order.

Superbly translated by Charlotte Collins (award-winning translator of The Tobacconist), The End of Loneliness is a book you fall into from the first page. It is a poignant exploration of the past told through the ruptured lives of the siblings: a moving tale of loss, longing and familial love.

The End of Loneliness has now been translated into English. Writing it was like carrying a 50kg weight. Wherever he was – in Berlin, Barcelona, chatting with friends – Author: Paula Cocozza.

About the Book The End of Loneliness. written by Benedict Wells, translated by Charlotte Collins. From internationally bestselling author Benedict Wells comes a sweeping novel of love and loss, and of the lives we never get to live.

Jules Moreau’s childhood is shattered after the sudden death of his parents. Enrolled in boarding school where. The End of Loneliness by Benedict Wells Publisher: Penguin Books Release Date: Janu Length: pages Amazon {A Bit of Backstory} Single Sentence Summary.

A simply beautiful story of one man’s lifetime journey in. “We define loneliness as the difference between the desire or expectation of what life should be like, and the reality,” says Kellie Payne, research and policy manager at the Campaign to End Author: Paula Cocozza.

The following is from Benedict Wells' novel The End of Loneliness, translated by Charlotte Collins. The novel follows three estranged siblings who lost their parents as children, finding their way through life and hoping not to do it alone.

Benedict Wells is a. Even a great book might not actually put an end to loneliness, but I can’t imagine a better salve for solitude than a novel like this, a book with the empathy, bravery, and vision to venture straight into the turbulent, vivid, interior landscapes of memory in.

In ‘The End of Loneliness,’ a German-Swiss Novelist Confronts Death and Loss Benedict Wells’s fourth novel is his first to be translated into. The Campaign to End Loneliness inspires thousands of organisations and people to do more to tackle the health threat of loneliness in older age.

If you'd like to keep in touch, please leave your name and email below, or just click the orange button to go to make your donation. The End of Loneliness is not a cheerful book, but it’s one that all of us can relate to.

After all, part of living life means feeling alone. Although Jules suffered an immense loss at a young age, there is a turning point in each of our lives that we can point to and say, “that’s where it all changed.”/5(65).

The book's earnestness weighs it down from time to time, but overall Wells has written a tender, affecting novel, one that packs a lot into a slender frame. Pub Date: Jan. 29th, ISBN:. Book Title: The End of Loneliness.

ISBN Author: Benedict Wells. Publisher: Sceptre. Guideline Price: £ “Imagination, the supreme delight of the immortal and the Author: Jonathan Mcaloon. Loneliness: Human Nature and the Need for Social Connection is a wonderful popular science monograph that details our current understanding of loneliness.

John T. Cacioppo is a talented science writer capable of distilling complex scientific/psychological studies into understandable prose for lay-readers, and he does so without overstating the /5. This guide was written with the following version of this book: Wells, Benedict.

The End of Loneliness. New York: Penguin Books, Seven years old, Jules Moreau is part of a happy family in Munich with his older siblings Liz and Marty, alongside their parents.

Their father, of French origin, is. March THE END OF LONELINESS, written by Benedict Wells and translated by Charlotte Collins, is one of those slim novels that you might overlook. I am so glad I picked it up. It has strong storytelling and characters who will stay with you. It’s a sibling story, a love story, and a story that bobs and weaves so very well.

Jules Moreau, his brother Marty and sister Liz are. He has already proven with his three previous books. published “The End of Solitude”, after five years of Roman break and seven years of work, a mature, great work is – the novel of a life, a family, a love of the important questions of philosophical depth treated and a good story told and to an individual, sensitive, finds literary and.

Told through the fractured lives of the siblings, The End of Loneliness is a heartfelt, enriching novel about loss and loneliness, family and love. ***** ‘This novel has been rightfully described as something of a masterpiece.

One thing is for sure – it is not easily forgotten’ Sunday Post.FREE DOWNLOAD!Personal essays consistent with trans-personal psychology that the author used to increase life satisfaction.

Topics range from the 'invisible counselor technique' championed by Napoleon Hill, 'Active Imagination' by Carl Jung, and 'Tulpamancy.' If you're interested in change, have ever been profoundly influenced by loneliness, and are capable of .The Well of Loneliness is a lesbian novel by British author Radclyffe Hall that was first published in by Jonathan follows the life of Stephen Gordon, an Englishwoman from an upper-class family whose "sexual inversion" (homosexuality) is apparent from an early finds love with Mary Llewellyn, whom she meets while serving as an ambulance driver in World War Author: Radclyffe Hall.