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FREE READ ó The Golden House On the day of Barack Obama’s inauguration an enigmatic billionaire from foreign shores takes up residence in the architectural jewel of “the Gardens” a cloistered community in New York’s Greenwich Village The neighborhood is a bubble within a bubble and the residents are immediately intrigued by the eccentric newcomer and his family Along with his improbable name untraceable accent and unmistakable whiff of danger Nero Golden has brought along his three adult sons agoraphobic alcoholic Petya a brilliant recluse with a tortured mind; Apu th. 45 stars Salman Rushdie s 13th novel The Golden House plays out as a Shakespearean drama re imagined in the eyes of a postmodernist and set in the Obama era of ultra riche Manhattan There how s that for an elevator pitch This novel is full of nostalgic references ornate erudite descriptions and high brow prose as you would expect from the man who brought us Midnight s Children and holds an esteemed Booker Prize I myself was first introduced to Salman Rushdie by Hanif Kureishi who wrote one of my favorite college reads The Black Album in response to the fatwah issued by Islamic fundamentalists intent on killing Rushdie for writing his 4th novel The Satanic Verses So you can imagine the anticipation I felt to finally meet this great novelist and essayist up close and in person for myself or as up close and in person as one s words on a page will allow us to get to the true author themselvesAnd here you have it Sit back and imagine this The Golden House trots along the Obama era years from his inauguration on January 20 2009 up to the election that gave us our 45th president This political period is the mirror against which these characters see their lives unfolding crumbling and transforming Nero Golden and his household of three sons of which he is the godlike patriarch are expatriates of an unnamed country which is eventually named after a terrorist tragedy takes the life of their matriarch and shady financial deals finish them off in their homeland sending the family to New York to rebuild their lives with the help of their obscene and conspicuous wealth by way of the American Dream They move into a mega mansion in an affluent neighborhood in Manhattan where all 22 homes of the community back into a luxurious garden oasis that the families all collectively enjoy It is in this near utopian communal setting where lives begin to cross and our narrator Ren is met by the leading family We follow him on his journey to infiltrate observe and ultimately document the Golden lives in a film he s been longing to make but isn t really sure of how to go about doing Along the way characters come and go As the modern day Julio Claudian drama unfolds death occurs Birth occurs Marriage occurs The saga of their lives unfolds shatters melts down and repairs never in that orderIf you re looking for a single word to describe this novel a good starting place would be dense though I cannot argue that it is unnecessarily so and the read certainly wouldn t have been the same without this aspect Literary allusions call me Ishmael abound on every page here and uite honestly you might want to have a digital encyclopedia on hand for uick reference through some of these passages Chinese hexagrams of divination for example But I loved that reveled in it for the most part in fact because this enlightened display of narrative talent played with so many forms of storytelling from conventional narrative formatting to scenes written as screenplays from the use of uotations marks to the use of not a one and back again It was a journey but at least it was a ride too crossing the lines of contemporary fiction postmodernism and metafiction Here you ll find wry social commentary that crackles and pops with dry irony heaped on in healthy doses so that no culture past or present Eastern or Western is safe from the scrutinizing eye though with the backdrop of this novel being set specifically against the Obama era much of the commentary hits hard on American culture smashing up against it forcefully and knocking down our perception of it knocking down the barriers around talking about it from Black Lives Matter to the collapse of the housing market to transgender transformation and everywhere in between Once upon a timeif a boy liked pink and dolls his parents would be afraid he was homosexual and try to interest him in boy stuffthey might have doubts about his orientation but it wouldn t occur to them to uestion his gender Now it seems you go to the other extreme Instead of saying the kid s a pansy you start trying to persuade him he s a girl What is American culture This novel dares to seriously ask often pokes fun at and ultimately explores no turns inside out this beloved clich we and the world over cling to called the American Dream from the viewpoint of the transplant from the viewpoint of those ultimately in search of themselves in the whirlwind that is our lives in our culture today I could feel it the anger of the unjustly dead the young men shot for walking in a stairwell while black the young child shot for playing with a plastic gun in a playground while black all the daily black death of America screaming out that they deserved to live and I could feel too the fury of white America at having to put up with a black man in a white house and the frothing hatred of the homophobesthe blue collar anger of everyone who had been Fannie Mae d and Freddie Mac d by the housing calamity all the discontent of a furiously divided country everyone believing they were right Rushdie s insightful narrative is at times chilling in its acute accuracy about our cultural climate and our 45th president the Joker shriekedin that bubblegun murderers were exercising their constitutional rights but the parents of murdered children were un Americanmass deportations would be a good thing and women reporters would be seen to be unreliable because they had blood coming out of their whatevers and made The Golden House a complete package which managed to be both entertaining and at times mildly surreal with the help of a wink toward a avant garde formatting techniue and a nod toward the magically real I navigated this novel with the sense of one at their grandfather s knee he with brandy and cigar in hand hearing a tale that was often fascinating in its baroueness The Golden House is chocked full of so many things we love in reads solid plotting whimsy and intellectual stimuli which made the ornate density of this novel worth persevering through in the end and that both stirred and excited my reader soul like a hearty helping of literary gumbo you have to close your eyes and smile to enjoy adding depth to the layers of the pages of these words And that was easily enough for 45 stars I received a copy of this novel from the publisher Random House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewFOLLOW ME HEREGoodreads Twitter Instagram Get a Copy of My Book Book 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FREE READ ó The Golden House Ted in their uarrels their infidelities and indeed their crimes Meanwhile like a bad joke a certain comic book villain embarks upon a crass presidential run that turns New York upside downSet against the strange and exuberant backdrop of current American culture and politics The Golden House also marks Salman Rushdie’s triumphant and exciting return to realism The result is a modern epic of love and terrorism loss and reinvention a powerful timely story told with the daring and panache that make Salman Rushdie a force of light in our dark new ag. This is a book of stories and identity actual created and retold as tales to others It uestions what we think about as truth especially when it comes to ourselves and others what is said hidden implied or lied about Can we ever really know ourselves when we are so immersed and intertwined with other peoples stories with what they believe about us or want us to be In this vortex of truth and lies is one really valid than the otherFrom the outset it reminded me somewhat of The Virgin Suicides enshrouded in a specific time that of vivid modernity but eually universal in the ways of human behaviour shadowed by that overwhelming feeling of impeding doom In case anyone thinks i m giving something away please see the choice of RomanGreek names for the main characters Rushdie might as well have been shouting this is not going to end well The family treads the same path of decline as the America it inhabits from the hope of the Obama era to the what Rushdie envisions as the Joker presidency It could have been called The Fall of the Golden House Or perhaps that s sufficiently implied The Goldens all told stories about themselves stories in which essential information about origins was either omitted or falsified I listened to them not as true but as indications of characterOf course the reader only knows this Golden family through the eyes of outsider film director and neighbour Rene whose current project is to make a film telling their story The uestion never far from the mind is how much of what we are being told is real Is it the truth as the Golden s would understand it Far from reflecting the impartial gaze of the camera Rene s perceptions determine the narrative especially as his associations with the family become closer and complex This is reflected in the structure of the writing sometimes set up as a film script with directions and asides from the narrator It is not steady narrative it jumps from the we of the collective habitants of The Gardens surrounding Golden House to the I of Rene to internal monologues he could only be imagining reported speech and even interjections from mythical characters of folklore like witch Baba Yaga These layered stories interspersed with freuent literary cultural and film uotation and reference combine to form a labyrinth of connected lives and ideas revealing how we use others stories to illuminate our own sometimes guiding or bolstering our identity or even overwhelming who we are or who we might be In the end when it comes to people truth and reality may be nothing our own creations I m also finally finishing up my Golden screenplay my faction about these men who made fictions of themselves and the two are blurring into each other until i m not sure any what s real and what I made upI can see how others might find this too self referential too obviously clever but it s nevertheless my favourite since Midnight s Children As a commentary on modern society and contemporary ideas of truth and identity it s not to be missedARC via Netgalley A Gift for Drenol presidential run that turns New York upside downSet against the strange and exuberant backdrop of current American culture and Simple Six Pack Solution politics The Golden House also marks Salman Rushdie’s triumphant and exciting return to realism The result is a modern epic of love and terrorism loss and reinvention a Die Bom powerful timely story told with the daring and Slaughterboy panache that make Salman Rushdie a force of light in our dark new ag. 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FREE READ ó The Golden House E flamboyant artist sexually and spiritually omnivorous famous on twenty blocks; and D at twenty two the baby of the family harboring an explosive secret even from himself There is no mother no wife; at least not until Vasilisa a sleek Russian expat snags the septuagenarian Nero becoming the ueen to his king a ueen in want of an heirOur guide to the Goldens’ world is their neighbor René an ambitious young filmmaker Researching a movie about the Goldens he ingratiates himself into their household Seduced by their mystiue he is inevitably implica. 45 Stars The Golden House was my first book from Salman Rushdie his thirteenth novel to date It begins 20 January 2009 with Barack Obama s inauguration as the 44th President of the United States setting the stage by reminding us of the economic ruin following the mortgage crisis that President Obama inherited On the same day Nero Golden his three sons Petronius or Petya Lucius Apuleius or Apu and Dionysius or D arrive in the US from an unnamed country of origin moving into a new abode in the Gardens an exclusive area of Greenwich Village where all of the 22 houses are linked connected by their garden hidden away from the city Petya 40 an agoraphobic and an alcoholic and Apu 41 an attention seeking artist were born slightly less than one year apart they share the same mother and even the same zodiac sign Dionysius has no recollection of his mother and is still a relatively young 22 Eventually Nero Golden in his early 70s brings into their new home a new wife Vasilisa a Russian expatriateTheir neighbor Ren who loves the gardens all things of beauty is drawn to the Goldens in them he sees a story that needs to be told His passion is filmmaking he sees himself as the artist painting their murky lives as he sees them so that others will see them clearly as well He leaned forward when standing or walking as if struggling constantly against a strong wind only he could feel bent a little from the waist but not too much This was a powerful man no than that a man deeply in love with the idea of himself as powerful Relatively early on in this novel the era of Obama at the helm draw to a close and the elections for the 45th President are on everyone s minds including the media He was dangling his wickedness under our noses reveling in it challenging us to see it contemptuous of our powers of comprehension convinced of his ability easily to defeat anyone who rose against him Rushdie s observations from our past political election are uite accurate if perhaps coloured by his personal vision His many thoughts regarding this man who would become President with his colored hair and bearing leaving no doubt of his opinions on this topic Sometimes watching him I thought of Dr Frankenstein s monster a simulacrum of the human that entirely failed to express any true humanity I would not describe reading this as a challenge but rather a story you can t really allow your attention to wander or get sidetracked Every sentence seems to carry importance than most contemporary fiction and Rushdie isn t an author who injects wide spaces long pauses between thoughts so this book feels extensive than most but I thoroughly enjoyed it Pub Date 05 Sep 2017Many thanks for the ARC provided by Random House Roark Uncompromising #6 passion is filmmaking he sees himself as the artist A Gift for Drenol painting their murky lives as he sees them so that others will see them clearly as well He leaned forward when standing or walking as if struggling constantly against a strong wind only he could feel bent a little from the waist but not too much This was a Simple Six Pack Solution powerful man no than that a man deeply in love with the idea of himself as Die Bom powerful Relatively early on in this novel the era of Obama at the helm draw to a close and the elections for the 45th President are on everyone s minds including the media He was dangling his wickedness under our noses reveling in it challenging us to see it contemptuous of our Slaughterboy powers of comprehension convinced of his ability easily to defeat anyone who rose against him Rushdie s observations from our The Golden House past Oathbringer political election are uite accurate if Darkest Powers Bonus Pack 2 perhaps coloured by his حافظ، آب حیات personal vision His many thoughts regarding this man who would become President with his colored hair and bearing leaving no doubt of his opinions on this topic Sometimes watching him I thought of Dr Frankenstein s monster a simulacrum of the human that entirely failed to express any true humanity I would not describe reading this as a challenge but rather a story you can t really allow your attention to wander or get sidetracked Every sentence seems to carry importance than most contemporary fiction and Rushdie isn t an author who injects wide spaces long


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  • Hardcover
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  • The Golden House
  • Salman Rushdie
  • English
  • 21 June 2020
  • 9780399592805