Where Reasons End
Where Reasons End A Novel Li, Yiyun Where Reasons End belongs to a band of books produced in the forge of intense pain their authors, aristocrats of suffering think of The Year of Magical Thinking and Blue Nights, Joan Didion s memoirs of the deaths of her husband and daughter in close succession For Li, to apply her own language to suicide means to understand suicide as the most private of Where Reasons End by Yiyun Li Where Reasons End is an imagined conversation between a mother and the son she lost to suicide The unnamed narrator modeled after Li herself whose year old son died by suicide in is a writer, who deals with her loss by writing out a series of dialogues with her son Nikolai not his real name, but as good as any. Where Reasons End A Novel Kindle edition by Li, Yiyun Where Reasons End is about the saddest thing in the world, and yet the experience of reading it is mysterious and expansive, as though the limits of all things language, love, and life are further than we ever imagined These stories astonishing in their compassion, their scope, their private jokes, and their longing are for anyone who has ever wished that a Where Reasons End by Yiyun Li About Where Reasons End A fearless writer confronts grief and transforms it into art, in a book of surprising beauty and love, a masterpiece by a master Elizabeth McCracken, Vanity Fair Li has converted the messy and devastating stuff of life into a remarkable work of art The Wall Street Journal Where Reasons End by Yiyun Li review a mother s grief Feb , This is the form of Where Reasons End, a novel structured as a series of dialogues Where her memoir began as an endeavour to understand and survive her own suicide attempt, the novel is the Where Reasons End Psychology Today Where Reasons End is of course deeply sad, but it is so much than that In providing space for one woman s grief to flow uninhibited, Li reveals not just the way suicide impacts Grief Conquers Language Almost In Where Reasons End Feb , In Yiyun Li s new novel, Where Reasons End, the narrator is forced to reckon with the limits of language after the suicide of her teenage son There is no good language when it comes to the Where Reasons End and Writing Stories About Suicide Apr , In Yiyun Li s novel Where Reasons End, an unnamed narrator converses with her teenage son, Nikolai, in the months following his death by suicide This question, posed by the narrator, is one of A Mother Loses a Son to Suicide, but Their Dialogue Jan , In the months after his death, Li began writing a new novel Where Reasons End imagines a dialogue between a mother and her teenage son after he has been lost to suicide. Where Reasons End Meeting life s deepest sorrow with originality, precision and poise, Where Reasons End is suffused with intimacy, inescapable pain, and fierce love Yiyun Li grew up in Beijing, China and moved to the United States in .
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