The Guilty River by Wilkie Collins, Fiction, Classics

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  • Hardcover
  • 180 pages
  • The Guilty River by Wilkie Collins, Fiction, Classics
  • Wilkie Collins
  • English
  • 06 January 2017
  • 0809599201

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The Guilty River by Wilkie Collins, Fiction, Classics I acknowledge, at the outset, that misfortune has had an effect on me which frail humanity is for the most part anxious to conceal Under the influence of suffering, I have become of enormous importance to myself In this frame of mind, I naturally enjoy painting my own portrait in words Let me add that they must be written words because it is a painful effort to me since I lost my hearing to speak to anyone continuously, for any length of time I have also to confess that my brains are not so completely under my own command as I could wish For instance, I possess considerable skill for an amateur as a painter in watercolors But I can only produce a work of art, when irresistible impulse urges me to express my thoughts in form and color The same obstacle to regular exertion stands in my way, if I am using my pen I can only write when the fit takes me sometimes at night when I ought to be asleep sometimes at meals when I ought to be handling my knife and fork sometimes out of doors when I meet with inquisitive strangers who stare at me As for paper, the first stray morsel of anything that I can write upon will do, provided I snatch it up in time to catch my ideas as they fly New Download Books The Guilty River by Wilkie Collins, Fiction, Classics by Wilkie Collins –

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10 thoughts on “The Guilty River by Wilkie Collins, Fiction, Classics

  1. Marts (Thinker) says:

    Enter Gerard Roylake, returning from Germany after his father dies, for his inheritance at Trimley Deen awaits Whilst on an evening stroll he meets a childhood friend, Cristel Toller, and then their strang...

  2. Suzanne says:

    My copy of this book was actually printed in the early 1900 s by my best guess The publisher was Harpers It was a good, quick read and I enjoyed it A bit of a mystery and some romance, but no blood or sex That s one reason I like to read the older books much less graphic than most of today s writing...

  3. Julia says:

    Really a letdown in the last quarter of the story It didn t seem to go anywhere after the first part of the book being very intriguing It s like he just decided to quit writing, without furnishing his readers with any closure I have loved all of the other Wilkie Collins books I have read ...

  4. Ffiamma says:

    opera indubbiamente minore per numero di pagine, complessit della trama, numero dei personaggi in cui si narra una storia torbida come le acque del fiume ma senza grandi colpi di scena c da dire che un grande maestro come collins sa intrattenere e trascinare il lettore anche quando non al mas...

  5. Dziewanna says:

    I m pretty sure I ve now read all the great Wilkie Collins books, cause all that seem to left are formulaic crappy stories like this one Read Moonstone or Armadale and don t bother with this one, Haunted Hotel or Miss Mrs All in one collection in this copy.

  6. Simon newson says:

    trademark coincidences and the novel is to brief to develop characters in any believable way plot is dependent on believing a man is so tormented by going deaf that he is prepared to consider murdering two innocent people, one the girl he loves and the other a complete stranger.

  7. Asyoulikeit says:

    ruined by the second half

  8. Nagisa says:

    I felt the truth of the case as shallow and the ending as premature, but I enjoyed Collins sarcastic wit as always.

  9. globulon says:

    The Cur was a decent villain.