The Grammar Architect book. Like its musical counterpart, Eaton begins with Hardy's basics and transforms it into something entirely his own.
The Grammar Architect book. But in Eaton's version, the man begins to believe he can erect a new tower made entirely of words. And the woman's father - a personified version of the tragedy that hangs over all Hardy novels - develops a taste for destruction and decides to stick it to everyone.
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Enter the literary cover! Like its musical counterpart, Eaton begins with Hardy's basics and transforms it into something entirely his own. In Eaton's version, the man begins to believe he can erect a new tower made entirely of words.
Like its musical counterpart, Eaton begins with Hardy's basics and transforms it into something entirely his own. But in Eaton's magical realist version, like a pop culture Gabriel Garcia Marquez's work, it is the poet Burke who must try to make sense of it all, in hopes of somehow.
The Grammar Architect. With Chris Eaton's latest work, the cover version is no longer the exclusive property of the music world In A Pair of Blue Eyes (1873), one of Thomas Hardy's earliest works (and the first to be published under his own name), a man is hired to restore an old church tower and falls in love with a. woman whose father will not allow it. She then becomes involved in a love triangle with the man's friend that eventually results in her death.
Chris Eaton (Canadian musician). In 2013 Eaton published his third novel called Chris Eaton, a Biography with BookThug Press. 1971 (age 47–48) Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Eaton is also a published author. His first novel The Inactivist (2003), has been required reading on two university courses at McGill University in Montreal, as well as a graduate English course at the University of South Alabama.
Novelist and sometimes musician. Author of The Inactivist (2003), The Grammar Architect (2005), and Letters to Thomas Pynchon (2010), and 4 CDs as Rock Plaza Central.
Mount Allison University. Novelist and sometimes musician. No favourite quotes to show.
Chris Eaton is the founder and lead vocalist of Toronto-based indie rock band Rock Plaza Central, as well as a novelist. His second novel, The Grammar Architect (2006), is a "cover" of a Thomas Hardy book, A Pair of Blue Eyes, using some of the plot, imagery, themes and even some passages of the original and creating something new and personal out of that. Letters To Thomas Pynchon is a short fiction collection published as an eBook with Joyland: A hub for short fiction in 2010.
CHRIS EATON, A BIOGRAPHY is a novel that arises from the idea that we have all been driven, at some point
CHRIS EATON, A BIOGRAPHY is a novel that arises from the idea that we have all been driven, at some point. Jonathan Lethem, author of Fortress of Solitude and Motherless Brooklyn, on The Grammar Architect"Ask ten different people to prepare their own New Canadian Canon and you'll get ten very different lists. My own list would want to find a place for lively, inventive novels like Chris Eaton's The Grammar Architect. - Toronto Star, June 19, 2010"The Grammar Architect is a book you could easily read twenty times and still find new things to love about it.
Author: Chris Eaton
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: World Literature
Publisher: Insomniac Pr; 1st Edition edition (December 30, 2005)
Pages: 287 pages
ePUB size: 1840 kb
FB2 size: 1853 kb
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