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Call it the intellectual breakdown of the 21st century It seems we live in an age where serious authors are shunned and their books burned Obviously todays ignorant and stupid men and woman cant read a book that is just above their IQ level or perhaps one filled with words that they cant wont understand These people want a book to be filled with simple words for their simple minds and if one is too much for them well lets just say the words mustdestroy come to their minds Truly heart-breaking is to see modern-day novels such as Cards Enders Game and Browns The Da Vinci Code compared to great works such as Manghams Of Human Bondage and Eliots Middlemarch when in fact they arent in a manner of speaking fit to lick the bootlaces of either of the latter This same breakdown seems to hurt Renaults The Bull from the Sea as much as it hurts my love for the literary world Its writing is often too well written contains too many smart words for the moreblockheaded members of society And that saddens me for the time of true classics is dead and the age of phony ones upon us Unlike most novels nowadays Renault doesnt simple stick to one style when writing her novel No doubt the ones who do this are trying to appease the shallow masses All I can say is thank god Renault doesnt Her writing has a uniqueness of its own one that is hard to explain Short long flowing and abrupt sentences all appear throughout out the novel Descriptive at times vague too it all gathers into a well thought-out and appealing story that is pleasing to the ear and refreshing to the mind But this novel is too refreshing most would say it works their poor slow minds too much and thus they conclude not worthy to be a classic The Bull from the Sea chances of
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