Love and Summer by William TrevorWhat seems at first like a perfunctory tale of young love thwarted soon becomes something else in William Trevor's expert hands, yet the small twists that take place are never less than psychologically true. Ellie is married to Dillahan, a farmer with a sad past: because of him, his first wife and baby died in an accident. Ellie, an orphan brought up by nuns, has no way of reaching into Dillahan's past to help him, and their marriage grows stale. That's when she notices Florian Kilderry, when he ventures into the village of Rathmoye to take photographs and asks her for directions. She catches sight of him again, another day, and begins to look out for him.
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Love and Summer by William Trevor
Another reviewer I read said, "William Trevor's languidly paced novel is like summer itself: brief but charged with the beauty and passion of that longed for season. View all 17 comments. Hamish McRae. Love and Summer is a gentle, almost fragile novel.
Lib Dems. As the narrative progresses one has a sense of a gathering storm as a few characters are brought into focus. Reuse this content. This is a quiet book, filled with characters who have had their individual heartaches and frustrations but in general expect little and are not disappointed.
Connulty, a stranger appears, surreptitiously taking photographs of the burial and the bereaved. Afterward, Florian Kilderry, who has come to town to take pictures of the burned down movie house, quietly slips away—unnoticed by all but Ellie Dillahan. That moment is the beginning of a relationship whose effects will ripple outward from the two young lovers into the lives of other citizens of Rathmoye.
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T here is a touch of JD Salinger about William Trevor - except, of course, that Trevor publishes faithfully every few years: novels and collections of stories. He is 81 years old. His last short-story collection, Cheating at Canasta, began, as Roy Foster pointed out, with a masterpiece. How does he do it? This vexed, misused and secret word also applies to his new novel, Love and Summer a title that sings back to an earlier book, Death in Summer. His new work is all about life, and if there are dampers and de-accelerants on that life, it is nevertheless a fabulously benign book - almost, I might say, a work of sympathetic magic, as if to describe a troubled utopia might be to instate it.
The potential for trouble is like a startlingly coloured thread running through a huge bolt of dun-coloured cloth, meanwhile, and by the people of a small Irish town during one long summer, lettuce dried in tea-towels and the makings for beef stew, and this for whatever reason dissuaded her from accepting the book. Her h. When suggesting this book to a friend I described the plot as not about very much at all. In a characteristically masterly way Trevor evokes the passions and frustrations felt by Ellie and Florian.
Find your bookmarks by selecting your profile name. Cancel Flag comment. Orpen Wren is sure that heir of the estate is back in the town, Ellie falls in love with young Florian while the latter is in fact one leg outside not only the town but Ireland actually. Tech news.