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I Am Mary Dunne A beautitul woman in her early thirties, Mary Lavery, nee Dunne lives in New York and is happily married to a much feted British playing playwright But before this there have been other lives, two previous husbands, and a Catholic girlhood filled with suppressed passion A brief encounter with an old friend brings back a sudden flood of memories from the past memories which confuse and disturb Female desire and sexuality, and the elusive nature of identity are brilliantly explored in this novel which glimmers with insight and truth. Free Read I Am Mary Dunne [ By ] Brian Moore [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – wholesalesweetshop.co.uk

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  1. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here view spoiler Bettie s BooksThe rating, any status updates, and those bookshelves, indicate my feelings for this book hide spoiler

  2. I read this book when I was very young, either teen or early twenties I found Mary s identity problems because of the different last names she had had infantile and her PMS problems contrived Clearly the author was a male It s impressive that I remember being annoyed after almost 20 years This book portrayed a woman that was everything I did not want to be And after several husbands I can with...

  3. I thought this novel my first by Moore was excellent, with one exception as the novel progressed, Moore increasingly turned Mary s internal monologue into a frame for flashbacks, losing the monologue s power tha...

  4. I absolutely loved this book I read both negative and lukewarm reviews which almost convinced me to skip it I decided to give it 10 pages if I lost interest before then I d shelve it, but I was hooked after 5 Please, NYRB , republish this with a beautiful cover like you did The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne which I Am Mary Dunne surpasses, IMO I can safely say I found the writing and characterization spot on, and though Mary s mad twin was mentioned a bitthan I would h I ...

  5. Probablyof a 3.5 star than 3 star for me This is the fifth or sixth novel of Moore s that I ve read, but the first that isn t set in N Ireland Published in 1968, the book is a first person narrative told by Mary Lavery, a 32 year old Canadian living in New York with her third husband Terence, a successful British playwright While the present consist...

  6. A difficult read that has an almost claustrophobic aspect It s difficult to understand if the principle character is on the edge of some kind of major breakdown or it is in fact just PMT as she thinks It was difficult to warm to Mary because of the way she had treated others in the past but I really felt the confusion and anxiety she experienced as the story unfolds Not sure what I expected from th...

  7. I am Mary Dunne covers a single day in the life of Mary Lavery, n e Dunne, ex Mary Bell, ex Mary Phelan She s currently married to her third husband but can t help remembering events from the past even though she has trouble with her memory Brian Moore is a new favourite author of mine but I was a little wary of this one at the beginning as he adopts a first person narrative where we are dropped straight in to the confusion that is Mary s life but Moore handles it really well and although it I am Mary Dunne covers a single day in the life of Mary Lavery, n e Dunne, ex Mary Bell, ex Mary Phelan She s currently married to her third husband but can t help remembering events from the past even though she has trouble with her memory Brian Moore is a new favourite author of mine but I was a little wary of this one at the beginning as he adopts a first person narrative where we are dropped straight in to the confusion that is Mary s life but Moore handles it really well and although it takes a little while to work out which husband is which and who all the other people are in Mary s life Moore slowly reveals the details so that we can begin to make sense of her life Within the first few pages of the book Mary recounts her morning visit to a beauty salon where the receptioni...

  8. The main character hasthan PMS I beleive it crossed the line into premenstural phycosis I felt almost as strung out as she when I finished the book The central theme appeared to be identity crises, but mental illness was always lurking about waiting ...

  9. I really couldn t get into this book Mary Dunne seems to be floundering in New York, working on her third marriage and can t get a grip on her life She seems to have three personalities inhabiting her body who are at war with each other It got tedious after a while trying to keep track of them

  10. Beautifully depressing What a gifted writer, Mr Moore was.