|Statement||edited by Charles I. Schuster, William V. Van Pelt.|
|Contributions||Schuster, Charles I., Van Pelt, William V.|
|LC Classifications||PE1127.H5 S77 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 661 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||661|
|LC Control Number||92036802|
The Book of Speculation is her debut novel. Editorial Reviews In this dazzling novel, the immensely talented Erika Swyler sweeps seamlessly through generations and centuries, moving deftly back and forth and weaving the strands into an exquisite : St. Martin''s Publishing Group. Dept. of Speculation is astute and affecting on the politics of relationships and the burdens of day-to-day living; of children, work, and the feeling that life is passing us by. Offill has created a masterpiece that is philosophical, funny, and moving/5(). Welcome to Speculation Books & Curios, located in Sioux City, Iowa. We have thousands of titles, a comfortable reading nook, and an expertly eccentric staff, including an adorable puppy. Come in, stay awhile, and enjoy yourself--we'll kick you out at closing time. The Book of Speculation Summary & Study Guide Erika Swyler This Study Guide consists of approximately 45 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of The Book of Speculation.
"The Book of Speculation is a luscious experience - dark, sweet, and wild." - Katherine Dunn - Katherine Dunn The information about The Book of Speculation shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks. The Book of Speculation: Book Review by Dinh. Synopsis: Dear Mr. Watson, I came across this book at auction as part of a larger lot I purchased on speculation. The damage renders it useless to me, but a name inside it led me to believe it might be of interest to you or your family. Dept. Of Speculation is a short novel of a marriage. It's told in 46 chapters composed of short paragraphs and almost aphoristic lines and quotes in compact pages/5. For me, this was a, I’m-not-putting-this-book-down-until-things-get-better moment, so plan on a good long afternoon of reading. Offill’s character begins a terrifying spiral downward. I’d like to say it’s like watching a cherished friend head off to rehab and wishing .
Jenny Offill's novel Dept. of Speculation, which weighs in at pages soaking wet and includes a fair amount of white space, is extremely short for a novel. It's an unusual book not only in terms of its size, but also its form. Make no mistake, this is an experimental novel. The book covers 37 issues including entrepreneurship, profit and loss, speculation, monopolies, insider trading, government regulation, the Keynesian multiplier, price controls, the gold standard, inflation, business cycles, and the Great Depression. Second edition published Foundation for Economic Education, editor. Tolkien meets AI as Bennett (City of Stairs, , etc.) returns with a busy, action-packed sequel to Foundryside (), neatly blending technology, philosophy, and e is a medieval-ish city-state made up of four “campos,” each controlled by a merchant guild. One lies in ruins, the outer wall now “little more than masonry and rubble about ten feet high.”. Speculations is an anthology of 17 short science fiction stories published by Houghton Mifflin in It was edited by Isaac Asimov and Alice Laurance. Instead of crediting the authors in the usual manner, it encouraged readers to guess who wrote which story, and provided a Author: Edited by Isaac Asimov and Alice Laurance.