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Bodily Secrets (Great Loves, #19) Wealthy Widow Norah O Neill Wonders If She Will Ever Marry Again When Her Son Decides To Close The Family S Failing Toy Factory, The Manager, A Decent Man Who Dances The Quickstep Beautifully, Becomes Unemployed Suddenly, Norah Sees Her Chance For Happiness, In A New Venture Of Her OwnUnited By The Theme Of Love, The Writings In The Great Loves Series Span Over Two Thousand Years And Vastly Different Worlds Readers Will Be Introduced To Love S Endlessly Fascinating Possibilities And Extremities Romantic Love, Platonic Love, Erotic Love, Gay Love, Virginal Love, Adulterous Love, Parental Love, Filial Love, Nostalgic Love, Unrequited Love, Illicit Love, Not To Mention Lost Love, Twisted And Obsessional Love

About the Author: William Trevor

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10 thoughts on “Bodily Secrets (Great Loves, #19)

  1. says:

    A thin, little book and my first exposure to William Trevor Five stories of love set in the 40s, 50s and 60s in Ireland Regular folks of all ages in sometimes clunky relationships in dowdy, grey townscapes and rooms but sympathetically written and feeling authentic A few chuckles here and there I loved it.

  2. says:

    Bodily Secrets by William Trevor is a really really short book, with 5 stories Story 1 is about a man not wanting to fall out of love.Story 2 is about how a man finds love, but life destroys it.Story 3 is about an old woman looking to marry, but not out of love.Story 4 is about a man who wants to save the girl he loves, but can t.Story 5 is about a man waying out who won the most out of his marriag

  3. says:

    Five bittersweet love stories my favourite beingLovers of their timeset in a time when attitudes to love, romance sex were very different to those of today.but in many ways things never change A quick but nevertheless lovely read.

  4. says:

    The beauty of these stories is that they convey emotional depth without being wordy William Trevor is a master at uncovering the complexities of human relationships hidden behind the mundane activities of the characters, even though the characters themselves say very little I am not sure I always side with the narrative point of view resignation acceptance of the character s fate , but I do enjoy the way the author

  5. says:

    William Trevor is an astonishing writer These stories really are for lack of a better word sad These characters discover something about their lives and end up having to accept their fate The sense of heavy resignation the steady hopelessness of live is hard at times to read But Trevor does it so well and so honestly that he makes it hard to not go forward His stories are hard to put down And his pacing matches the gradual r

  6. says:

    William Trevor has that uncanny ability to make the ordinary and extraordinary lie side by side as if they were born as twins, separated at birth and after many years apart find each other and wonder at how much they have in common The characters he creates are living, breathing, loving beings in a world that is real, in all its anguish, disappointment, excitement and joy Bodily Secrets is a great collection of his stories to whet yo

  7. says:

    I love William Trevor s stories spare, yet with such emotion packed into a few short words I was especially drawn to the title story, in which the widow O Neill defies expectations with somewhat unexpected results There s little enough happiness or at least lasting happiness in these stories, but they linger in my mind long after I move on to the next book.

  8. says:

    A slender collection of short stories by a fine writer, the collection revolves around the theme of relationships and yes, love At once tender and taut, it is a great little book that covers the whole gamut of emotions Recommended.

  9. says:

    He writes so well Little stories well told.

  10. says:

    It s ok Not too cerebral and wordy but not too deep either I liked some aspects of the stories but not any one fully, weirdly.

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