Cormac Mccarthy Blog Posts

[Review Buku] No Country For Old Men

Brutal.Karena Llewelyn Moss melarikan uang dari truk yang membawa heroin bubuk cokelat Meksiko, dengan orang-orang yang telah tertembak mati, ia menjadi target pengejaran seorang Anton Chigurh, orang yang disewa untuk mendapat dan membawa kembali uan...
by Kliping Ulasan Karya on Dec 2, 2014

No Country for Old Men (2007): Joel and Ethan Coen's genre-transcending psychological labyrinth with existential overtones

A masterful adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's grand literary visionA Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza AliFeatured in IMDb Critic Reviews No Country for Old Men (2007) - By Joel and Ethan CoenOur Rating: 9.0IMDb...
by A Potpourri of Vestiges on Nov 25, 2014

What I’m Reading

I had a conversation recently where someone asked me why I read when I am sad? They said they can never read when they are in a melancholy mood because the act of reading words on a page fails to turn their brain off and is more like a chore. I can s...
by Story Arch on Jul 22, 2014

The Counselor (2013): Ridley Scott's riveting crime thriller based on a screenplay by Cormac McCarthy

A modern-day Shakespearean tale of self-destructionA Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza AliFeatured in IMDb Critic ReviewsThe Counselor (2013) - By Ridley ScottOur Rating: 9.0IMDb Ratings: 5.7Genre: Crime | Dram...
by A Potpourri of Vestiges on Feb 3, 2014

literature flowchart

  (source)   ******* Filed under: english literature Tagged: Albert Camus, Benjamin Chew, Benjamin Chew blog, Chart, Cormac McCarthy, DF Wallace, Dostoyevsky, English Language Blog by Benjamin Chew, English literature, Flaubert, Franzen, Ge...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Apr 4, 2012

No Country For Old Men - Cormac McCarthy

After being completely blown away by The Road, I decided that I should add another Cormac McCarthy title to my reading list. So several weeks ago, while perusing row upon row of books at Borders, I picked out a copy of No Country For Old Men. This sh...
by Into the Book on Mar 31, 2012

All the Pretty Horses - Cormac McCarthy

All the Pretty Horses recounts the story of young John Grady Cole, the last in a long line of Texas ranchers. Dispossessed and in search of work, he crosses the Rio Grande into Mexico in 1949, accompanied by his pal Lacey Rawlins. The two wanderers p...
by Into the Book on Oct 23, 2011

The Road - Cormac McCarthy

Reading The Road was one of the most disturbing, haunting, and profoundly moving experiences I have ever had. It was like taking a literary punch to the gut; a punch so hard it was nauseating. As another reviewer aptly said, “There is an urgency to...
by Into the Book on Sep 8, 2011

The Road by Cormac McCarthy [review time]

"He thought perhaps they'd come to warn him. Of what? That he could not enkindle in the heart of the child what was ashes in his own. Even now some part of him wished they'd never found this refuge. Some part of him always wished it to be over." An i...
by Musings by Starlight on Aug 9, 2011

Not sure what to make of this: The Road by Cormac McCarthy [musing time]

There's just one passage of McCarthy's The Road in the first person and I'm really not sure what to make of it! Really neat but it seems very out of place and also contains some breaks in continuity. I have an exam tomorrow in which I wan...
by Musings by Starlight on Aug 8, 2011
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