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This is the book that I wish I had read when I was in grad school. Of the fictional dialogs, the Socrates-Baldwin one is the best. View all 3 comments. Nov 01, Nancy rated it it was amazing. One of the best laugh out loud books I have ever read on a plane or anywhere else. Ralph is a baby genius that epitomizes the phrase "silence is golden".
An arrogant smart-ass father and a gentle perhaps too naive mother make for a believable run away train of a story. Like Percival Everett's other novels this too is filled with action and adventure on a physical and intellectual level.
Better than the movie "Baby's Day Out", the actions of this child make you continuously roar from his creati One of the best laugh out loud books I have ever read on a plane or anywhere else. Better than the movie "Baby's Day Out", the actions of this child make you continuously roar from his creative, philosophical and humorous thoughts and actions.
Ralph's desires for basic abilities makes you know Everett must have really did his research on child development.
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I wonder how this book could fit into a graduate course on child development. It would probably really be a hit! When you decide to read a book written by Percival Everett, there are two guarantees. Everett is always surprising. Percival Everett will never insult your sensibilities or your intelligence. You can get guarantee 2 from other writers.
You won't get 1 from too many others. Everett rarely writes the same kind of book twice. Feb 17, Manny rated it liked it. This book reminded me of John Sladek's Roderick , so I wrote to the author and asked if he was familiar with Sladek's work. He's a nice guy; he immediately replied, saying he hadn't read a single thing by him, but thought he should do so. I never found out whether he did, however. Oct 14, Patty rated it it was amazing.
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This book almost made me miss my subway stop this morning. You know that Barthelme story, The first thing the baby did wrong? View 1 comment. Jul 20, Andrea rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , reviewed. The overall aroma of the novel was nice and zesty. Nov 16, Linda rated it liked it Recommends it for: People who like to re-read sentences over and over again. Recommended to Linda by: Roland Barthes--the fictional one.
Shelves: pseudo-pretentious-reading. So I bet on the monkey. The question is: would the monkey have bet on me? Or, does the meaning I give to the word monkey in the previous sentence change one's perception of the monkey? By alluding to such actions from a monkey do I impact the monkey's being? Or the reader of this review's conception of a monkey? Come to think of it: does a monkey think he's a monkey? Sure he in this book may walk around the jungle knowing what it is, but is his self-awareness predicated on his meaning of a monk So I bet on the monkey.
Sure he in this book may walk around the jungle knowing what it is, but is his self-awareness predicated on his meaning of a monkey?