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Bright Air BlackY BC to give a nuanced and electric Bright Air Epub portrait of the life of one of ancient mythology’s most fascinating and notorious women Medea In brilliant poetic prose Bright Air Black brings us aboard the ship Argo for its epic return journey across the Black Sea from Persia’s Colchis—where Medea flees her home and father with Jason the Argonauts and the Golden Fleece Vann’s reimagining of this ancient tale o

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Ffers a thrilling realist alternative to the long held notions of Medea as monster or sorceress We witness with dramatic urgency Medea’s humanity her Bronze Age roots and position in Greek society her love affair with Jason and her tragic demise Atmospheric and spellbinding Bright Air Black is an indispensable fresh and provocative take on one of our earliest texts and the most intimate and corporal version of Medea’s story ever told

TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Published in languages David Vann’s internationally bestselling books have won prizes including best foreign novel in France and Spain and most recently the St Francis College Literary Prize Bright Air Epub / and appeared on Best Books of the Year lists in a dozen countries He has written for the Atlantic Monthly Esuire Outside Men’s Health Men’s Journal The Sunday Times The Obse.

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  • Elyse Walters

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air BlackBright Air Black reuires a life preserve jacket while reading A Lightweight polyethylene foam coated vest with a polyester shell will give you the protection needed to hit the waters with Medea daughter of Aeetes granddaughter of Helios and priestess of Hekate You'll take a mini hahamini my ass nature boat ride with a few other characters as well Jason and his Argonauts Argo and 'The Golden Fleece' and the Greek Gods will keep you company Do not plan on breathing there are no get out of Jail free pass cardsbut you get one pass 'go' to stand up and stretch card before beginning Book Two David Vann wrote one hell of an amazing LONG WINDED Dark violent modern


  • Bradley

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air BlackThanks to Netgalley for this ARCI knew I was going to get a retelling of Medea from her point of view during the uest of The Golden Fleece and after with Jason but I wasn't uite prepared for just how beautiful the lines of the text were I mean getting it all from the PoV of Medea was a pretty awesome treat all by itself and found myself fully in her camp despite all the awful things she does but what really caught my attention even was the proseThis is some true mythopoetical realism yoI will admit that there were some parts during the first half of the text that could have been improved at least making the text accessible those who haven't studied up on the old legends and the plays for so much of the action has already h


  • Sam

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air Black Born to destroy kings born to reshape the world born to horrify and break and remake born to endure and never to be erased Hekate Medea than god and than woman alive now in the time of origin Bright Air Black is a lyrical ode to the rage and power and will of one woman Medea Spirited from the pages of Greek mythology and Euripides' Medea David Vann's Medea is a fierce mostly fearless princess and priestess as much in love with Jason as desperately seeking her own dominion to rule her own decisions and choices to make h


  • Robin

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air BlackEarlier this year I read the hugely popular Circe named for a demi goddess who becomes a witch A witch who sometimes turns men into pigs Once in a fit of jealousy she turned a nymph into a hideous multi headed swamp beast Reading this reminded me that Greek mythology isn't prettyWell Bright Air Black makes Circe look like a child's bedtime story Medea niece of Circe priestess of Hekate is the witch to rule all witches Shakespeare's weird sisters have NOTHING on her Eye of newt Please Medea puts balls of king into her cauldron Medea stands naked in a hot steaming room tending to her gory soup thinking of the time she chopped up her brother and then lay next to his rotting parts on the ship


  • Hannah

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air BlackIf I was to rate this book purely based on its language it would be a five star book hands down David Vann really knows how to write the most amazing sentences Some paragraphs were just breathtakingly beautiful in a truly uniue way He mixes short fragmented sentences with longer elaborate ones and the result is absolute


  • Cheri

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air Black45 StarsVann’s telling of his story of Jason and Medea begins aboard the Argo with Medea’s father in pursuit She has ripped out all their hearts she knows Her father’s crew crippled to see him made smaller She will humble him until there’s nothing left until his men don’t know why they’re rowing They will collect the pieces of the son and wonder that demigods can fall so easilyVann’s Medea is fiery a uick tempered passionate feisty descendant of gods and royalty A sorceress She falls in love with Jason leaves her home to travel with him on the Argo to his home Iolcos where they will marry and then rule –


  • lark benobi

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air BlackBright Air Black reuires and rewards rapt attention Like every other Vann novel the writing is a uniue mix of poetry and viscera There is really no one else who writes like this There is no one else who could have so deeply imagined Medea murdering her brother on the deck of Jason's ship as she flees with Jason from her father's wrath The momen


  • Trish

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air BlackThis is a thing of beauty True and utter beautyDavid Vann retells the story of fabled Medea Anyone not knowing the myth should read it first or at least google it before reading this book and my review because there will be spoilersMedea is the most famous daughter of Colchis supposedly some kind of witch who killed her own brother and chopped his body to pieces to help Jason getting away with the golden fleece which he was only able to steal because she helped him Later after being betrayed by Jason she kills their sons in revengeAs with most of the ancient stories featuring women in leading roles the story was about the monstrosities Medea committed and the mal


  • Rachel

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air BlackBright Air Black is lyrical retelling of the story of Jason and Medea drawing on elements from the Argonautica and Euripides' Medea to craft a tale that's at once uniue and familiar Book I of David Vann's novel begins in medias res Medea has just killed her brother and is helping the Argonauts flee from her father Aeetes which she reflects on as they sail from her home in Colchis to Jason's home in Iolcus having obtained the Golden Fleece Book II follows Medea as she assists in Jason's as


  • Gill

    TEXT ê READER Bright Air Black ô TUSHNAHRAM Bright Air Black'Bright Air Black' by David Vann2 stars 4 out of 10Some months ago I read Christa Wolf's excellent version of 'Medea' so I was interested in reading David Vann's re working of the Medea mythIn this book Vann is retelling the story of Medea and Jason o