The Colour of Memory (Revised)

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$16.00
Publisher
Graywolf Press
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Pages
292
Dimensions
5.52 X 0.91 X 8.38 inches | 0.86 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781555976774
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About the Author

Geoff Dyer is the author of Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi and three previous novels, as well as nine nonfiction books. He won a National Book Critics Circle Award in 2012 for Otherwise Known as the Human Condition. He lives in London.

Reviews


"Of all the hyped novels of 1980s London, it remains one of the most genuine." --Peter Jukes, "The New Statesmen"

"Of all the hyped novels of 1980s London, it remains one of the most genuine." --"New Statesman
"
"Dyer writes crisp, Martin Amis-inflected prose, full of acute perceptions and neat phrases . . . The book abounds in colourful descriptions of familiar aspects of London life." --"The""Times Literary Supplement"

Praise for Geoff Dyer

"What I find most remarkable about Dyer [is] his tone. Its simplicity, its classlessness, its accessibility and yet its erudition--the combination is a trick few British writers ever pull off . . . [Dyer's humor is] what separates him from Berger and Lawrence and Sontag." --Zadie Smith, "Harper's Magazine"
Praise for "The Colour of Memory: " "Of all the hyped novels of 1980s London, it remains one of the most genuine." --"New Statesman
"
"Dyer writes crisp, Martin Amis-inflected prose, full of acute perceptions and neat phrases . . . The book abounds in colourful descriptions of familiar aspects of London life." --"The""Times Literary Supplement" "The great thing about ["The Colour of Memory"] is its tone, which is neither snide nor wistful, but sharply contemplative, with the typical (and typically pleasing) Dyer humor underlying it all." --"The Threepenny Review
"
Praise for Geoff Dyer:

"What I find most remarkable about Dyer [is] his tone. Its simplicity, its classlessness, its accessibility and yet its erudition--the combination is a trick few British writers ever pull off . . . [Dyer's humor is] what separates him from Berger and Lawrence and Sontag." --Zadie Smith, "Harper's Magazine"
Praise for "The Colour of Memory: "

"Like its subjects, the book is sharp and witty. . . . [Dyer] fans will enjoy reading about the characters' obsessions (such as jazz, film, and photography), as well as Dyer's thoughtful and absorbing digressions." --"Publishers Weekly""Of all the hyped novels of 1980s London, it remains one of the most genuine." --"New Statesman
"
"Dyer writes crisp, Martin Amis-inflected prose, full of acute perceptions and neat phrases . . . The book abounds in colourful descriptions of familiar aspects of London life." --"The""Times Literary Supplement" "The great thing about ["The Colour of Memory"] is its tone, which is neither snide nor wistful, but sharply contemplative, with the typical (and typically pleasing) Dyer humor underlying it all." --"The Threepenny Review
"
Praise for Geoff Dyer:

"What I find most remarkable about Dyer [is] his tone. Its simplicity, its classlessness, its accessibility and yet its erudition--the combination is a trick few British writers ever pull off . . . [Dyer's humor is] what separates him from Berger and Lawrence and Sontag." --Zadie Smith, "Harper's Magazine"

"Like its subjects, the book is sharp and witty. . . . [Dyer] fans will enjoy reading about the characters' obsessions (such as jazz, film, and photography), as well as Dyer's thoughtful and absorbing digressions." --"Publishers Weekly""Of all the hyped novels of 1980s London, it remains one of the most genuine." --"New Statesman
"
"Dyer writes crisp, Martin Amis-inflected prose, full of acute perceptions and neat phrases . . . The book abounds in colourful descriptions of familiar aspects of London life." --"The""Times Literary Supplement" "The great thing about ["The Colour of Memory"] is its tone, which is neither snide nor wistful, but sharply contemplative, with the typical (and typically pleasing) Dyer humor underlying it all." --"The Threepenny Review "

Like its subjects, the book is sharp and witty. . . . [Dyer] fans will enjoy reading about the characters' obsessions (such as jazz, film, and photography), as well as Dyer's thoughtful and absorbing digressions. "Publishers Weekly"

Of all the hyped novels of 1980s London, it remains one of the most genuine. "New Statesman"

Dyer writes crisp, Martin Amis inflected prose, full of acute perceptions and neat phrases . . . The book abounds in colourful descriptions of familiar aspects of London life. "The Times Literary Supplement"

The great thing about ["The Colour of Memory"] is its tone, which is neither snide nor wistful, but sharply contemplative, with the typical (and typically pleasing) Dyer humor underlying it all. "The Threepenny Review""

"Like its subjects, the book is sharp and witty. . . . [Dyer] fans will enjoy reading about the characters' obsessions (such as jazz, film, and photography), as well as Dyer's thoughtful and absorbing digressions." --Publishers Weekly

"Of all the hyped novels of 1980s London, it remains one of the most genuine." --New Statesman

"Dyer writes crisp, Martin Amis-inflected prose, full of acute perceptions and neat phrases . . . The book abounds in colourful descriptions of familiar aspects of London life." --The Times Literary Supplement

"The great thing about [The Colour of Memory] is its tone, which is neither snide nor wistful, but sharply contemplative, with the typical (and typically pleasing) Dyer humor underlying it all." --The Threepenny Review