If you are looking for reviews that confirm what you are already certain of that JKR can do no wrong here are some examples of positive reviews for you - 123. It seemed funny at the time.
Many publishers confirm the importance of this novel.
For example, in the book back-cover a review by Publishers Weekly states, "Dazzling The story divides in four main parts. The first part is when Jerry is at an Oklahoma Bus Station, there he meets a very unusual and outgoing girl, her name, Pookie; he at the beginning as being a shy person feels somewhat intimidated by her, they take the same bus and sit together.
On the road, they were talking for a long time and he becomes more comfortable with her.
At one point of the A book report on the cuckoos, they have to take separate ways so she asks him for his address and then he takes again the bus and continues his way thinking about these crazy little girl he have just known.
The second part is when he is at college, his life at the fraternity house; but the most important of that part is when he finds her photo in a magazine, and decides to go with his friends to visit her.
They arrive at her college making a noisy entrance, and after a little conflict and a breakfast, Jerry, his friends, Pookie and two friends of hers, go to a little road near a river, where Jerry and Pookie separate a while from the others. While they were alone, they talk about how have been their lives, at some moment, she asked him to kiss her, but he was a little hesitant and after a moment, they kissed.
Then was when their relationship began, and suddenly, he was visiting her all the weekends, spending a lot of time together. After some months being like that, their relationship become more intimate, but he was not prepared for the next step; until a day in winter, they went to a cheap hotel in the road where they had sex for the first time, in a cold and tiny hotel room.
The third part is in spring vacation; Jerry had to stay at the college because he had almost abandoned his studies, and had to deliver some papers. Pookie decided to go with him; as anyone would be there, then it would not be problems because it is forbidden to be women living at the Fraternity house.
They had an amazing week, in which the most important was that they were together; Jerry worked in his papers, and then they did several other things. A funny fact of that part is that once, they were making-out outside in the grass and were interrupted by some crows, so she decided to shot the crows.
She one night finally hit one of them; she went after it but something happened and she hurt her foot and it was bleeding and they had to call a doctor.
The last part is when they go to New York City for the weekend; the things were going well but they had a little discussion when they were talking about having kids. They visited the city and they got drunk, at the other day she was upset with him, she was very upset to what had happened to their relationship, so they decided a pact; they would kill themselves.
They would do it with pills, as they were about to take the pills, they began to fight again. Pookie accused Jerry of not caring about her, their situation or nothing, and she threw the pills through the window and shred the pact, they fought for a while and then they went to sleep.
He never knew anything else from her until a year later when he received a letter from her telling him that she would kill herself, he searched in the newspapers but found nothing and kept wondering what had happened to her. What does one expect to happen to the protagonist as the story develops?
For example, he tells her he had been working at a scientific laboratory with an entomologist Nichols The ending is surprising indeed, because as a love story one would expect they would have a happy-ending, but it is not.
This story, as a good love story as it is, does not contains suspense scenes; what is does contains, are scenes charged with emotions, one of the most emotional scenes is when they are at the river, when they see each other again. Does the protagonist, through his or her moral decisions in the story, primarily control his or her fate?
Pookie in some way does, she is an active person, and most of the things that happened to her came from her decisions, while Jerry is a more passive person, the people that surround Jerry influences him a lot, and many of the things happened because of them. For example, Nichols tells us in the story, how the Fraternity accepted Jerry by the help of Roe and Schoons Nichols Another example is when the author mentions that Jerry began to disregard his studies, because he went to see Pookie, and she never really did nothing about it nor ever tried to tell him it was not right Nichols What do we principally desire and really want for the protagonist of the story?
For them as couple, I think it was the correct ending, as an Amazon Customer says, "The true tragedy, if anything, would have been Pookie and JerryBook Summary A patient named Chief Bromden handles the narration of the novel.
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