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The Tale of Raw Head and Bloody Bones Set In The Mid 18th Century, The Tale Of Raw Head And Bloody Bones Is The Story Of A Young Man, Tristan Hunt Who, At The Age Of 20, Goes Up To London To Study Anatomy And Surgery At St Thomas S Since Childhood, Tristan Has Been Subject To Sudden, Explosive Episodes Of Extreme Violence Considered A Genius And A Physician Of Extraordinary Promise, He Is Also, Alas, Psychotic Torn Between The Body His Uncontrollable Lust For Causing Pain And The Mind His Insatiable Intellectual Curiosity Tristan S Struggle For Self Control Mirrors And Personifies The Contradictions Of The Enlightenment, And The Emergence Of Reason As The Absolute Standard.A Lost, Motherless Boy, A Sadistic Monster, A Philosopher, Fantasist, Visionary, Tristan S Story Is Funny, Moving And Frightening With Touches Of Both Patrick Suskind S Perfume And Brett Easton Ellis S American Psycho, The Tale Of Raw Head And Bloody Bones Will Never Be Forgotten By Those Who Dare To Read It.

  • Paperback
  • 560 pages
  • The Tale of Raw Head and Bloody Bones
  • Jack Wolf
  • English
  • 07 March 2019
  • 9780701186883

About the Author: Jack Wolf

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10 thoughts on “The Tale of Raw Head and Bloody Bones

  1. says:

    Do not be lured in by the Cover of The Tale of Raw Head and Bloody Bones to expecting a Novel packed with Action and Magic It is nothing of the Sort Instead, Raw Head, as I shall henceforth refer to this Book for brevity s sake, is a slow moving, pretentious Tale of Psychosis, Pedophilia, and Sado masochism While I cannot necessarily say that this is a bad Book, I can say that it is an acquired Taste, one I have no interest in ever personally acquiring.You may perhaps be wondering at my newly discovered Love of Capitalization I do this to prepare you for the Experience of perusing Wolf s Novel Every single Noun within these Pages is capitalized Wolf presumably does so to emulate the Style of classic Works, which would capitalize particular Nouns, or perhaps to hint at foreign Origins, as I know German does this However, I found this Style entirely off putting In English, capitalizing Nouns in the middle of Sentences is not the done Thing, so my Brain kept trying to place additional Emphasis on those Words, resulting in a stilted Reading The Capit...

  2. says:

    Growing up in Berkshire now Oxfordshire in the eighteenth century, close by the white chalk horse, Tristan Hart spent much of his childhood with his best friend, Nathaniel Ravenscroft, the beautiful son of the village rector Nathaniel has two characteristics that only Tristan seems to be aware of one, he always, always, escapes trouble, seeming to disappear into thin air and letting Tristan take the blame for all their mischief and two, he has a habit of suddenly snatching terns a kind of bird out of hedgerows and eating them raw But he is Tristan s best friend in fact, his only friend, as Tristan, unfortunately for the times, takes after his Jewish mother, Eugenia, with his dark colouring, while his older sister Jane looks like their father, the Squire.As Tristan grows into an intelligent, ambitious young man, he finally gets his wish and leaves home for London to study anatomy and medicine with Dr William Hunter at the hospital of St Thomas He stays with an old friend of his father s, the novelist turned magistrate Henry Fielding he who penned Tom Jones The History of a Foundling But Tristan is than a surgeon in training he is psychotic Since he was a boy he has suffered from the occasional hallucinating fit, a period of madness that qu...

  3. says:

    The Tale of Raw Head and Bloody Bones is definitely something different It s a dark and twisted tale that leaves the reader both uncomfortable and fascinated Wolf makes some interesting stylistic choices that might be hard for people to overlook, as they can be quite alienating if one isn t prepared for them However, I hope that people do look past these challenges, because beyond the presentation there is a tale worth reading and some interesting questions to ponder.What are the stylistic choices that might flummox people First and most obviously, there s the grammar, spelling, and capitalization Wolf uses a form of these elements that imitates the mode of 18th century novels, harkening back to Fielding, Sterne, Smollett to name but a few It could almost be a pastiche of the early English novel, but for the fact that it handles subject matter and contains language that the previously named authors wouldn t have dreamt of using in a novel For a modern reader the excessive use of capital letters which is actually similar to the use of capitals in modern German and the use of declined pronouns such as mine own and the strange, rather random spellings of words might be somewhat off putting The imitation of the classic 18th century English novel also causes the book to have somewhat of a meandering feel, which is due to the narrative no clearly deli...

  4. says:

    I was eager to read THE TALE OF RAW HEAD AND BLOODY BONES If there s one thing I love, it s a fairy story And the bogeyman Raw Head may not be well known on this side of the pond, but I have heard of him because I am just that much of a geek Okay, so he was in the latest Dresden Files novel Throw in a genius young man who might be mad and I m there.Then I started the book and worried about what I d gotten into by signing up for the TLC book tour There was the capitalization of every noun, the archaic spellings I despaired I get going for atmosphere, honestly, but it s pretentious and unauthentic After all, the words are misspelled the same way every time in a modern text And it doesn t start with Tristan Hart going off to be a physician and studying pain Oh no, it starts when he s a little kid with a best friend, Nathaniel Ravenscroft, who is a little jerk obviously going to grow into a bigger jerk.Then when Tristan gets older and finally goes off to London, he stays with Henry Fielding The Henry Fielding It was an odd intrusion of reality that I wasn t into And well, I was struggling with Tristan s fantasies The guy has some mental health issues, although those around him are aware of it than he is Animal lovers beware But I d p...

  5. says:

    A hard book to summarise.Jack Wolf explores the mid eighteenth century, a time balanced between the scientific future and the superstitious past, a time when talented and intelligent Tristan Hart grows up on his father s country estate west of Oxford Tristan s mother is dead, his father remote and lost in grief, and his only companion is Nathaniel Ravenscroft, tearaway son of the local Vicar Tristan is attracted both by the sensual life that Nathaniel pursues and by the urge to study science, specifically anatomy Eventually, he persuades his father to allow him to study medicine in London, under the care of novelist and magistrate Henry Fielding.Tristan s life is pulled three ways He has an ambition to become a surgeon and investigate the world especially, the causes and cures of pain using rational investigation He is obsessed with the woman Vivianne who he believes is a fairy queen and terrified of her dark world of gnomes and goblins and of the dark stories of Raw Head and Bloody Bones Finally, there is the dark pleasure he takes from others pain Tis a species of love which he is able to indulge in the pleasure houses of Covent Garden These forces shape Tristan s life and as they twist and turn they are reflected in a narrative also taking place on three levels the rational everyday, episodes of madness or delusion which he suffers, and the world of dreams which he and those around him take very seriously It is hard to separate these themes and to know whether something re...

  6. says:

    The Tale of Raw Head Bloody Bones by Jack Wolf was a surprise find and a real treat for me I saw it advertised by my favourite bookstore in Bath and decided to try this local author The book is an incredibly well written account of the life of Tristan Hart, a physician in England s 1750s, who battles with genius and insanity and a sexual fascination with pain The books is told from the mentally ill protagonist and therefore leaves the reader at times unsure as to what is real and what is product of his vivid imagination He struggles to find his way in life as he encounters cursing Gypsies, family and class issues, love and his professional ambitions.The most impressive aspect of the book is of course the language which sounds so authentic and perfect that it puts the likes of C.J Sansom into shade there is just such a natural feel to it and it reads so easily and comfortably, it is a hard to believe that this should be a first...

  7. says:

    There is a lot to say about this book but the number one thing I would ask myself before deciding how to rate it would be, Would I read this book again The answer is no, I don t think I would The premise and plot were interesting enough but I never felt connected to any of the characters The language and spelling was distracting although I appreciate that it was written thus to reflect the time period of the setting The internal musings of the main character about the meaning of life and all its forms and whether or not there is a God was interesting in its way but not engaging I think these ideas would h...

  8. says:

    This was a weird one The main character Tristan is studying to be a doctor and exploring the link between the body and brain when it comes to pain He has some very questionable methods and strange ideas That in itself doesn t sound very thrilling to read but there is a whole host of fairy type characters and Tristan s mental state ...

  9. says:

    This book is twisted and fast paced The end was not at all what I expected, and I m okay with that The writing style is that of the late 18th century, when the book takes place that s my favorite part of the book It deals with the topic of madness in a respectable way, taking t...

  10. says:

    Quise tomar un respiro del libro fantasmas de Chuck Palahniuk que por qu estaba muy fuerte y comenc este, jajaja, peor no est pero tampoco mejor Son sumamente bizarros los dos.Es una combinaci n entre sadomasoquismo y medicina con un toque de magia, e...

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