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The Crossing Volume Two Of The Border Trilogy Set On The South Western Ranches In The Years Before The Second World War, The Crossing Follows The Fortunes Of Sixteen Year Old Billy And His Younger Brother Boyd Fascinated By An Elusive Wolf That Has Been Marauding His Family S Property, Billy Captures The Animal But Rather Than Kill It, Sets Out Impulsively For The Mountains Of Mexico To Return It To Where It Came From.When Billy Comes Back To His Own Home He Finds Himself And His World Irrevocably Changed His Loss Of Innocence Has Come At A Price, And Once Again The Border Beckons With Its Desolate Beauty And Cruel Promise.


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10 thoughts on “The Crossing

  1. says:

    Enormously affecting A boy and his father set out to trap a wolf that is preying on their cattle The man who had trapped them in the past, who opened the plains for countless thousands of cattle to graze is now dead, and the wolves have begun to return to their old hunting grounds from their retreat in Mexico The father and son try to take up the trapping in the manner of the past master The Crossing is about many things the three journeys over four years into Mexico taken by the young Bill Enormously affecting A boy and his father set out to trap a wolf that is preying on their cattle The man who had trapped them in the past, who opened the plains for countless thousands of cattle to graze is now dead, and the wolves have begun to return to their old hunting grounds from their retreat in Mexico The father and son try to take up the trapping in the manner of the past master The Crossing is about many things the three journeys over four years into Mexico taken by the young Billy Parham his own crossing into manhood the c...


  2. says:

    Farmelancholy than its predecessor All the Pretty Horses, The Crossing is a beautiful if bleak western full of poetry and philosophical musings The Billy character is wonderfully drawn amd in particular the first part of the book with the wolf was outstanding McCarthy s sparse Hemmingway esque style lends an austere and yet often humorous tone to the dialogs particularly those both spoken and unspoken between Billy and Boyd I appreciate the...


  3. says:

    One decision, as innocent as it may be, can fuck up your life forever Now, you can live in fear and hide yourself away, or you can keep making those decisions and hope for the best, and if and when the shit hits the fan, you can stand strong and push on.That s life That s The Crossing.Cormac McCarthy s The Border trilogy is where you ll find dusty plains, hard living, and a recent past populated by a people still living in an evendistant past His characters are full of character, thei One decision, as innocent as it may be, can fuck up your life forever Now, you can live in fear and hide yourself away, or you can keep making those decisions and hope for the best, and if and when the shit hits the fan, you can stand strong and push on.That s life That s The Crossing.Cormac McCarthy s The ...


  4. says:

    Yesterday morning Billy Parham and I were hunting a she wolf Billy was following her tracks in the snow across the pages of the book I was following with my eyes and my mind Oh, that wolf, that smart she wolf nearly broke my heart.There is so muchto this novel than meets the e...


  5. says:

    Beautiful, beautiful book I am such a fan of Cormac McCarthy Poetic realism, I would describe his style.


  6. says:

    The Crossing is an astonishing book,downbeat than All the Pretty Horses, yet not as bleak as the likes of Blood Meridian, it is a sprawling coming of age tale filled with moments of beauty and sorrow The descriptions are as beautiful as anything Cormac McCarthy writes, the action is sparse but nailbiting when it comes and the characters are brilliantly realised There are moments when the book lags but whenever this happens you can be assured that within a couple of pages McCarthy will co The Crossing is an astonishing book,downbeat than All the Pretty Horses, yet not as bleak as the likes of Blood Meridian, it is a sprawling coming of age tale filled with moments of beauty and sorrow The descriptions are as beautiful as anything Cormac McCarthy writes, the action is sparse but nailbiting when it comes and the characters are brilliantly realised There are moments when the book lags but whenever this happens you can be assured that within a couple of pages McCarthy will come out with a line or paragraph that is so amazing you ll have to reread sev...


  7. says:

    il dolore ad addolcire ogni dono.Grazie, Cormac McCarthy Grazie all infinito Hai scritto il libro della mia vita E ti chiedo scusa se lo chiamo libro Ti chiedo scusa per quelli che lo hanno disprezzato e lo disprezzeranno Perdonali, perch non sanno quello che fanno Io non posso fare altro che inchinarmi davanti a tanta ca...


  8. says:

    This was very depressing, and that s just how life goes which is the point I think McCarthy was trying to make.


  9. says:

    Alice Munro said in an interview that our lives begin as straightforward stories with the typical arc of fiction, but that as we go on living they become strange, experimental narratives, convoluted and difficult to interpret It seems to me that s what s happening in this second volume of the Border Trilogy Volume One was pretty straightforward, taut and clear in its construction It told a story of a young man s searing introduction to the adult world Volume Two does the same with a differe Alice Munro said in an interview that our lives begin as straightforward stories with the typical arc of fiction, but that as we go on...


  10. says:

    Magn fica Travessia Tem umas passagens rduas, tem Umas em que se fala de Deus e de F , e que facilmente impacientam uma mpia infiel como eu Mas o resto deixou me extasiada Cormac consegue expor o Homem no seu estado mais Puro um Ser absolutamente livre e corajoso e determinado, que se entrega e sacrifica aos outros n o por Dever mas por Querer N o ser por acaso, talvez, que a personagem principal tem apenas 16 anos j fisicamente um homem mas a alma ainda de menino Estou viciada em Magn fica Travessia Tem umas passagens rduas, tem Umas em que se fala de Deus e de F , e que facilmente impacientam uma mpia infiel como eu Mas o resto deixou me extasiada Cormac consegue expor o Homem no seu estado mais Puro um Ser absolutamente liv...


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