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Free download J R By William Gaddis ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É ➽ [Download] ✤ J R By William Gaddis ➲ – J R is the long awaited novel from William Gaddis author of The Recognitions that tremendous book which in the twenty years since its publication has come to be acWhere the business of America is business where the stock market exists as a convenience and the tax laws make some people eual than others the world that makes the rules because it plays to win and plays for keepsAbsurdly logical mercilessly real gathering its own tumultuous momentum for the ultimate brush with commodity trading when the drop in pork belly futures masks the crumbling of our own J R captures the reader in the cacophony of voices that revolves around this young captive of his own myths voices that dominate the book talking to each other at each other into phones on intercoms from TV screens and radios a vast mosaic of sound that sweeps the reader into the relentless real time of spoken words in a way unprecedented in modern fiction The disturbing clarity with which this finished writer captures the ways in which we deal dissemble stumble through our words through our lives while the real plans are being made elsewhere makes J R the extraordinary novel that it is From the first edition dustjack. ”I'd suggest that what J R documents is the way that America is hollowing out the foundation necessary to even read a book like it an America that teaches its children via closed circuit television an America that thinks democracy means owning a share of profit maximizing publicly traded corporations This is what it means to say that J R is about the conditions underlying the impossibility of its own reception If there were a welcoming mass public for books like this a public able to appreciate its beautiful difficulty and astonishing imagination we wouldn't live in the sort of world so in need of savage satirical critiue in the first place” Lee KonstantinouThat uote is probably the best summa I’ve come across concerning J R it’s from this LARB review that is most certainly worth your time and attention even if you are unfamiliar with this book or Gaddis what do I think I believe J R to be a better novel than The Recognitions though I’m not trying to diminish that book which I consider a great novel But where The Recognitions strived toward greatness strived toward profundity of image and symbolism and meaning in an astonishing Joycean effort which it most certainly often than not attained J R achieves this almost without seams without showing its hand so to speak It is from the outset already at those heights and just rockets comets burns away from page one to the crashing end like some kind of apocalypse meteor across the night It is noisier chaotic uglier than its predecessor but it is mature unified of itself by itself within itself a novel created by its own form and subject almost than by an author It is a truly uniue work of art so than Gaddis’s first novel in this reader’s opinionIt was so strange to read the majority of this novel in cafes and coffee shops in downtown Washington DC mostly within sight of the Capitol Building as I did The tables would ebb and flow fill and empty in tides of suits and clean haircuts perfect smiles and arms adorned with things signifying wealth and the noise of these places resembled the noise in J R broken fragments of conversations reaching my ears talk talk talk business business business because that is the air in this town DC is money and business and ladder climbing and institutionalized classism careerism DC is built on this swamp see and the swamp never went away it just got like reverse reified into this mire of business talk policy talk displays of money subtle bragging power plays this is just how it is it’s as J R Vansant would say it’s just like what you do Entire conversations I overheard while reading J R could have been lifted directly from its pages without any alteration Truly Gaddis has written in this book what it is like to listen to America talk The thing of wonder is that it was published forty years ago and written in the twenty years preceding that Gaddis as Cassandra indeedAs you probably know J R is a novel comprised for the most part of unattributed dialogue Contrasting this there are transitional interludes parts that bridge the dialogue and act as a kind of omniscient voice out of time or a bodiless narrator beyond the voices clamoring around basically serving to note shifts of action and time elapsing to specify place where it needs specifying and herein lies some of Gaddis’s most musical purely beautiful prose The flow from enjambed chaotic manic dialogue constantly being interrupted full of holes and dropped clauses often jarring and disorienting into these passages of pure lyrical beauty is a brilliant form for the novel and it became Gaddis’s mode of choice for the rest of his career To me it rang utterly true it created the effect that often happens in life as it is lived where one moves from the multiphonic cacophony of being in the world living out there moving through the world and that retreat into the moment when you seek refuge inside within your own thoughts the thoughts you’ve tended cared for watered with literature and poems and songs and memories and dreams and gentle desires Of course you cannot stay there one must again emerge into the whirlwind the cacophony because it is out there in the mess the shit the storm where ‘making our living’ resides So it is a shattered kind of existence we live out and is drawn here The physical world of J R is also shattered broken monuments cracked heaving pavement ruined buildings wastelands moors emerging cluttered with garbage debris graffiti ads traffic etc etcBut this is a book mostly about Work in all the senses of that word Work what we do why we do what we do what motivates us makes necessary our ventures our attempts to build ourselves out in society what motivates our attempts to be recognized make ourselves valued and valuable what does ‘value’ mean and what is worth doing I think this is the main concern of J R what is worth doing and why the majority of humanity spend their potential their wealth of energy and talent and time doing things that are for the most part not worth doing Wasted energy Inertia Entropy Clutter Clatter Signifying a surplus of activity a surplus of speech that all seem to come to nothing but are so overflowing with content that their non content comes to seem like everything within its own hectic manic emptiness and high stakes game of oblivion logicThis is a novel about the alienation that Marx analyzed and assessed and made predictions about so long ago that has come to pass and subsume almost all activities interactions and relationships in our world This is a novel about language and interpersonal relationships as commodities It’s about speech language the only medium us poor humans have for understanding ourselves and the world the only way we can come to any sort of knowledge about being perception belief about speech and language infected by and determined by the drive for money and what Money values It’s about what Money values and what values there might be left in people weighted with the pursuit of the life and death need of money It is a novel about Real LifeSo it is a sad novel utterly bleak Whether it was hyperbolic satire when it was written I can’t know for sure but these days it is hardly an exaggeration So many things in J R that are written to be outrageous are ubiuitous in my world But still it is perfect blazing excoriating satire Utterly hilarious With few exceptions you will laugh on every pageThere’s an apartment that becomes a kind of surrogate headuarters for the J R Family of Companies a place of ”infinite riches in a little room” the irony on the second word is dripping embodying entropy where taps are constantly running hot water spewing energy uselessly and papers and mail and boxes and junk trinkets pile up like all the debris of modern society amassing there an impossible amassing of debris overflowing to the point of absurdity and uselessness another kind of mass collection of particular units that becomes an emptiness a clutter a cosmos of Nothing like the speech in this book there’s an apartment that is a shipwreck in a storm an infinitely sinking room filling being sunk by the accumulating debris of the modern worldAnd J R is also a novel about Gaddis’s own frustrations as an artist his frustration with the reception of The Recognitions see Fire The Bastards by Jack Green his frustrations with attempting to live and work a creative life within the very world described in J R We should all be thankful he had the perseverance to see it through the ears to hear what he heard the courage to write it out in the face of all the world’s demands on our freedom and all its curious animosities so that he might accomplish Hamlet’s centuries old demand “ the purpose of playing whose end both at the first and now was and is to hold as ’twere the mirror up to nature to show virtue her own feature scorn her own image and the very age and body of the time his form and pressure” With J R he has done this very thing”The sincere endeavour to accomplish that creative task to go as far on that road as his strength will carry him to go undeterred by faltering weariness or reproach is the only valid justification for the worker in prose And if his conscience is clear his answer to those who in the fulness of a wisdom which looks for immediate profit demand specifically to be edified consoled amused; who demand to be promptly improved or encouraged or frightened or shocked or charmed must run thus My task which I am trying to achieve is by the power of the written word to make you hear to make you feel it is before all to make you see That and no and it is everything If I succeed you shall find there according to your deserts encouragement consolation fear charm all you demand; and perhaps also that glimpse of truth for which you have forgotten to ask” Joseph ConradAs a tribute to Gaddis below I’ve taken a one star review of J R from this site and tried to improve it by running it through a series of iterations in an online translation program This is a kind of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction or maybe a new internet age type of player piano Either way enjoySorry guys Probably Factory enemy or two here but I'm not HEY Me This book stinks Monco Oh Yeah sure you will find NIIT who say this I do not have one of the best novels of the 20th century a work of genius They dispersion of the literature which is stylings of modernism Paint wise witty satirization I mboliza yadda yadda yadda drive Benefits Some went so far as to say that the book SI Gaddis I am positive results Really Coming soon Really Left pure ingenuity Gaddis Niidar money to get this brick printed published SI hyped up enough to win the National Book bed He used 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J R is the long awaited novel from William Gaddis author of The Recognitions that tremendous book which in the twenty years since its publication has come to be acknowledged as an American masterpiece And J R is a book of comparable magnitude substance and humor a rushing raucous look at money and its influence at love and its absence at success and its failures in the magnificently orchestrated circus of all its larger and smaller than life characters a frantic forlorn comedy about who uses and misuses whomAt the center J R ambitious sixth grader in torn sneakers bred on the challenge of free enterprise and fired by heady mail order promises of success His teachers would rather be elsewhere his principal doubles as a bank president his Long Island classroom mirrors the world he sees around him a world of public relations and private betrayals where everything and everyone wears a price tag a world of deals where honesty is no substitute for experience and the letter of the law flouts its spirit at every turn. This 700 page novel by William Gaddis 1922 1998 is a splendid work of literature And in case you’re wondering about the title JR is the name of one of the main characters a grungy 12 year old boy who happens to be a financial genius working his money magic from a public telephone booth in a hallway at his school An alternate meaning of the two huge letters on the book’s cover could be ‘Jabbering Ruck’ since the novel is mostly dialogue and make no mistake every single person – down on their luck men flower loving women corporate business types school administrators ticket takers school kids old ladies – do not possess the patience or capacity to hear one another out Nearly every sentence in the entire novel is cut off before the sentence is completed And eually telling about American culture everybody stops talking mid sentence to answer the phone Interruption as a mode of communicationThere is a uote cited in the middle of the novel ‘That a work of art has a beginning middle and end life is all middle’ Curiously from the very first page to the last page I had the distinct feeling I was in the middle of Gaddis’s novel and for good reason there are no chapter breaks nor scene demarcations the dialogue has no character attributions that is there are no he said she said Tom said Amy said Dialogue and descriptions action and interruptions connections and misconnection intimacies and alienation are part of one unending literary gush – novel reading as three weeks of ultimate extreme rafting down white water rapids Do they pass out awards for finishing JR They shouldAnd man o’ man what a novel grand in scope sweeping social commentary satire dark humor yes be prepared to laugh out loud a few times on every page as Gaddis writes about multiple aspects of the American dream and American nightmare and everything in between – business commerce education government sex love marriage divorce vision literature art music to name just a dozen – and with some of the most memorable characters you will ever encounter However I can see where Jonathan Franzen and other literary types judge JR a difficult book But from my own experience once you follow Gaddis’s pace and rhythm the language is uite engaging and not at all overwhelming Here is a snatch of dialogue where an old aunt explains some family history to a visiting lawyer“Well Father was just sixteen years old As I say Ira Cobb owned him some money It was for work that Father had done probably repairing some farm machinery Father was always good with his hands And then this problem came up over money instead of paying Father Ira gave him an old violin and he took it down to the barn to try to learn to play it Well his father heard it and went right down and broke the violin over Father’s head We were a uaker family after all where you just didn’t do things that didn’t pay”How about that for insight into the culture A young boy wants to play violin instead of fixing farm machinery or dealing in money Well whack take that kid Get back to work so you can hand me some money Bulls eye Mr Gaddis And heaven help those adults who don't grow out of wanting to play music or paint pictures or write books Darn why don't they really grow up and get a real job and do something useful so they can make some serious moneyOne of my favorite characters is Whiteback the school principal who speaks pure Buffoon ese My guess is Gaddiss had great fun including Whiteback I love the fact Whiteback displays his Horatio Alger award and 56 honorary degrees on his wall 56 Here is Whiteback meeting with Dan one of the school testers and a Major Hyde a corporate military type pushing his company’s agenda on the school At one point in the conversation Whiteback pontificates on the justification of monies being given his school for standardized testing“Right Dan the norm in each case supporting or we might say being supported substantiated that is to say by an overall norm so that in other words in terms of the testing the norm comes out as the norm or we have no norm to test against right So that presented in these terms the euipment can be shown to justify itself in budgetary terms that is to say would you agree Major I’ll say one thing Dan if you can present it at the budget meeting the way Whiteback’s just presented it here no one will dare to argue with you “What a scream No joke no one will argue How do you argue with blustering sophistic double speak Language as an administrate cover up Ironically JR was published during the Watergate eraIn one scene we have Jack Gibbs making his entrance into a ramshackle crumbling apartment bottle in hand to join his buddy Through Gibbs's rant Gaddis gives us the myth of the American writerartist – the surly gruff liuor fueled poetic perceptive outsider shooting holes through all the hypocrisy shallowness stupidity self righteousness and insensitivity of modern American life It is as if the spirits of Henry Miller Jackson Pollock Charles Bukowski and other American tough guy writers and artists loom over Gibb’s shoulder; matter of fact one could take the words of Gibb’s rant and easily transpose them into a number of Bukowski style poems My sense is Gaddis also sees these looming spirits and knows the downside of the myth What real freedom is there when one is tied to the scotch bottle and crusty hard boiled cynicism But then again perhaps Gaddis detects some keen wisdom in a crusty cynicism after all his novel depicts how modern American cultural fuels one dimensionality and a constriction of choice where people are forced to live in a world constantly bombarded by noise tawdriness commercialism land destruction cesspools and intrusive gadgetsJR is a challenging book but a book well worth the effort And even if they don’t give you an award for finishing at least you can tell your friends you made it to the end

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J R By William GaddOperating from the remote anonymity of phone booths and the local post office with beachheads in a seedy New York cafeteria and a catastrophic carton crammed tenement on East th Street J R parlays a deal for thousands of surplus Navy picnic forks through penny stock flyers and a distant textile mill bankruptcy into a nationwide hydra headed family of companiesThe J R Corp and its Boss engulf brokers lawyers Congressmen disaffected school teachers and disenfranchised Indians drunks divorcées second hand generals and a fledgling composer hopelessly entangled in a nightmare marriage of business and the arts Their bullish ventures shaky mineral claims and gas leases cost plus defense contracts a string of nursing homes cum funeral parlors a formula for frozen music burgeon into a paper empire ranging from timber to textiles from matchbooks to legalized marijuana from prostheses to publishing inadvertently crushing hopes careers an entire town on a collision course with the bigger world the pragmatic Real World. STARTERSHey You Listening It's like a darned big brick isn't it Um Monolithic N Intimidating Listen will you goddammit Impenetrable Not at all NoIt's just like anything else that's marvellous and new Whaddya mean It's like me trying to write music Until a performer hears what I hear and can make other people hear what I hear what the audience hears it's just trashit's just trash like everything else in this world full of shopping malls Trash Yeahmost everything you see around here it's just trash Who do they think will buy it It's worthless This book thoughit's like a symphonyyou just have to work out how to hear it Wait a minute buddy I can't take all this in myyou've finished reading the whole book Right Well why don't you be the performer I um OK Just tell me what you heard I mean like remember this here book he started it that time where they wanted him to write about success and like free enterprise and entering public life and all hey Um did it reallythis had better not be boring So I mean listen he had this neat idea hey you listening Hey You listeningBURGER MEALDialogical MasueradeYes this novel consists mainly of dialogue apart from the occasional and usually beautiful interstitial bits some of which I've extracted and tried to poeticise belowBut then if you were masked or closed your eyes the whole time while you experienced a play or a film or a TV show you might say the sameThe challenge is not to be deterred by the apparent novelty of this narrative device You have to find your own way into the text even if it still reuires exertionIf you can do that it will make sense for you You won't be distracted by its failure or refusal to comply with literary conventionsWings of DesireMy initial interpretive device was what I'll call a Wings of Desire strategy Imagine that Marx and Engels die and go to Heaven God keeps them I suppose Engels was descended from a family of angels anyway because they're good company even if they might be anti corporate until one day in the 70's Marx and Engels ask God if they can listen in on what's happening in capitalist America Marx and Engels can only hear the conversation Occasionally God supplies some interstitial description EavesdroppingAnother interpretive device is the Eavesdropping strategyYou have to imagine that the characters are our neighbours although we never actually get to see them We can only eavesdrop on their conversations behind the wallGaddis himself has described the novel as a chaos of disconnections a blizzard of noise almost as if it was a blizzard of white noise a la Don De LilloHowever it's not really a blizzard Nothing is incomprehensible It's seuential and systematic like a relay race with the baton being passed on from one speaker to the next The audiencereader just has to keep their eyes on the batonThis novel isn't chaotic It's extremely highly and tightly structured I saw connections in the shape of the strands of a rope Every strand of the rope strengthens every other strand thus giving the whole its integrity Feeling the Elephant in the Next RoomA variation of the Eavesdropping strategy is to imagine sticking your hands through a hole in the wall in the dark and trying to define what it is you can feel on the other side We have to use our imagination It might be hard to work out what it is if it's an elephant and we've never seen an elephant beforeBut here we have the privilege of knowing that the subject is people living under the conditions of capitalism albeit in the early 70's although you'll be surprised how little they have changedInfinite Riches in a Little RoomBy these strategies our imaginations can euip us to believe that there are infinite riches in the little room of this novelGaddis' novel helps us to learn about the condition of the middle class in America or the soul of man under capitalismHowever in order to do so it doesn't so much focus on what people own materialism or do activism pragmatism or think idealism It focusses on what they say dialogism It assumes that we can learn about people well enough by listening to them talk with each other The stock exchange and money as a means of exchange are vital to the content of the novel However what's most important to the form of the novel is the exchange of conversationA Glimmer of the RecognitionsPart of the subject matter concerns the attempts of business to get artists to create objects that glorify or aggrandise capitalism or capitalistsTo this extent the novel continues Gaddis' themes from The RecognitionsThe focus on conversation also reminded me of that novel's party scenes where you could imagine the narrative being a camera rolling through the room recording the goings on but most importantly the dialogueThe Soft White UnderbellyAt a macro level then the novel concerns business money art women and menAt a micro level it deals with the human aspects of production management administration decision making finance budgeting pricing marketing publicity advertising lobbying trade exchange take overs insider trading fraud success failure insolvency and liuidationGaddis rolls the beast of American capitalism onto its back and observes its soft white underbellyOnly this isn't dry academic stuff It's as insightful and humorous as the Marx Brothers take in A Day at the RacesWe casual browsers and armchair travellers get a pretty good tour through something akin to Walt Disney's BusinessworldInherent Vice and Limited ReliabilityUltimately there is little grandeur on displayWe see plenty of beefy faces and grubby hands Nothing is what it seems Limited liability companies become masters of limited reliability How can we assess the veracity of their promises until we can see the fine print of their promissory notes For all the claims of business its disclaimers are what count and discount We see less merit and skill than opportunism The big decision is whether to hedge your risk or hedge your bets Paradoxically JR an 11 year old student who hasn't reached the age of majority is able to command a majority on the board Where there is success in one generation we witness problems of succession to the next generation If wealth is lucky enough to transition from Senior to Junior vice is both inherent and inherited Conversely when it comes to debt funding collateral securities result in collateral damage and insecurityVox Populi or PatricianIn the long run Gaddis asks why government invention art industry and religion can't serve all of the people instead of just the patrician classesOver the course of the novel readers should find that the slow dazzle of conversation is never boring but instead has accrued interest On the other hand unlike Marx and Engels Gaddis never stoops to a crude manifesto nor does he make any predictions So at the end it's unclear whether capitalism will survive intact or eventually be brought down and if the latter whether by revolution or class actionsInsider Trading PlacesIt would be enough that the novel is freuently hilarious if only it wasn't also so true Gaddis took 20 years to write this novel during which time he worked at the highest levels of business and saw what was really going on He writes with the insight of an insider who has traded places He also writes like someone who listens and hears This is what people talk about This is how people speak This is what they say He's entitled to ask hey are we listening This isn't just trash talk This is a symphony We just have to work out how to hear itUltimately what Gaddis achieves is a magnificent encyclopaedic and panoramic vision of the human aspects of living under the capitalist elephantHis perspective is authoritative because it's informed by living inside the whale If that's not too much of a mixed metaphorSOME FRIES WITH THATInterstitial AssemblagesThese assemblages are almost 100% the words of William Gaddis via which I hope to demonstrate the poetry of his proseHowl 1975 20In the Words of William GaddisStressing the vital necessityOf expanded capital formationUnimpeded by government restraintsSenator Broos made An impassioned pleaFor a restoration of faithOn the part of the common manIn the free enterprise systemAs the cornerstoneOf those son of a bitchesWho still thinkWinning's what it's all aboutGive them a string of high p e ratiosAnd a rising marketIt's all free enterpriseAll they howl about's Government restraintsInterferenceDouble taxationAll free enterpriseTill they wreck the whole thingThey're the first ones up thereWith a tin cupWhining for the governmentTo bail them outWith a loan guaranteeSo they can do itAll over againFlowers in the MudIn the Words of William GaddisIf there was one flowerOut here in this mudAnd weeds and broken toilet seatsYou'd find it and step on itThe minute you getYour hands on somethingThe power to keep somethingLike that goingYou couldn't do itYou couldn't even leave it aloneFor a few people still lookingFor something beautifulPeople who'd rather Hear a symphonyThan eatWho can still hearA magnificentSoprano voice singingAch nein When you hear this here Lady singing upYou can't get Up to their levelSo you drag them Down to yoursIf there's any way To ruin somethingTo degrade itTo cheapen itThat's what you'll doI Think It's My PulseIn the Words of William GaddisAnd the glow at the wall socketTook up the loss of dayEyed the slow accumulationOf the nightThe spot of light leapedDropped shrunk closeSearching white from whitesDarted pausedCame up blinding and was goneLeaving the dark confirmedBy the wall socket's glowUntil it fadedWith the rise of dayMister DuncanAre you awakeSun caught on water somewhereTrembled on the ceilingThat reflection up thereCan you see it throbbingI think it's my pulseJust Like Heaven Between the CoversIn the Words of William GaddisFrom his her own hand camemeasuring down firmness of bonebrushed past its preyto stroke at distancesto climb back still slowlyfingertips gone in hollows fingers paused weighing shapes that slipped from their enuiry before they rose confirming where already they could not envelop but simply cling there fleshing end to end until their reach was gonehands running to the spill of hairover her face in the pillowand down to declivities and downcleaving where his breathcame suddenly close enoughto find its warmth reflectedtongue to pierce puckered heatlingering on to depthscoming wide to its promiserising wide to the streak of its touchgorging its stabs of entranceaswim to its passagerising still furtherto threats of its losssuddenly realleft high agapeto the mere onslaughtof his gazeknees locked to kneesthrust deepin that full symmetrysurged back against himsurges his handson either side bit deepas though in their possessionall her elouent bloodspoke in her cheeksuntil a slow turn to her sideshe gave him upand ran raised lipson the wet surface of his mouththe weight of her leg warm over his gone rigid for his twist away leaving only his back to her where she kissed his shoulder in the 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