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Old 09-01-2019, 04:47 PM   #1
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Stranded • September 2019

Help select what we'll read and discuss next!

By the way, this will be the lit club's 100th selection!


The topic is Stranded.

Stranded in some life activity or relationship, on an island, someplace, some job, transported, etc.


Detailed nominating and voting guidelines can be found here. Basically, nominations are open for about four days and each person may nominate up to three literary selections which will go automatically to the vote. Voting by post then opens for four days, and a voter may give each nomination either one or two votes but only has a limited number of votes to use which is equal to the number of nominations minus one. Any questions, feel free to ask.

We hope that you will read the selection with us and join in the discussion.

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Nominations are complete. Voting is complete. Final results-
  • Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
    Post . Goodreads . 288 Pages . Votes 0 . 1719 . England

  • For the Term of His Natural Life by Marcus Clarke
    Post . Goodreads . 534 Pages . Votes 3 . 1874 . England & Australia

  • Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner
    Post . Goodreads . 592 Pages . Votes 7 . 1971 . U.S.

  • The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion
    Post . Goodreads . 232 Pages . Votes 8 . 2005 . U.S.

  • The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet by David Mitchell
    Post . Goodreads . 480 Pages . Votes 4 . 2010 . England

  • Two Old Women by Velma Wallis
    Post . Goodreads . 148 Pages . Votes 4 . 1993 . U.S.

  • Silas Marner by George Eliot
    Post . Goodreads . 236 Pages . Votes 6 . 1861 . England

  • Concrete Island by J.G. Ballard
    Post . Goodreads . 178 Pages . Votes 0 . 1974 . England

  • Drums of Mer by Ion L. Idriess
    Post . Goodreads . 222 Pages . Votes 1 . 1933 . Australia

  • An Island to Oneself by Tom Neale
    Post . Goodreads . 255 Pages . Votes 0 . 1966 . New Zealand

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Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe (*)
The Stranded on an Island classic novel. Too obvious a choice? but have read this several times and due for another go for me.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robinson_Crusoe

For the Term of His Natural Life - Marcus Clarke (*)
Stranded in Australia through transportation, an (the?) Australian classic novel. Available in the Patricia Clark Memorial Library. Have read this several times and due for another go for me
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/For_th...s_Natural_Life

Angle of Repose - Wallace Stegner
A loose take on Stranded, narrator is stranded, isolated in a wheelchair and has lost wife and all contact with his family, escape is through writing. An American (and world literary) classic and Pulitzer Prize winner. Has been on my list to read for a while.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angle_of_Repose

(*) these two I felt sure I had seen used in the groups here before but I could not find them in the check list. Maybe my memory is playing tricks
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Old 09-02-2019, 08:07 PM   #3
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I think this is a great theme! I haven't decided what to nominate yet. All 3 are great selections, AnotherCat.

Robinson Crusoe is on my TBR. I can't believe I've never read this book. I am not familiar with Clarke. Stegner recently was recommended to me and is an author on my TBR List.
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Old 09-04-2019, 08:36 AM   #4
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The following is not a nomination (I don't expect to be able to participate at the moment), just some thoughts I had when I saw the topic:

I had recently noticed some books by Australian author Ion L. Idriess had been appearing as ebooks. At least three of his works would fit this topic quite well, but only one has made it into ebook so far. I mention all three books because they are based on true incidents that (I think) are interesting in their own right.

* Isles Of Despair is about Barbara Thompson being shipwrecked in the Torres Strait in 1844.

* Drums of Mer is about two young boys that survived the wreck of the Charles Eaton off the coast of Northern Queensland in 1834.

* Head-Hunters of the Coral Sea is the same story as Drums of Mer but retold in a manner suitable for younger readers (by 1940 standards, anyway).

Drums of Mer is the only one that has made it into ebook on Kobo that I have seen so far. It's also the only one I haven't actually read. Idriess's comments, noted on Wikipedia, about the book are amusing.
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Old 09-04-2019, 10:49 AM   #5
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Based on the prior nominations, I am going to take the opportunity to nominate a tome of emotional stranding:

The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion - This powerful book is Didion's attempt to make sense of the "weeks and then months that cut loose any fixed idea I ever had about death, about illness . . . about marriage and children and memory . . . about the shallowness of sanity, about life itself."

It won the 2005 National Book Award for Nonfiction and was a finalist for both the National Book Critics Circle Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Biography/Autobiography.
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My first nomination is The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet by David Mitchell. A young clerk is stranded on the island of Dejima when war breaks out between the Dutch and English.

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But Jacob’s original intentions are eclipsed after a chance encounter with Orito Aibagawa, the disfigured daughter of a samurai doctor and midwife to the city’s powerful magistrate. The borders between propriety, profit, and pleasure blur until Jacob finds his vision clouded, one rash promise made and then fatefully broken. The consequences will extend beyond Jacob’s worst imaginings. As one cynical colleague asks, “Who ain’t a gambler in the glorious Orient, with his very life?”
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My second nomination is Two Old Women by Velma Wallis.

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Though these women have been known to complain more than contribute, they now must either survive on their own or die trying. In simple but vivid detail, Velma Wallis depicts a landscape and way of life that are at once merciless and starkly beautiful. In her old women, she has created two heroines of steely determination whose story of betrayal, friendship, community and forgiveness "speaks straight to the heart with clarity, sweetness and wisdom" (Ursula K. Le Guin).
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My third nomination is Silas Marner by George Eliot. A twist on the concept of stranded about how an exile and an orphan help each other.

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Some great book options put forth so far. There's a few hours left for nominations. As usual I'm having trouble narrowing mine down, though it's especially hard this time because I especially love this topic. Bookworm_Girl, you helped me out though, as I also had The Thousand Autumns on my shortlist.
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First I'll nominate Concrete Island by J.G. Ballard. It's the first thing that popped into my mind when I heard about this topic. It's sort of a modern-day psychological take on Robinson Crusoe. Goodreads 178 pages, 1974, England

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Next I will nominate the ebook that gmw mentioned- Drums of Mer by Ion L. Idriess. I love a good shipwreck/stranding story and this is right on my lane. Goodreads 222 pages, 1933, Australia

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To one who for a good many years has lived among the tropic isles of Torres Strait, and whose constant regret has been that their romantic attractiveness is so little known even to Australians, the Drums of Mer comes with very strong appeal. There are some who may think that Mr Idriess is giving us simply an imaginative picture, but the author has travelled the Strait with the discerning eye and contemplative soul of the artist who is satisfied only with first-hand colour, and who, while blending history and romance with subtle skill, at the same time keeps within the region of fact. The records and documents placed at his disposal by those who have patiently collected them in the interests of history, of ethnological and scientific research, and (if one may be allowed to say so) even of missionary theological science also, provide the rich store upon which he has drawn for the thrilling story he has woven round the people of Mer and the other islands of Torres Strait. We have been waiting for someone to catch the charm and appealing mysteriousness of these islands, and to visualize the days, not so very long past, when the great outrigger canoes, with their companies of feather-bedecked headhunters, traversed the opalescent waters a couple of hundred miles down the Barrier, to return perhaps with cowering white captives or grim human trophies for the ceremonies of the 'Au-gud-Au-Ai,' the 'Feast of the Great God.' And if it seems that the starkness of tragedy throws a cloud here and there over the dramatic episodes which the author has so well narrated, possibly it is a good thing for present-day tourist-travellers (and others too!), to realize that a trip along the Barrier and through the Strait on the way to China was not always so free from danger.
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Finally, I'll throw in another non-fiction title in addition to the one astrangerhere nominated. This book is An Island to Oneself: The Story of Six Year on a Desert Island by Tom Neale. This stranding is of a self-selected sort. Goodreads 255 pages, 1966, New Zealand

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My other finalist was The Island of the Day Before by Umberto Eco. I love the outline of it- In the 17th century, an Italian/Roman shipwrecks in the South Pacific... onto another older shipwreck, in the bay of a beautiful tropical island. This shipwreck is fully provisioned and liveable but mysteriously empty of any other people. As the man begins to explore the ship, he thinks back on scenes from his life and ponders its meaning and his purpose.

I almost nominated it, but the only other Eco I've read, Foucault's Pendulum, was not to my taste despite its outline sounding very interesting to me too. So I was worried about liking this one and at over 500 pages I just thought it was too hefty a risk, although I would've nominated it if I didn't have too many I wanted to nominate, heh.
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Nominations are complete and voting is now open!

Voting will close exactly four days from this post.

Each person has NINE votes to use.


And there we have it. We will now choose 1 book from 10 nominees for our 100th selection.
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Great list! Good variety of published dates across 4 centuries.
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