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FREE PDF ↠ BOOK The Danish Girl ò EYLTRANSFERSERVICES Ô ❰Ebook❯ ➩ The Danish Girl Author David Ebershoff – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Now a major motion picture starring Eddie Redmayne and directed by Tom Hooper THE DANISH GIRL is a shockingly original novel about one of the most unusual anAt defines every marriage and the remarkable story of Lili Elbe a pioneer in transgender history and the woman torn between loyalty to her marriage and her own ambitions and desiresThe Danish Girl is an evocative and deeply moving novel about one of the most passionate and unusual love stories of the th centu uite a lot of things bothered me about this book 1 The multiculturalism the author tries to get across by wildly throwing around names of places in Danish French German and then having the audio book narrated by a person who cannot pronounce a single word correctly in any of those languages It's particularly annoying when the names of people are ever so Scandinavian Like Einar That doesn't work when pronounced in English it just sounds like Eeyore It is so not supposed to sound like Eeyore2 EinarLily's personalities I'm confused Was this a book about a person with dual personalities whose personalities also happened to be of different genders Because why else would Lily be so confused all the time about things that hat happened to Einar3 Greta's lack of personality She's basically just the supportive one And to what extremes at that This really goes for all side characters too 4 Lily's meekness and the audio book narrator's way of enforcing this annoying meekness with the meekest of voices5 The tragic potential that never unfolded This could have been SUCH a sad and beautiful story If told right But there's no feeling no emotion no nothing6 The initial attraction between Greta and Einar It wasn't very plausible and it felt like the author himself didn't really believe in it so he just threw in comments about how they used to be in love here and there What kind of a marriage was this really7 The symbolic crap at the end I think I just stopped listening for the last 30 minutesI still have to watch the movie because this is one of those cases where the movie may actually be better than the book

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He person you love has to changeIt starts with a uestion a simple favour asked by a wife of her husband while both are painting in their studio setting off a transformation neither can anticipate Uniting fact and fiction into an original romantic vision The Danish Girl elouently portrays the uniue intimacy th This book takes us on an interesting journey of Einer Wegener turns into Lili Elbe I was intrigued interested and completely drawn into the time period Set in the late 1920's 1930's against Danish Europe we meet Greta I've never met a character move forgiving and understanding than this one She falls in love with Einer and returns back to Denmark to follow her heart One day during their marriage she asks Einer to put on a pair of stockings and women's shoes to get the rest of her portrait of a famous Opera singer finished From that moment one Lili emerges onto the story I was wrapped up in this whole story including the medical procedures Lili endures until the very end The ending left me still in need of an explanation that I never got I can appreciate endings where you use your imagination but with so much time and pages spent setting up all the different pieces I needed something concrete

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The Danish GirlNow a major motion picture starring Eddie Redmayne and directed by The Danish PDF or Tom Hooper THE DANISH GIRL is a shockingly original novel about one of the most unusual and passionate love stories of the th centuryLoosely inspired by a true story this tender portrait of marriage asks What do you do when t The Danish Girl is a delicate elegant novel about the search for one’s true self when one’s body as an external encasement doesn’t mirror what is on the inside; in short when a man is born a man in body but not in spirit It is also about what makes a marriage and how far a woman will go to let her husband find his true self knowing that she will likely lose him in the process The novel is based on real characters who lived in Copenhagen in the 1920s The story was groundbreaking at the time in the attitudes that needed to be turned around and in medical history The novel caught my eye because I’d seen a trailer for the movie which is hitting cinemas these days at least in Denmark starring Eddie Redmayne as Einar WegenerLily Elbe The cinematography from the trailer alone tells me that the elegance has translated well to the big screenHowever though the author mentions in the afterword that it’s a work of fiction I find it slightly problematic that only some of the names and the overall story about EinarLily are kept while his wife Gerda has been turned into an American from Pasadena in the novel called Greta but not in the movie She was as Danish as Einar but David Ebershoff himself is from Pasadena While this choice seems odd to me it didn’t prevent me from enjoying the novel It was uietly paced beautifully wrought and somehow otherworldly This brings me to the proseThe story is painted in empathetic hues – and it really is painted both Greta and Einar are artists and it is a painting which first triggers Einar’s gravitational pull towards the feminine Greta is finishing a painting of an opera singer and asks Einar to stand in for the sitter Einar puts on the dress and stockings and shoes for this and Greta unwittingly unleashes Einar’s transformation Einar could concentrate only on the silk dressing his skin as if it were a bandage Yes that was how it felt the first time the silk was so fine and airy that it felt like a gauze a balm soaked gauze lying delicately on healing skin Even the embarrassment of standing before his wife began to no longer matter for she was busy painting with a foreign intensity in her face Einar was beginning to enter a shadowy world of dreams where Anna's dress could belong to anyone even to himNobody ever touches a paintbrush or looks at a piece of furniture without our knowing what colour it is and what it’s made of It is a sensual world which perfectly conjures up Einar and Greta’s apartment in Copenhagen their brief sojourn to Paris Einar’s hospital visit in Dresden and Greta’s Pasadena In other books it would have been too much of what James Wood calls ‘thisness’ and to be honest I didn’t need to be constantly reminded that the wardrobe was made of ash wood for instance; or to know what everyone’s face looked like no matter how irrelevant they were to the novel I would have enjoyed many of the beautiful similes if they had not been so abundant here and there drawing too much attention to themselves rather than serving the story Still this is a story filled with tenderness love and sacrifice What I mostly take away from this novel is a wife’s undying and unconditional love for her husband the many different tones and shades that paint a life and what we will do to try to find happiness