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FREE DOWNLOAD Other Men's Daughters Richard Stern å 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY Ä Other Men's Daughters Harvard physiologist Robert Merriwether has four whip smart children an attractive and intelligent wife and a successful stimulating career True he and Sarah have not slept together in years and when he decides to stay behind in Cambridge for the summer while the rest of the family vacations in Maine his newfound freedom is deeply unsettling But that does not mean that Merriwether wants to change his life or feels unloved To a man of science desire is nothing than a. Will you let me say something though About young girls A warning In a way I know the danger of classifying human beings but I ve known a lot of these girls The last few years I ve felt a terrific drive in them They want they want and it s a we not uite greybeards who give them the most the uickest We teach them we spend on them we show them off we tell then what everything means We re their Graduate School Which means they re closer to graduation through us And that means there can be lots of tears when Graduation Day rolls around I ve been in many discussions about the attractions that some young women have for older men and the desires that older men have for younger women Most people seem to feel that the man based on the fact that he is older and should know better should be the one to resist the temptation Like many men caught up in a lustful affair Dr Robert Merriwether has a wife and family People might think that if he loved his children he should have been able to keep from falling under the spell of the beautiful Cynthia Ryder Do you like that CynSin The thought has never really crossed Merriwether to have an affair When Cynthia comes to him as a patient reuesting The Pill he still doesn t see her as anything other than a speculative figure relating to her reuest You will see that she is the one to make sure that she puts herself continually in his path like a lovely flower So should we see Merriwether as an awful lecherous man taking advantage of the naive young girl It is hard to see him that way I tend to see these situations as of a mutually beneficial arrangement where she gets the benefits of his wisdom enhanced economic situation and a attentive male than men her own age He benefits from hopefully feeling younger though sometimes the man starts to feel old when she has never heard of The X Files or The Beatles feeling relevant with a pretty young woman on his arm and having as much sex as he can handle Merriwether is further hamstrung by the fact that his wife Sarah has not had sex with him in years Sarah was the sahara As the reader I am somewhat mystified by her hostility towards him He tries to explain She had a nose for tyranny She detested authority She d never been able to work under anyone This rings true for me because I ve known someone who reacts the same way to any situation where she would have to defer to someone else but we don t really learn Sarah s views until later in the novel until after the marriage is lost She does admit at one point in a note that maybe she should have better articulated her dissatisfaction In many ways it seems to me as I pull together the pieces regarding the shambles of this marriage from what Robert and Sarah would let known that she certainly feels trapped and blames everything wrong with her life on her husband Never a good position to be in for the wife and certainly an untenable situation for the husband The book was published in 1973 but is set in the late 1960s Women are just beginning to feel empowered to escape their claustrophobia lives Sarah may not have known what to do but she knows she needs something or maybe something less in the form of a husband in her life My fear of course because I had become fond of Merriwether is that this is a passing phase for him That his attraction to Cynthia is only skin deep and that he is blowing up his though terrible marriage for a lustful folly but then he says this to a friend I feel about her the way Galileo did about the telescope My feelings for her enlarge my feelings for other things Not that the whole affair couldn t collapse in a moment if Cynthia decides that the pressure of the situation is too much or finds herself fancying someone else All the push and pull and paranoia and uncertainty is also part of the invigorating elements of launching a new relationship Merriwether feels guilt regarding his kids and even some guilt regarding Sarah The night noise of the house was precious now the stirrings below the children s breath which collected in the halls and made the atmosphere of his home He was there if something happened fire burglary sickness he was there to help His own breath met his children s For the first time in their lives he is not going to be there They will not be under his protective wing The worst thing any father or husband can contemplate is that his family is in peril and he is not there Merriwether will not be there but in the bed of his Lolita This is without a doubt the most honest book I ve read about divorce I think that Richard Stern manages to tell everyone s side of the story as clearly as possible Our tendency is to want to salvage marriages but really a Merriwether divorce even before Robert met Cynthia is probably inevitable The Merriwether s have gone too long without talking The kids have come along and whatever issues they might have are tucked beneath the rug for the sake of the children By the time we meet them that rug has become lumpy and frankly has become a hazard to traverse We are reassured when we understand why marriages collapse When finances or the loss of child or infidelity are the main culprit we breathe a sigh of relief Those reasons we can understand Infidelity may have ended Robert and Sarah s marriage but it was dead long before that happened I think that we sometimes uit really seeing one another and forget what we liked about each other Children or work or just the crippling burden of life can sometimes distort us into people we don t even recognize We forget that our wife is still a hot tamale or that our husband is still a handsome devil Or maybe the witty wife becomes cynical and snide or the charming husband becomes imperial and grumpy Sex becomes perfunctory and only a shadow of the sultry sweaty encounters of the past It is really amazing how much can be worked out over a bottle of wine just talking just really seeing each other just giving yourself a chance to reconnect with the person you want to be and hopefully finding your way to that person with the help of your spouse Sometimes we have to work together to find the people we fell in love with I could see that Sarah and Robert are both having dawning realizations about their marriage but the barrelling train of our legal system was already disappearing around the bend Not enough talking not enough explaining not enough listening not enough empathy not enough remembering If you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at How Money Became Dangerous just beginning to feel empowered to escape their claustrophobia lives Sarah may not have known what to do but she knows she needs something or maybe something less in the form of a husband in her life My fear of course because I had become fond of Merriwether is that this is a passing phase for him That his attraction to Cynthia is only skin deep and that he is blowing up his though terrible marriage for a lustful folly but then he says this to a friend I feel about her the way Galileo did about the telescope My feelings for her enlarge my feelings for other things Not that the whole affair couldn t collapse in a moment if Cynthia decides that the pressure of the situation is too much or finds herself fancying someone else All the push and pull and paranoia and uncertainty is also part of the invigorating elements of launching a new relationship Merriwether feels guilt regarding his kids and even some guilt regarding Sarah The night noise of the house was precious now the stirrings below the children s breath which collected in the halls and made the atmosphere of his home He was there if something happened fire burglary sickness he was there to help His own breath met his children s For the first time in their lives he is not going to be there They will not be under his protective wing The worst thing any father or husband can contemplate is that his family is in peril and he is not there Merriwether will not be there but in the bed of his Lolita This is without a doubt the most honest book I ve read about divorce I think that Richard Stern manages to tell everyone s side of the story as clearly as possible Our tendency is to want to salvage marriages but really a Merriwether divorce even before Robert met Cynthia is probably inevitable The Merriwether s have gone too long without talking The kids have come along and whatever issues they might have are tucked beneath the rug for the sake of the children By the time we meet them that rug has become lumpy and frankly has become a hazard to traverse We are reassured when we understand why marriages collapse When finances or the loss of child or infidelity are the main culprit we breathe a sigh of relief Those reasons we can understand Infidelity may have ended Robert and Sarah s marriage but it was dead long before that happened I think that we sometimes uit really seeing one another and forget what we liked about each other Children or work or Windburn just the crippling burden of life can sometimes distort us into people we don t even recognize We forget that our wife is still a hot tamale or that our husband is still a handsome devil Or maybe the witty wife becomes cynical and snide or the charming husband becomes imperial and grumpy Sex becomes perfunctory and only a shadow of the sultry sweaty encounters of the past It is really amazing how much can be worked out over a bottle of wine Light Traveling just talking Knights vs Dinosaurs just really seeing each other Knights vs Dinosaurs just giving yourself a chance to reconnect with the person you want to be and hopefully finding your way to that person with the help of your spouse Sometimes we have to work together to find the people we fell in love with I could see that Sarah and Robert are both having dawning realizations about their marriage but the barrelling train of our legal system was already disappearing around the bend Not enough talking not enough explaining 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FREE DOWNLOAD Other Men's Daughters Richard Stern å 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY Ä Other Men's Daughters Pected and that the joy he feels when they are together has been missing from his life for a long long time When the summer ends and their need for each other does not fade Merriwether realizes that he is being given a chance at true love The uestion is will he be brave enough to take itConsidered by many critics to be Richard Stern’s finest novel Other Men’s Daughters is a tender honest witty and life affirming portrait of a love as transcendent as it is unlikel. I ve spent the last twenty four hours of my ongoing recovery from hip replacement surgery the right one reading Other Men s Daughters by Richard Stern just republished by the New York Review of Books a forty years later celebration of a writer who shouldn t be forgotten This is a strong novel with a flaw like all novels that facilitates self indulgence on the part of its protagonist one Robert Merriwether doctor and professor of physiology at HarvardThe key year is 1972 It s summer Merriwether comes from an old New England family and has a grand barn of an inherited house an agreeable walk across campus to his laboratory Having been right there right then in Cambridge Massachusetts in the summer of 1972 I can testify that Stern describes the scene the human scene the physical scene the meteorological scene perfectly The 60s have crested but the foam of their final waves are still bubbling on the beach long hair Hare Krishna celebrants self satisfied languor freedom In a few months of course we in Massachusetts would be the only ones in America favoring McGovern over Nixon but this isn t a political novel It s a social novel and in the wake of the 60s that means to a certain extent a sexual novelGorgeous Cynthia is twenty Merriwether is forty He has a wife from whom he s alienated but with whom he still lives and four children who mean a great deal to him He s not wretched about his marital problems however and not on the prowl He just happens to be volunteering for a little clinic duty when Cynthia comes in looking for a birth control prescription and falls for him or wants him or needs him take your pick This could have happened then or now the kind of disruptive good luck that might eventually if improbably lead Merriwether out of his dead end marriage But it does feel a bit like a fantasy trip on the part of a middle aged male novelist and it doesn t feel to me at least like Robert Merriwether s loss of innocenceand our loss of innocence an anatomy of the legacy of the 60sI say that despite the fact that Stern s highly informed prose he understands Harvard faculty members their self absorption their uirks perfectly helps him handle some really tough challenges Merriwether s encounter with Cynthia s disturbed father on the French Riviera for instance or Merriwether s encounter with his wife s divorce lawyerThe novelist Philip Roth Stern s friend has described Merriwether as something of a latter day dream drunk Gatsby while Wendy Doniger another writer promotes the innocence idea in an afterword contending that Merriwether s journey through the destruction of his family is I suppose an exile from EdenI m not buying it It s hard enough to think the under described Cynthia really has the maturity and emotional gravity to isolate herself for a few years with Merriwether cutting off ties with her generation And hard enough to accept as a reader that the Merriwether presented is than a narcissist who though Stern doesn t spell this out in dramatic detail which is cheating beat his wife into alienation by constantly dismissing her intellectually cutting her off correcting her giving her C with his stare at the dinner tableAs America didn t have a fair claim on a loss of innocence on 911 the America of Vietnam of destroying the people who first occupied this continent of slavery a super smart Harvard prof doesn t get my sympathy for the losses resulting from his excesses Having done the Riviera one summer Merriwether and Cynthia end up in a cabin in the Rockies another summer They re close to Boulder where Merriwether can participate in an ultra sophisticated scientific seminar and write a book and Cynthia Well as on the Rivera so in the Rockies she kind of drifts along looking great being plenty smart herself and finding satisfaction in clinging to her manWe believe the damage done to Merriwether s children though it doesn t seem to be much and we certainly believe his ex wife s hostility toward him but what we don t believe I think is that the 60s set us adrift with no moral compass forcing us into emphasizing pleasure over happiness Yes Stern elouently and wittily puts Merriwether through the wringer but he s no victim of overriding powers that cause him to lose his magnificent barn of a house in Cambridge the tradition of Thanksgiving dinners with the whole family involved and than a few friends who weren t really friends He does all that himself And in a seuel to this novel if there were one he would lose Cynthia too Windburn joy he feels when they are together has been missing from his life for a long long time When the summer ends and their need for each other does not fade Merriwether realizes that he is being given a chance at true love The uestion is will he be brave enough to take itConsidered by many critics to be Richard Stern’s finest novel Other Men’s Daughters is a tender honest witty and life affirming portrait of a love as transcendent as it is unlikel. I ve spent the last twenty four hours of my ongoing recovery from hip replacement surgery the right one reading Other Men s Daughters by Richard Stern Light Traveling just republished by the New York Review of Books a forty years later celebration of a writer who shouldn t be forgotten This is a strong novel with a flaw like all novels that facilitates self indulgence on the part of its protagonist one Robert Merriwether doctor and professor of physiology at HarvardThe key year is 1972 It s summer Merriwether comes from an old New England family and has a grand barn of an inherited house an agreeable walk across campus to his laboratory Having been right there right then in Cambridge Massachusetts in the summer of 1972 I can testify that Stern describes the scene the human scene the physical scene the meteorological scene perfectly The 60s have crested but the foam of their final waves are still bubbling on the beach long hair Hare Krishna celebrants self satisfied languor freedom In a few months of course we in Massachusetts would be the only ones in America favoring McGovern over Nixon but this isn t a political novel It s a social novel and in the wake of the 60s that means to a certain extent a sexual novelGorgeous Cynthia is twenty Merriwether is forty He has a wife from whom he s alienated but with whom he still lives and four children who mean a great deal to him He s not wretched about his marital problems however and not on the prowl He Knights vs Dinosaurs just happens to be volunteering for a little clinic duty when Cynthia comes in looking for a birth control prescription and falls for him or wants him or needs him take your pick This could have happened then or now the kind of disruptive good luck that might eventually if improbably lead Merriwether out of his dead end marriage But it does feel a bit like a fantasy trip on the part of a middle aged male novelist and it doesn t feel to me at least like Robert Merriwether s loss of innocenceand our loss of innocence an anatomy of the legacy of the 60sI say that despite the fact that Stern s highly informed prose he understands Harvard faculty members their self absorption their uirks perfectly helps him handle some really tough challenges Merriwether s encounter with Cynthia s disturbed father on the French Riviera for instance or Merriwether s encounter with his wife s divorce lawyerThe novelist Philip Roth Stern s friend has described Merriwether as something of a latter day dream drunk Gatsby while Wendy Doniger another writer promotes the innocence idea in an afterword contending that Merriwether s Knights vs Dinosaurs journey through the destruction of his family is I suppose an exile from EdenI m not buying it It s hard enough to think the under described Cynthia really has the maturity and emotional gravity to isolate herself for a few years with Merriwether cutting off ties with her generation And hard enough to accept as a reader that the Merriwether presented is than a narcissist who though Stern doesn t spell this out in dramatic detail which is cheating beat his wife into alienation by constantly dismissing her intellectually cutting her off correcting her giving her C with his stare at the dinner tableAs America didn t have a fair claim on a loss of innocence on 911 the America of Vietnam of destroying the people who first occupied this continent of slavery a super smart Harvard prof doesn t get my sympathy for the losses resulting from his excesses Having done the Riviera one summer Merriwether and Cynthia end up in a cabin in the Rockies another summer They re close to Boulder where Merriwether can participate in an ultra sophisticated scientific seminar and write a book and Cynthia Well as on the Rivera so in the Rockies she kind of drifts along looking great being plenty smart herself and finding satisfaction in clinging to her manWe believe the damage done to Merriwether s children though it doesn t seem to be much and we certainly believe his ex wife s hostility toward him but what we don t believe I think is that the 60s set us adrift with no moral compass forcing us into emphasizing pleasure over happiness Yes Stern elouently and wittily puts Merriwether through the wringer but he s no victim of overriding powers that cause him to lose his magnificent barn of a house in Cambridge the tradition of Thanksgiving dinners with the whole family involved and than a few friends who weren t really friends He does all that himself And in a seuel to this novel if there were one he would lose Cynthia too

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FREE DOWNLOAD Other Men's Daughters Richard Stern å 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY Ä Other Men's Daughters Biological reaction And Merriwether’s personal philosophy is that once you’re in your forties real love is nothing but lust and nostalgiaThen Cynthia Ryder walks into his life Twenty years old she is beautiful intelligent witty and kind And to Merriwether’s great surprise she wants to be with him Initially he evades her advances sure that hers is just a passing fancy But as he gets to know her better Merriwether realizes that Cynthia is mature than he first sus. By the time you re my age love is but a combination of lust and nostalgiaAt first glance I was feeling a bit over this book Not another novel about a middle aged professor tiring of his life and taking up with a younger freer woman How many of those are there anyway And what would make NYRB republish this one if better known novelists have done it and kept in the spotlightThe last few years I ve felt a terrific drive in women They want they want and it s we not uite graybeards who give them the most the uickest We teach them we spend on them we show them off we tell them what everything means We re their Graduate SchoolBut it isn t just about that It s about that conflict between traditional and the new late 60s early 70s living your whole life based on external expectations even if you re miserable or daring to see what might be beyond that and then suffering the very real conseuences of breaking up a family For years now as his marriage unglued Merriweather was conscious of the marital we He thought of it as an American shield against suspicion of loneliness debauchery homosexuality eccentricity We went We saw Josie and I Jeanne and I Was it a proud flag of dependence or did the connubial pair exist only as a pair as colonial animals exist only as coloniesEven when a family is only stable on paper that s still stable than it becomes when it is torn apart relocated and separated I think Stern captures this well and doesn t pass judgement on the characters although the men are overly for my tastes focused on the physical appearance of all the female characters in the novel and often use them as reasons for doing or not doing things I suppose this was the norm in the 70s but it is jarringI feel about her the way Galileo did about the telescope My feelings for her enlarge my feelings for other thingsIn fact I m finding I have similar feelings to my reactions to Revolutionary Road Do I even like this book I think it is well written and captures a lot of complexity But the men see the women only by what they get from them It is decades away from partnership that s for sure Who wouldn t keep looking for something Maybe human beings who love each other should only present their best face to each other saving their miseries for silence dark and the pillow Thanks to the publisher for providing access to a copy before its republication date through Edelweiss and then providing me an additional copy when my review copy would not function properlyPublished 29 August 2017 by New York Review of Books Heroism Begins with Her Inspiring Stories of Bold Brave and Gutsy Women in the US Military just a passing fancy But as he gets to know her better Merriwether realizes that Cynthia is mature than he first sus. By the time you re my age love is but a combination of lust and nostalgiaAt first glance I was feeling a bit over this book Not another novel about a middle aged professor tiring of his life and taking up with a younger freer woman How many of those are there anyway And what would make NYRB republish this one if better known novelists have done it and kept in the spotlightThe last few years I ve felt a terrific drive in women They want they want and it s we not uite graybeards who give them the most the uickest We teach them we spend on them we show them off we tell them what everything means We re their Graduate SchoolBut it isn t Buried Mountain Secrets just about that It s about that conflict between traditional and the new late 60s early 70s living your whole life based on external expectations even if you re miserable or daring to see what might be beyond that and then suffering the very real conseuences of breaking up a family For years now as his marriage unglued Merriweather was conscious of the marital we He thought of it as an American shield against suspicion of loneliness debauchery homosexuality eccentricity We went We saw Josie and I Jeanne and I Was it a proud flag of dependence or did the connubial pair exist only as a pair as colonial animals exist only as coloniesEven when a family is only stable on paper that s still stable than it becomes when it is torn apart relocated and separated I think Stern captures this well and doesn t pass Buried Mountain Secrets judgement on the characters although the men are overly for my tastes focused on the physical appearance of all the female characters in the novel and often use them as reasons for doing or not doing things I suppose this was the norm in the 70s but it is Buried Mountain Secrets jarringI feel about her the way Galileo did about the telescope My feelings for her enlarge my feelings for other thingsIn fact I m finding I have similar feelings to my reactions to Revolutionary Road Do I even like this book I think it is well written and captures a lot of complexity But the men see the women only by what they get from them It is decades away from partnership that s for sure Who wouldn t keep looking for something Maybe human beings who love each other should only present their best face to each other saving their miseries for silence dark and the pillow Thanks to the publisher for providing access to a copy before its republication date through Edelweiss and then providing me an additional copy when my review copy would not function properlyPublished 29 August 2017 by New York Review of Books


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  • Other Men's Daughters
  • Richard Stern
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  • 08 January 2020
  • 9780810151468