|LC Classifications||BR125 .K56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||10003014|
Possession is more of an experience than just a book. To some, it may seem like just another novel in the cascade of teen dystopian novels being released this year, but it is so much more than that. Possession is an incredibly well-crafted and unique world with amazing detail and an incredible main character that readers will want to cheer for/5. Fool: One who follows another’s morals, philosophies and perspectives that are not his or her own. Dominance: Control of mind, body and emotion. Philosophical warfare: Capture and destroy incompatible philosophies. A self-centered, authoritative, ego will not compete so much as to try to destroy another’s philosophy. In her own introduction, A. S. Byatt (Antonia Susan Byatt née Drabble) discusses how she wanted to write about Possession, the "relations between living and dead minds" (i.e., does the literary scholar possess the author who is the object of her research or vice versa), and "a parody of every possible form, popular and 'high culture' ". Possession Summary. Possession opens up in the London Library in the autumn of There, a postdoctoral researcher named Roland Mitchell is poring through a dusty old book that was once owned by the celebrated nineteenth-century poet Randolph Henry Ash.
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