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Charles Fox ist fünfzehn als er dem Paradies entrissen wird Er wuchs in Australien umgeben von unberührtem Buschland auf doch nun beginnt sein neues Leben in einem Internat wo Knaben zu Männern geformt werden sollen Die Mitschüler The Young Desire It is the first novel by Australian author Kenneth Mackenzie and this volume has been published under the Text Classics banner The 11 page introduction by David Malouf is both very insightful and uite informative about the author At fifteen Charles Fox serious intense sensitive and introspective is sent to boarding school in the city where he meets for the first time other boys of his own age is taught by young English Masters and lives an unfamiliar regimented existence During a longed for break back home he encounters Margaret spending her school break on a neighbouring farm and falls passionately in love On the surface it may seem that not much happens in this novel but a great deal occurs within as Charles matures and realises “a mind continually awakening to its own innocence” The narration lies mostly with Charles but also jumps between a fellow student Mawley the young Master who befriends Charles Penworth Charles’s mother and Mr Jolly and this can sometimes lead to confusion until the context or content clarifies the matter While this novel touches on paedophilia masturbation and sex between minors as befits a novel written in the 1930’s these aspects are merely hinted at so some reading between the lines is reuired and here Malouf’s introduction is helpful also This novel’s great strength is the wonderful prose Mackenzie captures the West Australian summer with consummate ease “The whole earth and all nature sank into a still swoon beneath the eternal ravishment of the sun and the ceaseless passionate susurrus of the insects gave sound to the heat as already mirage was giving it a shaking visibility clear and refractory like water” and his prose has universal appeal His descriptions are sometimes verbose sometimes beautifully succinct “They smiled with the sincerity of cats” His descriptions of characters too are marvellous “It was a humorous and kindly face mobile from much talking and an inexhaustible ability to express surprise; the lines around the sly keenness of the eyes showed how often laughter closed them” This edition has gorgeous cover art by WH Chong Text do well to include this beautiful novel under their Classics banner it was the Winner of the 1937Australian Literature Society Gold Medal and is indeed a timeless Australian classic The Water's Edge the first novel by Australian author Kenneth Mackenzie and The Road Home this volume has been published under The Road Home the Text Classics banner The 11 page introduction by David Malouf is both very insightful and uite informative about The New High Protein Healthy Fast Food Diet the author At fifteen Charles Fox serious intense sensitive and introspective is sent Everyday Sports Injuries to boarding school in The Baby Doctor the city where he meets for Zafarnama the first Ghalib: The Man, The Times time other boys of his own age is All You Who Sleep Tonight: Poems taught by young English Masters and lives an unfamiliar regimented existence During a longed for break back home he encounters Margaret spending her school break on a neighbouring farm and falls passionately in love On Bombay Stories the surface it may seem कुछ अटके, कुछ भटके that not much happens in Pickpocket this novel but a great deal occurs within as Charles matures and realises “a mind continually awakening Testemunha Mortal to its own innocence” The narration lies mostly with Charles but also jumps between a fellow student Mawley Conspiracy in Death the young Master who befriends Charles Penworth Charles’s mother and Mr Jolly and The Immortal Throne this can sometimes lead Just Because I Made Love to You Doesn't Mean I Love You to confusion until Arion and the Dolphin the context or content clarifies Arion & The Dolphin: A Libretto the matter While Vanishing Acts: New and Selected Poems, 1985-2005 this novel For the Love of India: The Life and Times of Jamsetji Tata touches on paedophilia masturbation and sex between minors as befits a novel written in Goa: A Daughter's Story the 1930’s The Tea Gardens these aspects are merely hinted at so some reading between City Improbable: Writings on Delhi the lines is reuired and here Malouf’s introduction is helpful also This novel’s great strength is Unbound: Indian Women @ Work the wonderful prose Mackenzie captures Beyond The Last Blue Mountain: A Life Of J. 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Rles zum ersten Mal ein großes ungekanntes Verlangen Was sie begehren ist ein Roman der ersten Liebe der unvergleichlichen Intensität der Jugend Als er 1937 erschien wurde er zu einer Sensation Jetzt endlich liegt er auf Deutsch vor Kenneth Mackenzie's 1937 classic 'The Young Desire It' was simply mesmerising Written in beautiful evocative prose it traced one year in the life of 15 year old Charles Fox taken from his simple country upbringing to board at an all boys college With his angelic face and innocent demeanour he's a target for the bullies as well as a particular young teacher Penworth whose relationship with the boy is told so poignantly that in some ways Penworth is the major character Then during the summer holidays on the family farm Charles meets a young girl The boy's adolescent awakening and his desire to be free to make his own choices as alluded to in the title is a pure joy to read; painful at times sensitive lyrical and honest Mackenzie perfectly captures the atmosphere of blistering hot Western Australian summers and the brittle beauty of the bush The novel was written when Mackenzie was 24 years old and he admitted that the character of Charles drew heavily on his own experiences Finding Tom Connor traced one year in Pete the Bushman the life of 15 year old Charles Fox The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Gnostic Gospels taken from his simple country upbringing The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Gnostic Gospels to board at an all boys college With his angelic face and innocent demeanour he's a Walking in Light target for Heart to Start the bullies as well as a particular young Stand by Me teacher Penworth whose relationship with Stand By Me: Helping your teen through tough times the boy is Toilet Trivia (Dk) told so poignantly The Infinite Air that in some ways Penworth is Three by Atiq Rahimi: Earth and Ashes, A Thousand Rooms of Dream and Fear, The Patience Stone the major character Then during Lacanian Psychotherapy with Children: The Broken Piano (The Lacanian Clinical Field) (The Lacanian Clinical Field) the summer holidays on Idiot's Guides: The Cosmos the family farm Charles meets a young girl The boy's adolescent awakening and his desire That Risen Snow: Snow White & Zombies to be free The Complete Idiot's Guide to Screenwriting to make his own choices as alluded The Fabulous Fibonacci Numbers to in The Pythagorean Theorem: The Story of Its Power and Beauty the One Ball of Yarn title is a pure joy Planetside to read; painful at SANDITON and A MEMOIR OF JANE AUSTEN (Cambridge World Classics) Complete Unfinished Novel Sanditon by Jane Austen and Biography by James Edward Austen (Leigh) (Annotated) (Complete Works of Jane Austen) NOOKbook times sensitive lyrical and honest Mackenzie perfectly captures The House Of Gabriel the atmosphere of blistering hot Western Australian summers and Great Things to Do Outside: 365 Awesome Outdoor Activities the brittle beauty of Blackpeak Vines the bush The novel was written when Mackenzie was 24 years old and he admitted Being Magdalene that It's a Bit Rugged, Mate the character of Charles drew heavily on his own experiences


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  1. says:

    'The Young Desire It' may well be my new Favourite Australian novel In sensuous evocative prose Mackenzie takes us through the fifteenth year in the life of Charles Fox a boy with girlish good looks who has grown up as something of a wild child ranging at will his mother's extensive property in Australia's wheat belt with little formal education but a deep understanding of nature's rhythms But as he turns fifteen his mother decides it is time for him to attend one of Australia's premier boys' boarding schools which has formed the minds of many of the young country's best and brightest This is the nineteen twenties and Australia is still very much part of the Empire the Masters at the school are mostly shipped out from England many of them recent Oxbridge graduates as innocent in the ways of the world as Charles is The boys mostly lads who have grown up in the bush seem older than their years while the Masters having lived a life of the mind and Reason can seem younger so that they could almost be of an age Penworth a classics teacher and Charles's junior Housemaster forms a close bond with Charles one that strays from an ill advised friendship to something far uncomfortable Penworth sees his love as being very much in a classical Greek tradition; Charles is confused by the teacher's advances but a growing awareness of his own erotic life gradually informs him that Penworth's behaviour is wrong At the same time Charles on a holiday back at home has met and fallen for Margaret the niece of a couple who farm on his mother's landThrough these relationships mostly told via Charles' internal wrestlings Mackenzie shows us a youthful awakening a loss of innocence and a yearning for freedom freedom being the 'it' which the titular young desire freedom to act freedom to chooseMackenzie's nature writing is of the first order the shimmering grasses the trees like green cumulus low over white trunks the chorus of the cicadas images and sounds assail the reader on every page and drown the senses What is perhaps most remarkable is that Mackenzie wrote the novel based on his own schooldays when he was just twenty three in the space of five weeks As a first novel by such a young author it is stupendously good and deserves to be seen as an Australian classic Three cheers for Text for introducing it to a whole new generation of readers and here's hoping they reissue some of his other novels in due course


  2. says:

    The Young Desire It is the first novel by Australian author Kenneth Mackenzie and this volume has been published under the Text Classics banner The 11 page introduction by David Malouf is both very insightful and uite informative about the author At fifteen Charles Fox serious intense sensitive and introspective is sent to boarding school in the city where he meets for the first time other boys of his own age is taught by young English Masters and lives an unfamiliar regimented existence During a longed for break back home he encounters Margaret spending her school break on a neighbouring farm and falls passionately in love On the surface it may seem that not much happens in this novel but a great deal occurs within as Charles matures and realises “a mind continually awakening to its own innocence” The narration lies mostly with Charles but also jumps between a fellow student Mawley the young Master who befriends Charles Penworth Charles’s mother and Mr Jolly and this can sometimes lead to confusion until the context or content clarifies the matter While this novel touches on paedophilia masturbation and sex between minors as befits a novel written in the 1930’s these aspects are merely hinted at so some reading between the lines is reuired and here Malouf’s introduction is helpful also This novel’s great strength is the wonderful prose Mackenzie captures the West Australian summer with consummate ease “The whole earth and all nature sank into a still swoon beneath the eternal ravishment of the sun and the ceaseless passionate susurrus of the insects gave sound to the heat as already mirage was giving it a shaking visibility clear and refractory like water” and his prose has universal appeal His descriptions are sometimes verbose sometimes beautifully succinct “They smiled with the sincerity of cats” His descriptions of characters too are marvellous “It was a humorous and kindly face mobile from much talking and an inexhaustible ability to express surprise; the lines around the sly keenness of the eyes showed how often laughter closed them” This edition has gorgeous cover art by WH Chong Text do well to include this beautiful novel under their Classics banner it was the Winner of the 1937Australian Literature Society Gold Medal and is indeed a timeless Australian classic


  3. says:

    There is nothing so seductive and yet elusive as the memories of our first experiences in love We can recall the actions shared glances a sweet paralysis then the first touch perhaps a chaste kiss but this is not what we desire We want to feel again the fear the pleasure the tremors and the foreign breath But it is this that eludes usUnless we stumble across an artist who can recreate these feelings for usRecently Text Publishing sent me a copy of The Young Desire It by Kenneth Mackenzie Published to acclaim in 1937 and virtually lost to us since Mackenzie's early death in 1955 The Young Desire It is another great find and perfect fit for the Text Classics collectionThis is very much the work of a young novelist Recounting a home schooled adolescent's experiences after he is sent to boarding school there is very little story beyond this transformational transition from boy to man Mackenzie was just seventeen when he started writing the novel and twenty five when it was published He was as close to the subject as any artist can hope to be and within these pages Mackenzie has captured for all time the sensation of first love For which we must all be thankful though some may find the poetical prose hard going


  4. says:

    In time he put up his arms to undo the green ribbons that swung at the ends of her heavy fair plaits; and at last like a silken fall of cloth her hair spread free shutting in their two facesThey could not smile now nor speak not even to say each other's name that was loudly in the mind of eachThe day had too sure a power over them; though they might evade it in cool shadow they were a part of its triumph and it forced them together encouraging them with the illusion that what they did they did by the blind volition of their own single willIn its cruel majesty it echoed mockingly her one cry that was a cry of relief from a long tyrannyBeautiful writing but so coy that one is never sure what has actually occurred


  5. says:

    The Young Desire It by Kenneth Mackenzie is my new favourite Australian novel and possibly the best coming of age novel I've ever read I gushed about it here


  6. says:

    Summary Fine Writing Dense metaphors and many of themI had mixed feelings about reading this in the first place and different mixed feelings afterwards First the topic concerns erotic wakening according to the cover note and it is set in a boy's grammar school You can read between the lines here and you would be right However the material is handled with such delicacy and objectivity I could hardly be concerned Also the characters are mostly dealing with emotional confusion rather than action It's not some kind of 50 Shades of There is also and perhaps this is the main theme the beautifully rendered infatuation the main character has with his first girlfriend The book it modern in style Echoes of Joyce Woolf Proust etc And not a little Shakespearean in language In fact Mackenzie's metaphors are freuently startling in their freshness And sometimes obscure in their meaning This latter fault if one considers it so renders the climax rather ambiguous Probably Mackenzie intended this but it left me unsatisfied I do like a nicely wrapped up ending There is not one here Fortunately Malouf's introduction is clear as stream water I read it before and after and it helped


  7. says:

    Kenneth Mackenzie's 1937 classic 'The Young Desire It' was simply mesmerising Written in beautiful evocative prose it traced one year in the life of 15 year old Charles Fox taken from his simple country upbringing to board at an all boys college With his angelic face and innocent demeanour he's a target for the bullies as well as a particular young teacher Penworth whose relationship with the boy is told so poignantly that in some ways Penworth is the major character Then during the summer holidays on the family farm Charles meets a young girl The boy's adolescent awakening and his desire to be free to make his own choices as alluded to in the title is a pure joy to read; painful at times sensitive lyrical and honest Mackenzie perfectly captures the atmosphere of blistering hot Western Australian summers and the brittle beauty of the bush The novel was written when Mackenzie was 24 years old and he admitted that the character of Charles drew heavily on his own experiences


  8. says:

    Perhaps an underrated Australian classic this first novel from the 1930s shows a very strong DH Lawrence influence It has some nicely written passages but is somewhat overwrought in trying to describe the heightened feelings of the naive narrator as he deals with boarding school and falling in love I recently reread The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie written thirty years later but also set in a school in the 1930s and I longed for Spark's lightness of touch when reading this portentous account Still it's worth checking out


  9. says:

    It's a beautiful prose poem a novel about adolescence which amazed me again and again with its evocation of states of mind and the experience of landscape It tells of a year in the life of fourteen year old Charlie Fox as he begins at a boarding school in Perth with interludes at his mother’s farm in the South West where he falls in love with a neighbour’s visiting niece It’s shocking to read in 2019 with the sexual assault of Charlie by the other students as a hazing ritual in the novel’s opening and the grooming by a paedophile teacher presented as a normal part of school life


  10. says:

    I enjoyed parts of this book very much some lovely descriptive turns of phrase in particular There was just a bit too much description and too little action for my liking It seemed to drag in parts A very bold and provocative book considering it was written in the 1930s