Station Eleven . The ending falters a bit, awash in an overreach for poignancy. One of that play’s memorable lines is: “The oldest hath borne most; we that are young/Shall never see so much nor live so long.”, Surprised by how much I enjoyed this book because I am a bit burnt out on post apocalyptic fiction. I haven’t been able to stop thinking about the essential Hopepunkyness of Station Eleven ever since. Most of Station Eleven’s characters remain good at heart, simple even, clinging to memories that reflect the old world both profoundly and superficially. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published It’s a very bleak little book. Station Eleven is the story of those affected by this mass outbreak and how they are somehow all connected in ways that transcend this great tra. There’s much that’s gripping and clever but it was spoiled for me by a sloppiness in its construction, most notably an excess of half-baked and obfuscating characters. ( Log Out /  Well written, intricately plotted. Station Eleven essays are academic essays for citation. Yes, I agree Station Eleven should be highly recommended to YA readers. Rust blossomed and streaked. Each group member will locate one scholarly (peer-reviewed) article or book chapter related to your chosen theme to read, annotate, and share with the group. Refresh and try again. Queer: Prominent, well written and sympathetic gay character, but otherwise quite minimal. Station Eleven was my last book of 2016, and my first book of 2017. Queer: Prominent, well written and sympathetic gay character, but otherwise quite minimal. Also someone should recreate the comic from the book because I would love to read that it sounded pretty cool. I also completely forgot the world around me existed for a few hours, and that is the highest praise I can personally give any book. A famous actor falls dead on stage from a heart attack mere hours before the outbreak affects nearly everyone around him. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. If you want a dose of great storytelling with your post-disaster wasteland fiction, this is a book for you! There’s much that’s gripping and clever but it was spoiled for me by a sloppiness in its construction, most notably an excess of half-baked and obfuscating characters. Central to the plot is the “Museum of Civilisation”, a place where relics of the Old World are kept as a memorial to what went before and a celebration of the survivors, and the central cast of the post-Fall portion of the book is a Travelling Symphony and Shakespeare Company. It was discussion questions at the back aimed at a school or reading-group audience. *Hell, I already get panicky if I’m away from a wi-fi hotspot for too long. Buy a discounted Paperback of Station Eleven … It has all the BEST features of previous apocalyterature & road stories (the pale terror of McCarthy's "The Road", the joie de vivre/bonhomie of the band of outsiders in "The Wizard of Oz," the irresistible speed & power of "Mad Max: Fury Road")-- it all adds up to something as interesting & bizarre as David Mitchell's "Cloud Atlas.". See more ideas about station eleven, eleventh, station. Age appropriate for? With Mackenzie Davis, Danielle Deadwyler, Matilda Lawler, Himesh Patel. We may have to stay home and stay still, but through... Set in the days of civilization's collapse. [ In her hit 2014 novel “Station Eleven,” the world was devastated by … It wasn't as bad this time because I had been taking with another drug to mitigate side effects but just taking it alone is garbage. Poignant tale of dyslexic boy seeking clues to his past. Well written, intricately plotted. Yet Station Eleven does not indulge in the blood and gore such an epidemic typically invites, nor does it dwell on the devastations of its immediate aftermath: the novel skips “the irst ten or twelve years after the collapse” and shifts to the “calmer age” that follows it (145). by Knopf. No more reading and commenting on the lives of others, and in so doing, feeling slightly less alone in the room. Survivors of a devastating flu pandemic try to rebuild their lives after losing everything. 15+. I've li. ( Log Out /  "Equal parts page-turner and Jun 8, 2019 - Explore Angelé's board "Station Eleven Book Club stuff", followed by 173 people on Pinterest. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: ). Anyone can and will die, and the characters post-fall routinely come across the bodies of people who simply died in their beds of the Georgia Flu. Elementary students and teachers were provided lists of age-appropriate books that aligned with Station Eleven so that the NEA Big Read program could be accessible to all ages. At times it comes across as a novel written with heart but equally it can seem sketchy and only half imagined. It won the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 2015.. First, two points about my experience of reading so far in 2014. [It seemed as if it had become a tradition that if you killed someone, you tattooed a mark on your arm. In Emily St. John Mandel's novel, Station Eleven, a Shakespearean troupe clings to scraps of civilization after a deadly pandemic. No more countries, all borders unmanned. This was a great apocalyptic novel that really grabbed me from the beginning. “All three caravans of the Traveling Symphony are labeled as such, THE TRAVELING SYMPHONY lettered in white on both sides, but the lead caravan carries an additional line of text: Because survival is insufficient.”. It’s implied that the Travelling Symphony in particular has more to worry about that who is sleeping with what gender. No more towns glimpsed from the sky through airplane windows, points of glimmering light; no more looking down from thirty thousand feet and imagining the lives lit up by those lights at that moment. This was a lovely, elevated apocalypse story that was very touching. It's been translated into 27 languages. Read Common Sense Media's Eleven review, age rating, and parents guide. Created by Patrick Somerville. Rating: 10/10 I’m still thinking about it even a year later. I know this is late but I have just finished Station Eleven and I am intrigued by your question because of what it assumes. No more road maintenance or garbage pickup. They stood dormant on runways and in hangars. It just kept driving me crazy. No more fire departments, no more police. In summer the ones near orchards were filled with trays of fruit that dehydrated in the heat. The Canadian novelist is publishing her latest book just as the literary world has again become obsessed with her last one: Station Eleven, her 2014 novel about a … Set in the days of civilization's collapse, Station Eleven tells the story of a Hollywood star, his would-be savior, and a nomadic group of actors roaming the scattered outposts of the Great Lakes region, risking everything for art and humanity. Station Eleven essays are academic essays for citation. Its heroine is a young adult as are many of the members of the Traveling Symphony. Station Eleven Project For an upcoming assignment in this class, you'll need to identify a topic, theme, or issue in Station Eleven that will respond well to external research. Station Eleven is published by Picador and available from 10th September. She studied contemporary dance at the School of Toronto Dance Theatre and lived briefly in Montreal before relocating to New York. St John Mandel’s post-Fall America is very, very bleak. Booktopia has Station Eleven, Longlisted for the 2015 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction by Emily St. John Mandel. Stuff of nightmares. The airports are tiny. No more cities. It is Mandel's fourth novel. Until I someday write a longer review (you never know, it could happen), I’ll just say this: I sat down intending to read about 50 pages tonight and wound up reading 200. Emily St. John Mandel was born and raised on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada. Your thoughts on the novel. Essays for Station Eleven. I think there's just something about ending things and having to reveal what happened that comes into tension with the process of building anticipation through out the book and how hard it can be to live up to that anticipation. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. No more airplanes, no more requests to put your tray table in its upright and locked position – but no, this wasn’t true, there were still airplanes here and there. Teenagers snuck into them to have sex. Want to read something thoughtful AND fun? I stayed up well past midnight on a work-night to finish Station Eleven, and I was absolutely bereft when I finished it because I would never read it for the first time ever again. And I thought it was ok. A solid, but not earth-shattering end of the world novel. by Emily St. John Mandel . Anyone who enjoys dystopian fiction, Book clubs, The world is ending, a deadly pandemic has left 99.99% of humanity dead, and for those left the task of surviving is proving to be more difficult than any of them could have imagined. Read Common Sense Media's Eleven review, age rating, and parents guide. September 9th 2014 Teaching Station Eleven. Station Eleven is a work of literary fiction. No more porch lights with moths fluttering on summer nights. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. After all, it is a line from Star Trek Voyager: “Survival is insufficient” and not, say, a line from Shakespeare that is the Travelling Symphony’s mantra. “Station Eleven is the kind of book that speaks to dozens of the readers in me—the Hollywood devotee, the comic book fan, the cult junkie, the love lover, the disaster tourist. ( Log Out /  All of it - for all the ages! We’d love your help. Stuff of nightmares. Highly recommended, unquestionably one of the best books I’ve read in 2014. Also, I struggled to believe there would be a major international airport with three concourses in northern Michigan. Was this novel rushed to cash in on the Hunger Games pandemic? In the beginning of the book, a main character dies on stage performing King Lear so it was only appropriate to have a copy of the play King Lear on display along with maps of the area that "The Traveling Symphony" traveled in Michigan. The world is ending, a deadly pandemic has left 99.99% of humanity dead, and for those left the task of surviving is proving to be more difficult than any of them could have imagined. 15+. ( Log Out /  Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. <3 No more spacecraft rising up from Cape Canaveral, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, from Vandenburg, Plesetsk, Tanegashima, burning paths through the atmosphere into space. Rating: 10/10 I’m still thinking about it even a year later. In these strange days of quarantine and isolation, books can be a mode of transport. Even in the most dire of circumstances and even in the greatest of hardship, there is still time not just to make art, but to love art. It’s a beautiful book, and an essentially hopeful one — a book about the power of art and human connection, and a post-apocalyptic tale that eschews gritty men-with-guns in favour of the effects the end of civilisation has on its characters, and what they carry around in the world after. Change ), The Hope Punk Book Club is a book review site run by one young lady from New Zealand who has beef with the idea that good or literary or thought-provoking fiction is depressing. No more screens shining in the half-light as people raise their phones above the crowd to take pictures of concert states. The star rating reflects overall quality. I know how I definitely don't want to die and that is on a quarantined airplane on a tarmac in Northern Michigan, with a bunch of other plague-ridden folk. I enjoyed this book a lot, especially as it is different than other dystopia novels that I’ve read. Station Eleven is a 2014 novel by Emily St. John Mandel. BUT this is fiction so that doesn't really matter. Yeah, so do I. I think challenging books and fun books are often the same books and I blog about that a lot. Characters you grow to love can and will die. The prose of the book is nothing near heavy handed, and it communicates a kind of lonely serenity. I was working the 30th, the 31st, then New Years Day and the day after, so on the 31st I decided I would reward myself by buying Station Eleven, which had been enthusiastically recommended to me by a good friend. Aviation gas lasts longer, but it was difficult to come by. I mean, all the information is there - in writing, in books! An exceptionally well rendered portrait of Elvis on a magnificent black velvet background. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. No more concert stages lit by candy-colored halogens, no more electronica, punk, electric guitars. No more ball games played out under floodlights. It’s no accident that Emily St. John Mandel opens her haunting new novel with a scene from King Lear, who ends up mad and blind but clear as a bell. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, 180 Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, … For a little bit of background, Station Eleven takes place partially in a future where a massive epidemic has wiped out nearly the entirety of the human race, and partially during the epidemic itself and in the years leading up to it, following about five different characters through their lives before and after the fall of civilisation. Emily St. John Mandel was born in Comox, Canada, in 1979. 2014 National Book Award Finalist A New York Times Bestseller An audacious, darkly glittering novel set in the eerie days of civilization’s collapse, Station Eleven tells the spellbinding story of a Hollywood star, his would-be savior, and a nomadic group of actors roaming the scattered outposts of the Great Lakes region, risking everything for art and humanity. I felt that it was done as a way not to forget. Maybe Emily St. John Mandel’s next book should be about people who are happy, healthy, wealthy and wise. A famous actor falls dead on stage from a heart attack mere hours before the outbreak affects nearly everyone around him. It's been translated into No more pharmaceuticals. She was raised in rural British Columbia on the tiny Denman Island, which she used as the basis for Delano Island in Station Eleven.Since the local schools were not very good, Mandel was homeschooled until the age of fifteen. There are a lot of characters and none of them are really the main character. No more diving into pools of chlorinated water lit green from below. Was this novel rushed to cash in on the Hunger Games pandemic? It is a brilliant novel, and Emily St. John Mandel is astonishing.” —Emma Straub, author of The Vacationers No more trains running under the surface of cities on the dazzling power of the electric third rail. :) 4.5 stars. The writing is really good and the characters are fascinating and realistic. A wonderful story about the resilience of people. One snowy night a famous Hollywood actor slumps over and dies onstage during a production of King Lear. Also, I struggled to believe there would be a major international airport with three concourses in northern Michigan. But again, great novel overall. I loved this book - I might buy it on Kindle just so I have it for my own Keepers collection. To see what your friends thought of this book, [does it bother anyone that in the 20 years since these people got slammed and the human race got almost wiped away , no one thought about going to a library and figuring out how to rebuild? No more flight. This was so good, I started reading it at like 11 pm the other night because I just wanted to read a little before going to sleep and ended up staying up until 6 am to finish it. Station Eleven follows an actor, Arthur, and everyone his life touches — ex-wives, son, paparazzi, best friend, the child actors he was in King Lear with — before and through the pandemic, exploring the connections between them and the way everyone handles the New World. The Symphony are well appreciated. I've lived there. Essays for Station Eleven. Not sure if this is TMI but that's what was on my mind while reading. No more avatars.”. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. About Station Eleven. These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. I don't know why it bothers me so that I thought this book was just ok. Mandel and NPR's Scott Simon talk about art at … ... We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally appropriate. Art has the power to inspire joy. Mar 28, 2019 - Explore NEA Big Read's board "Station Eleven", followed by 324 people on Pinterest. In the cold months, they were ideal for food storage. Why would it be something you would want people to know about you? Kirsten, who is only a child when the world ends, has years of her life she simply does not remember, and the main villain of the tale is a man who is blinded by his belief in his own righteousness so that he fails to see how reprehensible and pitiful he truly is. For me, this was nagging me the whole time. They would all almost be dead within a few weeks. :), I am a twenty something from New Zealand. The integration of acting and Hollywood world was really interesting, I'm sure even moreso to someone who isn't in "the biz." The fact that half of it is set in a post apocalyptic future doesn't change this. See more ideas about station eleven, book club, eleventh. How did you enjoy the plot. From the award-winning author of Station Eleven, this is an exhilarating novel set at the glittering intersection of two seemingly disparate events-a massive Ponzi scheme collapse and the mysterious disappearance of a woman from a ship at sea. The ending falters a bit, awash in an overreach for poignancy. But it is also beautiful. Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel's fourth novel, won the Arthur C. Clarke Award, was a finalist for the National Book Award and PEN/Faulkner Award, was an Amazon Best Book of the Month, and was named one of the best books of the year by more than a dozen publications. Many of the pre-Fall characters live ultimately unsatisfied lives, searching for moments of genuine human connection amongst a haze of manufactured image. No more films, except rarely, except with a generator drowning out half the dialogue, and only then for the first little while until the fuel for the generators ran out, because automobile gas goes stale after two or three years. Not sure about that ending though, but I guess I also tend to not find most endings to be very compelling. The novel takes place in the Great Lakes region before and after a fictional swine flu pandemic, known as the "Georgia Flu", has devastated the world, killing most of the population. These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. No more social media, no more scrolling through litanies of dreams and nervous hopes and photographs of lunches, cries for help and expressions of contentment and relationship-status updates with heart icons whole or broken, plans to meet up later, pleas, complaints, desires, pictures of babies dressed as bears or peppers for Halloween. Twilight in the altered world, a performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a parking lot in the mysteriously named town of St. Deborah by the Water, Lake Michigan shining a half mile away.”, I am a twenty something from New Zealand. Surprised by how much I enjoyed this book because I am a bit burnt out on post apocalyptic fiction. No more certainty of surviving a scratch on one’s hand, a cut on a finger while chopping vegetables for dinner, a dog bite. View all posts by The Author Herself. They would all almost be dead within a few weeks. Here’s a little excerpt of one of my favourite bits, courtesy of Goodreads: “An incomplete list: “WHAT WAS LOST IN THE COLLAPSE: almost everything, almost everyone, but there is still such beauty. Technology's Effect on Human Relationships: Comparing Station Eleven and Frankenstein; Art as a Measure of Society's Competence in Station Eleven However, as a counterpoint to its more cynical elements, Station Eleven also champions the human capacity for joy and delight, and our ability to find satisfaction in the oddest of places. At times it comes across as a novel written with heart but equally it can seem sketchy and only half imagined. Cathay Pacific isn't flying there. <3, Follow The Hopepunk Book Club on WordPress.com, Review: “Babylon 5”, J Michael Straczynski, Review: “Leah on the Offbeat”, Becky Albertalli, Review: “Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda”, Becky Albertalli. Why would that have happened? Welcome back. So many of my GR friends have embraced this, An eclectic, always wondrous literary feast, with a generous dispersal of savory anecdotes, attitudes & (grand) themes. Author: Emily St John Mandel. The Pre-Reading section of the Pennyroyal Arts Council teacher’s guide Researching Resources from Other Communities I really like the way the story unfolds and the way everything is connected, I'm a sucker for threads coming together in a story and like following characters who come into contact with on another and how their different story lines end up. I really like the way the story unfolds and the way everything is connected, I'm a sucker for threads coming together in a story and like following characters who come into contact with on another and how their different story lines end up. Station Eleven. It does indeed suck and I did feel like I was dying. 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