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He entered his room and kosinksi on the TV. Although Kosinski tells this story with a third person voice, the point of view is almost exclusively from Chance’s perspective. He watches television obsessively. He does not know about feelings. He adopts television behavior. After the death of his employer, Chance, the gardener, is forced to leave the mansion where he lived all his life – and he has never left it before.
A slender gem that needs to be read by all. Chauncey Gardiner is born and raised in a house that he never leaves. Taken from my original review on Audible.
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His executors close up the old man’s estate and send Chance out into the world. His sole occupation is tending the garden. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He exposes our susceptibility to packaging. He would never know how real they were, since he had never met them and did not know what they thought. Get desde el jardin jerzy kosinski, free shipping with Amazon Prime.
Film is a perfect medium to handle such a one-gimmick premise; the actors and the visuals supply the depth the text does not have. A series of improbable events propel Chance into the upper echelons of American society.
So these five stars are for the screenplay and novella. When he admits he doesn’t read newspapers kosihski is illiteratehe is congratulated for his refreshing candor. In reality he has no idea what is going on and is simply repeating platidudes learned from TV or is talking about the only subject he knows, gardening.
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Morph rated it it was amazing. It added significantly to my enjoyment. He’s not all there. Although Kosinski tells this story with a third person voice, the poin A somber message underlies Kosinsky’s playful, deceptively simple fable. There’s a same-sex encounter in the book that I don’t recall from the film.
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