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10 thoughts on “The Syllabus of Errors

  1. says:

    fascinating and impressive collection by a bloke I met once at a party, many years ago, and who now edits the very good Unthology series As the introduction says an introduction To a debut collection , these ring with mitteleuropean references, they are set in Rome, Paris, Berlin, as well as present day UK, they reference the Weimar Republic, German art George Grosz etc , they happen now, in the near future, or in the 30s when soldiers are quelling riots and dead bodies litter the streets Fascism is discussed, studied one protagonist studying Hitler Studies has to hide his books in an organic hippy restaurant , or imminent In a book full of mordant humour the writer or maybe narrators saves his most withering sarcasm for the assorted lefties he meets and their political correctness, or general appearance He had a bushy white beard and hair like a dandelion clock The mother s skirt reminded Ludo of a picnic blanket There s a feeling that p.c attitudes tend to distort history and thus leave us unprepared for the future eg in the excellent I Remember Nothing where a boy hears an alternative history of the rise of Hitler by a WW2 refugee and possible Nazi he meets to the one taught ...


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    I ve had this collection a while I finished it sometime ago and yet, despite that distance between reading and reviewing, I ve found that the characters and stories continue to live with me.Ashley Stokes has managed to compress engaging lives into the confines of the short story and in doing so has created a very powerful collection of tales.These stories are shot through with history, the dark grain of old photographs, the brutality of failure and unrequited lust Tales that refuse to fade long after reading, characters as flawed as you and I are thrust into situations that hopefully we never will be.The Syllabus of Errors takes us across Europe and through time It takes you from the edges of the rise of fascism in Italy, and the after glow of the Weimar Republic, to the anxiety of the near future To go into detail regarding any of the stories would be to do it a disservice you just need to read it However, having said that, The Short Story About A Short Film, needs a mention if only for its a...


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    I am so glad I read this book of stories Stunningly stylish writing Memorable characters and settings Brilliant wit, and a kind of fearlessness The title story was one of the funniest I ve ever read The opening story was utterly gripping in its intensity, it left me breathless Each story has its delights and its surprises They linger with you, and like dreams, they become part of your experience.As you move through the book you know that you can trust the voice It won t let you down It doesn t And when you finish the last tale, you get a sense of the whole, and it leaves you inspired by what can be done in the short form, but than that, it leaves you hungry for life, an...


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    I have seen people comment on how this sequence of stories needed to be savoured and considered and that s definitely true There are layers within each of these stories and connections that create a fascinating latticework of ideas, theme, time and character.My favourite moments in the collection were those that most clearly explored the intimacies of relationships The first two stories were perfect for that Island Gardens starts in London, though flits to Moscow and, briefly, to Spain This movement in memory, thought or place is echoed in the technique Storming the Bastille contains similar movement Greg and Nikki are a young couple who have been dating for two years, though have yet to have sex Only in the Hotel de Crillon, she says At one point, when Greg has been held up I won t ruin it and they have gone back to the Hotel Vivienne definitely not the Hotel de Crillon , you think they might finally make love for the first time Except the narrator skids away, commenting from a place and experience years ahead Six years later, in a hotel room in the Marais, Greg will pace and fret the room reminds him of her, this night, the two years The movement allows us to reflec...


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    From the first few pages you know you re being well guided through these connected worlds Some of these are juicey peaches Others are squashed bananas The title story and I remember nothing are perfectly formed and have stayed with me A short film about a short film is a film script which is overcome by its copious footnotes The Prettiest Girl in Berlin is a horrifying ramble through a war zone Some of this is confusing Some if it is not All of it is written with such zes...


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    I m a greedy reader If I m enjoying a novel, short story, or memoir I ve a tendency to devour, but there are works that demand to be savoured, to be read slowly, carefully, given serious thought They re so rich that gobbling is rendered nigh on impossible Ashley Stokes s short story sequence The Syllabus of Errors is one such book.David Rose s splendid introduction prepares the reader for an erudite and considered collection and invites readers to draw comparisons with the work of Joseph Roth and Roberto Bolano The settings of the stories range from pre fascist Italy, Weimar Berlin and modern day London, and many feature characters with a keen interest in Hitler studies and the history of the interwar years But that s not the end of it.Themes of persecution real and imagined , obsession and as Stokes so eloquently puts it Getting in a State thread through the narratives The weight of history is ever present the threat of violence lurks in the shadows In I Remember Nothing a gifted, impressionable school boy endures a heroic...


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    The Syllabus of Errors is a collection of very intelligently written short stories The details in the stories were so intricate and thought provoking that I often found myself revisiting past pages just to re digest interesting parts of the story.This collection dramatically flings an optimist like myself straight back down to earth and lives up to the title of a Syllabus of Errors Without ruining any parts of the stories, I found it to be a series of melancholy tales in which I found myself captivated by the complex characters and intricate details of the story I found myself pondering the characters long after I had put the book down and yearning for an extra chapter just so I can find out a little bit Two stories to look out for in particular are Marmara which actually made me shout out loud in despair and the Post leading Man which has an interesting twist I am conscious of spoiling the stories so I am deliberately being vague but this is a book that demands your full attention Make the time to sit and immerse yourself in this collection to get the full benefit of the beauty of these tales The story plots aren t overly dramatic and draw you in ever so subtly tha...


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    According to the blurb, The Syllabus of Errors features a cast of loners and romantics trapped in the upheavals of the period between the world wars and tries to convey to us a warning of what may come to fill our current void In this, it succeeds Idiomatically too, it is bold apercus jostle with loaded apercus, historical erudition informs the wordplay and there s not a line wasted All is significance, and much is quietly profound Most of it is quite brilliant I particularly liked The First Suggestion of Night, Abyssinia, I Remember Nothing.Stokes writing is a high wire act, mind, and there is the occasional wobble These may be stories of obsession but even so, the relentless, breathless nature of his prose can sometimes seem a little dense An example is The Prettiest Girl in Berlin In a fulsome and informative introduction, David Rose says the story takes huge risks with obscurity but al...


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    Andre van Loon A common narrative in the stories is that of the young man waiting to meet the girl he is interested in, only for her not to turn up, or to reject him when they do meet The wait makes up the narrative the way in which the young man moves through a world in which the young woman will not want him The people that impinge on his consciousness during this anxious time are the grotesques The deci...


  10. says:

    We selected this title for our dozen strong book club under an initiative to cover short stories Only two of us stayed the course and those of us who did unceremoniously concluded that it carries numerous plot holes and is really quite, well, dull Not one I can recommend I m afraid.


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