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read kindle ´ Revolutionary Road Ò Paperback ¹ richard yates Ý In the hopeful 1950s Frank and April Wheeler appear to be a model American couple bright beautiful talented with two young children and a starter home in the suburbs Perhaps they married too young and started a family too early Maybe FraIs now about to crumble With heartbreaking compassion and remorseless clarity Richard Yates shows how Frank and April mortgage their spiritual birthright betraying not only each other but their best selve Revolutionary Road Richard YatesRevolutionary road‬ Richard Yates ‏‫‬‭New York‏‫‬‭‬‭‭‬‭‭ Bantam Books‭‏‫‭ 1962 247 PagesRevolutionary Road released December 31 1961 is author Richard Yates's debut novel Set in 1955 the novel focuses on the hopes and aspirations of Frank and April Wheeler self assured Connecticut suburbanites who see themselves as very different from their neighbors in the Revolutionary Hill Estates Seeking to break out of their suburban rut and conseuently blaming herself for all of Frank's problems April convinces Frank they should move to Paris where she will work and support him while he realizes his vague ambition to be something other than an office worker The promise of France brings the two together in love and excitement again and Frank seemingly ends his relationship with Maureen While April sees the emigration as an opportunity to escape their dull environment Frank's plans are driven by vanity of his own intelligence which April panders to When the dull and prim neighbor Mrs Givings begins bringing her insane son John around to the Wheelers' house for regular lunches John's honest and erratic condemnation of his mother's suburban lifestyle strikes a chord with the Wheelers particularly FrankTheir plans to leave the United States begin to crumble when April conceives their third child and Frank begins to identify with his mundane job when the prospect of a promotion arises After arguing over the possibility of aborting the child Frank tries to manipulate April into seeking psychiatric help for her troubled childhood April overwhelmed by the outcome of the situation suffers something of an identity crisis and sleeps with her neighbor Shep Campbell while Frank resurrects his relationship with Maureen April attempts to self abort her child and in doing so is rushed to the hospital and dies from blood loss Frank scarred by the ordeal and feeling deep guilt over the outcome is left a hollow shell of a man He and his children spent time living with their uncle hence mirroring the youth of their motherتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز سی و یکم ماه می سال 2014 میلادیعنوان جاده رولوشنری فیلمنامه؛ فرزاد حسنی؛ تهران، افراز، 1391، در 248ص؛ شابک 9789642438969؛ موضوع فیلمنامه های امریکایی سده 20معنوان فیلم جاده انقلابی؛ کارگردان سام مندس؛ تهیه‌ کننده بابی کوهن؛ سام مندس؛ اسکات رودین؛ نویسنده جاستین هیث؛ بر پایه همین رمان از ریچارد ییتس؛ بازیگران لئوناردو دی‌کاپریو؛ کیت وینسلت؛ کیتی بیتس؛ مایکل شنون؛ موسیقی توماس نیومن؛ فیلم‌برداری راجر دیکینس؛ تدوین طارق انور؛ توزیع‌کننده پارامونت ونتیج؛ تاریخ‌های انتشار روز بیست و ششم ماه دسامبر سال 2001میلادی؛ مدت زمان فیلم 119دقیقه؛ محصول کشورهای آمریکا و بریتانیا؛ زبان انگلیسی؛ کتاب و فیلم هردو روایتگر زندگی یک زوج خوشبخت است، که در دهه پنجاه سده ی بیستم میلادی در ایالت کانکتیکات جاده رولوشنری زندگی می‌کنند؛ این زوج به تدریج احساس می‌کنند که در زندگی زناشویی گرفتار شده‌ اند، و شادمانی مورد نظرشان را نیافته‌ اند و ؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 05041399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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Ted a family too early Maybe Frank's job is dull And April never saw herself as a housewife Yet they have always lived on the assumption that greatness is only just around the corner But now that certainty Imagine my surprise when I came across Stephen King's Best Books of 2009 List one not condescending enough to include solely those published this year saw that 2nd place belonged to Revolutionary Road Glad I am not alone in feeling a strong deep sad empathy for this book The story is EXTREMELY well told The story about young revolutionaries who end up doing exactly the opposite of what they've set out to do is uite simple but very epoch rich It has different POVs which deviates from the outstanding film the ending is shattering bitter than the one presented on the silver screenAcademy Award winning director Sam Mendes made a wise decision in giving April Wheeler a brighter limelight to contend with Frank's the husband sole protagonist of the novel In the film there is a constant wrestling match which is underlined by the fact that THESE ARE JACK AND ROSE from Titanic and we must instantly feel for them Mendes is a genius too in the casting of his exwife Kate Winslet who is arguably the best actress of our generation So while Mendes has the ability to play sly film director almost auteur Richard Yates has much to contend with His meditation on the cost of real freedom is basically flawless He plays with dialogue in the same awesome way that a dedicated playwright like Edward Albee did He describes in simple ways just how awful the everyday can truly be for a bright dedicated yet frail American in the 1950's Makes a stark contrast with today's impediments on a marriage After so many years it seems that sometimes people make jails for themselves with as little ease as they dream big dreams

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Revolutionary RoadIn the hopeful 1950s Frank and April Wheeler appear to be a model American couple bright beautiful talented with two young children and a starter home in the suburbs Perhaps they married too young and star For the longest time I just wanted a family kids a decent job and a happy life in suburbia That was all I wanted That's it It seemed so simple predictable and reliable It was my ideal image It seems that society has done a good job of putting that thought in everyone's head The best thing for a young man is for him to go to college get married get a reliable job with a steady company have babies 2 or 3 of course make friends with neighbors have birthday parties for the kids do little cocktail parties with the adults Then he needs to tell his kids to do the same thing And the cycle continues That's just what you do I know that mindset isn't as prevalent now as it was when this was written in the 50s And I haven't a doubt that the aforementioned lifestyle wasis the best life for many people No doubt at allI think the problem lies in rushing into that lifestyle before really knowing what you're getting into without really knowing your spouse without even knowing who you are and what you really want and what would really be best for you People get trapped and don't even know they're trapped; caught inside their anger not even knowing what they're angry at Trapped inside the jail that is their home forced into a miserable life of their own choosing not knowing why or how it got that way and even miserable about it for that very reasonAnd it's scary for me because a few bad roles of the die and I could have ended up like Frank fucking Wheeler And it's funny That whole lifestyle Especially the tedious details and what often becomes our self obsessive thoughts You know why it's funny? Because it's both ridiculous and real So all the laughter this novel caused me was because shit man it's real It's very real that most of us are this ridiculous; it's very real that we go through the motions each day unaware petty and self absorbed; it's very real that the most normal among us are among the most insane It's very real that a lot of people are living the ideal lifestyle and are fucking miserable And no matter our life situation we're always hoping for That keeps a lot of us going And we're all pretty fucking shallow too aren't we? Yes People die all the time and we get over it Yes We Do And often uickly I might addThe word timeless probably gets thrown around too much But this novel doesn't just seem timeless And it doesn't just seem relevant today It seems fucking instructive Be careful what you wish for and pay attention to who you are and don't suck others dry and don't suck yourself dry and search for truth no matter how painful And we continue to be self absorbed and ridiculous We make our decisions based on what we think will bring us the most happiness like life is a game of chess And it is And it goes onAnd I still want my reliable job and my white picket fence And a pretty wife And babies 2 or 3 of them But you see I'm crazy