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The Lost Weekend Don Birnam Is A Sensitive, Charming And Well Read Man Yet When Left Alone For A Few Days By His Brother, He Struggles With His Overwhelming Desire For Alcohol, Succumbs To It And, In The Resulting Prolonged Agony, Goes Over Much Of His Life Up To And Including The Lost Weekend

About the Author: Charles Jackson

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10 thoughts on “The Lost Weekend

  1. says:

    This is a gripping novel about an alcoholic trying to survive a long weekend in Manhattan The story follows a struggling writer, Don Birnam, who can t get anything written because he s so focused on finding his next drink It s one of the best novels about alcoholism I ve read.I became interested in the bo

  2. says:

    Fantastic novel The most acute portrayal of alcoholism I have ever read Joins my alcoholic canon alongside John Barleycorn by Jack London, Good Morning, Midnight by Jean Rhys and Factotum by Charles Bukowski This book feels like a descendent of Notes from the Underground by Dostoyevsky and Hunger by Knut Hamsun i

  3. says:

    Arrivederci alla prossima ricaduta Posso dire che un romanzo che parla di alcolismo bellissimo S , posso dirlo, perch lo Giorni perduti il racconto dell inesorabile discesa agli inferi di Don Birman, scrittore in crisi, in cui albergano gli stati d animo che nutrono la disperazione rimorso, rabbia, vergog

  4. says:

    Last year while reading Ernest Hemingway s Islands in the Stream, I decided to look to see if the movie, Lost Weekend, was based on a book because of the alcohol use of Hemingway in his story Yes, it was based on Charles Jackson s The Lost Weekend, 1944 There are so many kinds of drinkers and though a person drinks does not deem

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    This novel has been on my TBR list for a long time and I m glad I ve finally managed to read it.The book chronicles five days and nights in the life of Don Birnam, an alcoholic writer whom we follow on his lost weekend of binge drinking and frantic search for booze and money Things quickly spiral out of control for Don and the number of chaotic

  7. says:

    This book was quite the eye opener I have never suffered from alcohol or drug addictions nor have I lived with anyone suffering from this sickness Sickness it certainly is How someone arrives at this state, I don t know I m sure there are a lot of different causes, both environmental and genetic, but based on this semi autobiographical account by Charl

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  9. says:

    Perhaps instead of being titled The Lost Weekend, this book should have been titled The Lost Cause If you re looking for a tale of someone falling into the depths of alcoholism and them coming out a changed and better person, look elsewhere, because here you will only find a tale of someone falling into the depths of alcoholism Here there is no fulfilled

  10. says:

    Don t read this review if you don t already know the premise behind The Lost Weekend book or movie It s all right for you to ruin your life that s up to you, he said But you have no right to ruin someone else s That s Don Birnham s brother Wick chastising Don one time after the later has drunk his way through another weekend bender Don let down Wick again by not visiting the

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