Mysterious Kor has 21 ratings and 3 reviews. Kirsty said: Mysterious Kor by Elizabeth Bowen means a lot of different things to different people. I’ve rea. photo credit It’s strange how the short story Mysterious Kor has stayed in my mind ever since I read it a few years ago. I think it had such an. Elizabeth Bowen. +. Mysterious Kôr. Full moonlight drenched the city and searched it; there was not a niche left ro stand in. The effect was remorseless.
Tina Willis marked it as to-read Aug 13, No trivia or quizzes yet. Bowen said she never felt more alive than in the war years in London.
Elizabeth Bowen: ‘Mysterious Kor’ and ‘The Demon Lover’ – University of St Andrews
Leave a Gowen Cancel reply Enter your comment here Shalu rated it really liked it Oct 14, Fern added it Dec 02, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Pinky added it Jun 14, I read this short story about ten times and still came no closer to what Bowen was trying to tell us. elizabeeth
The character of Wlizabeth was even more confusing. What I managed to get from it was this: Kimberly rated it really liked it Sep 28, Evangelia added it Oct 08, Boewn rated it liked it May 28, Another compelling attraction of Kor to Pepita is the privacy and isolation it represents.
The story revolves around fleeting but personal conversations, showing how intimacy can be created in the crowded wartime city, as Arthur wonders why Pepita is so haunted by the city of Kor. EsmeRose rated it liked it Oct 09, To ask other readers questions about Mysterious Korplease sign up.
Prema Arasu added it Oct 08, The setting is the city at night, at the entrance to a park, near an Underground station from which Pepita emerges with Arthur, a soldier home on leave from the war.
Sara Nilsen added it Jul 27, She was exposed to real danger.
Katrina Postor rated it really liked bbowen Apr 14, Very sorry I missed adding your post to the update page-Irish Short Story Week-yes a long week and getting longer, until April 31, I am focusing in part now on Emerging Irish Women writers. Sana Kapur added it May 13, I will definitely be exploring all the other posts on Irish Short Story Week and am looking forward mysferious the two topics you have coming up.
If there’re two or three meanings to a story then that is fine, but once a story has handfuls of meanings, it can become silly, like the author didn’t know what they wanted their story to be about. Ashley rated it liked it May 11, If you can blow whole places out of existence, ellizabeth can blow whole places into mysetrious. It left me feeling exasperated and dumb. But to me, it felt like something that was too complicated to understand.