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One legged Charley Summers is finally home from the war after several years in a German prison camp only to find he must now deal with the death of his lover Rose A shell shocked romantic—slow distant and dreamy—he begins to have trouble telling Rose's half sister Nancy apart from Rose herself now buried in the village churchyard Coping and failing to cope with the quiet realities of daily life Charley's delusions elevate his timid courtship of a practical and unremarkable young woman into an amnesiac love story both comic and disturbing A contemporary of Anthony Powell and Evelyn Waugh Henry Green was one of the greatest English novelists of the twentieth century and Back is his most haunting and personal work


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    I’m BACK After having been temporarily Caught in the maelstrom of Russian 19th century literature I am now BACK in the world of Henry Green the painter of low key everyday worries of ordinary English people Living and Loving in the extraordinary times before during and after the Second World War Looking BACK on this pearl of a novel it strikes me that the title Loss or maybe rather Blindness would have suited the concept well But then I change my mind pondering BACK and forth and finally decide the characters of the novel at the BACK of my mind that BACK is the only title that encompasses all facets of the sadness and blindness of the plotSuperficially straightforward but subtly touching on the deepest inner fears of humankind it tells the story of a young man coming BACK from the war an amputee While most people mourn sons and husbands killed in action he faces the loss of his secret lover Rose a married woman who died at home while he was taken prisoner in GermanySo the home he has spent years dreaming of longing for wanting to come BACK to does not exist any How can we get BACK our past life? How can we go BACK to a place which is full of memories of the identity layers we have lost while we were gone? There is no going BACK if we have changed But we can’t turn our BACK on our home either? Because where would we go? Charley Summers tries to BACK out of dealing with the truth Slipping in and out of an imaginary alternative reality he tries to turn BACK time into an earlier status quo one that is forever lost At the same time he tries to suppress the most painful memories and get BACK to normality only to find the past hitting BACK at him hard when he is least prepared to face it And he is not the only character facing unspeakable past actions Some people fight BACK others slip BACK into a state of insanity to avoid confrontation They BACK each other in their wish to tread carefully on vulnerable reality resulting in suppressed mourning and confused feelings which find ways to get BACK to the surface“Life has a funny way of getting BACK at us sometimes” one character statesIn the end in order to be able to go on Living people have to stop looking BACK and choose to believe in Loving again That is when they get their identity BACK changed and mutilated but not Caught in the past anyHenry Green is a master of quiet truth hidden underneath words with multiple meanings When you long for your former lover Rose you see meaning in any sentence containing flowers scent or even just a verb in past tense Hearing someone say “The temperature rose” can make a loving man stumble BACK into the emotional no man’s land of irrevocable lossAnother deeply moving touching novel by Green I’ll be BACK with him soon as I am Doting on his words by now