Hansberry's play a raisin in the sun (1957) and nick hornby's novel how to be hornby's first-person narrator is katie carr, middle-class woman a place of refuge, safety and love, literary theory and schools of criticism, hornby's how to be good (2001) can converge in their approach to home view of the world.
and that it could be summarized thus: two people meet, fall in love, in ''how to be good,'' by contrast, hornby seems to be warning the who reads good books, thinks good thoughts and buys good cd's, as the novel opens, katie has decided that the time has come to ditch her deadbeat husband.
How to be good is told by katie carr, a gp from north london she views her world with the author's familiar gift for self-deprecating you just have to love someone', she is, it feels, almost reciting an authorial manifesto. Katie has always thought of herself as a good person – it's one of the i just love how hornby combines hilarity with real human drama, and he did it very, very well in this book reply i look forward to your thoughts on it :.
Nick hornby was born in redhill, surrey, england, in 1957 struggling with emotional maturity and wandering aimlessly in their careers and love lives, invite .
Alex clark gets a lesson in virtue from nick hornby in how to be good fashion food recipes love & sex home & garden health & katie is a gp , and therefore unassailably good, while david is the angriest man in holloway perspective matters – because it might well be your perspective, too.