The Diary of Edward the Hamster 1990–1990



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Miriam Elia MA RCA is a visual artist and Sony nominated surreal comedy writer After graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2006, her diverse work has included illustrated books such as We go to the gallery and The Diary of Edward the Hamster, as well as prints, drawings, short films, radio comedy and animations She frequently writes in collaboration with her brother Ezra Elia.

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  • Hardcover
  • 83 pages
  • The Diary of Edward the Hamster 1990–1990
  • Miriam Elia
  • English
  • 15 February 2017
  • 9780752228037

10 thoughts on “The Diary of Edward the Hamster 1990–1990

  1. karen says:

    this was another one of those netgalley impulse grabs i was just popping on there to leave a review for a different book, and i thought, i know i have one thousand books i have promised to read, and this is a terrible idea, but let s just see what new things are available this impulse gets me into trouble all the time, and pushes back my to be read immediately books into to be read someday territory awfully quickly.basically, i saw a hamster, and i said cute and i clicked the button because it is way too easy to commit to books on netgalley and i lack impulse control.fortunately for me, this one is just a little quickie of a book, mostly pictures with very little text, and i was able to read it on my glow in the dark reading machine while walking to and then back from connor s.and it s cute i have never owned a hamster as much as one can own a hamster, especially a gloomy philosophical type like this one , but it really brings the plight of the pet hamster to light, much like the completely differently toned Caged edward is like a creation of dostoevsky contemplating the meaning of existence, the banality of the quotidian, reaching out for inter and intraspecial connections, being denied companionship, and yes, freedom and much like a russian novel, before the end there will be murder, love, self denial and capitulation, hopelessness, death, and many musings Why write Life i...

  2. Navessa says:

    A Eulogy for Edward Dearly beloved, We are gathered here today to mourn the loss of Edward Though he was but small of stature, he was mighty of spirit I first met him shortly before his untimely passing and though I didn t know him for long, he made a lasting impression upon me Edward was a thinker, a philosopher, a poet He was an artist He delighted in the possibility of intellectual debate and was a man er rodent that held firm to his convictions Many a nights we sat up until the wee hours contemplating the meaning of life We discussed the monotony that seemed to plague him, the freedom that seemed forever out of his reach You see, Edward was caged Both physically and mentally His mind became his jailor, the wheel his tormentor His human captors mistreated him, the cat misunderstood him, and Wolf, his cagemate, lacked the intellectual fortitude to challenge him After Wolf passed I began to worry for my friend He seemed to be waning He no longer got on his wheel, his writing became erratic and his body slow and lethargic But this is not a story of loss, my friends, this is a story of love For just a short time after Wolf s passing, Edward met Camilla She...

  3. Squallogal says:

    Seriously the funniest book I ve read in a really long time I was weeping because I was laughing so hard A small teaser Thursday, May 8th The vet came today He touched me Apparently, I m a woman.

  4. Lemony says:

    L id al serait que tu le lises pendant que tu bois ton petit caf , tu ferais une pierre deux coups Je te pr sente donc Eddie de son petit nom Il est bien plus s rieux que ce que tu peux penser, il se demande quoi peut bien servir la vie, la mort aussi L enfermement Aura des doutes sur sa sant mentale, et sur la tienne On peut dire ce qu on voudra, ce livre pour peu que tu aies un peu de sensibilit et je ne te...

  5. Dov Zeller says:

    This one is fun Edward s a bit of a one trick hamster, but this is for sure the closest literature has come to producing a love child of the icecapades and Camus, so I ll take it I think my favorite part of the book might have been Translated from the original hamster by Miriam Elia and Ezra Elia The Elia siblings are doing a lot of work these days it seems There is their podcast, a series of psychotic episodes though I think they re finished with that and focusing on books Below is the first one, which has some Edward Hamster in there, which is fun to hear in narration Miriam Elia has recently encountered the wrath of Penguin who, interestingly, published Edward , because she took popular British old school kids books Ladybird books with Peter and Jane and spoofed them But it looks like she ll be okay in the end.htt...

  6. Michael Scott says:

    Edward is not my usual cup of tea, just something my mother sent me across 3,000 kilometers about 2,000 miles with a short note This was touching So I read this tiny booklet in between a sandwich and opening another book and, what do you know , my mom who rarely if ever guesses what I like got this one right indeed Should I mention this is not my usual cup of tea Because I would have never guessed myself OK, so now about the book There isn t much to say and there isn t much of a book, but it s a roller coaster and I alternated laughing with feeling really touched So how did the authors do it The prose is terse and the graphics are simple, so this shouldn t count It s perhaps that the booklet is cute and tender, and Edward is grumpy and moody and fighting for his freedom And he gets it totally wrong every time, but his thoughts are so naively enthusiasti...

  7. Karla says:

    Holy shit, that was dark __ Funny, but dark.Not that I d ever have a hamster again, but after reading this, I m definitely never getting another hamster.

  8. Alex Sarll says:

    Bleak yet somehow inspirational a classic of prison literature.

  9. Louise says:

    A quick short read, written by a philosophical, bitter hamster For some reason, I read this in a French accent.

  10. L.S. says:

    Hey, this is the cutest book I read this year It is about a hamster Oh wait No. it is about you It is an essentialized account of the human condition Just read it.

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