Therapy by David Lodge

Therapy

byDavid Lodge

Paperback | July 1, 1996

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By all appearances, Laurence Passmore is sitting pretty. True, he is almost bald and his nickname in "Tubby", but the TV sitcom he writes keeps the money coming in, he has an exclusive house in Rummridge, a state-of-the-art car, a vigorous sex life with his wife of thirty years, and a platonic mistress to talk shop with. What money can't buy, and his many therapists can't deliver, is contentment. It's not the trouble behind the scenes of his TV show that's bugging him or even the persistent pain in his knee; it's this deeper, nameless unease. Is it a spiritual crisis or just one of the midlife variety?

Tubby's quest for the source of it will lead into an obsession with Kierkegaard, brushes with the police, gossip-column notoriety, and strange beds and bedrooms worldwide.

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David Lodge is the author of twelve novels and a novella, including the Booker Prize finalists Small World and Nice Work. He is also the author of many works of literary criticism, including The Art of Fiction and Consciousness and the Novel.
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Title:TherapyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 7.76 × 5.02 × 0.7 inPublished:July 1, 1996Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 13:9780140249002

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From the critically acclaimed author of Nice Work and Small World comes a dazzling comedy of midlife crisis. TV sitcom writer Lawrence Passmore's quest for contentment leads him into an obsession with Kierkegaard, brushes with the police, gossip-column notoriety, and strange beds worldwide. Brilliantly executed, Therapy is a wonderfully bizarre tale of the misadventures of one man's search for solace in therapy.

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"A quirky and enchanting tale...Therapy springs open like a brightly colored Chinese puzzle box, to become a funny and often touching meditation on faith, redemption, and existential doubt." --Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times