The Facts of Life

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William Somerset Maugham was born in Paris in 1874 He spoke French even before he spoke a word of English, a fact to which some critics attribute the purity of his style His parents died early and, after an unhappy boyhood, which he recorded poignantly in Of Human Bondage, Maugham became a qualified physician But writing was his true vocation For ten years before his first success, he almost l

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  • The Facts of Life
  • W. Somerset Maugham
  • English
  • 23 November 2018

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  1. says:

    The Facts of Life by William Somerset MaughamPublished in International Magazine in April 1939At the first sight an ordinary story turns into a great lesson for everybody not without the elements of comedy W Somerset Maugham is widely well known by his short stories about everyday life The great number of such stories leave behind them only good feelings The Luncheon the story of his own too is quiet similar in the style, intrigue and lesson which it learnt us The facts of life is not definitely something extraordinary among his other stories but not inferior to other stories of the author The facts of life was written in 1939, the world of early 20th century upper crust English society The book is rather short, 15 pages, but tells a lot about that world The story is about Nicky Garnet, the son of well known broker and a good bridge player The story is told by his father Henry, who told it just because he was in a damned awkward situation and didn t know what to do So his old friends were ready to give him some advice if they could Nicky was a successful boy for his age, pleasant appearance gave the girls attention to him, model behavior made his parents to be proud of him, the great success in the lawn tennis made his father adore him The plot of the story is about one lucky day of Nicky s life The day when he went to Monte Carlo to take part in the tournament He didn t make much a go of it, but didn t go unnoticed Before the trip his father had said him...

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    Recently I have read a short story by William Somerset Maugham, one of the best known English writers of the 20th century He was not only a novelist, but also one of the most successful dramatist and short story writers Somerset Maugham has written 24 plays, 19 novels and a large number of short stories The most mature period of his life began in 1915, when he published one of his most popular novels such as Cakes and Ale , Theatre , and The Razor s Edge His works are characterized by a clear unadorned style and a shrewd understanding of human nature Realistic portrayal of life, keen character observation, and interesting plots coupled with beautiful, expressive language, simple and lucid style place Somerset Maugham on a level with the greatest English writers of the 20th century The story I read a few days ago was named The Facts of life and this is what I am going to write a few words about.At first glance the story The facts of life seems to be an unremarkable instructive tale where the father named Henry Garnet was in a damned awkwar...

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    Review by Valeria Sokolyan I am going to write a few words about a book I have recently read The book is written by the well known Britain writer of the twentieth century William Somerset Maugham The title of the story is The Facts of life.The plot of the book is incredibly exciting and rather interesting The story tells us about a Nicky Garnet who was a son that any parent might have been proud of Nicky was six foot two, lithe but muscular, with broad shoulders and a slim waist, and he held himself gallantly erect As a boy he did everything that was expected of him His school reports were excellent He was wonderfully popular, and he ended his career, with a creditable number of prizes, as head of the school and captain of the football team But this was not all At the age of fourteen Nicky had developed an unexpected gift for lawn tennis This was a game that his father not only was fond of, but played very well, and when he discerned in the boy the promise of a tennis player he fostered it.Once he had been taught by the professionals and by the time he was sixteen he had won a number of tournaments of boys of his age,he has persuaded father let him went to Monte Carlo,but father said that Nicky wasn t enough good at tennis, he was not eighteen yet and he only went up to Cambridge last October, he wouldn t stand a chance against all those cracks.There was some arguments in the family because mum wanted son...

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    For homework we read The Facts of Life by William Somerset Maugham The author is famous for his plays, novels and especially short stories I like this work of his because it shows that we may need both luck and wits Part of solving the mysteries of life involves using the right method Some people feel that they need luck, and others feel that they need to be clever This story showed us that both forces come into play, and maybe people need both luck and wits See for yourself.This story is about Henry Garnet, an ordinary man, and his 18 year old son Nicholas During the game, Henry tells his friends about his son s travel to Monaco, where he took part in a tennis tournament Henry hesitated and didn t allow the boy to go there at first Nicky was a responsible and sensible guy and his mother really wanted him to take part in the tournament So, Henry warned his son against three things and let him go there But the boy encountered the three things and still nothing bad happened to him Henry was infuriated by Nicky s behavior He asked his friends for advice, because he was sure that his son did not respect him any But none of them knew how to deal with the situation.I really liked the characters of the story Hen...

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    Do you enjoy reading books about successful people If you do, you should read The Facts of Life It was written by William Somerset Maugham, a British playwright, novelist and short story writer He was among the most popular writers of his era and reputedly the highest paid author during the 1930s The author describes a young man Nicholas Garet who arrived in Monte Carlo to take part in the tennis competition His father gave him three advice , not to play casino games, not to get drunk and not to have love affairs with women Nicholas successfully didn t follow these advice But I think some people would understand him As the saying goes Forbidden fruit is sweet It means that if there is something a person is forbidden to do, he or she will immediately do it So, Nicholas gambled and ironically b...

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    William Somerset Maugham is widely known as a writer of short stories than a dramatist, novelist or critic For the fact that he is the most widely read story writer of the XX th century Maugham defines a short story as a piece of fiction, of any length you choose, which deals with a single situation, but this situation, may be a mood, a character or an event The facts of life is a short but rather curious and instructive tale The author managed to teach us a couple of great lessons through the short humorous story The main hero is Nicky Garnet young, successful and ambitious guy As a boy he did everything that was expected of him His school reports were excellent He was wonderfully popular, and he ended his career, with a creditable number of prizes, as head of the school and captain of the football team After all he had all the qualifications for becoming a great tennis player Nicky was a son that any parent might have been proud of So, there s nothing strange that one day Nicky went to Monte Carlo to the tennis tournament His father was against this trip at first but could do nothing when Nicky asked to give him a chance Finally, Nicky s father said there are three things he wanted to warn about one is gambling, the second is money, and the third is women.Nicky remembered this wise advice but that didn t keep him from doing all things which were listed Luckily, Nicky was born with the ...

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    I am going to write a few words about a story I have recently read The story is written by a well known writer of the twentieth century William Somerset Maugham.W S Maugham was an English novelist, playwright, and short story writer whose works are characterized by a clear simple style, and a deep understanding of human nature.Today, Maugham is probably best known as a short story writer His clear and economical style makes easy reading and his short stories have been reprinted frequently in collected editions Maugham said himself I have never pretended to be anything but a story teller A distinctive feature of the works of Maugham is the simplicity of the text He does not describe everything in detail and tries to carry the text to any reader Thus his works are always live and natural I can say that all the author s works are easy to understand.The comedy The facts of life is about how sometimes kind fate can be Gambling, money and women were the things that Henry Garnet had forbidden his eighteen years old son Nicky to have deal with when he decided to set off for the tennis tournament in Monte Carlo Henry knew what he was talking about as he himself was a gambler He didn t want his son, pride of the family and University, to take the wrong way But, of course, the young man turned out to be not as well behaved when he got into one of the casinos of the ...

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