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Free download The Panopticon Download à The Panopticon Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Jenni Fagan Þ 2 Free download Pa`nop´ti`con noun A circular prison with cells so constructed that the prisoners can be observed at all times Greek panoptos 'seen by all' Anais Hendricks fifteen is in the back of a police car She is headed for the Panopticon a home for chronic young offenders She can't remember what’s happened but across town a policewoman lies in a coma and Anais’s school uniform is covered in blood  Raised in foster care from birth and moved through twenty three placements before she even turned se. Tae cannae wee nae didnae isnae gonnae dinnae wasnae umnay havenae Conkers boak stouter choring witters womble wellying scantsIn case you were wondering this book is written by a Scottish author It s completely un Americanized Google is your friend Holy fuck I don t even know where to fucking start What the fuck is this What the fuck was the point Is there a fucking point Or is this just supposed to depress the fuck out of me I can t fucking decide Was it fucking awesome Or do I want to burn its memory from my fucking synapsesLet the above paragraph serve as a test Does the amount of f bombs I used offend you If so you probably shouldn t read this book Drugs Cigarettes Wanking Drugs Rape Death Drugs Pedophilia Wanking Sex Wanking Drugs Senseless violence Drugs A broken system Wanking Cigarettes Lesbians Drugs Wanking Alcohol Molestation WankingLet the above paragraph serve as another test Are you offended by any of these things How about their prevalence Are they triggers for you If so you probably shouldn t read this book It took me over a month to get through this because I couldn t handle it in than ten page increments I m not gonna lie I nearly DNFed it several times Not because it isn t good not because it s poorly written and not because it doesn t have a message It s just not an easy book to read The MC didn t grow up too uickly she never had a childhood at all She was born in an asylum and shit went downhill for her from there Soyeah I don t even know how to describe this other than to say that it s about a broken child growing up surrounded by other broken people in a broken system It s not pretty it s not uplifting and it s not for the faint of heart I struggled to determine how to rate this but because of the emotions it pulled from me it s getting ALL the stars Do I recommend it Absolutely It s not a book I enjoyed reading but I think it needs to be read This review can also be found at The Book Eaters

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Free download The Panopticon Download à The Panopticon Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Jenni Fagan Þ 2 Free download Ooks up at the watchtower that looms over the residents though Anais knows her fate she is an anonymous part of an experiment and she always was Now it seems that the experiment is closing inNamed one of the best books of the year by the Times Literary Supplement and the Scotsman The Panopticon is an astonishingly haunting remarkable debut novel In language dazzling energetic and pure it introduces us to a heartbreaking young heroine and an incredibly assured and outstanding new voice in ficti. Anais Hendricks is fifteen years old That s fifteen years of living in care foster homes mostly and units with other teens In fact she s been through over fifty placements already twenty four before she was seven when she was adopted by a professional prostitute called Teresa then another twenty seven times from the age of eleven when her new mother was killed by one of her clients in their apartment She doesn t know who her real mother is no one does and she routinely plays the birthday game where she imagines a different start for herself a family maybe or a posh life in Paris She d love to go to Paris But a strong part of her knows that the experiment is watching It s always watching waiting for the moment to take her back and reveal the test tube she came from and subject her to further experimentationArriving at the Panopticon seems to fit right in with her theory about the experiment It s a semi circular building where the interior is open to the all seeing watchtower in the middle dating back to a pervious era and a life as an asylum it s well fitted for wayward teens like Anais She s been brought here by the police with blood all over her school uniform but she hasn t been charged There s no evidence that she put PC Craig in a coma nothing but their prior volatile antagonistic relationship and Anais s hefty track record she s been brought in for countless acts of vandalism violence trafficking and But while she doesn t remember anything from that day she s sure she had nothing to do with the police constable s current stateAt the Panopticon she meets and befriends the other girls Tash fifteen and working the streets at night her girlfriend Isla who has two year old twins living in foster care and cuts her belly out of guilt for passing AIDS onto them a disease she had no idea she had after catching it herself from using her father s drug kit one time and Shortie who picks a fight with Anais after which the two become close There are boys here too John cute and a thief twelve year old Dylan and Brian whom they all hate after catching him doing something despicable It s the only family Anais has and it s not bad as family s go Even if the watchtower is always watching and her social worker is never around to support her and her ex boyfriend keeps pestering her from jailBut the tight net of the system is closing in on Anais With her lengthy rap sheet and this unproven belief that she assaulted a cop and put the woman in a coma her time of relative freedom is coming to an end They want to put her away in the underage facility located on an island called John Kay until she s eighteen and then they predict she ll end up in the regular adult jail But Anais has a will and has lived through enough bad shit and survived that she s not about to let this be her end If there s one thing she has left to call her own she reasons it s her soul and that the experiment can never haveThe Panopticon is a tough book to read alright It starts slow not because nothing happens but because Anais narrative voice takes a while to get the hang of for non Scottish readers at least and as it s written correctly with great skill in present tense you re launched right into her head and it s a bit like floundering in deep water trying to get your head up and get your breath and your bearings Anais is smart at school when she goes but she has a distinctly collouial way of thinkingspeaking and in Scottish vernacular so that her voice is strongly authentic She s also a big drug taker as well as an adolescent and the way she thinks is reflective of both It s highly realistic and given the subject matter this makes it a tough book to readYet so so worthwhile On Goodreads I tagged this as a made me cry book I cried not just because of what happens to some of the characters well all really but because this isn t really fiction It s scarily real This shit happens There are lots and lots of kids just like Anais and Tash and Isla and Shortie and all the rest kids who had a rough start in life and have been stuck in the system ever since kids who got dealt a shitty hand and have been punished for it ever since kids who have been judged by the system labelled and shelved The panel hearing that Anais attends is very telling of the system s unsympathetic attitudeIt is my belief that you cannot stop yourself Miss Hendricks Everything in your record tells me that you will keep offending And should you be tried for one single offense then we have a court order to have you placed in a secure unit and detained until you are eighteen years old without review I will personally advocate that she graduates to the maximum security wing in the Panopticon at the earliest possible opportunity We have pages the chairwoman brandishes a thick sheaf of papers pages and pages of charges and this isn t even half of them It is my opinion Miss Hendricks that you are going to re offend Once you have done so you will go into a secure unit And when you get released from there you will offend again and you will go on to spend your adult life in prison which is exactly where you belong because you Miss Hendricks present a considerable danger both to yourself and to all of society pp151 2The trouble with our society societies in all their variance is that they only allow for one way of being one way of living and existing as a way of maintaining order and the status uo Yet a startlingly large portion of any society s population simply cannot mould itself to that one way of living and they tend to pay a large price for resisting Anais friends the adults that she knows from her time of living with Mother Teresa are just such people and so too is Anais They take a lot of drugs and paint portraits of penises and have sex change operations and live surrounded by stolen goods and give vodka to children and talk about gender and the true state of the world It s the exact opposite of any developed western country s idea of middle class surbabia a la 1955 It s seen as self destructive and dangerous and subversive and freakish Anais world isn t a pretty one or a comfy one or even a safe one It s sad but not surprising that Anais drinks so much and takes so many drugs And from that perhaps comes the hallucinations the suspicion the paranoiaIt s just me now Chef s in the kitchen Eric s in the office Everyone else is at school The watchtower windows reflect the sun and the big bug eyes stare and it s totally obvious that watchtower doesnae even need staff in it it just watches all on its own p57With Anais history it s also no surprise that she struggles with a sense of her own identity There s a lost little girl trapped inside and in an unguarded moment she once asks for her mummy the one and only time she s let that wish slip freeIdentity problem Fuck that Fifty odd moves three different names born in a nuthouse to a nobody that was never seen again Identity problem I dinnae have an identity problem I dinnae have an identity just reflex reactions and a disappearing veil between this world and the next p86With as hard shelled and wise as Anais sometimes seems it s easy to forget that she s just fifteen and naive and trusts the wrong people like her ex Jay She remembers how it felt after Mother Teresa died when she was eleven how he held her and stroked her hair All anyone ever wants is to be held and loved right He knows how to pull her strings but I couldn t believe how stupid she could be You d think that you d be wise to sweet talking selfish fuckheads after a life like hers wouldn t youThere are moments of sweetness in Anais life that make her cling on and yearn for something better like the impromptu picnic on a little island in the lake where she and Shortie and Tash and Isla talked and smoke and drank and ate junk food and Shortie performed a wedding ceremony for Tash and Isla and Anais threw petals and gave them rings woven from grass It is perhaps the happy memories that make the bad times so hard the times of loss Never is it apparent just how alone and isolated these teenagers these children are No one really cares The police see them as nothing but trouble They ve seen things and experienced things that they can only share with each other because only others like themselves understand and never show pityThis is a richly told story perfectly written in Anais voice and readers may be spared from some graphic details but you re not spared from the unpleasant truths of her life Fagan has given real teens like Anais a voice and an uncompromising honest look into their lives I felt two things distinctly while reading this a strong protective urge that motherly instinct to save and protect and support and the understanding that that kids like Anais are not the enemy or a fucked up element of society beyond all hope rather that they are fucked up elements of our society who have made a society all of their own different and bleak and dangerous and unforgiving but still human and full of human feeling This was a brave book to write considering how gutted I felt reading it and a worthy one The Panopticon introduces a strong skilful and talented writer who presents an unflinching portrait of a young girl trying to find her place in a society that doesn t want her and importantly to find herselfMy thanks to the publisher for a copy of this book via TLC Book Tours A Wrinkle in Time experiment and she always was Now it seems that the Make Room Make Room experiment is closing inNamed one of the best books of the year by the Times Literary Supplement and the Scotsman The Panopticon is an astonishingly haunting remarkable debut novel In language dazzling Degrees of Freedom eleven when her new mother was killed by one of her clients in their apartment She doesn t know who her real mother is no one does and she routinely plays the birthday game where she imagines a different start for herself a family maybe or a posh life in Paris She d love to go to Paris But a strong part of her knows that the God's War experiment is watching It s always watching waiting for the moment to take her back and reveal the test tube she came from and subject her to further Wider Than the Sky The Phenomenal Gift of Consciousness experimentationArriving at the Panopticon seems to fit right in with her theory about the Bend Sinister experiment It s a semi circular building where the interior is open to the all seeing watchtower in the middle dating back to a pervious Trouble on Cloud City Star Wars Young Jedi Knights #13 era and a life as an asylum it s well fitted for wayward teens like Anais She s been brought here by the police with blood all over her school uniform but she hasn t been charged There s no Neue Gedichte evidence that she put PC Craig in a coma nothing but their prior volatile antagonistic relationship and Anais s hefty track record she s been brought in for countless acts of vandalism violence trafficking and But while she doesn t remember anything from that day she s sure she had nothing to do with the police constable s current stateAt the Panopticon she meets and befriends the other girls Tash fifteen and working the streets at night her girlfriend Isla who has two year old twins living in foster care and cuts her belly out of guilt for passing AIDS onto them a disease she had no idea she had after catching it herself from using her father s drug kit one time and Shortie who picks a fight with Anais after which the two become close There are boys here too John cute and a thief twelve year old Dylan and Brian whom they all hate after catching him doing something despicable It s the only family Anais has and it s not bad as family s go Even if the watchtower is always watching and her social worker is never around to support her and her Flash Animation for Teens For Teens ex boyfriend keeps pestering her from jailBut the tight net of the system is closing in on Anais With her lengthy rap sheet and this unproven belief that she assaulted a cop and put the woman in a coma her time of relative freedom is coming to an Louise Brooks end They want to put her away in the underage facility located on an island called John Kay until she s Gilgamesh eighteen and then they predict she ll Being Peace end up in the regular adult jail But Anais has a will and has lived through Cloud Busting enough bad shit and survived that she s not about to let this be her Poema del Cante Jondo end If there s one thing she has left to call her own she reasons it s her soul and that the Crash into Me experiment can never haveThe Panopticon is a tough book to read alright It starts slow not because nothing happens but because Anais narrative voice takes a while to get the hang of for non Scottish readers at least and as it s written correctly with great skill in present tense you re launched right into her head and it s a bit like floundering in deep water trying to get your head up and get your breath and your bearings Anais is smart at school when she goes but she has a distinctly collouial way of thinkingspeaking and in Scottish vernacular so that her voice is strongly authentic She s also a big drug taker as well as an adolescent and the way she thinks is reflective of both It s highly realistic and given the subject matter this makes it a tough book to readYet so so worthwhile On Goodreads I tagged this as a made me cry book I cried not just because of what happens to some of the characters well all really but because this isn t really fiction It s scarily real This shit happens There are lots and lots of kids just like Anais and Tash and Isla and Shortie and all the rest kids who had a rough start in life and have been stuck in the system Les fleurs du mal; Le spleen de Paris ever since kids who got dealt a shitty hand and have been punished for it Totenhaus ever since kids who have been judged by the system labelled and shelved The panel hearing that Anais attends is very telling of the system s unsympathetic attitudeIt is my belief that you cannot stop yourself Miss Hendricks Everything in your record tells me that you will keep offending And should you be tried for one single offense then we have a court order to have you placed in a secure unit and detained until you are Scarcity Why Having Too Little Means So Much even half of them It is my opinion Miss Hendricks that you are going to re offend Once you have done so you will go into a secure unit And when you get released from there you will offend again and you will go on to spend your adult life in prison which is Notorious Angel exactly where you belong because you Miss Hendricks present a considerable danger both to yourself and to all of society pp151 2The trouble with our society societies in all their variance is that they only allow for one way of being one way of living and Anleitung zum Unglücklichsein existing as a way of maintaining order and the status uo Yet a startlingly large portion of any society s population simply cannot mould itself to that one way of living and they tend to pay a large price for resisting Anais friends the adults that she knows from her time of living with Mother Teresa are just such people and so too is Anais They take a lot of drugs and paint portraits of penises and have sex change operations and live surrounded by stolen goods and give vodka to children and talk about gender and the true state of the world It s the Female Friends exact opposite of any developed western country s idea of middle class surbabia a la 1955 It s seen as self destructive and dangerous and subversive and freakish Anais world isn t a pretty one or a comfy one or Confessiones even a safe one It s sad but not surprising that Anais drinks so much and takes so many drugs And from that perhaps comes the hallucinations the suspicion the paranoiaIt s just me now Chef s in the kitchen Eric s in the office Everyone October Skies eyes stare and it s totally obvious that watchtower doesnae Lust For Gold Siren Island #2 even need staff in it it just watches all on its own p57With Anais history it s also no surprise that she struggles with a sense of her own identity There s a lost little girl trapped inside and in an unguarded moment she once asks for her mummy the one and only time she s let that wish slip freeIdentity problem Fuck that Fifty odd moves three different names born in a nuthouse to a nobody that was never seen again Identity problem I dinnae have an identity problem I dinnae have an identity just reflex reactions and a disappearing veil between this world and the next p86With as hard shelled and wise as Anais sometimes seems it s Cinderella's Bum ex Jay She remembers how it felt after Mother Teresa died when she was Pokémon Black and White Vol 8 eleven how he held her and stroked her hair All anyone The Bean Trees ever wants is to be held and loved right He knows how to pull her strings but I couldn t believe how stupid she could be You d think that you d be wise to sweet talking selfish fuckheads after a life like hers wouldn t youThere are moments of sweetness in Anais life that make her cling on and yearn for something better like the impromptu picnic on a little island in the lake where she and Shortie and Tash and Isla talked and smoke and drank and ate junk food and Shortie performed a wedding ceremony for Tash and Isla and Anais threw petals and gave them rings woven from grass It is perhaps the happy memories that make the bad times so hard the times of loss Never is it apparent just how alone and isolated these teenagers these children are No one really cares The police see them as nothing but trouble They ve seen things and Dandelion Clocks experienced things that they can only share with Brothers each other because only others like themselves understand and never show pityThis is a richly told story perfectly written in Anais voice and readers may be spared from some graphic details but you re not spared from the unpleasant truths of her life Fagan has given 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Free download The Panopticon Download à The Panopticon Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Jenni Fagan Þ 2 Free download Ven Anais has been let down by just about every adult she has ever met Now a counter culture outlaw she knows that she can only rely on herself And yet despite the parade of horrors visited upon her early life she greets the world with the witty fierce insight of a survivor  Anais finds a sense of belonging among the residents of the Panopticon – they form intense bonds and she soon becomes part of an ad hoc family Together they struggle against the adults that keep them confined When she l. I have a big thing about panopticons In fact the PhD I am trying to battle through at the moment has than a nod to them So I picked up this novel not ordinarily my sort of thing out of interest regarding the title and elements of the story I m pleased I did It is as they say an accomplished debut uite something of a page turner but also unexpectedly literary and with a first person narrative that bar a few suelchy over written moments feels authentic Full of vituperations and hard long stares at the darkest seediest underbelly you could imagine perhaps beyond even that it is appropriate that Irvine Welsh is a champion of the book in the blurb on the back because the story is certainly a daughter of Transporting I understood the Scottish slang as an Englishman who has spent enough time north of the border but maybe it will stretch othersThe narrator Anais an out of control 15 year old girl has spent her life in care being passed from wavering hands back to the State and out again ad infinitum It is not surprising that this has added to her issues regarding lack of identity she has never known her biological family does not even know what they look like The birthday game she regularly plays with herself gives her the opportunity to manufacture a thousand and one different origins for herself her favourite being the notion that she had a childhood in Paris with a mother who listened to jazzIt is easy to see why Anais is a fantasist Her experiences include rape drug and alcohol use from an early age finding the murdered body of a loved one and a lifetime spent in a system that fails the majority of those in its care we are told that 70% of people who grew up in care will end up in prison or an asylum or dead not long after coming of age Like the other clients in her new home the menacing Panopticon for problem kids escapism seems something undertaken not out of choice but out of necessity The book follows Anais wrenching journey and as such is recommended but be prepared for extreme subject matter including child abuse self mutilation and bestiality along the way This is not a gentle read although the author s gift is in making the story seem than sensationalism You want Anais story resolved You are invested in her journeyThe one problem I had with the novel bar a small amount of uneven writing already mentioned not least towards the very end is the fact that the unit for problem children is called the Panopticon The author can just about get away with the book s title as Anais life in care and probably her rampant use of recreational drugs has left her convinced she is being watched at all times by people she can not see But for a novel that seems to be aiming to portray the shocking reality of life for the unluckiest children of this apparently wealthy civilised country the notion that a children s unit would ever be called the panopticon is at best fantasy and at worst na ve and unthought through Jeremy Bentham the English philosopher who came up with the idea of the panopticon spent his life trying to get one built with very limited success A few centuries later Michel Foucault put paid to the notion of a true panopticon ever being constructed savaging the idea in his Discipline and Punish treatise as a cruel ingenious cage So the Panopticon simply does not work as the name of a Social Services run home for children It just would not happen This isn t to say of course that there isn t a sense of the panopticon or even the experiment to which Anais keeps referring to life for such children But then there is the sense of us all being in a panopticon in this modern age of incessant CCTV of states snooping on its citizens through the internet of Edward Snowden and his ilk giving us a glimpse of the chamber in the panopticon where reside the people that watch us If the novel had been called The Panopticon but the unit called Meadowside or some other bucolic fiction it would have heightened the gap between the perception of doing good for these abandoned kids and the reality of the care they are given not just by social workers and unit staff but by a society that has always preferred ironically not to see them


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  • ebook
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  • The Panopticon
  • Jenni Fagan
  • English
  • 10 July 2020
  • 9780385347877