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Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Mr. Jan 04, booklady rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , classic , religion , spiritual , worth-reading-over-and-over , hagiography , literature , , philosophy.
Blue is the anti-thesis of Jay Gatsby, the self-made millionaire. He is a radical Christian, a modern day, St. Francis of Assisi, who has decided to live the Gospel message come what may.
His story is devotedly told by his staunch friend, the book's narrator, who I found to be as sympathetic a character in his way as Blue was in his.
We don't learn very much about either of the book's only real personalities, Written in the 's, published at the same time as Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby , Mr.
We don't learn very much about either of the book's only real personalities, but somehow it doesn't seem to matter. Belief is what matters.
Belief and how we act on those beliefs. Blue believes money is to be spent or given away immediately.
His attitude toward finances and social responsibility would recognize a kindred spirit in St. Basil the Great when he wrote: "The bread you do not use is the bread of the hungry.
The garment hanging in your wardrobe is the garment of the person who is naked. The shoes you do not wear are the shoes of the one who is barefoot.
The money you keep locked away is the money of the poor. The acts of charity you do not perform are the injustices you commit. Throughout the book, he kept urging J.
Blue blue-jay? A memorable read. View all 6 comments. Oct 13, Jeff Miller rated it it was amazing. Review coming.
View all 4 comments. Nov 04, Audrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: catholic-fiction , catholic , read-for-school , american-literature.
Written by screenwriter Myles Connolly, this gem of a story tells the fictional account of a twentieth-century Francis of Assisi—a man who embodied the radical joy and demands of the Gospel in his own day.
Published just three years after The Great Gatsby , the introduction describes J. Deeds Goes to Town hide spoiler ]. Blue is the best kind of misfit, a man characterized by selfless generosity and oblivious to his own magnanimous persona.
He wanders around New York befriending all people—regardless of economic status, ethnicity, or religion—because he sees them for their true worth: as created and loved by God.
For example, he does not just help the poor. He believes that they are ennobled and enriched, that they have irreplaceable gifts to offer.
In true Franciscan style, he even chooses to become one with them by denouncing material possessions.
This short book is a refreshing reminder of what it means to truly be a Christian. After the accident, it indirectly asks: do you judge this man?
Anything I write here, I think the book says better. Furthermore, Blue is still a human, even if he's a saint, and the book doesn't shy away from revealing his struggles and conflicts.
This story is a refreshing antidote to radical individualism, a beautiful portrait of the simple authenticity of faith stripped bare to its foundation.
Beyond the story itself, I enjoyed learning more about Myles Connolly; the Loyola Classics edition includes some great biographical information.
Oct 04, Dorinda rated it did not like it Shelves: abandoned. Controversial Pres. ONly one of his many categorical pronouncements.
Tried to read it Not interesting enough to hold interest and too self-consciously pretentious to struggle with.
Favorable comparisons with The Great Gatsby merely delusions of ransom reviewers. Gatsby has basis to sue. Oct 20, Kathi rated it really liked it.
I found this small inspirational book when I was a teenager, and never forgot Mr. Blue, the eccentric main character who lived his short life marveling at the universe and praising the God who made it.
Blue is smitten by movies, the new medium at the time. In my favorite chapter, he narrates an idea that he has for a movie plot. It was that plot that I recalled to my husband one day not long ago, and was my reminiscence that led my husband to find and order the book it was not even found on Amazon!
I will not spoil this subplot of Mr. Blue by telling that story, but I will publicly thank my husband for following Mr. Thank you, Myles Connelly.
Thank you, my dear Bill. View 2 comments. Feb 07, Julie Failla Earhart rated it liked it. For February, I picked a short novel that has been print continuously since it was originally published in As Myles Connolly wrote him, J.
I had to have it. He also called Blue a modern St. Basically Blue is a free spirit, one who is more interested in God and the Earth than in following a strict set of guidelines that the human race places upon itself.
He takes a vow of poverty and chases that vow with abandon. Oct 06, Stephanie rated it did not like it. My edition of this book by Myles Connolly is a really cute, small paperback, and delightful to carry around, but the contents disappointed me.
I think it was the loneliness of the main character that left me empty. He is a young man in New England who takes the commands of Jesus seriously, to sell everything you have and give to the poor, to forsake the normal path of security and comfort for a greater purpose.
You sense that he is well-liked by everyone, but you hardly ever meet any of the peopl My edition of this book by Myles Connolly is a really cute, small paperback, and delightful to carry around, but the contents disappointed me.
You sense that he is well-liked by everyone, but you hardly ever meet any of the people that he helps. The introduction to this book compares Mr.
Blue to Jay Gatsby. To me, Blue just seems incomplete. Dec 18, Lenny rated it really liked it Shelves: read. A story about a selfless man with a beautiful outlook on God, love, and the world around us.
A lot could be learned from a man named Blue. This is really really boring. Oct 16, Graychin rated it it was ok. There are a few good passages, mostly toward the beginning.
But it reads too much like a notebook Connolly might have kept for a novel he wanted to write but never really got around to.
Connolly indulges in some cheap moves. He does a lot of telling us, adjectivally, what kind of person Blue is, but not a lot of showing. The narrator is problematic in a similar way.
Jan 02, Clement rated it it was amazing. Myles Connolly's book Mr. Blue is a strange little book. I originally gave this four stars thinking in my mind that it deserved three and a half but, after a few days, I still haven't been able to get certain passages from Mr.
Blue or the reckless enthusiasm, passion, and dreams of the main character, J. Blue, out of my mind. In retrospect, I think, the problem is that I wanted J.
Blue, the character, to be a perfect manifestation of Christ or of what I think a saint should be right from the s Myles Connolly's book Mr.
Blue, the character, to be a perfect manifestation of Christ or of what I think a saint should be right from the start of the novel but, Connolly frustratingly and, ultimately, rightly makes him so human.
Blue's reckless enthusiasm, passion, joy, and dreams are not only admirable but, also contagious and desirable; however, his lack of responsibility, little petty selfish moments, and his critical nature in the early chapters of the book were so frustrating but, perhaps that's because Connolly knew and was trying to detail the winding journey it takes to become a saint, the how of J.
Blue's reckless enthusiasm, passion, joy, and dreams ultimately bearing saintly fruit in a practical humble manifestation that actually demonstrates Christ's love as seen in the last chapters of the novel.
Blue is a book I will revisit someday, if only just for J. Blue's awesome science-fiction motion picture plot idea that he shares in the third chapter of the novel to the novel's narrator, and, for the fact that it has made me wrestle, I've now given it five stars.
Jun 23, J rated it it was ok Shelves: catholic-reading. Originally published in and short pgs. Critical reviews called this one of the most important modern Catholic books of our times!
Lots to be excited about as I picked up this novel However, as I read, it got worse and worse. At moments, it was interesting but the content was inconsistent and the story line erratic.
The writing was sometimes non-sequitur and nonsensical. It is culturally stuck in 's ragtime America. For such a short book, I had to work to finish it.
Typically Jesu Originally published in and short pgs. Typically Jesuit - intellectually eccentric and borderline heretical. I was not in love with Mr.
Blue's character and do not consider him a modern day saint. Oct 28, Isabella rated it it was amazing Shelves: own. I was speaking to a recently ordained priest the other day and asked him how he discerned to be a priest.
He said the first time he thought about it was after reading Mr. Blue so I took it off my "to read" shelf and read it. It is very inspiring and a short, yet meaningful read.
I have a very old edition with the. Aug 27, Sandy Lane rated it liked it. I found this book while cleaning out my kids rooms.
It started out promising with several highlighted quotes and great takeaways. And then is got a bit rambling and I was missing the point on Mr.
Basically supposed to mirror the actions of a modern day Jesus. Almost a 2 star but takeaways in the beginning pushed it to 3.
Oct 23, Earl rated it it was amazing Shelves: fiction. I consider this as a sort-of parting gift by the late great Fr. Archie Intengan, S.
It tells the story of what the Christian faith truly is, and why this is all the more important in our contemporary situation.
Apr 14, Robert Stanley rated it it was amazing. Read early in my life, the near-crazy exhilaration of Mr. Blue's living has been a continuous spark.
I didn't outwardly express this crazy-free spirit, but I kept in hidden within. It gives a person some courage I think. Aug 08, Anita rated it really liked it.
Not for everyone, but very thought-provoking in a philosophical kind of way It will stay with me. A slim, Chestertonesque novella that reads like an investigative hagiography of a modern day saint.
Mar 23, Margaret Hovestadt rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical-fiction , catholic , classics , bookshelf.
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