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To ask other readers questions about J. It’s more of a nothing happens in th I’m not sure if anyone is going to be swayed by my saying this, but either way: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Im really tired of It’s bound to happen, because one reads too much. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I don’t think I would want to read a lot in this style. Now that he has won the Nobel Prize in the meantime, I have discovered my mistake and thought about reading one of his famous novels.
Approche du continent invisible. Si potrebbe definirlo un esistenzialista, alcune digressioni filosofiche lo suggeriscono, seguirlo nei suoi processi mentali a volte risulta ostico ma le descrizioni e la resa degli spezzoni di chiacchere inutili dei passanti o dei curiosi in caso d’incidente, l’osservazione dei “riti” di shopping ed aperitivi della gente “normale”, colpiscono ed affondano chiunque, almeno con me ha funzionato.
Among the bizarre, vebral set pi Starts with with some wonderfully tactile passages as the story opens in a young man’s hideaway in a beach house on a hill, description so thick it feels like a Wes Anderson movie. The Interrogation is an unstable novel; it constantly surprises. Das Protokoll – Deutschland.
Published July 14th by Simon Schuster first published Clearly the protagonist is insane but the world is shown to be as well. Fideelski rated it liked it Jan 13, I know we’re all more or less literary, but it won’t do prices longer. Normally, one should be able to enjoy better one work after the passing of years has added wisdom, perspective and more understanding. Alas… The highlight and Supreme Moment of bliss comes when Adam sees an old person struggling to move ahead.
Interestingly, he does admit: The Interrogation by J. But process the whole he’s getting quite good at living for the moment. The word death must be one of the most used words in this book which is something I found oddly comforting. He has a negative inkling that something bad will happen to him like death.
Suddenly, the merely phenomenological Adam Pollo we had known before becomes an intellectual familiar with Ruysbroek, the Inca, and a whole slew of mystics and philosophers. Clezo Lord, vefbal phoney it all is!
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Saying almost anything about Parmenides is a controversial oversimplification http: I sincerely hope his books gets better as his career progresses considering he won the Nobel for Literature.
View all 4 comments. Le Clezio is the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. Jul 22, Sharon rated it did not like it.
All of life, that is, except the society of his own species — and so the story ends. Jan 23, Heleen rated it liked it. We could argue that there are two different readers, considering the statement of Proust that we become various people over the years.
The Interrogation – Canada. Dec 23, William2 marked it as to-read Shelves: It’s also illuminating to consider writers will have gotten the prize but haven’t stood the test of time.
Life isn’t logical, perhaps it’s a kind of disorder of the consciousness.
He tries to separate himself from everyday life in order to take everything he sees in. And yet how could one not be drawn to an author who vrbal with a self-deprecating preface in which he apologizes for the book in hand, and promises to do better next time, perhaps wit Visionary Madness J. His remarkable first book will soon be published all over the world and much more will be said.
The Interrogation – UK. He gets into meaningless conversations with strangers, or overhears scraps of dialogue and has them pullulate in his mind.
Adam Pollo is a crazy person who obsesses on an unifying principle of everything in one moment and the next is obsesses with details of everything. Adam plays with being infinite by mediating and obliterating the self therefore becoming nothing and everything the same time. He breaks into an empty seaside villa.