Aug 20, Lin Karlsen rated it really liked it. The torrent it causes upshot a cataclysm which spares no one. Thousands of swirling, shattering, mirroring plots glimpsed through the rambles and rants of the narrator. Der Augenblick der Freiheit — Deutschland.

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Tesar Kanskje kjem eg att til denne seinare. Time and again I. Literature is a comfort. So do read this book. If books are the ambitious medium for somewhat deeper reflecting public, and not just a smooth bed time story, than this is a great one and we all should read more of similar.

One of my favorite authors when I was younger. It is, in fact, packed full of plots. The narrator is a court clerk, a servant of justice. They want food, insurmountable mountains ffreedom food. The writing is always sharp, specific, cutting. Does it make us responsible because we are expected to do something about it, like a simple thing of telling it to others?

He is writing a book called The History of Bestiality in which he tries to find personal meaning in the sea of bleak inhumanity that is post-war Europe: The whole picture is a soft, mild flicker of light and color; the white, clear afternoon light filters in through the window, dissolving all fixed objects, the bed, the bedclothes, the head and beard on the old, smiling man.

The History of Bestiality Trilogy 3 books. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. He began drinking when he was twelve, and he would often consume large amounts of wine when his parents were away. Or is freedom the right to exercise as much brutality? One gets transferred from one harsh reality to another and the journey appears ever so smooth because of the presence of dark humor, which is nothing but a deceitful trap of wrapping a straitjacket around the readers and incapacitating them for any stupid try of breaking away.

What Readers Are Saying What do you think? Aug 20, Lin Karlsen rated it really liked it. The world is full of stars and excrement. Humanity keeps dying and the cycle continues. And very very sad. I had picked this up from the library and was then disconcerted to discover the trilogy is woefully out-of-print and rather difficult to locate.

They want to eat the world, and to eat the world they must have all the money and all the things, all the cars and fur coats on the mometn. The tone, the humour, the justified bitterness, the technical skill on display…all served to get this novel freedlm under my skin in a very short time indeed.

Recommended to Rakhi by: To view it, click here. Wide-ranging, allusive, dreamy and then naturalistic, Moment of Freedom is a roller-coaster ride of a read.

Think of Sebald, Bernhard and Handke, authors who come to mind when reading this one, but there is a holding back in those books, a fear that freeom the thing too directly will ruin the art—that need to tell it slant.

At thirteen he attempted suicide by hanging himself. For many years I concealed my terrible deed behind the mask of modesty and humility. O all 17 comments. The other thing that almost wrecked this novel is that about toward the end it threatened to go all existentialist. Nov 14, Torsten rated it it was amazing Shelves: The world is my breakfast. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Beside him is a glass of wine. TOP Related Posts.


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Jan Sjavik From the Reviews: "Moment of Freedom marks a transition to an experimental form that serves as a vehicle for a personal artistic truth. That truth is unpleasant, as the narrator Similarly the illustrative quotes chosen here are merely those the complete review subjectively believes represent the tenor and judgment of the review as a whole. We acknowledge and remind and warn you that they may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure. No small part of the journey is a search for self, and elusive identity -- the question of "who I am" in all its senses -- one of the central motivating forces: Now if I could only remember my name!



Tesar Kanskje kjem eg att til denne seinare. Time and again I. Literature is a comfort. So do read this book.


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