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Daigor Product details Paperback Publisher: Jelinek has created a powerful and interesting narrative voice which I believe only a woman is capable of having. Nov 22, Sebadiaz rated it really liked it. Deseo : Elfriede Jelinek : I was going through a weird funk and this book just made that funk that much more pronounced. I might return to this. Clearly I am no longer of the patriarchal and consumer-driven society I have been born into, and I desei done my utmost to insure http: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
On almost every page men and women being caught up in superficial looks and pretentious appearances are shown as contagious diseases prevalent throughout our consumer-driven societies. I think Jelinek is the only person who understands it completely and perfectly. But the dear women are so attached to elfriere So not my thing. She has been at the mercy of hands and tongues… And for some of us having been roughly groped and fondled like this would be just what we have wanted.
Of which ample need impels all of us to consider. The gargantuan number of orifices filled and splayed seem almost hilarious and often delightfully insane. To label her one is totally unfair.
Return to Book Page. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Si esta es la novela de una autora feminista, sobre una mujer abusada en una sociedad auto-represiva, no hay forma de que sea agradable al lector. And where we might also discover why her violence is most driven. Aug 09, justin louie rated it it was amazing. They are so repetitive and really get on to your nerves towards the end. But perhaps eflriede still has something new and yet unheard of to say? Se ha hecho carne y habitado entre nosotros.
ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Mentioned that I wanted to read Women as Lovers and Carol sent this to me par poste or maybe when we were in Lodi?
A husband who uses her every hole to fill and gorge with his own juices dsseo then leaves her soiled and bent with nary a kiss goodbye is still not enough abuse for her so Gerti ventures out to seek desfo in the shape and forms of youth that are now and forever escaping her. Para que el hombre pueda dedicarse a la Naturaleza.
The relationships are all antagonistic and power-based. Elfriede Jelinek is the kind of writer, who makes you feel ashamed for not knowing the language a book was originally written. Oct 07, Olethros rated it liked it. TOP Related Articles.
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Sitting down this autumn to the work of transposing all my hand-written work from last summer onto my computer I am somewhat surprised at how relevant this particular work of Elfriede Jelinek is to what I myself had been impelled to write about. Reading for me is far more than a diversion from my life. This novel makes me think. Clearly I am no longer of the patriarchal and consumer-driven society I have been born into, and I have done my utmost to insure against my falling back into what I so laboriously rid myself of further becoming. Yes, I am married to a woman I have sex with, but never a day passes in which I am not grateful for her and what she does for me. I never feel entitled to anything awarded me except for the continuance of a fair shake and honest relationship.
This shit is bleak. She wants the young man Michael and not the rest of what comes with him. Reading for me is far more than a diversion from my life. Es un tipo que ejerce su violencia como se lo permite su valor en la sociedad: This is a magnificent piece of art, but there are very few people I would recommend read this book, though it was recommended to me by my Uncle. Two-thirds through this generously elongated tirade marks a new measure of tiredness.