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Fatma Magdy Magdy itibaren Lashburn, SK S0M, Kanada

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Çoğunlukla sevmediğim çok geometrik ve bloklu.

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iyi, güçlü bitirir. sevgi ve felsefeye aydınlatıcı ve esprili bakış

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The beginning of this novel is amazing. By the end meanings whirl and fly apart and it becomes difficult to find cohesion in Darrieussecq's world. I love that she is interested in palpable absences, like staring into the gaping hole of a wound. In an interview she says: "The unsaid is that which advances literature, that which it explores as a virgin or submerged land. Ghosts are born of the unsaid. Children are particularly sensitive to them: they hear the specters shake their chains in the attic, they believe in monsters under the bed, they notice the stirring of creatures in the cupboards…What is hidden from them is always concerning death or sexuality: and these fundamental questions, passed in silence, oblige them to structure themselves using ghosts, to trust their imaginations to clarify the world... Fantastic literature is the fear of the dark which is rediscovered by adults. With regards to conjugal, familial, and social scales, what happens silently makes itself heard in one way or another: it is a map of psychoanalysis. To write is to give a voice to ghosts." http://www.uri.edu/artsci/ml/durand/d... If you are a student of literature or creative writing, this is a great example of a novel being given a layer of poetry and substance by drawing on critical theory (though of course that makes it a novel that is not for everyone).

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Somehow, everyone who hasn't read this book has strong opinions about it. I'm sure if I thought hard about it, I'd find lots wrong with it, but right now I'm inclined to recommend it to YA fans.

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Good ole Clive Cussler book. Not high art, but a fun read.