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10 thoughts on “Extension du domaine de la lutte

  1. says:

    Endless AdolescenceMeh An amalgam of Harry Enfield as Kevin the Teenager , Charles Anthony Bruno Strangers on a Train , with a smackerol of Patrick Bateman American Psycho Praised in some quarters for its balance of philosophy and gritty dialogue, it s difficult to tell whether Whatever is really meant to be taken seriouslyand, if so, as what An angry, possibly psychotic 30ish IT nerd with an awkward...

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    The British translator or publisher should be beheaded for calling this book Whatever when its French title is something amazing like Extension of the Domain of the Struggle if we otherwise lived in a total utopia, I d say restoring the English translation s title to something closer to the original would be a major issue in this year s elections This one seemed at first like it was written by someone other than the masterful dude who did The Elementary Particles and The Possibility of an Island I blamed the translator at first, then Houellebecq s youth, and considered it in the 2 3 star range intemittently clever but otherwise eh But then the narrator goes to a club for young singles and things take off steam gathers, themes condense, the prose pushes ahead and doesn t just muse about the connection between moving furniture especially beds and suicide What s cool too is that ...

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    The pervasive emptiness of human life is the main theme of this book Thirty year old narrator is a computer engineer in France and he is living alone in his apartment In his spare time, he writes about animals, smokes four packs of cigarettes a day, has no friends, he has no sex life While reading, even if I am already 49, I could feel the narrator s loneliness I have all those he lacks, I write book reviews and read a lot and all those keep my idle mind busy when I am supposed to be relaxing We know that evil thoughts normally lurk in one s idle mind I am an I.T manager and have been in I.T or related fields for most of my 30 year corporate life I can say that I.T is oftentimes really a sad profession You deal with a machine every hour of your working day You make sure that it runs and your users are happy You make sure that the behavior of the program is predictable, efficient and repetitive You make sure that the reports the big shots in the company are accurate and always available at their fingertips.The narrator, in this first book by Michel Houllebecq, is an unnamed person does not find meaning in anything he does At 30, he is still a virgin and so he frequently masturbates along in his apartment Probably because of this, he finds women as pure sexual objects or object of his masturbatory fantasies Probably because of this, he has difficulty relatin...

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    A Naked Lunch minus all that heroin a Fight Club minus all the rambunctious spacemonkeys.A voice as singular and freshly French as Francoise Sagan s A Novella that is ambitious, small, bitter it hints at the horrible and barely ma...

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    You have this friend who works in IT He is rendered sick at the torturous formality and bureaucratic inevitability of existence, and slaps you on the face twice before bursting into tears You phone his friend Tisserand who is unbearably ugly and hits on you twice, for help You say You are so hideous, no woman would go anywhere near you, you disgusting pustule of a man Tisserand breaks down in tears but comes back with a brutal salvo You women are callous stiff planks who re only out for yourselves Or words to that effect But your friend who works in IT is looking extremely peaky He, naturally, has no problem getting laid despite his own physical shortcomings, i.e he looks like Michel Houellebecq but he does seem to be coming down with a bad case of lifesickness Clearly, traveling around France training people in IT packages is no sound basis for a life So your friend writes strange animal stories then checks himself into a psych ward You don t hear from him for a while, for he is a gone man A long gone man P.S Worst co...

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    This is my first Houellebecq so I still give him the benefit of doubt Even so since it s only his debut novel Poor writing and sexist A critique of society, that supposed to be his main forte, is flat and banal Yet another story about emptiness of corporate life and a guy that sees the point of life in love Love not meaning creating a partnership with a woman but simply fucking her In the same time constantly whining how the only woman in his life that mattered was selfish and damaged by sha...

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    1 Primo romanzo di Houellebecq, pubblicato in Francia nel 1994 Che a scriverlo sembra una vita fa Houellebecq aveva gi 38 anni 2 Di che parla una versione embrionale de Le particelle elementari Ci sono gi buona parte dei temi chiave dell autore.Asocialit , solitudine e mancanza d affetto, ricerca sessuale, misoginia, infelicit , angoscia.C qualcosa prendetelo con le pinze di C line, Camus, Bernhard.In breve una critica della societ contemporanea e della miseria umana.Sta parlando di noi, anche se buttiamo un occhio e poi ce ne andiamo facendo finta di niente 3 Merita S La prima parte, per me, ha qualche leggero passaggio a vuoto Qualche momento in cui ho avuto la sensazione di un opera per usare un termine iper abusato quando si fa riferimento a un esordio acerba La seconda parte decisamente pi definita e compatta In generale a vincere lo sguardo sincero, la capacit di scrivere quello che gli altri riescono solo a pensare Il disorientamento della grande citt Il farmi pensare Questo non sono io, ma non ne sono del tutto sicuro. 4 uno di quei libri che alcuni potrebbero trovare esagerato o esasperato Troppo disilluso, cinico, delirante, pessimista Aggiungo che ci sono anche diversi guizzi che, filtrati dall amarezza in cui sono immersi, strappano un sorriso 5 Il titolo splendido , che vuol dire All interno ...

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