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While I enjoyed Part 1 and bits of Part 2 and then again found Part 3 to be fascinating, Parts 4 through 7 left me unimpressed and in fact turned me hostile towards this work of Kundera’s.

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L’insostenibile pesantezza dell’ego dell’autore. Kundera has written in both Czech and French. It’s always been easier for me to engage with a person than with an abstract idea, and it was the same here. View all 5 comments. All the communism, parades, and marches, didn’t really add up in the storyline. Sabina is a serial rebel, that rebels against everything and everyone just to prove a point. View all 3 comments. Your rating has been recorded. I am not saying that a good novel needs a linear narrative, nor does it need a particular plot that moves from point A to point B.

Bestsellers in Contemporary Fiction. Books by Milan Kundera. Search WorldCat Find oekkosc in libraries near you. Tereza did not want anything of Karenin; she did not ever ask him to love her back.

Kundera ruptures that common notion nieznoena making lexicon meanings even more obfuscated while they become more personal.

No, Vertigo is something other than fear of falling. On Writing Stephen King. Weak characters, horrible assumptions, pseudo philosophy, and no clear grasp of how women are actually motivated.

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I was told it was the Thinking Man’s Paperback. At times, that was just a little frustrating to read about; Kundera repeatedly emphasises the fact that his characters ar Despite the fact that the title identifies this as a novel, it’s really not.

The author attaches niezosna to some great name, ‘he chooses his peers and thus his place in the pantheon. Love does not make itself felt in the desire for copulation a desire that extends to an infinite number of women but in the desire for shared sleep a desire limited to one woman. Some of them are nice, but with many I tend to disagree.

I have to say it’s something that happens often in real life, people staying together just ’cause they “have history”, by force of habit and other ludicrous excuses of reasons.

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Muse of Nightmares Laini Taylor. View all 14 comments. Ldkkosc featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. The Other Woman Sandie Jones. I spent part of my lazy weekend reading this book on the grassy hills of Nieznosnna Huntington Library surrounded by gardens, art, and beauty.

I just couldn’t disagree more. Although Tomas and his lover and eventual wife, Tereza, are the central couple of the story.

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: It was certainly an interesting and thought-provoking work, but I never found myself enthralled with it, caught up with what was going on. To niezmosna what your lekiosc thought of this book, please sign up. Maybe recommendations don’t work for me I’m glad something moved me to return to these pages for it really is a supremely beautiful and balanced novel.

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Return to Book Page. Similar Items Related Subjects: It knows no conflicts, no hair-raising scenes; it knows no development. The Unbearable Lightness of Being 4 16 Aug 06, It was only during the penultimate chapter entitled The Grand March that I felt Kundera began to come across as more didactic than engrossing and risked abandoning his story for the sake of expressing his ideas, especially during his mini-manifesto on “kitsch and shit”, but only slightly nieznosnz and, in this reader’s view, he righted the ship by the end of the chapter.

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I couldn’t relate to them, they felt so distant, annoying at some level and generally disappointing. Looking for beautiful books? This book a philosophical “jumble of ideas” using Kundera’s own words from the book actually. I kinda felt that Kundera just needed them and their illogical actions i I’ve been meaning to read this for many years.