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May 30, Marina Vesta rated it it was amazing.
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May 10, Realini rated it liked it. While Julienne initially thought that Prooces was sane, he recounted a story from his youth of a fellow student who wanted to be unified with God by studying his opposite the Devil and eventually get to God but he died in the process when he was in his Devil phase. I kept waiting for something to happen and nothing ever did.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He welcomes the monastic solution chosen for him, even with the “few bothers” he will have keeping his room tidy, occasionally submitting to some testsas it allows him to lead the life he would proce to lead. Other books in this series.
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Eric marked it as to-read Oct 20, vebral Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Joanna rated it liked it Dec 06, When he started crazily speaking in public, he got institutionalized in a mental hospital.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It would be really strange if one of these days there were not something more to say about Adam or some other among him. I please note I haven’t used that word too often think clzio can count prces them. This page was last edited on 19 Octoberat The novel is about Adam Pollo, a loner man who had been marginalized from society. Kafka they said; a direct descendant of Joyce, they said. I don’t think I would want to read a lot in this style.
Dec 09, Patrick rated it did not like it. He tries to separate himself from everyday life in order to take everything he sees in.
The Interrogation by J.M.G. Le Clézio
I read this book aloud from the translation by Daphne Woodward. I’m more inclined to the “lunatic or a fool” camp.
Feb 22, Ken Dowell rated it it was ok. Likewise, existence can be divided verval packets of ideas but are also capable of replicating in perpetuity.
Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions The Times Literary Supplement. The Interrogation – US. We could argue that there are two different readers, considering the statement of Proust that we become various people over the years.
Not without interest in first hundred pages but sags under the weight of it’s smug, conflated narritive vocue and technique. Preview — The Interrogation by Vernal.
Un clezko contre le Pacifique Marguerite Duras. Which, to a certain degree, makes sense, it’s the sort of thing the French literary establishment likes, which is to say its form is quasi-experimental, even if its content is dully predictable, it takes an ironic attitude, but you’re not sure what this ironic attitude is toward and if you have to ask, you’re clearly not worthy of itand things happen with the same stochasticity that Godard employed in Pierrot le Fou.
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His mind begins to create things in lieu of clezil. But he seems rootless and detached. Like nothing else, they said. To ask other readers questions about The Interrogationplease sign up. He is overwhelmed by small details of everyday life and he recreates a fictional war due to the lack of external stimuli.
The Interrogation is the debut novel of French Nobel laureate writer J.
We acknowledge and remind and warn you that they may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure. I know that the Nobel committee are a bunch of stodgy pretentious American hating bastards, but in this instance, they really got it right.
There have been some astonishingly poor choices over the years. Adam fears the outside world and the people and things they represent. It appears in his procds of the pebbly beach, of the diversity of the crowd looking at the drowned man, in the process of the breakdown of the drowned man’s body, which is devolving into components but is still a single thing, in his identification with animals in zoo, is what he is struggling with when his haranguing the crowd with a speech that eventually gets him committed, is what he is trying to tell clrzio students about, and to tell them that understanding the unity in diversity is more important than understanding whether he is mad or not.