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What is more, hygiene matters aside, I thought this book was very poorly written, but then I don’t know if that’s the author or the translator’s fault. She grew up in a rather alternative cultural environment in a Charlotte Elisabeth Grace Roche is a British-born German television presenter, actress, singer and author. Open Preview See a Problem? She grew up in a rather alternative cultural environment in a family with liberal views. She spends much of the novel trying to bring her divorced parents back together, while struggling to reconcile herself to an horrifying childhood incident: To view it, click here.
Read this book while on vacation. And, I can offer you the following guidelines: However, what caused an unbelievable fuzz ten years ago was how it’s written.
I’m not rochhe a loathsome lead — heck, I just finished feuchtgebietd great book about a pedophile — but I am against a loathsome lead that is this contrived. While initially I applauded the boldness with which she roce about the female body, all orifices and secretions, the complete lack of self-consciousness she has toward her body, the way she embraces each and every aspect, nook and cranny so to speak, and all manner of secretions, it finally seemed she has no more to tell us than this: To distract herself, the precocious teen begins to explore her body, recounting her sexual encounters and ruminate on her parents’ divorce.
Oh my good God. Paperbackpages. Which, in microcosm, was exactly how I felt about Wetlands itself. Roche, who is bilingual in English and German, is the daughter of an engineer and a politically and artistically active mother.
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Her secret plan is to reunite her father and mother by having them visit her at the same time. Helen doesn’t know what her father does rocue a living and she resents her mother for attempting to kill her younger brother while failing to commit suicide.
According to her, we are all slaves of hygiene, except for her, who’s a maverick of dirtiness.
I can only tell you that, as with rocue vain boasting of all 18 year-olds who are still a few years away from realizing that just because they’ve never thought of something before, it doesn’t mean no one has, it is much less shocking than it tiresome. And, while I don’t want to get into a whole big thing, I would like to suggest that if you think the greatest gifts you have to offer are your multitude of orifices and that you can have an orgasm simply by taking it up the ass, you maybe are not engaging with the world from a position of power.
Eiterpickel,Popel, Smegma, Mitesser, Blutkrusten usw… bitte nicht entsorgen sondern oral recyceln.
I can only recommend this book to those charlorte a strong constitution and possibly an even stronger stomach.
In this, her first novel, theres experimentation. It has a lot of downfalls. To distract herself, the precocious teen begins to explore her body, recount This was torturous. And she has a crush on a nurse that begins when she asks him to photograph her wound after surgery. She wants love; she wants her parents together.
Thus having successfully extended her stay, she waits in vain for her miracle to happen: She loves to attract potential sexual partners by parading, goche her dress, her unwashed vulva and the smells emanating from it. In the end, we do realize Helen has a fharlotte of a human side, knowing her feelings about what her mother did, although how she left the hospital room was a bit unnerving.
Shortly after her 18th birthday she had herself sterilised without telling her parents about it. There were some parts that actually had me laughing out loud though, kind of in a Laurie Notaro-ridiculousness kind of way.
Charlotte Roche – Feuchtgebiete
Jetzt frage ich mich, warum so ein Hype um das Buch gemacht wurde. Offend and be disgusting, and not particularly cleverly.
I can’t say I liked this book, I can’t even say I hated it. It was absolutely disgusting and made me cringe at most points and laugh at a few, but I was still strangely intrigued by this book.
I have got to say that the review chalotte very accurate as I couldn’t help but feel sick to my stomach while reading the story. I’m embarrassed that I got sucked in by the chatter: I thought it was honest, I thought it was funny, Doche thought it was sad. Roche writes in German, so I’ve no doubt that something was missing in translation, even if just a bit of readability.
It was so refreshing to read something so in-your-face about the female body. Nov 14, Anne rated it did not like it Shelves: Although, part way through reading, I wouldn’t have been surprised if the book had ended with her tucking into a glass of piss and a shit sandwich. She left school after the 11th grade, at the age of