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The serious interior monologues that these characters fill these pages with left me scratching my head in puzzled frustration.

Kundera comes through as ,ekkosc Czech Alessandro Baricco: A better author with an interesting message and a compelling story could perhaps use such devices for improving the book.

If it is supposed to be ‘post-modern’, well, ok, then.

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This kind of sex obfuscation, and the naming after an important character created by a famous author with an equally fascinating real life history is never done as an accident. And all the sexual descriptions weren’t really necessary, but maybe that is part of what makes this book so popular?! For the th plus time her husband’s life is repeatedly referred to as a series of obediently erotic adventures? I’d want my time back that I wasted reading this book if it weren’t for the fact that it put me such a mood as to enjoy ranting about a couple of its weaker points.

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If one hovers one’s cursor over the stars, it is apparent that we are rating the extent to which we actually liked the book.

This time the high rating is not an indication of whether I liked this primarily philosophical and literary book. An ugly naked emperor who believes himself dressed in Couture as Truth and Art, instead of juvenile thrills?

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It is beautiful and ,undera full of rich metaphors and unapologetic in their use. What has always stuck with me lekksc the first reading is Kundera’s explanation of how “men who pursue a multitude of women fit neatly into two categories. Yet they do find some strength in love and do all they can to hold on to it.

Sabina Derek de Lint But after reading about Tereza sniffing him like a dog quote! Time is precious, read something else.

Nieznośna lekkość bytu by Milan Kundera (2 star ratings)

It is to the detriment of his writing. I just saw the movie based on the book.

Her pursuit of ‘lightness’ meant having hundreds of lovers. There are such beautiful lines along the way that I am not quoting for the fear of having to choose.

The Engineer Tomasz Borkowy I think perhaps he did not have enough faith in his readers, and would rather they heard his point rather than the beauty of his prose. View all 6 comments. I found the work to be pretentious, a porridge of philosophical and artistic name dropping mixed into prose that seemed unexceptional. However, the conclusion or end result or feeling IS quite clear, even if the process to get there is a complete mystery.

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Ideally, that would be like Monty Python’s Greeks vs. Once we agree that what is light and what is heavy is a completely subjective and relative concept, the whole idea puffs away into thin air. Glenna Lee I definitely feel this way! The worst is that he can’t remember them all. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet!

Movie Anniversaries for February Daniel Day-Lewis plays his part with such realism, that he seems almost not to be acting. If it is a particularly good philosopher, we expect the philosopher to support his position with facts, science, and examples from history.

No, Vertigo is something other than fear of falling. Trivia About The Unbearable Li Despite all that, again, I do love some bits of his writing, the questions he introduces are important and interesting and things I’ve never thought of before.