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[Reading] ➶ Sin By Andrej Nikolaidis – Camberleyhotel.co.uk Mentre un incendio divora l’uliveto di famiglia un giovane scrittore ripercorre anni di liti domestiche dal rapporto conflittuale con il padre fino al recente abbandono della moglie Braccato da simiMentre un incendio divora l’uliveto di famiglia un giovane scrittore ripercorre anni di liti domestiche dal rapporto conflittuale con il padre fino al recente abbandono della moglie Braccato da simili pensieri fugge verso il centro di Dulcigno antica potenza navale ormai ridotta a parco giochi per tu.

Risti con l’unico intento di rimediare una sbronza colossale Ma una parata di personaggi grotteschi lo costringerà a ritornare al fulcro di ogni sua ossessione il padreuesta travolgente e dissacrante parabola sui rapporti umani è valsa a Nikolaidis l’European Union Prize for LiteratureAndrej Niko.

Sin PDFRisti con l’unico intento di rimediare una sbronza colossale Ma una parata di personaggi grotteschi lo costringerà a ritornare al fulcro di ogni sua ossessione il padreuesta travolgente e dissacrante parabola sui rapporti umani è valsa a Nikolaidis l’European Union Prize for LiteratureAndrej Niko.

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PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Andrej Nikolaidis was born in 1974 in Sarajevo to a mixed Montenegrin Greek family Until the age of six he lived in the city of Ulcinj where he returned in 1992 after the war in Bosnia erupted Since 1994 he has written for regional independent and liberal media as well as for cultural magazines He is considered by many to be one of the most influential intellectuals of the younger generati

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  1. S̶e̶a̶n̶ S̶e̶a̶n̶ says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFLess digressive than The Coming but still loose in its plot and aimless in its distracted stroll toward yet another mildly revelatory closing It sort of reads like one of Thomas Bernhard's monologists narrating a perverse satire of Dickens' A Christmas Carol set in post Communist Montenegro And Bernhard is in fact name checked here Darkly amusing at times but in general a rather bleak affair One moment of blind faith in anything even in the most utter nonsense brings a person happiness than all the reason and knowledge in the world; for reason and knowledge do nothing but destroy any possibility of happiness and reveal everything we've tried to link our life to as worthless That's why we float like balloons bloated to bursting point with reason just waiting for the moment when one tiny extra bit of knowledge will blow us to smithereens – when our body as fragile as the membrane of a balloon explodes fr


  2. Guy Guy says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFThe Son a novel by Andrej Nikolaidis opened with a uote by Thomas Bernhard I took that as a good sign and possibly an indicator of things to come Would the novel be morose yet shaped by grim humour? I hoped so and my expectations were met amply in this dour yet bleakly funny book Author Andrej Nikolaidis was born in 1974 and brought up in Sarajevo BosniaHerzegovina but is of Greek Montenegrin background In 1992 Nikolaidis and his family moved to Ulcinj in MontenegroThe narrator of the book is a nameless writer and as the title indicates he’s the son of a “blighted family” He lives in isolation on a hillside in the middle of his family’s olive grove “fifty hectares of viper and boar infested scrub blocking our view of the sea” He hasn’t seen or spoken to his father who’s in bed ”paralyz


  3. Joseph Schreiber Joseph Schreiber says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFI wrote about this book in conjunction with Bernhard's Gargoyles here Bernhard is a huge influence and an imagined presence in this book


  4. Ilana Ilana says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFI´ve heard than once that the relationship with your parents influences at a great extent the way you relate to the world and other humans in general I am not convinced about that in my case but The Son by Andrej Nikolaidis originally published in Montenegrin as Sin translated by


  5. Anne Anne says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFThe narrator of The Son is not doing so well His wife just left him and as the story starts his greatuncle's orchard in which the narrator lives burns down To get away from the commotion he moves through the Montenegrin city of Ulcinj at night where he meets all kinds of strange figuresThis setup could still mean it can be any kind of story It could be a story of heartbreak a comedy the philosophical reflections of a man who has lost too much too uickly Instead The Son is a strange and darkly funny book about a misanthrope who turns his evident except to him self hatred inside out and despises every person and thing around him For me the humour was good but the structure felt too loose most of the time and some things just didn't make sense For example the stranger who randomly knows everything about his life and h


  6. Serena Serena says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFA brief but clear and valuable read and useful to pick up something from a part of the world I know little about I did pick up some useful history eg the Montenegrin army climbing a hill in Ulcinj to take the city from the Turks and I really enjoyed the mixed parade of characters the narrator comes across from Djuro's daughters to the Kosovan family the latter by far being my favourite There is cynicism then pessimism and then there's this book Luckily the disgust expressed by the narrator throughout does invoke a form of fascination and bizarre humour rather than making you wallow in depression I personally thought the passage where he has intellectualised pornography to the point of not enjoying it was great and very amusing I thought the translation does a really good job of capturing that dry derisive toneSome great notes by Swiftly Tiltin


  7. Rob Forteath Rob Forteath says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFIt is a very good thing that this book is short because any would be too muchFor most of the book the character


  8. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDF35 stars


  9. Tonymess Tonymess says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFIt’s been an insane time here at Messenger’s Booker with outside pressures curtailing my reading not to mention my reviews here So it is about time I got my life back in order and returned to blogging about books in translationMy latest read again comes from Istros Books park of their “Best Balkan Books” Series “The Son” by Andrej NikolaidisHowever little we expect of life it gives us even less Disappointment is inevitable and not even the complete absence of hope can free us of itSo here’s a warning are you after a


  10. Caroline Caroline says:

    PDF camberleyhotel.co.uk î Sin ePUB ☆ Sin PDFVery bleak What are we to do with this? No stars doesn’t mean it’s terrible it means I don’t have a basis or the interest to assign stars


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