Los cuentos siniestros kobo abe books. Los cuentos siniestros has ratings and 22 reviews. Fernando said: Kobo Abe supo transformarse en un escritor muy . Los Cuentos Siniestros: Abe Kobo: Books – Libros de Segunda Mano (posteriores a ) – Literatura – Narrativa – Otros: Kobo abe – los cuentos siniestros – eterna cadencia editora-. Compra, venta y.
|Published (Last):||26 November 2009|
|PDF File Size:||18.45 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||4.46 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Actually, what I ask of you is quite something else again. Jul 29, Dead John Williams rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 13 comments. Face of Another is a kind of post-Kafka take on the experiment gone wrong sinifstros of Wells and Stevenson. Otro punto escabroso y que no tiene nada que ver con lo kafkiano es la serie de diversos experimentos sexuales que se realizan en el hospital.
Of all the great Japanese novelists, Kobe Abe was indubitably the most versatile. Oh, and of course being himself check too. Oct 23, Nathanimal rated it it was amazing.
Kōbō Abe (1924–1993)
Or it would be an ordinary face but the moment it is looked at, the features would blur out until they are gone completely. The Face of Another mobo a story of metamorphosis from normal to monstrous, a Jekyll and Hyde story, an ill state that is directly in opposition to an idyll one. What has actually happened and who is missing? I’m pretty flabbergasted at the moment. This book is a Japanese classic by Kobo Abe who expresses the need for ‘masks’ in an eloquent and poignant way.
I won’t say how because it’s one of the best body horror parts of the story, but the horse has another person’s sinieetros half grafted onto his body to get a spare penis to cure his impotence, and if that sounds crazy to sinietros, it’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. However being kkobo Kobo Abe book it was never going to be that simple. I’ll read as much more as I can, frankly savoring the challenge and the vitally intense atmosphere, but not in any way savoring it as a story or sjniestros. It is just the right size, and just the right weight, and just the right paper and just the right type! And maybe, dreaming too much and keeping the binds of ignorance within ourselves might come to a certain instance that once we were set free, we’ll get shocked to the horrors chentos reality.
You can examine and separate out names. I think it is a wonderful concept and a great effort but really taps into some deep surreal themes very matter-of-factly which creates more confusion than closure. On the other hand it was quite readable so I continued. Great novel if you like personal contemplations, boring if you are looking for entertainment. Generally I’m intrigued with his kono which have a very surreal feel to them.
The writing is desciptive, but it is wasted on the mundane, the seedy urban filth of The biggest mystery contained in this novel is why E Dale Saunders felt it was necessary to translate it into Kovo.
Abe suggests that within the seemingly normal external self solemnly lurks the internal alien. Dengan topeng tampan tersebut, ia merasa mampu menaklukan kembali seorang perempuan yang memberhalakan wajah, yaitu mantan istrinya.
Kōbō Abe | LibraryThing
The narrator is a scientist hideously deformed in a laboratory accident—a man who has lost his face and, lobo it, his connection to other people. Whatever Actually, what I ask of you is quite something else again. Don’t get me wrong, I liked it, but it just wasn’t the same Abe I have enjoyed so much in his previous novels.
In the third part he talks about him seducing his wife.
American Academy of Arts and Letters [ ]. They are timeless and universal. Events on LibraryThing Local.
All in all a brilliant book and definitely a book that will make you read it again and again and each time it will surely show you oobo you hadn’t noticed before. I can hardly believe that the face is so important to a man’s existence. A hard boiled noir detective story where t “But supposing, as with the town on the plateau, every face which I should know were to change into unknown strangers, what then?
Most of the characters are extremely odd, complex and interesting. The book follows an unnamed detective on a missing persons case that leads him to such savory encounters as with the leader of a male prostitution ring, a swarmy voyeur who commits suicide and the client without any personality who drinks in her house all day.
You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data.
Mar 22, mwr rated it it siniesttos amazing Shelves: One of most inviting aspects to reading The Ruined Map is that it is, essentially, a mystery novel. There’s a noir vibe to the investigative aspect, and the book definitely shares some DNA with Cronenberg’s Videodrome with its body horror element and pr This book is often compared with The Trial by Kafka, and like that book, I’d sinlestros that this one is strange, messy, and brilliant, weaving a tapestry of complex and sometimes perplexing themes around a simple enough premise – a man navigating a labyrinthine hospital in search of his wife who was taken there by two EMTs in the middle of the night.
But on the whole it didn’t hold my interest. As he does, however, he becomes deeper entrenched in the labyrinth sex research hospital, until his initial goals of finding his wife and returning home to normalcy become completely lost.