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A despersonalização totalitária como elogio à repressão.

Um aspecto interessante da obra de Milan Kundera, que o aproxima de outro autor crítico ao comunismo, Albert Camus, é a análise de certa forma psicanalítica que o autor de… 1,748 more words


Show me, unknown. Show me more and stay there, where you are and as. Don’t come out where things are given and given over given up and given in to explanation, don’t come out here for something so goddamn dumbfuck gloomy as having. 861 more words


El momento presente y la música

“Milán Kundera una vez describió la elusividad intrínseca del momento presente:

No hay aparentemente nada más evidente, más tangible y palpable, que el momento presente. Y sin embargo se nos escapa completamente.

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The present moment & music

“Milan Kundera once describe the intrinsic elusiveness of the present moment:

There would seem to be nothing more obvious, more tangible and palpable than the present moment.

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Classics, Beauty and Paranoia@ BYOB Party in March, 2016 (Part 1)

We held the sixth BYOB at Muffets and Tuffets, a café at Koramangala.

Sunny started the session with the first book he had ever read. … 591 more words

BYOB Party

The Unbearable Lightness of Being - Milan Kundera

A work of a different and honest sort of genius. With voice fleeting between third-person character born from the page (as we are constantly reminded) and the writer’s autobiographical musings, the reader is enthralled by a multi-faceted view of the world, its people, and its individual situations that inextricably and cyclicly link themselves to the next. 859 more words


De kleine duizeling van Kundera en Céline

De ondraaglijke lichtheid van het bestaan  van Milan Kundera is natuurlijk een verschrikkelijk boek waarover al heel wat quasifilosofisch geleuter is verschenen. Het boek bevat gewoon te veel onvoldragen intuïties over singulariteit en contingentie die bovendien op dramatische manier worden gepsychologiseerd en platgeslagen door de personages. 828 more words