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Månedens oversættelse: Vernon Subutex I af Virginie Despentes

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Om min oversættelse fra fransk af Virginie Despentes: Vernon Subutex I (1. bind af en trilogi). Tiderne Skifter, 2016.

Før Vernon bliver hjemløs, og altså stadig har sin computer, er det mest porno, han ser på nettet, for han ”gad ikke høre mere om krisen, islam, klimaforandringer, skifergas, mishandlede orangutanger eller romaer som ikke får lov til at køre med bussen.” … 1,402 more words

Månedens Oversættelse

Would you want to be published by these people? Farewell to faux-Knausgaard ...and what about his wife?

I suppose it is ethically dangerous, or at least raises certain issues, to introduce characters in a TV series who are so obviously based on “real people”. 550 more words


Translation 56. Michel Houellebecq’s Latest Publication

Just interviewed on French television (FT2, 20 Heures), a more sympathique-looking and -sounding Michel Houellebecq spoke about his hefty new collection of essays and his current attitude to life and writing, … 294 more words

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"Rester Vivant" Michel Houellebecq

July 7 2016

One thing I can’t stop repeating in my head is taken from an interview with MH at this exhibition (it had a furnished living room with writings located halfway through the epic show, I sat down and read, thought it was a great idea). 96 more words

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Michel Houellebecq: Platform

Not having anything around to read is dangerous: you have to content yourself with life itself, and that can lead you to take risks.

Inden jeg kommer alt for godt i gang med min anmeldelse, vil jeg hurtigt slå fast, at jeg aldrig selv ville have læst – eller købt – …

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Thymos Book Club Position Paper #1.

A while ago I received a comment by a certain Das Untier questioning the notion that Western European are… 2,775 more words

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Monthly reading review - December 2016

Monthly reading review – December 2016

This December I have read:

Soumission by Michel Houellebecq ★★

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens ★★★★

1. How many books you’ve read last month? 421 more words

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