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10 thoughts on “Roman

  1. Artem Artem says:

    So you start a book by Vladimir Sorokin There are two options for you First one applies if its your first Sorokin book At the start you are amazed by the sharp pencraft, which really reminds you about some of the best classic writers Then story gets weird and the first what the fuck flashes in your mind You are tricked into sick, mad and gross stuff Closing last page of the book, you become the Sorokin expert You know all his tricks, nothing can disturb you now.After some time, somehow, So you start a book by Vladimir Sorokin There are two options for you First one applies if its your first Sorokin book At the start you are amazed by the sharp pencraft, which really reminds you about some of the best classic writers Then story gets weird and the first what the fuck flashes in your mind You are tricked into sick, mad and gross stuff Closing last page of the book, you become the Sorokin expert You know all his tricks, nothing can disturb you now.After some time, somehow, you start reading Roman You get to the first quarter of the book and start noticing that something isn t right Everything is normal You get to the second quarter and you start feeling uncomfortable Almost no signs of Sorokin here You get to the third quarter and it drives you crazy But then you get to the last part and you have a relief You are at home


  2. Lonely Shikari Lonely Shikari says:

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  3. Gremrien Gremrien says:

    I have read and one after the other and have found that these two books are very similar in structure and idea, and it was an interesting expirience, although I don t think that I could recommend them to anybody, especially its resolution is very grim, even if you just thumb through the last pages as quickly as possible, which is probably the only way to read them The resolution in mostly made me to giggle, but it is also n I have read and one after the other and have found that these two books are very similar in structure and idea, and it was an interesting expirience, although I don t think that I could recommend them to anybody, especially its resolution is very grim, even if you just thumb through the last pages as quickly as possible, which is probably the only way to read them The resolution in mostly made me to giggle, but it is also not a very common reaction, I suppose, and thumbing through is preferable anyway, as well.Anyway, I liked this powerful Sorokin s technique slow uncovering some story, developing it to a new stage, and then abruptly just crumpling everything to some bloody absurd which is somehow completely logic, considering the initial story.Both books were written in 1980s and both are spine chilling because of their intense relevance for today although not in a way the author intended, I suppose


  4. Vladimir Silchenko Vladimir Silchenko says:

    Interesting book It s obvious Sorokin was experimenting It s just that I don t like experiments in literature


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10 thoughts on “Roman

  1. Artem Artem says:

    So you start a book by Vladimir Sorokin There are two options for you First one applies if its your first Sorokin book At the start you are amazed by the sharp pencraft, which really reminds you about some of the best classic writers Then story gets weird and the first what the fuck flashes in your mind You are tricked into sick, mad and gross stuff Closing last page of the book, you become the Sorokin expert You know all his tricks, nothing can disturb you now.After some time, somehow, So you start a book by Vladimir Sorokin There are two options for you First one applies if its your first Sorokin book At the start you are amazed by the sharp pencraft, which really reminds you about some of the best classic writers Then story gets weird and the first what the fuck flashes in your mind You are tricked into sick, mad and gross stuff Closing last page of the book, you become the Sorokin expert You know all his tricks, nothing can disturb you now.After some time, somehow, you start reading Roman You get to the first quarter of the book and start noticing that something isn t right Everything is normal You get to the second quarter and you start feeling uncomfortable Almost no signs of Sorokin here You get to the third quarter and it drives you crazy But then you get to the last part and you have a relief You are at home

  2. Lonely Shikari Lonely Shikari says:

    .

  3. Gremrien Gremrien says:

    I have read and one after the other and have found that these two books are very similar in structure and idea, and it was an interesting expirience, although I don t think that I could recommend them to anybody, especially its resolution is very grim, even if you just thumb through the last pages as quickly as possible, which is probably the only way to read them The resolution in mostly made me to giggle, but it is also n I have read and one after the other and have found that these two books are very similar in structure and idea, and it was an interesting expirience, although I don t think that I could recommend them to anybody, especially its resolution is very grim, even if you just thumb through the last pages as quickly as possible, which is probably the only way to read them The resolution in mostly made me to giggle, but it is also not a very common reaction, I suppose, and thumbing through is preferable anyway, as well.Anyway, I liked this powerful Sorokin s technique slow uncovering some story, developing it to a new stage, and then abruptly just crumpling everything to some bloody absurd which is somehow completely logic, considering the initial story.Both books were written in 1980s and both are spine chilling because of their intense relevance for today although not in a way the author intended, I suppose

  4. Vladimir Silchenko Vladimir Silchenko says:

    Interesting book It s obvious Sorokin was experimenting It s just that I don t like experiments in literature

  5. Dmitry Verkhoturov Dmitry Verkhoturov says:

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