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  1. says:

    I was hesitant to start this, and figured for awhile that it would be one of those books that maybe I d get around to or maybe I wouldn t It just didn t seem like something I d enjoy it seemed too soft, or too postmodern, or too feel good, or too based in hedonism, or too surface oriented What caused me to give it a shot was the simple fact that I ll be traveling to Prague in a few weeks, and since the book s setting takes place there, I figured it may put me in the mood for the trip I figu I was hesitant to start this, and figured for awhile that it would be one of those books that maybe I d get around to or maybe I wouldn t It just didn t seem like something I d enjoy it seemed too soft, or too postmodern, or too feel good, or too based in hedonism, or too surface oriented What caused me to give it a shot was the simple fact that I ll be traveling to Prague in a few weeks, and since the book s setting takes place there, I figured it may put me in the mood for the trip I figured it was now or never in regards to reading it And yet, even with that being the case, I hesitated a bit That is, until the mere mentioning it received an almost overzealously positive response from two close friends whose opinions I hold in high regard Their response was so enthusiastic...

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    This review is sung by Freddy Mercury to the tune of Bohemian Rhapsody.Is this a fiction Is this just fantasy Not just a narrativeOf Czech infidelity.Reader four eyesLook onto the page and readI m just a Prague boy, I ve sex with empathyBecause I m easy come, easy goA little high, little lowAny Soviet era Czech knows, unbearable lightness of beingGood Reads, just read a bookPut a bookmark on the pagePlayed my audio now it s readGood Reads, the book had just begunBut now I ve read all Milan had t This review is sung by Freddy Mercury to the tune of Bohemian Rhapsody.Is this a fiction Is this just fantasy Not just a narrativeOf Czech infidelity.Reader four eyesLook onto the page and readI m just a Prague boy, I ve sex with empathyBecause I m easy come, easy goA little high, little lowAny Soviet era Czech knows, unbearable lightness of beingGood Reads, just read a bookPut a bookmark on the pagePlayed my audio now it s readGood Reads, the book had just begunBut now I ve read all Milan had to sayGood Reads, oooDidn t mean to make you sighIf I m not back ag...

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    There is probably one novel that is the most responsible for the direction of my post graduation European backpacking trip ten years ago which landed me in Prague for two solid weeks Shortly before my friend Chad and I departed, he mailed me a letter and directed me to get my hands on a copy of Milan Kundera s The Unbearable Lightness of Being Just read it, he wrote Whatever else you do, just read this book It is about everything in the world.Being already a Kafka fan of some long standing, There is probably one novel that is the most responsible for the direction of my post graduation European backpacking trip ten years ago which landed me in Prague for two solid weeks Shortly before my friend Chad and I departed, he mailed me a letter and directed me to get my hands on a copy of Milan Kundera s The Unbearable Lightness of Being Just read it, he wrote Whatever else you do, just read this book It is about everything in the world.Being already a Kafka fan of some long standing, I was quite open to another absurdly minded Czech telling the story of his city and by extension the rest of the world The title itself was familiar, though not the author s name, and I rather innocently mistook Kundera for a woman at first glance at the cover Suffice to say, Kundera had me at the very first paragraph Has any other modern novel had such a wonderfully philosophical opening than this one The idea of eternal return is a mysterious one...

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    Kundera is an unconventional writer, to say the least If you are looking for fully fleshed characters or a smooth plot, The Unbearable Lightness of Being is not for you Kundera merely uses plot and characters as tools or examples to explain his philosophy about life, and that is what this novel is all about He will provide a glimpse of his characters lives, hit the pause button and then go on to explain all about what just happened, the philosophy and psychology which drives the lives of his Kundera is an unconventional writer, to say the least If you are looking for fully fleshed characters or a smooth plot, The Unbearable Lightness of Being is not for you Kundera merely uses plot and characters as tools or examples to explain his philosophy about life, and that is what this novel is all about He will provide a glimpse of his characters lives, hit the pause button and then go on to explain all about what just happened, the philosophy and psychology which drives the lives of his characters and often real lives as well In keeping with this format, the novel is fragmentary in structure It is easy to see how a reader can get annoyed at the author s getting lost in his philosophical musings so very often But if you can find some meaning in those, the novel just might work for you.Decisions and dilemmas Kundera s characters seem to searching for an elusive something, trying to find...

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    This book definitely wins the award for Most Pretentious Title Ever People would ask me what I was reading, and I would have to respond by reading the title in a sarcastic, Oxford Professor of Literature voice to make it clear that I was aware of how obnoxiously superior I sounded Honestly, Kundera stop trying so hard Chill Out.When I first started reading this book, I really disliked it Kundera wastes the first two chapters on philosophical ramblings before he finally gets around to telli This book definitely wins the award for Most Pretentious Title Ever People would ask me what I was reading, and I would have to respond by reading the tit...

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    I have a bone to pick with Kundera and his following People, this has got to be the most over rated book of human history I mean, references to infidelity alone even infidelity that makes use of funky costumes like 50s ganster hats the only note and applauseworthy aspect this book do NOT make for good literature, and such is The Unbearable Lightness of Being, in a nutshell The male protaganist is, hands down, a one dimensional and boring buffoon, while the female protaganist is lackluste I have a bone to pick with Kundera and his following People, this has got to be the most over rated book of human history I mean, references to infidelity alone even infidelity that makes use of funky costumes like 50s ganster hats the only note and applauseworthy aspect this book do NOT m...

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    The Unbearable Lightness of Being was almost unbearable to read There was a lot of pseudo intellectual meandering about things that deserved a littlegrit Rather, I prefer a littlereality I didn t care about the characters, and I didn t feel like they cared about anything I feel like saying I was impressed with the thoughtiness of this book, but by the time I typed it I d be so buried under multiple levels of irony that I d suddenly be accidentally sincere again What was I saying The Unbearable Lightness of Being was almost unbearable to read There was a lot of pseudo intellectual meand...

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