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This book is well worth a 5-star rating, but my tolerance to filth is very low, so I’ll stick to the lower end of the rating scale. It might be sttila guttural, helpless sound, but isn’t that all the more reason to listen to it? Audible Download Audio Books.
Feb 22, Troy rated it really liked it Shelves: My shelves tell the story. Preview — Tranquility by Attila Bartis.
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Tranquility is anything but. Jan 10, Stefanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: It was going to reflect on the romantic tracing of where everybody else has been. These Hungarians write some pretty heavy shit! After a 30 years, Sara starts a new live attiila in memories and yearning.
View all 4 comments. Right now I’m thinking in terms of films, even though I’ve been reading a lot lately and not watching films, yet I think of Bela Tarr, a Hungarian filmmaker whose film Werckmeister Harmonies is overpowering and whose sickly death-obsessed tone reminds me of Tranquility, but I still picture Tranquility in the lurid but desaturated color of the other film, and not in Tarr’s stately black and white.
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But it’s the you aren’t gonna move out of the way dark. This is an intense novel about a writer and his mixed up life. One month, though, we had a free movie channel.
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It gets racy, it gets emotionally violent, it has moments of pure insanity, but it is very, very good at all that it does. Al snel zag ik er een paar van mijn aller-aller-aller-favorietste boeken tussen staan terwijl ik de overige titels niet gelezen had of zelfs nog nooit gezien had. Jan 03, Nate D rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Tranquility by Attila Bartis. I should be working on my comic, but instead I’m reading this book, Tranquility, by Attila Bartis, a Romanian, and as I’m writing this I’m wondering why so much interesting art is coming out of Romania?
He knows that the story attilz very hard and shocking, thus sometimes he let us take a rest and prepare for another whirlwind. My DVD list – part two.
In any event, the relationships at the core of this story, harsh as they may be, feel somehow very real and very crucial, and tragic without the sense of manipulation that shuts down my empathy in typical “realistic” melodrama. Nu mi-a dat pace gandul ca Radu Afrim a facut un spectacol dupa romanul asta, am tot sperat ca voi intui fara sa il fi vazut ce si cum prin lectura.
Tranquility by Attila Bartis
Open Preview See a Problem? Aug 31, Larissa rated it it was amazing. I found it special how all the catching up was in a sort of time loop in his brain and the narrative. It sucks you in immediately, it bartiw you, and it doesn’t spit nyugalm out until you finish it. Een paar weken terug ontdekte ik het worldliteratureforum en dan met name deze pagina http: Ik wist dat dit mijn nieuwe inspiratiebron was geworden.
Unctuous and opportunistic, he is leading an involunatry campaign against localism and he doesn’t even know. De ez nem minden.
Add the first question. Remember when I reviewed that? Damn it, I don’t remember how it went now.
What if I begin to wish that Bartis felt he could communicate certain depths without spilled fluids, psychotic breaks, and new categories of squalor? Would you like us to take another look at this review?
Ruido de fondo en attilw concierto de la literatura universal. The book is about a man-child writer and his relationship with three women who are as fucked up as he is – if not more: It’s true that the book entirely deserves the translation prize. I finished Tranquility a couple of weeks back, and I’ve been trying to articulate my thoughts about this book ever since–a tough task, as it’s quite unlike anything I’ve read.
Jun 14, Andy rated it really liked it.