De kleine verlossing



[Epub] ❤ De kleine verlossing Author Midas Dekkers – E17streets4all.co.uk Vergeleken bij alle aandacht voor koken en eten steekt die voor spijsverteren en poepen schril af Net alsof al wat naar binnen gaat er nooit meer uit komt Poep bevindt zich in het verdomhoekje waar ee Vergeleken bij alle aandacht voor koken en eten steekt die voor spijsverteren en poepen schril af Net alsof al wat naar binnen gaat er nooit meer uit komt Poep bevindt zich in het verdomhoekje waar eerder de seks huisde Grootste obstakel bij praten over poep is net als toen bij seks de taal buiten het De kleine eBook Ô vulgaire en medische is er weinig jargon Maar net zoals seks naast voortplanting vooral het genot dient, is ook de ontlasting een bron van voldoeningPoep is een prachtig, veelzijdig onderwerp dat zowel vanuit de biologie en het milieu als vanuit de geschiedenis en de kunsten benaderd kan worden Het vergt alleen wel de blik van Midas Dekkers, die als geen ander in staat is om van het onwaarschijnlijkste materiaal dood en vergankelijkheid, rood haar, bestialiteit boeken te maken die aan het denken zetten en aan het lachen maken De kleine verlossing is een uniek boek over een zeer alledaags onderwerp Met de stoelgang is onze taak volbracht.De kleine verlossing

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader veelzijdig onderwerp dat zowel vanuit de biologie en het milieu als vanuit de geschiedenis en de kunsten benaderd kan worden Het vergt alleen wel de blik van Midas Dekkers, die als geen ander in staat is om van het onwaarschijnlijkste materiaal dood en vergankelijkheid, rood haar, bestialiteit boeken te maken die aan het denken zetten en aan het lachen maken De kleine verlossing is een uniek boek over een zeer alledaags onderwerp Met de stoelgang is onze taak volbracht."/>
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • De kleine verlossing
  • Midas Dekkers
  • Dutch
  • 28 February 2019

10 thoughts on “De kleine verlossing

  1. says:

    My first thought when I saw this listed on NetGalley was surely, it can t be a book about actual shit but, to my amazement, it actually is I feel that this is the perfect way to write a book on such a taboo subject lots of facts and detailed information on one of the bodies natural functions which Dekkers injects with laugh out loud humour throughout making what could ve been a particularly dry topic, a pleasure to read.Initially, this book was brought to my attention by my favourite week My first thought when I saw this listed on NetGalley was surely, it can t be a book about actual shit but, to my amazement, it actually is I feel that this is the perfect way to write a book on such a taboo subject lots of facts and detailed information on one of the bodies natural functions which Dekkers injects with laugh out loud humour throughout making what could ve been a particularly dry topic, a pleasure to read.Initially, this book was brought to my attention by my favourite weekly magazine New Scientist, who wrote a glowing review for it and described Dekkers as being in possession of a golden pen I was particularly interested in learning about digestion with it playing a big part in the issues I have had going on with my abdomen for what has got to be close to ten years by now The NHS is becoming such a liability, patients have to learn things for themselves in order to try and work out what it is that is wrong with them It s times like these when I wish I could go back and choose between a law degree and a medical degree again, as this time I would ve chosen to become a doctor Hindsight is 20 20, as they say.I have seen various complaints about some of the language used in the book e.g crude language, but honestly what did you expect with a title like that I feel that had the The Story of Shit only talked about the biological functions without the humour there would be manypeople complaining it was boring You can t please everyone, I guess If you re prone to being prudish, this is definitely not for you The Story of Shit is a real triumph and Dutch writer Midas Dekkers certainly knows how to entertain an audience, keeping them laughing and learning the whole way through this book He is a bestselling author and biologist so he knows his stuff on this subject I didn t realise that this was translated into English from the Dutch, this usually means the translator has done a sterling job kudos to Nancy Forest Flier I sometimes feel a translator doesn t get the recognition they deserve as, in some ways, a book s success can rely on an excellent translation I am glad she is mentioned by name here.An informative, educational and quick read for me I simply cannot stressjust how funny it is literally, there were points when tears were streaming down my face from laughing so hard Dekkers is so unbelievably witty and has written an accessible and engaging book I imagine that this will be the most unconventional read of 2018 for me, an accreditation it deserves.I hope the topic doesn t stop people from reading it and learning about their own bodily functions The book actually goes beyond discussing just crap and delves into the subjects of wind and urine, toilet paper, and the CIA s use of transmitters disguised as tiger turds to eavesdrop on the Viet Cong There are some intriguing anecdotes all the way through the book A great job by all involved.Many thanks to Text Publishing for an ARC I was not required to post a review and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own

  2. says:

    Defecating is reserved for private whispers if it s talked about at all , and the results are furtively flushed away as if a crime had been committed The Story of Shit is a non fiction book by Dutch author and biologist, Midas Dekkers As the title suggests, Dekkers has indeed written a book about an item and an act, mention of which is generally avoided in polite company Dekkers explores historical attitudes to shit, and those of the present day Any excrement encountered outside the body, Defecating is reserved for private whispers if it s talked about at all , and the results are furtively flushed away as if a crime had been committed The Story of Shit is a non fiction book by Dutch author and biologist, Midas Dekkers As the title suggests, Dekkers has indeed written a book about an item and an act, mention of which is generally avoided in polite company Dekkers explores historical attitudes to shit, and those of the present day Any excrement encountered outside the body, like spit outside the mouth or extra nasal snot, is a fugitive, illegal, on the run, bent on our destruction He looks at where we do our business and how the stuff is formed He waxes lyrical about the look, shape, dimensions, smell and consistency of it for probably far longer than is necessary Sausages inevitably enter the narrative, along with sex and farts and faecal transplants and toilet training Dekkers talks about the value of shit, both commercial and environmental He describes the ideal dimensions of a water closet About toilet paper, Dekkers describes earlier alternatives, including Francois Rabelais s preferred method there is none in the world comparable to the neck of a goose, that is well downed, if you hold her head betwixt your legs And believe me therein upon mine honour, for you will thereby feel in your nockhole a most wonderful pleasure, both in regard of the softness of the said down and of the temperate heat of the goose, which is easily communicated to the bum gut and the rest of the inwards, in so far as to come even to the regions of the heart and brains The book is rather clever with many laugh out loud observations on human and animal behaviour but occasionally there are flaws in some of the examples In talking about animals required to be virtually independent when they leave the womb, the example of the foal standing on its legs works, but the duckling having to swim, not quite And in the transformation of matter from food into person, the cheese in this example does not eat the cow How do you make a lion from a lamb A good question for a zoo director Lions arepopular with the public than lambs Fortunately, the solution is simple put the lamb near the lion In no time at all the lamb will have become a lion That s how you make cats from mice, mice from cheese, cheese from cows and cows from grass Also, burping is not borborygmus While his explanations sometimes simplify at the expense of accuracy, Dekkers does provide fourteen pages of bibliography and a comprehensive nine page index Flawlessly translated from Dutch by Nancy Forest Flier, this book is quite interesting, often funny and definitely irreverent

  3. says:

    Packed with humourThe Story of Shitis an enjoyable romp through culture, science, and historyAustralian Book ReviewIntestinal fortitude required Prudes bewareNorth SouthAn utterly unique, bizarre and interesting take on this universal yet taboo topic Dekkers is an enthusiastic proponent of crapAU ReviewA fascinating, very funny look at something common to us allDaily TelegraphA funny but earnest investigation part social history, biology lesson and cultural study that Packed with humourThe Story of Shitis an enjoyable romp through culture, science, and historyAustralian Book ReviewIntestinal fortitude required Prudes bewareNorth SouthAn utterly unique, bizarre and interesting take on this universal yet taboo topic Dekkers is an enthusiastic proponent of crapAU ReviewA fascinating, very funny look at something common to us allDaily TelegraphA funny but earnest investigation part social history, biology lesson and cultural study that takes Chaucerian delight in the subjectSydney Morning Herald The Story of Shitis entertaining, amusing, educational and revealing Sitting on the toilet will never be the same ArtsHubA remarkable foray into every aspect of diet, digestion and defecation This is a fascinating, milestone work that should run out of bookshops like shit off a hot shovel GPSpeakIt is such a wondrous thing when a scientist can explain facts in a humorous, straightforward and thrilling fashion Toowoomba ChronicleDekkers doesn t hold back in his brimming history You learn a lot So, do I recommend a book that tells how the CIA tried using transmitters disguised as tiger turds to eavesdrop on the Viet Cong Oh faeces, yes New Zealand ListenerA masterful writing style that is not only unique in biology but without equal in the whole of Dutch literature The Story of Shitshows Dekkers once again to be in possession of a golden pen New Scientist For those who aren t aware we are not our brain, we are our gut There is always that unmistakable Midas touch his brilliant, sharp style makes it hard to suppress a laugh or a smile Medisch Contact

  4. says:

    I didn t like this book nearly as much as I had hoped to It s a genuinely interesting subject which, treated with real wit and the right tone can make a fascinating and readable book as Richard Jones showed us in his excellent Call Of Nature As the style of the title here will tell you, Dekkers has written a rather different book New Scientist persuaded me to try this by saying that this shows Dekkers once again to be in possession of a golden pen Well, maybe but whatever his pen is ma I didn t like this book nearly as much as I had hoped to It s a genuinely interesting subject which, treated with real wit and the right tone can make a fascinating and readable book as Richard Jones showed us in his excellent Call Of Nature As the style of the title here will tell you, Dekkers has written a rather different book New Scientist persuaded me to try this by saying that this shows Dekkers once again to be in possession of a golden pen Well, maybe but whatever his pen is made of, I wasn t keen on what he has written with it.There are good things here Dekkers knows and has researched his subject, so there is a wealth of information on all sorts of aspects of defecation the biological insights you d expect, but also stuff about toilet paper, social aspects of toilet use, how defecating is treated in films and so on For me, though, this was swamped by the book s flaws.One problem is Dekkers s style which I found to be overblown and off puttingly crude Obviously, this is not a delicate subject, and I can see that Dekkers is trying to break conventions and taboos hence the deliberate coarseness of the title but the book is so relentless in its use of crude language that it begins to grate, like a teenager setting out to annoy This includes the c word used as an anatomical descriptor, which, especially in a factual book from a male author, I find very questionable Add to this a bombastic flow of sometimes very dodgy arguments and I really began to struggle Just as a single example We still love with all our heart That s why we hate it so much when something goes wrong, and we re willing to spend so much money to have our heart and blood vessels repaired Heart surgeons and blood specialists share in the honour that accrues to their favourite organs Gastroenterologists gnash their teeth They know that the only purpose of blood vessels is transport Real life takes place in the intestines I m afraid I find that plain silly We hate it so much when something goes wrong with our heart because it can kill us in short order and then real life wouldn t be taking place in the intestines, would it Yes, the only purpose of blood vessels is transport, just as the only purpose of any vital organ is a small, specific but essential part of the complex processes of life and that includes the intestines Dekkers asserts that You are not your brain you don t love with your heart and even the horniest man isthan his dick We are our intestines The first sentence is self evidently true the second is self contradictory nonsense There was too much of this sort of stuff in the book for me to ignore.So, not for me in either style or content The real and valuable science and analysis in the book were swamped by the flaws and I can t recommend it My thanks to Text Publishing for an ARC via NetGalley

  5. says:

    I have a casual interest in the human body two months ago I reviewed The Wonder Down Under A User s Guide to the Vagina and when I learned there was a book about the personal, cultural, scientific, historical and environmental aspects of shit, I was hooked The Story of Shit is by biologist and writer Midas Dekkers and was translated from Dutch to English by Nancy Forest Flier Dekkers was able to impart a lot of interesting information on the topic, however it came along with wayyyyy too much I have a casual interest in the human body two months ago I reviewed The Wonder Down Under A User s Guide to the Vagina and when I learned there was a book about the personal, cultural, scientific, historical and environmental aspects of shit, I was hooked The Story of Shit is by biologist and writer Midas Dekkers and was translated from Dutch to English by Nancy Forest Flier Dekkers was able to impart a lot of interesting information on the topic, however it came along with wayyyyy too much emphasis on the joy of defecation and the underrated nature of human excrement.Just some of the irrelevant and distasteful opinions shared included defecating being not too dissimilar to childbirth, defecation should be revered in the same way a person appreciates a fine meal, the disappointment in not being able to detect the messages in dog faeces and so on.The inclusion of two thoroughly inappropriate comments in relation to female genitalia definitely cost this book a star or two Here s the first one, you be the judgeEveryone guards their throat like a virgin guards her vagina Whether it s dubious food or a dubious guy, it s all about preserving the body s integrity Forcing something unpleasant on someone bears a suspiciously strong resemblance to rape The most important difference is that there s a set of teeth behind the lips of the mouth which victims of sexual assault might have found helpful behind their other set of lips, of coursePage 9 What the actual hell was that While there were some informative sections of the book the section on disgust was memorable, and the historical section describing enema parties in the French court during the time of Louis XIV was excellent the final chapter was so offensive it made me regret the time I spent reading this book I don t say this lightly either, see belowHow a tongue can end up in an anus is anybody s guessPage 247The penis seems to have been created for penetration of the rectum It s shaped like a turd and has approximately the same dimensionsAnd thisA man is lucky He has a penis and an anus, which means he can mount and be mountedPage 248Anyone who appreciates the fun of sex automatically discovers the pleasures that shit and pee have to offerPage 249Ummm, no they don t I ll grant you that some do, but if Dekkers is that turned on by faeces, perhaps he should have written a different book I thought The Story of Shit was desperately in need of its own enema via a few rounds of serious editing It s not often I take issue with a translation either, but I did notice several occasions where the translation let the author down.Ultimately, The Story of Shit by Midas Dekkers was a crap read pun intended The interesting and informative content of the book was quickly overshadowed by inappropriate content and I wouldn t recommend it to anyone Copy courtesy of Text Publishing

  6. says:

    I started the new year reading about shit If that sentence was a tad offensive, then do not read this book This book takes the crude shitty toilet humor we all know and places it in history and the biology of doing the second Just as writing this short review, I even found it hard to write about this book without jokes, much like the book Just be prepared for Seth MacFarlane antics in going a step too far in humor and biology on this subject.I received a D ARC from Edelweiss for an honest re I started the new year reading about shit If that sentence was a tad offensive, then do not read this book This book takes the crude shitty toilet humor we all know and places it in history and the biology of doing the second Just as writing this short review, I even found it hard to write about this book without jokes, much like the book Just be prepared for Seth MacFarlane antics in going a step too far in humor and biology on this subject.I received a D ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review

  7. says:

    The author takes a humorous approach to a quite important topic At times I thought it was hilarious, at other times the many quotes from other books made this a boring read I recommend this book to anyone who is willing to explore the topic of our human excrement without cringing It is important to get in touch with ones own excrement figuratively at least, but you might try the literal approach see what I did there, the author s humour rubs off.

  8. says:

    4.5 StarsThis book is bound to polarize reviewers It s informative, sometimes revolting, and irreverently funny, even if some of the author s conclusions are a bit far fetched Not for those who are easily offended, or anyone about to enjoy an expensive meal Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an digital ARC All views are my own.

  9. says:

    Advanced copy review Attempts at humor, albeit crude given the subject delve into the vulgar I had a feeling I was merely getting insight into the author s fetish Not what was advertised or expected.

  10. says:

    world runs on shit, and Mother Nature knows it That s why she never flushes her toilet The title itself will not attract many interested readers and that is a sad fact The book is well written, instructional, and extremely entertaining There is quite a long section near the end that leaves much to be desired as the emphasis is placed too much on the fetish involved with excrement But there are perfect gems throughout the entire book and much to world runs on shit, and Mother Nature knows it That s why she never flushes her toilet The title itself will not attract many interested readers and that is a sad fact The book is well written, instructional, and extremely entertaining There is quite a long section near the end that leaves much to be desired as the emphasis is placed too much on the fetish involved with excrement But there are perfect gems throughout the entire book and much to consider Mobile telephoning is a verbal form of incontinence Many of our social norms are questioned by Midas Dekkers and the history of the world is brought forth out of the loo s darkness and into a new light Not only is shit the keystone of the circle of life, but it s also an object of lust, a means of creative expression, and a vehicle for communicating love between humans or between man and animal Of late I have immersed myself into books again dealing with self awareness and actualization Leonard Cohen is a good example Can t seem to get enough of Cohen s words these days But like everything else, once I have thoroughly exhausted my study of him I will likely move on The Story of Shit was definitely worth my time Many couples stay together simply because neither one of them knows how to let go The advantage of being a turd is that you barely have time to become attached before the moment of separation arrives But when it does, we re forced once again to face the unbearable fact of life s brevity

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