A Void



As His Country Is Torn Apart By Social And Political Anarchy, Anton Vowl, A Chronic Insomniac, Disappears Ransacking His Paris Flat, A Group Of His Faithful Companions Trawl Through His Diary For Any Indication, For Any Faint Hint, As To His Location.A Void

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  • Paperback
  • 284 pages
  • A Void
  • Georges Perec
  • English
  • 16 October 2017
  • 1567922961

10 thoughts on “A Void

  1. says:

    God, this is hard I m just aiming for two to four paragraphs, and I m stuck I can hardly do a thing And this guy has a solid book, with a plot and all Smart, no doubt about it But what s this book s point Naturally, you want to know that, and so do I I think that I can say it in this way You might lack an important thing, and not know it s missing Your world looks okay, almost normal But no, in fact it s not normal or okay at all, if you think a bit The rest of this review is avail God, this is hard I m just aiming for two to four paragraphs, and I m stuck I can hardly do a thing And this guy has a solid book, with a plot and all Smart, no doubt about it But what s this book s point Naturally, you want to know th...

  2. says:

    A girl I room with owns this book, and following our talk tonight about it at our local bar, I m now looking into A Void I doubt I ll go far in my try, but will admit to a strong curiosity, though his story might not turn out so amazing No doubt this was a blast to craft, but, I hazard, not as much fun to look through, sort of similar to studying a crossword you didn t do Still, I ll sally forth boldly with a stab at it Why not FYI, I m now involuntarily thinking within the limits put dow A girl I room with owns...

  3. says:

    OH MY GOD No Just no.I am taking my own advice life is too short.yes Perec and Adair are both very clever And I actually enjoyed the introduction I would have been happy to have left it there a short, witty, inte...

  4. says:

    Okay Let s all take a second to appreciate that this was both written and translated without a single instance of the letter e You have to respect that kind of lipogrammic dedication on both the author s and translator s parts translating the puns to be relevant in another language deserves additional kudos Its effect on the dialogue, narrative and story itself is a wonder to behold in its own right.This is a hard one to review because most of what I want to say would divulge too many spo Okay Let s all take a second to appreciate that this was both written and translated without a single instance of the letter e You have to respect that kind of lipogrammic dedication on both the author s and translator s parts translating the puns to be relevant in another language deserves additio...

  5. says:

    Zeka ve d ygunun birle ti i okudu um en iyi edebiyat oyunlar ndan biri.

  6. says:

    What It s About A Short AccountAnton Voyl is ill Insomnia and illusions assail him Doctors, pills, visits to hospitals bring no avail At night, Anton scrawls drafts of fictional accounts, such as a story of Aignan killing a sphinx and fucking 3 , all unknowingly, his mama 3 Days and nights pass thus, all bringing only pain His body shrinks, until, finally, oblivion claims him His pal 3 , Amaury Conson, looks for him His only hint is Anton s last puzzling mail with this post scriptum, hi What It s About A Short AccountAnton Voyl is ill Insomnia and illusions assail him Doctors, pills, visits to hospitals bring no avail At night, Anton scrawls drafts of fictional accounts, such as a story of Aignan killing a sphinx and fucking 3 , all unknowi...

  7. says:

    Occasionally one finds succinct answers to the rather conservation sic obv we mean conservative objections that all this POMO is just self indulgent game playing with language, etc And, yes, we can blame DFW for earning this lazy accusation so much cred I really don t want to rehearse all the various variations these kinds of things take on You know, like with Husserl, that The work is the thing Nevertheless, one might always provide one of those gottcha moments which you always Occasionally one finds succinct answers to the rather conservation sic obv we mean conservative objections that all this POMO is just self indulgent game playing with language, etc And, yes, we can blame DFW for earning this lazy accusation so much cred I really don t want to rehearse all the various variations these kinds of things take on You know, like with Husserl, that The work is the thing Nevertheless, one might always provide one of those gottcha moments which you always believe would put the matter to rest And to head off another one, the request to Please just stop with the dualisms should be addressed to the conservative critik the innovative experimentalists aren t the dualists here, they are the correct ones Frankly,...

  8. says:

    Holy shit That s really all I wanted this review to be, but I ve got to add two complaints 1 I WISH I had just happened upon this book without knowing what the gimmick said with NO negative connotation was Of course, I would have needed an edition that did not have this spoiler of a cover, either My assumption is that most people, like me, now read this book simply because they ve heard it s that book with or without Just in case you re reading this and don t know, PLEASE jus Holy shit That s really all I wanted this review to be, but I ve got to add two complaints 1 I WISH I had just happened upon this book without knowing what the gimmick said with NO negative connotation was Of course, I would have needed an edition that did not have this spoiler of a cover, either My assumption is that most people, like me, now read this book simply because they ve heard it s that book with or without Just in case you re reading this and don t know, PLEASE just read the book without reading any other desc...

  9. says:

    I was disappointed with this book despite having high hopes for it In homage to his father s passing, Perec took on the nearly impossible task of writing a book without the letter e which in French is quite a challenge The missing e of course represents his father, but the story seems forced because of this constraint I found that the narrative was not really that interesting and he ended up recycling some of the same expressions over and over again to ensure he got t...

  10. says:

    An amazing, frustrating, frivolous absurdity of a book Consumption of a void is akin to watching a dog play Mozarts most popular hits on a harpsichord You applaud Spot s instructors bragadaccio but any appraisal of musical quality is moot In A Void s plot is a soap drama of ironic stupidity in stark contrast to its amazing wordplay Anton Vowl has vanished and soon his flock of pals start dying in highly idiotic ways Not that you in any way mind, as I was far too busy admiring the singular p An amazing, frustrating, frivolous absurdity of a book Consumption of a void is akin to watching a dog play Mozarts most popular hits on a harpsichord You applaud Spot s instructors bragadaccio but...

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