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❮Epub❯ ➛ Histoires désobligeantes Author Léon Bloy – Berkingmad.co.uk Bloy okuyucunun ruhsal durumuna göre çekilmez ya da harika sayılabilecek benzersiz bir üslup geliştirmiştir Her iki durumda da yazın sanatının en canlı üsluplarından biridir bu Bloy'un üsEpub Histoires désobligeantes Author Léon Bloy Berkingmadcouk Bloy okuyucunun ruhsal durumuna göre çekilmez ya da harika sayılabilecek benzersiz bir üslup geliştirmiştir Her iki durumda da yazın sanatının en canlı üsluplarından biridir bu Bloy'un üs Bloy okuyucunun ruhsal durumuna göre çekilmez ya da harika sayılabilecek benzersiz bir üslup geliştirmiştir He

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R iki durumda da yazın sanatının en canlı üsluplarından biridir bu Bloy'un üstatlarından Carlyle evrensel tarihin durmaksızın okumak ve yazmak zorunda olduğumuz ve başkalarının da bizleri yazdığı bir kitap olduğunu yineler; hayalci Swedenborg hayvan bitki ya da mineral gibi çevremizi saran tüm varlıkların tinsel olaylarla bağlantılı olduğuna inanır Léon Bloy ise evreni her insanın bir

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Histoires désobligeantesSözcük bir harf ya da sadece bir noktalama işareti olarak yer aldığı bir tür ilahi şifre olarak kabul eder Kozmik uzamı reddederek tüm uçurum ve ışıkların insan bilincinin yansımasından başka bir şey olmadığını iddia eder Bir keresinde zaten cehennemde yaşadığımızı ve her insanın en yakınındaki kişiye işkence etmekle görevli bir şeytan olduğunu söylemiştirJorge Luis Borges

text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Bloy was born in Notre Dame de Sanilhac in the arondissement of Périgueux Dordogne He was the second of six sons of Voltairean freethinker and stern disciplinarian Jean Baptiste Bloy and his wife Anne Marie Carreau pious Spanish Catholic daughter of a Napoleonic soldier After an agnostic and unhappy youth in which he cultivated an intense hatred for the Roman Catholic Church and its teaching.

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  • Glenn Russell

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantes“I am the Parlor of Tarantulas” he cried in a voice destined for the straightjacket making the little factory women hasten their steps on the street” Thus begins one of the short intense tales in this collection authored by French Decadent Léon Bloy 1846 1917 Bloy despised the m


  • Nancy Oakes

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantesFirst before I say anything else I have to offer a huge thanks to Anna for my copy and for keeping me in Snuggly's book release email loop Simply put this book is beyond excellent I'm still a relative newbie in the world of French fin de siècle and decadent literature and a name that has kept popping up is Léon Bloy So I was over the moon when Anna asked me if I wanted to read this book a collection of 32 short stories which in the words of Brian Stableford in the introduction to this volume reflect Bloy's search for a particular naturalism of his own a naturalism which not in spite of but because of its cruelty and its infusion with religious conviction was markedly different


  • MJ Nicholls

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantesA smattering of shocking tales from Chuck Palahnuik’s penitent precursor featuring a sublime selection of obscure terms as viewable on the longer review on this page which contains words than this and so renders further content here pointless


  • James

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantesThis is the first book of Bloy that I've read as it seems not all that many of his books have been translated into English a fate that sadly seems to have befallen many of the writers of the 19th century French Decadence see also the criminally ignored Jean Lorrain and while reading through it I uickly saw why he and JK Huysmans had once upon a time been friends their attract


  • Karl

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantesHardcover limited edition of 60 copies of which 55 will be made available to the public


  • Seregil of Rhiminee

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantesOriginally published at RisingshadowLéon Bloy's The Tarantulas' Parlor and Other Unkind Tales is a feast of dark imagination decadent imagery savage happenings and literary storytelling It's one of the best short story collection of the year and can be recommended to speculative fiction readers and literary fiction readers It is something out of the ordinary for readers who love literary storiesBrian Stableford has done a magnificent job at translating this collection into English Because he has invaluable insight into the source material and its nuances his translation is outstanding Just like in Jean Lorrain's Nightmares of an Ether Drinker The Soul Drinker and Other Decadent Fantasies and Monsieur de Phocas the translation highlights and emphasises the brilliant savagery and decadent nature of the original stories in an effective wayIt's great that Brian Stableford and Snuggly Books have made this collection available for Eng


  • Patrick.G.P

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantes“Connoisseurs of pleasant emotion are invited not to continue reading”The Unkind tales of Léon Bloy features a veritable menagerie of oddball characters strange descriptions bizarre ideas and some of the most beautiful and dastardly prose I’ve ever feasted my eyes on Bloy seems to get an almost perverse delight in describing his characters in strange and twisted ways and then send them tumbling along to be fate’s playthings“If one could claim inn


  • Lance Grabmiller

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantesIs there any language florid than that of a Catholic decadent In fact the language is so labyrinthine here that he sometimes forgets to tell a story Somehow he still m


  • Cameron

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantesStrange and dark tales from a nineteenth century French Catholic The stories are short weirdly thought provoking and the writing style is possibly the most decadent I've ever seen


  • Filippo

    text ì Histoires désobligeantes ✓ç berkingmad Histoires désobligeantesBloy's black humor is uick and deadly I can see now why Borges loved him so much and how his short stories resemble Bloy'suotes The printmaker was addressing to a very common guy the first came among the insignificant and shallow ones one of those men that give the impression to be plural as they are the expression of the group the community the communion He could have used the We like the Pope and looked like an encyclical Thank the sky my good star saved me on the edge of the abyss and I could free myself from its inauspicious influence definitely break the charm and finally make again a good impression among the moles and one eyed that play between themselves the blind man's buff of life