Duras janet flanner in the new yorker claims that er writing Witcheskin has a shine like crystal and that s probably true if one is observing that it is as pointy and depthless as crystal as chill and remote as something that refracts emptily ooooh duras BURNif this is a literary bodice ripper i gotta say i prefer the crappy contemporary ones this one isn t even intense with the taut tingling of repression which alsoas its place and is something i can appreciate it doesn t all Jack Glass have to be desperate passions and rending of garments but this zombie vacuity does nothing for me nothing nothing nothing there is nothing at stakeere just people blinking emptily at each other speaking words with no momentum behind them freuently non seuiturs so it seems as though
They Are Involved In Separate Conversations Lack are involved in separate conversations lack uotation marks so that when one character will reluctantly languidly plop out a sentence you sometimes don t even know which one is speaking unless there is a back and forth and then you can use context or whatever but the one isolated word or phrase in a scene when two people are just sitting around existing who knows who is speaking who cares and i am not just pouting because no one but me wanted to read zola for the literary smut portion of our rippings i swear i did not like The Lover when i read it but i ad ope nonetheless this one sounded like it could be interesting but the french Me Write Book have thisabit of creating Cosmological Enigmas highly stylized works of art that leave me cold why do they do that very infuriating frenchiesi know all the other rippers willave informed and intelligent things to say about this and my frazzled and sweaty frustration will be coolly counteracted by reasonable ladies and a dude or two with elegant and refined responses examining the psychology of characters such as these and what duras is trying to accomplish by portraying them in this way but i am a monster and i bust down the door and say boring boring boring boringalso boringnow i will go At Hells Gate hide come to my blog 424 Le Ravissement de Lol V Stein The Ravishing of Lol V Stein The rapture of Lol V Stein Marguerite DurasLe ravissement de Lol V Stein is a novel written b An intriguing read difficult to review because the story doesn t really follow narrative rules about plot progression or character motivations I think this is deliberate on the part of the author because the subject is so intimate so passionate and mysterious Duras doesn t explain and doesn t analyze the love life of Lola V Stein who may or may not be crazy I suspect she is normal as normal as anyone can be whoas been deeply wounded in the first enthusiasm of young love and Never Goodbye (Albany Boys, has chosen to retreat back inside the shell Also the title may be a little misleading there s no actual rape in the novel other than an emotional one I think I prefer the rapture translation for ravissement over the one in the titleThe defining moment of theeroine takes place at a seaside casino where she witnesses er fiancee come under the spell of another woman dancing in er arms until sunrise lost to the outside world
WE GET A BR SO THEREget a br so there this chick Lol Stein a real blank broad gets ditched by Hunted by Herne (Otherkind Kink: Horned Gods, her cougar lovin fiance bitch goes crazy but the uiet kinda crazy the kinda crazy you keep to yourself girl gets married to some musician type years later she s a mother of three living iner old town and she gets wrapped up in Lady Lorena’s Spinster’s Society herottie best friend s life the best friend is busy giving it up to this prick a dapper don who works with On the First Night of Christmas herusband at the local P.S. Im Pregnant hospital Lol gets obsessed with the douchebag some boring get togethersappen Lol spends some time watching the Tigress for Two (Alaskan Tigers, hotel room where the two are busy banging it out mr douche spends some time wondering what is up with Lol finally Lol and the ever curious prick ta Working my way through the novels of Marguerite Duras I kept thinking sooner or later one will eventually lead to disappointment it couldave been this it wasn t For again she Cult Science Fiction Films hasit me in the most painful of places the eartThe Ravishing of Lol Stein in simple terms is a love story but those who are familiar with er work will know she writes in a stark minimal style with short sentencing but done in a most profoundly Sailor Moon Episode Lists haunting way There are three main viewpoints looking in from the outside yes it s a tale of love but also a voyeuristic mystery and a nostalgic trip down memory lane Who is the person behind the mystery voice that s narrating The Ravishing of Lol Stein one of the first things I asked myself as the story focuses almost entirely on the passions of the central characters and on the narrator s attempts to understand theistory of the enigmatic Lol Stripped of climax and denouement the story elevates memory and sexual tension over physical actionLol Stein is a reserved young woman engaged to wed but at a ball er love abandon. من، در هر سنّی که باشند، سرشته از گِل لُل اند، یا شاید هم به نوعی خود از یاد بردگانند؛ موجب شوربختیِ زندگیشانند؛ از کوچه و بازار هراسانند؛ به سعادت هم چشم ندوخته اند در بین اشخاصِ کتابهای من، سرآمد است لُل – لُلِ کتاب، کتابِ لُل، خیلی خواهان دارد شوریده عقلی لُل را به گوش همۀ عالم می رسانمقصۀ لُل والری اشتاین دقیقاً از وقتی شروع می شود که آخرین مشتریهای کازینوی تییچ قدم به تالار رقص می گذارند دنبالۀ ماجرا به سپیده دم می انجامد، به دگرگونی لُلواشتاین مجلس رقص که به پایان می رسد، با فرجام شب، در خواب و خاموشی، قصه هم. .
An austere meditation on passion memory and voyeurism The
Ravishing Of Lol Stein Considersof Lol Stein considers it means to obsess over the promise of love The story follows the titular character as she starts an affair with Dark Reflections (Dark Reflections, her married best friend s lover ten years afterer own ex fianc left Spinetinglers Anthology 2008 her without warning for an older woman at a seaside ball The novel is told from the detached perspective of Lol s new lover and it unfolds in a series of shortypnotic chapters that prioritize atmosphere language and ideas over plot and character The novel interrogates the basis of romantic and erotic love in cool dispassionate prose that evokes a strong sense of alienation The ending is inconclusive and invites rereading The displacement brought on by conjecture and uncertainty what does any other person truly think
Or Feel How Can We Know Movesfeel ow can we know moves smoothly out of the actual and into the metaphysical Beautifully destroyingly Duras prose is a tension system of concepts in deadly suspension but this one seems to occur at a pivot point Five years later
OF DESTROY SHE SAID DURAS WOULDDestroy She Said Duras would something like I m so sick of plots all the telling what appened I can t stand it any and proceed to continuously strip away and refine Body Image, Eating Disorders, and Obesity her systems into gleaming singularities Many of them at least Not that she didn t apply a rigorous minimalism to plenty of earlier works as well but there were also actions and plot movements in stories like 1030 on a Summer s Night inere where scenes repeat with the full force of any of The Doughboys her constructions while interacting in a larger elaborate system The early chapters create an inciting conflagration and then analyze it into obscurity and shadow an obscurity amplified by distance of interpretation Then time and perspective shift into a greater immediacy with its own ambiguities and a series of mounting aftershocks that never bring a release from the tightening tension coils that grip every wordHere just listenWhat wouldave 魔法使いの涙 [Mahou Tsukai no Namida] happened Lol does not probe very deeply into the unknown into which this moment opens Sheas no memory not even an imaginary one she Futurity has not the faintest notion of this unknown But what she does believe is that she must enter it that that was what sheas to do that it would always Ouija in Suburbia have meant forer mind as well as Reclaiming Authentic Fundamentalism her body both their greatest pain and their greatest joy so commingled as to be undefinable a single entity but unnamable for lack of a word I like to believe since I loveer that if Lol is silent in daily life it is because for a split second she believed that this word might exist Since it does not she remains silent It would Lenora have been an absence word aole word whose center would Caz Sanatı have beenollowed out into a Desire Sensibility hole the kind ofole in which all other words would ave been buried It would ave been impossible to utter it would The Faerie Godmothers Apprentice Wore Green have been made to reverberate Enormous endless an empty gong it wouldave The Sorcerer of the North (Rangers Apprentice held back anyone who wanted to leave it wouldave convinced them of the impossible it would Practicing History have made them deaf to any other word save that one in one fell swoop it wouldave defined the moment and the future themselves By its absence this word ruins all the others it contaminates them it is also the dead dog on the beach at igh noon this ole of flesh How were other words found Hand me downs from God knows Some Thing Black how many love affairs like Lol Stein s affairs nipped in the bud trampled upon and from massacres oh you ve no ideaow many their are McClellans Other Story how many blood stained failures are strewn along theorizon piled up there and among them this word which does not exist is nonetheless there it awaits you just around the corner of language it defies you never Cant You Make Them Behave, King George? having been used to raise it to make it arise from its kingdom which is pierced on every side and through which flows the sea the sand the eternity of the ball in the cinema of Lol Stein No it s not really one of the greatest novels ever written in any objective way but I m such a fan of the French nouveau roman I can telp but give this lovely little tome five stars I loved everything about The Ravishing of Lol Stein the mysterious narrator the non place and mix of cultural origins to the names of the fugitive characters the convoluted story told almost entirely through impressions and emotions the inner reality that trumps all sense of any outer objective realism the inconclusive ending the smell of the mellowing cheap paper of a Grove Press Leonardo da Vinci hardcover from a 1980s remainder bin I remember so vividly falling in love with the novels of Blanchot Duras Beckett Sarraute Philippe Sollers and Robbe Grillet in collegeow they set me to writing with increased fervor searching to say what Enkätboken had never been said before in new unthought forms of narrative Reading this was likeearing an LP I never Introduction to the Spiritist Philosophy heard before from a band I loved back in the 1980s nope i do not like marguerite. نوشتن، قصه نقل کردن نیست، خلاف این است نوشتن نقل همه چیز است در عین حال، نقل توأمانِ داستان و غیبت داستان است؛ نقلِ داستان است از گذر غیبت داستانشیدایی لُلواشتاین کتابی است متفاوت، و یگانه که “خواننده مؤلفِ” همبسته با جنون لُل را از دیگر خوانندگان متمایز می کند لُل زنی است که رنج را از یاد برده است، خود را هم از یاد برده است نسیان همین است؛ مثل آب که در دمای زیر صفر و در نسیانِ آب بودن یخ می زند یخ می زند لل از سکون و سرمالُلواشتاین در هم شکسته است از مجلس رقصِ استالا؛ نیز ساخته از همین مجلس رقص استتمام زنهای کتابهای.