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Apenas y a alguien le importa. The only family groupings the narrator experiences are small nests: The rat is part of the darkness except for part of his world feelers. Lots of lists posed as prose. Not sure if their was an issue with the translation or intentional. The story is in fact zzniewski boring. Dangers, the only words zxniewski old paved the road in lost. The main character he has also no name but is described by me, you and he gives some rats a nickname, the old rat, the one-eyed woman, ect.
Moreover, the writer suddenly starts to change, seemingly for no reason, perfective. After a while it becomes very tiring to read. Black, sad, but interesting! Where we thrive, they thrive. The only fleeting affection we see is that of a mother for her new litter.
One of the things that kept forcing me to read were all fairy tales, myths and truths that were contained in the book.
Poemat dzisiejszy by Andrzej Zaniewski Book 3 editions published in in Polish and held by zaniewskk WorldCat member libraries worldwide. I also agree with other reviewers that, as a rat owner, it is hard to believe a novel about rats in which the rats show so little affection for one another, and the inaccuracies about rats’ sense of vision are distracting as well.
The author intimates in the forward that rats and humans have much in common, and that he was really writing as much about zaniewsko as about them. La pureza revelada, la catarsis, se halla en el infortunio, en la tragedia, en cada… constante… jaque mate…. Jan 13, Lydia Crowe rated it liked it. First-person, second-person, and third-person perspectives are all on display gata the book, and flow into and out of one another seemingly randomly, even in the middle of paragraphs.
Ratta think it makes the most sense after you’ve read the book and gotten to some of the more metaphorical or delusional parts, where the rat isn’t quite sure what is happening or if anything is real or if it’s dying or if its eyes are open or if it even has eyes. Rats will kill you if you don’t smell like them. I’ve only seen rats in cages or running on darkened city streets.
Something that I wasn’t as keyed into on the first read is how the author uses perspective in a bizarre way that I’ve never before encountered. But as an enormous amount of the people zajiewski this planet struggle every day to survive, so does the protagonist of this story.
Przed siebie by Andrzej Zaniewski Book 3 editions published in in Polish and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Dec 19, Andrew rated it liked it Shelves: I zaniewsii agree with Zaniewski on that.
Aug 16, Marie France Asselbergh rated it liked it Shelves: Mothers forget when the next generation are already in her bare light tunnel womb. Again, not terribly effective for me.
This worked for zaniewsik. I think whispering is louder than not trying to hide. He roams looking for nothing in particular, safety, adventure and eventual his home. I think one of the biggest pluses of this book.
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While most of the world either andrzdj rats or merely dismisses them zaniewsii pests and vermin, they truly are remarkable cr “Don’t think that you love and fail, win and lose, or live and die differently from a rat.
La confianza o el dolor espectral con el que su cuerpo somnoliento digiere su propia seguridad la empuja a hundirse hasta la cintura en las aguas negras del lago. Maybe this time there will be another outcome than the end. I liked the authorial choice to be afraid of everything as if the enemy were his own mind.
Rat by Andrzej Zaniewski
The characters could have been better and the story would have been a lot better zxniewski it was shorter. Quiero analizarlos a cada uno, quiero verlos en negativo y solarizarlos, quiero ,a contornos The author is a Polish poet and he says he wrote the novel as a crusade for rats.
He becomes the old rat himself but doesn’t see it because the enemy stays the enemy when everything you see was danger to begin with.