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The Art of the Novel txt The Art of the Novel , text ebook The Art of the Novel , adobe reader The Art of the Novel , chapter 2 The Art of the Novel , The Art of the Novel 72b9f8 Kundera Brilliantly Examines The Work Of Such Important And Diverse Figures As Rabelais, Cervantes, Sterne, Diderot, Flaubert, Tolstoy, And Musil He Is Especially Penetrating On Hermann Broch, And His Exploration Of The World Of Kafka S Novels Vividly Reveals The Comic Terror Of Kafka S Bureaucratized Universe.Kundera S Discussion Of His Own Work Includes His Views On The Role Of Historical Events In Fiction, The Meaning Of Action, And The Creation Of Character In The Post Psychological Novel.


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10 thoughts on “The Art of the Novel

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    NOVEL The great prose form in which an author thoroughly explores, by means of experimental selves characters , some great themes of existence.LETTERS They are getting smaller and smaller in books these days I imagine the death of literature bit by bit, without anyone noticing, the type shrinks until it becomes utterly invisible.The above two quotes convey the richness and creamy depth along with the playfulness a reader will encounter in this book by one of the giants of modern literature, NOVEL The great prose form in which an author thoroughly explores, by means of experimental selves characters , some great themes of existence.LETTERS They are getting smaller and smaller in books these days I imagine the death of literature bit by bit, without anyone noticing, the type shrinks until it becomes utterly invisible.The above two quotes convey the richness and creamy depth along with the playfulness a reader will encounter in this book by one of the giants of modern literature, Czech born Milan...


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    L art du roman The Art of the Novel, Milan Kundera Kundera brilliantly examines the work of such important and diverse figures as Rabelais, Cervantes, Sterne, Diderot, Flaubert, Tolstoy, and Musil He is especially penetrating on Hermann Broch, and his exploration of the world of Kafka s novels vividly reveals the comic terror of Kafka s bureaucratized universe Kundera s discussion of his own work includes his views on the role of historical events in fiction, the meaning of action, and the L art du roman The Art of the Novel, Milan Kundera Kundera brilliantly examines the work of such important and diverse figures as Rabelais, Cervantes, Sterne, Diderot, Flaubert, Tolstoy, and Musil He is especially penetrating on Hermann Broch, and his exploration of the world of Kafka s novels vividly reveals the comic terror of Kafka s bureaucratized universe Kundera s discussion of his own work includes his views on the ro...


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    I just came across a website called Theregoesanother25minutesyou llnevergetback.com and it has a whole new attitude to literary criticism which I for one think is long overdue They have the following eye catching picture sections Can you recognize these overweight authors Wait till you see what these Shakespearian heroines look like now Number 17 is jawdropping15 transgender characters from Dostoyevsky no one knew aboutYou ll never recognize these formerly hot Henry James male protagonists15 I just came across a website called Theregoesanother25minutesyou llnevergetback.com and it has a whole new attitude to literary criticism which I for one think is long overdue They have the following eye catching picture sections Can you re...


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    Kundera is able to talk about the structure of his novel in a way that is both profound and accessible to writers of any ilk I especially like his attitudes negative toward the mass production of market books which he compares to another form of celebrity culture encroaching on the literary world His comparisons of novelistic movements to those in music are especially profound The best thing about this book Kundera s idea that novels are in fact an inquiry into a facet of human existe Kundera is able to talk about the structure...


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    I first read this book in the early 90s Recently I was in a spirited conversation about Boccaccio s Decameron One friend said that the stories were enjoyable, but ultimately empty Now my friend is a smart guy, but his remark struck me as remarkably stupid It just proved that he didn t get it The Decameron is full of laughter you can almost argue that it is constructed for laughter, and laughter in the history of the novel is a value of its own Mocking wit, a refusal of piety and plat I first read this book in the early 90s Recently I was in a spirited conversation about Boccaccio s Decameron One friend said that the stories were enjoyable, but ultimately empty Now my friend is a smart guy, but his remark struck me as remarkably stupid It just...


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    I like Kundra because he doesn t imprison me in a fastened frame of a classic narration Reading Kundra seems as if you meet an old friend after ages in a cafe shop, and while she he relates her his life story, you zip your coffee, listen to the cafe music, hear some chats and laughs at nabouring tab...


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    This has profoundly affected the way I view the history and future of the novel From Barthes Death of the Author through Barth s Literature of Exhaustion and beyond to the comparatively Lilliputian debate between Ben Marcus and Jonathan Franzen, the repetition as farce of the Broch Brecht debates of the e20C, as entertaining as they were , nothing else has given me such a clear and, yes, Olympian vis...


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