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Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí I have a bone to pick with Kundera and his following People, this has got to be the most over rated book of human history I mean, references to infidelity alone even infidelity that makes use of funky costumes like 50s ganster hats the only note and applauseworthy aspect this book do NOT make for good literature, and such is The Unbearable Lightness of Being, in a nutshell The male protaganist is, hands down, a one dimensional and boring buffoon, while the female protaganist is lackluster and underdeveloped This book Librarian S Note This Is An Alternate Cover Edition For ISBN10 0571135390 ISBN13 9780571135394 A Young Woman In Love With A Man Torn Between His Love For Her And His Incorrigible Womanizing One Of His Mistresses And Her Humbly Faithful Lover These Are The Two Couples Whose Story Is Told In This Masterful Novel In A World In Which Lives Are Shaped By Irrevocable Choices And By Fortuitous Events, A World In Which Everything Occurs But Once, Existence Seems To Lose Its Substance, Its Weight Hence, We Feel The Unbearable Lightness Of Being Not Only As The Consequence Of Our Pristine Actions But Also In The Public Sphere, And The Two Inevitably Intertwine Kundera is an unconventional writer, to say the least If you are looking for fully fleshed characters or a smooth plot, The Unbearable Lightness of Being is not for you Kundera merely uses plot and characters as tools or examples to explain his philosophy about life, and that is what this novel is all about He will provide a glimpse of his characters lives, hit the pause button and then go on to explain all about what just happened, the philosophy and psychology which drives the lives of his characters and often real lives as well In keeping with this format, the novel is fragmentary in structure It is easy to see how a reader can get annoyed at the author s getting lost in his philosophical musings so very often But if you can find some meaning in those, the novel just might work for you.Decisions and dilemmas Kundera s characters seem to searching for an elusive something, trying to find that perfect place in life where they would want to live forever However, it is difficult to know for sure the directi 256 Nesnesitelna lehkost byti L insoutenable le ge rete de l e tre The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Milan KunderaThe Unbearable Lightness of Being Czech Nesnesiteln lehkost byt is a 1984 novel by Milan Kundera, about two women, two men, a dog and their lives in the 1968 Prague Spring period of Czechoslovak history Although written in 1982, this novel was not published until two years late 1968 ,. 11 20 30 43 64 67 77 82 82 108 109 120 163 168 172 225 230 277 286 288 13% and I m done I have had a run of books that have bored me, or annoyed me, or just did nothing for me This one is You know, I don t even know how to describe this one I pretty much hated it from the first page I do not understand the high rating on Goodreads for this book I can barely stand the thought of picking it up again and reading of the words telling me things about characters that I could not possibly care less about We have Tomas, whom we meet standing on his balcony and vacillating between whether he should ask a woman that he s in love with read met in a chance encounter and became infatuated with to move in with him He s saved from making any kind of fucking decision by her showing up on his doorstep literally with her bags packed and ready to move in Which she does And then she clings to him literally every night to the point that he controls her sleep patterns He even, charmer that he is, fucks with her partially asleep mind and tells her that he s leaving her forever, so that she ll chase him and drag him back home.Tereza that s the woman I had to look up her name begins to have nightmares that he s cheating on her and forcing her to watch after finding a letter from a woman in Tomas s drawer describing that very thing So then, in the course of a sentence, we learn that Tomas has never stopped womanizing, then that he lied to Tereza about it, then tried to justify it, and This review is sung by Freddy Mercury to the tune of Bohemian Rhapsody.Is this a fiction Is this just fantasy Not just a narrativeOf Czech infidelity.Reader four eyesLook onto the page and readI m just a Prague boy, I ve sex with empathyBecause I m easy come, easy goA little high, little lowAny Soviet era Czech knows, unbearable lightness of beingGood Reads, just read a bookPut a bookmark on the pagePlayed my audio now it s readGood Reads, the book had just begunBut now I ve read all Milan had to sayGood Reads, oooDidn t mean to make you sighIf I m not back again this time tomorrowCarry on, carry on, unbearable lightness of beingToo late, this book is doneA short book no need to break the spineBody s just egalitarianGood read everybody I ll say soGotta leave you all behind and face the truthGood Reads, ooo any Soviet era Czech knows I don t want the book to endI sometimes wish I d never started to read at allI read a little dialogue from of a manTomas, Tomas will you make love to Teresa Thunderbolt and lightning very nearly enticing meRepetition Repetition Repetition Repetition Repetition Kundera Metaphor But I m just a P There is probably one novel that is the most responsible for the direction of my post graduation European backpacking trip ten years ago which landed me in Prague for two solid weeks Shortly before my friend Chad and I departed, he mailed me a letter and directed me to get my hands on a copy of Milan Kundera s The Unbearable Lightness of Being Just read it, he wrote Whatever else you do, just read this book It is about everything in the world.Being already a Kafka fan of some long standing, I was quite open to another absurdly minded Czech telling the story of his city and by extension the rest of the world The title itself was familiar, though not the author s name, and I rather innocently mistook Kundera for a woman at first glance at the cover Suffice to say, Kundera had me at the very first paragraph Has any other modern novel had such a wonderfully philosophical opening than this one The idea of eternal return is a mysterious one, and Nietzsche has often perplexed other philosophers with it to think that everything recurs as we once experienced

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