Kurt Vonnegut / Oct 18, 2019

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  • Title: Galàpagos
  • Author: Kurt Vonnegut
  • ISBN: 2246371910
  • Page: 414
  • Format: broch
  • Comment savoir, avec pr cision, si tout a vraiment commenc la fin des ann es 1980 A ce qu on raconte, pourtant, c est vers cette poque qu un navire en route pour les Galapagos a fait naufrage, et qu une poign e de survivants s est r fugi e sur une le Dans le m me temps, un mortel virus pers cute le genre humain qui, bient t, agonise et dispara t Faut il s en alarmer Non, car le virus pargne les naufrag s et, avec eux, l histoire du monde recommence Certes, l homme n est plus ce qu il tait, car d apr s Kurt Vonnegut qui eut le privil ge d observer cette mutation son esp ce se croise avec celle du phoque Cette fable voudrait prouver que, pour survivre, l esp ce humaine devrait r gresser Vonnegut le d montre avec une verve et un talent qui empruntent autant Voltaire qu Aldous Huxley et il explore, on l aura compris, un avenir qui s impatiente Ah, si Darwin s tait tromp

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    1. Intéressant, et écrit d'une manière innovante je dirais. Je ne peux me prononcer sur le contenu, je pense que chacun s'y trouvera.

    2. There aren't any other books like this one. Not even by Vonnegut. It's absurd and sincere at the same time. Realistic and fantastical. Funny and heartbreaking. I loved it.Unlike a lot of war books I've read, this one doesn't really try to show what it was like to be there. Instead, the focus is on the long-lasting effects on those who were there. How they are forever changed and damaged by their wartime experiences. I think this is part of why I loved it. Vonnegut doesn't drag you through the ho [...]

    3. I know this a oldie but goodie book - but somehow I missed it all these years. Interesting reading it 50 years after it was published. It has passed the test of time. It is oddly engaging and unpredictable and just plain weird. This type of work can not be copied because it so utterly original. I can see how it was shocking in 1967 and was ultimately banned by some schools. Funny how that insured it would get the attention it deserved. This book retells the narrative of the WWII by someon [...]

    4. My high school English teacher gave me this book with the caution, Don't tell anyone I gave this to you. Guess I let her down here. A classic read and perhaps the one you want to start with when reading Vonnegut. Cat's Cradle is the only book in his bibliography that rivals this one. Restless and prodding writing that will make you laugh out loud and shake your head at the same time.

    5. I didn’t know what to expect from this book, I had never read Vonnegut before and truly didn't know what this book would be like, I had high expectations, though. I’ve read great praise for this book and it was frequently recommended to me. Normally I try to avoid having high expectations for authors I don’t know because I’m usually disappointed. This was certainly an exception.This is a quite unique book. A kind of Sci-fi that I hadn’t read before but that I really liked. Vonnegut doe [...]

    6. A rambling yet intense depiction of the horrors, inhumanity, and extreme disorientation of wara page turner that begins slowly but grips and engages the reader. Kurt Vonnegut paints vivid images in the mind - images that sometimes border on the ludicrous, and yet convey a strong sense of the insanity that war brings.Written in a sometimes distracting fashion, with a distinctive style that is both unsettling and rhythmic, this is not a story for the squeamish. The author weaves in the fantastic, [...]

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