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    About Milan Kundera منيرة مصطفى ميلان كونديرا


    1. Milan Kundera is a Czech and French writer of Czech origin who has lived in exile in France since 1975, where he became a naturalized citizen in 1981 He is best known as the author of The Unbearable Lightness of Being, The Book of Laughter and Forgetting, and The Joke.Kundera has written in both Czech and French He revises the French translations of all his books these therefore are not considered translations but original works Due to censorship by the Communist government of Czechoslovakia, his books were banned from his native country, and that remained the case until the downfall of this government in the Velvet Revolution in 1989.


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    1. La lenteur Slowness, Milan Kundera 2002 1380 128 9645639980 1383 170 9644054164 1386 227 9789644057533 1383 152 9789646751798 1383 156 9649469346 2003 131 160

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    2. Leisure for Sale Pleasure for SaleorThe Non Existent ChoiceThere is a secret bond between slowness and memory, between speed and forgetting Spoiler Alert view spoiler Though good literature cannot really be spoilt, this review may contain spoilers, especially for the fast, thrill seeking, plot loving reader hide spoiler An author is reading an old book, while on vacation to the very spot in which that old book is set He gets an idea of a modern version of the book or is it merely a review of the [...]

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    3. There is a secret bond between slowness and memory, between speed and forgetting Consider this utterly commonplace situation a man is walking down the street At a certain moment, he tries to recall something, but the recollection escapes him Automatically, he slows down Meanwhile, a person who wants to forget a disagreeable incident he has just lived through starts unconsciously to speed up his space, as if he were trying to distance himself from a thing still too close to him in time In existen [...]

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    4. An amuse bouche of philosophy a thought exercise on pleasure and cultural pacing all wrapped up in multi layer, era splitting sexual rendezvous Dancers take the stage wanting to be seen, to perform for the vast unseen audience, they do not experience the moment for the themselves, they are on display Rushing ahead to perform, to play a role, to gain the moral advantage No pause can be sacrificed, no time to ponder or think, to savor or languish, the show must go on This moment shall lapse into t [...]

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    5. UNHURRIED DANCE Nothing in this novel stays a secret exclusive to two persons everyone seems to live inside an enormous resonating seashell where every whispered word reverberates, swells, into multiple and unending echoes Holding aloft this premise, Kundera draws four parallel nights of sensuality and lust, where, four stories come together to explore and explode the boundaries of pleasure, fidelity, esteem and memory The story opens with the author visiting a chateau for a vacation with his wi [...]

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    6. I probably shouldn t have read a book titled Slowness so quickly.

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    8. From that equation we can deduce various corollaries, for instance this one our period is given over to the demon of speed, and that is the reason it so easily forgets its own self Now I would reverse the statement and say our period is obsessed by the desire to forget, and it is to fulfill that desire that it gives over to the demon of speed it picks up the pace to show us that it no longer wishes to be remembered that it is tired of itself sick of itself that it wants to blow out the tiny t [...]

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    9. What the author cannot be accused here of is shoveling down half formed, floating philosophies One of them In existential mathematicso basic equations the degree of slowness is directly proportion to the intensity of memory the degree of speed is directly proportional to the intensity of forgetting He falls short and that is because the intention is not to convince The intention is to tantalize Seduce Play with your pride, redden your cheeks, lure you in then catch you unawares If while writing [...]

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    10. Perverso, arrojado, mordaz caracter sticas b sicas de um romance de Kundera Todas elas fazem parte deste pequeno livro, que conta uma hist ria breve, mas altamente complexa e emotiva.

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    11. Re read this book the other day Much better than the first time around I still wish that Kundera had developed his first person story a little , but I suppose that wasn t the point My favorite scene in the novel was that of the Czech entomologist caught up in an emotional state so far that he doesn t remember to deliver his paper at the conference It is simultaneously hilarious and heart breaking I felt my face turn red with his when he, 15 minutes after the fact, finally realized his error Poor [...]

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