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Es una lectura entretenida para quienes queremos adentrarnos en la vida de un escritor que a estas alturas ya es de culto. I had liked the introduction very much but got bogged down immediately in alien territory and put it aside. I can’t fault Palahniuk too much for this, as most of them were gleaned from interviews with famous folk, and an article can only be as good as its subject.
The high rating is purely because: This is often the case with Palaniuk ‘Stranger Than Fiction’.
Error Humano / Stranger Than Fiction : Chuck Palahniuk :
So it started out all right, but really crashed and burned in my opinion, humqno because I lost patience. You will like this book if you prefer understatement and no-sentimentality in presentation of the harsh and the painful and the noble, and if you prefer examples of the profane in the presentation uumano the mysterious and even the mystical.
And I think that his writing style is very aptly applied to these stories and telling them. All the sketches are good and frequently Palahniuk hits a chord and becomes very good.
It’s a beautiful form of honesty He views everything in Palahniyk as the following struggle: It is at its best when relating other people’s stories, worst when it Palahniuk recording his own musings, which to me seemed as if he’s trying too palzhniuk, and personal stories, which are not generally strange but seem more the experiences of a person who doesn’t want to be well-adjusted, even when he’s verging on it.
Stranger than Fiction es una lectura obligada para todo fan de Palahniuk, aunque no lleve el mismo estilo narrativo que el resto de sus historias. I loved how real his “portraits” of others felt. Lo que nos cuenta.
Lo mejor es que los protagonistas son personas raras. Hmuano about the Red Creek Lodge Testicle Festival, and an all-out in-your-face collage of blowjobs, handjobs, and crude lewd public sex acts in a nudist campground setting. His writing is just so over-the-top graphic, filled with human suffering and self-loathing that for me they’re too much of a mental, emotional, and physical workout to get through.
Chuck Palahniuk’s world has been, well, different from yours errir mine. No matter what he writes or does, he picks you up and never disappoints. The pieces that comprise Non-Fiction prove just how different, in ways both highly entertaining and deeply unsettling.
However, I wasn’t really enjoying it. I’ve already forgotten a lot of this book and I’ve only just finished it. BR Check in 1 24 26 Nov 28, I think that I can count the number of self-help books that I read on one hand; something that I’m sure an ex or two would really prefer I had read more.
We fight our way to independence from our fellow human beings by pursuing whatever interest we have, and then we get there and find ourselves lonely, and must reacquaint with our fellow humans. The book is divided into three sections: Generally, there is a mixed response to his books and subject matter, but I’ve palqhniuk admired his minimalist style and the way he strolls through territory where other writers fear to tread.
If I had been anticipating a barrage of chauvanistic observations this prejudice was quickly laid to rest in the opening essay. The problem was that I lost the book before I could finish it. It was so sad and yet so poignant, to think of all of the people out there hoping they can peddle their story into something bigger, some recognition or some money, perhaps.
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Chuck Palahniuk is a genius. I have often said there is no reason to read fiction as life is far stranger and more interesting and it is this premise that leads award winning and best selling author Chuck Palahniuk to write this compilation of real life oddities and bizarre observations. Paperbackpages. Chuck credits writing Lullaby with helping him cope with the tragic death of his father. You can tell he writes for himself instead of polishing what he wanted to write to get approval from publishers.
Weightlifting gets better than sex. I truly enjoyed reading about things that I knew to be actual facts, never mind how much I’ve heard urban legends about fem fight clubs or people choking on food at restaurants for money, I know the stuff Manson said is true coz I’ve read his book years back.
In the years that followed, he continued to write, publishing the bestselling Rant, Snuff, Pygmy, Tell-All, a ‘remix’ of Invisible Monsters, Damnedand most recently, Doomed. It is at its best when relating other people’s stories, worst when it Palahniuk recording his own musings, which to me seemed as if he’s trying too hard, and personal stories, which are not generally strange but seem more the experiences of a person who doesn’t want to be well-adjusted, So it started out all right, but really crashed and burned in my opinion, maybe because I lost patience.
Diary and the non-fiction guide to Portland, Fugitives and Refugeeswere released in I wanted to like this way more than I did, as I love stories about the things and the people who occupy the margins of society. A talent-fueled tale, followed by an even better one, tends to devalue the first.
Libro Error humano – Chuck Palahniuk: reseñas, resumen y comentarios
His need to make up things and spiderweb worlds overlaps his ability to tell it how it is. I determinined to finish with it already. Short stories are always difficult to talk about.
I agree with him, this is the lense that he views everything through, and it is getting annoying in his fiction literature. InChuck began submitting essays to ChuckPalahniuk. It seemed appropriate because Chuck Palahniuk is from portland.
He essentially looked like he had a terrible skin disease.