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Rafaela Pereira Pereira itibaren Aleshevo, Tverskaya oblast', Rusya itibaren Aleshevo, Tverskaya oblast', Rusya

Okuyucu Rafaela Pereira Pereira itibaren Aleshevo, Tverskaya oblast', Rusya

Rafaela Pereira Pereira itibaren Aleshevo, Tverskaya oblast', Rusya

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iyi, * i * beğendim. Mildmay'ın "fazla üretilen" lehçesini tartışan çevrelere gidebiliriz, ancak - benim gibi - karakter gibi, sakıncası olmaz. eğer yapmazsan ... muhtemelen kitabı beğenmeyeceksin. Bence Monette fantastik bir şovmen ve dünyası katmanlı ve karmaşık ve iyice eğlenceli. bu şekilde koyalım, benimle birlikte taşımak ve kapakta bir fabio (A FREAKAB FABIO! WTF MAN ?! WTF!) utanmasına rağmen metroda okumak için yeterince sevdim.

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Bir matematik kitabı okudum! Bir matematik kitabı okudum! Dürüst olmak gerekirse, takip etmek çok zor değildi çünkü yazar muhtemelen zaten genel bir kitle için yayınlanacağını dikkate aldı. Matematik bir yana, İskenderiye Kütüphanesi'nin yakılmasıyla insan bilgisinin nasıl geriye doğru büyük bir adım attığı konusunda ilginç bir bölüm vardı (Orta Çağlar, merhaba!).

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Cidden okuduğum en kötü kitaplardan biri. Değersiz, romantizm romanları bile, bu oldukça kötü. Hikaye acıklı ve incedir, yazı basittir. İlk ikisi ev hakkında yazacak bir şey değildi, ama bu baskıdan çok daha iyiydi. Alacakaranlık işim bitti, nasıl bittiği umurumda değil. Aklıma gelen tek kurtarıcı kalite, aksi takdirde kendi başına yapamayan kitapları okumak için bir demografik olması. (ie-teenage girls) Orada gerçekten çok iyi kitaplar var, gidip birini bulup bu kitabı atlamanızı öneririm.

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There are certain books for which the idea of being done, finished with reading it doesn’t any longer make sense. To truly be a reader of such works would be to be perpetually trailing the text. The Bible for a religious person, the civil and criminal code for a lawyer; sacred Scripture supposed-not-to-change vs. a ceaselessly revised and revisable Order of the profane. And somewhere between the two, the Complete Stories of Franz Kafka. Your progress as a reader is measured by how far behind in your reading you are. (A complication of this definition: to be a student is to be behind in ones reading; to be a scholar is to be behind in ones re-reading. To be a writer, then, means to be ahead of ones being read.) P. Sloterdijk is said to have said re: Deleuze and Guattari that one page of theirs is the equivalent of thinking for a year. This thought may not speak too highly of Sloterdijk’s own thought! But it is a fitting tribute to the schizoanalysts. I have occasionally applied a similar notion as a criterion of the temporality of legal scholarly research: does one gain more insight from perusing an entire volume of the Harvard Law Review or from reading a single aphorism by Nietzsche? To this could be added yet another of the same series of ideas, perhaps the most radical: it just might be possible to learn more from Kafka’s one or two page parable “Before the Law” than from a whole law school education – provided that one first wasted ones time in law school.

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I first read Twilight before it got really famous (in England at least), I just picked it up in a bookshop because I was a slightly gothy young teen with a penchant for vampires (Anne Rice) etc... And I really enjoyed it then, and I still like it now, even though I'm totally disillusioned with the whole young adult paranormal romance smuff that has followed along behind it. Because no, it isn't a great piece of literature but it's sweet and romantic, and reasonably original... unlike the barrage of obviously Twilight-inspired books that drive me absolutely mental because I hate unoriginality and the way that publishers seem to want to push out as many similar books as possible, never mind if they're good or interesting or even properly proof read. It's insulting to readers. (Sorry, rant over). (If you like the rant however, please see my review of the utterly ghastly book Jonas for more!) So yar, I can totally see where all the criticisms of Twilight are coming from, I can tell now that the writing isn't that great, but picking up on how bad some bits are is part of the fun! And at the end of the day, it's just one of those comfort reads that makes you feel like everything is ok- it tells you that sometimes love can be the be all and end all (I don't care what other people say, love can make you totally crazy, Bella-style), and sometimes its fine to worry for hours because the hot guy is rude to you.... let's just hope he turns out to be a sexy controlling yet restrained vampire, eh? ;)