Blue of Noon
Penguin UK, 2015 M05 7 - 128 páginas
Set against the backdrop of Europe's slide into Fascism, Blue of Noon is a blackly compelling account of depravity and violence. As its narrator lurches despairingly from city to city in a surreal sexual and mental nightmare of squalor, sadism and drunken encounters, his internal collapse mirrors the fighting and marching on the streets outside. Exploring the dark forces beneath the surface of civilization, this is a novel torn between identifying with history's victims and being seduced by the monstrous glamour of its terrible victors, and is one of the twentieth century's great nihilist works.
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Georges Bataille. Georges Bataille BLUE OF NOON Translated by Harry
Mathews With an Introduction by Will Self Contents Introduction to the Penguin
Edition Introduction PART I PART.
It really isn't important howyouapproach this book. As Bataillesays of fiction in
general –and by extension his ownwork in particular: 'How can we linger over
books towhich their authors have manifestly not been driven?' Blue of Noon is a
And it's just to say that in as much as the more notorious work rushes itsreaders
to the shit house where sex and death merge in an act ofinvoluntary evacuation,
so Blue of Noon – to my minda far more important andsignificant work – rushes
All ofthese elements are present in Blue of Noonand form the immediate curtain
of interference through which the shadow play of human affairs and political
events is witnessed as if by someone drunk, sick, dreaming – orall three.
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - Kristelh - LibraryThing
A nihilist novel by Georges Bataille, Blue of Noon, is set during the Spanish Civil War and the early years of Nazi movement. The protagonist, Henri Timmermann is a sick man (physically and ... Leer comentario completo
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - amerynth - LibraryThing
While I didn't actually hate Georges Bataille's "Blue of Noon," I really didn't get it either. This supposed to be a novel that used eroticism to show how sex, violence and power is intertwined and ... Leer comentario completo