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  1. I don t know This is one of those books that really seemed to be multiple books Here are three of them 1 This book is partly the product of a guy who read too much Celine and wants to talk about girls asses There s a nihilistic streak in which the narrator asserts that nothing matters but fucking, and getting old is the worst thing that could happen ever, and anybody who says anything against that are just fooling themselves FOOLING THEMSELVES While a few of the rantings are funny insight I don t know This is one of those books that really seemed to be multiple books Here are three of them 1 This book is partly the product of a guy who read too much Celine and wants to talk about girls asses There s a nihilistic streak in which the narrator asserts that nothing matters but fucking, and getting old is the worst thing that could happen ever, and anybody who says anything against that are just fooling themselves FOOLING THEMSELVES While a few of the rantings are funny insightful,often than not they re bleak and not particularly interesting Just because the narrator or evangelists, hippies, etc says something at a loud volume doesn t mean it s true.2 This book is partly a science fiction novel about the possibilities of immortality, the destructi...

  2. Full review can be found at the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter.com So before anything else, let s just get this out of the way that if you aren t horrendously and profoundly offended at least once by the work of controversial French author Michel Houellebecq, you re not paying close enough attention Because Houellebecq, see, is what s known as a misanthrope that far from being a racist, or a sexist, or a homophobe, he simply hates the entirety of humanity, every Full review can be found at the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter.com So before anything else, let s just get this out of the way that if you aren t horrendously and profoundly offended at least once by the work of controversial French author Michel Houellebecq, you re not paying close enough attention Because Houellebecq, see, is what s known as a misanthrope that far from being a racist, or a sexist, or a homophobe, he simply hates the entirety of humanity, every last one of us air breathing meatsacks, and goes to great pains in his celebrated and award winning novels to detail all the various ways that you too should hate humanity as well And that of course is what marks him as different than the typical life hating streetcorner obscenity screamer, is that Houellebecq has some incredibly astute observations about life to back these opinions up that he has an almost ma...

  3. Male, rich, successful, 47, GSOH, not yet completely impotent WLTM female, slim, attractive, preferably blonde, 20 to 26 Maybe 28 I guess 30 isn t out of the question if you re really into keeping fit, classical dance or something similar, but let s face it, before we know what s happened you ll be getting old and fat, I won t be able to get it up for you anyand you ll decide you d rather not be a burden and leave and a bit later top yourself That keeps happening to me for some reason Male, rich, successful, 47, GSOH, not yet completely impotent WLTM female, slim, attractive, preferably blonde, 20 to 26 Maybe 28 I guess 30 isn t out of the question if you re really into keeping fit, classical dance or something similar, but let s face it, before we know what s happened you ll be getting old and fat, I won t be able to get it up for you anyand you ll decide you d rather not be a burden and leave and a bit later top yourself That keeps happening to me for some reason Of course if you re young and beautiful you ll most likely decide that I m the old, ugly and us...

  4. Houellebecq is another writer in the grand French school of misanthropy, in the shadow of its master, C line, but making every effort to cast his own The Possibility of an Island is, I think, his best work to date bleak, brutal, funny, revolting, tender and, in the end, ineffably sad The world of Houellebecq is one of cratered streets, perpetually in the dark because its inhabitants continually and maliciously put of the street lights to impair the ability of others to proceed safely.The stor Houellebecq is another writer in the grand French school of misanthropy, in the shadow of its master, C line, but making every effort to cast his own The Possibility of an Island is, I think, his best work to date bleak, brutal, funny, revolting, tender and, in the end, ineffably sad The world of Houellebecq is one of cratered streets, perpetually in the dark because its inhabitants continually and maliciously put of the street lights to impair the ability of others to proceed safely.The story is that of Daniel, a bitter Frenchman from roughly our times, as told by himself and commented upon by Daniels 24 and 25, the latest in a line of neohuman clones who have descended from the original s recorded DNA Daniel is a French comedian who, at a relatively young age, has amassed a fortune...

  5. Middle aged and misanthropic and suffering from a rock hard cucumber in the pants Introducing the novels of Michel Houellebecq This one experiments with SF concepts alongside its middle aged misanthrope having lots of implausible sex plot the protag in this case a bile spouting gagmeister as our antihero secures himself immortality as part of a sex tourist cult during his post midlife crisis As in his previous novels, the sex is usually erotic and depressing at the same time and the prose t Middle aged and misanthropic and suffering from a rock hard cucumber in the pants Introducing the novels of Michel Houellebecq This one experiments with SF concepts alongside its middle aged misanthrope having lots of implausible sex plot the protag in this case a bile spouting gagmeister as our antihero secures himself immortal...

  6. The day I took this out from the library, a greasy man in reflective sunglasses, floral shirt unbuttoned to reveal curlicues of revoltingly masculine chest hair, meowed at me as I stood frowning beneath a sticky sun.I feel, upon reading this book, as though he were the author.

  7. I thought again of Daniel and, for the first time, I was tempted to pity him, without, however, respecting him.If someone would have suggested to me that the novel, as a genuine art form, was dead, that it had effectively died in the 80s sometime or, at the very least, it had been in what amounted to a slow, wasting coma since then, and would never really emerge, and we may as well flick a switch and be done with the whole fucking thing I would have found very little to argue agin im Now I thought again of Daniel and, for the first time, I was tempted to pity him, without, however, respecting him.If someone would have suggested to me that the novel, as a genuine art form, was dead, that it had effectively died in the 80s sometime or, at the very least, it had been in what amounted to a slow, wasting coma since then, and would never really emerge, and we may as well flick a switch and be done with the whole fucking thing I would have found very little to argue agin im Now, however, I would toss him a copy of this novel If I had it on me Which would be unlikely I mean, I would have had to be standing right in front of my bookcase.And if I had a second copy.And I d still want it back, I would impress upon them.After hearing about Houellebecq I had already kinda vowed that I would no...

  8. J tais, je n tais plus La vie tait r elle La possibilit d une le The Possibility of an Island A word of thanks to L onard Gaya for his recommendation The book was an interesting challenge The kind of book I thoroughly enjoy I have to admit that in a world of readers divided into J adore Houellebecq and J l ha s , I find myself on the adore side I may tire of him some day, as there is a bit of repetition in his message, but he writes with wit, intelligence and, to a great extent, J tais, je n tais plus La vie tait r elle La possibilit d une le The Possibility of an Island A word of thanks to L onard Gaya for his recommendation The book was an interesting challenge The kind of book I thoroughly enjoy I have to admit that in a world of readers divided into J adore Houellebecq and J l ha s , I find myself on the adore side I may tire of him some day, as there is a bit of repetition in his message, but he writes with wit, intelligence and, to a great extent, I agree with his central message Modern humankind lacks basic values and we are not, perhaps never have been, capable of much better But there was ...

  9. I was recently in a class where the teacher was talking about how meaning is derived from literature through subtext Most literature in the past generated subtext in opposition to cultural norms or censorship imposed by the author or society A classic example might be Hemingway s story Hills like White Elephants, which deals with abortion only subtextually because stories about abortion were simply not written at the time.So the question becomes In a society where nothing is taboo and eve I was recently in a class where the teacher was talking about how meaning is derived from literature through subtext Most literature in the past generated subtext in opposition to cultural norms or censorship imposed by the author or society A classic example might be Hemingway s story Hills like White Elephants, which deals with abortion only subtextually because stories about abortion were simply not written at the time.So the question becomes In a society where nothing is taboo and everything is revealed, how is subtext created Where is the meaning in literature of today In this book and perhaps in all his works, Houellebecq seems to cut right to this matter There is nothing he wont write, no boundary he wont cross He is willing to reveal every desire and turn his critical, cynical perception on all that is sacred In a work like this where is the subtext I don t have an answer but I did find meaning in this book There is something about Houellebecq...

  10. Reading negative reviews of Houellebecq novels is a good way to be amused for about five minutes, because, aside from the rare honest ones where the reviewer frankly states they just didn t care for him, it s pretty obvious that most of his detractors know that something is going over their heads, but they can t admit out loud that they don t get the joke I say that as a confirmed fan, but I just don t see how it s possible to give this bleak, hilarious, passionate, misanthropic novel a fair re Reading negative reviews of Houellebecq novels is a good way to be amused for about five minutes, because, aside from the rare honest ones where the reviewer frankly states they just didn t care for him, it s pretty obvious that most of his detractors know that something is going over their heads, but they can t admit out loud that they don t get the joke I say that as a confirmed fan, but I just don t see how it s possible to give this bleak, hilarious, passionate, misanthropic novel a fair read and not come away moved in some fashion It s a science fiction novel that s not really inter...

  11. The species have reached immortality Through cloning and the propagation of historical memories But the time of the humans is over It is the age of the neo humans, clones without joy and grief, without neurosis, without community, without sexual desires Only a lifetime of reviewing and of analyzing the life of the human from which their DNA came A lifetime of isolation, except for a pet A lifetime of pseudo touch through electronic communications A lifetime of reflection and contemplation The species have reached immortality Through cloning and the propagation of historical memories But the time of the humans is over It is the age of the neo humans, clones without joy and grief, without neurosis, without community, without sexual desires Only a lifetime of reviewing and of analyzing the life of the human from which their DNA came A lifetime of isolation, except for a pet A lifetime of pseudo touch through electronic communications A lifetime of reflection and contemplation When the grief, the denial, the struggle to remain virile and attractive dominated the aging man or woman, the life of the neo human seemed heavenly And no wonder the creator of these neo humans chose to eliminate the neurosis associated with aging Neo humans live without joy and they die without grief They don t need food, only minerals and water A superior racesuitable for survival Living in a post apocalyptic world What does it mean when a few decided to leave their isolation, to end their immortality, ...

  12. To me, this was surprisingly sentimental, even arguably kind of sweet.Read all in one day, so I guess I must ve liked it Immediately thought of two male friends I want to make read this, but I really wouldn t recommend it to most people so please don t read it on my account unless specifically inst...

  13. The first great novel of the twenty first century written by the only writer living today who really matters Houellebecq in the year 2005 did what Aldous Huxley did in Brave New World in 1932, except that Houellebecq s characters are so muchwell defined, real and wacky utterly our age This novel, like Les Particules Elementaires goes off on crazy philosophical tangents in which the narractive stream of the novel disappears and we are subjected to bold and controversial cri The first great novel of the twenty first century written by the only writer living today who really matters Houellebecq in the year 2005 did what Aldous Huxley did in Brave New World in 1932, except that Houellebecq s characters are so muchwell defined, real and wacky utterly our age This novel, like Les Particules Elementaires goes off on crazy philosophical tangents in which the narractive stream of the novel disappears and we are subjected to bold and controversial critiques of the safe left wing ways of thinking that predominate the well educated Western person of the early twenfty first century what we have inherited from the late sixties free speech Berkeley crowd ironically enough, another form of intellectual fascism like all the others The difference being that in La Possibilite there is some faith in the possibility of human redemption something quite remarkable from a Frenchman known for focussing on the darkness of animal alpha male po...