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Charlotte Roche – Feuchtgebiete
I wasn’t so appalled at the sexual explicitness of it there really isn’t that muchbut more at the explicit grossness of it. And your kids are not perfect.
It just is what it is. You equate promiscuity with feminism – Yeah, this book is not going to help un-muddy those waters for you. Refresh and try again. Kaum ein Buch hat in den letzten Jahren soviel Aufsehen erregt wie dieses. She is going to wallow in, smear, imbibe, spray blood and excrement, thats what she is going to do.
And, in the end, I think the author proved the exact point she was trying to make as people especially women respo My friend pushed this book onto me, insisting that I read it.
Feuchtgebieete was crass, bizarre, filthy and amusing. Why do we conceal our bodily functions and pretend as if, being human, that we are creatures of the mind, when most of us are controlled at all times by our basest physical urges? Moreover, much like Pahlaniuk, Roche is compellingly readable but ultimately disappointing.
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I happen to enjoy reading about the fucked up workings of strange people’s minds, so I really enjoyed reading this book. Any woman can use explicit language to write a bunch of “gross” stuff about her body I like to eat, lick, suck.
I like the fact that it wasn’t deep, it didn’t have a complicated story line; it basically just meandered through the mind of this bored girl stuck in hospital. According to her, we are all slaves of hygiene, except for her, who’s a maverick of dirtiness. It is one of the most disgustingly repulsive and unsettling of books.
I happened upon this book while shelving in the fiction section at work. Sie nimmt deinen Tampon, du ihren. Now, the only good thing I have to say is, at least it only took three hours to read. She was in control. Since I am quite sentimental myself, this was very refreshing. Boundary crossing and explicit content alone isn’t enough to get me excited and so I was left with two hundred pages of internal monologue by a character who acts and talks like she’s a six year old hitting puberty early.
Feuchtgebiete by Charlotte Roche
Besides being thought provoking, this book was flat-out entertaining. A sexually active woman since she was fifteen, she has had sex with lots of men and boys and describes herself as continuously randy. For supporters it is an erotic literary classic; for critics it is cleverly marketed pornography.
In the end, she doesn’t feel loved because she was never truly loved by these two strangers. I say this because of how protag Helen, having described all these acts of She is disgusting because she doesn’t love herself enough to take care of herself.
We can call this the Palahniuk Principle. She stops short of coprophagia, even though she is c We compulsively hide from one another the tiny disgusting things our bodies continuously do, as if we aren’t bags of blood and mucous and decomposing food and fecal material.
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And let’s be honest, now that I’ve told you that, do you even care that her name is Helen anymore? Another one of them abouts women who only act up because they are lonesome something fearsome and have issues. In all seriousness, this book is a train wreck. Roche’s book Feuchtgebiete in English Wetlands was the world’s best-selling novel in March Yes, there charlottte have been better ways to break through the barriers of these taboo subjects, but I think Roche is successful feuchtgeiete treating these subjects as everyday occurances – though perhaps in a rather exagerrated fashion.
Oh my good God. To view it, click here. But the fact that it is what it is makes up for them. I think it takes a certain amount of fekchtgebiete to understand that this is not just a gross-fest. Feucytgebiete by Charlotte Roche. I know it’s fashionable to like this book, but try as I might, I just couldn’t get excited by feuchtgebbiete. Why do we cry until tears stream down our faces and into our mouths but shudder at the thought of letting snot do the same?
Or maybe that was the author’s intention – not letting the reader escape. It’s feuchtgebiiete it’s own complete different world. View all 4 comments. And, mischievously, she also likes to have other people taste her “delicatessens” without knowing. At one point, Helen the heroine decides that it is a great idea to take some sips from a water bottle and then spit all of it back into the bottle, and then offer a glass of this spit-water to one of her nurses. It becomes apparent that Helen is traumatized, following a childhood experience when her mother tried to commit suicide, although her narration may be unreliable.