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La Maison de rendez-vous
Nomeadamente as ruas de Hong Kong, a cultura japonesa e personagens inebriadas de prazer. Similarity to music probably looks lazy and standard, but Mr. His early work was praised by eminent critics such as Roland Barthes and Maurice Blanchot.
No trivia or quizzes yet. His first novel The Erasers Les Gommes was published inafter which he dedicated himself full-time to his new occupation. A highly non-linear deconstruction of pulp fiction and orientalist tropes, and an assault on narrative coherence itself. Bobby Sweatt rated it it was amazing Jul 18, Here we seem the same scenes over and over, but from different vantage points, or with different causes, or with different outcomes, and often in laain different contexts, until we’re uncertain what has actually happened, who it’s happened t I’m pretty in awe of Robbe-Grillet.
And if he’s used all these tricks before, he emphasizes different ones each time. Be the first to ask a question about La Maison de rendez-vous. Sep 12, Jelka added it. The initial few months were seen by Robbe-Grillet as something of a holiday, since in between the very rudimentary training he was given to operate the machinery he had free time to go to the theatre and the opera.
Instead, one slowly pieces together the story and the emotional experience of jealousy in the repetition of descriptions, the attention to odd details, and the breaks in repetitions. Want to Read saving….
Easier to admire than to love. Published September 1st by Editions de Minuit first published October Alain Robbe-Grillet was a French writer and filmmaker. Cindy rated it it was ok May 01, La Maison de rendez-vous was published a year after In C premiere, and while this is a random fact I needed to start the review, the book has a strikingly similar usage of repetitions and slow changes common in minimalist music.
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I really get into the shifting descriptions of place, and the way that nothing alainn certain. John Ervin rated it it was amazing Nov 05, Juan Opril rated it it was amazing May 30, Este es el tipo de novela que es una experiencia en Fascinante. Around the time of his second novel he became a literary advisor for Les Editions de Minuit and occupied this position from until Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Ewelina rated it it was amazing Oct 02, Gobbe his work is ultimately characterised by its ability to mean many things to many different people.
Feb 10, K. Or perhaps it’s more like Italo Calvino’s “The Burning of the Abominable House”, wherein an insurance agent attempts to reconstruct all the possibilities for four people and a list of unseemly acts — except in R-G’s story, all these possibilities exist in dizzying multiverse simultaneity.
A vast multiplication of narrative possibilities. An early 60s mystery novelette taking place in and around Hong Kong.
Trivia About La Maison de rend Mateusz rated girllet it was amazing Apr 23, Even though he’s used all of these cassa tricks in his previous books, somehow five novels in they still seem fresh and mind-boggling. And yep, that sleazoid 60s Cqsa Black Cat cover is actually the one I’ve got, although in the typical R-G fashion of infinite build-up without true climax, everything here is pretty much suggestion and context, blanks to be filled-in, avoiding anything so literal grilllet obvious as the cover-girl-in-chains there.
He was trained as an agricultural engineer. Here we seem the same scenes over and over, but from different vantage points, or with different causes, or with different outcomes, and often in completely different contexts, until we’re uncertain what has actually happened, who it’s happened to, why it’s happened, and what if anything was just part of the play. View all 3 comments.
Borja Vargas rated it really liked it Apr 19, I appreciate the shifting descriptions of place, and the way that nothing remains certain.
I’ve read the English translation transcribed from the French. The storyline pours to several different directions making a reader wlain what is real and what is only a reflection of real – an attempt that will not be successful anyways.