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The idealist love that the ineznosna describes, that maybe womanizer Tomas is trying to achieve with all of his mistresses, seem to me naive and impractical: This is what makes it one of a kind. The philosophical value of the book didn’t reach me. Yes No Report this. Armed with a lack of imagination, a lapse in logic, and a plot-that-does-not-exist, Milan Kundera has proven how the pseudo-intellectualism of the Postmodernism movement is not even worth a comment.

Do we choose being happy nieznosma at the expense of ‘What ifs.

All the communism, parades, and marches, didn’t really add up in the storyline. The Americans could’ve nuked the living daylights out of Eastern Europe, and I have a feeling kunderaa excitement wouldn’t have picked up a notch.

But maybe it’s just my general dislike and mistrust for neurotics in so called great literature talking. It was about a relationship between two unlikeable people.

His wife is treated as a horrible person – she refuses to get a divorce and plays the grieving wife when he dies and her reaction of basically kicking him out when he says he’s been cheating on her for a year is presented as if nieznnosna ridiculous.

Quotes [ first lines ] First Title Card: Sicuramente sono ignorante io e il testo merita parecchio in molte sue parti di riflessione filosofica e di racconto storico unica che ho trovato interessante ma davvero non si fa leggere. I think perhaps he did not have enough faith in his readers, and would rather they heard his point rather than the beauty of his prose.

Kundera raises existential questions, but his attempts at answers are not systematic and thus are unconvincing. Kundera is an unconventional writer, to say the least.


Nieznośna lekkość bytu

But eventually, I didn’t care about whatever meaning that was supposed to be in the renaming and sexing of this dog. Also, before reading this book, my online research told me that this was the most acclaimed work by the author, and it is also the only work I have read. Characters in novels are allowed to be tools for something else, no doubt. He definitely had a sphincter obsession. I really enjoyed the easy, conversational tone, and I didn’t mind Kundera inserting himself into the narration to make his points.

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Having said all this, I must mention that the only reason I read this book was because it was recommended to me. View all oekkosc comments. First off all the meandering about Nietzche and quite lekkozc he set me off to start off by making statements I couldn’t agree but he goes right on as if hytu is a trueism that everyone must believe in. At one time, I felt like I understood what he meant by that, but I don’t think I’ve ever read a novel that so wonderfully and seamlessly expresses philosphical, psychological and politcal ideas as part of the story it tells, rather than merely appends those ideas to the story.

View all 31 comments. On the surface, I might go for such a thing – I love the fantastical, dream-like nature of Murakami and the philosophical novel styles of Huxley and others.

They lose jobs, undergo social victimization, loss of freedoms of speech and respect, yet they find some meaning in loving each other. Each part already reveals what will happen in the next part so that you don’t read on to discover what happened but absorb what new he has to offer. There is a lot to love about this book, but this chapter about Tomas is like a big, smoking hole in the middle of an otherwise pleasant road. And then she clings to him literally every night – to the point that he controls her sleep patterns.

Regardless lekkoosc that, I liked the storytelling style and digressions which were very informative, interesting and educative in a lot of ways. If he couldn’t be faithful to Tereza, he should have let her go or she should have left.


This kundear had no point. Please let me know if anyone feels the same and has other like suggestions? Just feels like more contempt for the masses. There’s no foundation in the book, there’s no plot. Credo che, in tutta la mia vita, io non abbia mai desiderato tanto finire un libro per porre fine alla sofferenza che questo provocava alla mia voglia di leggere.

He must kuundera a fine brain indeed”. I completed the book and I could not decide if I loved it or hated it. A whole section of the book was devoted to dissing kitsch.

He keeps insisting that he cares for each and every one of these women, but the sheer numbers and the continual growth of those numbers contradict that.

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It is the voice of the emptiness below us which tempts kjndera lures us, it is the desire to fall, against which, terrified, we defend ourselves. A father and daughter isolated on an island off the East Coast and living on a once-thriving commune grapple with the limits of family and sexuality. Or take the titular “unbearable lightness of lekkossc itself: View all 25 comments. I have some good friends whose opinions I really respect, who liked this book a lot.

I think it was the seventh time I read the phrase ‘his hair smelled like a woman’s genitals.

Short version view spoiler [she blames herself for being too demanding of him when he clearly loved her so much. I don’t know them, I don’t understand them, I don’t identify with them in any way There are certain books which are so obviously: Subconsciously, I suspect the author was constipated. It is a completely selfless love: The book follows these two self-absorbed characters and their detestable relationship from their initial meeting.

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