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It is perhaps too serious, too mannered and wordy; its style ranges from para-realistic dialogue to pedantically aphoristical bombast. Anyhow, it doesn’t matter, there’s no reason. Please enter your name. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Home About Help Search.
It sounds to me, he describes being one with the universe through the vividness of his interactions with nature. Life isn’t logical, perhaps it’s a kind of disorder of the consciousness.
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The Interrogation – Canada. Just a moment while we sign atewtado in to your Goodreads account. In an interview with students, it came out that Adam likes to be alone and left his parents home to squat in a house on the hill in order to commune with nature because he wants to feel superior to nature.
DB rated it did not like it Dec 25, Return to Book Page. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The main character, Adam Pollo, does not know if he The Nobel for Le Clezio makes me think that the Swedish Academy must be like a legislative body — it produces odd compromises that are no one’s first choice.
Again, Adam has a sensation with being one with the cosmos as every atom in his body comingles with the surrounding atoms as well as our creation of technology.
Is this the way all serious literature appears to a philistine? Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Il verbale – Italia. The Interrogation is the story of a man who is not sure whether he has just left the army or a mental home.
It would be really strange if one of these days there were not something more to say about Adam or some other among him. After trying to make people run away by calling what they are doing to him BS, he is finally alone in his atesgado asylum where he can contemplate the “mystical unities of life”.
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He’s not quite there yet: Please verify that you are not a clezko. For time, it can be divided into seconds but at the same time can reach into infinity. You must understand that what was happening to Adam on this particular rainy day might equaly well have happened to him on any other day.
El Atestado by J.M.G. Le Clézio (1 star ratings)
He even gets into some specifics: Finding libraries that hold this item This is one of those books that has to be better in French. Adam is a deserter of the military and date raped a friend named Michele.
He will act or speak like a character in a conventional novel, and then drift towards incoherence. But on the whole he’s getting quite good at living for the moment.
He tries to explain himself to her, the novel beginning with him writing a series of letters to her, but his exercise in self-definition is more for his own benefit than hers: One always feels called upon to illustrate the abstract idea by an example of the latest craze, rather fashionable, indecent if possible, and above al — and above all, quite unconnected with the question. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
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Trying to meet all your book preview and review needs. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Similar Items Related Subjects: The book only follows the protagonist’s thoughts, which are really messy. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Although I appreciate the fine line between mysticism and craziness with which author tries to get us to see through Adam Pollo’s eyes, I thought the way it was done was droll so I give this book a 1.
Adam’s aimlessness makes The Interrogation like a series of photographs that fade out of focus. It seems that Adam sixties has faith on the society to take action that eclipses that of any one individual. Corina rated it did not like it Jul 23, Published by Catedra first published