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FREE READ Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí 107 Í Tomas et Teresa sont les deux pôles du roman Faut il choisir de porter le poids du passé sur ses épaules comme Teresa ui ne peut se passer de la Tchécoslovauie u'elle a pourtant fuie après le Printemps de Prague de même u'elle ne peut vivre sans Tomas ce mari u'elle chérit d'un amour jaloux et par l?me le chien Karénine a droit au chapitre Mais ce ballet incertain teinté d'irréalité apparaît vite comme une interrogation dialectiue ui oscille entre réflexion et délire poétiue pour aboutir à la conclusion ue la pesanteur et la légèreté pareillement insoutenables ne procèdent jamais d'une décision véritable Sana Tang Léopold Waute. 13% and I'm done I have had a run of books that have bored me or annoyed me or just did nothing for me This one is You know I don't even know how to describe this one I pretty much hated it from the first page I do not understand the high rating on Goodreads for this book I can barely stand the thought of picking it up again and reading of the words telling me things about characters that I could not possibly care less about We have Tomas whom we meet standing on his balcony and vacillating between whether he should ask a woman that he's in love with read met in a chance encounter and became infatuated with to move in with him He's saved from making any kind of fucking decision by her showing up on his doorstep literally with her bags packed and ready to move in Which she does And then she clings to him literally every night to the point that he controls her sleep patterns He even charmer that he is fucks with her partially asleep mind and tells her that he's leaving her forever so that she'll chase him and drag him back homeTereza that's the woman I had to look up her name begins to have nightmares that he's cheating on her and forcing her to watch after finding a letter from a woman in Tomas's drawer describing that very thing So then in the course of a sentence we learn that Tomas has never stopped womanizing then that he lied to Tereza about it then tried to justify it and now just tries to hide it from her but won't stop And she stays He gets her a dog because the dog will hopefully develop lesbian tendencies and love Tereza because Tomas can't cope with her and needs help So yes Tereza not only stays but marries himWhy shrug The book said so So then war comes and they relocate but after a while Tereza leaves Tomas taking the female dog that they named Karenin and now refer to using male pronouns Maybe to make Tomas feel as though Tereza has a lover as well Who knows This book is so stupid She leaves him and I think About frigging time There's no reason for her having decided to leave him NOW as opposed to any day of the 7 previous years of dreading him coming home smelling of another woman of fearing that every single woman she sees will be her husband's next conuest She decided to leave now because the book said so And then he realizes that he can't be without her and goes to her and she takes him back and then he realizes he feels nothing for her but mild indigestion and pressure in his stomach and the despair of having returned I am a character reader I need characters that I can identify with that I can understand maybe like but these were none of those things I don't know them I don't understand them I don't identify with them in any way and I don't want to I just want to stop reading about them And so I did

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Tomas et Teresa sont les deux pôles du roman Faut il choisir de porter le poids du passé sur ses épaules comme Teresa ui ne peut se passer de la Tchécoslovauie u'elle a pourtant fuie après le Printemps de Prague de même u'elle ne peut vivre sans Tomas ce mari u'elle chérit d'un amour jaloux et par là à jamais insatisfait  Ou bien faut il p. I was hesitant to start this and figured for awhile that it would be one of those books that maybe I’d get around to or maybe I wouldn’t It just didn’t seem like something I’d enjoy – it seemed too soft or too postmodern or too feel good or too based in hedonism or too surface oriented What caused me to give it a shot was the simple fact that I’ll be traveling to Prague in a few weeks and since the book's setting takes place there I figured it may put me in the mood for the trip I figured it was “now or never” in regards to reading it And yet even with that being the case I hesitated a bit That is until the mere mentioning it received an almost overzealously positive response from two close friends whose opinions I hold in high regard Their response was so enthusiastic that I was pushed over the edge; shoved into thinking that the novel’s chances of being lame had been lessened and that it would be worth the trialAnd I’m glad I decided to give this book a shot Damn gladThe novel traces the lives of two couples during the Soviet occupation of Prague during the late 1960’s The novel deep heartedly charts their struggles against communism their pasts their lovers and themselvesKundera observes the stuff that goes on internally amongst the characters; he intellectualizes it and tells you about it He’s uite philosophical and you feel like the narrator is talking to you offering very insightful observations about the characters and life in general This is one reason why reading is often valuable than watching TV or a movie when reading a good book you get direct psychological explanations and you get to go inside the heads of charactersTaken as a whole I found this novel to be profound but in unusual ways It’s not a direct novel but rather one that represents and lets one feel disconnections and various glimpses of perceptions And it wasn’t a smooth novel either It even felt choppy on occasion But the chapters are short which fits its feel and also gives you time to think about the penetrating thoughts that Kundera puts across Kundera strikes me as a craftsman of sorts He switches timelines deftly and effectively – even when I thought he was crazy to do so; when I thought he gave up the climax of the novel towards its middle he proved me dead wrong He proved to me that he knew exactly what he was doing because he’s a master of the craft This novel is not full of sweeping pounding paragraphs of poignant soul hitting philosophical depth but rather offers up constant glimpses; nuggets of insightful observations on almost every page that when added up together reveal an impressive heartfelt and real work I love the way this novel portrays love It recognizes and represents its beauty while at the same time showing how psychological and manipulatable it can be The loves in this novel are accurate ones not at all cheapened by gimmicky slogans or conventional lines The dance seemed to him a declaration that her devotion her ardent desire to satisfy his every whim was not necessarily bound to his person that if she hadn't met Tomas she would have been ready to respond to the call of any other man she might have met instead Kundera brilliantly portrays how simple things like our past our country images family – even metaphors can affect our psyche and major life decisions Tomas did not realize at the time that metaphors are dangerous Metaphors are not to be trifled with A single metaphor can give birth to love Its fragility and delicacy What would happen if Tomas were to receive such a picture Would he throw her out Perhaps not Probably not But the fragile edifice of their love would certainly come tumbling down For that edifice rested on the single column of her fidelity and loves are like empires when the idea they are founded on crumbles they too fade away Perhaps if they had stayed together longer Sabina and Franz would have begun to understand the words they used Gradually timorously their vocabularies would have come together like bashful lovers and the music of one would have begun to intersect with the music of the other But it was too late now Sometimes even one sentence can say a lot Looking out over the courtyard at the dirty walls he realized he had no idea whether it was hysteria or love While people are fairly young and the musical composition of their lives is still in its opening bars they can go about writing it together and exchange motifs the way Tomas and Sabina exchanged the motif of the bowler hat but if they meet when they are older like Franz and Sabina their musical compositions are or less complete and every motif every object every word means something different to each of them And it’s worth reiterating that the philosophical ideas in this novel are very thought provoking Tomas thought Attaching love to sex is one of the most bizarre ideas the Creator ever had The importance of our decisions The lack of importance of our decisions The unavoidable importance of life The unavoidable lack of importance of life That's how this novel feelsIf I'm to give a book five stars it needs to affect me in some profound ways it needs to change me at least a little This novel has affected my view of life; how I see the world Specifically it’s helped me better understand beauty I have trouble elaborating on that because beauty is such an abstract concept; you know it when you see it or rather— you know it when you feel it Beauty has some melancholy; it is appreciative special but fleeting and never fully absorbed as its full whole Maybe that's a major aspect of beauty knowing it is beyond your grasp Beyond you Life is ultimately a crapshoot You don't know what's going to happen You might as well hang on to something And that something might as well be love whether it be plutonic romantic or if you’re lucky both And if that's what you're going to hang on to and you are then you might as well understand its simplicity and its complexity and its beauty you might as well understand and appreciate as much of it as you can It only makes sense that you doThis novel can help you do that

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Nesnesitelná lehkost bytíRéférer à cette pesanteur la légèreté de l'être ui caractérise Tomas et Sabina la maîtresse amie ui seule peut comprendre le médecin séducteur explorant les femmes comme s'il disséuait des objets d'étude au scalpel  Ne sachant uelle orientation est la plus supportable le roman offre tour à tour le regard des différents personnages M?. 256 Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí L’insoutenable légèreté de l’être The Unbearable Lightness of Being Milan KunderaThe Unbearable Lightness of Being is a 1984 novel by Milan Kundera about two women two men a dog and their lives in the 1968 Prague Spring period of Czechoslovak history عنوانها «بار هستی»؛ «کلاه کلمنتیس»؛ نویسنده میلان کوندرا؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز هشتم ماه سپتامبر سال 1987میلادی؛ و بار دوم سال 2007میلادیعنوان بار هستی؛ نویسنده میلان کوندرا؛ مترجم پرویز همایون پور؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، گفتار، 1365، در 275ص، موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان چک سده ی 20معنوان کلاه کلمنتیس؛ نویسنده میلان کوندرا؛ مترجم احمد میرعلائی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، دماوند، 1364، در 178ص، انتشارات باغ نو نیز در سال 1381هجری خورشیدی کتاب را از همین مترجم و در 127ص منتشر کرده است؛ موضوع ادبیات چک؛ نقد و بررسی سده 20مکوندرا در توصیف قهرمانان خود میگویند شخصیتهای رمانی که نوشته ام، امکانات خود من هستند که تحقق نیافته اند، بدین سبب هراسانم، آنها را دوست میدارم، آنها از مرزی گذر کرده اند که من فقط آن را دور زده امتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 31051399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی