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Palahniuk is a keen and sensitive observer and he can write.
Error Humano / Stranger Than Fiction : Chuck Palahniuk :
But the ‘Portraits’ section was often a let down for me. Como Palahniuk, como todos. I’m not a big fan of non-fiction, but I did enjoy this one. No matter what he writes or does, he picks you up and never disappoints. And I think that his writing style is very aptly applied to these stories and telling them. Actually I know exactly where it was last left: I say this almost every bloody time I review one.
Ma i racconti non mi piacciono, e questi non sono nemmeno racconti. Want to Read saving…. I love his voice. Taken together, the stories offer a cultural spectrum of America, and in fact, most of stories offer some great leads for our own inspiration.
If you like to sense the writer’s hard lived experience in what you read, you will like this book. A lot of the ‘People Together’ stuff was pretty great too; a combine harvester demolition derby, a collection of American DIY castle builders, the wrecked world or amateur wrestling, uncomfortable life aboard a US nuclear submarine. He doesn’t hold back.
Come si dice di alcuni dischi, “consigliato ai fans”. I ergor Chucky P quite a bit, enough to cite him as a writing influence of mine. Also, this book seemed interesting.
Even folks like Marilyn Manson. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. BR Check in 4 19 24 Nov 30, Curiously, the after effect of this book was hopeful. And those problems will often boil down to what you personally find interesting or engaging. In a way, it’s a peace, an escape from sex. Refresh and try again. There is a certain kind palahnijk honesty in Stranger than Fiction that I feel Palahniuk lost at some point. I will admit I was a little bored by his demolition car story, and the testicle festival wasn’t my cup of tea, but the rest of the chapters?
The rest of this collection of non-fiction shorts offers some incredible insight to Palahniuk’s considerably different, sometimes slightly demented, world. Anche altri racconti sono curiosi; a volte anche dolorosi, nel loro minimalismo spinto.
I’m pretty sure it’s the first time I’ve ever done so. I’ve already forgotten a lot of this book and I’ve only just finished it. This is still one of the ones he writes actual sentences and thinks. What I like most about Palahniuk is his embracing of life in all its its astounding variety and aspects. He views everything in America as the following struggle: The reason being that each story or article or piece is inevitably pitted against one another in terms of likeability, and by a law of averages certain ones swim while other sink.
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This is still one of the good ones from Palahniuk. In the intro to this book Chuck Palahniuk even admits that he is something of a one trick pony. Some of the experiences are simply crazy experiences to be taken as indicative of people’s lives; others experiences are infused with insights that provide depth and pathos to those lives. Generally, there is a mixed response to his books and subject matter, but I’ve always admired his minimalist style and the way he strolls through territory where other writers fear to tread.
All the sketches are good and frequently Palahniuk hits a chord and becomes very good. Other stories really grip the imagination – the combine demolition derby for instance, or the men who build castles out of chicken wire and plaster or huge lumps of stone. His need to make up things and spiderweb worlds overlaps his ability to tell it how it is. So it started out all right, but really crashed and burned in my opinion, maybe because I lost patience.
Actually, many of the stories captured my interest. The best stories are currently set to be published in Burnt Tonguesa forthcoming anthology, with an introduction written by Chuck himself. I liked this book.
Para luego adentra Son una serie de relatos e historias que abordan la vida de Chuck. I had liked the introduction very much but got bogged down immediately in alien territory and palahnium it aside. It is at its best when relating other palaahniuk stories, worst when it Palahniuk recording his own musings, which to me seemed as if he’s trying too hard, and personal stories, which are not generally strange but seem more the experiences of a person who doesn’t want to be well-adjusted, even when he’s verging on it.
Like a lot of his works, ‘Stranger Than Fiction’ is hmano different in this department. There were other slight annoyances, like the mentioning of “Brad Pitt” a little too often throughout the book or Palahniuk occasionally passing judgement on people or topics that felt a bit unfair, particularly in the face of evidence that suggested his conclusions were wrong or weak.
There is so much variety to take in, but it palahnuik have its problems. Jefferson I might expect but I was pleasantly surprised to find a good precis of the essence of the philosophy of Kierkgaard.