Woede (2020)

Woede Thema van de Boekenweek is Het land van herkomst met als ondertitel Schrijven tussen twee culturen Het Boekenweekgeschenk is dit jaar van een buitenlandse auteur de bekende schrijver Salman Rush
  • Title: Woede
  • Author: Salman Rushdie Karina van Santen Jan Pieter van der Sterre Martine Vosmaer
  • ISBN: 9789074336635
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thema van de Boekenweek 2001 is Het land van herkomst met als ondertitel Schrijven tussen twee culturen Het Boekenweekgeschenk is dit jaar van een buitenlandse auteur, de bekende schrijver Salman Rushdie Het is een caleidoscopische roman die een actueel portret schetst van een leven aan het begin van het derde millennium, van een wereldstad in een tijd van schijnbaaThema van de Boekenweek 2001 is Het land van herkomst met als ondertitel Schrijven tussen twee culturen Het Boekenweekgeschenk is dit jaar van een buitenlandse auteur, de bekende schrijver Salman Rushdie Het is een caleidoscopische roman die een actueel portret schetst van een leven aan het begin van het derde millennium, van een wereldstad in een tijd van schijnbaar eindeloze welvaart, die paradoxaal ook een tijd is van dorheid in het dagelijkse bestaan van veel mensen.
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    One Reply to “Woede”

    1. I am a nice guy, and not usually overly critical, but here goes.is was shit, I never thought much of Rushdie anyway, and now can say with hand on heart I don t like his writing either, gave up.

    2. My first brush with Salman Rushdie proved to be, frankly, uneventful perhaps like my experience with Coetzee s Disgrace , sorta He writes of this fury, born of long injustice, beside which his own unpredictable temper was a thing of pathetic insignificance, the indulgence, perhaps, of a privileged individual with too much self interest This is what happens when a man accumulates too much wealth having ideas which blow up to become global phenomenons hopefully not an autobiographical theme for Ru [...]

    3. An irredeemable piece of garbage Sloppy and uninteresting, filled with trite observations and vapid, transparent characters bumbling around in a lame social satire that amounts to nothing deeper or insightful than whatever you and your friends might say about celebrity culture while watching Entertainment Tonight For instance Celebrity s are stupid There are important things in the world Hey, you re Salman Rushdie Even Rushdie s lauded language can t get him out of the stink pit he dug himself [...]

    4. Solenka is a man ill at ease, bitter, full of anger he masters increasingly difficult What has he done with his life What is the secret of his fury I think I had too quickly read the synopsis of this book.Indeed this book annoyed me a lot, I could not read than 20 pages in a row without sleep and I expected a detective book yes I actually read the synopsis diagonally So in short, I did not like this book, I did not like the writing style, the extension to phrases that a paragraph that reads and [...]

    5. Rushdie wants us to see the fury inside the main character Solanka, but what we see is basically, a 55 year old man abandoning his wife and kid without saying a word because he was afraid he would hurt them , moving to NYC, having an affair with a quite young and attractive neighbour, and then dumping her as well for an incredibly beautiful also young woman.

    6. I d known before I picked this up that Fury was one of his critically most damned works despite that warning, I gaily went ahead Because I m simply in love with the genius of that man Of the 4 works I ve read of his, my reactions have ranged from ever growing adoration The Moor s Last Sigh, which I ve read 9 times in 4 years and will read yet again to reluctant reading The Satanic Verses, which has some nuggets of pure brilliance and heady defiance in an otherwise dump of garbage But never have [...]

    7. While reading the first chapters of this book, I felt like highlighting every line The sentences were so nicely constructed and the turn of phrases made each line delightful I thought the whole book would be like this, but it wasn t.This is not my first Rushdie and ever since I read Shalimar the Clown my first book by Rushdie which was amazing, I hoped that I would find at least one of his books as good as this one So far, I haven t Not even Midnight Children was at the height of my expectations [...]

    8. If you are a fan of the band Neutral Milk Hotel and or Rock Plaza Central, you re familiar with the way some of the songs descend into a glorious cacophonous mess at the end similar to The Beatles song A Day in the Life What seems to be a chaotic aural blend of instrumentation somehow works it s pleasing to the ear When I started Salman Rushdie s Fury, I had the same hope for it, that somehow the jumbled chaos of characters, settings, and events would evolve into a story not simply understandabl [...]

    9. Fury A better title might be Impotence, Poor Decision Making or Whiny Discontent, and the old author has a beautiful women chasing him Uggggggh Only a few stylistic twists save this one from one star.

    10. The 3 stars are a very generous assessment of Fury I was expecting to not like it, as I had read reviews, and Rushdie himself mention it as one of his worst reviewed books And I didn t This is continuous word vomit from page 1 to page 272 There are threads of plot amidst all the verbal diarrhea posing as FURY But, they don t come together, and to be honest, I have no idea what they needed to be there for Let s see The main character is a philosopher called Malik Solanka, who doesn t do well acad [...]

    11. Giving this book three stars is not really fair It is a very good, but it also could be much better The problem here is not necessarily what the book does, it conveys itself very well, the problem is that the beginning of the book sets you up for a spectacular and philosophically challenging plot that Rushdie just can t pull off.Sure the outward storyline flows smoothly and unpredicatably, bouncing the reader through neat unexpected events and witty commentary, but for all its quick cadence and [...]

    12. Everything I ve heard about this one is terrible That being said, I got it for 3.95 in first edition hardback at a Flying J s of all places I guess those truckers like to get their late Rushdie on while they re gassing up

    13. I read this a while back, and I did not love it the way I have loved Rushdie s other work Perhaps it s brilliant, but I just don t get it.First, there was the autobiography of a dirty middle aged man aspect It turns out much of the book was semi factual, and Rushdie really did leave his loyal wife who stuck by him through his exile and hiding for a hot young thing with a scar on her arm sheesh, we re pushing semi autobiographical here Well, good for you, but don t act like you re somehow differe [...]

    14. My first Salman Rushdie book and I loved it He has become one of my favorite authors This book is about a cambridge educated professor who has a messed up childhood and becomes a creator of alternate worlds in his bid to live a better life His creation becomes wildly popular and lucrative But in its popularity, he loses control of his creation which combined with his earlier childhood experiences creates a seething fury within him This latent fury betrays his external successes and echoes the US [...]

    15. I dont understand why it has garnered so many negative reviews Once you plow past the initial few pages of languid storytelling and excessive emphasis on unimportant details, its a truly enthralling read The narrative vacillates from borderline facetious to a melancholic antipode Its a given that Rushdie novels are not natural page turners and require patience and coaxing But it has paid off for me every single time so far Even the few instances of irrelevant verbosity is alleviated by the flowe [...]

    16. I think I d honestly rate different parts of this book differently, if that would make any sense It takes a while to explain enough to get things going, and wanders off in the weeds toward the end a bit in my view There s some good stuff in here, but the book as a whole didn t function as a complete machine for me There was a lot I liked, but I ve liked other things Rushdie has done .

    17. Glancing at the other reviews here that say this is one of Rushdie s worst books, I seem to be in the minority I actually liked this, whereas the only other book I ve read by Salman Rushdie Midnight s Children I pretty much hated Fury tells the story of Malik Solanka, a successful dollmaker who stepped out on his family one night and left them behind in London as he went to escape his inner demons in New York City As Rushdie writes He had come to America as so many before him to receive the beni [...]

    18. The overwhelming feeling after reading this book is of an immense waste of the reader s time, of the writer s undoubted talent and of the multitude of pages on which its printed, which could have been put to much better use Right from the start, it seems like a pointless book This feeling remains intensifies throughout the book and at the end, is confirmed beyond doubt.The story is about a man in the grip of fury the reason for which we aren t given until almost the end, and that reason, to me a [...]

    19. This is quite a book A book of delusions and allusions It looses its way and gains it and then looses it again The prose in the earlier parts is angry and suddenly it mellows and mellows and mellows The novel is like a blistering innings gone vapid by defense, but its not a complete failure but a failure indeed The brilliance is there somewhere hiding Maybe the whole damn book is a prelude of something grand, but the grandiose is just a vacant bubble somewhere floating in the cosmos In my mind I [...]

    20. Salman Rushdie s latest novel is like a mine in which there are a few wonderful gems, but you have to dig through a lot of other stuff to get to them This is, for example, yet another novel about an alienated middle aged male intellectual and his sexual obsessions That s a vein that surely has been played out by now wasn t that Philip Roth we met on the way into this mine Rushdie s 55 year old protagonist, Malik Solanka, is summering in a funk in New York City His wife and 3 year old son are bac [...]

    21. Even though Rushdie is a great writer, his output is inconsistent Sometimes I will devour his novels and other times he ll bore me Unfortunately Fury is not one of his better book.The novel deals with puppeteer Malik Solanka, a man who has left London to the US due to the problems occurring in this personal life He then embarks on a series of affairs and attempts to break into Hollywood All which increase his fury for modern society, until eventually he realises about love and embracing life.Dul [...]

    22. Would Rushdie s pyrotechnic prose ever disappoint The tale was fantastical as ever but it feels as if the scale of events that usually transpire in a Rushdie novel was turned down a bit Fury being one of my most favorite emotions, it was amazing to listen to Solenca explode in rage for the most part of the book Rushdie s views on the American culture were gratifying to read as it aligns oh so well with my own opinions.

    23. Wow And not in a good way This is the first work by Salman Rushdie I have read and as I made my way through the book I found myself wondering why Rushdie s writing has been so highly praised Then I checked myself and tried to make sure that this wasn t simply a case of me expecting too much I don t think it was My problem was that it seemed as if some of the stories in the book were half finished It also seemed as if the writer was trying to be clever At times I found myself struggling to know w [...]

    24. con le Erinni alle calcagnaMalik Solanka un cinquantenne in crisi, scappa da Londra fino a New York lasciando indietro una moglie allibita e un figlio che lo aspetta tornare da un momento all altro, inciampa in Neela Mahendra, una donna passionale che finir per dare la vita per i suoi ideali, e per lei molla anche l acerba amante che si era intrufolata in casa sua.h le Furie non si coalizzano e irrompono nella sua vitaritto immediatamente prima dell undici settembre questo libro racconta insieme [...]

    25. Not his finest Rushdie s distinctive storytelling voice, which I enjoy so much in novels like SATANIC VERSES and MIDNIGHT S CHILDREN, is eclipsed by a self conscious anxiety to prove familiarity with American culture Malik Solanka s, and probably author Rushdie s, view of New York City is limited to the privileged neighborhood he frequents and the understanding of American culture feels compressed, a digest of America via CNN and the Entertainment Channel Intellectually, we are being fed fast fo [...]

    26. This is the latest of a series of Rushdies I ve read in the last year and it will probably also be the last It has all the things that a Rushdies taught me to expect extremely quirky, almost caricature like characters, a line of inexplicable and essentially ex nihilo events, and a dollop of odd magical realism None of it s very interesting, none of it is particularly engaging with his character, and there is a faint and occasionally disturbing whiff of anti semitism blowing about, to boot, that [...]

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