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Yes The Narrator, A Scientist Working On Antibodies And Suffering From Emotional And Mental Illness, Meets A Persian Woman, The Companion Of A Swiss Engineer, At An Office In Rural Austria For The Scientist, His Endless Talks With The Strange Asian Woman Mean Release From His Condition, But For The Persian Woman, As Her Own Circumstances Deteriorate, There Is Only One Answer. Surprisingly enjoyable and sort of weirdly funny considering what a grim disgorging of despair and nihilism this is, and how little actually happens An isolated scientist, too depressed for months to continue his research on antibodies , arbitrarily breaks his self destructive cycle upon meeting a new couple who has just bought land in the area But you know his unjustified enthusiasm cannot possibly last Told entirely inside the protagonist s head, in just two paragraphs in 135 pages, as h Surprisingly enjoyable and sort of weirdly funny considering what a grim disgorging of despair and nihilism this is, and how little actually happens An isolated scientist, too depressed for months to continue his research on antibodies , arbitrarily breaks his self destructive cycle upon meeting a new couple who has just bought land in the area But you know his unjustified enthusiasm cannot possibly last Told entirely inside the p There is no comparison to Thomas Bernhard s literary genius, which spins a fragile web of thoughts and emotions, never finished, never clear, always difficult, heavy, undefined and vague, despite the eternally running, circling sentences, and in this web his characters are stuck, as much prisoners in the maze of his language as in their own plots, if they even dare to have them, somewhere underneath the anger that the author shares with the world, through his inimitable voice of ineffable truth, There is no comparison to Thomas Bernhard s literary genius, which spins a fragile web of thoughts and emotions, never finished, never clear, always difficult, heavy, undefined and vague, despite the eternally running, circling sentences, and in this web his characters are stuck, as much prisoners in the maze of his language as in their own plots, if they The closest Bernhard ever came to writing a love story It s about the solidarity between a man and a woman, both prisoners in their private jails They take walks together, they talk about their life sentences and then they return to their cells The woman has an escape plan Hey, everyone I finished a book I realize that this is approximately the equivalent of crying out, I got laid at a brothel, but there you have it I ve been reduced to this For the past eighteen months or so I ve been a non reader a demographic I m not generally comfortable consorting with or, at best, a half assed reader I ll read forty pages of this and set it down and then thirty pages of that and set it down My home is a ruins of literary misadventures I hate to be the philanderer w Hey, everyo

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