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10 thoughts on “Les Particules élémentaires

  1. says:

    You can interpret this book in several different ways A lot of people view it as a depressing hate filled rant filled with a really startling amount of unpleasant sex I'm not saying that that's necessarily incorrect In fact my immediate association was with the fictitious books that Moreland invents in one of the Anthony

  2. says:

    It's a curious idea to reproduce when you don't even like life It's rare to come across a book filled with so pure of hate At first I thought maybe it's was just some good old fashioned misogyny with maybe a little bit of nationalism and Arab hating thrown in but then something curious happened the whole of society got thrown into the hate f

  3. says:

    Wow What an incredible book The Epilogue makes a huge difference in how one might view it on the whole It certa

  4. says:

    This book doesn't care if you read itIt doesn't care if you buy it or borrow it if you deface it if you understand it if you have the remotest interest in itIt doesn't try to be liked It's far far far too cool for school French author Michel Ho

  5. says:

    Okay I decided I would take a go at actually justifying my rating for this book rather than just make half hearted apologies at my preference fo

  6. says:

    Extraordinary outstanding and absolutely not to be missed The Elementary Particles holds you captive like only the best of 'em can Think a long cold autumn afternoon sipping coffee and reading Never Let Me Go Think Dan Brown# poolside All of these experiences that could conceivably last one blissful insatiable

  7. says:

    Daringly original and yes ludicrously filthy but for anyone that thinks this is just three hundred and eighty pages of Masturbating blow jobs and debauchery your missing the point as there are far serious things go

  8. says:

    Years ago I went out on a few dates with a French guy He was rich and good looking though of course way too short and he seemed pretty smart but I never could bring myself to kiss him He had this typically Gallic extreme snottiness that I found amusing even endearing but even as I enjoyed this I suspected that his disdain for everything non French might indicate something a bit too dark for me At a certain poin

  9. says:

    This book brought me to laughter And this is not a compliment but actually uite the oppositeEvery character here is monodimensional and unrealistic while the story itself is ridicolous Blame me if you like but after the tenth masturbation scene filled up with philosophical rubbish and Andre Gide uotes I've felt a big nausea coming

  10. says:

    The longueur of French academic life The pain of being 40 and unfuckable Something about uantum physics It's all here in this eggheady gloom festival

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Les Particules élémentaires

Monje ha renunciado al sexo y sólo pasea para ir al supermercado y Bruno profesor de literatura consumidor de pornografía misógino racis. Extraordinary outstanding and absolutely not to be missed The Elementary Particles holds you captive like only the best of em can Think a long cold autumn afternoon sipping coffee and reading Never Let Me Go Think Dan Brown poolside All of these experiences that could conceivably last one blissful insatiable sitting the novels that are not considered novellas that is this is one of em The artistry is like a painting the reading is like some immersive exercise that blends sex with study of molecular biology in new and intelligent ways The two brothers are separated entities who belong to the same sphere of humanity It is elegant very very smart Mr Houellebec sir I am your devoted FAN I drag my gory knees on the ground en route to the basilica of French Modern Literature a palace of gleaming rubies that reaches toward the bright summer sky This type of novel this uality of work inspires me to even mention Dan Brown I mean yeah Dan Brown I make reference to him with a smile a vibrant optimism afforded only by the likes of wizards like Houellebec Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury renunciado al sexo y sólo pasea para ir al supermercado y Bruno profesor de literatura consumidor de pornografía misógino How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim racis. Extraordinary outstanding and absolutely not to be missed The Elementary Particles holds you captive like only the best of em can Think a long cold autumn afternoon sipping coffee and Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic reading is like some immersive exercise that blends sex with study of molecular biology in new and intelligent ways The two brothers are separated entities who belong to the same sphere of humanity It is elegant very very smart Mr Houellebec sir I am your devoted FAN I drag my gory knees on the ground en A Daddy for Christmas rubies that Banned in Britain reaches toward the bright summer sky This type of novel this uality of work inspires me to even mention Dan Brown I mean yeah Dan Brown I make Hour of the Beast reference to him with a smile a vibrant optimism afforded only by the likes of wizards like Houellebec

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Una visión feroz y sarcástica del presente a través de dos hermanastros cuarentones Michel un investigador en biología ue vive como un. Wow What an incredible book The Epilogue makes a huge difference in how one might view it on the whole It certainly did for me I was getting so depressed by the end that I almost chucked it aside around the 90% mark because I felt a panic attack coming on But I took a deep breath and I switched up my reading soundtrack and I pushed on and am very glad that I did The Epilogue really clarifies so much that precedes it Leading up to that point it is basically 100% bleak and I mean truly truly bleak though extremely interesting and entertaining every step of the way There s a fair amount of gross sexual stuff along the way as well but it s always presented in a detached rather ungleeful way and as such it has a point beyond mere shock andor titillation that fully justifies its presence To say this book is just about sexual frustration is to hugely miss the point This is a BIG PICTURE book but carried out through a tightly crafted narrative mainly surrounding two brothers birthed from a massively disfunctional genetic pool with one shared parent a terminally miserable often nauseatingly sexually deviant literature professor named Bruno and a largely emotionless but harmless microbiologist in deep almost inhuman isolation named Michel The book covers so many subjects that I m sort of dumbfounded and slow to begin relaying them all Existential cultural scientific philosophical historical etc Consciousness genetics sex death physics religion cruelty love parenthood childhood adulthood happiness suffering etc Despite the often searing and pitiless slings and arrows thrown at humanity I think it is also a book that is deeply sympathetic to the desperate flailing the absurd flaws and the open wounds of humanity self inflicted and otherwise Its final sentence is a straight up dedication to humankind despite its many detailed failures and sufferings and defects and despite the claim that a new and improved species must take its place I was holding a solid four star rating of this in my head until the final leg of the journey around Section Three and the Epilogue So if any readers who take my opinions as any sort of guide end up having trouble with it along the way I implore them to press on Tall man riding. reading soundtrack and I pushed on and am very glad that I did The Epilogue The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory really clarifies so much that precedes it Leading up to that point it is basically 100% bleak and I mean truly truly bleak though extremely interesting and entertaining every step of the way There s a fair amount of gross sexual stuff along the way as well but it s always presented in a detached The Big Golden Book of Poetry rather ungleeful way and as such it has a point beyond mere shock andor titillation that fully justifies its presence To say this book is just about sexual frustration is to hugely miss the point This is a BIG PICTURE book but carried out through a tightly crafted narrative mainly surrounding two brothers birthed from a massively disfunctional genetic pool with one shared parent a terminally miserable often nauseatingly sexually deviant literature professor named Bruno and a largely emotionless but harmless microbiologist in deep almost inhuman isolation named Michel The book covers so many subjects that I m sort of dumbfounded and slow to begin Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, religion cruelty love parenthood childhood adulthood happiness suffering etc Despite the often searing and pitiless slings and arrows thrown at humanity I think it is also a book that is deeply sympathetic to the desperate flailing the absurd flaws and the open wounds of humanity self inflicted and otherwise Its final sentence is a straight up dedication to humankind despite its many detailed failures and sufferings and defects and despite the claim that a new and improved species must take its place I was holding a solid four star Homewrecker readers who take my opinions as any sort of guide end up having trouble with it along the way I implore them to press on

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Ta y virtuoso del resentimiento Una novela demoledora sobre una generación derrotada de la mano del más contundente escritor francés viv. Years ago I went out on a few dates with a French guy He was rich and good looking though of course way too short and he seemed pretty smart but I never could bring myself to kiss him He had this typically Gallic extreme snottiness that I found amusing even endearing but even as I enjoyed this I suspected that his disdain for everything non French might indicate something a bit too dark for me At a certain point I decided that he wasn t a regular charming misanthrope I discerned that he hated Muslims black people and homosexuals even than he hated everyone else and so I didn t go out with him againThat French guy was a big fan of Michel HoullebecAt the time I wondered for a moment why I find generalized misanthropy acceptable even kind of charming but felt specifically targeted hatreds were completely repellant I mean of course I understand why I think that but how rational is it Why is hating fewer people not okay while hating everyone is fineAgain of course I understand why that s the case but it is a little funny Anyway this train of thought doesn t have much to do with this book except that maybe it does relate to the French and the way that they think about people But I don t know much about them as a culture and therefore won t generalize hereI was so into the first half of The Elementary Particles that it made me feel terrible in that amazing hedonistic I hate myself for loving you way that top shelf Martin Amis brings on This book has a lot in common with St Aubyn s The Patrick Melrose Novels which I never got around to reviewing properly both in that it s about the extraordinarily fucked up children of wealthy Europeans and that it degenerates somewhat into overly expository and transparently philosophical fake monologues later on in the book In other words I was obsessively entranced by the first half and the second half was just okayMy favorite thing about The Elementary Particles was the way that it would constantly pull back from the story of its characters to tie their experiences to generalized historical and biological trends This is what fiction is and how it works and I love seeing it spelled out like that This book is about two half brothers with a terrible mom and tries to describe and comment on massive transformations in human life and experience For the most part I think it did do a pretty good job though I m not sure I agree with its arguments and conclusionsAgain I really loved the first half of this book though I didn t think the second half was as good I d be embarrassed to recommend it to most people based on its graphic sexual content and bleak view of human relations though if I were honest I d admit I think he s got a lot rightI think based on this book that Houllebec wrestles with a lot of the uestions most significant to the time we re upon He does this wrestling in a way that might not be palatable to all and while I find this compelling I haven t yet decided if I ll go out with him again Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic resentimiento Una novela demoledora sobre una generación derrotada de la mano del más contundente escritor francés viv. Years ago I went out on a few dates with a French guy He was A Daddy for Christmas regular charming misanthrope I discerned that he hated Muslims black people and homosexuals even than he hated everyone else and so I didn t go out with him againThat French guy was a big fan of Michel HoullebecAt the time I wondered for a moment why I find generalized misanthropy acceptable even kind of charming but felt specifically targeted hatreds were completely Banned in Britain repellant I mean of course I understand why I think that but how Hour of the Beast rational is it Why is hating fewer people not okay while hating everyone is fineAgain of course I understand why that s the case but it is a little funny Anyway this train of thought doesn t have much to do with this book except that maybe it does Dictionary Of Dreams relate to the French and the way that they think about people But I don t know much about them as a culture and therefore won t generalize hereI was so into the first half of The Elementary Particles that it made me feel terrible in that amazing hedonistic I hate myself for loving you way that top shelf Martin Amis brings on This book has a lot in common with St Aubyn s The Patrick Melrose Novels which I never got around to The Love of a Latino reviewing properly both in that it s about the extraordinarily fucked up children of wealthy Europeans and that it degenerates somewhat into overly expository and transparently philosophical fake monologues later on in the book In other words I was obsessively entranced by the first half and the second half was just okayMy favorite thing about The Elementary Particles was the way that it would constantly pull back from the story of its characters to tie their experiences to generalized historical and biological trends This is what fiction is and how it works and I love seeing it spelled out like that This book is about two half brothers with a terrible mom and tries to describe and comment on massive transformations in human life and experience For the most part I think it did do a pretty good job though I m not sure I agree with its arguments and conclusionsAgain I Other Days, Other Eyes really loved the first half of this book though I didn t think the second half was as good I d be embarrassed to Deception Island recommend it to most people based on its graphic sexual content and bleak view of human The Family relations though if I were honest I d admit I think he s got a lot The First Partition of Poland rightI think based on this book that Houllebec wrestles with a lot of the uestions most significant to the time we The Hero of Varay re upon He does this wrestling in a way that might not be palatable to all and while I find this compelling I haven t yet decided if I ll go out with him again


About the Author: Michel Houellebecq

Michel Houellebec born Michel Thomas born 26 February 1958 birth certificate or 1956 on the French island of Réunion is a controversial and award winning French novelist To admirers he is a writer in the tradition of literary provocation that reaches back to the Maruis de Sade and Baudelaire; to detractors he is a peddler who writes vulgar sleazy literature to shock His works though pa