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From the smallest flees to the biggest sharksit plays around with metaphors and hallucinations of all kinds and no critic has been able to pigeonhole it so far. What is certainly known is that it served as a kind of manifesto for the French surrealists and went way beyond the conve A poetic tale in prose, laying out evil in the character of Maldoror, this book is certainly a very different and special ride through murder, sadism and extremely odd and often very surprising images of nature.
I canti di Maldoror
What is id known is that it served as a kind of manifesto for the French surrealists and went way beyond the conventions of its time. In the tradition of Baudelaire and Rimbaud, Ducasse the author’s real name dared to go where very few creatures venture: Highly recommended for the brave readers who seek out a confrontational reading experience.
But beware of the monsters! Tu ne laisse pas facilement deviner aux yeux avides des sciences naturelles les mille secrets de ton intime organisation: L’homme se vante sans cesse, et pour des minuties. N’ouvre pas tes yeux! Cwnti nos yeux exprimaient tout.
Un pazzo visionario che scrive da Dio. Se incontrate un pidocchio sulla vostra strada, tirate avanti, e non leccategli le papille della lingua. Vi succederebbe qualche incidente. Sei stanco di vivere, tu che sei appena nato? No, it is a book to which one must devote his whole person, offering a portion of the soul to its pages.
Maldoror is a work that celebrates violence and cruelty, denying any goodness in life while affirming its possibilities, its protagonist, a lone figure who stands in opposition to god, man, and all goodness.
Ducasse’s prose is hallucinatory, every word, every phrase drips with opium metaphor and luciferian voc “Les Chants de Maldoror” is a book not to be reached for idly or consumed casually. Ducasse’s prose is hallucinatory, every word, every phrase drips with opium metaphor and luciferian vocabulary.
Its narrative is fractured and deranged, its polemicals bombastic and unrestrained, its protagonist-narrator is without positive attribute or any humane quality. It is an impenetrable and maddening book. Yet, I feel an odd kinship with its narrator, his demonic resistance to the good, his opposition to god and man. To explain the pull this book maintains over me, that avernean kinship —I think to the passage that begins with, “I sought a soul that might resemble mine”.
Perhaps it was in the nature of my first coming to encounter its text, having picked it by chance from the shelves while browsing in a cangi used bookstore. I had never heard of the book before, but intrigued Dl read the first ten pages while sitting among the shelves.
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Taken with its prose but penniless, I hid the book away in an obscure corner, behind a copy of the Bible, an unintended irony. I was unable to return to the bookstore for several weeks; in those intervening days I lapsed into a deep depression. Returning to that shop on a black, listless day, the book remained waiting me. Over the following days I read it in fits and stops, rereading the same passages endlessly.
For weeks it was the only book I read, and in an odd way it rejuvenated me. I do not question its power. Y me encanta que haya logrado asquearme un par de veces. Con la musicalidad en sus letras y el horror en su conjunto, nos muestra el mundo oculto en el que vivimos, mediante un surrealismo que define nuestra ignorancia. This book is too ironic for me. Lettura ardua, a tratti entusiasmante.
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Les Chants de Maldoror is often described as the first surrealist book.
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