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Quizá la respuesta sea no preguntarse el porqué

” será más divertido cuando no me toque perder. Sigo apostando al cinco pero cada dos por tres sale el seis” ( F&F)

” las metáforas son peligrosas, el amor puede surgir de una sola metáfora” ( Milan Kundera) 1.964 palabras más

Playa de España - 15 de junio 2014, Sevilla

15 de junio

Playa de España

13:19pm

                  It’s not the architecture but the people. The man as he exposes the cane he grips in the stance he adopts to stare upwards, shifting his body to the side, thereby revealing his engroundment to the earth; it’s the child with the paper airplane that glides to gravity as he bounds up stairs where men have stormed up in less fervour to kill than he who seeks to safeguard the first flight of his own creation, wanting it to take flight under the illusion of control and not by accident but by will.  397 palabras más

Michal Czerny

Poetic memory / Memoria poetica

“The brain appears to possess a special area which we might call poetic memory and which records everything that charms or touches us, that makes our lives beautiful… love begins with a metaphor. 27 palabras más

...golden Hour...

On 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being'

I’ve finally finished reading this book and my experience of it can best be summed up in the words ‘Y-y-e-e-ah… no.’

Had Kundera stuck to writing about Czech politics I’d have given him a place among my Reread When the World Seems Too Full of Bullshit titles, but because he spent more of the novel demonstrating his ability to generate claptrap about women, sex and philosophy I’ve placed him instead on the Recommend Enthusiastically When Interrogated by the Bullshit-Blind About Your Reading Habits shelf. 501 palabras más

Milan Kundera

Milan Kundera on power and memory.

“The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.”

– Milan Kundera

Milan Kundera (born 1929) is a Czech writer who now lives in France where he fled after being blacklisted by the communist régime in former Czechoslovakia. 24 palabras más

Odds And Ends

HATS, RIVERS & SO ON

The bowler hat was a motif in the musical composition that was Sabina’s life. It returned again and again, each time with a different meaning, and all the meanings flowed through the bowler hat like water through a riverbed. 256 palabras más

Review & Giveaway: The Festival of Insignificance by Milan Kundera

•Hardcover: 128 pages
•Publisher: Harper (June 23, 2015)

A story filled with varying degrees of humor not lacking in seriousness. I’m a huge Kundera fan finding enjoyment in all his works. 345 palabras más

2015