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Maybe you need catharsis and intensity to validate your attention.

Would you like us to take another look at this review? We didn’t have the good cable channels in hindsight there was probably no such thing as good cable. Where Were You, My Son? Tears are scripted and it doesn’t get better on repeat nights. This conversation would be repeated in later years and warned us about the dangers in dating mama’s boys.

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Disgust is on it’s nyugalkm, always. The plot jumps around a lot and there were times when I felt somewhat lost as to where I had stopped reading. But this book is good.

If you think this is a book you just take before going to bed, read for 10 minutes and then go to sleep, you are wrong. Video of Attila Bartis in conversation with Brian Evenson. En pas bij de laatste regel voelde ik dat die sympathie groter was dan nyugalo, tijdens het hele boek aan mezelf heb durven toegeven, dacht ik.

Damn it, I don’t remember how it went now. We get to know his feelings and thoughts from the first-person narrative, and as we advance, we are losing our hope of a catharsis that attilz can free himself from the emotional prison his mother has built around him, not even with the help of his girlfriend.


It sucks you in immediately, it chews you, I love and look for good first sentences. After years of coexisting in a love-hate relationship marked by routine and possible incest, Andor brings home Eszter, a beautiful girl his own age. It helps if you’re Hungarian, for context.

No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Anyway, I pictured the book in similar colors: Recomendo demais pra quem sabe apreciar literatura.

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Bartiss in with Facebook Other Sign in options. No, I mean it! Nici vorba, romanul e intortocheat si barfis ca spectacolele lui Afrim insusi, dar de aici si pana la a se preta unei adaptari e cale lunga; curiozitatea ramane. Remarkably, the result is less the rant of a Bernhardian obsessive than one might expect: Then Andor meets the beautiful and nurturing Eszter, a woman who seems to have no past, and they fall wildly in love at first sight.

One month, though, we had a free movie channel. I don’t know how much, if any, of this narrative comes from Bartis’ own life, but the story within this book is gut-wrenching and yet impossible to tear oneself away from.

I should be working on my comic, but instead I’m reading this book, Tranquility, by Attila Bartis, a Romanian, and as I’m writing this I’m wondering why so much interesting art is coming out of Romania?

But you shouldn’t confuse sincerity with obscenity,” nugalom said. It echoes consciously or not any number of things: I re-read big chunks of this book again yesterday, leaping forward and backwards across its fractured chronology and feverishly turning the pages. Al snel zag ik er een paar van mijn aller-aller-aller-favorietste boeken tussen staan terwijl ik de overige titels niet nyugalon had of zelfs nog nooit gezien had.


If there’s a problem with the book, I think it is momentum.

Tranquility by Attila Bartis

Tranquility is the time and space filling of lies. That’s not hopeless feeling or balloons of despair dropped down on me from above blue skies. Chennai International Film Festival Oct 27, William rated it it was amazing. Jul 30, Will rated it really liked it. But after a while there is not much impetus to turn the page, other than to find one of the scattered dead-end epiphanies that structure the book. Unable to withstand her maniacal tyranny but afraid to leave her alone, their bitter interdependence spirals into a Sartrian hell of hatred, lies, and appeasement.

In a large apartment in Hungary during the death throes of communism, obedient Andor lives with his eccentric mother, Rebeka, a once-celebrated stage actress-turned-recluse. Everyone knows this story. Her bouquets were mandatory from the audience and from her children same thing, really. One day, Eduardo visits Sara; he’s her lover son and is looking for answers about the relationship between his father and Sara.

Lists with This Book. The Romanian-born Hungarian author is very much of his time and place: