Friday, April 22, 2016

Min Kamp / My Struggle 1 - Karl Ove Knausgard

Despite all the laudatory opinions and flattering criticism, I hardly expected much else from this than male ego and garrulous introspection.

Despite Knausgard's undeniably skillful writing and unexpectedly approachable writing, I still feel male ego and garrulous introspection was pretty much what I got.

Despite his talent, I just don't feel that yet another heterosexual, middle-aged white man's mémoirs is precisely what the world - or at least I - needs right now. 
Sorry. I'll pass on the following five parts. (Yes! Six in all! I'll refrain from commenting on that one...)

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