(E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării


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    Free read Pe culmile disperării (E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării Emil M. Cioran ↠ 2 Read How does one become a pessimist?By reading your book pal You made Schopenhauer look like one of the Teletubbies It was a fortunate thing that I didn’t read this during my impressionable adolescence I still can’t rate it I think a 3 star rating is a good compromise Many uotes that pulled on my heartstrings and many chapters I already forgot out of immunity to certain thoughts and dislike of overly melodramat

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    Emil M. Cioran ↠ 2 Read Characters ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Emil M. Cioran Free read Pe culmile disperării Not Walt Whitman But CloseThis fictional memoir sums up a young man’s view of being old Being old means finally having to confront the end of oneself Cioran does this as a self professed therapeutic exercise His translator calls the book a p

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    (E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării There is a reason why certain authors regardless of their genius are destined to remain relatively anonymous to th

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    Free read Pe culmile disperării Emil M. Cioran ↠ 2 Read (E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării Ah Cioran twenty two years old and already so caustically weary with that great travail called life I remember that age wellThis is a compulsively readable shotgun blast of bleak lyricism that ofttimes offers profound insight and occasionall

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    (E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării Emil M. Cioran ↠ 2 Read I knew when I set eyes on this book’s title that I was going to love it It is so imperfectly perfect so beautifully flawed so darkl

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    (E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării Characters ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Emil M. Cioran Before writing in French this was philosopher Emil Cioran's first book published in Romania in 1934 when he was in his early 20s The short piecesessays that make up the book are full of great melancholy and bleakness and it feels appropriate to read this when it's pitch black outside and pouring with rain not on a nice summer's day In Roman

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    Emil M. Cioran ↠ 2 Read (E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării It's a shame that this is Cioran's most rated book in Goodreads since it's not his best one at all and he knew it Too much downmarket lyricism too juvenile and both the cheap lyricism and juvenality aren't as poetic as he would have

  8. says: (E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării Emil M. Cioran ↠ 2 Read

    (E–pub READ) Pe culmile disperării We live in an age in which it is almost a sin to be unhappy this book is a fine antidote to that stupidity

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    Free read Pe culmile disperării Emil M. Cioran ↠ 2 Read Characters ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Emil M. Cioran Like many other books this one is anything but an escape It impugns reality and swirls it around with words like chaos insomnia love death suicide and the like This is one of the most provocative books I have ever read It is very hard to give a review on this dark extensional author who is commonly known as the “king of pessimists”This

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Free read Pe culmile disperării

Download Ú Pe culmile disperării È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Imagine walking across a tightrope suspended high in the summer air above a bay flooded in the mauve glow of sunset the music of Beethoven's Ode to Joy surrounding you Now imagine the tightrope is actually razor wire and gusts of wind challenge e. Not Walt Whitman But CloseThis fictional memoir sums up a young man s view of being old Being old means finally having to confront the end of oneself Cioran does this as a self professed therapeutic exercise His translator calls the book a prose song of myself thus connecting Cioran with Whitman Perhaps but could this be than merely the sense that each is the opposite of the otherWhitman finds his joy and inspiration in his good health Cioran revels in his physical suffering as the source of artistic virtue Whitman is called by the urge of the world Cioran feels the urge of death Whitman celebrates Cioran mourns Whitman looks forward to a lucky Death Cioran wants us to give Death the fear it deserves Whitman says I exist as I am that is enough Cioran says We are so lonely in life that we must ask ourselves if the loneliness of dying is not a symbol of our human existence One could go on cataloguing the precise contradictions between the two Their views on their own lives and that of the world itself are so obviously antithetical that the list of correspondences uickly becomes boring Nonetheless there is this that makes them brothers the irresistible necessity to express their innermost subjective selves Both feel they are exploding with something of universal significance What each perceives is simply too powerful to remain hidden What both provide therefore is a sort of phenomenology of the soul Not as a promotion or recommendation but as a description In a way it is not the content of each exposition that is most important but the method of construction As Cioran says this method is one of lyricism that is the attentive expression of emotions and other physical states No ideas no arguments no explanation no theory So despite their radically different stances Whitman and Cioran are actually similar examples of this lyrical method They certainly aren t philosophical positions from which to choose

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Download Ú Pe culmile disperării È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Very tortuous step into sublime infinity This is the paradox of emotions one feels when reading On the Heights of Despair the paradigmatic cry of the tortured artist whose explosive intensity of passion is eualed only by the profundity of his des. Ah Cioran twenty two years old and already so caustically weary with that great travail called life I remember that age wellThis is a compulsively readable shotgun blast of bleak lyricism that ofttimes offers profound insight and occasionally jejune invective Cioran is a cruel diagnostician of despair there is little from the realms of spiritual shadow that he is not acutely aware of and scourges the uotidian world with its infinite banality pointlessness and immanent subjugation to death However despite perpetual imprisonment within the inky penumbra of a monstrous mortality this Romanian poet of lyrical lunacy a twentieth century Zarathustra reborn calls for man s effervescent and uninhibited embrace of all the thrilling ecstasies of irrationality grace sublimity joy enthusiasm eros a minstrel abandonment to a musical madness and inchoate freedom a refusal to fully submit to a crippling subjectivism and a breaking of the straitening bonds of philosophical and moral systems that will at least let one seize the pleasures of the moment and laugh at death dance with infinity sing for love instead of crying and moaning in the throes of existential nausea and despondency There is as little aptitude towards suicide within the Transylvanian prophet as there is towards living he defiantly thrusts against the current in the belly of the abyssThe translation is solid and does justice to Cioran s reputation as a Romanian bard philosopher I filled around nine pages of a notebook with uotations from the work there are some truly memorable aphorisms and phrases that sear with a scalding wit and truth If there is a touch too much untamed youthful overacting at points it is a minor and forgivable excess in what is otherwise a delightfully dark jeremiad a paean to pessimism and it limns what an agonizingly astute and lyrical mind the conventional life loathing decrier already possessed at a still tender age

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Download Ú Pe culmile disperării È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Pair In this hauntingly lyrical meditation on darkness stemming from a sustained insomniac hyper lucidity E M Cioran cries out a devastating nihilism that is in the end betrayed by his own intransigent lust for being Compels reading and rereading. We live in an age in which it is almost a sin to be unhappy this book is a fine antidote to that stupidity

  • Paperback
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  • Pe culmile disperării
  • Emil M. Cioran
  • English
  • 27 October 2020
  • 9789732801680