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nienasycenie mobile Nienasycenie KindleCes the adventures of a young Pole whose own fate parallels the collapse of Western civilization following a Chinese communist invasion from the East Written in 1927 Witkiewicz's novel presages the horrifying anti utopia.

Ces the adventures of a young Pole whose own fate parallels the collapse of Western civilization following a Chinese communist invasion from the East Written in 1927 Witkiewicz's novel presages the horrifying anti utopia.

PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro

[Reading] ➼ Nienasycenie By Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz – Ms-style.pro This novel the author's masterpiece is one of the greatest expressions ever of the tortured intersection of political and personal destinies in Eastern Europe Futuristic experimental and remarkably prThis novel the author's masterpiece is one of the greatest expressions ever of the tortured intersection of political and personal destinies in Eastern Europe Futuristic experimental and remarkably prophetic the book tra.

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PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz 24 February 1885 – 18 September 1939 commonly known as Witkacy was a Polish writer painter philosopher playwright novelist and photographer active in the interwar periodBorn in Warsaw Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz was a son of the painter architect and an art critic Stanisław Witkiewicz His mother was Maria Pietrzkiewicz Witkiewiczowa Both of his parents wer

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  1. Glenn Russell Glenn Russell says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie Kindle Insatiability 530 page literary gush from the pen of Polish author Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz aka Witkacy protein creator par excellence novelist playwright photographer painter the paintings included here are Witkacy's Insatiability written in the late 1920s where the fire of romanticism meets the dolor of decadence reminding me in turn of Berlin Alexanderplatz by Alfred Döblin published in the same year Robert Musil's The Man Without Qualities written mostly during the same period and for its sheer exuberance and personal pyrotechnics Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer insatiability wherein we follow the rollicking adventures of Polish aristocrat Genezip Kapen aka Zip in a future Poland around the year 2000 Oh have times changed The first Polish


  2. JanMaat JanMaat says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleThis is a book that deserves to be better known It's the kind of thing that all readers of 1984 and Brave New World would apprec


  3. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleStanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz had an absolutely original mentality and as a result there is an absolutely original absurdist dystopia InsatiabilityHe played fiendishly brutally savagely inhumanly sadistically extracting his listeners’ entrails and wallowing in them the way Gilles de Rais was said to have done with his victims gorging on the metaphysical pain of these human wrecks rescuing them from the quotidian and catapulting them into a boundless eschatological awe and wonder This was art not the sort of piano thumping performed by blasé virtuosi or intellectual designers of new sensual thrills for hysterical femalesAnd this is exactly the way Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz writes – he turns his narration into a firework of schizoid images with which he literally extracts his readers’ entrailsIn the first part of the novel The Awakening the hero physiologically sensually mentally and metaphysically wakes up to the surrounding realityThe fact rema


  4. LS Popovich LS Popovich says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleA challenging vengeful manic weird gloriously random obscure panegyric A dystopian war like anti war novel The Polish Gravity's Rainbow rendered less comprehensible via translation There is still a lot to gain absorb and relish about this book even if every other sentence goes in one ear and out the other The punning goes on and on an on and examine the evidence of hundreds of notes before deciding whether your efforts to understand this book in its entirety are worthwhile Self references abound along with comments on war personal hygiene lots of phallocentric jokes goofy asides well formed rational arguments alongside pure indulgent sexual fantasyLike Wyndham Lewis' The Apes of God this is a book adored by other writers among them Gombrowicz but difficult for readers of our age to appreciate A profusion of characters carry on conversations containing so many scattered references of the early Twentieth Century European variety that you will undoubtedly feel mind boggle


  5. Megha Megha says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleIt is inevitable for a work of literature to be infused with its author’s personality in multiple ways not the least of which are their intellectual and artistic dispositions Quite early on while reading Insatiability I caught my thoughts going back to Mervyn Peake Peake’s vivid and visual writing had greatly charmed me in Titus Groan A look at Witkeiwicz’s wikipedia page informed me that he too like Peake had been a painter His writing undoubtedly has a visual characteristic as well Peake had used his v


  6. Michael Perkins Michael Perkins says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleI first learned about this book from Chapter One of The Captive Mind by Czesław Miłosz He has an excellent summary of this long often dense bookA curious book appeared in Warsaw in 1932 It was a novel in two volumes entitled Insatiability Its author was Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz a painter writer and philosopher who had constructed a philosophical system akin to the monadology of Leibnitz As in his earlier novel Farewell to Autumn his language was difficult full of neologisms


  7. lisaemily lisaemily says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleIt is a difficult book to explain It fits within the strange and perverse literary universe between Lautréamont's Songs of Maldoror and Alfred Jarry's Days Nights Complicated perverse and at times unwieldy I was mesmerized and overwhelmed simultaneously I vacillated between being unable to put the book down to being incapable of reading another sentence but I finished it Written in a language that is fantastic and punful even in translation with grotesque and unreal characters it has a basic story plot a coming of age story for the main character Genezip Kapen and his initiation into the sexuality His initial sexual romantic relationship and involvement with a group of artistic sadists eventually corrupts him and he loses his mind Genezip or Zip runs off to join the military and then has a few mind loosening romances which he ends u


  8. JM Hushour JM Hushour says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleThere is something indelicately yet refreshingly agonizing to re reading something that you have personally regarded as a pinnacle of literature since your early 20s only to find that this masterpiece that you have over the decades recommended blindly to countless associates peers and potential sexual partners is just downright fucking terribleThat it is Witkiewicz that we're talking about though somehow makes it all better It makes perfect sense to find that the crowning prose achievement of the consummate clown social abberation drug addict anthropologist fucking and malevolent absurdist Witkiewicz is indeed a colossal mountain of steaming Tatran donkey shitBefore I go on I must observe that I have an immense amount of respect and admiration for Witkiewicz as one of those sublime fellow idiots who makes pretensions to the Arts always capitalized His portraiture work his photography and his paintings not to speak of


  9. Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk Mieczyslaw Kasprzyk says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleI love Witkiewicz as an artist His drawings are expressive and have a touch of insanity about them I had also read about this book and gone to so much trouble trying to get hold of it so you can imagine I was really looking forward to reading this oneOh dear Perhaps it's my ageI found this book difficult to get into but was prepared to give it a go I struggled It starts as a pseudo intellectual self analysis of adolescent sexual desires and religious belief of relationships with parents and friends A tantalising reference to war and communist invasion is thrown in but most of that first chapter and indeed the one that follows which is set in an aristocratic party the words just begin to merge and I found contemplating my navel much stimulating Pompous words and ideas just roll off in some sort of autonomous writing experiment I reall did lose the will to liveLife is too short


  10. Howard Howard says:

    PDFEPUB Nienasycenie ePUB #242; #237; ms stylepro nienasycenie mobile, Nienasycenie KindleThis has to be one of the most remarkable books I have ever read It was written by predominantly artist and playwright Polish Witkiewicsz in 1929who sadly committed suicide as Russia invaded Poland in 1939 I must at the outset warn you of the reasons why you might not like this book first because if you can overcome the hurdles what awaits is quite astounding Ok the problems with this book are It has the smallest and most densely packed font I have ever seen in a novel and then it has many par


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