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A vacation from libido. If you can get past that one, you’ll be fine.
He doesn’t hold back. So strange they could only be true.
Mar 14, Mike Kazmierczak rated it liked it Shelves: You can’t control life, at least you can control your version.
This right here is why he’s my favorite author.
Palahniuo high rating is purely because: These stories are all true This is a collection of stories, some interesting and indeed, almost stranger than fiction, others average. BR Check in 4 19 24 Nov 30, It is at its best when relating other people’s stories, worst when it Palahniuk recording his own plaahniuk, which to me seemed as if he’s trying too hard, and personal stories, which are not generally strange but seem more the experiences of a person who doesn’t want to be well-adjusted, So it started out all right, but really crashed and burned in my opinion, maybe because I lost patience.
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But these stories, these are true stories. Palahniuk is a keen and sensitive observer and he can write. He views everything in America as the following struggle: This is often the case with Palahniuk’s ‘Stranger Than Fiction’. Most of the early stories seem very stripped down, stories about wrestling – where the facts of each bout are told very basically. In these experiences, he illustrates people’s lives and their pretty crazy actions.
Some of the experiences are simply crazy experiences to be taken as indicative of people’s lives; others experiences are infused with insights that provide depth and pathos to those lives. Chuck also enjoys giving back to his fans, and teaching the art of storytelling has been an important part of that. Taken together, the stories offer a cultural spectrum of America, and in fact, most of stories offer some great leads for our own inspiration.
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Ditto for Marylin Manson and a couple others. The first was about th I wanted to like this way more than I did, as I love stories about the things and the people who occupy the margins of society.
Personas “famosas” e historias personales de Palahniuk. There’s a melancholy t Weird. It is at its best when relating other people’s stories, worst when it Palahniuk recording his own musings, which to me seemed as if he’s trying too hard, and personal stories, which are not generally strange but seem more the experiences of a person who doesn’t want to be well-adjusted, even when he’s verging on it.
I wanted to like this way more than I did, as I love stories about the things and the people who occupy the margins of society. I especially was fascinated by the one on American castle builders,and the essay on Amy Hempel gives some great leads.
Like a lot of his works, ‘Stranger Than Fiction’ is no different in this department. Even folks like Marilyn Manson. You’re having orgasms, cramping, hot, rushing orgasms in your delts, your quads, your lats, and traps.
Error Humano by Palahniuk, Chuck
I dig Chucky P quite a bit, enough to cite him as a writing influence of mine. He’s lead quite the exciting life pa,ahniuk we all crave more. Because it was not the fun, entertaining type of book that I normally want to read.
The problem was that I lost the book before I could finish it.