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Moravagine

A hospital for the criminally insane by his starstruck psychiatrist the narrator of the book who foresees a companionship in crime that will also be an unprecedented scientific collaboration Moravagine travels from Moscow to San Antonio to deepest ia engaged in schemes and scams as among other things terrorist speculato. What to say about this I know it is highly rated as a modernist classic and make no mistake it is very inventive with some fantastical scenes and stories Many reviews I have seen rave about it and compare it to Burroughs Naked Lunch Even Henry Miller loved it I can understand all that and I know it careers through the early twentieth century taking apart many sacred cows and exposing much hypocrisy However I did not like it The title sets the tone Moravagine means Death to or by vagina and the books tone is mercilessly misogynistic It is about a young psychiatrist when discovers a prisoner in an institution Moravagine who has various deformities who is there because he murdered his fiancee He decides it would be a good idea to let him free so they could have adventures together because the fellow is inte

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At once truly appalling and appallingly funny Blaise Cendrars's Moravagine bears comparison with Naked Lunch except that it's a lot entertaining to read Heir to an immense aristocratic fortune mental and physical mutant Moravagine is a monster a man in pursuit of a theorem that will justify his every desire Released from. In the beginning was the rhythm and only eventually the rhythm gained corporealityBlaise Cendrars boldly bases his novel on the concept of Alfred Jarry s pataphysicsHysteria Freud had taken up the problem had gone into it amply profoundly had lifted it extracted it from its purely experimental and clinical domain to make of it a kind of pataphysics of social religious and artistic pathologyBlaise Cendrars doesn t write he literally crochets a morbidly pathological lace of maleficent wordsDiseases are We do not make or unmake them at will We are not their masters They make us they form us They may even have created us They belong to that state of activity which we call life They may be its main activityMoravagine is a uintessence of villainy he is an incarnation of mental pathology he becomes a metaph The Millionairess truly appalling and appallingly funny Blaise Cendrars's Moravagine bears comparison with Naked Lunch except Elements of the Writing Craft that it's a lot entertaining Me Tawk Funny to read Heir E.E. Cummings to an immense aristocratic fortune mental and physical mutant Moravagine is a monster a man in pursuit of a Judgment Day theorem Bumperhead that will justify his every desire Released from. In The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas the beginning was The Women on the Island the rhythm and only eventually Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques the rhythm gained corporealityBlaise Cendrars boldly bases his novel on How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal the concept of Alfred Jarry s pataphysicsHysteria Freud had Let the Trumpet Sound: A Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. (P.S.) taken up Me So Pretty! (Pretty Freekin Scary, the problem had gone into it amply profoundly had lifted it extracted it from its purely experimental and clinical domain The Witchs Coven to make of it a kind of pataphysics of social religious and artistic pathologyBlaise Cendrars doesn Supplementary Exercises for Introducing Biblical Hebrew by Allen P. Ross t write he literally crochets a morbidly pathological lace of maleficent wordsDiseases are We do not make or unmake Great Famine them at will We are not The Color of Night their masters They make us What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings they form us They may even have created us They belong Pulse (Frank Quinn, to Obsession that state of activity which we call life They may be its main activityMoravagine is a uintessence of villainy he is an incarnation of mental pathology he becomes a metaph

Blaise Cendrars ¹ 4 review

R gold prospector and pilot He also enjoys a busy sideline in rape and murder At last the two friends return to Europe just in time for World War I when the whole world was doing a MoravagineThis new edition of Cendrars's underground classic is the first in English to include the author's afterword How I Wrote Moravagine. Courageous absurdity Audacious luster Uneuivocal bloodlust Dragging existentialism across the muddied battlefields at the heart of man s inextinguishable conflagration this book bestows the chattering of the primal inescapably intertwined with the human spirit Nihilism rants from the gutters of humanity speaking that inexcusable uncomfortable unapologetic truth The mirror reflects a monstrosity but what else was there to view but man devouring its own flesh shitting out ideals only to fertilize the destruction that lay ravaged heaping with steaming germination Yes they rebuilt the milieu but with raw inconsolable exteriors Blood barely drying This book unveils the animosity that harkens from our core as if the duality dominated our path of discovery Cendrars is almost a victim Moravagine is almost a hero


10 thoughts on “Moravagine

  1. says:

    In the beginning was the rhythm and only eventually the rhythm gained corporealityBlaise Cendrars boldly bases his novel on the concept of Alfred Jarry’s pataphysicsHysteria Freud had taken up the problem had gone into it amply pro

  2. says:

    If you only read one book this year about a diminutive gimp who enjoys disemboweling women make it this one It will at least save you the bother of having to find another one And there's certainly no book uite like Blaise Cendrars' Moravagine a tonally irregular provocative artifact of the 1920s French avant garde But don't be scared off by the phrase 'French avant garde' and its omens of obfuscation and aesthetic prickliness Moravagine i

  3. says:

    Book Circle Reads 17Rating 3 sickened stars of five The Publisher Says At once truly appalling and appallingly funny Blaise

  4. says:

    What to say about this I know it is highly rated as a modernist classic; and make no mistake it is very inventive with some fantastical scenes and stories Many reviews I have seen rave about it and compare it to Burroughs' Naked Lunch Even Henry Miller loved it I can understand all that and I know it careers th

  5. says:

    Let's just say the title translates as both death TO and death BY vagina It's part pulp adventure tale part embodied manifesto whose main message is that madness and disease are the guiding forces on earth and all Greatest

  6. says:

    Blaise Cendrars is one of those characters that one can't believe that they actually exist His novel reads like a demented Sam Fuller film with a script by Luis Bunuel Well that how it reads to meNevertheless this early 20th Century classic is sort of the door that leads to the madness of that Century It's a feverish adventure tale that goes beyond reason into a form of madness And Cendrars was this one arm manic was on

  7. says:

    Courageous absurdity Audacious luster Uneuivocal bloodlust Dragging existentialism across the muddied battlefields at the heart of man’s inextinguishable conflagration this book bestows the chattering of the primal inescapably intertwined wi

  8. says:

    Moravagine is one huge masturbatory celebration Cendrars’ personal exorcism into born again apogee I think Cendrars woke up one morning and he decided he’d had enough of dichotomy duality and double structure With one fell swoop of the literary sword he cut himself in two separating out the unacceptable face of humanity like so much egg white oozing away from the yolk and infested invested Moragavine ran

  9. says:

    I couldn't decide whether to give this 3 stars or 4 stars not that anyone would care either way Cendrars seems to have hated this book having begun it in 1917 he was still trying to finish it as he crossed the Euat

  10. says:

    This seemed to me to be the right if not logical next book after just completing Fear A Novel of World War I Take the horrors of war and paint them allegorically in the form of a human monster I was promised it would be At

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