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The author of the book: Ignacy Karpowicz
Edition: Wydawnictwo Literackie
Date of issue: June 5th 2013
ISBN: 8308051189
ISBN 13: 9788308051184
Language: English
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 2.70 MB

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Człowiek bez k-ości, realia współczesn-ości, wiele możliw-ości…
Najnowsza powieść Ignacego Karpowicza – laureata Paszportu Polityki – o zagmatwanej naturze relacji międzyludzkich, pełnych gier i sądów. Czasem pół-, a czasem serio. I bardzo dobrze. Bardzo.
Kot Bury zdechł. A to dopiero początek zamieszania… Maja oskarża Szymona o romans. Ninel, która dla swojej matki wciąż jest Kubą, wiąże się z Norbertem, poznanym po konkursie drag queens. Ten jednak od lat kocha się w Krzysiu, którego związek z Andrzejem stanął właśnie pod znakiem zapytania.
Jak zrozumieć człowieka, który wykasował profil na facebooku? Czy warto słuchać rad zachłannej tchórzofretki? Czy żona może polubić kochankę męża?
W końcu – co może łączyć małżeństwo, gejowską parę, mężczyznę zupełnie pozbawionego owłosienia oraz kobietę o niejednoznacznej tożsamości? Wbrew pozorom – bardzo wiele…

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Ebook Ości read Online! Born 1976, prose-writer, traveler, translator; he made his debut with the novel Uncool (2006), and then published another novel, The Miracle (2007), and a collection of impressions from his journeys around Ethiopia, The Emperor’s New Flower (and Bees) (2007); which was nominated for the POLITYKA Passport; he lives (mainly) in Warsaw.

The first part of Ignacy Karpowicz’s debut novel, Uncool, might seem to suggest that we have here another young prose-writer seeking to describe the various miseries of the provincial life, as the author brings us young and frustrated residents of Białystok who have difficulty making ends meet. But the second part of the novel clearly leans toward unhinged, no-holds-barred grotesque, in which the writer opens the floodgates of fantasy (the main protagonist speaks with animated monuments, the city becomes a battleground for various fractions, wallowing in total chaos). In his next novel, The Miracle, Karpowicz has clearly set his money down on the grotesque. The book’s protagonist dies in a car accident, but his body does not decay after death, on the contrary – it maintains a high temperature. The appearance of this unusual corpse throws the lives of the people who encounter it into confusion, and forces them to reevaluate their views on the world.

Karpowicz is a refined stylist, who skillfully uses the grotesque, irony and humor (unconventional, disarming, often black) to tackle stereotypical ways of thinking about reality. He makes light of patriotic and religious cliches in an intelligent and refined manner. But Karpowicz is no ordinary provocateur – this mockery is what allows him to gain some distance from the world.
In The Emperor’s New Flower Karpowicz tackles reportage. He describes his travels through Ethiopia, giving us some insight into the history, culture and daily life of this exotic country. The author also tries to deconstruct the traditional model of reportage in his book, consciously bending genres, being neither reportage nor novel, but rather a unique sort of travel prose, thus stressing what he sees as the irreducible subjectivity of his descriptions of the country he encounters.

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