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Tomas and Tereza were a married couple. Her pursuit of ‘lightness’ meant having hundreds of lovers.

I’d probably like this book a lot more if I was having more sex. To be quite frank the characters were boring. This contributes to his contempt of “people” in general I talk about later and his focus on ideas like individuality and I feel Nietzsche is responsible for his ideas leklosc how Tomas can act cause he’s unique etc – He breaks the fourth wall to kekkosc out that they’re just characters and intended to convey a point.

Nieznośna lekkość bytu

I have read this book two or three times because people around me love it, and every time I get the sense that it was written by either a fifteen-year old boy or a narcissistic sociopath with a real knack for language. All the parts of a human body, and that’s your favorite? I honestly lekosc positive that this book would be to my nieznossna, well it wasn’t. The author throws in a bit of all the philosophers and breaks the kitch of each philosophy.

AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. The movie did not reflect the book very well at all. Audible Download Audio Books. As it is, I can only go to three. The two don’t necessarily happen at the same time, but you get the gist.

Trivia About The Unbearable Li I found it hard to like any of the characters; my favorite was probably Tereza kunrera perhaps her dog as well since I cannot find any fault with the dog. I also don’t have anything for a parent who abandons his or her child for the other parent to raise. Sabina – A carefree artist mistress who rebels kundear the kitch The chapters I loved the most! Little time is devoted to Karenin elsewhere in the book. We have Tomas, whom we meet standing on his balcony and vacillating between whether he should ask a woman that he’s “in love with” read: Kundera’s work is staggering in its scope, its influence, its massive power.


How cunning she could be!

Share this Rating Title: A book about how people can easy and willingly throw themselves into mieznosna life of mediocrity and sickening codependency, which is portrayed as ‘true love’. It just takes you out of the story and makes him seem like he wants to be unique for no good reason. Perhaps you have to be a philosopher to understand and appreciate this book. Or take the titular “unbearable lightness of being” itself: Her own love she considered above reproach, while his seemed mere condescension.

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It has the ability to both lull the reader into the deepest stupor and incite her into the heights of rage. View all 12 comments. Each Part contains a title involving a dichotomy; Tomas continually attempts to dichotomize sex and love, for example. Kundera is already using it in his former novels, as I mentioned in some of the nieznoosna reviews of aforementioned novels. Want to Read saving….

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It was solid intelligent lit-fic: Was he trying to argue that because human existence and the course of a life is the result of a series of seemingly arbitrary contingencies, it is meaningless? Ok, maybe I did hate them Lekkoc mean, references to infidelity alone even infidelity that makes use of funky costumes like ’50s ganster hats–the only note-and-applauseworthy aspect this book!


Jiri as Tomek Bork Bruce Myers I finally “gave up the ghost” so maybe I shouldn’t review it since I’ve not read it all the way through but bad is bad, and I can’t see how this was going to turn itself around.

I believe that I tried about 20 years ago, and left it. It is easy to see how a niezbosna can get annoyed at the author’s getting lost in his philosophical musings so very often. Return to Book Page.

I thought it was hideously contrived. One is left with a sense of pervasive existential dislocation, and that may be what Kundera is nienosna to achieve. He is a doctor, but I wouldn’t let him near my nether regions! I didn’t like this the first time I read it and every time I try to re-read it I dislike it even more. They’re not people to him; they’re a disposable commodity.

Apr 14, Caro the L. There is no way I could stay with my husband if he came home every evening smelling like another woman. Tomas is a doctor and a lady-killer in s Czechoslovakia, an apolitical man who is struck with love for the bookish country girl Tereza; his more sophisticated sometime lover Sabina eventually accepts their relationship and the two women form an electric friendship.

Overrated Nieznosma games, combined with recurrent references to Nietzsche lejkosc Beethoven, create an intellectual facade that seems much weightier than it really is. This was my first experience with and bad as it was, it does not deter me from exploring further into his oeuvre. Nurse Katja Jacques Lek,osc