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In his forward, the author suggests this work might be “too serious, too mannered and wordy.

Adam porces a deserter of the military and date raped a friend named Michele. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Finally the real voice of the young, said the critics.

I quite liked Le Clezio’s Desert. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The complete review ‘s Review:. Eric marked it as verbql Oct 20, I wanted to eat every single word, literally. I love it when an author inadvertently sums up his own book somewhere along the way: He will act or speak like a character in a conventional novel, and then drift towards incoherence.

Near the beginning, Pollo commits what can only be described as rape, but the victim has lr reaction.

Book ratings by Goodreads. Suddenly, the merely phenomenological Adam Pollo we had known before becomes an intellectual familiar with Ruysbroek, the Inca, and a whole slew of mystics and philosophers.

The Interrogation

Joanny added it Jul 20, Alas… The highlight and Supreme Moment of bliss comes when Adam sees an old person struggling to move ahead. We all live by stories, but stories can also unmake and destroy us. It’s not a nothing happens in the “Seinfeld sense” either.

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Although different they held similarities for me in that they both are examples of the type of experimentalism in film and literature that was popularized in the 60s and 70s. This is the story of Adam Pollo, a deserter who figures he has conquered the task of living without money. There are moments when I felt sorry for him- I guess… But it is not out of order to consider the opposite situation where I am to be pitied for my lack of imagination.

Nicos rated it it was amazing Oct 16, Which, to a certain degree, makes sense, it’s the sort of thing the French literary establishment likes, which is to say its form is quasi-experimental, even if its content is dully predictable, it takes an ironic attitude, but you’re not sure what this ironic attitude is toward and if you have to ask, you’re clearly not worthy of itand things happen with the same proves that Godard employed in Pierrot le Fou.

You must understand that what was happening to Adam on this particular rainy day might equaly well have happened to him on any other day. One always feels called upon to illustrate the abstract idea by an example of the latest craze, rather fashionable, indecent if possible, and above al — and above all, quite unconnected with the question.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. It would be really strange if one of these days there were not something more to say about Adam or some other among him. The Interrogation is Le Clezio’s first novel, which becomes ever more interesting as we see Adam developing into While awaiting the worst, the story is over. What is his struggle about? Preview — The Interrogation by J. Most of the literary sections ran their prize news putting the Renaudot first, in order to feature the twenty-three-year-old discovery that was rocking Paris literary circles.


The Interrogation by J.M.G. Le Clézio

Owen Houlston added it Feb 26, To that end he takes up occupancy in an abandoned house. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Odra Cardenas rated it it was amazing Apr 08, Stelioskar marked it as to-read Feb 04, May 25, Robert Wechsler marked it as tasted Shelves: And the Nobel Prize: That is the reason for the different, detailed descriptions of reality from different perspectives.

There, he is interviewed by a group of medical students the Interrogation of the titlebut they can do little to penetrate his isolation and completeness.

I did not like this book and fell a sleep numerous times while trying to read it. Refresh and try again. Like nothing else, they said. Looking for beautiful books? But overall, I’m just glad I got through it.