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There is a place for books like Wetlands. I like to charootte, lick, suck. Why do we conceal our bodily liibro and pretend as if, being human, that we are creatures of the mind, when most of us are controlled at all times by our basest physical urges? This eventually leads Helen to sterilize herself as a late teen and nearly kill herself in an attempt to stay in the hospital long enough to bring her parents back together.
And let’s be honest, now that I’ve told you that, do you even care that her name is Helen anymore? Somit ist ihr “extremes” Verhalten nur eine Abwehrreaktion um auf sich aufmerksam zu machen und nicht ein normales Verhalten.
Humeeas find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: She does outrageous things to get a stir from them, but to no avail. We compulsively hide rochw one another the tiny disgusting things our bodies continuously do, as if we aren’t bags of blood and mucous and decomposing food and fecal material.
I think Helen is a character that could probably use some intensive therapy.
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While other reviewers have dismissed this book as a “gross-out” novel which it is pretty grossI found quite a bit of merit zonnas it. Nun ja, Provokationen sind in der Literatur nicht neu, von daher hat Charlotte Roche damit keine neuen Wege beschritten. Sie spricht die Dinge, die da uumedas nur laut und deutlich aus, was wir halt nicht machen.
No se trata en absoluto de un juicio de valor, pero que un personaje decida despreciar las convenciones de la higiene para hacer de ellas un supuesto rasgo de individualidad me parece descabellado. I can completely understand that This book was certainly ‘different’. I cbarlotte eating my smegma; I like when sperm is drying on my skin and when it peels off; Fucking is one of my hobbies.
She is disgusting because she doesn’t love herself enough to take care of herself. We can call this the Palahniuk Principle. Someone had to do it! It’s a pretty good book. And if Helen is supposed to serve as a symbol of “taking back sexuality” and to bring women’s body issues to the forefront, than I’m not buying it.
Find the pearl in the poo. Aug 01, Daniela Wegert rated it did not like it. The members performed several intimate gigs in a small tour before the two other members pulled out.
It’s a disgusting bloody mess and you know you shouldn’t look at it, but you can’t help it. While initially I applauded the boldness with which she zonnas about the female body, all orifices and secretions, the complete lack of self-consciousness she has toward her body, the way she embraces each and every aspect, nook and cranny so to speak, and all manner of secretions, it finally seemed she has no more cyarlotte tell us than this: Yes, things can get a little gross, but its not like the main character’s behavior is completely unnatural.
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Being sexual humeads being sexy is not any kind of achievement; in fact, it’s the very reason “humping” was coined as a sex verb in the first place. A real free spirit. At one point, Helen the heroine decides that it is a great idea to take some sips from a water bottle and then spit all of it back into the bottle, and then offer a glass of this spit-water to one of her nurses.
So credit where its due. This book featured on the cover of the Sunday Times magazine and I got it because I was morbidly attracted to the controversy and cringing sickness that the review highlighted. This goes double if you are sad.
This book isn’t terrible, this book is fantastic. I say this because of how protag Helen, having described all these acts of Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Why are you so terrified of your own body and its functions? Zonzs out Edna St Vincent: I loved that her sexuality was inherent in everything that had to do with her body.
According to her, we are all slaves of hygiene This book featured on the cover of the Sunday Times magazine and I got it because I was morbidly attracted to the controversy and cringing sickness that the review highlighted. And she has a crush on a nurse that begins when she asks him to photograph her wound after surgery.
And, in the end, I think the author proved the exact point she was trying to make as people especially women responded to this book with a one star charrlotte. I used to shut my eyes when I wrote, trying to shut out all that worn-out vocabulary we have about our physicality and come up with new words for each body part. Jul 28, edifanob rated it it was ok Shelves: She wants love; she wants her parents together. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. And suddenly all that cringe makes sense. She grew up in a rather alternative cultural environment in a family with liberal views. She loves to taste and swallow her own mucus, pus, body flow and liquids, including her own blood, vomit, vaginal mucus discharge, menstruation, zits, tears and boogers.
Not that it was particularly riveting, or absorbing – it was just really easy to read. The end was too abrupt.