Kategorie: Deep Reading

  • Flann O’Brien, chuckling

    One of my favorite bits in Flann O’Brien’s The Third Policeman is when the nameless first-person narrator enters the house of the old man he and his companion have murdered. His aim is to finally fetch the old man’s money-box, which was the original reason for the crime. It is in this part that something […]

  • Sound or Fury? Pick a Side.

    Sound or Fury? Pick a Side.

    In his last post, Michael claimed that he kind of understood Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury after reading it like twenty-one times. I am still not impressed. I think these voices from  Amazon reviews make as much sense as what Michael wrote: „I read this book back in college and I hated every moment […]