ERLEND LOE NAIVE SUPER PDF

Info pp. These three words summarize the condition of a year-old boy, the main character of this enlightening, although short, novel. The boy is a victim of his own perceptions, he feels them just in the moment they arise, feels them erupting, and does not understand. With a psychiatric-textbook-like awareness, he discerns that triggering events are not particularly relevant and marvels at that, showing flashes of awareness, typical as those in transition from childhood into adolescence. In fact, during the crisis, psychic ages constantly blur within the protagonist, and wise and sharp observations sometimes drill through his merely childhood basis; and these examinations seem to be crazy, but at the same time they are surprisingly rational.

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Info pp. These three words summarize the condition of a year-old boy, the main character of this enlightening, although short, novel. The boy is a victim of his own perceptions, he feels them just in the moment they arise, feels them erupting, and does not understand.

With a psychiatric-textbook-like awareness, he discerns that triggering events are not particularly relevant and marvels at that, showing flashes of awareness, typical as those in transition from childhood into adolescence. In fact, during the crisis, psychic ages constantly blur within the protagonist, and wise and sharp observations sometimes drill through his merely childhood basis; and these examinations seem to be crazy, but at the same time they are surprisingly rational.

So, during a croquet match with his brother a scene that tacitly contains a muddle of family considerations made with a sense of helplessness, competitiveness and unsuitableness, all these feelings with all the frustration that only a childhood psyche, or a very frail one, could perceive , the main character feels the crisis right in the moment of its origin.

And here the style majestically supports the event. And the protagonist has no name, but dominates the story with an all-absorbing first person that recalls a Freudian childhood megalomania. But we also see him learning to open up, and finding communicative ways with several characters. Regarding to that, however, we should point out that his conversations has a kind of potential justification that definitely diminish the significance.

He could lie, or still provide a distorted — and consequently biased — point of view. The last page is emblematic, here we are struck by the complete closure of an exchange with professor Paul Davies, whom the protagonist read a book and got deeply scarred by theory of relativity with its consequent dissolving of concept of time.

Interpretations about that can be many, and probably this is left to the reader on purpose: he has the task of facing the lack of an answer in which the main character hoped that much. Erlend Loe, born in Trondheim in , is a Norwegian writer, scriptwriter, journalist and translator. He claims the right of writing as a game, even when he uses darker and satirical tone when analyzes modern Norwegian society.

Super, translated into 15 languages around the world, is with no doubts his most famous work.

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Neramar The observations he makes are often profound and clever without him realising it. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Review it displays a canny lightness of touch and a great deal of charm. See all 42 reviews. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

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Mar 17, Lisa rated it really liked it A charming story of a different kind of person! A person who still has a deeply rooted connection to childhood at 25, who refuses to do things that seem meaningless, who carefully thinks twice before making simple choices, but who dares to admit feeling scared when thinking of the "big questions" in life. Undoubtedly, the narrator seems a bit odd, but I closed the book with a smile on my face and the suspicion that it actually is much more strange to go on repeating regular patterns infinitely A charming story of a different kind of person! Undoubtedly, the narrator seems a bit odd, but I closed the book with a smile on my face and the suspicion that it actually is much more strange to go on repeating regular patterns infinitely without understanding them than to break out and find patterns that make at least temporary sense: like throwing a ball against a wall or making lists of good and important things. Money is not important. Brothers are.

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