the Madness is, according to the Einstein are often quoted definition, is doing the same thing over and over again, and believe that you will get a different result. I tend to think of this when I hear about people who are third or fourth marriage. There is a beautiful optimism or a sad lack of self-awareness, the expression of the? Maybe the both of you. Madness, it is enough to matter.
Well, to break it up time and time again, in search of something better, is almost to be regarded as a sort of love extreme sports, and very few people have the strength. However, a second attempt is not exactly unheard of, as well skilsmässostatistiken, as the literature testifies. The modern skilsmässoromanen is its own genre with its own conventions. The story is set mostly in the middle class, and tend to portray divorce as a result of a general weariness and boredom, rather than out of any real relationship. The kids are medium sized, your career, go to idle, the house is comfortable. Enter a new woman/man who receives it, that tingle in the stomach, and the divorce is a fact of life.
With slight variations, follow the Philip's Teirs roman ”Jungfrustigen,” this is the template for the letter, yet I read it with increasing excitement. Teirs, the focus is narrow, and it serves the novel well. It's all about, Richard, is a decent success of How an author who had been married early by their tonårskärlek, and already, at thirty-five, seems to have reached her life's pinnacle. A förlagsfest he meets in the course of almost fifteen years old, Paula. They embark on an affair that is intimate and homey, rather than a passion – they don't even talk to each other, but I like reading the magazine in bed together over a pot of presskaffe. So, is it possible that it is possible, and in the book's second half chronicles the difficult transition of a new bonusfamilj to be formed.
A sensitive evaluator of the standards and expectations.
the Teir is a conservative writer, ”Jungfrustigen his stramaste of the novel so far. Many of the references to the Hjalmar Söderberg , ”The serious game” is not an accident – it is Söderbergskt renons of embellishments and furbelows, the feelings of a subdued, melancholy, heavy on the verge of suffocating. And just like that He is a Teir one perceptive reviewer of the present-day standards and expectations. Richard's problem is, fundamentally, a spiritual välfärdssjukdom, and the cure he was looking for – the love affair – to be considered as a medelklassrit, the temporary relief, but is fundamentally ineffective, as they do also the band-aid on a child's scrubbed her knees.
Sure, will do it in the end for Richard and Paula, yet it can at the very least, this cynikern't help but wonder if it was really worth it. Lex, well, Einstein said that Richard's loathing of life will return. But it was, at least, of a fine novel. < / span> < / span> and the Novel
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