• Title: Bosenský plackopes
  • Author: Max Andersson Lars Sjunnesson
  • ISBN: 8086661245
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bosensk plackopes Kresby kter p in tato kniha odr ej velmi v rn hr zy v lky a situaci po n V iml jsem si mimo jin vyt e t n ch o ve kter ch se zra strach a d s pr zdnota a beznad j ivota bez jak chkoliv perspektiv
    Kresby, kter p in tato kniha, odr ej velmi v rn hr zy v lky a situaci po n V iml jsem si mimo jin vyt e t n ch o , ve kter ch se zra strach a d s, pr zdnota a beznad j ivota bez jak chkoliv perspektiv Lars a Max ve sv ch kresb ch prokazuj velkou psychologickou citlivost Ne et ironi na adresu b val ho re imu Kdy se zhroutil, okam it se uk zal bel, kKresby, kter p in tato kniha, odr ej velmi v rn hr zy v lky a situaci po n V iml jsem si mimo jin vyt e t n ch o , ve kter ch se zra strach a d s, pr zdnota a beznad j ivota bez jak chkoliv perspektiv Lars a Max ve sv ch kresb ch prokazuj velkou psychologickou citlivost Ne et ironi na adresu b val ho re imu Kdy se zhroutil, okam it se uk zal bel, kter byl do t doby schovan v kout Je tady ale i humor, kter nazna uje, e je t st le je nad je, e je t v echno nen ztraceno, e lidsk duch m e p e t i navzdory tomu, co se p ihodilo.

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    1. Ice cream, you scream, we scream, they scream and we all scream for ice cream. Your throat hurts from all of that screaming? We got what you need. The unmarked bills will spoon feed your raw throat with thirty nine flavors of this war has no end. My nieces always want the rainbow cream flavor even though it's dank every single time. Maybe this time will be different. It's after the 1999 bombing of Serbia if that helps put together the humpty dumpty crumbling walls together again. Would it help m [...]

    2. Byl bych skoro nakloněn tomu, ohodnotit to plným počtem. Anderssonův snový divnosvět s depresivní kresbou si mě získal už při mém prvním setkáním s Pixy před lety. Jeho příběhy jsou svým způsobem jaksi znepokojivé, ale zároveň zábavné svou neskutečnou absurditou a iracionalitou, protože Max si prostě s něčím jako je linearita nebo konsekvence hlavu neláme. Proto si může dovolit psát o genetických modifikacích na Balkáně, plnění zmrzlin do patron od gran [...]

    3. Bizarre and surreal. But sometimes even truth is stranger than fiction. It was a good start to reading about something that happened when I was still in elementary school. It a bridge towards tackling a difficult moment in history. The thing to remember that the moment is far from past, it is still in the making.

    4. Muslim widows genetically engineer American soldiers to be ice-cream prostitutes using the rotting leg of Josip Tito's mummy. If I could make stuff like this up, I would be rich. Or Swedish. The swedes say that this book is based on true events. Balkanization. Ice cream grenades. This was a gift from my Aunt, and as such makes her a stranger, more absurd person to me.

    5. Bizarre and graphic tale of a capriciously undertaken road trip through Bosnia. The weirdly humorous story serves as a strong contrast to the horrors in the book. The unreal feel of their journey serves to make me feel the strangeness of the living situation for those actually living in Bosnia at that time.

    6. I finished it, but I didn't understand it. While the authors provided a glossary in the back, I would have liked a more detailed history of the Bosnian war. This book, instead gave me an absurdist view which perhaps I would have found endearing if I was more familiar with the situation.

    7. Andersson and Sjunnesson insert themselves into this black and white (with lots of black) Swedish comic-book version of Road Trip movies through the war-torn land of the Balkans. Surreal plot sequences underline the inequalities across the broader European experience.

    8. Really bizarre in a good way, but overall just ok. While it starts out with a pretty engaging premise and keeps getting more surreal as it goes, it just sort of stops in the middle of the story.

    9. Sticks with me (and way ahead on the Zombies).The flat dogs and triangular heads. Anderrson is definitely on his own strange trip. Glad he wrote about it; glad I'm not on it.

    10. I give it 2 because it was somewhat engaging, but mostly I was disappointed. I wasn't sure what was truth or fiction, and I was looking to learn a bit about Bosnian history.

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