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  • ドグラマグラ
  • Kyūsaku Yumeno
  • French
  • 01 January 2018
  • 9782877308571

Kyūsaku Yumeno ☆ 1 REVIEW

REVIEW ドグラマグラ Kyūsaku Yumeno ☆ 1 REVIEW SUMMARY Ñ SALAMUSEO.CO ☆ Kyūsaku Yumeno U karma et les concepts psychanalytiues d'inconscient ce roman dérangeant à l'extrême publié uasi confidentiellement en 1935 fut redécouvert dans les années soixante Depuis il est devenu un livre culte au Japon et les critiues et les études à son sujet se succèdent sans discontinuer Lorsu'on en referme la dernière page on comprend pouruoi il est aujourd'hui considéré dans son pays comme l'un des romans majeurs du XXe sièc. MIND FUCK

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REVIEW ドグラマグラ Kyūsaku Yumeno ☆ 1 REVIEW SUMMARY Ñ SALAMUSEO.CO ☆ Kyūsaku Yumeno La recherche de son identité et de son éventuel rapport avec une mystérieuse affaire criminelle Le lecteur entraîné dans une spirale de plus en plus serrée de coups de théâtre et de renversements de perspective se trouve pris dans une intrigue labyrinthiue où toutes les interprétations et leurs contraires sont autant de pièges tendus pour l'égarer Chef d'œuvre d'écriture parodiue où se côtoient la doctrine bouddhiste d. I wouldn t euate Yumeno with Edogawa Rampo Rampo is 10 times readable and consistent has a strong plot Dogura magura is like reading someone else s inconsistent nightmare Creative for sure but there is not much story but theory about how human brains work Reuires patience to read through it


REVIEW ドグラマグラ Kyūsaku Yumeno ☆ 1 REVIEW SUMMARY Ñ SALAMUSEO.CO ☆ Kyūsaku Yumeno Œuvre stupéfiante inclassable Dogra Magra est à la fois une performance d'écriture inégalée et un extraordinaire roman policier au programme paradoxal un roman où les détectives sont les criminels Ou plutôt où l'assassin est la victime Un amnésiue se réveille en pleine nuit dans la chambre d'un hôpital psychiatriue Nous le verrons se débattre au milieu d'une toile d'araignée tissée par les docteurs de l'institution à. Bless the people of France They had traslated Kyusaku Yumenno s masterpiece Dogra Magra Japanese original title Dogura maguraIf you had it in your mind to read Dogra Magra Chinese translation Encephalon Hell or Pericardium Hell or simply Braincell Hell please be careful your brain is about to go through some really intensive and complete mind fuckThe story begins with a young man waking up only to find himself in an asylum he is then checked on by a doctor who claims he is here to help the young man to recover his lost memory from this point onward things take a nightmarish turn for the worse and things go from weird toyou guessed it weirderThe late Kyusaku Yumemo this pen name actually means A Dude Who Daydreams Too Much was a novelist who had a reputation which is similar to Edogawa Rampo s and both authors shared similar taste for the dark side of human nature nightmarish events madness and gruesome crime Rampo had been known as the Edgar Allan Poe of Japan then I think it s safe to say Kyusaku Yumeno was surprisingly some kind of a Japanese version of H P Lovecraft as well Like Lovercraft Yumeno was heavily influenced by Poe and like Lovecraft Yumeno had a lot to express when it comes to madness and impossibility to escape fate But at the same time please bear in mind Yumeno s stories tend to get very gross and a lot crazier than Rampo Poe and Lovecraft adding together You know Mr Yumeno didn t get to be called The Monstrous Novelist for no reasonDogra Magra has been named one of the Four Most Bewildering Books in the History of Japanese Detective Novels I ve read all of those four books already and this book deserves the title every inch of it In my opinion calling it One of the Most Mind Fucking Books in the History of Japanese Detective Novels would be even fitting soI think you can guess what reading Dogra Magra is likeReading Dogra Magra is like experiencing an incoherent nightmare like being trapped in an asylum with the key thrown awayyou don t want to stay inside this asylum you think you re going crazy for real you want to scream LET ME OUT FOR GOD S SAKE LET ME OUT but no one is going to save youand you can trust no one in the story because it s almost a certainty that people are either lying to you or they re crazy That s what you get by reading Dogra Magra Do I like Dogra Magra To an extent yes But do I think it s better than Edogawa Rampo s novels No because Rampo s stories are a lot readable and coherent still I enjoy what Yumeno had to offer in his books However if you don t like mind fuck and narrators talking like crazy people you probably wouldn t enjoy Yumeno s works My other review for this book other books in theFour Most Bewildering Books in the History of Japanese Detective Novels listMurder At the Mansion of Black Death by Mushitar Oguri by Translation The Lost Music in the Box by Translation The Offerings to the Void