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  • De ontdekking van de hemel
  • Harry Mulisch
  • Dutch
  • 19 September 2020
  • 9789023470922

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Free download De ontdekking van de hemel ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Oman een ontwikkelingsroman een avonturenstroom en een allesoverkoepelend mysteriesp. No mere summary could cover the depths to be found within this novel Trying to summarize it would not give justice to it s brilliance and complexity It is not a book to be taken lightly as it reuires time to be set aside for it You will need to want to be challenged as well as entertained before beginning this book At only 730 pages it still took me three weeks and some odd days to read Not because it was slow and boring but because it often distracted me enough to put the book down in order to go wander around thinking about something that arose from the dialogue withinThis is a beautiful tale of friendship and family delivered in the midst of ideas Ideas of an epic scale The discussions are everywhere science religion politics architecture family linguistics art music and almost everything else that you will find in a full and rich life There are many philosophical as well as meta physical tangents that spring up in almost every conversation Converstions that are intelligent diverse probing witty and often complicated My only complaint is that at times I would feel that the main character Onno liked to talk just a little too much The overarching plot that wraps around the story of our characters deals with a conversation between two angels in which a subordinate tasked with having the Ten Commandments returned to Heaven is explaining his reasoning behind actions that result in certain coincidences that affects the fate of each character involved in order to lead up to the conclusion at the end Human knowledge frightens and appalls the divine and actually threatens their superiority so something must be done Kudos for Mulisch for writing such a masterpiece that is so much than the usual literary fluff found on a bestseller list

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Free download De ontdekking van de hemel ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB De ontdekking van de hemel waarin alle thema's en obsessies uit het werk van Harry M. What stayed with me over the years after reading this brick of a novel on just about every philosophical uestion any man has ever asked himself intentionally choosing gender here by the way was a vague envy of the angels observing humankind while it is struggling in the dark They KNOW while we have to guess What a disadvantage that gives us Do they exist No clue for humanity so all the power remains with those who know they exist It struck me that if I were a believer in Christian myths I would have to hold a very deeply rooted grudge against the power play of the divine creatures in chargeAs an educator I have learned to lead by giving support and by showing those in my care why I am expecting what I am expecting at what speed my students are supposed to develop and with what tools they are supposed to work I have learned to build a scaffold around the learning process to give clear and logical guidance and anxiety free space for making mistakes Well those heavenly creatures with a lot power than I will ever be able to use in a classroom are doing the exact oppositeThey play and manipulate and enjoy the stupidity of those kept in deliberate limbo No my dear angels you are little devilsDiscovering heaven means appreciating our faulty earth

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Free download De ontdekking van de hemel ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ulisch in 65 hoofdstukken bijeenkomen is tegelijk een psychologische roman een tijdr. Ok so I was incredibly excited to read this book It s one of those books I ve put off for a couple of years to savour the excitement I began reading and was immediately disappointed with the contrived and forcefully formal dialectic and narrative in both the prologue between two overtly sexist angels and chapter one I decided to try and round off these two factors formality and sexism as perhaps character traits which would blend into a narrative and become either criticised or mocked NopeThe angels philosophical discussion was not only basic but again awkward One angel asked the other about a subject the other angel acknowledged they knew about the subject and yet the former angel proceeded to tell the other all about the subject in great detail as if the other angel was totally ignorant of the subject It would be like me turning to my partner and sayingDo you know why the sky is bluePartner Yes I do know why the sky is blueMe The sky is blue because enters a long winded monologue explaining why the sky is blue What was this angelic dialogue for other than for the author to show off their supposed intellectualism and force feed both angel and reader information both already know in this uncomfortably contrived dialogue Then the main narrative began which was apparently narrated by one of the angels but the narrative wasn t any different from any other third person omniscient narrator than in any other novel The first chapter s formality grated me as much as the prologue did It was written in a weirdly stereotyped way of this is how posh and rich people talk according to someone who had never heard the upper class speak It was painfully formal for a novel set in the middle of the twentieth century with the author shoe horning in philosophical trivia as though they were ground breaking nuggets to his clearly under educated philistine readers All of this happening with an incredibly bland and meaningless plot which didn t engage me I didn t know why I was supposed to care about these characters or be interested in their lives at allWhen I hit around 80 pages I turned to Goodreads to read other reviews I must be missing something I thought Surely I m overlooking some groundbreaking writing and philosophy which warranted this novel s over 4 star rating It was through my curious scan through Goodreads that I came across those scathing but elouent bad reviews which revealed of the unfolding plot and oh my gosh I refuse to read such a car crash of a novel What a ridiculous childish genre confused mess this novel is about to unfold into I refuse to engage and waste my life on a 700 page book which 1 continues to be blatantly misogynistic 2 lacks the promised philosophical exploration and extrapolation and3 has such a ridiculous plot and ending How naive and undeserving of my timeCall me a snob I do not care You can t write a book about everything and it seems as though this is what the author did and did so badly The writing isn t engaging enough for me to battle through I d rather read a less contrived and non pseudo intellectual novel which isn t focussed and driven by the author s literary masturbation I ceased my interest in reading on page 96 Life is too short