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Invisible Collection (Old ISBN) - Stefan Zweig

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text 2020-03-14 10:54
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Invisible Collection (Old ISBN) - Stefan Zweig

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review 2018-11-20 17:22
Unforced Intimacy: "Buchmendel" by Stefan Zweig
Invisible Collection (Old ISBN) - Stefan Zweig

(Original Review from the German and English editions, 2002-06-03)

Someone might say that there is a danger of a kind of blinkered euphoria surrounding a writer like Zweig, the mobilising of an army of too easily won over devotees, Sunday supplement blurb believers who can recognise a compelling novel or novella, but misjudge the modernist credentials of writing which an experienced critic is seeking, so that someone can line that writer up alongside the true innovators of twentieth century literature, in German terms Musil, Mann, Kafka et al. But then what really matters in the end, whether a few axe grinding critics are convinced or whether a won over reader is inwardly rewarded?



If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review.

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review 2016-10-03 18:28
Kounodori (1) (Morning KC) ISBN: 4063872270 (2013) [Japanese Import] - Yu Suzunoki; So good... stories about pregnant women, about women who did not want a baby, women who wanted a baby more than anything in the world. The art is funny, original, unpleasant to the eyes at first, but it gets unnoticed as the story progress because you get involved with what is going to happen with the mother, what is going to happen with the premature baby... I loved it. To think I wouldn't have known about it if it wasn't for the dorama (I was looking for what to watch next, and the plot looked nice. I decided to read the manga first, so glad I did!). I also loved the little drawings the author posted that his son did when he was a little boy, so cute XD
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review 2016-09-03 10:12
Hana Boro (IKKI COMICS) (2005) ISBN: 4091885322 [Japanese Import] - Hisae Iwaoka

Well this was a bit of a disappointment. :(

The art on the cover looked quite nice, but the art inside of it just didn't click with me. I didn't like it, I found it ugly, bland, boring. And with some scenes the art only got uglier. In one scene we even had a female character who I didn't know was female until she flipped over and we saw her skirt. That is the problem with the art as well, at times it is really hard to see if a person is male or female.

Luckily the stories are quite nice, though at times also a bit too weird for my taste. I did like that they connected in some way to each other, and that they also came back to a story later on. The stories all have to do with school, or take place at a school. It is a nice setting and it has a lot of potential.

My favourite story would be the first one (with the rabbit/hare) and the one with the old teacher.

There are 10 stories in total, which is a perfect amount, not too many, not too little. The stories are also fleshed out enough that you have a conclusion at the end and that you care about what happens. Which isn't always the case with books like this. Sometimes the stories end too quickly, or you are left feeling unsatisfied, but not with this one, oh no.

But would I recommend this one? Mm, I am not sure, it was pretty decent, but the art is still not that good. Maybe someone else will like it, but not me.

Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

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