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[Reading] ➹ Pe culmile disperării By Emil M. Cioran – Nessville.me Imagine walking across a tightrope suspended high in the summer air above a bay flooded in the mauve glow of sunset the music of Beethoven's Ode to Joy surrounding you Now imagine the tightrope is act[Reading] Pe culmile disperării By Emil M. Cioran Nessville.me Imagine walking across a tightrope suspended high in the summer air above a bay flooded in the mauve glow of sunset the music of Beethoven's Ode to Joy surrounding you Now imagine the tightrope is act Imagine walking across a tightrope suspended high in the summer air above a.

Bay flooded in the mauve glow of sunset the music of Beethoven's Ode to Joy surrounding you Pe culmile eBook Now imagine the tightrope is actually razor wire and gusts of wind challenge every tortuous step into sublime infinity This is the paradox of emotions one feels when reading On the Heights of Despair the paradigma.

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Pe culmile disperării PDF/EPUB ¸ Pe culmile eBook Born in in Rășinari a small village in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania raised under the rule of a father who was a Romanian Orthodox priest and a mother Pe culmile eBook ↠ who was prone to depression Emil Cioran wrote his first five books in Romanian Some of these are collections of brief essays one or two pages on average; others are collections of aphorisms Suffering from insomnia since his adoles.

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    Pe culmile disperării PDF/EPUB ¸ Pe culmile eBook culmile book, disperării ebok, Pe culmile mobile, Pe culmile disperării KindleNot Walt Whitman But CloseThis fictional memoir sums up a young man’s view of being old Being old means finally having to confront the end of oneself Cioran does this as a self professed therapeutic exercise His tra


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    Pe culmile disperării PDF/EPUB ¸ Pe culmile eBook culmile book, disperării ebok, Pe culmile mobile, Pe culmile disperării KindleThere is a reason why certain authors regardless of their genius are destined to remain relatively anonymous to the wider world Cioran is of this type Without any reluctance he talks about ideas and emotions that most people spend the major part of


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    Pe culmile disperării PDF/EPUB ¸ Pe culmile eBook culmile book, disperării ebok, Pe culmile mobile, Pe culmile disperării KindleAh Cioran twenty two years old and already so caustically weary with that great travail called life I remember that age wellThis is a compulsively readable shotgun blast of bleak lyricism that ofttimes offers profound insight and occasionally jejune invective Cioran is a cruel diagnostician of despair there is little from the realms of spiritual shadow that he is not acutely aware of and scourges the uotidian world with its infinite banality pointlessness


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    Pe culmile disperării PDF/EPUB ¸ Pe culmile eBook culmile book, disperării ebok, Pe culmile mobile, Pe culmile disperării KindleBefore writing in French this was philosopher Emil Cioran's first book published in Romania in 1934 when he was in his early 20s The short piecesessays that make up the book are full of great melancholy and bleakness and it feels appropriate to read this when it's pitch black outside and pouring with rain not on a nice summer's day In Romania in the 1960s and 1970s Cioran was seen a


  7. Alejandro Saint-Barthélemy Alejandro Saint-Barthélemy says:

    Pe culmile disperării PDF/EPUB ¸ Pe culmile eBook culmile book, disperării ebok, Pe culmile mobile, Pe culmile disperării KindleIt's a shame that this is Cioran's most rated book in Goodreads since it's not his best one at all and he knew it Too much downmarket lyricism too juvenile and both the cheap lyricism and juvenality aren't as poetic as he would have liked them to be we have Rimbaud for that though Cioran regreted this style in his adult books That being said1 This book has a few terrific moments like the aphorism on the sterility of traditional wisemen2 It was Beckett's favourite no matter how good were Cioran's follow ups for its sheer emotional voltage In a sense Cioran never wrote such a borderline suici


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    Pe culmile disperării PDF/EPUB ¸ Pe culmile eBook culmile book, disperării ebok, Pe culmile mobile, Pe culmile disperării KindleWe live in an age in which it is almost a sin to be unhappy this book is a fine antidote to that stupidity


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    Pe culmile disperării PDF/EPUB ¸ Pe culmile eBook culmile book, disperării ebok, Pe culmile mobile, Pe culmile disperării KindleLike many other books this one is anything but an escape It impugns reality and swirls it around with words like chaos insomnia love death suicide and the like This is one of the most provocative books I have ever read It is very hard to give a review on this dark extensional author who is commonly known as the “king of pessimists”This was the first book I read by Ciroan the then 22 year old Cioran managed to keep me up till 5 in the morning with shivers “There is always a serious danger in repressing something which reuires objectification” he mentions in the beginning of the book and this is exactly what he did He picked up topics we have shunned down somewhere deep inside our head because of the agony confusion or dismay they would cause He embodied those words made them sound way grave than I expected and pieced me with every word He often asks uestions than he answers and they are than e


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