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!!> Read ➸ The Nimrod Flipout ➻ Author Etgar Keret – Eiyo.us

The Nimrod Flipout From Israel S Most Popular And Acclaimed Young Writer Stories That Are Short, Strange, Funny, Deceptively Casual In Tone And Affect, Stories That Sound Like A Joke But Aren T Yann Martel, Author Of Life Of Pi

!!> Read ➸ The Nimrod Flipout  ➻ Author Etgar Keret – Eiyo.us
  • ebook
  • 176 pages
  • The Nimrod Flipout
  • Etgar Keret
  • English
  • 25 November 2017
  • 1429933208

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➸ The Nimrod Flipout ➻ Author Etgar Keret – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    I enjoyed Etgar Keret s short story collection, Suddenly, A Knock on the Door, so it was disappointing to find out The Nimrod Flip Out isn t nearly as good I really like Keret s casual use of magical realism in many of his stories My favourite one here was Fatso where a man discovers his girlfriend literally turns into a fat slob of a man at night before turning back into the woman he loves by morning Very amusing, imaginative stuff Unfortunately that s basically the only story that was any I enjoyed Etgar Keret s short story collection, Suddenly, A Knock on the Door, so it was disappointing to find out The Nimrod Flip Out isn t nearly as good I really like Keret s casual use of magical realism in many of his stories My favourite one here was Fatso where a man discovers his girlfriend literally turns into a fat slob of a man at night before turning back into the woman he loves by morning Very amusing, imaginative stuff Unfortunately that s basically the only story ...


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    after reading Right, here s the thing about short stories I just don t like them And here s why short stories like long stories are either good and you wonder why the writer didn t just keep writing because now you are really interested in these characters this scenario the voice whatever or they re not good, and you wonder why you wasted your time.I definitely put Etgar in the former category Many of these stories are really good Super good But this is the thing if Etgar can wri after reading Right, here s the thing about short stories I just don t like them And here s why short stories like long stories are either good and you wonder why the writer didn t just keep writing because now you are really interested in these characters this scenario the voice whatever or they re not good, and you wonder why you wasted your time.I definitely put Etgar in the former category Many of these stories are really good Super good But this is the thing if Etgar can write a hundred tiny stories about love and sex and infidelity and dogs and the army and vague international business dealings and Israel and taxis and death and people who are confused and sad and having lots of sex and betrayed and betraying and otherwise just fucked up if Etgar can write a million of these tiny stories, why can t he instead or also write one big story Or a few medium sized stories Because all through this book, just when I was starting to sink my teeth in, falling backward into a cool new tale, reall...


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    This is most definitely a man s book The simplicity of emotion, the gentle confusion, the way things that make no sense somehow make absolute sense Keret is a gentle man His emotions, friendship, love, family, life, all effortless His writing is effortless It s witty and calm, poignant but simple, pleasurable without being overwhelming The kind of beautiful I imagine men feel when they feel the word beautiful Fear I felt the fear running through my body, from the hard part of my brain This is most definitely a man s book The simplicity of emotion, the gentle confusion, the way things that make no sense somehow make absolute sense Keret is a gentle man His emotions, friendship, love, family, life, all effortless His writing is effortless It s witty and calm, poignant but simple, pleasurable without being overwhelming The kind of beautiful I imagine men feel when they feel the word beautiful Fear I felt the fear running through my body, from the hard part of my brain to the soft part of my bones.Jealousy The point was somewhere else altogether three years ago, in Mombasa Something about how, between every two people in the world, there s a kiss That isn t the point at all Neither is that Dutch guy I have nothing to be jealous of there He s probably dead already from an overdose or else he s lying drunk on some sidewalk in Amsterdam, ...


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    If you ve been friends with me on Goodreads for long enough, you know that I obsess over the sheer hilarity and flippant style of Israeli writer Etgar Keret Despite suffering from what may be the most bizarre cover art in the history of literature please challenge me on this , The Nimrod Flipout is an excellent short story collection full of reality bending romps.The title story will be familiar to experienced Keret readers a bunch of young ish guys stuck in the doldrums of life, and you don If you ve been friends with me on Goodreads for long enough, you know that I obsess over the sheer hilarity and flippant style of Israeli writer Etgar Keret Despite suffering from what may be the most bizarre cover art in the history of literature please challenge me on this , The Nimrod Flipout is an excellent short story collection full of reality bending romps.The title story will be familiar to experienced Keret readers a bunch of young ish guys stuck in the doldrums of life, and you don t expect much at the start But as the story progresses andis revealed, the makings of a superb short story appear Few writers can continually hold my attention hostage for such prolonged periods of time, but Keret s za...


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  9. says:

    Maybe this just got too built up for me or something, but I get it, the tone sounds flippant but it really isn t That gets kind of samey Shrug.


  10. says:

    This is an utterly fantastic collection I ve long been meaning to read some Keret and am so glad that I ve finally gotten here He s capable of doing one of the most challenging things in writing with surprising ease and agility humor And not just a smile, but pure laughter, rising on accident, despite suppression and embarrassment at being in publ...

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