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This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it. This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it. This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it. This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it. This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it. This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it. This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it. This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it. (FREE DOWNLOAD) õ Le Grand Cahier - La Preuve - Le Troisième Mensonge ⚩ Quando Il Grande Quaderno Apparve In Francia A Met Degli Anni Ottanta, Fu Una Sorpresa La Sconosciuta Autrice Ungherese Rivela Un Temperamento Raro In Occidente Duro, Capace Di Guardare Alle Tragedie Con Quieta Disperazione In Un Paese Occupato Dalle Armate Straniere, Due Gemelli, Lucas E Klaus, Scelgono Due Destini Diversi Lucas Resta In Patria, Klaus Fugge Nel Mondo Cosiddetto Libero E Quando Si Ritroveranno, Dovranno Affrontare Un Paese Di Macerie Morali Storia Di Formazione, La Trilogia Della Citt Di K Ritrae Un Epoca Che Sembra Produrre Soltanto La Deformazione Del Mondo E Degli Uomini, E Ci Costringe A Interrogarci Su Responsabilit Storiche Ancora Oscure This is the story of Claus and Lucas or Lucas and Claus or Klaus and Lucas This is maybe the story of none of them or of them all.This is a story of twins whose names contain the same letters in altered order, of twins who write in first person plural as if they were one, as if they were two faces of the same coin Two souls merged in one single being Or one single soul disjointed in two beings Be brave and dare to play with Agota Kristof s game of mirrors, where multiple reflections reveal successive mutations of the perturbed wiring of these exceptionally rare twins, elevating their appalling allegory to the hidden nature of humankindAll this is a lie I know very well that I was already alone in this town, with Grandmother, that even then I only fantasized that there were two of us, me and my brother, in order to endure the unbearable solitude p.308The Third Lie The present edition ofThe notebook, The proof and The Third Liecan be assimilated as a complete body of work whereas it is in fact a compilation of three independent novels published throughout the period of four years timeWords that define feelings are very vagueis one of the twins first reflections inThe notebook , a chronicle of the agony and the horrors of war narrated in the most peculiar way by these controversial twins Unusually acute and cruel, gentle and sadistic, precociously mature and twisted, the twins unfold all kind of atrocious acts sticking to facts in a terrifying aseptic voice, devoid of any feeling, mimicking the dehumanizing effects war inflicts on human beings.According to Freud, children are by nature polymorphously perverse, which means that before education in the conventions of a civilized society, a child will not obey the rules that in adults determine perverse behavior That the first notebook is related by children shatters the topic of the innocence of childhood into a thousand pieces, introducing a nihilist, devastating and bold approach that leaves no space for hope, only a shocking and crude sequential account of amoral facts where names do not exist Innominate characters, villages and countries, nameless wars The absence of nominalization gives horror a global nature, bringing the concept of depravity to the extreme In the second notebookThe proofthe first person plural is replaced by first person singular and only one of the twins continue the narration introducing a new metaliterary dimension to the story Doubts start to arise Did the other twin ever exist Was he just a product of the other s imagination Is the second notebook a proof that the very truth is too overpoweringly painful to accept and therefore it needs to be reinvented in order to become bearable The dead are nowhere and everywhere The title of the third notebook on its own,The Third Lie , forebodes the deception of the two preceding notebooks Or it might give irrefutable evidence of their veracity Maybe both at the same time, for how many versions of truths are out there It is in this last installment of the trilogy where the reader is immersed in a perpetual narration within narration, becoming unwittingly mesmerized by a solipsistic voice echoing behind all the twists and turns of the story, which finally emerges as belonging to Kristof, who at the same time uses metaliterature to cover the gruesome background of reality to disclose the most naked and disturbing of truths.Kristof s literature offers no redemption Her unapologetic tale of woe provokes discomfort, her characters are deformed, both physically and morally we are talking about incest, zoophilia, beggary, disfigurement, abandonment, her world is tainted by want, her story confronts literature drained of all compassion, all sentimentality, all solemnity, all beauty or lyricism There is no use in embellishing the rawness of life, her prose is dry and brutal.Kristof s philosophy could be crystallized in the words of one of her inconsolable twins, for whomlife is totally useless, that it s nonsense, an aberration, infinite suffering, the invention of a non God whose evil surpasses understandingI am afraid understanding comes in waves of grief through the hazy maze with the last pages of this book, one only needs enough stomach to digest it.