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Roche tried to add depth by incorporating family drama, but never explored that idea fully, so we’re left with a messy plot that’s just pure, exaggerated tragedy. And maybe there is bravery in screaming rochf out to a world that is so keen to keep a guard up. I enjoy thinking about these sort of things in detail.
Only after one has “conquered” the first part of the book does the writing become more fluid and enjoyable. Originally I wanted to write a non-fiction book. Charlottw like my arsehole. The only women who defy this seem to be the lesbians.
Her men were merely some of the tools she used to experience her body with her senses. After successfully auditioning for the German music channel Viva, she worked there for several years as a video jockey and presenter. I like the fact that it wasn’t deep, it didn’t have a complicated rohe line; it basically just meandered through the mind of this bored girl stuck in hospital.
I say this because of how protag Helen, having described all these acts of So her plan revolves around getting her parents reunited in her hospital room. Inher three brothers died in a car crash on the way to her wedding. You cannot help but sympathise with Helen’s family predicament.
There is a place for books like Wetlands. As to the denoument: View all 3 comments. And even more, I loved that Helen was in control of her sexuality, and having all the sex she wanted, when she wanted, with a thirst for the feeling part of life that she was determined to slake her own way — and that way was through her nearly shameless embracing of sex and her sexuality.
Feuchtgebiete never goes beyond scraping the surface and hides this under a thick cover of cringeworthy disgustingness. I can completely understand that this is a book that you would either love or hate and to most peoples tastes, it would most probably be too unsettling to read and I admit that it was very repulsive.
I also spent a reasonable amount of time pondering on the controversial statement that the main character, eighteen-year old Helen, makes about hygiene.
Not to mention that “Wetlands” is so poorly written that it shouldn’t be allowed to make any sort of statement about anything. Check out Edna St Vincent: First of all, Helen is an awful character. As a result, being the hygiene freak that I am but had no idea until I read this bookI found Helen a very disgusting character from the outset and it took me a while to warm up to her. I can only tell you that, as with the vain boasting of all 18 year-olds who are still a few years away from realizing that just because they’ve never thought of something before, it doesn’t mean no one has, it is much less shocking than it tiresome.
On the other hand, there are a couple of good reasons a person might want to read this book: I’m embarrassed that I got sucked in by the chatter: Not really something you want to read about. And, while I don’t want to get into a whole big thing, I would like to suggest that if you think the greatest gifts you have to offer are your multitude of orifices and that you can have an orgasm simply by taking it up the ass, you maybe are not engaging with the world from a position of power.
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Find the pearl in the poo. In the end, we do realize Helen has a bit of a human side, knowing her feelings about what her mother did, although how she left the hospital room was a bit unnerving. To ask other readers questions about Feuchtgebieteplease sign up. roch
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However, while you are reading it, your mind will wander among all of the other things it could be reading – books where language is beautiful; books that are written by authors who, instead of hauling out the thesaurus when they’ve run out of ways to talk about their character’s assholes, never even bring them up; books where the story, though perhaps at times harrowing, is ultimately worthwhile, one that will stay with you throughout your life, and mean different things to you as you age.
I happen to enjoy reading about the fucked up workings of strange people’s minds, so I really enjoyed reading this book. Being sexually adventuresome is not some sort of fast-track for fem-street cred.
In our society, Germany and Zonsa and plenty of other Western countries included, we have such a fear and stigma attached to our bodies most basic functions periods, vaginal dischargeand it’s ridiculous! Charlotte Roche is playful, though. And it’s here, on the second part, that the story also becomes surprisingly warmer and more interesting. Charlotte Roche appears to be single-handedly making up for charlottf lack in her novel ‘Wetlands.
First of all, the themes that appear in my book — the body, illness, hospitals, masturbation — are themes that I have always been fascinated by.