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DOC À READER Doppler by Erlend Loe FREE × Otec dvoch detí jedného dňa spadne v lese z bicykla a zrazu zacíti pokoj a harmóniu Už ho neotravujú nekonečné detské pesničky zo synových rozprávok myšlienky na novú kúpeľňu a výber správnej záchodovej misy O to viac si však uvedomí smrť svojho otca Rozhodne sa odsťahovaOtec dvoch detí jedného dňa spadne v lese z bicykla a zrazu zacíti pokoj a harmóniu Už ho neotravujú nekonečné detské pesničky zo synových rozprávok myšlienky na novú kúpeľňu a výber správnej záchodovej misy O to viac si však uvedomí smrť svojho otca Rozhodne sa odsťahovať do lesa kúsok od Oslo Postaví si sta I've got a thing for Erlend Loe Norwegian author This is only the second book I've read by him I just learn a fun tidbit Erlend Loe shares the same birthday with Bob Dylan and 'me' May 24th Lazy Day's had me laughing out loud Doppler was also humorous satirical whimsical in style a man is conversing with a baby moosebut there are powerful messages being madeand feels a little sad in ways BITTERSWEET is the best way to describe the feeling Doppler takes to living a solitary life in the forest He goes off grid hoping to cleanse his soul Although it seemed he had a successful family and career life he felt society failed him and he failed it He leaves his family and job behind They weren't invited By the way I'm in favor of couples taking solitary well being get a ways but I feel they always work best with the support of 'both' partners That's not 'this' storybut set that aside for a bit another valuable story sneaks up on us After Doppler kills a moose a guy needs to eat Turns out the calf is a female and Doppler feels bad about killing her He begins to explain to Bongo why she is better off not alive Doppler is very convincing Ongoing conversations continue between Doppler and Bongo well Doppler does the talking Bongo the listening it's sweet absurdbut we feel the 'luv connection' Basically Doppler is speaking out loud working out his personal life issues Things begin to change His wife is pregnant and gets message to him that it's his duty to come home Well yes I agree but I wasn't done with the story yet Also a new neighbor is now nearby Doppler is no longer alone Over time Doppler doesn't recognize his own forest any longer It doesn't look uiet and peaceful any longer and he wonders if he and Bongo have come to the wrong forest One problem with people is that as soon as they fill a space it's them UC and not the space Large desolate land scapes stop being large desolate land scapes once they have people in them They defined what the eyes see And the human eye is almost always directed at other humans In this way and illusion is created that humans are important than those things on earth which are not human It's a sick illusion Perhaps elk are the most important creatures when it comes down to it I say to Bongo Perhaps you're the ones who know best but are extremely patient I doubt that of course but who knows? It's definitely not humans anyway I refuse to believe that Moral of the story haha if nobody listens to you when you're trying to share something important perhaps consumerism? go talk to Bongo She's a great listener

Doppler by Erlend LOtec dvoch detí jedného dňa spadne v lese z bicykla a zrazu zacíti pokoj a harmóniu Už ho neotravujú nekonečné detské pesničky zo synových rozprávok myšlienky na novú kúpeľňu a výber správnej záchodovej misy O to viac si však uvedomí smrť svojho otca Rozhodne sa odsťahovať do lesa kúsok od Oslo Postaví si sta I've got a thing for Erlend Loe Norwegian author This is only the second book I've read by him I just learn a fun tidbit Erlend Loe shares the same birthday with Bob Dylan and 'me' May 24th Lazy Day's had me laughing out loud Doppler was also humorous satirical whimsical in style a man is conversing with a baby moosebut there are powerful messages being madeand feels a little sad in ways BITTERSWEET is the best way to describe the feeling Doppler takes to living a solitary life in the forest He goes off grid hoping to cleanse his soul Although it seemed he had a successful family and career life he felt society failed him and he failed it He leaves his family and job behind They weren't invited By the way I'm in favor of couples taking solitary well being get a ways but I feel they always work best with the support of 'both' partners That's not 'this' storybut set that aside for a bit another valuable story sneaks up on us After Doppler kills a moose a guy needs to eat Turns out the calf is a female and Doppler feels bad about killing her He begins to explain to Bongo why she is better off not alive Doppler is very convincing Ongoing conversations continue between Doppler and Bongo well Doppler does the talking Bongo the listening it's sweet absurdbut we feel the 'luv connection' Basically Doppler is speaking out loud working out his personal life issues Things begin to change His wife is pregnant and gets message to him that it's his duty to come home Well yes I agree but I wasn't done with the story yet Also a new neighbor is now nearby Doppler is no longer alone Over time Doppler doesn't recognize his own forest any longer It doesn't look uiet and peaceful any longer and he wonders if he and Bongo have come to the wrong forest One problem with people is that as soon as they fill a space it's them UC and not the space Large desolate land scapes stop being large desolate land scapes once they have people in them They defined what the eyes see And the human eye is almost always directed at other humans In this way and illusion is created that humans are important than those things on earth which are not human It's a sick illusion Perhaps elk are the most important creatures when it comes down to it I say to Bongo Perhaps you're the ones who know best but are extremely patient I doubt that of course but who knows? It's definitely not humans anyway I refuse to believe that Moral of the story haha if nobody listens to you when you're trying to share something important perhaps consumerism? go talk to Bongo She's a great listener

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Doppler by Erlend Loe Ú A humorným a niekedy naivným románom hoci sa v jeho príbehoch časom objavili aj temnejšie tóny a príklon k satirickej kritike nórskej spoločnosti Pracoval na psychiatrickej klinike a v novinách je autorom kníh pre deti aj pre dospelých Tieto svety sa v jeho knihách prelínajú problém dospieť majú najmä mužské postav We’re both uniue Everyone is uniue In a way I say But uniue just means uniue It doesn’t mean good Unexpectedly good and unputdownable It's not a particularly long book but it felt like it was just enough to grasp everything Loe wanted it to EBOOK ß Doppler by Erlend Loe ë Erlend Loe

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Erlend Loe ë Doppler by Erlend Loe EBOOK N zabije losiu samicu a jej mláďa prijme ako svojho adoptívneho syna Snaží sa žiť život lovca a zberača kým nepochopí že je závislý na pravidelnom prísune nízkotučného mlieka a čokolády Toblerone To ho prinúti opäť nadviazať kontakt s ľuďmiJeden z najprekladanejších nórskych autorov sa stal populárnym vďak I absolutely loved Loe's book Naïve Super which will definitely make my 'best of' list this year so was excited to venture into his back catalog Imagine my dismay when the first few pages depict the killing of an elk as my longtime GR friends know I abhor any violence towards animals That scene is ALMOST mitigated by the fact it IS necessary plot wise the meat provides the titular character with the means to exist in the forest via the barter system and by the fact Doppler also 'adopts' the orphaned calf of said elk Once past that gruesome opening the book does settle down to the same type of uirky whimsicality as Loe's other book and is similarly delightful Although the book ends satisfactorily there is a seuel which unfortunately has not been translated into English as of yet If it ever does become available I'd certainly be interested in adventures of this endearing curmudgeon