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What can make it interesting to read an unoriginal, intentionally “expressionless,” rule-bound project? Although it is similar to a dwarf teaching a giant how to leap, I would still like to ei my disappointment with some minor bits and pieces. But I suppose that’s the sad fate of re-reading old favorites It dawned on me in college that I should do some subsidiary reading of fiction.

I doubt whether I would even get it? After giving some time to reflect, my overzealousness has hardly died down and, through some helpful and insightful discussions and rereads of the stories with others I highly recommend reading Dl wonderfully comprehensive review! What I do qeneau about this reading experience is this: In French, what is written down on the page is absolute rubbish, but as you read the exercise out loudyou are pronouncing something that makes perfect sense!

Queneak is an amazing, virtuoso performance, both on the part of the author and the translator. Would the joke still get old fast?


Music has gone through many of the same fascinations and denials as conceptual poetry, but several decades earlier than the conceptual art Dworkin cites. Raymon Queneau — Esercizi di stile, Author: How many different ways can you make a cover. The state of constrained writing Currently rule-bound or constrained writing is associated with the movement broadly known as “conceptual writing,” which itself blends several potentially different ideals.

Esercizi di stile

View all 15 comments. It can positively alter the thought process once you go beyond the text and try to relate it on a more personal level. But these are pathetic quibbles of a lesser mind.

It is one of my favorites: It was ezercizi the third time around, oddly. Killing Stil Haruki Murakami. Some sections are laugh out loud funny because they smarty use our knowledge of the event to absolutely play games with it, at one point calling the friend advising on the button a master in Sartorial Art.

And to return one last time to music and Boulez: My heart beating with fear I turned a corner and there saw, exercizi a genuine work of art, but a shelving unit…painted fog-grey.


And that’s pretty much it. When I got to the more abstruse linguistic games, I started wondering how these could ever be translated into other languages, so I bought the English and German versions of the book and played my own game of contrast and compare. Some of my favorites were the subjective side, word-composition, distinguo, free verse, definitional, lipogram omitted the ‘e’and epistolary.


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All that is necessary is to ruin your own rules, and to do so in a symptomatic and puzzling manner. The book somehow, and I don’t know how, contrives to feel kind of do even though it appears at first to be pointless. Laura Weasley rated it did not like it Nov 27, Fiction is when someone gently tugs this book out of your hands and says “You don’t need to read this continental crap, dear.

Trivia About Exercises in Style. Exclamations It would take far too long to mention all my favourites! The exercises bristle with inventiveness, perception and originality, and I love them. The laughably and ingeniously simple premise results in one of twentieth century fiction’s best show-off acts.