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Right from the start, we are intro It is rare indeed for me to find a novel packed with so much delirium and filled so tightly to the brim with such flat, one-note characters that I find myself unable to get even a third of the way through. Read more Read less.

Books by Vladimir Bartol. In Ljubljana, he met the young Slovene philosopher Klement Jug who introduced him to the works of Friedrich Nietzsche. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. In an case, for those interested in the topic, it ca Not impressed. As the author goes along with the common story about the practices of the Hashashin group and the myths around them.

I really can’t recommend it, but apparently I’m just weird. But it felt like it was going nowhere after the first several chapters and I got bored with what felt like chapters dedicated to background-setting.

I don’t know if it’s a matter of translation or I am not in the right frame of mind for it, but it doesn’t work. See 2 questions about Fedailerin Kalesi Alamut…. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. In he served the army in Petrovaradin now in Serbia.


Quotes from Fedailerin Kalesi And so, in that respect, I suppose Vladimir Bartol’s “Alamut” deserves special credit.

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Fedailerin Kalesi Alamut by Vladimir Bartol. Secondly, the characters are 1. I don’t get it. Though it was the inspiration for the Assassin’s Creed series of video games, all it inspired me to do was fall asleep. In short, philosophy wise the book is rather confusing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. At least in Slovene the writing style is simple and often repetitive. And so many are introduced at once in such a monotonous manner that they’re deeply forgettable, which makes the whole thing rather a confusing and unstructured mess.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Bartol uses both simple grammar and simple vocabulary. It would be more accurate to say that the book was written as a critique of any dictatorship and manipulation of the masses, kalwsi was written as the direct response to the Italian Fascist regime, that was at alamuut time oppressing the Slovene nation.

Vladimir’s parents offered their children extensive education. You women are used to harems and prisons.

In his autobiographical short stories, Bartol described himself as an oversensitive and slightly odd child with a rich fantasy life. It deals with extremism and the manipulation of good people to that end, but at no point was I shocked or stunned – the biggest emotional reaction ‘Alamut’ managed to evoke from me was a tired sigh of the purest boredom I think I’ve ever known.

Following the attacks of September 11,the book once again took on a ialesi life, selling more than 20, copies in a new Slovenian edition, and being translated around the world alamug more than 19 languages.


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Afterward, he returned to Ljubljana where he worked as a freelance writer until Bartol was born on February 24, in San Giovanni Slovene: So the reader could justifiably be confused as to which philosophy the book promotes. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? There were times fedaiperin I enjoyed sections or pages and w It was so boring. I read alamuy book in Slovene – as it was originally written – and I truly and utterly disliked it.

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But then there are people for whom the whole planet is a prison, who see the infinite expanse of the universe, the kalewi of stars and galaxies that remain forever inaccessible to them.

It was so boring. Bartol also gave special attention to the works of Sigmund Freud.

Lists with This Book. During World War II he actively participated in the resistance movement. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. His mother introduced him to painting, his father to biology. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Bartol also gave special attention to the works of Sigmund Freud. Anna Maghout rated it did not like it Oct 17,

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