CHARLOTTE ROCHE FEUCHTGEBIETE EBOOK PDFJanuary 28, 2021
Feuchtgebiete has ratings and reviews. Michelle said: Everyone says that this book is super gross. Honestly, I wasn’t grossed out or amused by. Editions for Feuchtgebiete: (Paperback published in ), by Charlotte Roche First published Sort by . ebook, pages. Wetlands eBook: Charlotte Roche, Tim Mohr: : Kindle Store. Since its debut in February, the novel (“Feuchtgebiete,” in German) has sold more than .
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Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Jul 07, tee rated it really liked it Shelves: Mar 29, Isa rated it really liked it. Not too bad, but would not read it for the second time.
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 toche, you maybe are not engaging with the world from a position of power.
And your kids are not perfect.
Wetlands opens in a hospital room after an intimate shaving accident. Yes, things can get a little gross, but its not like the main character’s behavior is completely unnatural.
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Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. And that’s a rare thing. It’s not really a tale, so much as a glimpse into a disturbed soul. The book is a headlong dash through every crevice and byproduct, physical and psychological, eobok its narrator’s body and mind.
This one has it’s own special merits. Aber das sollten beste Freundinnen schon hinbekommen. I have to keep reminding myself it is fiction and When I was a kid, losing myself in stories and in novels, I sometimes wondered why we never read about characters going to the bathroom.
Somewhat scatological as well. Or just perhaps had a more intricate plot. You are eating – seriously. The novel is set in a hospital where Helen is about to have surgery on her butthole after a shaving incident. The novel is set in Congratulations, Charlotte Roche.
She stops short of coprophagia, even though she is c We compulsively hide from one another the tiny disgusting things our bodies continuously do, as if we aren’t bags of blood and mucous and decomposing food and fecal material.
Charlotte Roche is playful, though. I’m surprised this has not been a best seller in fehchtgebiete United States. I like eating my smegma; I like when sperm is drying on my skin and when it peels off; Fucking is one of my hobbies. And she has a crush on a nurse that begins when she asks him to photograph her wound after surgery.
I finally understood the blurb on the front that compared this novel to ‘Catcher in the Rye’. Why is it okay to sneeze publicly but not urinate?
I like my vagina. Crazy Helen — I am unsure how to feel about the ebookk bits of Helen. View all 4 comments. I dislike shaving, plucking, flossing, moisturizering, but I do it all despite my dislike of forced standards.
It gives a detailed topography of Helen’s hemorrhoids, continues into the subject of anal intercourse and only gains momentum from there, eventually reaching avocado pits as objects of female sexual satisfaction and — here is where the debate kicks in — just possibly female empowerment.
Which is to say there is a tentative stretching of the boundaries hers. The comment on the front of the book about it being “explicit” caught my eye, and so I decided to peruse it while on my break. Any woman can use explicit language to write a bunch of “gross” stuff about her body In all their wondrous dexterity.
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I happened upon this book while shelving in the fiction section at work. Somit ist ihr “extremes” Verhalten nur eine Abwehrreaktion um auf sich aufmerksam zu machen und nicht ein normales Verhalten. 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.
Why are you so terrified of your own body and its functions?
While initially I applauded feuchfgebiete boldness with which she writes about the female body, all orifices and secretions, the complete feuchfgebiete of self-consciousness she has toward her body, the way she embraces each and every aspect, nook and cranny so to speak, and feuchtgbiete manner of secretions, it finally seemed she has no more to tell us than this: On the other hand, there are a couple of good reasons a person might want feuvhtgebiete read this book: Also ist das nur eine andere Thematik des Ekels, mit ein bisschen Menschlichkeit vermixt, sodass man den Hauptcharakter doch auch sympatisch findet Roche left home in and founded with three female friends the garage rock group The Dubinskis.
If you can read German and you’ve read the original version of this, I’d love to hear your opinion. And, in the end, I think the author proved the exact point she was trying to make as people especially women respo My friend pushed this book onto me, insisting that I read it. By giving it four stars and raving about it, I’m not say, comparing it to some of my other four-star books.
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I loved that her sexuality was inherent in everything that had to do with her body. You are thinking about getting a divorce – Helen pretty clearly seems to think all her problems would be solved if only her parents would get back together; so, unless you want your daughter to end up disgusting, you will make that relationship work.
And it’s here, on the second part, that the story also becomes surprisingly warmer and more interesting. Warum um dieses Buch nun so ein Spektakel gemacht wurde, kann ich in keiner Weise nachvollziehen.
By act up I mean being sexually explicit. View all 32 comments.