10 thoughts on “Игра на дама

  1. Jimmy Jimmy says:

    Table of InstructionsThis review consists of two reviews The first can be read in a normal fashion Start from 1 and go to 12, at the close of which there are three garish little stars which stand for the words The End Consequently, the reader may ignore what follows with a clean conscience.The second should be rea

  2. Hugh Hugh says:

    I wanted to read this because I had seen it included in some lists of the twentieth century s great novels It is a very interesting book, quite entertaining in places but I can t pretend it is an easy read Before one even starts there is a preamble which explains that you have at least two choices either to read the first

  3. karen karen says:

    8 years after i read this book, i finally understand why i didn t like it apparently, this is an either or book , but i read it as an and then book.dr wikipedia claims An author s note suggests that the book would best be read in one of two possible ways, either progressively from chapters 1 to 56 or by hopscotching through the ent

  4. Chris_P Chris_P says:

    Julio Cortazar HopscotchDon t read this book For real now, don t Throw it away or, better still, burn it Either you will burn it or it will burn you Seriously, it will tear you open and feast on your guts while all you ll be able to do is look around in over saturated numbness I envy those who weren t moved by it I envy and pity t...

  5. Luís C. Luís C. says:

    To enter in Hopscotch, one must accept the rule of the game one throws a stone and by hopping one jumps from box to box Then perhaps, if one is skilful, patient and persevering, one will reach heaven So I read by jumping from one chapter to another, according to the non linear order proposed at the beginning of the work by the aut...

  6. MJ Nicholls MJ Nicholls says:

    I have never beenwrong about a novel I was about Hopscotch A baffled first reading took place seven annums past, and a vexed and unfair one star review lingered on my profile for a half that period until three years ago the shame , when I suspected there to beto Cort zar and issued a partial retraction for the slander Recent encounters with Cronopios and Fam

  7. Geoff Geoff says:

    Here s a link to the Quarterly Conversation review of Hopscotch, it s really a very good review, and does a fine job elucidating this book s qualities and its value in the realm of literature, if I were to write a proper review of the book it would be a shadow plagiarization of this you could go read Jimmy s review, which, as I ve said below, is one of the finest and

  8. Richard Richard says:

    AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH I had to read this for a book club I read about 80 pages of this and threw it across the room Wish I didn t Maybe I could ve gottenfor it when I traded it in pretentiousness wrapped uptight faux beatness What I remember expat intellectuals crying over jazz records having an artistic time in paris Well read guy pines for girl who doesn t catch all his refere

  9. Manuel Antão Manuel Antão says:

    If you re into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Double Entendres Galore Hopscotch by Julio Cort zar Original Review, 1981 05 15 If you like your novels simple and straightforward, don t read Hopscotch.If you have an allergy to extended brainy digressions and convoluted debates, you better avoid Hopscotch.If you abhor puns, double entendre and wordplay, I most seriously ad

  10. Ian "Marvin" Graye Ian "Marvin" Graye says:

    1 A General Idea is Enough First Impressions When I started reading this novel, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the writing 871 Each short chapter seemed like an extrapolation on a single image in a photo album or a contribution to a literary almanac Unlike a chronological album of holiday snaps, it didn t seem to matter much in what order the images were displayed I adapted to jumping a

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