Wednesday, October 11, 2006

The trouble starts when you get up in the morning and don't know what day it is. That's not all, its when you genuinely don't know what day it is and along with neither the day's date nor year nor month. The last evening that you may have spent in some fashion doesn't not stick in your head, and to this particular detail whether which drink you drank or in whose mouth your tongue was lost.
The tale turns Kafkaish, and emptiness pours in your mind.

Good afternoon, everything is fucked up as usual! Thank you.

Oh yes thought I might tell you -- as this is space where we be honest, don't we? -- that I read Marquez' Chronicles of a Death Foretold. Its on my course this year. Yes it is fucking brilliant! Also, I would like to say that I'm pleased Kiran Desai has braced the Booker. had interviewed her when the book was released. I feel damn happy.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

My favourite Marquez is 'Of love and Other Demons'.

Have you read 'One Hundred Years of Solitude'?
Wat did you think?

10:01 PM, October 11, 2006  
Blogger simmi said...

jerry, dont despair, words, paper, books... offer far greater solace than any ones it might be better not to remember...words are eternal as flesh will decay
...ok, so Im rambling

come chech my cat out...

1:27 AM, October 12, 2006  
Blogger MinCat said...

ahhhhhh DU!!! funnily here i am in second masters and what are we studyg? cronica de una muerte anunciada. sigh. i sometimes wonder about the rest of him though. see if you can find death in the andes by mario vargas llosa.

6:16 AM, October 12, 2006  
Blogger Prerona said...

i've been that distracted last few days! i think its sleep deprivation. god knows ...

7:22 AM, October 12, 2006  
Blogger jerry said...

FCM: I have read it. What do I think? I don't know if I can do justice to that. But I can attempt to bring about the imagery. It was beautiful.

Simmi: Your cat's awesome! Words are truly endless and eternal. I'm glad time hasn't decieved this.

Mincat: Yes DU, dearth ain't it? I will surely read the book. Thank you.

Preorna: I suffer, rather I battle every night. I can't sleep well, and when I do its mere exhaustion. The rest of the night I draw diagrams in mind. Though, you know...

1:20 PM, October 12, 2006  
Blogger Wild Reeds said...

Herbal tea I say. On a swing.

4:44 PM, October 12, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what u consider emptiness is what i consider, one evening thankfully spent n forgotten....mayb that's the result of emptiness....i think i managed to confuse myself...

5:02 PM, October 12, 2006  
Blogger n said...

Chronicle of a death foretold is my absolute favouritest marquez... even more that 100 years.. :)
i actually enjoyed studying that for my exam.

9:44 PM, November 05, 2006  

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