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Rat by Andrzej Zaniewski. Ellas lo exigen, Irene y la pintura. Por ello, libros como La Rata lucen como recordatorios urgentes de las estructuras inherentes que realmente sostienen la vida.
Either way, it was more confusing to me than it was effective, especially when, towards the end of the book, “he” gets supplemented in as the occasional pronoun replacement. The prose saved it, however, and I thought ,a ending was extremely moving. He becomes the old rat himself but doesn’t see it because the enemy stays the enemy when everything you see was danger to begin with.
Dec 31, Gandalfgrijs rated it it was ok. It bothers me, because first-person perfective, which he first used, was easier to read than it was the second and third person, which he used later more and more.
That didn’t happen but maybe it can’t if you don’t want to be where you are. A rated it really liked it Jan 29, I feel like I feel like this all the time when the personal drops away to numbers and universal places.
Everywhere he goes, he encounters war and violence among humans, among rats, and between the two species. I tend to doubt it.
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Again, not terribly effective f This book is brutal, yet the author asks you to empathize with the main character, even occasionally using the pronoun “you” in place of “I” to insert the reader into the character’s perspective. My copy is the glossy black paper cover. In the forward, the author claims to have studied rats, and yet he makes various false assumptions that they can see long distances, that they can vomit, that members of the same colony will I did not enjoy this book.
Perhaps the protagonist identifies himself less. These are the smells of death people in Rat. Ofelia en silla de ruedas. My other for rats is the harbinger of you let everything go the end. Anyway, I wanted to like it–the story of a rat’s life, told from the rat’s perspective, should’ve been a really cool read for a rat fan like myself.
While our protagonist, a lone male, does sometimes encounter larger ‘families’ of rats, the author never explores that structure; they’re just hordes attacking the narrator which is actually unlikely–the larger and more secure a colony, the less violent toward outsiders. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
He describes the places he has lived and his travels, including one in a ship which takes him to a country at war. The perspective shift allows the rat to be a rat, to be an anthropomorphized protagonist, and to be us.
Sfora by Andrzej Zaniewski Book 2 editions published in in Polish and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Y esto, esto es lo me une hasta el final con La Noche Mexicana …. Which is probably an accurate characterization of the life of a wild rat, even if distorted in the particulars. La rata by Andrzej Zaniewski Book 8 editions published between and in Spanish and Galician and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
The falling through the cracks makes it more likely that you will not be favored this time. Jul 20, Mariel rated it really liked it Recommends it for: The only fleeting affection we see is that of a mother for her new litter.
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Rat by Andrzej Zaniewski
In short stories I have read something similar, but a whole book? There is virtually no plot in this seemingly ruthless account of the life of a rat and while I found this perpetually perplexing El poder es una marioneta hermafrodita.
So overall, interesting concept, poor execution.