Doktor Glas [E–pub New]


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    Doktor Glas [E–pub New] I wonder what it feels like to have a crime on one's conscience In less than 200 pages this secret marvel of literature rivets subverts perturbs Originally published in Sweden in 1905 Doctor Glas is another frightening character unsuited to his profession a man who has no business being anyone's doctor see his buddies Lecter Frankenstein and Moreau over there in the corner He finds bodies repulsive and regards most peop

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    Doktor Glas [E–pub New] In this short strong novel we get debates about light pollution you can’t see the stars any tourism there are just too many assisted dying it should be legal abortion likewise and because of the fear of germs we also get a

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    Doktor Glas [E–pub New] MeToo Anno Domini 1905 in Stockholm delivering a male solution to a female problem a stylistically perfect execution Is it justifiable to kill a man to save his wife from repeated marital rape? Doctor Glas feels no guilt Kill the monster become the monster live on A woman would probably have carried the scars of guilt and shame after committing an act of violence even though she is the victim of the absurdity of marit

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    Hjalmar Söderberg Ü 2 Summary Read & download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ü Hjalmar Söderberg Doktor Glas [E–pub New] This short novel is a melancholic guide of Stockholm It is a compendium of thoughts and reflections upon life from a peculiar character It is a story of alienation and unreuited love And it is also the story of a planned mur

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    Doktor Glas [E–pub New] This book has become uite well known recently due to the theatre production starring Krister Henriksson We saw it in London a few months ago and it is indeed very good; but I was surprised to discover that the book is substantially different The eponymous Glas as most people now know is a doctor in late 19th century Stockholm who kills the husband of one of his patients Fru Gregorius is young and beautiful; her husband is a hypocr

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    Free read Doktor Glas Doktor Glas [E–pub New] When I finished this book I didn't feel much impressed however it grew on me in time There are some passages th

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    Free read Doktor Glas Doktor Glas [E–pub New] Read & download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ü Hjalmar Söderberg What is moonshine? Secondhand sunshine Diluted counterfeit Extremely thought provoking especially regarding views on abortion euthanasia marital rights and morally justified murder No wonder it had the crowd roaring in protest at the time it was published

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    Doktor Glas [E–pub New] I rather fell in love with this book It’s concise— a novella than a novel—and the plot is extremely simple

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    Read & download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ü Hjalmar Söderberg Hjalmar Söderberg Ü 2 Summary Free read Doktor Glas I'm sitting at my open window now and writing this for whom? Not for any friend or girlfriend scarcely even for myself for I don't rea

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    Doktor Glas [E–pub New] June 12 I've never known such a summerHere is the eponymous doctor's journal on show and he is most definitely not the sort of person one would wish to have as a GP Some of the lines are priceless with their gallow humour against all that is generally held to be humane sensibility It's all in here arguments and mental brooding ov

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Read ¹ Doktor Glas È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Stark brooding and enormously controversial when first published in 1905 this astonishing novel juxtaposes impressions of fin de siècle Stockholm against the psychological landscape of a ma. In this short strong novel we get debates about light pollution you can t see the stars any tourism there are just too many assisted dying it should be legal abortion likewise and because of the fear of germs we also get an interesting discussion about whether communion wine should be administered in church by capsules rather than unhygienic shared chalicesAnd then the main arc of the plot is all about marital rape which became illegal in the UK in 1991 So I kept checking if this book was written in 1990 or 1980 or 1970 but no the copyright page kept saying 1905 I guess Hjalmar Soderberg must ve had a fully functioning crystal ball This then is the diary of Dr Glas over the summer months of a single traumatic year Into the labyrinth of his self torment you will go his beautiful frightening voice spooling out all the darkness of a man teetering on the edgeRecommended Can be read in one day easySay would you look at that a short review finally

Read & download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ü Hjalmar SöderbergDoktor Glas

Read ¹ Doktor Glas È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Husband’s oppressive sexual attentions Doctor Glas finds himself contemplating murder A masterpiece of enduring power Doctor Glas confronts a chilling moral uandary with gripping intensity. I rather fell in love with this book It s concise a novella than a novel and the plot is extremely simple hardly than a vehicle for the first person narrator s dark philosophical meditations But that doesn t prevent it from being a compelling read The novel s great strength is its voice It takes the form of a series of diary entries over a few summer months in Stockholm in an unidentified year close to the time of composition it was published in 1905 apparently much to the patement of the bourgeois touching as it does on scandalous subjects such as abortion The diarist is a thirty something doctor Tyko Gabriel Glas whose smooth social surface conceals a turbid inner life compounded of thwarted romanticism sexual phobia and a proto existentialist consciousness of the meaningless of the universe Glas is unhappy and self hating yet at the same time half in love with his outsiderdom as his astute and cynical alter ego journalist friend Markel remarks at one point There are people who lack all talent for happiness and know it with painful inescapable clarity Such people don t strive for happiness but to bring a little order and distinction to their unhappiness Glas is one of themGlas s attempt to bring order to his unhappiness takes a peculiar form arising from his half chivalric half erotic obsession with a pastor s young wife and his corresponding feeling of repulsion for her much older husband who clearly embodies for him much of what he loathes in his culture The meetings with husband and wife that punctuate the novel are beautifully handled especially those with the wife whose attitude to the doctor is intriguingly ambiguous Does she feel the genuine admiration and meeting of souls she suggests Or has she intuited his infatuation and decided to exploit it I shan t go into the way in which this situation is resolved or not resolved as it would be difficult to do so without spoilers Suffice to say I thought the ending superb Dr Glas is one of those books with nominally dark subject matter that is far from depressing to read It s a delight in fact The protagonist s diaristic meanderings are fresh and eccentric and unpredictable and the writing is wonderful in so far as one can tell in translation I found the Stockholm setting evocative as wellAs a sample here is Dr Glas at a dramatic moment in the novel distracted by his consciousness streaming off in an unexpected direction Suppose I allow her to love me I m so lonely Last winter I had a tabby cat but he ran off come spring I m put in mind of him now as the light of the first autumn hearth fire dances over the flame red rug He d lie there just in front of the hearth and purr In vain I exerted myself to win his affection He lapped up my milk and warmed himself by my fire but his heart remained cold What became of you Smutter You had decadent tendencies I fear you may have fallen into dissolute ways if you are still roaming the earth Last night I heard a cat s cry in the churchyard and I was sure I recognized your voiceI love those rhythms There s an edition of this novel by Harvill Press with what sounds like an excellent introduction by Margaret Atwood to judge from this sample

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Read ¹ Doktor Glas È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free N besieged by obsession Lonely and introspective Doctor Glas has long felt an instinctive hostility toward the odious local minister So when the minister’s beautiful wife complains of her. When I finished this book I didn t feel much impressed however it grew on me in time There are some passages that I came back to read again and again Its a strange insightful and interesting book written at the beginning of 20th century The story is about a young doctor who either pities or despises his patients and plays the judge and the jury and the executioner sometimesThe book makes you uestion fundamental issues such as morals ethics and faith

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