☆ Class || ✓ PDF Download by ☆ Francesco Pacifico


  • Title: Class
  • Author: Francesco Pacifico
  • ISBN: 9781612195933
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Class
    Francesco Pacifico
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    Commentaires:

    Christopher
    Some of these reviews are starting to make this page look like a Netflix review board. Oh you didn't enjoy it? You've never been to Italy. You're an American. You didn't read enough to get the references. There are no prerequisites to reading this. What stuns me is that a book so dedicated to pleasure could elicit so little of my own. I'm not even sure Pacifico succeeds in his goal of leaving the "humanizing increment" of American novels. I just feel as though this was an effort to humanize pigs [...]

    Jeremy Burke
    This book is so funny, and reference-dense in a way that I love, and weird. I don't think that everyone should read it, but anyone should at least give it a shot.

    Rodney Landi
    One of the most frustrating, obtuse and confusing books I've read in a very long time. I'm not sure if the fault lies with the author or in its translation from the Italian, but it's positively unintelligible. The entire book is told in the first person but from the perspective of many different characters who change without warning. Add to this switching back and forth from past to present, changing locations, multiple Italian nicknames and dimutives for each character, and both Roman and Milan [...]

    Mark
    Vile characters, incoherent plot, truly unpleasant. Maybe you have to be Italian to follow whatever the author is getting at. Not recommended.

    Asif Ghazanfar
    Possibly the worst book I've ever read. So bad that I threw it away so that no one else would suffer.

    QA
    very entertaining in the beginning but it gets wearing halfway through and a struggle to finish it

    Maria Romana Trainini
    Not a five star but not a one star either. You do need some familiarity with Italy for this, and I am lucky, I get both worlds, dear One Star Giver. American life is Gotha for some Italian people, in an irrational, hedonistic way. Very 90s. Everything available anytime. The book shows wasted, useless, not-so-young people squirm when they realize that the American dream is a thin veil covering uneasiness, dirt, monotony and shallow randomness. They see that anything meaningful takes effort and th [...]

    Jason McKinney
    Class? More like Crass. Admittedly, we're not talking about class in terms of decorum here but it's certainly a bunch of assholes who populate these pages. This is the kind of novel that makes you appreciate the writing but hate the pretentiousness involved. Another fitting title could have been Assholes d'Italia because that's a near-perfect summary of what the plot revolves around. You have a handful of people who are completely without empathy for others (and the reader has no empathy for the [...]

    Will
    For a book that loves to go on about other works of art being "derivative," this is just an Italian rewrite of Bright Lights, Bity City, complete with second person narration. I have to say it was incredibly frustrating to read basic errors of setting on every other page: apparently New York City has "Nordic" light (it doesn't), Williamsburg has no billboards (it does), the McGraw-Hill Building is "vivid" green (it isn't), and on and on. And Pacifico's repeated allusions to European auteurs is g [...]

    Aileen
    "What was once open-mindedness became pure exoticism: culture was for collecting.""A middle-aged woman: 'I'm looking for a book that's like The Name of the Rose? Could you suggest something similar? It's my favorite book!' 'Ma'am, if there were other books as good as The Name of the Rose, you'd know about them already, and their authors would be super famous and super popular.'"

    ennui waves
    A wickedly funny book about the discreet charm of the bourgeoisie, or rather their spoiled children. The characters in Class remind me of that saying: "Some people are born on third base and go through life thinking they hit a triple."

    Dave
    se avessi voluto leggere vice, avrei letto vice

    Clunk
    Fastidioso quanto il mondo che vuole descrivere. Dunque riuscito.

    Valentina Cardone
    Questo libro è pretenzioso ed indigesto. Mah.

    Lorenzo Cibrario
    Buon libro scritto con uno stile originale che accalappia il lettore. La storia è tristemente all'ordine del giorno.

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      Published :2019-01-27T00:04:33+00:00