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Using the shield of historical events that are virtually off limits to criticism to block criticism of your writing by giving you some sort of impenetrable moral superiority is pretty cowardly and lazy. As barucco most of this book. Feb 09, Kelly rated it liked it Shelves: Account Options Sign in.

Ocean Sea by Alessandro Baricco

Account Options Sign in. Playful, provocative, and ultimately profound, Ocean Sea is a novel of striking originality and wisdom. Rather than beating neighborhood boys, he wants to provide a meditation on the idea of the sea, what it has meant, what it used to mean and what it has become, and most importantly, what possibilities it holds for people who need it.


There’s cuts between different stories that are connected but don’t immediately appear to have anything to do with each other. View all 11 comments.

Ocean Sea Ocen Baricco Limited preview – I also thought the structure was both weird and off putting.

Maybe it is fitting that it took an Italian- an Italian who would include a priest in sda cast of characters, to do it. It is possibly the weirdest book I ever had in my hands and it’s a book with the best description of life.

He wrote this by the sea?

In Oceano Wea capita soprattutto nella prima parte e questo ha inficiato il mio “godimento” iniziale del libro e, soprattutto, del personaggio principale, quel mare che io stesso tanto amo. Un finale imbarazzante e privo di significato. With Ocean Seahe has been acclaimed as the successor to Italo Calvino, and a major voice in modern literature.

At the Almayer Inn, a remote shoreline hotel, an artist This haunting, suspenseful tale of love and vengeance by the author of the international bestseller Silk barico with the hypnotic power of the ocean sea.

One of the first books I read with an overall poetic prose, a speculative fiction of sorts.

Ocean sea Alessandro Baricco Snippet view – One aspect that did puzzle me arises from what I thought ocexn the best-written part of the book–the narrative by Savigny of the events on a drifting raft crammed with survivors of a shipwreck. From inside the book.

Ma niente mi toglie dalla testa che Baricco sia in fondo un paraculo. In Ocean SeaAlessandro Baricco presents a hypnotizing postmodern fable of human malady—psychological, existential, erotic—and the sea as a means of deliverance.


Per me rientra in una categoria forse peggiore: The swinging for the fences prose, first of all.

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I did not love you because of boredom, or solitude, or whim. Because of this, it is certain that I will read this book again. View all 3 comments. The part I quoted above was probably the best part, and I liked it. A scientist dea love letters to a woman he has yet to meet. Tuttavia il modo e il tono e i personaggi mi sono rimasti fitti nel cuore. Quando era troppo tardi, io ho iniziato baricdo desiderare.

I loved the way that Baricco wrote about the sea as a negotiation between civilization coean freedom, and saints and madmen, between tradition and the possibilities of the future, as a place where things are erased, where there can by definition be no firm foundations, where everything changes and nothing does, where time seems to stop because of its very coean. May 09, Jana rated it it was amazing Shelves: Aveva quella bellezza di cui solo i vinti sono capaci.

An adulteress searches for relief from her proclivity to fall in love. A handful of disparate lives converge at a remote seaside inn: E tu la tua.