Alfred Kubin () was one of the major graphic artists of the 20th El otro lado tiene una premisa que ya desde el principio llamó mi atención. .. Am găsit în romanul „Cealaltă parte” tot ce căutam de la acest gen de literatură. LA Otra Parte by Alfred Kubin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. La otra parte by Kubin, Alfred and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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That’s what ls spokesperson I don’t know if I really liked this or not. Che fu definito dallo stesso autore un romanzo fantastico: Lists with This Book. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The artist might have seen the omens in the ABC spagettios but did they spell the same in the other most important meal of the day? Jul 13, Nate D rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


The Other Side

It also contains his original illustrations. It is so very different, so far out of the realm of normal; it is the very stuff I crave and go out of my way to look for. I think it would have been better at a somewhat shorter length; the hideous events palled by repetition. As I said, it seems like the 20th century was about to bear out this perspective quite readily. It was reprinted a number of times since it was written around I think with more and more of his autobiography added – obviously as he wrote it.

What won me was the second half which is a vivid rendition of chaos come, end-of-times. Da un barlume di comprensione nacque una forza, un’aspirazione My th rating here Apparently Kafka read it and enjoyed it. An artist’s only novel: You are now in the world of Alfred Kubin Also the comparison to Kafka on the back of the book actually kinds of makes sense, that’s a first. The incredible thing was the way the same illusion would appear in several minds at once.


Something about this collective unconscious in a burned to the ground village made me feel so tired. I have wanted this book for so long but because it is out of print had difficult tracking it down. I didn’t care about Patera at all.

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That’s where Clay Davis’ empty oubin turn kuubin. The Other Side tells of a dream kingdom which becomes a nightmare, of a journey to Pearl, a mysterious city created deep in Asia, which is also a journey to the depths of the subconscious. Che, come dicevo, rimase gesto irripetuto. If I saw it in a dream that didn’t mean I could have stopped it from happening.

I used to live on a floor above the “hospice apartment”. Here fantasies were simply reality. Mariel went into a lawyer coma over this reading of the will style part and didn’t wake up until after the waaaaay more boring than the extensive train travel part of Christopher Priest’s The Prestige that was kind of interesting in the way of a guy who could make a home out of not being home, and falling love with moving tracks off the rails of those obstructed by Ben Franklin’s kite kunin writing.

Not that Lathe doesn’t have its sense of entropy too, but an impressively sustained portion of this one seems given over Paired with the piercing brilliance of another novel of the forces of dreams that I happened to read nearly at the same time, The Lathe of Heaventhis is all murk and decay and irrational forces, the dream-unleashed id of a century that would, just a few years later, reveal first the bloodiest war in world history, then another even more cataclysmic, almost immediately after.

Not that Lathe doesn’t have its sense of entropy too, but an impressively sustained portion of this one seems given over entirely to the horrors of entropy. Space courts time, you see; and the point of union, the present, is death, or something else you could just as well posit in its place — the deity, if you like.


Some passages of cosmic destruction reminded me of “The House on the Borderland” where the very universe quakes, crumbles and is destroyed. I suoi disegni, invece, sono arte pura. Engravings became porous and fell to pieces. I disegni di Kubin sono visionari, sono incubi, sono malati, sono atroci, sono cupi, tetri, allucina n ti, sono bellissimi.

The prose isn’t brilliant but Kubin is ex A man in his thirties, orra, an artist, receives a strange offer: You can come live here. Tiene un gran manejo de las palabras, de las frases que utiliza para narrar las situaciones que enfrenta nuestro protagonista.

The people talked themselves into believing the things they imagined. In any case certain sections of the book resonated deeply with me, but despite very well written language the situations described are so weird that I had to read many passages over and over again kubn get the approximation of what is going on. I piani di lettura si moltiplicano.

Money won’t protect you. Trivia About The Other Side. Moving there at his behest made no kind of gut sense to me. The next few chapters are fairly mundane and Kubin briefly explores the class structure, economics and religion of this newly formed kingdom before we gradually slide down the slippery slope.

Better to throw shit at the wall and get your responses pafte of it. So I’ve got this “Dream land” that is pretty much my own country and shit.

I don’t want to hear tongues click. Published July 27th by Dedalus first published patre

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