16.11.17 // Winter has come and long (and dark) study days will follow.
Reading the novel “the poisoning ” by Maria Lazar for a Seminar on women writers of the Weimarer Republic. It´s an expressionist novel of 1920, full of obscure metaphors, pathos, and angst.
It´s about a teenage girl rebelling to her suffocating bourgeois family and the novel is from her pov (in the 3. person, though), which makes everything very complicated since objects and descriptions are expressing her feelings. Her writing is deformed from her huge feelings in such a Romantik-style that sometimes is hardly comprehensible and almost annoying.
I don´t know if I would recommend it, (still have to decide), but it´s particular in its genre.
In the most respective way possible, why are you a socialist? If you aren't sorry, it just seems like it. I understand why someone likes socialism and we NEED some aspects of socialism, but it doesn't work. My Opinion: I think in idea, socialism is a wonderful thing, but in the real world (Venezuela) it doesn't work. Thanks for reading this btw!