!!> Read ➸ The Vegetarian ➻ Author Han Kang – Snapchatlogin.us

The Vegetarian Before The Nightmare, Yeong Hye And Her Husband Lived An Ordinary Life But When Splintering, Blood Soaked Images Start Haunting Her Thoughts, Yeong Hye Decides To Purge Her Mind And Renounce Eating Meat In A Country Where Societal S Are Strictly Obeyed, Yeong Hye S Decision To Embrace A Plant Like Existence Is A Shocking Act Of Subversion And As Her Passive Rebellion Manifests In Ever Extreme And Frightening Forms, Scandal, Abuse, And Estrangement Begin To Send Yeong Hye Spiraling Deep Into The Spaces Of Her Fantasy In A Complete Metamorphosis Of Both Mind And Body, Her Now Dangerous Endeavor Will Take Yeong Hye Impossibly, Ecstatically, Tragically Far From Her Once Known Self Altogether.

!!> Read ➸ The Vegetarian  ➻ Author Han Kang – Snapchatlogin.us
  • Hardcover
  • 188 pages
  • The Vegetarian
  • Han Kang
  • English
  • 05 September 2017
  • 0553448188

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  1. says:

    WellumyeahsoI guess that was goodmaybe .Kinda weirdI think .Definitely a bit muchoh, no doubtbut .Poignant perhapscertainly heart strings were tuggedhoweverConfusion Yes That s itor, maybe not .100% sure I was 90% moved by being 80% lost while at the same time...


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    Some of you may have noticed that my reviews have become infrequent as of late, and the ones I do write are becoming increasingly shorter I seem to have hit a reading slump Who d have thought such a thing possible for me Well the point is that I blame this book Since reading it I haven t quite been the same It s altered my perspective on a few things...


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    Update Han Kang s book, The Vegetarian , is the Man Booker international winner Wow ZERO spoilers I m going to share my experience.and hope to find other readers to discuss this book with later I couldn t not read this in anything less than one sitting.If I keep thinking about this book, not only will I have a knot in my stomach as I do nowbut I just might find myself crying my eyes out I haven t felt so many intense emotions from a book in a long time.Zillions of thoughts f Update Han Kang s book, The Vegetarian , is the Man Booker international winner Wow ZERO spoilers I m going to share my experience.and hope to find other readers to discuss this book with later I couldn t not read this in anything less than one...


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    Han Kang s novel, The Vegetarian, tells the story of Yeong hye Having recently had a dream that has convinced her to cease eating any meat whatsoever, and finds that such a decision is affect nearly all aspects of her life Her family is trying to force her to eat meat, the relationships that once surrounded her are falling apart, and everyone is questioning whether she is insane The thing is, she just might be losing her mind and all because of a dream.This book isn t super long In fact, Han Kang s novel, The Vegetarian, tells the story of Yeong hye Having recently had a dream that has convinced her to cease eating any meat whatsoever, and finds that such a decision is affect nearly all aspects of her life Her family is trying to force her to eat meat, the relationships that once surrounded her are falling apart, and everyone is questioning whether she is insane The thing is, she just might be losing her mind and all because of a dream.This book isn t super long In fact, it reads like a novella, so it s easy to consume and fast paced enough that about the time you feel really into it, it s over It s not a bad thing though because there is a LOT packed into this little story Despite being a story that is e...


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    Update 2 I ve gotten enough comments from dudes for me to update this review Oddly enough, it s just dudes, too No woman has commented about how I m wrong about Kang saying the book is an allegory for South Korea And I can only guess it s because women ACTUALLY READ THE FUCKIN DESCRIPTION From the dust jacket AND the product description here on GoodreadsA disturbing, yet beautifully composed narrative told in three parts, The Vegetarian is an allegorical novel about modern day South Kore Update 2 I ve gotten enough comments from dudes for me to update this review Oddly enough, it s just dudes, too No woman has commented about how I m wrong about Kang saying the book is an allegory for South Korea And I can only guess it s because women ACTUALLY READ THE FUCKIN DESCRIPTION From the dust jacket AND the product description here on GoodreadsA disturbing, yet beautifully composed narrative told in three parts, The Vegetarian is an allegorical novel about modern day South Korea Come on, guys You can t be this fucking dense.UPDATE Since reading this book, I ve seen numerous reviews from women who claim this book speaks to the hidden violence a...


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    Honestly, in this case, I m muchinterested in reading other people s reviews of the book rather than writing my own I just feel like there are so many layers here, so many things that need to be discussed, so many unique interpretations, so many questions The first third of The Vegetarian is very Kafka esque It has a very Metamorphosis vibe to it Maybe a little bit of Bird Box to give you acontemporary example It was dark It was weird It was bleak It felt like every sentence Honestly, in this case, I m muchinterested in reading other people s reviews of the book rather than writing my own I just feel like there are so many layers here, so many things that need to be discussed, so many unique interpretations, so many questions The first third of The Vegetarian is very Kafka esque It has a very Metamorphosis vibe to it Maybe a little bit of Bird Box to give you acontemporary example It was dark It was weird It was bleak It felt like every sentence belonged there There wasn t any filler or fluff to bulk up the length I was all in, too I was waiting to solve the mystery and figure out what the heck was going on Then, the second act hits and I realized this book is something completely different than what I expected I was mildly annoyed at the kind of abrasive shift away fro...


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    Though the ostensible reason for her not wanting Yeong hye to be discharged, the reason that she gave the doctor, was this worry about a possible relapse, now she was able to admit to herself what had really been going on She was no longer able to cope with all that her sister reminded her of She d been unable to forgive her for soaring alone over a boundary she herself could never bring herself to cross, unable to forgive that magnificent irresponsibility that had enabled Yeong hye to shuckThough the ostensible reason for her not wanting Yeong hye to be discharged, the reason that she gave the doctor, was this worry about a possible relapse, now she was able to admit to herself what had really been going on She was no longer able to cope with all that her sister reminded her of She d been unable to forgive her for soaring alone over a boundary she herself could never bring herself to cross, unable to forgive that magnificent irresponsibility that had enabled Yeon...


  8. says:

    Nope This is the story of two sisters their husbands one woman s tendency toward violent, graphic dreams Honestly, I m not sure what I was supposed to take from this book I m not going to pretend for the sake of sounding intelligent or profound that I got it I absolutely did not enjoy reading this, and I m thankful it was over quickly The men in this book are repulsive selfish, and I could not identify with either sister The lack of straightforward communication bet Nope This is the story of two sisters their husbands one woman s tendency toward violent, graphic dreams Honestly, I m not sure what I was supposed to take from this book I m not going to pretend for the sake of sounding intelligent or profound that I got it I absolutely did not enjoy reading this, and I m thankful it was over quickly...


  9. says:

    I gave myself 24 hours to think over this before rating it, but I still don t know i m left off very confused This is a book about characters whose backstories and full character arcs aren t really explored, so it was jarring to read a character heavy book whose main focus is on a woman that we never even see the perspective of Maybe i m missing something, and i m horrified that I did because everyone else loves this book, but this just read very strangely to me By the end I understood t I gave myself 24 hours to think over this before rating it, but I still don t know i m left off very confused This is a book about characters whose backstories and full character arcs aren t really explored, so it was jarring to read a character heavy book whose main focus is on a woman that we never even see the perspective of Maybe i m missing something, and i m horrified that I did because everyone else loves this book, but this just read very strangely to me By ...


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    The Vegetarian by Han Kang is a South Korean novel told in three parts Kang is the daughter of novelist Han Seung won She has gone on to win the Yi Sang Literary Prize 2005 , Today s Young Artist Award, and the Korean Literature Novel Award As of summer 2013, Han teaches creative writing at the Seoul Institute of the Arts while writing stories and novels The Vegetarian starts with a simple premise A woman, Yeong hye, decides to become a vegetarian and her family reacts to her decision The The Vegetarian by Han Kang is a South Korean novel told in three parts Kang is the daughter of novelist Han Seung won She has gone on to win the Yi Sang Literary Prize 2005 , Today s Young Artist Award, and the Korean Literature Novel Award As of summer 2013, Han teaches creative writing at the Seoul Institute of the Arts while writing stories and novels The Vegetarian starts with a simple premise A woman, Yeong hye, decides to become a vegetarian and her family reacts to her decision The no...

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