By Karl Ove Knausgaard
Translated by way of Don Bartlett
Karl Ove Knausgaard leaves his spouse and every little thing he is familiar with in Oslo for a clean begin in Stockholm. There he moves up a deep and aggressive friendship with Geir and pursues Linda, a gorgeous poet who captivated him years ago.
A guy in Love, the second one ebook of six within the My fight cycle, sees Knausgaard write of tempestuous relationships, the rigors of parenthood and an urge to create nice artwork. His singular perception and exhilarating honesty has to be learn to be believed.
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The Desire and the Succesiful Pursuit of the Whole • 3 3 We met awkwardly in the ballroom. We wore "tuxedos"; girls wore long dresses. An orchestra played such novelties as "The Lambeth Walk" and "The Big Apple:• Also slow fox-trots. nd appears, demanding, if not equal, fair time. I had brought Rosalind to the dance. She was tall and dark and exuberant. We had known each other all our lives. We had been "a couple'~ for several years. We were used to each other in a lowkey, comfortable way. Then the war came and everything changed.
Concentrate your attention, sir, solely upon the ring. " was far in the future that evening when I told Jimmie that I was going to marry Rosalind after I graduated from Exeter. "You're crazy," he said. We went downstairs to the men's room with its tall marble urinals and large cubicles. I wondered what, if anything, he felt After all, men are not boys. Fortunately, our bodies still fitted perfectly together, as we promptly discovered inside one of the· cubicles, standing up, belly to belly, talking of girls and marriage and coming simultaneously.