Dette burde skrives i nutid

Dette burde skrives i nutid En ung kvinde bor til leje ved stationen i Glums Hver dag tager hun toget til K benhavn Hendes for ldre tror, at hun passer sit studie, men hun kommer ikke p universitetet Hun tilbringer sin tid p gader og str der og i Scala med Digter Hase.Hun skriver ogs selv, men det g r ikke s godt Der er meget, der forstyrrer Fortiden med Per Finland, for ldrene p trappetrinet og godstogene, der kommer buldrende natten igennem. Download Dette burde skrives i nutid By Helle Helle – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Dette burde skrives i nutid
  • Helle Helle
  • Danish
  • 11 November 2017
  • 8763817853

11 thoughts on “Dette burde skrives i nutid

  1. says:

    A Christmas present from my mum, who loves Helle Helle She was complaining that I didn t read enough Danish books, and Helle Helle lives in the same town as my parents, so Christmas present.But I will not read anyof Helle Helle s books Nothing happens and I don t like her writing style She writes like I did when I was 7 To show you this, here is a short resume of the book by me, in her writing style I couldn t sleep, I could hear the train, it was half past A Christmas present from my mum, who loves Helle Helle She was complaining that I didn t read enough Danish books, and Helle Helle lives in the same town as my parents, so Christmas present.But I will not read anyof Helle Helle s books Nothing happens and I don t like her writing style She writes like I did when I was 7 To show you this, here is a short resume of the book by me, in her writing style I couldn t sleep, I could hear the train, it was half past four I made breakfast, but then I didn t eat it, I went to the station There was a train, I got on it and then I jumped down just before the doors closed I went home, I had left the front door open, I wanted to clean the house, but then I ate my breakfast and fell asleep in the living room Once I dated Per, he was very nice and so were his parents Then I kissed...

  2. says:

    Well, this was boring This review pretty much sums it up But not only is this boring, it actually manages to be confusing too The main character has the same name as her aunt for a moment there, I thought we were reading about the aunt in her youth versus her 40 s , and keeps jumping back and forth in time between seemingly equally boring periods of time in her life, only demarcated b Well, this was boring This review pretty much sums it up But not only is this boring, it actually manages to be confusing too The main character has the same name as her aunt for a moment there, I thought we were reading about the aunt in her youth versus her 40 s , and keeps jumping back and forth in time between seemingly equally boring periods of time in her life, only demarcated by her increasing inertia and exchange of boyfriends She goes through a couple of different men throughout the period presented in the book All their meetings seem to go something like this Hi Hi So Ok What this little example dialogue also illustrates is how you rarely know who is saying what, something I think everyone appreciates in a good book.Amazingly, this book somehow managed to grow a little on me, so by the end, I wasn t all that annoyed I was, however, confused, not quite knowing who was who among all the bland Danish men s names mentioned here and th...

  3. says:

    The first English translation of Danish bestseller Helle Helle s works, this is the melancholy story of a young woman drifting through life Dorte Hansen, a university student, has recently moved to Copenhagen s outskirts Except she doesn t attend classes She doesn t do anything, really Insomnia lengthens her days into an eternity yet she can t summon the energy to decorate her unfurnished flat by the railway station she never even puts up curtains.A restless wanderer, she fills The first English translation of Danish bestseller Helle Helle s works, this is the melancholy story of a young woman drifting through life Dorte Hansen, a university student, has recently moved to Copenhagen s outskirts Except she doesn t attend classes She doesn t do anything, really Insomnia lengthens her days into an eternity yet she can t summon the energy to decorate her unfurnished flat by the railway station she never even puts up curtains.A restless wanderer, she fills her days with shopping trips, makeshift meals and reflections on her past not to mention a romance with the ticket office clerk Whether living with her namesake, Aunt Dorte whose story is a clever parallel , working as an au pair, or dating Per, she only repeats compulsive habits of shopping, lying and sleeping around The novel is Dorte s random scribblings from a year spent by the station Her flat first person ...

  4. says:

    First off, let me say that this was the first book in decades I bought solely because I loved the title and especially the cover Secondly, the British translation of the original Danish text has to my mind as a North American reader and writer of the language tons and tons of comma splices Like this She said we could stay as long as we liked, all we had to do was shut the door behind us I realize that what North Americans consider to be comma splices are not so strictly view First off, let me say that this was the first book in decades I bought solely because I loved the title and especially the cover Secondly, the British translation of the original Danish text has to my mind as a North American reader and writer of the language tons and tons of comma splices Like this She said we could stay as long as we liked, all we had to do was shut the door behind us I realize that what North Americans consider to be comma splices are not so strictly viewed as grammatical errors in the rest of the English speaking world, including the UK I don t understand why such funny people over there don t speak English good In any event, grammar geeks, be forewarned.Thirdly, this novel about a 19 year old Danish girl has not got a lot of story Almost nothing happens There s a little bit about her romantic life and family and that s about it It is not a plot driven novel, not by a long shot.Lastly, we don t find out that the mai...

  5. says:

    I want to give it 3 and 5 stars all at onceRead in Feb 2015 and reread 1 in Oct 2016

  6. says:

    I saw this book on Netgalley and two things drew me in about it First was the synopsis which, in its bareness, was one of the most interesting ones I had read And then there was the draw of reading something Scandinavian I had never heard of Helle Helle and I think it s a shame that the only Scandinavian literature that really makes it to the rest of Europe is its thrillers and crime novels This Should Be Written In Present Tense is an example of the kind of magnificent books we re missing o I saw this book on Netgalley and two things drew me in about it First was the synopsis which, in its bareness, was one of the most interesting ones I had read And then there was the draw of reading something Scandinavian I had never heard of Helle Helle and I think it s a shame that the only Scandinavian literature that really makes it to the rest of Europe is its thrillers and crime novels This Should Be Written In Present Tense is an example of the kind of magnificent books we re missing out on.Now, Minimalism is a hard thing to get right In art I hardly ever understand it because I want to loo...

  7. says:

    I m not sure I agree with you on that, I said, Sometimes things happen Yes, she said But that s only in reality And here we re talking about fiction The stark minimalist prose that is, I assume, Helle Helle s trademark is, I imagine, quite divisive I enjoyed it It s a story where very little happens, love affairs start and end, journeys are taken, trains are missed, incidental snippets of a life that add up to somethingOr do things just happen without mean I m not sure I agree with you on that, I said, Sometimes things happen Yes, she said But that s only in reality And here we re talking about fiction The stark minimalist prose that is, I assume, Helle Helle s trademark is, I imagine, quite divisive I enjoyed it It s a story where very little happens, love affairs start and end, journeys are taken, trains are missed, inci...

  8. says:

    Hmm So reminded me of other writers of the mundane Sally Rooney and Karl Ove Knausgaard both of whom I LOVE but Helle s story never fully grabbed my attention I read on passively despite confusion about Dorte clarification earlier than 70 pages in would have been welcome and a lukewarm feel for the book because I did like the brief chapters and the meandering writing describing Dorte s young oddball life She has some emotional issues, pretends to be in college, riding the train each day, Hmm So reminded me of other writers of the mundane Sally Rooney and Karl Ove Knausgaard both of whom I LOVE but Helle s story never fully grabbed my attention I read on passively despite confusion about Dorte clarification earlier than 70 pages in would have been welcome and a lukewarm feel for the book because I did like the brief chapters ...

  9. says:

    If you are the kind of reader who enjoyed Stoner and Knausgaard, then you ll like this If those weren t your cup of tea, I d give this a wide berth This is a very minimalist novel, where we follow a normal college girl who lives in a few different places during her time at colle...

  10. says:

    Twenty year old Dorte has just moved to Glums , renting a small cottage very close to a steadily busy railway line It is basic and cramped, but the rent is low and the location is ideally situated for an easy commute in and out of Copenhagen, where she is enrolled in college courses She spends her days boarding buses and trains but largely avoiding the campus, preferring instead to roam the streets, shopping, drinking coffee, eating and sitting around At home, she cooks the simplest possible Twenty year old Dorte has just moved to Glums , renting a small cottage very close to a steadily busy railway line It is basic and cramped, but the rent is low and the location is ideally situated for an easy commute in and out of Copenhagen, where she is enrolled in college courses She spends her days boarding buses and trains but largely avoiding the campus, preferring instead to roam the streets, shopping, drinking coffee, eating and sitting around At home, she cooks the simplest possible meals and struggles with an increasingly gripping insomnia.She is alone, partly by choice, partly because she has become lost...

  11. says:

    pff

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