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    ( ONLINE De Kapellekensbaan ) Author Louis Paul Boon – ishoppe.co.uk Boon herlezen blijft een deugddoend tijdverdrijf Al die mensen met hun vergeefse hoop en aspiraties dat geploeter om overeind te blijven materieel el en ideologisch tegelijk hartverwarmend en hartverscheurend Daarnaast die modernistische structuur die slechts ogenschijnlijk chaotisch is En die figuren Johan Janssens dagbladschrijver en gevelschilder de kantieke schoolmeester Tippetotje de schilderes Verplichte lectuur voor socialisten

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    ( ONLINE De Kapellekensbaan ) Author Louis Paul Boon – ishoppe.co.uk this book has everything folks if you like the celine style of european literature where characters poop and pee and say the rude wo

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    ( ONLINE De Kapellekensbaan ) Author Louis Paul Boon – ishoppe.co.uk Ik had geen idee waar ik aan begon Maar dit boek is anders dan alle andere boeken Ik moest er even aan wennen maar toen werd ik ook wel meegezogen in het leven aan de Kapellekensbaan De woorden 'bijzonder' en 'origineel' doen dit boek te kort maar het was in ieder geval een hele fijne ervaring om dit boek te kunnen lezen

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E Kapellekensbaan De woorden bijzonder En Origineel Doen Dit Boek origineel doen dit boek ort maar het was in ieder geval een hele fijne ervaring om dit boek te unnen lezen In de stad van 2 fabrieken waar het altijd regent groeit de leine Ondine op die zichzelf een groots leven beschoren ziet Ze wil Personnel Management in Government koste watost haar verarmde burgerlijke gezin ontvluchten en op zwier gaan met de libertijnse en encyclieke rijkeluizen Wat volgt is een coming of ageverhaal in een gehucht waar geruchten waarheid zijn en geloof bijgeloof Ondinekes levenswandel wordt afgewisseld met hoekjes die de dagbladschrijver johan janssens het alter ego van Boon zelf schrijft over de Reinaertstof Als derde laag zien we de schrijver #Boon Het Materiaal Voor Zijn #het materiaal voor zijn over de Kapellekensbaan verzamelen We "bevinden ons in een zeitgeist waar jenever nog aangelengd werd met "ons in een zeitgeist waar jenever nog aangelengd werd met en waar het socialisme overal als een bonte serviet op tafel ligt Of zoals het in de roman zelf heet links zeer links en ultramarxistisch In het algemeen Out of This World kent de Kapellekensbaan een vrijlassieke expositie Experiment is meer te vinden in de intermedialiteit die dit werk ondertekent schema s pijlen driehoeken Ook de spelling is lichtjes anarchistisch te noemen Toch al met al geen moeilijkheden om dit meesterwerk te doorworstelen Voornamelijk de passages over Boons redactionele leven zijn anno 2016 nog zeer genietbaar Boon herlezen blijft een deugddoend tijdverdrijf Al die mensen met hun vergeefse hoop en aspiraties dat geploeter om overeind te blijven materieel el en ideologisch tegelijk hartverwarmend en hartverscheurend Daarnaast die modernistische structuur die slechts ogenschijnlijk chaotisch is En die figuren Johan Janssens dagbladschrijver en gevelschilder de The Time It Never Rained kantieke schoolmeester Tippetotje de schilderes Verplichte lectuur voor socialisten Zo wat een boek Het is niet het meest leesbare boek en leukan ik het ook zeker niet noemen maar goed is het welIn deze roman in een roman volgen we anti heldin Ondineke die het niet lukt haar dromen waar te maken en we volgen de auteur zelf Je verliest je vertrouwen in de mens in hun rationele vermogens en in de samenleving Het is maatschappijkritiek waar je cynisch en toch ook best verdrietig van wordt En dat maakt het wel een goed boek Wat een boek Het is een wilde rit die je literatuurbeleving helemaal omgooit Elk boek dat je hierna leest is niet De Kapellekensbaan Zo simpel is het Elk ander boek is een saaie rechtlijnige vertelling met een onzichtbare verteller met weinig metaliteratuur Zelfs als dat niet zo is blijf je toch boeken vergelijken met deze roman die geschreven is als een uip mortel die van een stelling valt en daar bijzonder goed in slaagt Zelfs nu nog Once again the world has proven to me that their is still much to be found in it I d never heard of Louis Paul Boon before noticing Summer of Termuren when it arrived at the store a few weeks ago SOT looked like the ind of book I normally get excited about First half of the 20th century gloom and doom idealism being destroyed by the waves of history that ind of thing I was about to buy the book when I saw that it was the follow up to this novel so I had to pick it up first It s just wrong to read books out of order This book is set sometime in the 19th century it s also set sometime following the second World War The book alternates between the writing of the story of Termuren in the 19th century at the dawn of Socialism and in the present day the book being written in the 1950 s as an author named Boon tries to write the novel about Chapel Road Since this isn t confusing enough already for me to write I ll add that also in N1 N1 being used to designate the story of a writer Boon and his friends as opposed to N2 which is the story the writer Boon is writing within the novel N there is a running fable of sorts that s a take off of the poem Reynard the Fox In N1 the characters are living in a Socialist state In N2 the characters are living in pre socialism and the ideas of Socialism are eual to godlessness in the eyes of most of the people In both of these settings there is a poverty of real life present and the book is in a sense a setting up of why did Socialism fail or maybe why is it still basically the same society but under a different nameI m failing miserably I can t describe this book easily It s wonderfully post modern and possibly the first post modern novel with it s self reflexive storytelling Reading this novel isn t for everyone I can imagine people finding it boring and it s not really until you start to think about the different stories and characters in particular relations that aren t spelled explicitly by the author that new and wonderful dimensions open up Maybe once I read SOT I ll be able to write a better description of this novel The only thing I guess I can really say is that this novel is definitely worth reading and once again I have Dalkey to thank for putting back into print an amazing piece of literature that probably would have never crossed my path if it hadn t been for them. Altijd regent zelfs als de zonne schijnt' Maar zij verliest In een onstuitbaar relaas verhaalt Louis Paul Boon van haar ondergang en het overal voelbare verval om haar he. Assuming you now the plotsThough the rambling style sometimes had me tuning out "It Was Never For "was never for enough to really get me annoyed and often another gorgeously simple insight would follow the lull and make me forget I d been momentarily boredThe novel takes you on the the intimate journey of writing the book you care about and fail to be satisfied about either during or after Simultaneously you re in a personal storm of ideological shifts and insecurity something that for me was personally relevant and dare I say catharticAs a Fleming I was also inspired by the bold decision to have the grossest dullest truest and most historically relevant bits of life take place in what is basically the author s own streetOf course it s impossible to talk about this book without mentioning Boon s use of language which can seem uite banal He often avoids precise vocabulary and goes for phrases like you now the thing that does the thing where But he avoids the elegant custom of varied vocabulary instead choosing a interesting approach An illustrative example Ondine at one point is nailed to the railway berm I believe This is not a common expression in DutchFlemish for having sex fyi And it s not just a creative way of describing the act it s the precise word any character who spreads the rumor uses In this way the voice of the community is uite forcefully brought to the fore but the author nowhere actually rises above it He describes things in exactly the same way they doPerhaps this is what makes the novel stick I was reminded of Houellebec who seems to revel in his intellectual outsider position and the corresponding typical sneering at the naive leftwingers Boon and his author character on the other hand is in agony over his incapacity to be accepted by or to accept for that matter the only political forces he thought might bring about positive change for Belgian workers Intellectual honesty and curiosity and a refusal to dedicate his craft to the needs of the cause which he describes at some point as refusing to paint a skeleton dressed in potato sacks outside the closed gates of a factory meant he couldn t ever be a true insider in any ind of marxist or even left wing organisation But he becomes anything but reactionary rather remaining in a frustrated and undefinable middle ground without ever getting comfortable there It could be argued that what he was left with was a most banal form of cynicism but I m not too sure Perhaps I have to read part 2 of the anarchist bible to find out this book has everything folks if you like the celine style of european literature where characters poop and pee and say the rude words and peasants are covered in mud all day then its got lots of that but if you like metafictional books where the author and his friends talk about the book he s writing in the book and about how novels should be written and how modernity is a nightmare then it s got that too wow also you get some stuff about the failure of reformist belgian socialism and some funny picaresue retellings of reynard the fox stories pretty impressive for a book that s not uite 350 pages long some uotesOh be uiet music master you say you make me think of those solemn nowall never erring modern critics it s all very well for them to say that an author writing about life must weight this and think of that and must add a pinch of pepper and salt nutmeg and cinnamon no sorry I m wrong that s an omelet recipe and these critics can or less be compared to the tragic case of a baby being thrown away by mistake and the afterbirth being put in the cradle But the most tragic of all is that they have come to see this error as the normal situation and want to pass their inadeuate grocer s mentality on the conceiving pregnant and birthgiving writer No sooner had the socialist band gone past then people hesitantly peered out of their doors vapeur swore by heaven and hell that he d seen them that he d talked to them but no one would believe him They wondered whether that band had gone past the chapel without making the sign of the cross zulma came outside and shouted that they hadn t gone past but that they d flown overhead with a terrible scream The people crossed themselves and wondered what was in store for them a young mother with a child on her arm burst out sobbing without nowing what she was doing a peasant joined them he d come all the way from his fields and looked back at his fallow land as if he was wondering whether it was worth tilling the soil any now that the world was going to perish anyway Vapeur looked at them and daren t utter his unbelief so it was the same as usual again that he and only he had seen them and had talked to them he had to conclude that they were people like any others and that therefore all the things these stupid blockheads imagined were fantasyLet me tell you about an old office clerk who s been working in the ministry for over 30 years but always as a temporary clerk for 30 years he s been temporary and for 30 years he s been waiting fo. De levensgeschiedenis van een arbeidersmeisje ten tijde van de opkomst van het socialisme in Belgie͏̈ De Kapellekensbaan vertelt over de brutale en sluwe Ondineke Bosman.

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R his permanent appointment and then comes the medical examination showing that he s got something the matter with him maybe also a heart that isn t altogether normal and he s therefore unmasked as if he were a bandit or a swindler for 30 years he s been working in the ministry and now he has the temerity to have something the matter with him to have a disease So he s not appointed that ll teach him But he s allowed to stay on as a temporary clerk He s allowed to stay till he gets the retirement pension of a mere temporary clerk who was unmasked as a sick man by medical "Examination And So They Ll "And so they ll able to punish him by not paying him the higher pension of permanent clerks and he will have no right to certain advantages to which others have a right haha we ve caught a will have no right to certain advantages to which others have a right haha we ve caught a sucker a little sick sucker in a trap The Darkness Of Our Own Frightened Hearts Reading Chapel Road in Brussels Louis Paul Boon writesFrom your open attic window you can see no man s wood being painted red by the sinking sun and you hear msieu colson of the ministry s melancholy sheep bleating one last time before it disappears behind the stable door and then you push your papers aside and go downstairs just when the music master opens the door and together with his pretty wife lucette lets a little of that late red sunshine enter He shakes his head in his music master s way and you hear him sayI suppose you ve been poring over your papers up there in your attic writing about the world of today well I ve misunderstood so many books already and I Gods and Heroes know that all there is to say has already been said I m not even talking now of ecclesiastes of the faust writers or the mad actor of hamlet no please don t interrupt me let me go on do you really think that up in that attic of yours you re going to gather greater wisdom than lao tse or can you be surrealist erotic simple minded than the songs of maldoror Will you sound human depths and heights deeply and highly than the demons in the brothers Karamazov will you chase time outside time and space ferociously than proust or will you whip life within time and space grimly that in the voyage au bout de la nuit Will you be any better in depicting modern derailed man in a crooked society in his true condition as living and thinking animal than lady chatterley s love Can you play with words soberly than Lenin naturalistically than zola symbolically than the bible Can you possibly be solemn and infallible than the pope in rome fabulously immoral than the Arabian nights heavenly than the imitation of christ subtle and cunning that the reynard of william who created madoc tragic rustic than nivardus isengrinus And can you be modernly mangily unbelieving than tropic of Capricorn or romantically miserable than the sprawl of suburbiaAnd when you hear the music master fall silent and see him press his lips together you reply maybe it is impossible to say anything new and better but the dust of time falls on everything that has been written and so I think it s right if every ten years someone else draws a line through all those old things and describes the world of today in different words Almost unknown outside of the Flemish part of Belgium this certainly is one of the great novels in Dutch language a real rough diamond Published in 1953 it introduced multi perspectivism and a reflection on the writing process in Dutch literature so it was aind of postmodern novel avant la lettre But internationally it remained under the radar because of the relative lateness of postmodernism in this language area and because of the specific locally focussed aspects of the novel Various issues are touched upon in this book but the process of writing and the relation between literature and reality are pivotal Louis Paul Boon writes about himself struggling to write a story about a local girl Ondineke While writing various voices comment on the story everyone sees something else in it and some even write their own versions frustrated by the critics the writer frantically tries to get some coherence in it but it s a lost battle Boon has drenched all this in abundant irony to make it digestible and in that he certainly succeedsChapel Road not only is remarkable because of its multi faceted structure but also because of its imaginative style As always Boon s use of the Dutch language is vulgar and flawed bad punctuation incorrect grammar foul language and general use of Flemish dialect but this is all intended by the author to give the novel its own local flavour and character I have my doubts this is transferable in translation even Dutch readers from the Netherlands have a difficult time to appreciate the special style of Boon And though it contains some real gems the ingenious writing process at times gets a bit boring Nevertheless I read this 25 years ago and had a wonderful time with it 35 stars Ik had geen idee waar ik aan begon Maar dit boek is anders dan alle andere boeken Ik moest er even aan wennen maar toen werd ik ook wel meegezogen in het leven aan S die haar vlechtjes haar borstjes en haar charme in de strijd gooit om hogerop te omen en te ontsnappen aan het grauwe bestaan in 'de stad van de twee fabrieken waar het. 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