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Sinine Pekk

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  302 ratings  ·  16 reviews
Siber, 21. sajandi keskpaik. Rangelt salajases laboratooriumis tegelevad teadlased koletisliku eksperimendiga: kloonivad vene kirjandusklassikuid. Protsessi käigus ladestub kirjanike kehasse mõistatuslikku substantsi - sinist pekki, igavese energia allikat. Seda imelikku pekki tahavad endale saada mitu sekti, kuid aja- ja ruumitrikkide vahendusel satub see lõpuks stalinist ...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published 2002 by Hotger (first published 1999)
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J.j. Metsavana
"Sinise peki" algus annab suurepärase aimduse, milline võib tänapäevane skype logi paista näiteks mõnele 19 sajandi inimesele - totaalselt arusaamatu loomulikult. Saan aru ka miks pole paljud kamraadid seda teost suutnud läbi pureda, see algus on ikka niivõrd segane, ebanaljakas ning laest võetud lühendeid täis pikitud, et lugeja kannatus peab olema terasbetoonist.

Pressisin siis hambad kõvemini kokku ja lugesin edasi. Lootes ehk on algus vaid pähkli kest, mille katkihammustamise järel premeerita
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Satenik
I’ve been meaning to read one of Sorokin’s books for a long time, to understand what’s the big fuss. In a week I’m having a literature exam (Modern Russian Literature), so I had a chance to finally read the Goluboje Salo (Blue Lard).

This book is a great example of total chaos, lack of structure and senselessness.
It’s about the blue lard - a matter produced by great writers. The lard is very rare and expensive and the Community of Earthfuckers (pardon me, I didn’t invent that)) - Общество Землеё*
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Katya
Не мое однозначно. Но сделано интересно. Роман, конечно, довольно провокационный(впрочем, каким и должен быть постмодернисткий роман), однако это вовсе не делает его "плохим"...
Staren
I have read previously only “Норма” by Владимир Сорокин (back in 2006), and I was very excited about it. Yes, from the very first sight I was already in love with this author and believed that he just cannot write bad books. Nevertheless, afterwards I somehow have never tried to read anything else written by him: I suppose this was not because I was afraid to become disappointed, but rather because I was already in love with him, and did not feel any urge “to explore more.”

For me, “Голубое сало”
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Almaz
У Сорокина всё так. Мне показалось, что ему очень хотелось каким-то образом показать, что он умеет писать как Чехов, как Достоевский и прочие хорошие авторы. Но очень сложно их просто опубликовать, вот так, как какие-то странные пародии. Пришлось ему городить всю эту историю. Правда, через некоторое время история уходит в другое измерение. Тут нас ждут сильные каннибалистическо-гомосексуальные сцены. Читать это тоже непонятно зачем, но уж очень захватывающе. Безусловно, русская литература остане ...more
Niclas
Still not sure what actually happened in this book but it's so weird I have to like it.
Zmeika
The only ever book that made me feel nausea while reading!
Anton Daneyko
Помню как показывал отрывки своему деду и он сказал, что это паралитература, т.е. недолитература. Мне было интересно. Таких книг я прежде не читал.
Jay
One of the strangest books I read, but once you 'understand how it works' it's almost fun.. Well, definitely interesting book.
Kakanier
Lustig, aber Skatologisch. Fällt in dieselbe Klasse wie "Lebt in Moskau!", dass ich hier leider nicht finden kann.
Na Ta
Teško i smješno, al skroz!!!
Fala Tini na strpljenju. Moram je imat... Valjda zato nije htjela od mene nikud...
fishcrap cipal
not sure what have i just read. some good parts though.
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Vladimir Sorokin was born in a small town outside of Moscow in 1955. He trained as an engineer at the Moscow Institute of Oil and Gas, but turned to art and writing, becoming a major presence in the Moscow underground of the 1980s. His work was banned in the Soviet Union, and his first novel, The Queue, was published by the famed émigré dissident Andrei Sinyavsky in France in 1983. In 1992, Soroki ...more
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