Intet



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Danish writer and essayist Austro German origin.Educated as a macroeconomist, Janne Teller worked for the United Nations and the European Union in resolving conflicts and humanitarian issues around the world, especially in Africa She began writing fiction full time since 1995 She has lived in various parts of the world, such as Brussels, Paris, Copenhagen, Bangladesh, Tanzania and Mozambique No

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  • Hardcover
  • 181 pages
  • Intet
  • Janne Teller
  • Hungarian
  • 17 July 2018

10 thoughts on “Intet

  1. karen says:

    the beginning part of this book reminded me of my very favorite part in john gardner s grendel, where two characters are ass kickingly fighting,but also having a philosophical debate at the same time this starts out like that, only with less howling this is teen fiction, so the weapons being pelted are plums, and everyone gets to keep their arms for now , but that doesn t mean this is sweet valley high there will be blood and sacrifice and deep dark nihilism in these 13 year olds before we are through.this is my favorite type of story, where kids revert to savagery when they are put into an isolating situation in this case, it is emotional isolation rather than physical, lord of the flies style, but it is serious.quick plot summary tho i hate to do it 7th grade class, one kid realizes that nothing means anything and so climbs a tree and stays there for months, shouting his newfound beliefs and infuriating the rest of the kids in his class they decide to prove to him that life has meaning they begin to accumulate a pile of meaning , willingly giving up what matters to them in order to prove him wrong, because he is starting to get into their heads and cause doubt but who wants to give up the thing that matters most to them, at thirteen and what kid is going to allow his classmate to cheat and give up something lesser, while hoarding their treasures so they begin choosing for each other,...

  2. Emily May says:

    You ll find out you re a clown in a trivial circus where everyone tries to convince each other how vital it is to have a certain look one year and another the next And then you ll find out that fame and the big wide world are outside of you, and that inside there s nothing, and always will be, no matter what you do I have been saving this book for years It s one of those books that had enough glowing reviews and literary accolades to make me almost certain I would like it Not only that, but it is about the subject of existential nihilism which, frankly, fascinates me and has for a long time I m rather inclined to believe the world is meaningless or at the very least has a certain abstract meaning that is defined by individual perspective and experience So, really, Nothing had me at the premise But it just didn t deliver for me.I can see some of the attraction it s a complex book that once again proves YA doesn t have to be shallow or lacking in literary value It demands that you step outside of your normal mode of thinking and ask yourself questions is everything pointless Can meaning be found anywhere If nothing matters, is it better to just do nothing It all starts when Pierre Anthon stands up in the ...

  3. Franco Santos says:

    Libro aceptable pero que se queda corto no va m s all de lo mediocre y conocido Recomendado, pero solo para pasar el rato No aporta nada.

  4. jesse says:

    just this week i was riding the bus on my way to school and as i was sitting there and pondering about life aren t i the intellectual , i noticed this guy who was sitting in the row in front of me, who was doing something with his hands he couldn t seem to stop his nervous gestures so i looked of course i looked dude was scratching on practically every exposed skin surface on his body he generously liberated his ears from earwax picked his nose as if there was no tomorrow rubbed his eyes till they were red ran his fingers through his hair, yanking some in the process a minute ticked away ten minutes a solid hour passed he did not stop and i tried desperately not to see anything out of th...

  5. Mike Mullin says:

    Buy two copies Burn one and keep the ashes in a matchbox on your desk You ll want the second to reread.A fearlessly written novel Every time I turned the page, I thought is the author really going to go there And then she did.I m adding it to my list of all time favorite books Not because I liked...

  6. Allie says:

    Most of the time I was dying for this twisted book to end, and the other parts were when I was eerily fascinated by the utter creepiness that was going on in the last half of the book Anyways, the review Nothing is about a group of 7th grade kids, trying to prove that there is meaning in life One of their ex classmates has challenged this view, and they re desperate to prove him wrong As the story goes on, each in turn forces another to give up something that means a lot to them As this novel continues, the objects become a lot sinister Honestly, I was creeped out by this Not a good creeped out, but the creeped out that while reading, I kept thinking This is awful Make it stop, make it stop I didn t necessarily care for the plot, but the writing style was good and it was an interesting concept Like I mentioned before, eerily fascinating The first part that positively annoyed me was the translation It was awkward, and broken It didn t flow right, and it pissed me off.Another issue I had was the characters weren t interesting or likeable at all I thought they were awful And it was also positively horrible that I learned essentially nothing about the main character, Agnes, who s name I couldn t remember at all throughout the entire book It may be mentioned poss...

  7. Elyse Walters says:

    ZERO STARS. less than ZERO Shame on this author This book is creepy creepy creepy Disturbing and irritating NOTE I would NEVER suggest this book for ANYONE of ANY age to read I read a few reviews who wrote SPOIL ALERT before writing of what they had to say However, nothing they could say would spoil this book any than its ALREADY SPOILED I could tell you every little ugly nasty yucky detail about this book in 5 minutes if you are really THAT curious ask me if you need to know but don t waste your time or money supporting this book That is MY STRONG OPINION I know I m just one person here but I feel VERY STRONG about this I have no problem with the concept the philosophical question of whether life has meaning or not by 7th grade kids I think its a little silly for adults to debate this question but this book can t handle this question without manipulation shock you to keep reading YUCK YUCK YUCK but this book offers NOTHING of VALUE The BEST part of the book is the title NOTHING REALLY the author sho...

  8. Greg says:

    On the first day of seventh grade one kid realizes that nothing matters He stands up, leaves and starts spending his days sitting in a plum tree and jeering at his former classmates about the meaningless of everything His classmates are not happy with him Displeased Angry Furious The plot sounds kind of like Calvino s Baron in the Trees, another tale about a boy in a tree that annoys people just by his being in the tree The kid in Nothing doesn t live in the tree though, he just spends his days there But he does spend it with, say I use this word , evangelical spirit of letting other people in on the truth he has found The jacket copy and some reviews talk about this book as being like Lord of the Flies It s not Except that kids do revert to a sort of savagery, but it s a different kind of savagery in place here Lord of the Flies is about the flimsy constructs of civilization and how easily it is to Fall into a natural state of savagery It s like a big fuck you opps I just cursed in a children s review to Rousseau and his noble savage When these kids go all savage their fury isn t because they have stepped been thrown, to appropriate a Heideggarian term, which is ok since this novel is existential in many ways to a...

  9. TheBookSmugglers says:

    Original review posted on The Book Smugglers HEREWarning This review contains spoilers Do not read if you don t want to know what happens You have been warned Nothing is an award winning book including an ALA Printz Honor and has received tons of very positive reviews but it wasn t until John Green raved about it on Twitter a few months ago that I decided to buy it A few weeks ago in the middle of a reading slump, I looked at the book, it looked back at me, and I thought surely this is a safe bet, all things considered Well, that only goes to show how much reading is like a box of chocolates you never know what you going to get I didn t like this book at all.The story is set in a small town in Denmark and it starts this one day when 13 year old Pierre Anthon stands up in the middle of the classroom and says Nothing matters I have known that for a long time So nothing is worth doing I just realised that.He then leaves school to sit in a plum tree from where he taunts the other students day after day with things like Everything begins just in order to end The moment you were born you began to die, and that goes for everything else as well.The students grow uneasy about what Pierre is telling them What if Pierre is right and nothing has meaning So his classmates decide to show him that things do mean something and set out to build a pile of meaning to show him They start working at this closed mill, where they star...

  10. Ivan Hadzhiev says:

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