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I dislike shaving, plucking, flossing, moisturizering, but I do it all despite my dislike of forced standards. If her not-great childhood and rather cold mother is supposed to have led to Helen’s mania for her own fluids and germs, I’m not sure how Without the repetition and the deuchtgebiete numbing effect.
Whether you see Helen as a liberated free spirit or a messed up sicko will depend on how, or whether, you see the connection between her formative years and her rcohe found freedom as an eighteen year old. Feuchttgebiete it was completely unsentimental.
It was so refreshing to read something so in-your-face about the female body. The plot of Wetlands is quickly told: There really is no way that I can describe to you the lengths to which the 18 year-old Helen will to prove that she understands – and thus enjoys- sex far better than anyone who preceded her on this earth.
Jan 15, Sara feuchrgebiete it liked it Shelves: But people arguing in its defense claimed that that was the point: I loved parts of this.
So far, so good. This cnarlotte double if you are sad. I don’t understand that at all. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Yes, things can get a little gross, but its not like the main character’s behavior is completely unnatural. And suddenly all that cringe makes sense. Warum um dieses Buch nun so ein Spektakel cjarlotte wurde, kann ich in keiner Weise nachvollziehen.
So her plan revolves around getting her parents reunited in her hospital room. Aber das sollten beste Freundinnen schon hinbekommen.
Another one of them abouts women who only act up because they are lonesome something fearsome and have issues.
Feuchtgebiete by Charlotte Roche
Being sexually adventuresome is not some sort of fast-track for fem-street cred. It’s feychtgebiete really a tale, so much as a glimpse into a disturbed soul. The first chapters are a pain to read and charlotye follow as paragraphs go unconnected and different ideas and states of mind are expressed in the same paragraph.
She whiles away the time by plotting to get her divorced parents back together, sharing with the reader her many fetishes, most of which are fairly gross, and spreading her own bacteria from various intimate parts of her body around the hospital room yes, this is one of her fetishes.
For me that is, though I guess I can understand why some people had an aversion to the content. Perhaps Roche never intended to use the word “pussy” upward of 50 times: First of all, Helen is an awful character. Ich las auf literaturcafe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Not really something you want to read about. I have read many reviews in which people sing this book’s praises, calling it a triumph for the feminist movement. Honestly, I’m not sure what I expected. Charlotte Roche is playful, though. I opened ‘Wetlands’ expecting something terrible.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. For supporters it is an erotic literary classic; for critics it is cleverly marketed pornography. You cannot help but sympathise with Helen’s family predicament. I found it to be a psycological profile of a very disturbed individual with some serious mental problems.