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Scena 1 Io che scelgo i libri Ana li passa per vedere cosa mi sono presa Questo qui scritto in modo strano Okay, noi ci parliamo in spagnolo ma il senso quello Ovvero Fern ndez Mallo scrive un po cos Da gamberra Ah, ok.Prime 20 pagine Io che penso Non una questione che scrive da gamberra, la questione cosa sto leggendo Non capisco niente Poi ho capito.Allora, l errore principale avere una postazione che spiega a scrittura, ma non un introduzione Perch nella postfazione l autore spiega questoEste libro responde al intento de trasladar ciertos aspectos de la poes a postpo tica, que en su d a teoric , al mbito de la narrativa.L avessero messo in un introduzione, uno farebbe la met della fatica.Invece, lo han messo alla penultima pagina Cos il lettore deve andare per intuizione La mia si accesa quando sono iniziati i riferimenti a Rayuela, il romanzo di Cort zar Ho capito il senso della struttura Praticamente si tratta di alcune storie raccontate in modo frammentario prima parte al capitolo 3, la seconda all 11, per dire In mezzo ci sono 1.le storie che si concatenano 2.Citazioni di film, intervisti di musicisti, ma solo quelli cool e indie della scena 90 ovvero quelli come P.J Harvey, Bj rk, Radiohead e consimili che ormai sono mainstream , film, letteratura, manuali di samurai.L autore si bea nella citazione e nella rielaborazione colta Anche troppo Cio , alla fine diventa un esercizio onanistico, guarda quanto sono bravo, guarda quante cose so Tante, eh Ma magari anche meno, perch le tue storie, autore, dove sono Cort zar diceva che se una storia funziona deve metterti KO Ma KO nel senso che deve essere un colpo secco allo stomaco A me, invece, sono solo scese ripetutamente le palpebre.Tanto fumo, ma tanto Arrosto poco poco poco.Mai pi. [Kindle] ♹ Nocilla Experience ♓ Somewhere In Spain, Marc, An Avid Reader Of The Philips Agricultural Guide, Pegs Mathematical Formulas To Clotheslines On The Roof Of AnStorey Building In London, The Artist Jodorkovski Spends Hours Painting Tiny Vignettes On Chewing Gum Stuck To The Pavements In Miami, Harold Spends His Days Devouring Every Box Of Corn Flakes With His Ex Wife S Birthday As Its Sell By Date Meanwhile, In Corcubi N, Spain, Ant N Is Working On An Audacious Theory About The Shared Properties Of Barnacles And Hard Disks These Are Some Of The Narrative Strands That Make Up This Arborescently Structured Novel, The Second Instalment In The Nocilla Trilogy, Hailed As One Of The Most Daring Experiments In Spanish Literature Of Recent Years Featuring Walk On Parts For Julio Cort Zar During The Writing Of Hopscotch And Martin Sheen In Apocalypse Now, And Full Of References To Indie Cinema, Collage, Conceptual Art, Practical Architecture, The History Of Computers And The Decadence Of The Novel, Nocilla Experience Picks Up Where Nocilla Dream Left Off, Presenting Us With A Hidden And Exhilarating Cartography Of Contemporary Experience Josecho was a fervent practitioner of an aesthetic tendency he himself had termed transpoetic fiction , which consisted of creating hybrid artefacts somewhere between science and what is traditionally known as literature. Nocilla Experience, translated by Thomas Bunstead, is the 2nd volume of Agust n Fern ndez Mallo s Nocilla Trilogy My reviews of Part I, Nocilla Dream, and Part III, Nocilla Lab, largely cover the trilogy Given how different Dream and Lab are, it was rather disappointing to find that Experience rather repeats the format of Dream, with just a variation in theme, and also does so in a way that also doesn t particularly draw the two other parts of the trilogy together Here the literary touchpoint for the novel shifts from Borges to Julio Cort zar s Hopscotch, Julio appearing as a character in this novel who claims to have also written a Hopscotch B which concerns the mathematical concepts of open and closed balls And rather than the interstitial territories of Lab, attention here shifts to both the skins of things the only place the light reaches and also to the horizon 3 Sandra flies from London to Palma de Mallorca Barely 1 hour, the orbit of the Earth on pause She flicks through the in flight magazine, British Airways News Reports on wine production in Ribeiro and Rioja, the latest hightech architecture in Berlin, mail order Majorica pearls A tear falls onto a photo of a Caribbean beach, but the beach has not pricked it from her, and neither has the Caribbean, nor the gravity to which all tears are subject She looks out the window, looks ahead, sees neither clouds nor earth Here, the verification of something she already knew on aeroplanes, there is no horizon.I spotted one recurring character and cross reference from the world of Dream into that of Experience, the poetry of Hannah from Utah first introduced in chapter 26 of Dream, and read by Josecho in chapter 57 of Experience , which makes me think there might beor like in Rachel Cusk s recent trilogy and the name of the narrator, perhaps there is just one mention in each book See Neil s review for adetailed take and one which does bring some distinctive features of Experience although I note he two shared the relative disappointment Indeed I would go so far as to say one could safely skip this volume of the trilogy and proceed straight from 1 to 3 3 stars 2.75. Es raro dejar un libro tirado o leerlo salt ndose cap tulos, como diciendo bien, supongo que nada de lo que pase en este intersticio le va a agregar intensidad alguna a lo ya le do Llegu a la p gina 130 y dije basta Luego me fui hacia las p ginas finales y me encontr con un ap ndice que dice Proyecto nocilla responde al intento de trasladar ciertos aspectos de la poes a postpo tica, que en su d a teoric , al mbito de la narrativa 205 Sobre la postpo tica es que no se cansan de ponerle post a todo que no fue suficiente con ese informe y cenagoso concepto de postmodernidad como para que alguien m s pierda su tiempo intentando proponer sus propios non plus ultra de lo que sea , Alejandro Zambra escribe un texto interesante que no deja m s que claro que esa propuesta, para un latinoamericano que haya estudiado s lo un poco de los movimientos de vanguardias desde principios del siglo XX en adelante, no tiene absolutamente nada de sorprendente o vanguardista Es m s, lo que Fern ndez Mallo hace no es otra cosa que una saturaci n cancer gena de aditivos que podr an deleitar a un incauto lector de ciencia ficci n o a un chico de 15 que est reci n conociendo la literatura m s popZambra sobre la postpo tica This is the second installment in Mallo s trilogy which seeks to transfer certain aspects of my theory of post poetry to fiction, as he phrases it himself in the book In the first book, he calls it docu fiction Experience is as heavy as Dream, but I think he manages to combine hard science and fiction much better here than in the predecessor Very enjoyable and, despite the difficult subject matter, entertaining It s quick to read because the 112 chapters are all very short. No s qu pensar de este libro, no creo que sea la maravilla que dicen algunos, pero tampoco la mierda pinchada en un palo que dicen otros Mallo no escribe mal, pero entre tanta cita literaria, cinematogr fica , repeticiones y gui os a Cort zar, Coppola lo que realmente escribe l queda reducido a poco De todos modos, tiene buenos momentos im genes, a veces parece el gui n o el storyboard de una pel cula y al menos se arriesga, cosa que no se puede decir de la mayor parte de escritores nacionales. Experimental and heavy, but with a very special feeling to it The author fails to develop some stories to their fullest potential, but nevertheless it is the kind of book that tries to transcend and take literature to the future. The follow up to Nocilla Dream My Nutella themed review here I have never known quite what to think of Ferrero Rocher invented of course by the same person who named Nutella on one hand I have always wanted to believe that any pretension towards being a sophisticated chocolate is ironical with the much copied and heavily parodied adverts, the bling gold wrapping and the plastic tray but have never been sure that it is intended that way.I would like to think that any pretensions of this book to being serious experimental literature are also ironical with the copying of at pop interviews the writer of Jeremy and Alive thinks the best songs are 2 minutes fifty, the popular science and the odd attempts to extend on it my particular favourite was the discussion of the inclusion of dice in Ludo rendering it farcomplex for a computer to play than chess and I think there is evidence of this for example using a hollowed dice to give a meta review of the Nocilla projectin a hollow perforated dice, the chance previously incubated inside is exposed, and if not, it is anyway a dry and banal sort of chance a chance with neither force or contentOr the last words, which echoed , my own viewsAre we done Can I goBut I am not entirely sure it is intended this way NB Nocilla is a Spanish version of Nutella Nocilla Experience is volume two of a trilogy I read volume one Nocilla Dream the day before I read this one i.e I read them back to back The final instalment Nocilla Lab is due to be published in English by Fitzcarraldo Editions in January 2019 just 2 3 weeks after my reading of these first two instalments.There are some key similarities between Dream and Experience multiple short chapters, mixture of fact and fiction, non linear, multi person narratives that swirl around one another But I think the the titles are apt for the way the books feel The first book Dream has a dream like quality to it it swirls around a tree in the Nevada desert and somehow the text has a desert like atmosphere This second book feels muchreality based even though it still contains plenty of bizarre happenings.I liked the way Dream kept coming back to the tree in the desert and I liked the desert feel of the narratives In Experience, I missed both these and I have to say I didn t enjoy the book quite so much The narratives still mix together and gradually connect, but there isn t so much of a central point for them to coalesce around and the writing has a very different feel to it It is still a fascinating book to read, but somehow it lacked the magic for me I expect others to have exactly the opposite view because both books push boundaries and take their readers on a journey where what happens in your brain as you read is probablyimportant than any story being told although there really isn t a story.We meet a lot of people obsessed with things in this volume There is a man painting all the chewing gum stuck to the pavements and another man trying to eat all the corn flakes with a sell by date the same as the date of his wife s death These are just two examples One of the characters lives on a rooftop and hangs mathematical formulae on a clothes line If you have read Bolano s 2666, that will sound very familiar I highlighted it as I read it and made a note to check it out The interesting thing is that in a final section called Clarifications , Mallo says he has NOT read 2666 This is something he says is a way of confirming the fact that, whether we want to or not, in the end we all go back to the hidden threads of a literature that is outside our control.Mallo coined the term post poetry Agust n Fernandez Mallo is a physicist and writer In the year 2000 he created the term Post poetic poetry connections between literature and the sciences. see In the credits, he says that the Nocilla trilogy is a project which seeks to transfer certain aspects of my theory of post poetry to fiction.It certainly makes for fascinating and entertaining reading I should add if you like that kind of thing to the end of that sentence really as this is not everyone s idea of a good book it is very different and the ratings on Goodreads show it is not universally liked But, I think that if you can treat it as some kind of experiment in poetry, fiction and science and if you are the kind of person who likes books that suggest or hint rather than tell, then this trilogy might be for you.