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I’d love to watch someone try and get through this without any context as to what it is. View all 10 comments. Son de esos libros que solo podes pretender que te sorprendan porque en un principio no sabes que esperar de ellos y es grato cuando cuentan con este elemento de genialidad en ellos.
As is always the case with books in Originally written in Italian by an Argentinian writer, this is a book of fake capsule biographies of people who had highly unusual, idiosyncratic, and often just plain stupid ideas. Muy entretenido y recomendable. But its plainness works against it, too.
The Temple of Iconoclasts
Un secadero de tabaco destinado a secar humanos con el objetivo de rehidratarlos en el futuro. To view it, click here. Quick and fast paced narration.
This is a record of surreal patents filed by the title character, like the oddly enchanting “bicycle with slightly elliptical wheels to mimic the pleasant gait of a horse”.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Maybe the next one will be more interesting. Quanto a avventure, una volta gli era capitato di rimanere incastrato in ascensore per due ore e mezzo, e infatti questo episodio riappariva spesso nei suoi romanzi, persino in quello di ambiente tonchinese, La belva della Cocincina ; ma sapeva di non poterlo spremere all’infinito.
Wilcock doesn’t aim for broad humour here, and he avoids a sarcastic tone: Deniss rated it liked it Dec 10, An interesting read and impressive blending of fiction and scientific narration.
J. Rodolfo Wilcock
Non le ho lette tutte, alcune 2 le ho saltate quando la percezione della perdita di tempo superava il godimento nella lettura. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Originally written in Italian sinaogga an Argentinian writer, this is a book of fake capsule biographies of people who had highly unusual, idiosyncratic, and often just plain stupid ideas.
They are mostly attempts to explain in tedious detail the imagined theories of Wilcock’s maverick characters, who are often left of field inventors, tweakers or otherwise technically-inclined rejects.
La sinagoga de los iconoclastas by Juan Rodolfo Wilcock (2 star ratings)
It keeps the reader outside of the book, putting the reader in a clinica Wilcox slyly laments somewhere in this book I forgot to note the page number that a plain writing style is always overlooked, even though it is more difficult to pull off than a flashy or showy style. Qui Wilcock confina a sud con Borges e a nord con la Patafisica.
Books by Juan Rodolfo Wilcock. In apparenza una divertente galleria di ritratti di personaggi del tutto fuori di testa. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to ask a question about The Temple of Iconoclasts.
Tellingly, they can hardly be differentiated from the invented figures. Gianleo rated it it was ok Aug 26, Credo ne valga la pena.
L’apparecchio di sua invenzione consiste di due eliche di ottone incastrate in modo che, lentamente girando ciascuna intorno all’altra e dentro l’altra, dimostrano l’esistenza di Dio. There is more than a taste of ‘pataphysics in the way Wilcock invests himself so entirely in delineating taut complexes of theory that teeter on the precipice of absurdist nonsense.
Wilcock would later refer to the three as a constellation and the Trinity, which helped him elevate from what he called a “grey existence”. A voi il Ninguna tiene un destino: Orne rated it liked it Jul 28, But there are reasons. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Otherwise, an enjoyable, whimsical, inventive book that has a whiff of magic to it and influenced two favorite writers — the sort of thing that makes you want to write, that opens doors in the dark corridors of your cranium.
Qualcuno sostiene invece una versione completamente diversa dei fatti: In Wilcock undertook the self-publication of two collections of poetry: