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De vergankelijkheid ➶ [Reading] ➸ De vergankelijkheid By Midas Dekkers ➫ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Veel glorie is op haar best als ze aan het vergaan is Maar dan moet ze daar wel de kans voor krijgen Oude gebouwen worden meestal afgebroken voor ze aftakelen, of gerestaureerd tot slechts een modern Veel glorie is op haar best als ze aan het vergaan is Maar dan moet ze daar wel de kans voor krijgen Oude gebouwen worden meestal afgebroken voor ze aftakelen, of gerestaureerd tot slechts een modern gebouw rest Oude mensen doen zich jong voor Want iedereen wil oud worden, maar niemand wil het zijn Nieuw is mooi en jong is lekker Toch lonkt het verval Afwaarts is een berg ook mooi Schilders schilderen ru nes, toeristen fotograferen tandeloze vissers Restaureren we om het oude te behouden of proberen we de tijdelijkheid te ontduiken.

  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • De vergankelijkheid
  • Midas Dekkers
  • Dutch
  • 20 June 2017

About the Author: Midas Dekkers

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10 thoughts on “De vergankelijkheid

  1. Wesly Van Eycken Wesly Van Eycken says:

    Vlotte pen, maar weinig structuur

  2. Julia Julia says:

    Dekkers is a cantankerous, idiosyncratic Dutch biologist I wasn t sure how much of the comic effect of his book was his and how much the translator s so I watched him on YouTube, talking about climate change I don t understand Dutch but he had the audience laughing their heads off So yes, he is very funny Here is a sample of his quirky insights He is talking about how fulfillment and decay are on the same path Humans aren t harvsters We re not reapers, we re sowers We prefer preparation Dekkers is a cantankerous, idiosyncratic Dutch biologist I wasn t sure how much of the comic effect of his book was his and how much the translator s so I watched him on YouTube, talking about climate change I don t understand Dutch but he had the audience laughing their heads off So yes, he is very funny Here is a sample of his quirky insights He is talking about how fulfillment and decay are on the same path Humans aren t harvsters We re not reapers, we re sowers We prefer preparations to results Books about food aren t called food books but cook books People who cook a lot haveprestige than people who eat a lot Defecating has the lowest status He does this with almost every topic he tackles in this book, from old semen to souvenirs to immortality A very amusing, somewhat educational read

  3. Esmeralda Esmeralda says:

    Niet zo goed als alle andere boeken van Midas Dekkers Zoals altijd zijn de foto s zeer onthullen en aangezien dit boek voor een groot deel over de dood gaat, kon ik op sommige pagina s wel een waarschuwing gebruiken Een interessant boek met een mengeling tussen feiten en humor alhoewel iets minder humor dan in de andere boeken die makkelijk leest Ik heb het boek in n dag uitgelezen.

  4. Tijl Vandersteene Tijl Vandersteene says:

    A good read Zet aan tot allerhande gedachten, boeiend, ruim, vlot Interessante invalshoek en prikkelende conclusies Niet voor bekrompen geesten.

  5. Lynn Lynn says:

    This book was given to me by a friend before I left California I ve had it next to my bedside ever since, and I managed to get over halfway through the 266 page book But now I m simply closing the book for good.Here s the problem I have an overactive, morbid imagination as it is When I go to the bathroom my mind starts to wonder if a strange man with a horrible grin is hiding in my shower waiting to pounce on me with a knife So I pull back the curtain to check I m not quit sure what I d do This book was given to me by a friend before I left California I ve had it next to my bedside ever since, and I managed to get over halfway through the 266 page book But now I m simply closing the book for good.Here s the problem I have an overactive, morbid imagination as it is When I go to the bathroom my mind starts to wonder if a strange man with a horrible grin is hiding in my shower waiting to pounce on me with a knife So I pull back the curtain to check I m not quit sure what I d do if there ever was a homicidal maniac in my shower, especially if I m sitting on the toilet with my pants around my ankles not ideal for running.This book is by no means a horror novel, though It s not even a novel The author is actually a biologist The book is about life, decay, and death It s about our aversion to decay and death, event though, it s natural and all around us and even beautiful at times Decay and death can be delicious in the case of aged wine and cheese, and is even necessary for us to sustain ourselves, such as eating And this book is also about our need to prolong youth and build anew.It seems harmless, but it s often very dark And there are pictures There are pictures of dead babies and deformed bodies and worms coming out of a human carcass and animal skeletons I cannot handle this, especially before bed I am not oblivious to death and all the horrible things that can happen to people Nor am I unaware of the west s obsession with youth and all things bright, shiny, and new But I also do not need to be inundated with images of death and the doom and gloom that is in our nature and our destiny.The book is a bit interesting at times, so anyone that isn t bothered by graphic images constructed through photos or written words might really like this book

  6. Quinn Quinn says:

    I read non fiction very slowly, but I really liked this book It s not a riveting, edge of your seat thriller However, it lends so much perspective to the way I see the world and appreciate the natural course and effects of time.In today s culture, we re enthralled with the concept of new and pure, but we forget how incredible and wonderful the process of death and decay is In particular, his section on food with the controversial perspective of humans as carrion eaters, not carnivores is I read non fiction very slowly, but I really liked this book It s not a riveting, edge of your seat thriller However, it lends so much perspective to the way I see the world and appreciate the natural course and effects of time.In today s culture, we re enthralled with the concept of new and pure, but we forget how incredible and wonderful the process of death and decay is In particular, his section on food with the controversial perspective of humans as carrion eaters, not carnivores is a little over the top, but a great hyperbolic argument to change the way you appreciate what you eat as a cheese lover, it was great fun to read and share with others

  7. Ben Ben says:

    A light and engaging meditation on how we are intimately related to death and decay, often in surprising ways It s translated from the Dutch, so it s not clear how much of the odd style is the translator s and how much is Dekkers himself.

  8. Lina Lina says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Vermakelijk en amusant boek Midas Dekkers heeft ook op schrift een leuke droge humor.

  9. Albert Albert says:

    I thought this might be something like Cioran, but I was mistaken A lot of zoology with a Nordic sardonic twist Just beware what you re getting into.

  10. Eline Eline says:

    Wat schrijft die man verrukkelijk Bonus het boek heeft interessante inhoud

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