A piece of Karl Ove´s reflections

Karl Ove Knausgaard seems to have a natural talent to not only observe and recall raw human motivations, thoughts, feelings and behaviours. He is also able to convey them in astounding detail through his writing in a simple (though energetic) manner.  The Economist in a recent article refers to My Struggle (his six volume autobiographical literary enterprise) as “the most exhaustive account of a modern life ever written”.

As I approach the end of his second book I enjoyed his reflection on the tension and unbalance between our/his “intellectual” theoretical desire to choose films that help us/him grow and the reality of our/his choices – films that  help disconnect…

KO on choosing films...
KO on choosing films…

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