EL IMPERIO DEL SOL J G BALLARD PDF

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Why, you might wonder I gave four stars to a novel that caused me so much pain? The thing with good books is that I do not have to enjoy reading them to appreciate "Wars always invigorated Shanghai, quickened the pulse of its congested streets. The thing with good books is that I do not have to enjoy reading them to appreciate art.

They liked to be cruel for the same reason, to remind themselves of the vanity of thinking that the world was anything else. Ballard is better known as a post-apocalyptic SF writer but this book is non of that. The account is not completely true but the events he added the Death March, the separation from his parents helped to make the story more dramatic and more understandable for the reader.

Although the prose is simple, sterile at some points, with lots of repetitions swarms of flies were mentioned over and over again the result is powerful and multilayered. The tone of the narrator was matter of fact, like the ordeal of the war was no big deal and in a way I believe this is the massage the author tried to convey.

Humans can adapt to anything to survive, they can overlook crimes and change their moral compass in order to get ahead, even only to get a bit more food. It is especially true for Jim, a pre-adolescent boy that is still building his personality.

Moreover, the boy developed an admiration for the Japanese, a sort of Stockholm syndrome which separated even more from his co-nationals which he considered weak.

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