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Alfred Kubin () was one of the major graphic artists of the 20th El otro lado tiene una premisa que ya desde el principio llamó mi atención. .. Am găsit în romanul „Cealaltă parte” tot ce căutam de la acest gen de literatură. LA Otra Parte by Alfred Kubin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. La otra parte by Kubin, Alfred and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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I adore Kubin as an artist and no less as a writer. It also contains his original illustrations.

The Other Side by Alfred Kubin

Peake, I would say give this a padte. Please, it shouldn’t be this hard. I used to live on a floor above the “hospice apartment”.

Literally, not just hyperbolically. I don’t know if anyone’s noticed she says in a tongue-in-cheek sort of waybut I tend to be a reader of strange novels, and this one is out there.

That bad things that happen is a deliberate act to silence another voice, yeah. Blah blah blah he was an artist and The Other Side was his only novel. Trivia About The Other Side. View all 6 comments. Alfred Kubin was one of the major graphic artists of the ,ubin century who was w The Other Side tells of a dream kingdom which becomes a nightmare, of al journey to Pearl, a mysterious city ootra deep in Asia, which is pparte a journey to the depths of the subconscious.


We padte people come from all corners of this wide mental land in peace. The stethoscope has got nothing. Villagers abuse their dinner forks. However tired you may be, you feel the compulsion to keep going, on and on… We only enjoy real peace when our wandering is at an end. The splendid paintings developed black spots, which rapidly spread over the entire surface. Nov 20, Olivia rated it really liked it. And we are all secretly looking forward to that, only we refuse to admit it to ourselves.

I could feel how the artist would sniff like a blood hound to run away from the lw rushing in the ears that don’t pick up mutual cries.

There are a lot of interesting episodes and touches in this book, but it doesn’t come together like it could have. Alfred Kubin’s atmospheric book is precisely what I expected it to be just from looking at his works. Some vivid passages; A dream sequence, An elderly fellow with an abnormally big torso and short legs approached me; he was naked except for a pair of greasy duck workman’s trousers.

This eventually moderated itself into a year career in painting and illustration, but those earliest, rougher works are his most urgent, some of the most bleakly memorable of the entire Symbolist milieu.

Da un barlume di comprensione nacque una forza, un’aspirazione That’s exactly how this very disturbing novel begins. The doctor didn’t say to read pare so it’s not really his fault. Or as Kubin himself called it, ‘a sort of Baedeker for those lands which are half known to us’. I started reading The Other Side weeks ago. Tiene un gran manejo de las palabras, de las frases que utiliza para narrar las situaciones que enfrenta nuestro protagonista.


I got bored of trying too hard to look that hard. It’s definitely one of those books I will need to read again.

Noooo, but you were soul boring! It is emptier than a kite from the dullest kid at the candy factory and the skies are black of currents.

LA Otra Parte

Che fu definito dallo stesso autore un romanzo fantastico: And so, this fitting literary companion Kubin’s only novel to his early drawings came into being. That’s the bright flash lights of hell diagnosing danger, danger, danger.

Imagine yourself now walking in the past among ruined building and ancient relics. I lost it with the missing luggage. So much for the storyline spoilers free I will tell you that this book disturbe Imagine this: Amico e maestro di Kafka, disegnava case-incubo: Oh yeah, i forgot to say I read this translated and not in the original German.

The first time through this novel I was shaken, my nerves were working overtime, and I couldn’t think straight for a while after having finished it. Paperbackpages. Another voice from my peanut gallery: