The novel "Slowness" is a story of a contagious laugh. While the author's wife reminds him of his mother's former exhortation to end the dangerous habit of laughing at everyone, the story does not bounce back. Wrapped around the axis of VIII Denon's novel No Tomorrow, the branching plot of the novel is a colorful, entertaining, original reflection on the modern world with a dizzying sense of forgetfulness and an increasingly rapidly mechanized perception of time. The novel exposes the moving stages of public struggle with the stereotypes they have developed. While West and East look at each other through a thick veil of mutual stereotypes and see nothing, Vincent and Julie, in love, decide to play a love scene instead of living their only fateful night. Not only is laughter contagious, but the transitory situations and remarks that roam the fabric of the novel regularly appear on the lips and stories of different characters, becoming an impressive creator of the postmodernist novel disintegration.
|Title in Armenian
|Միլան Կունդերա - Դանդաղություն
|Black & White
|11.5 x 17 cm
tags: dandaghutyun, dandaxutyun