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Roosts in his living room and then violently threatens him when he tries to make her leave In another a wife takes her husband to a city where it is women not men who are the dominant sex but was it all a hallucination when she finds herself tied to a board and dragged back to his car And in the unforgettable “Blackcurrant” two young Baboon Naja Marie Aidt Denise Newman in media res and where is this going and still don t always know care and painful but masterful and both this and The Guilty Juan Villorobrought

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Bavian author Naja Marie Aidt

Beginning in the middle of crisis then accelerating through plots that grow stranger by the page Naja Marie Aidt’s stories have a feel all their own Though they are built around the common themes of sex love desire and gender Aidt pushes them into her own desperate frantic realm In one a whore shows up unannounced at a man’s apartment In Baboon Naja Marie Aidt s stories are built around the familiar themes of sex love and desire yet there is nothing familiar about them The reader is dropped in the middle o

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Women who have turned away from men and toward lesbianism abscond to a farm where they discover that their neighbor’s son is experimenting with his own kind of sexuality The first book from the widely lauded Aidt to reach the English language Baboon delivers audacious writing that careens toward bizarre yet utterly truthful realization Cynical raw devoid of meaning Brimming with disdain for the characters A small book


10 thoughts on “Bavian author Naja Marie Aidt

  1. says:

    A GR friend persuaded me that this collection which had been on my radar for some time was still worthwhile after I was bored by at least 80% of

  2. says:

    the first work from danish poet and author naja marie aidt to appear in english translation baboon bavian collects fifteen dark yet memorable short stories aidt's brief tales are terse yet fleshed out with chara

  3. says:

    In Baboon Naja Marie Aidt’s stories are built around the familiar themes of sex love and desire yet there is nothing “familiar” about them The reader is dropped in the middle of each story the first story of the col

  4. says:

    Baboon Naja Marie Aidt Denise Newman in media res and where is this going and still don't always know care and painful but masterful and both this and The Guilty Juan Villorobrought up because read close in time and space instead of making me feel the gaps between cultures instead explodes it and introduces the t's always there universalit

  5. says:

    After reading reviews of this in the New York Times and the Los Angeles Review of Books I didn't think I would enjoy it very much From the descriptions of the plots of various stories—a woman who abuses her todder; a man who picks a perilous hike when his son's just been injured to tell his wife that he's fucking her sister—it sounded too unredemptively brutal for my taste Plus at least one review noted

  6. says:

    So I've recently realized that I have a major crush on short story collections Naja Marie Aidt's Baboon is part of this epiphany This collection is abrasive and emphasizes the dirty human read as the eclectic genetics of a hot dog soaked in bleach Within mother hates child man hates woman woman hates woman et

  7. says:

    Cynical raw devoid of meaning Brimming with disdain for the characters A small book

  8. says:

    Short stories short reviewBorn in Greenland Danish language writer Naja Marie Aidt won the Nordic Council’s Literature Prize in 2008 for this short story collection originally published as ‘Bavian’ and the translation her first work to appear in English was the recipient of the 2015 PEN Translation Prize Add to the list of ho

  9. says:

    Skip the first story or at least read past it without prejudice It caused me to hate the book at first but I read on out of commitment to my reading group and am very glad I did Some real gems there like Torben og Maria Hun gråter i

  10. says:

    I just love her short stories it's postmodern and lovely