[PDF / Epub] ✅ A Living Soul ⚣ P.C. Jersild – Turboville.co.uk

A Living Soul . This book gave me chills Especially the ending The story pulls you in and has you suspending your disbelief at roof level, which gives it impact Or maybe that s just me This was my first ever brain in a jar book I found it among my mother s books when I was about 12 so that probably a huge part of why it struck such a cord with me.That said, the fact that this story revolves around and explores the consequences of being a body less brain instead of most works where they tend to be util This book gave me chills Especially the ending The story pulls you in and has you suspending your disbelief at roof level, which gives it impact Or maybe that s just me This was my first ever brain in a jar book I found it among my mother s books when I was about 12 so that probably a huge part of why it struck such a cord with me.That said, the fact that this story revolves around and explores the consequences of being a body less brain instead of mo Jersild is not one of my favourite authors He writes in a pretty boring manor, and I prefer to read books by other authors Yes, there are worse writers, hence the 4 stars. A Living Soul is narrated by a human brain, called Ypsilon, suspended in water The science is flawed, which can be forgiven, as the novel is a product of the 1980s, but what can t be is the greasy feeling leftover from its observations Is this the future of science Breaking down the human body into parts to observe, examine, and then harvest Moreover, does this future of science mean leaving behind emotion and passion, as indicated by the final experiment on Ypsilon The novel is uncomforta A Living Soul is narrated by a human brain, called Ypsilon, s Decidedly odd, this book is the first person narrative of a brain who has had his body amputated except for one eye and two ears Wonderfully imaginative, slightly cynical and strangely compelling overall. Skoluppgift Jag tycker att den r l ngtr kig men tror det r f r att jag inte l ser den h r typen av b cker Hela boken r skriven ur en hj rnas perspektiv och den h r hj rnan ligger i ett akvarium Jag vet inte riktigt vad jag ska s ga om slutet men det funkar v ll, men hade definitivt kunna A disembodied brain tells its story in first person. moves at a good pace, concise. Oi kui hea see oli L bus ja t sine, m tlemapanev ja ajuvaba Pun intended, sest peategelaseks ongi laboris elav aju ning raamat, mis tiirleb aju mber, ei saa ometi ajuvaba olla Kui midagi ette heita, siis seda, et l pp tuli liiga kiiresti Aga eks iga hea asi saa kskord otsa. The Protagonist Of This Mild Satire Is A Human Brain Floating In An Aquarium The Bodiless Ypsilon, Expected To Be An Unemotional Intellect, Feels Lonely Beause He Is Lovesick Over A Pretty Lab Assistant, Ypsilon Chooses Not To Respond To Elaborate Educational Regiments With The Aid Of A Chimpanzee And A Detached Human Hand, He Makes Detailed Plans For An Impractical Escape Amusing And Phantasmagoric Publishers Weekly Thanks To Lesser , Ypsilon Has Become As Convincing And Many Facetted To The English Speaking Audience As He Is To His Swedish Readers, And The Ethical And Wider Human Problems Posed By His Situation Have Become Just As Urgent Swedish Book Review.


About the Author: P.C. Jersild

Per Christian Jersild, better known as P C Jersild, is a Swedish author and physician He also holds an honorary doctorate in medicine from Uppsala University, and another one in engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology.


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