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Dating Without Kundera One of the terrors of dating is Milan Kundera, and specifically, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, the sexually-transmitted book that this Czech-born author has inflicted on a generation of American youth.
I fully recognize the important role of the dating book, that is, the carefully selected work you lend a prospective lover sometime in the golden honeymoon period between your second cup of coffee together and the first time you spend a night in the same bed without touching.
I happen to like prominent noses, but if you are having real difficulties then fall back on the drawings by her buddy Modigliani. Venedikt Erofeef A first-person celebration of the Russian national pasttime, alcoholism, as narrated by an inebriated passenger riding a rickety suburban train to see his girlfriend and her young son.
Something unusual is a plus, as are lots of sexy bits, to serve as a reminder of the animal fires that burn within.
And since you don't yet know one another too well, you try to choose a shotgun of a book that fires a wide pattern, thematically speaking.
And every twenty pages the story steps outside for a cigarette so that the author can deliver a short philosophical homily.
Kundera has a sterile, cleanroom writing style meant to suggest that he is a surgeon expertly dissecting the human condition before your eyes, but if you look a little more closely, you see he's just performing an autopsy on a mannequin. This is particularly galling given the A-team of Slavic authors just waiting to get their chance in the American dating ring, authors who've written funny, sexed-up books of great literary merit and philosophical depth that are fun to read no matter the mental wattage at your disposal.