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Read online Et Hjertegribende Værk Af Overvældende Genialitet streaming Et Hjertegribende Værk Af Overvældende Genialitet Dave Eggers is a terrifically talented writer don t hold his cleverness against him What to make of a book called i A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius Based on a True Story i For starters there s a good bit of staggering genius before you even i get i to the true story including a preface a list of Rules and Suggestions for Enjoyment of This Book and a page acknowledgements section complete with special mail in offer flow chart of the book s themes and a lovely pen and ink drawing of a stapler helpfully labeled Here is a drawing of a stapler p But on to the true story At the age of Eggers became both an orphan and a single mother when his parents died within five months of one another of unrelated cancers In the ensuing sibling division of labor Dave is appointed unofficial guardian of his year old brother Christopher The two live together in semi squalor decaying food and sports equipment scattered about while Eggers worries obsessively about child welfare authorities molesting babysitters and his own health His child rearing strategy swings between making his brother s upbringing manically fun and performing bizarre developmental experiments on him Case in point his idea of suitable bedtime reading is John Hersey s i Hiroshima i p p The book is also perhaps less successfully about being young and hip and out to conquer the world in an ironic media savvy Gen X way naturally In the early s Eggers was one of the founders of the very funny i Might Magazine i and he spends a fair amount of time here on i Might i the hipster culture of San Francisco s South Park and his own efforts to get on to MTV s i Real World i This sort of thing doesn t age very well but then Eggers knows that There s no criticism you can come up with that he hasn t put into i A H W O S G i already The book thereafter is kind of uneven he tells us regarding the contents after page and while that s true it s still uneven in a way that is funny and heartfelt and i interesting i p p All this self consciousness could have become unbearably arch It s a testament to Eggers s skill as a writer and to the heartbreaking particulars of his story that it doesn t Currently the editor of the footnote and marginalia intensive journal i McSweeney s i the last issue featured an entire story by David Foster Wallace printed tinily on its spine Eggers comes from the most media saturated generation in history so much so that he can t feel an emotion without the sense that it s already been felt i for i him What may seem like postmodern noodling is really just Eggers writing about pain in the only honest way available to him Oddly enough the effect is one of complete sincerity and especially in its concluding pages this memoir as metafiction is affecting beyond all rational explanation i Mary Park i p