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A real free spirit. While other reviewers have dismissed this book as a hhumedas novel which it is pretty grossI found quite a bit of merit in it.

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I think it takes a certain amount of empathy to understand that this is not just a gross-fest. Humping, however, is far too pedestrian a word for what happens in Wetlands ; in fact,it’s the sort of polite term at which Helen, the narrator and our heroine, would turn up her noise in disgust before sticking that nose right into a stranger’s ass. I actually lifted my hungover body off the couch to immediately drive to a bookstore.

It’s a disgusting chharlotte mess and you know you shouldn’t look at it, but you can’t help it.

Meiner Meinung ein Buch mit einem unglaublich hohen verschenktem Potenzial. I liked it very much indeed.

Charlotte Roche: Feuchtgebiete (2008)

To view it, click here. No se trata en absoluto de un juicio de valor, pero que un personaje decida despreciar las convenciones de la higiene para hacer de ellas un supuesto rasgo de individualidad me parece descabellado. Also ist das nur eine andere Thematik des Ekels, mit ein bisschen Menschlichkeit vermixt, sodass man den Hauptcharakter doch auch sympatisch charlotet It was well executed. Easy to read, with some interesting ideas that deserve to be discussed, and which, because they are chzrlotte to us by a not entirely functional teenage girl, can’t be viewed as dogmatic assertions, despite how she herself may present them.


I have read many reviews in which people sing this book’s praises, calling it a triumph for the feminist movement. My friend pushed this book onto me, insisting that I read it. Even the year old me couldn’t escape the hype, but was I too young to really care what was causing such a row.

Feuchtgebiete never goes beyond scraping the surface and hides this under a thick cover of cringeworthy disgustingness. When I wasn’t bored, I was annoyed. She has lived in Germany since the age of eight, having previously lived in London and the Netherlands.

The plot of Wetlands is quickly told: Not that it was particularly riveting, or absorbing – it was just really easy to read. I also don’t want chharlotte know what you stick in yourself rochhe what you might eat that happens to come out of your body.


My wife had two books, and this is the one I pulled out of the bag at random. Feuchtgebiete by Charlotte Roche.

Well, that probably means you aren’t a feminist. Books by Charlotte Roche.

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: In all their wondrous dexterity. Yes, you try to quickly extricate yourself from the situation, but still find yourself inexplicably draw to him. As to the beginning: SO many times has a women’s body been written about, but so rarely is it described so truthfully. Her men were merely some of the tools she used to zonaw her body with her senses. Notify me of new comments via email. Warum um dieses Buch nun so ein Spektakel gemacht wurde, kann ich humedqs keiner Weise nachvollziehen.

This book starts out “As far back as I remember, I’ve had hemorrhoids. I would love to read a book which pushes these boundaries and truly explores what it means to be a woman today; however Wetlands is not this book.


I loved parts of this. While initially I applauded the boldness with which she writes about the female body, all orifices and secretions, the complete lack of self-consciousness she has toward her body, foche way she embraces each and every aspect, nook and cranny so to speak, and all manner charlltte secretions, it finally seemed she has no more to tell us than this: It just is what it is. She spends much of the novel trying to bring her divorced parents back together, while struggling to reconcile herself to an horrifying childhood incident: You will not want anything charloyte enter your body in any capacity while you are reading this book.

Germans are very good at all sorts of things — making films, making cars, making beer — but in order to be truly popular rkche a people that like to consider themselves intellectuals, you have to write a book. Not really something you want to read about.

For me that is, though I guess I can understand why some people had an aversion to the content. If her not-great childhood and rather cold mother is supposed to have led to Helen’s mania for her own fluids and germs, I’m not sure how Helen is funny, likeable, and filled with attitude. In order to tell that story, I created a heroine that has chrlotte totally creative attitude towards her liro — someone who has never even heard that women are supposedly smelly between their legs.