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  • Capa comum: 144 páginas
  • Editora: Companhia das Letras (9 de janeiro de 2017)
  • Idioma: Português
  • ISBN-10: 8535928448
  • ISBN-13: 978-8535928440
  • Dimensões do produto: 20,8 x 13,8 x 1,2 cm
  • Peso do produto: 200 g
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Por Cliente Amazon em 24 de fevereiro de 2017
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Já havia lido "Junky" e "Almoço nu" antes e este novo livro de Burroughs só confirma sua genialidade. Livro muito bom
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5.0 de 5 estrelas “In deep sadness there is no place for sentimentality...There it is. When you realize it you cannot complain.” 26 de janeiro de 2015
Por Johnny Blaze - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa comum Compra verificada
It took a short time for the book to finally click with me, but once it did, like all books by William Burroughs, it became impossible to put down.

"It was a wise old queen--Bobo, we called her--who taught me that I had a duty to live and bear my burden proudly for all to see, to conquer prejudice and ignorance and hate with knowledge and sincerity and love.”

A common theme in the book is the search for non-verbal communication, sometimes by a man seeking quick love in the Mexican nite; or the same man all too hurt by a deeper relationship, hoping he can express himself clairvoyantly, via intuition; or by means of suspicious glances between two friends evaluating the company of a lonesome and maudlin soul; there is even the discourse of hallucinatory drugs and their 'telepathic' powers. If you consider the time period when Burroughs wrote this and the general opinion at that time towards queer sexuality, it makes perfect sense why he'd seek out eccentric ways to discuss forbidden feelings and attractions.
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3.0 de 5 estrelas Weak sauce for a sequel to "Junky" but better than it sounds. 26 de abril de 2016
Por Hektor, Tamer of Hard Drives - Publicada na Amazon.com
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"Queer" is the sequel to William Burroughs' seminal work "Junky," which set a sort of standard for novels based around quasi-autobiographical addiction and post-drug use malaise. However "Queer" isn't about Burroughs' avatar Lee's continuing addiction to heroin, but rather some of the weird experiences he has down in Mexico and later the depths of South America while spending time with a man he's become obsessed with named Allerton.

To summarize the book, it starts off almost immediately after "Junky," Lee is living in Mexico where he's fled after a drug bust nearly put him in prison in New Orleans and now he's gotten himself off of heroin but has taken up a new dangerous habit in the form of excessive alcohol intake. He spends most of his time in bars, putting down 'routines,' which are diatribe-like shaggy dog stories that don't really go anywhere and he uses them to entertain the company he keeps in the bars and restaurants he spends most of his time in. He eventually meets a young man named Allerton who he quickly becomes obsessed with and tries to do everything in his power to be around him even though Allerton wants little to nothing to do with Lee. After some coercing, he convinces Allerton to go to South America with him to search for a drug called 'Yage,' which Lee believes will make him psychic and allow himself to manipulate the wills of people and maybe even reality itself through some form of telepathy, which the drug purportedly has the abilities to do. Then the story stops dead-- the book ends without any closure and just sort of stops. I'm not sure if this was Burroughs' intention, or the result of the book not being published for many years after it was written and some of the final chapters being lost but the story quickly ends after briefly shifting from third person to first person in the epilogue and ends with no sense of closure or coming full circle the way most of Burroughs' work, even his abstract stuff does.

It's well written, if not slow with well developed characters and it has the same dark mood to it that "Junky" had with some of the twists like deciding to go to South America, but ultimately "Queer" is inferior to "Junky," because the story is constantly interrupted by Bill Lee's goofy little 'routines,' these routines are present in many of Burroughs' work, but they serve no purpose here in "Queer," and don't do anything to move the story along and instead slow down the pace of the book and often make you find yourself looking ahead to see just how long they go on because of their empty additions that seem to serve only the purpose of padding out an otherwise fine story with diatribes against nobody in particular. However, if you can get past them, which I did, the book is fine and serves as a decent footnote to a far superior novel.

If you're new to Burroughs' work, pick this book up and "Junky," and maybe a book of Burroughs' short stories like "Interzone" or "Exterminator!" and read "Junky" first. This, like I said, serves as little more than a footnote to the colossally entertaining "Junky," and is for people who read that and wanted to see more of some of the characters or styles of "Junky." Other than that, "Queer" is decent as a stand alone novel, but stands on very shaky ground.
5.0 de 5 estrelas ... in less than 3-days time and is now more like 32years since it was written and that much more ... 22 de fevereiro de 2017
Por Carole Souder - Publicada na Amazon.com
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This 25th anniversary edition of William Burroughs book Queer arrived in less than 3-days time and is now more like 32years since it was written and that much more a cult classic.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas short but good read 3 de novembro de 2010
Por D. Chelvam - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Definitely read this after Junky but before Naked Lunch if you want to get the most out of these books and understand Burroughs. Although the title may turn some people off, the book is as tasteful and literary as anything Burroughs has written, as far as I know. This book and Burroughs are definitely good choices for people who like intelligent, interesting works outside the mainstream of literature.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas my favorite writer and one of his best novel 7 de abril de 2012
Por Joey - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Can't say enough about this book and Burroughs is just a superb writer and connects so well with the reader. We all have problems or issues in this life and know one is perfect. No matter what it could be but he just amazes me each and every book that he writes and with Queer he nails it. So please be open and don't hesitate to read this book the name says it all.

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