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We Had to Remove This Post Book

Hey guys, today we are going to present the We Had to Remove This Post Book PDF for all of you. We Had To Remove This Post is a famous psychological fiction, political fiction and LGBT literature book. This book was written by Hanna Bervoets. It was originally published on 24 May 2022. There are 144 pages are available in this book.

Hanna Bervoets is one of the talented authors. She has written seven novels in her home country which is known as the Netherlands. She has also written her life screenplays, plays, short stories, and essays. Hanna Bervoets is the recipient of the prestigious Frans Kellendonk Prize for her entire body of works. We Had to Remove This Post is her first book to be translated into English.

Hanna Bervoets lives in Amsterdam with her girlfriend and two guinea pigs. She was born on 14 February 1984 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She got many Awards in her life including Frans Kellendonk Prize, J.M.A. Biesheuvel prize and BNG Bank Literatuurprijs. She completed her education at the University of Amsterdam and Tisch School Of The Arts.

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We Had to Remove This Post Book Summary

  • For readers of Leila Slimani’s The Perfect Nanny or Ling Ma’s Severance: a tight, propulsive, chilling novel by a rising international star about a group of young colleagues working as social media content monitors—reviewers of violent or illegal videos for an unnamed megacorporation—who convince themselves they’re in control… until the violence strikes closer to home.
  • Kayleigh needs money. That’s why she takes a job as a content moderator for a social media platform whose name she isn’t allowed to mention. Her job: reviewing offensive videos and pictures, rants and conspiracy theories, and deciding which need to be removed.
  • It’s gruelling work. Kayleigh and her colleagues spend all day watching horrors and hate on their screens, evaluating them with the platform’s ever-changing terms of service while a supervisor sits behind them, timing and scoring their assessments.
  • Yet Kayleigh finds a group of friends, even a new love—and, somehow, the job starts to feel okay. But when her colleagues begin to break down; when Sigrid, her new girlfriend, grows increasingly distant and fragile; when her friends start espousing the very conspiracy theories they’re meant to be evaluating; Kayleigh begins to wonder if the job may be too much for them.

We Had to Remove This Post Book Review

  • We Had to Remove This Post by Hanna Bervoets and translated by Emma Rault is a short but powerful novel that brings the societal and the personal into conversation with each other.
  • The obvious societal commentary is about the types of things that, because of social media, seem to be proliferating. Violence, hatred, bestiality, and all combinations of those are posted. To try to make “the platform” a better forum it falls to human beings to monitor the posts and determine what can and can’t stay online.
  • Through the narrator, Kayleigh, we watch both the stress that type of work has on people and the extent to which even the least rational theories can gain a foothold when viewed and listened to enough, even when your job is to remove objectionable material.
  • Though Kayleigh feels she is holding up well, it is through her story that we see the deeper personal aspect. As Kayleigh, and by extension any human, sees more and more extreme acts and ideas she becomes normalized to it such that what had been satisfying is no longer.
  • So how does one, or can one, maintain their own moral and ethical standards when bombarded with the ugliness that seems to pervade so much of social media? I would recommend this to anyone who likes to view the problems facing society through a fictional frame that allows for both empathy and consternation.
  • Everything is presented for the reader to make sense of what happened but the reader must do some of the work rather than expect explanations for everything. If you’re willing to do that work you will be rewarded.
  • If you really feel you must “like” the characters then you may have some trouble, these are people with flaws and those flaws make the story, so “liking” has nothing to do with it.
  • Either you can empathize with people or you can’t.

About the Author of We Had to Remove This Post

Full name Hanna Marleen Bervoets
Born Amsterdam, February 14, 1984
Land The Netherlands
Profession Writer, Columnist, Journalist, Screenwriter
Work
Years active 2009-present
Famous works Or How Why
Dear Celine
all there was
efter
Ivanov
fuzzie
Welcome to the realm of the sick
Publisher Pluim Publishers
Awards Opzij Literature Prize, BNG Bank Literature Prize, Frans Kellendonk Prize
  • She was born on 14 February 1984 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • She got many Awards in her life including Frans Kellendonk Prize, J.M.A. Biesheuvel prize and BNG Bank Literatuurprijs.
  • She completed her education at the University of Amsterdam and Tisch School Of The Arts.
  • Hanna Bervoets is the author of seven novels in her home country of the Netherlands.
  • She has also written screenplays, plays, short stories, and essays.
  • She is the recipient of the prestigious Frans Kellendonk Prize for her entire body of works.
  • She was a resident at Art Omi: Writers at Ledig House, New York, and her fiction has been translated into German, French, and Turkish.
  • She works and lives in Amsterdam with her girlfriend and two guinea pigs.
  • We Had to Remove This Post is her first book to be translated into English.

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