Atalarımız: İkiye Bölünen Vikont, Ağaca Tüneyen Baron, Varolmayan Şövalye

Atalarımız: İkiye Bölünen Vikont, Ağaca Tüneyen Baron, Varolmayan Şövalye Italo Calvino Rekin Teksoy Filiz Özdem Neyyire Gül Işık
  • Title: Atalarımız: İkiye Bölünen Vikont, Ağaca Tüneyen Baron, Varolmayan Şövalye
  • Author: Italo Calvino Rekin Teksoy Filiz Özdem Neyyire Gül Işık
  • ISBN: 9789750813924
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Atalarımız: İkiye Bölünen Vikont, Ağaca Tüneyen Baron, Varolmayan Şövalye Italo Calvino Rekin Teksoy Filiz Özdem Neyyire Gül Işık Atalar m z kiye B l nen Vikont A aca T neyen Baron Varolmayan valye Italo Calvino nun li ve l y llarda yazd ikiye B l nen Vikont A aca T neyen Baron ve Varolmayan valye adl romanlar n hayattayken Atalar m z ba l alt nda toplamas n n nedeni yazar n kendi deyi
    Italo Calvino nun 50 li ve 60 l y llarda yazd ikiye B l nen Vikont, A aca T neyen Baron ve Varolmayan valye adl romanlar n , hayattayken Atalar m z ba l alt nda toplamas n n nedeni, yazar n kendi deyi iyle a da insan n atalar n n soya ac n karmak t r evremizdeki her insan n, kendimizin dahi y z nde onlar n izleri sakl d r nk A aca T neyen Baron un iItalo Calvino nun 50 li ve 60 l y llarda yazd ikiye B l nen Vikont, A aca T neyen Baron ve Varolmayan valye adl romanlar n , hayattayken Atalar m z ba l alt nda toplamas n n nedeni, yazar n kendi deyi iyle a da insan n atalar n n soya ac n karmak t r evremizdeki her insan n, kendimizin dahi y z nde onlar n izleri sakl d r nk A aca T neyen Baron un ilk kez zg n dilinden yap lan evirisinin yer ald Atalar m z da Medardo nun, Cosimo nun ve Agilulfo nun ki ili inde sava lardan, y k mlardan, de i en de erlerin a ndan ge en insanlar n ki ili inde billurla an, asl nda insanl k tarihinin kaybetme ve kazanma hik yeleridir
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    About Italo Calvino Rekin Teksoy Filiz Özdem Neyyire Gül Işık


    1. Italo Calvino was born in Cuba and grew up in Italy He was a journalist and writer of short stories and novels His best known works include the Our Ancestors trilogy 1952 1959 , the Cosmicomics collection of short stories 1965 , and the novels Invisible Cities 1972 and If On a Winter s Night a Traveler 1979.His style is not easily classified much of his writing has an air of the fantastic reminiscent of fairy tales Our Ancestors, Cosmicomics , although sometimes his writing is realistic and in the scenic mode of observation Difficult Loves, for example Some of his writing has been called postmodern, reflecting on literature and the act of reading, while some has been labeled magical realist, others fables, others simply modern He wrote My working method has often than not involved the subtraction of weight I have tried to remove weight, sometimes from people, sometimes from heavenly bodies, sometimes from cities above all I have tried to remove weight from the structure of stories and from language.


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    1. My favourite story in this collection is The Baron in the Trees which is a wonderful fairy tale about a kid who wouldn t finish his dinner, decides to live in a tree, and crosses Europe from Italy to southern Spain without once touching the ground It is a beautiful, masterful tale that reminds us how man in the last 6 or 7 centuries has destroyed many of the forests and natural diversity that existed on the Mediterranean coast in the middle ages It can be read again and again and is absolutely c [...]

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    2. If these are our ancestors then we do indeed have a troubled and difficult inheritance, although it could be that the collection title is the gift of the publisher This collection of three Calvino stories features partial people, an empty suit of armour, a half man, chopped in half by a war would and a baron who doesn t have his feet on the ground.Apparently then we are in the world of fables, are they critical views of our heroic past Or simply games toying with notions The great heroism of Cha [...]

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    3. Tri Kalvinova dela spojena od strane njega samog u jednu tematsku trilogiju o na im precima oveku dobra i zla, tvrdoglavom idealisti i vitezu koji je sam sebe ubedio da postoji.Prepolovljeni knez vikont 4 je novela, a po duhu odu ena pripovetka, o jednom, gle uda, knezu, koji biva, gle uda, prepolovljen u ratu, i to u luni tuns meku gde top ne napravi rupu samo u stomaku, ve odnese itavu jednu stranu tela I tako, vra a se na knez koji spreda izgleda kao iz profila u rodno mu selo, sa blagim pore [...]

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    4. Calvino is probably my favourite writer His books are as varied and beautiful as it is possible to be For a long time I tried to learn Italian in part so as to be able to read him in the original language These are a fascinating series of stories, almost stories for young adults, but also allegories on a world divided into East and West.My favourite of these stories is Baron in the Trees The tale of a young man who fights with his family, storms out of the house in a fit of fury and climbs a tre [...]

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    5. This volume pulls together two novellas and one novel written across the length of the 1950s by Italo Calvino as partial pastiches of past literature, all with an implied commentary about the position of the intellectual in post war Italy This tells us all we need to know about the strengths and weaknesses of the work On the one hand, Calvino writes fluently and with a mastery of the forms he is working with the comic Gothic novel, the moral tale of the Enlightenment and the courtly romance but [...]

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    6. S lo me salen suspiros cuando se trata de esta trilog a Qu im genes tan bellas, tan fuertes Mi amor por siempre a este autor y a estos tres libros Los temas metaliterarios el ser humano en conjunci n con la naturaleza aqu surgen las met foras y s miles m s hermosos que haya le do el amor la enajenaci n el dilema por la libertad individual o en sociedad se dice as la existencia del mundo la percepci n que tiene el hombre de l Espacios, tiempos hist ricos, g neros literarios, plantas, animales, pe [...]

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    7. This triptych of stories, in which Calvino coalesces fantasy, folk tale and pastiche into a set of wonderful, irreverent and beautiful stories and represents one of the high points in Calvino s oeuvre The Cloven Viscount is the story of a viscount whose body is split into two by virtue of jumping in front of a cannonball In a kind of macabre re working of the double theme and in particular Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde one side is evil and the other good and the viscount is able to terrorize his subject [...]

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    8. This is my favourite work of fiction ever In a sense it is cheating for me to say this because there are actually three novels here presented between covers as a single book This work is a trilogy that isn t really a trilogy The three novels are related to each other, yes, but not by plot, characters, location or even mood, only by the fact that they each seek to play with the profound truths that stem from a single incident or situation or conceit.There is so much richness in this volume that t [...]

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    9. Recolho neste volume tr s hist rias que escrevi no dec nio 1950 1960 e que t m em comum o facto de serem inveros meis e de decorrerem em pocas distantes e em terras imagin rias Em Os Nossos Antepassados, Italo Calvino procura, enveredando pelo g nero fant stico, analisar de uma posi o privilegiada as rela es sociais, pol ticas e morais que o ser humano estabelece e, sobretudo, observar as suas diferentes formas de auto realiza o, tema transversal s tr s hist rias Quando eu estava inteiro, todas [...]

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    10. Uno dei primi libri importanti che ho letto in vita mia Splendidi tutti e 3 i racconti, con Il barone rampante forse in cima al podio.Devo rileggerlo, un giorno o l altro

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    11. The stars should be four and half I now realise that I can not get enough of Italo Calvino He entertains and amazes me all the time In fact I began his Invisible Cities first and then read his If On a Winter s Night a Traveller Both of them are his later writings and they are very post modern I loved both of them and then when I picked this up One of his earlier works I was prepared myself to face the intellectual challenge But then I found myself in the fairy world This book contains three fair [...]

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    12. It is a symbolic story in wich the principal character has had divided in two parts A good and a bad than constantly are fighting for their own interests And it was until the end that they had an agreement In my opinion, all of us have a good and a bad personality inside us In many ocations we have to mediate between both of them But that is our human escence and that makes us unique.

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    13. El libro Nuestros antepasados est conformado por tres de las mejores obras de Calvino, todas ellas pertenecientes al g nero fant stico, el realismo m gico y la f bula, y ubicadas cronol gicamente en edades antiguas El vizconde demediado se sit a en el siglo XV, El bar n rampante se desarrolla a finales del siglo XVIII, en la poca de la Revoluci n francesa, y El caballero inexistente se localiza en la Edad Media, en tiempos de Carlomagno.Seg n tengo entendido, Calvino era lector y admirador de Ro [...]

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    14. I read this book after a positive review by both a friend and Salman Rushdie in Imaginary homeland.The cloven viscount was not really my thing, i liked the style in wich it was written the opening sc ne made me think of some of Durer s etchings , but i found the main theme of a viscount trying to find self completeness after finding himself torn in two conflicting halves a bit rigid.In the Baron in the trees and in the non existent knight Calvino s style had become colourful and spontaneous I r [...]

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    15. Il visconte dimezzatoEra da tantissimo che volevo leggere questa famosissima trilogia di Calvino E finalmente ho cominciato col primo romanzo Bello, indubbiamente, ma non bellissimo come immaginavo Non so, forse mi aspettavo troppo, o ho aspettato troppo per leggerlo, fatto sta che non sono riuscita a dargli le 5 stelline Ma quattro sono fuor di dubbio, perch veramente un bel libro naufragio iltempodileggIl barone rampanteSecondo capitolo della trilogia degli antenati, ennesima conferma della gr [...]

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    16. A collection of three small novels from the 1950 s One of the best books I ve ever read for the beauty of its language and the creativity of the stories I am lucky that I could read it in the original I do not know how the translations fare The three stories are all narrated from an external point of view, but by somebody who was a direct witness of the fantastic events In all three, but particularly in the last story of the Non existent knight whose existence is defined by his armor and mission [...]

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    17. C forse un altra valutazione possibile se non le cinque stelle per la trilogia araldica Da bambina, avr avuto 11 12 anni, cercai di leggere il barone rampante, ma lo piantai dopo 10 pagine.Per troppi anni lasciai perdere Calvino e la sua trilogia.E cos la ripresi in mano solo 10 anni dopo, per ri scoprirne la potenza Ma ancora ci sono parti che riescono a sorprendermi, come quando sentii la lettura de Il Cavaliere inesistente quello che avevo sottovalutato su Radio3 e mi affascin come se non l a [...]

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    18. I often used to think that the postmodernist Calvino is the one with the magic ink But This book has performed a certain metamorphosis on my thoughts To be honest, Cosmicomics and this book together establishes Calvino as the invincible fabulist I cannot remember a writer of modern era telling such deceptively simple tales to mystify generations of fable readers.

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    19. Loved all three stories, read a few books by Calvino and like his style His tales are full of amazing characters such as the knight who isn t there, the baron who lives in the trees and a group of spanish exiles.

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    20. for war can be well fought where there s a glimpse of a woman s mouth between lance points, when nothing, wounds, dust, horses stink, means anything, but that smile.

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    21. Two novellas and a short novel in a single book, all three of them excellent The first two take place in Liguria, all three have themes related to fighting the Turks and they succeed in being what Calvino describes in the introduction as the book I myself would have liked to read, the sort by an unknown writer, from another age and another country, discovered in an attic He succeeds in summing up this feel very well by having each story told by a first person protagonist who is a minor character [...]

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    23. Selon 1001 books you have to read before you die la trilogie bizarre et surr aliste de Calvino est un eufemisme pour respectivement la guerre froide the cloven viscount , les lumi res Baron in the trees et la bureaucratie anti humaine the non existent knight Cela demontre que la fiction est parfois la meilleure facon de d border des th mes philosophiques et difficiles, car cela permet d aborder le sujet d une facon plus libre et de cette mani re de s approcher de la v rit si elle existe compar u [...]

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    24. Yo veo que las obras de Calvino pueden resultar interesantes en cierto modo, porque m s que nada son una reflexi n acerca de la literatura y de la vida, pero precisamente porque pretenden ser una reflexi n me parecen aburridas de leer, aunque reconozco que es divertido hasta cierto punto analizarlas y comentarlas Pero a m esto no me sirve Sus libros nacen de otros libros, y no de la vida Esto de por s no es malo, ya que por ejemplo Borges tambi n lo hac a y los cuentos suyos que he podido leer m [...]

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    25. This is a wholly bizarre and unusual book by turns magical, humorous, historical, fantasy, fairy tale, medieval, realistCalvino definitely had his own take on life Its three stories firstly the story of a knight blown up and chopped in half The bad half returns home to reek havoc but is naturally terribly thin , whilst the good half wonders round homeless Then there is the Baron in the trees , where a 12 year old decides he will spend the rest of his life up in the trees This is helped by appare [...]

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    27. Our Ancestors contains three short stories by Calvino The Cloven Viscount, Baron in the Trees, and The Non Existent Knight The Cloven Viscount deals with a viscount split in two on the field of battle and whose two separate halves continue living one who is good, the other bad The Baron in the Trees deals with a young boy who renounces earthly existence in favour of an arboreal one, and how he comes to terms with his independence One of the overtly philosophical works in the collection.The Non [...]

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    28. Our Ancestors contains three short stories by Calvino The Cloven Viscount, Baron in the Trees, and The Non Existent Knight The Cloven Viscount deals with a viscount split in two on the field of battle and whose two separate halves continue living one who is good, the other bad The Baron in the Trees deals with a young boy who renounces earthly existence in favour of an arboreal one, and how he comes to terms with his independence One of the overtly philosophical works in the collection.The Non [...]

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    29. Naked ladies are advised, declared Agilulf, that the most sublime of sensual emotions is embracing a warrior in full armour Raimbaud could not believe his eyes For the naked flesh was a woman s a smooth gold flecked belly, round rosy hips, long straight girl s legs This half of a girl the crab half now had an even inhuman and expressionless aspect than ever turning round and looking for a suitable spot, set one foot on one side, one on the other, of a trickle of water, bent knees slightly, lean [...]

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