• Title: بوتشان
  • Author: Sōseki Natsume خالد المصري دانيال صالح ناتسومي سوسيكي
  • ISBN: 9789948019817
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. ”Now that I thought about it, though, I realized that most people actually encourage you to turn bad. They seem to think that if you don't, you'll never get anywhere in the world. And then on those rare occasions when they encounter somebody who's honest and pure-hearted, they look down on him and say he's nothing but a kid, a Botchan. If that's the way it is, it would be better if they didn't have those ethics classes in elementary school and middle school where the teacher is always telling [...]

    2. لا أدري إن كان هناك تأثير لسالينجر ولكن تلك الروح المتمردة وجدتها حاضرة بشكل كبير الروح الساخطة واللسان السليط في الرواية التي أسرت الشباب ومراهقي ذلك العصر شخصية هولدن في الحارس في حقل الشوفان كانت قريبة وهذا الأمر يتكرر في هذه الرواية لتكون بوتشان الرواية الأكثر شعبية في [...]

    3. This was a somewhat strange deviation from a lot of the Japanese Lit I've read. This is particularly interesting given the time period which this was released, as most of the literature-literature (that is to say, Fiction Novels as opposed to fairy tales, poetry, religious/spiritual/political manifestos, etc) which I have read have been, for the most part, from decades after the release of Botchan. Originally published in the early 20th Century, it goes without saying that this novel came from a [...]

    4. Botchan is like Japan's Tom Sawyer. It is read by schoolchildren across the country and has been the subject of innumerable TV sketches and parodies ever since Soseki wrote it early in the 20th Century. It is a coming-of-age story ripe with sarcasm and very entertaining to read. There is also a comic book version (or more). It is an early masterpiece of Soseki that does not have the depth of I Am A Cat but yet has the power of his prose to make a lasting impression and - since it is long before [...]

    5. Short review: it's a Japanese Catcher in the RyeJapanese literature has been one of the first genres I remember reading and loving — I fell in love with books when I read my first Murakami. Since then, I have ventured and looked for other Japanese authors and have found some that have appealed to me. This is my first Natsume Soseki novel, but sad to say, I am not overly impressed by it as I first thought I would be.Botchan (or "boy master") tells us of a coming of age story of a mischievous bo [...]

    6. ثالث قراءة لي في الأدب الياباني وقد قرأت من قبل القصة القصيرة ثم الرواية الطويلة جدا وتلاهما هذه الرواية الكلاسيكية التي وجدتها متميزة وإن كانت لي بعض الملاحظات عن تشتت أصابني نتيجة الحديث عن فنون ورقصات محلية وعادات وتقاليد لست ملمة بهافي التعريف بالرواية وفي النبذة على ا [...]

    7. No haré una reseña, pero como siempre dejo una cita, aquí está:"Educar no es sólo impartir conocimientos. Educar es también forjar caracteres nobles, rectos y con fuertes principios, en los que no cabe la vulgaridad, la superficialidad y la arrogancia."

    8. Sungguh.Saya hidup kembali. Telah lama saya merindukan sebuah bacaan seperti ini. sungguh. ini seperti bertemu kembali dengan kekasih yang telah lama terpisahkan. oh betapa melegakannya. sungguh. Jauh sebelum membaca buku ini, saya telah sadar dan yakin kalau Soseki Nasume akan membuat saya masuk dan terlempar kedalam karyanya. dan ini terbukti langsung lewat buku ini. jika boleh beranalogi, membaca Botchan ini seperti menaiki pesawat jet melintasi khatulistiwa di sore hari yang cerah. yang arti [...]

    9. This book from 1906, translated from the Japanese, is kind of a “Tom Brown at Oxford” set in Japan, and, in fact, the author did attend British schools, so maybe that’s where he got the idea for the book. A young man from Tokyo finds a job as a math teacher in a boys’ school out in the boondocks. He is a complete and total (insert your favorite anatomical word here). He is arrogant, looks down on the villagers, finds fault with everyone, talks down to his servants and landlords, can’t [...]

    10. Very funny especially if you have ever been a teacher. It kind of reminds me of the trials and tribulations of Torgodevil in Korea (especially in the beginning). The novel details all the stupid politics and rivalries between teachers and the administration not to mention the students themselves, who are spoiled and unruly. The narrator is also interesting in that he is from Tokyo and looks down upon the small town as provincial and unsophisticated. Though you can identify with him, the main cha [...]

    11. ميزة السرد الياباني سلاسته و إيصاله الفكرة بشكل مباشر و صريح ( بدون كلاكيع ) بحيث تمضي قدمًا بأمان فلا حاجة للتأتأة بين السطور و لن تتقهقر صفحة واحدة لتستعيد ثقتك بكمال فهم حدث ما ف قد بأمان !،،بوتشان ( المعلم الصغير ) لقب تطلقه كيو خادمة العائلة على البطل حيث الألقاب لها مفعول [...]

    12. رواية بوتشان للأديب الياباني ناتسومي سوسيكي أحد عمالقة الأدب الياباني. كتبها في بداية القرن العشرين. بدأ بطل الرواية بوتشان حياته ولد مشاغب كثير المشاكل والحماقات، بعد وفاة والديه يدرس الرياضيات في إحدى المعاهد التقنية ثم يعمل مدرسا للرياضيات في قرية بعيدة عن طوكيو. يتعرض [...]

    13. This translation has such an engaging voice - in-your-face, unapologetic, a little given to posturing but largely honest and down-to-earth. That sums up the narrator as well. He's a young man who is inclined to be tactless and rash. He has no especially strong ties except to a lady who works for his family as a servant and emerges as a kind of mother figure. Botchan wanders into a career as a teacher in a provincial school and comes face to face with treachery, hypocrisy and the complexities of [...]

    14. Botchan's story of his life as a middle-school teacher in the Japanese countryside is simple and entertaining.Botchan a complete stranger to compliments and praises in his childhood grows to be a loner with a 'I don't care' attitude.He gets confused or rather angry with the subtle manipulations he experiences later in life. The only emotional attachment he has and loves is that with his childhood maid Kiyo, who never stops from showering motherly love and praises on him.The writings concentrates [...]

    15. رائعة بوتشان أعشق الاسلوب الساخر في الروايات D:الرواية بتحكي حياة مدرس رياضيات مشاغب في الريف :)

    16. Botchan (1906) is a comic novel whose enduring appeal continues to entertain generations of Japanese readers. It's main character is a newly graduated Tokyo-bred young man sent to teach mathematics at middle school in an out of the way locality. As a young boy, Botchan, as he was fondly called by the household help Kiyo, is destined to be the black sheep of the family. His relationship with his father and brother is civil at best. Kiyo is the only one who was patient with him and who believed he [...]

    17. Some time ago, when I was a student, we had to read Soseki's "Botchan" for Japanese Literature. Now, I wasn't amazingly rich, nor was it exceptionally available in second hand bookshops (you could forget buying a new copy), so I turned to Google and searched for a free copy.That's how I found Matt Treyvaud's translation, which was free at the time - he'd translated it in a month (NaNoWriMo style, but instead of writing a novel, he translated one), while mostly drunk. And it was a riot: bad langu [...]

    18. ¡Fantástico! Botchan (en japonés "niño mimado") que algunos llaman "El guardián entre el centeno" japonés, describe la historia de un joven graduado universitario que acepta un puesto de profesor en un colegio de una provincia rural que dista mucho del Tokio que está acostumbrado. Nada más llegar la clase le hará la vida imposible al profesor nuevo, pero es que el resto de profesores (cada uno con su mote) también van a dar juegoTengo que decir que con este libro me he reído demasiado [...]

    19. Kondisiku terjepit, tak bisa memikirkan jalan keluar, tapi aku tidak akan dikalahkan. Alasan kenapa aku tidak punya solusi adalah karena aku terlalu jujur. Tapi cobalah pikir. Kalau orang jujur tidak bisa menang di dunia ini, siapa lagi yang bisa? h. 72Awalnya saya berpikir Botchan orang yang selalu berpikiran negatif. Kerjanya marah-marah dan menuduh sana sini. Tapi, semakin ke belakang , tertangkap gambaran karakter Botchan yang selalu blak-blakan dan membenci ketidakadilan, bahkan berani meno [...]

    20. Buku yang diterjemahkan ke bahasa Inggeris pada tahun 1922 ini bagaikan buki yang baru sahaja terbit. Gaya bahasanya yang menarik dan kritik sosial masyarakat Jepun di masa itu bagaikan membaca tentang masyarakat Melayu sekarang. Tak hairan buku ini masih popular di Jepun setelah sekian lama.

    21. This is lauded as the Japanese "Catcher in the Rye". I agree with this assessment. I have been trying to decide which one I hated less. Hated might be a strong word. Nevertheless, like the character of Holden Caufield, Botchan is very candid, naïve, and narrates with a "fuckall" flair. From what I remember, Botchan seems a lot more close minded and discriminative, as opposed to Holden's lack of intelligence and mental problems. Holden is more against society in general, whereas Botchan has a mo [...]

    22. Faculty politics is nasty and brutish. Natsume Sōseki also shows us that it can be funny. A young graduate is sent to a country town in southern Japan and finds himself in a middle school where the faculty politics is unrelenting and devastating. The book Botchan is Japanese for "young master." Though he lasts scarcely a month, he manages to wreak revenge on "Red Shirt" and "Clown" in a satisfying way, which I will not describe here for fear of ging away the plot.This is a quick read and a well [...]

    23. Beberapa alasanku memutuskan untuk membaca novel ini:1.Desain kovernya.Ini sesuatu yang langka, sebab aku nyaris tidak pernah menilai buku dari sampulnya. Selama ini, aku termasuk orang yang cukup setia mengamalkan ungkapan “Don’t judge the book by its cover”. Biasanya, pertimbangan utamaku dalam membeli atau membaca buku adalah nama pengarangnya. Baru kemudian penerbitnya dan penerjemahnya jika itu merupakan karya fiksi terjemahan. Namun, untuk kali ini aku terpaksa melanggar keyakinanku [...]

    24. This novella was neither thought-provoking nor entertaining. My lack of enjoyment, in some part, may have been due to the fact that it's a satire of a specific social order that I'm not familiar with -- but the bulk of the problem lay in the book's over-simplicity.The intrigues between the 2-dimensional characters (that make up the bulk of the story) are trite, dramaless and inspire no emotional reaction from the reader. Each of the faculty members has one or two personal qualities and does not [...]

    25. "تعدُّ من النّماذج الكلاسيكية في هذا النوع الكتابي، على غرار رواية «الحارس في حقل الشوفان»" الجملة التي دعتني إلى قراءة الرواية.

    26. BOTCHANBy Natsume Soseki (1867-1916)This short novel, written in the first person, is the story of a young man who grew up in Tokyo and after graduating from high school accepted a job as a teacher in a remote village by the sea, far south.As you would expect, his first experience as a young teacher is sewn with stumbling blocks.Riotous students, as well as a sly and hypocrite gang of fellow instructors, make his life miserable. He is simple-minded but honest and intolerant to injustice, he is h [...]

    27. Botchan adalah panggilan hormat kepada tuan muda kecil di Jepang jaman dulu. Di bagian pertama kita akan disuguhkan bagaimana kenakalan dan kejujuran Botchan. Dibagian tengah sampai akhir, Botchan telah beranjak menjadi dewasa dan menjadiru matematika di sekolah kecil pedesaan.Yang menarik di buku ini adalah kejujuran dan kepolosan Botchan. Ia memegang teguh prinsip hidup nya, lebih baik diberhentikan atau mengundurkan diri dari jabatan di sekolahnya daripada menjadi seorang penipu, penjilat ata [...]

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