Sorgul roşu

Sorgul ro u Cartea lui Mo Yan este o saga violent i p tima transfigur nd realitatea abject i m rea n acela i timp n legend Care este cea mai mare cruzime fa de victimele unei istorii atroce Uitarea mpotriva e

  • Title: Sorgul roşu
  • Author: Mo Yan Dinu Luca
  • ISBN: 9789736895388
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cartea lui Mo Yan este o saga violent i p tima , transfigur nd realitatea, abject i m rea n acela i timp, n legend.Care este cea mai mare cruzime fa de victimele unei istorii atroce Uitarea mpotriva ei lupt naratorul pove tii tragice a trei genera ii ale unei famili chineze, din anii 30 p n n deceniul al optulea n inutul Gaomi, patria sorgului ro u, vCartea lui Mo Yan este o saga violent i p tima , transfigur nd realitatea, abject i m rea n acela i timp, n legend.Care este cea mai mare cruzime fa de victimele unei istorii atroce Uitarea mpotriva ei lupt naratorul pove tii tragice a trei genera ii ale unei famili chineze, din anii 30 p n n deceniul al optulea n inutul Gaomi, patria sorgului ro u, via a i iese din matc odat cu invazia japonez i nu se va mai rea eza nicic nd i urmeaz r zboiul civil, instaurarea comunismului i Revolu ia Cultural T n ra Dai Fenglian, mo tenitoarea unei averi nea teptate, i comandantul Yu, iubitul ei, care organizeaz rezisten a mpotriva japonezilor, sunt cuplul originar n jurul c ruia va gravita istoria clanului sorgului ro u O istorie plin de patim i de cruzime, n care ro ul pasiunii i al s ngelui v rsat se mpletesc, la fel ca trecutul recent i trecutul mitic al inutului Gaomi.

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    1. رواية رائعة بكل المقاييس، مو يان يسرد في هذه الرواية ما رَآه بعينه او ما تم اخباره به عن تاريخ عائلته في قريته والمناطق المحيطة بها الارض التي تزرع بالذرة الرفيعة الحمراء.أساطير وابطال وصعاليك. بدون رتوش وتفخيم يسرد هنا تاريخ عائلته من حياة جده التي كان بها حمال الى قاطع طريق [...]

    2. Saw the movie, read the book. The film, as colorful and vivid as it is, covers only the first two chapters.This is a multi-generational story of a family in the Shandong countryside. One might be tempted to label it 'magical realism', but this is all set during the Japanese invasion, and life, already hard due to banditry, becomes even more gruesome. For example - in the first 40 pages, one family member is skinned alive.Mo Yan also experiments with story structure, flitting back and forth in ti [...]

    3. Mo Yan & The Power Of Movies - The New Yorker - ow/Ema7kUna extensión interminable de sorgo, absolutamente nivelada, tersa y quieta, un mar de rostros color rojo profundo, maduro. Era un cuerpo colectivo, unido en un único pensamiento magnánimo. El lugar más bonito y el más repulsivo, el más extraño y el más vulgar, el más sagrado y el más corrompido, el más heroico y el más cobarde, el más bebedor y el más sensual del mundo. De pronto se percató de que eran espíritus vivient [...]

    4. لأصحاب القلوب القويّةأوصي بهذه الرواية.لما اتخذت القرار بالتوقف عن إكمالها شعرت بالراحة. ثلاثمائة صفحة بالتمام والكمال ومن ثم أعلنت استسلاميفلست من أصحاب القلوب القويةهذه الرواية لا تناسبني نهائيامشاهد العنف والقسوة فيها بلغت أعلى درجات ما قرأت للآنإنها بالنسبة لي قصة رع [...]

    5. “With this book I respectfully invoke the heroic, aggrieved souls wandering in the boundless bright-red sorghum fields of my hometown. As your unfilial son, I am prepared to carve out my heart, marinate it in soy sauce, have it minced and placed in three bowls, and lay it out as an offering in a field of sorghum. Partake of it in good health.” Land is an altruistic asset. It belongs to no one; neither to its possessor nor to the ruthless capturer and not even to the industrious farmer who su [...]

    6. ***************************************For about eight years (1937~1945), northeastern China was occupied by Japan. This brutal invasion occurred coincidentally within the 23 years of the Chinese Civil War (1927~1950). For someone who might not be at least superficially familiar with the appalling conditions of these two wars of attrition fought upon a countryside already devastated by poverty and organized crime, it might appear that this book contains far too much gratuitous horror.But for som [...]

    7. You can say I've developed a pretty healthy obsession with Mo Yan's writing. So healthy that I read his Nobel Prize acceptance speech (which was beautifully crafted - and long), I watched interviews of him with subtitles, I'm going to get the movie "Red Sorghum" and watch it, just because it's after this book right here, not because I particulary enjoy Chinese movies, I've started taking more interest in China's development (the whole of it, not just the last 150 years) because their ancestry fa [...]

    8. على ضفاف النهر امتدت قرية قو مي وعليه أيضا نمت أغصان الذرة الرفيعة الحمراء وهناك مرت ثلاثة أجيال كانوا أبطالا لهذه الرواية الفذةالزمان وقت الحرب الصينية واليابانية الممتد من عام 1937 وحتى عام 1945 حين غزت اليابان أراضي الصين وهذه الرواية أُريد بها أن تكون ملحمة بطولية مهداة لكل [...]

    9. I found Red Sorghum to be a scathing critique of the way the Chinese behaved during the Japanese occupation. It was particularly interesting reading this and contrasting its depiction of the Chinese peasant rebels with Xiao Hong’s in 生死场 (The Field of Life and Death). Xiao Hong shows the peasant rebels as glorious, patriotic fighters. This aspect of their character is not absent from Mo Yan’s depictions, but he also goes further to show that not all of the rebels were acting out of pat [...]

    10. يبدو أنني فقدت مهارة كتابة مراجعة ما لا أعرف من أين أبدأ !رواية واقعة في خمس فصول تحكي عن تاريخ غزو اليابان للصين برع الكاتب في تسلسل الأحداث ووصف المشاهد والإنتقال الزمني بين واقعة أخرى مما يمنع شعور الملل الفصل الثالث موقعة الكلب كانت أكثر الفصول إثارة في نظري حيث تحدث ووصف [...]

    11. This novel removes any doubt as to whether Mo Yan deserved the Nobel Prize for Literature. It is complex, bawdy, earthy, poetic, wallows in dirt and blood, and soars to magnificent poetic heights. Besides language so rich you can chew on it, and the deeply imagined characters, the greatest appeal of the novel, to me, were the many daring risks the author takes with form and structure.If you've seen the movie, you've seen only the thin crust of the first two sections of the novel, cut apart and r [...]

    12. 1. History obstructs the normally amoral play of human desire.2. The magico-historico-real formula will ALWAYS work in the hands of a good writer. Red Sorghum can stand beside Tin Drum and Midnight's Children without feeling inferior.2.5. Or maybe it is a little inferior. For there are some loose ends and some unworthy digressions here. Some side-stories that are forgotten. But the element that leads to these flaws is also the one that germinates the big pay-offs: namely the un-novel like feel o [...]

    13. I'm aware that I ought to have liked this. Nobel prize winner, world literature, etc. But the more I read it (and I read to the very end, albeit in fits and starts for the last 50 or so pages) the less I appreciated its faux-mythologising stance, its glorification of violence, its utter lack of psychological - I won't say depth, because myth doesn't have depth, it just provides us with a terminology for depth - let's say, credibility. Oh yes, repeating words (sorghum an embarrassingly high numbe [...]

    14. Per il momento, Mo Yan e io non è che andiamo molto d’accordo. I giapponesi, le imboscate, i massacri, i laghi di sangue, i cadaveri, gli storpi, le nonne superwomen, i dementi, i malati, i muti, i muli, i cani, il fiume, il ponte, il fango, il fetore, un cavolo di nessuno che riesca a dialogare in maniera coerente: tutto questo l’avevo già trovato in Grande seno, fianchi larghi. E ok. Ma dove vuole andare a parare l’autore? Cosa mi sta dicendo? Ancora non l’ho capito, sinceramente. Fo [...]

    15. رواية رائعة عن الأبطال الخارقين, و الصعاليك و قطّاع الطرقتجول بك هذه الرواية في عوالم الريف الصيني و حقول الذرة الرفيعة الحمراء.الرواية دموية إلى حد بعيد, و تصور بشاعة الحرب و القتل, و تحيط القارئ بلون الدم و رائحته, ولون نبيذ الذرة و رائحته النفّاذةالرواية مليئة بالتفاصيل ال [...]

    16. The book has a few elements that distinguishes it from just any other book. One of this is the chromatic theme. The Red Sorghum is a very bright and colorful book. It’s filled with blood-red, loathsome-green and night-black images. On every page – i think – there is a sunset or a sunrise that bleeds the redest light ever depicted, a wound that leeks black blood and a river or a lake where the water is grotesquely green and it necessarily stinks. Throughout the entire book, red is the color [...]

    17. أعتقد أنني أنهيت الرواية بكثير من الصبر وكثير من التعب أيضًا، وبشيء من التشوش، فازدحامها بالأسماء المتشابهة (خاصة في الفصول التي تتحدث عن الاشتباكات بين العملاء وعصابات قطع الطرق وجيوش الأحزاب) رغم أنها في الفصل الأول مثلًا كانت تقتصر على عدد قليل من الشخوص (الجد والجدة ووا [...]

    18. الذرة الرفيعة الحمراء للكاتب الصيني مو يان، الفائز عام 2012 بجائزة نوبل للآداب كأول كاتب صيني.أخذنا مو يان في رحلة شاقة جداً إلى الريف الصيني تعرفنا فيها على حياة الفلاحين وقطاع الطرق والصعاليك وعاداتهم وتقاليدهم.تتكون الرواية من خمسة فصول تكشف لنا فترة الاحتلال الياباني للص [...]

    19. Se non avesse vinto il Premio Nobel forse non avrei mai letto nulla di Mo Yan e sarebbe stato un peccato. Mo Yan ha vinto il Premio Nobel per la Letteratura con la seguente motivazione: "A un autore che con un realismo allucinatorio fonde racconti popolari, storia e contemporaneità". Il libro in questione, "Sorgo rosso", appunto, evidenzia tutto il realismo e la magia di cui questo autore è capace. Un realismo intriso non solo delle immagini delle distese di sorgo "che in autunno scintillano c [...]

    20. للتو أنهيت الفيلم المقتبس عن الرواية و الذي كان مقصوص بشكل ملفت، الأحداث في الفيلم اختصرت الجهد السردي الشاق الذي بذله مو يان حيث جاء التنقيح السينمائي مختزلاً للكثير من التفاصيل الرائعة في الرواية- رغم أنه رتّب ما اقتصّ منها- ، في الرواية مع غياب القوة المنظمة للأحداث و اضط [...]

    21. “Pensò al cielo, alla terra, agli uomini e al sorgo avviluppati insieme sotto la stessa volta immensa”. Nelle campagne di Gaomi, attraversate dal fiume Moshiu, si coltiva il sorgo, una immensa distesa di piante che si piegano fraterne per raccogliere come in una bara i corpi dei caduti sotto legranate lanciate dai gruppi di contadini combattenti che nel corso della guerra cino-giapponese negli anni 1939-1940 praticano una guerriglia brigantesca nei confronti degli occupanti giapponesi, si c [...]

    22. [image error] ملحمة صينية بديعة قدمها لنا مو يان في هذه الرواية، رواية عن الحب و الخيانة للحبيب والوطن ، وعن روح قتالية عالية تصل لدرجة الادمان ، يتقاسم الأحداث والبطولة فيها البشر والحيوانات والطبيعة على حد سواء.يتحوّل الجد يو جان من قاطع طريق إلى تاجر نبيذ ، بعد قصة حب غريبة ومُغ [...]

    23. الذرة الرفيعة الحمراءهذه الرواية هي للمؤلف الصيني مو يان الذي ألف عدداً كبيراً من الروايات والكتب وفي عام ٢٠١٢ حصل على جائزة نوبل للآداب كأول كاتب صيني.الرواية تبدأ بالراوي الذي يحكي لنا القصة وهو حفيد الجد وحفيد العائلة التي سيذكر لنا قصتها طوال الكتاب. كان يستعيد الحفيد ذ [...]

    24. حكاية وملحمة حرب اليابان والصين، راويها حفيد ينقل أحداث جده وأبيه وجدته وأمه وغيرهم، دماء تتناثر تكاد تخرج من الصفحات، كأنك تراها واضحة أمامك في مشاهد الحرب، لم أكن أعلم بالحرب قبل الآن، أتخيل الشعب الياباني كشعب مثقف متحضر، ثم أكتشف أن أجدادهم كانوا شديدي القسوة، وحتى الل [...]

    25. بغض النظر عن القصة، وعن الأحداث المرويَة هنا، لم تكن اللغة مُحكمة. ولم أتمكن من معرفة السبب، أسُوء في الترجمة أم عدم تمكن من الكتابة. وقد خاب أملي في قراءة كل تلك الصفحات، والوقت الضائع فيه، والسبب الرئيسي هي اللغة.

    26. Part of my Fall 2017 Best Of Chinese Literature project; more here, and a cool list of books here.Here's the greatest novel ever written about sexy hot grandmas. This lady's - well, it's his mom really. The book is narrated by the grandson, but his dad is the protagonist, so's complicated. I read this because it's about "three generations" of Chinese people, so I thought it might give me like a panoramic view of 20th century China, right? But it's really mostly entirely about 1939, the grandpare [...]

    27. Lyrical, haunting, colorful, and disturbing, Red Sorghum is a powerful novel that is set during one of the darkest periods of Chinese history: the Japanese invasion of the 1930’s. I’d known from reading The Rape Of Nanking some of the horrors that Japanese soldiers did to defenseless civilians, but to read about them in a novel, one in which I grew to love its setting and characters, is especially unsettling. Amidst all the wretched spoils of war and unstable love affairs in Red Sorghum, atm [...]

    28. The only thing more ubiquitous in Mo Yan's prose than the shimmering image of a red field of fluttering sorghum stalks is the repeatedly abrupt appearance of a festering corpse or a newly opened, vigorously gushing flesh wound. Red Sorghum masterfully balances evocative colorful landscapes and morbidly cruel human violence. The contrast is harsh and beautiful and painful.If you want to understand why Mo Yan was awarded the Nobel a few years ago, read this novel. In my mind, it alone justifies th [...]

    29. Per quanto non mi abbia emotivamente entusiasmato, Sorgo rosso è un libro che trasuda tragicità da Nobel. Conosco poco (se non nulla) della letteratura cinese contemporanea, ma Nobel a parte non fatico a credere che Mo Yan sia davvero una delle più brillanti penne del suo mastodontico paese.All'epicità della trama - il cui sapore contemporaneo si coglie nel complicatissimo intreccio temporale delle vicende - si accompagna uno stile esageratamente ricco, che rende viva l'immagine del sorgo ro [...]

    30. "Red Sorghum" is one of the books I once started, but didn't finish, a book with multiple timelines that reach back to the time when Japan invaded China. The red in the title refers both to the Communist party, and to all the blood that was shed. I was at the Book Fair in Frankfurt when the Nobel Prize for Literature 2012 was announced: Mo Yan. Reading into it again now, i remembered what i wrote about reading a previous Nobel Winner, Herta Müller: "war, and the hardship it brings on so many le [...]

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