Hjärtdjur

Hj rtdjur Den lilla gruppen v nner m ste hela tiden akta sig f r Securitatem nnen i Ceausescus Rum nien De vet aldrig n r det r dags f r n sta f rh r s det r lika bra att f rs ka g ra det b sta m jliga av situ

  • Title: Hjärtdjur
  • Author: Herta Müller Karin Löfdahl
  • ISBN: 9789174290929
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • Den lilla gruppen v nner m ste hela tiden akta sig f r Securitatem nnen i Ceausescus Rum nien De vet aldrig n r det r dags f r n sta f rh r, s det r lika bra att f rs ka g ra det b sta m jliga av situationen Med hj lp av spr ket, ber ttelserna och humorn f rs ker v nnerna verleva det totalit ra f rtrycket.Herta M ller r en av de mest hyllade tyskspr kiga f rfattarnaDen lilla gruppen v nner m ste hela tiden akta sig f r Securitatem nnen i Ceausescus Rum nien De vet aldrig n r det r dags f r n sta f rh r, s det r lika bra att f rs ka g ra det b sta m jliga av situationen Med hj lp av spr ket, ber ttelserna och humorn f rs ker v nnerna verleva det totalit ra f rtrycket.Herta M ller r en av de mest hyllade tyskspr kiga f rfattarna idag Hennes poetiska stil med v gad och sl ende symbolik hittar samband mellan spr ket och v rlden d r vi minst anade att de fanns.

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    1. Another gem from the Nobel Prize-winning author (2009) of The Hunger Angel and The Appointment. She writes about life in Romania under the communist dictator Ceausescu (1965-1989). Muller grew up as a member of Romania’s large German minority and she writes in German.A group of young people from impoverished rural backgrounds are thrown together in college dorms in the big city – the young women, six to a room. The oppression of the dictator is everywhere and talk of his health is constant. [...]

    2. Herztier = The Land of Green Plums, Herta Müller عنوان: سرزمین گوجه های سبز؛ نویسنده: هرتا مولر؛ مترجم: غلامحسین میرزا صالح؛ تهران، انتشارات مازیار، در 256 ص؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان رومانیایی قرن 20 ممولر نفوذ دیکتاتوری کمونیسم را به خلوت‌ترین گوشه های ذهن مردم اروپای شرقی، در این کتاب به تصوی [...]

    3. LA MADRE È BRAVA. L'ALBERO È VERDE. L'ACQUA SCORRE. LA SABBIA È PESANTE. IL SOLE BRUCIA.Benvenuti al festival della metafora, dove anche un punto fermo è la metafora di una virgola e due punti di un punto interrogativo. Uno sguardo pieno d'angoscia, al quale la realtà appare gravida di minacce, forse, non poteva esprimersi se non per metafore?André Thijssen: Car with Balls, USA, 2002.La bestia del cuore del titolo originale (Herztier") si è trasformata nel paese delle prugne verdi della t [...]

    4. Possesses a narrative patterning that is strikingly beautiful. There's compression, too, and suspense, though it's not a mystery or thriller. It's character driven so there's no real plot. Yet the vivid picture Herta Müller paints of Communist Romania under dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu is an absolute horror. I mean, the inanity of harassing perfectly harmless people and interrogating them and humiliating them for no purpose other than to instill fear and, thus, submission. Hannah Arendt's phrase [...]

    5. It was all in their eyes, Romanian eyes, eyes of fear, eyes of suffering, eyes of sadness. Fast forward, 1989, December 25, how could I forget, Christmas day. Family, festive spirits, presents, death by firing squad, Nicolae Ceaușescu, wife Elena, two tickets, one wayHell. "The Land of Green Plums" a moving account for a group of students trying to better themselves under Ceaușescu's reign of terror, living in a totalitarian state, that would effect every aspect day after day. Poverty stricken [...]

    6. "Herztier" who would like to Reading this book, should be aware that this is not an entertainment reading. Books about bad times are often rated differently. She tells her story in a highly poetic, very associative, but at the same time in a very robust language. This book leaves a mixed sense. In the shock of the narrated events the admiration for the literary achievement mingles. Especially the language enthusiastic, in which the female characters are described very sensitively. At the beginni [...]

    7. "Not everyone is lucky enough to be able to say openly how they feel in their hearts. Some people have to keep their hearts hidden." - Alfred ChesterA table and a chair now stood in the cube where Lola's bed had been. And on the table, a big preserving jar with long sprays from the scruffy park, dwarf white roses with delicately serrated leaves. The branches put down white roots in the water. The girls could walk and eat and sleep in the cube. They weren't afraid to sing in front of Lola's leave [...]

    8. There are (were) Germans in Romania? Swabians, I think they are called. I confess a gap here. I knew, of course, about Germans in Czechoslovakia. A convenient casus belli. But there was this community of Germans in Romania after one shuffling of nations. (Don't tell Adolf!)Herta Müller was one of them. This work (maybe all her works, from what I've read) is semi-autobiographical. Her father had been a member of the Waffen SS during World War II, and earned a living as a truck driver in Communis [...]

    9. When i started to read, i thought: "Oh no, stream-of-conscious-like, unconnected episodes in a weird language.", but as i progressed i slowly started to appreciate Müller's unusual language. The metaphors are strange, but are very expressive.They make you feel the opressive atmosphere in a totalitarian regime, one starts to feel persecuted by "harmless men with dogs" walking behind you, one can relate perfectly well to how the characters grow more and more hopeless and depressed despite of thei [...]

    10. Like the Aira novel I just reviewed, I felt something lost in translation here. I picked up this novel after reading Jesse Ball's Curfew and seeing another critic on claim that Land of Green Plums was a better entry in the genre. The genre, I guess, is that of Kafka-- absurdist fairy tales of life in a police state. It seems a little silly to rank Muller and Ball. The difference between them might be summed as the difference between a Central/Eastern European and an American sensibility. Ball i [...]

    11. O Nobel atrai, naturalmente, mas o que me interessava nesta obra era o seu contexto, a vida sob o regime comunista da Roménia pré-Revolução. Em 1989 assisti àquilo que foi a primeira Revolução emitida em direto pelo meio de televisão, em desacordo com o título do poema de Gil Scott-Heron, “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” (1970), ainda que não com o conteúdo da sua mensagem.[imagem]A revolução foi televisionada.Era adolescente, nascido um par de meses após a Revolução po [...]

    12. „Wenn wir schweigen, werden wir unangenehm, sagte Edgar, wenn wir reden, werden wir lächerlich.“("When we’re silent, we become unpleasant, said Edgar, when we speak, we become laughable.")I’m finally getting comfortable with Müller’s writing. It is like looking through a disorganized, virtual scrapbook filled with mementos, photos, and short snippets of grainy 8 mm films. The story doesn’t start taking shape until the reader thinks about what those mementos are connected to and pay [...]

    13. it seems to me that if you want or need to write about the intensely traumatic life of people under a brutal dictatorship, writing with the language of children is a good way to go. i deduce from other things i've read by herta mūller (okay, basically only her nobel lecture, which i can't recommend highly enough), that this novel is autobiographical, and i find profoundly inspirational that she helped herself through the process of writing about her trauma by using great inventiveness of imager [...]

    14. I wanted to like this book. I really did. With it being the spawn of a Nobel Laureate and a book that purposed to explore the human side-effects of dictatorial Romania, I was certain that this book would tickle my literary side while also indulging my inner humanitarian. But sadly, it didn't.The biggest reason for it's failure? It simply was too confusing. I love the well-turned phrase as much as the next one, but when poetry and beauty starts to inhibit the progression of plot and understanding [...]

    15. The Land of Green Plums is an overwhelming allegorical saga of Banat Swabians (German minority populace) inhabiting in Romania, who lived under constant scrutiny and fear after WWII; especially throughout vigilant torment of Nicolae Ceaușescu(1965-1989).** Whatever you carry out of your province, you carry out in your face.** When we don’t speak, said Edgar, we become unbearable and when we do, we make fools of ourselves.Muller delineates the story of barren lands, mournful eyes, optimistic h [...]

    16. No one writes quite like Herta Müller. One reviewer has spoken of her "incantatory prose," which describes well the almost hypnotic rhythm of her sentences. Another characteristic of her writing is that she invariably describes things from I guess what I would say "the other way around." Often this involves an element of personification. A person does not carry a suitcase but the suitcase "stretches her arm." A woman bathed in light does not look up at the crucifix hanging on the dark wall, but [...]

    17. این‌قدر که خوب بود چیزی ندارم بگم، فقط بخش‌هایی از کتاب که به‌نظر جالب میومد رو می‌نویسم:‏عرق، سر را از منهیات و حرف‌های بودار حفظ می‌کند و خوراک، دهان را از سخن گفتن. حتی زمانی که زبان مشغول وراجی است، اعتیاد به ترس و هراس دست از سر کلام برنمی‌دارد.‏___________شایعات به ما هشد [...]

    18. شايد كمي زياده شاعرانه بود؟ به هر روي به خوبي نشان مي‌دهد كه كشوري توتاليترزده به چه روزي مي‌افتد و مردمانش در چه منجلاب و گهي فرو رفته‌اند

    19. Snellezen is hier niet aan de orde. Regelmatig terugkeren om de schoonheid van de beschreven zinnen nog eens op te nemen wel. In Hartedier staat geen woord te veel. De achterflap vertelt dat het gaat over het Roemenië onder Ceascescu. Een plek waar je kan worden gearresteerd en verhoord omdat je loopt te lachen op straat. Waar je huis elk moment kan worden doorzocht. Waar je haren op koffers legt om te kijken of iemand ze heeft geopend. Waar je boeken in beerputten verstopt. Er is niet echt een [...]

    20. رغم أن الهمزات في غير مواضعها، ورغم أن كلمة "فضائع" وردت عدة مرات، ورغم أن الترجمة ضعفت في بعض المواطن. أحببتُ هذه الرواية الصعبة، التي تقرأ ببطء، مثل مليون صورة صغيرة تتدفق داخل رأسك وترسم لوحة نهائية للألم.

    21. سرزمین گوجه های سبز روایت مردمانیست در حسرت آزادی و در هراس از دیکتاتورهای حکومت توتالیتر کتاب از نظر نگارش ساده بود و نثر گزنده داشت خوندن این کتاب از اتفاق های خوب زندگی من بود

    22. Se tivesse que definir este livro diria que é um romance sobre opressão, medo, resistência e desesperança. Desenrolando-se num cenário que é a Roménia de Ceausescu, não se encaixa, contudo, nos padrões do romance histórico. É antes um relato de situações quotidianas, envolvendo personagens que retratam pessoas comuns, que vivem oprimidas num regime totalitário contra o qual intimamente se insurgem, mas com um sentimento de inépcia e desalento. Um relato contido, que prescinde do m [...]

    23. Sempre a proposito di Nobel.Così scrivevo nel 2011.Mi dispiace ma ti abbandono, sarò io che in questo momento non sono all’altezza di un premio Nobel, ma non ho voglia di impegnarmi a cercare di decifrarti.

    24. ما هر روز در مورد بیماری قدیم و جدید دیکتاتور شایعاتی می‌شنیدیم. البته هیچ‌کس باور نمی‌کرد؛ هرچند آدم‌ها با اولین کسی که رو‌به‌رو می‌شدند راجع به آن در‌گوشی پچ‌پچ می‌کردند. ما هم برای دیگران تعریف می‌کردیم. گویی شایعات حامل ویروس کشنده‌ای بود که امکان داشت به صورت خزند [...]

    25. Gorgeous prose poem about living (and dying) under an oppressive dictatorship, but ultimately - despite the beauty and interesting resonances of the imagery, which you almost had to feel rather than read - it felt to me distancing and slightly impenetrable. For something similar, my tastes run more toThe Vagrants - much more difficult and horrific, but somehow more suited to the subject matter.

    26. From My BlogRich, symbolic and full of lyrical prose, The Land of Green Plums by Herta Müller takes the reader to Romania and through the oppression suffered by the people under Ceausescu’s totalitarian regime. The narrator does not tell the story in a linear pattern, rather in bits and pieces that become interwoven to bring forth a masterful tapestry, rich, deep, and dark. The reader learns about Lola and the days leading up to her apparent suicide, which is what brings the narrator together [...]

    27. This book is weird and gloomy. Its bitterness wounds my heart. Müller's stream of consciousness was so strong that it stunned me.

    28. کتابی نیست که بر اساس یکبار خواندن بشود در مورد آن اظهار نظر جامعی کرد اما فعلا چند نکته در ذهن دارم که مایلم در مورد آن بنویسم:1) نمی دانم هرتا مولر تا چه اندازه توانسته یا اصلا مایل بوده وضعیت واقعی کشورش را در دوران ریاست جمهوری چائوشسکو به تصویر بکشد، اما قدر مسلم با رجوع به [...]

    29. Originally posted here.To be perfectly honest, I didn't plan on reading this book. In fact, I didn't know that this book even existed until  I bought a copy intended as a gift for my favorite reading Buddy, Angus, for Christmas last year. Unfortunately - or fortunately? - he got the book during our kris kringle, which meant I had to give him Orhan Pamuk's My Name Is Red instead - my back-up gift - and I get to keep this Müller novel myself.And then we agreed to buddy-read it for May, which [...]

    30. Δυνατές κριτικές, βραβείο Νόμπελ. Άντεξα περί τις 70σ. Δεν είναι κακό ανάγνωσμα, έχει κάποιες δυνατές εικόνες. Μπορεί άλλος να έχει περισσότερη τύχη. Μάλλον ήρθε η στιγμή να ξεκινήσω να χαρίζω βιβλία.

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