Şotron

otron Comparat cu Ulise al lui James Joyce Sotron a devenit un roman cult al secolului XX revolutionind toate aspectele naratiunii traditionale si plasindu se la extrema celei mai indraznete aventuri arti

  • Title: Şotron
  • Author: Julio Cortázar Tudora Şandru Mehedinţi
  • ISBN: 9789734621828
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • Comparat cu Ulise al lui James Joyce, Sotron a devenit un roman cult al secolului XX, revolutionind toate aspectele naratiunii traditionale si plasindu se la extrema celei mai indraznete aventuri artistice Protagonistii Sotronului, intelectualul argentinian Oliveira, spirit lucid, framintat si sfisiat deopotriva de mistere existentiale, si iubita sa Maga, intruchipare poeComparat cu Ulise al lui James Joyce, Sotron a devenit un roman cult al secolului XX, revolutionind toate aspectele naratiunii traditionale si plasindu se la extrema celei mai indraznete aventuri artistice Protagonistii Sotronului, intelectualul argentinian Oliveira, spirit lucid, framintat si sfisiat deopotriva de mistere existentiale, si iubita sa Maga, intruchipare poetica a nonconformismului grefat pe un farmec natural vesnic reinnoit, se intilnesc, se iubesc, se resping, se pierd si se cauta, se regasesc, traindu si cu extrema intensitate dramatica lor poveste de dragoste, sublimata intr un simbol al miticei perechi Orfeu Euridice, in atmosfera Parisului anilor 60.

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    1. Table of InstructionsThis review consists of two reviews. The first can be read in a normal fashion. Start from 1 and go to 12, at the close of which there are three garish little stars which stand for the words The End. Consequently, the reader may ignore what follows with a clean conscience.The second should be read by beginning with 1 and then following the sequence indicated at the end of each sentence or paragraph. For example, if you see “> 24”, then proceed to paragraph/sentence # [...]

    2. Rayuela, libro terminado muy despaciosamente, releído muchas veces por partes, leído al revés y al derecho, de la mitad en adelante o hacia atras. Este si es el libro de mi adolescencia, este es el libro de mis amores imposibles, este es el libro de mis obsesiones, es el libro que refleja mi estupidez, mi terquedad, mis deseos más profundos, mis imposibilidades, este libro soy yo. El libro que refleja mis trastornos, mis alegrías, mis pasiones, mis penas, mis terquedades, lo que quiero ser [...]

    3. I wanted to read this because I had seen it included in some lists of the twentieth century's great novels. It is a very interesting book, quite entertaining in places but I can't pretend it is an easy read. Before one even starts there is a preamble which explains that you have at least two choices - either to read the first 56 chapters in sequence (presumably ignoring the rest) or to follow an alternative path through the book which is listed at the start and misses out Chapter 55. I opted for [...]

    4. 8 years after i read this book, i finally understand why i didn't like it. apparently, this is an "either/or book", but i read it as an "and then" book.dr. claims:An author's note suggests that the book would best be read in one of two possible ways, either progressively from chapters 1 to 56 or by "hopscotching" through the entire set of 155 chapters according to a "Table of Instructions" designated by the author. Cortázar also leaves the reader the option of choosing a unique path through th [...]

    5. Here’s a link to the Quarterly Conversation review of Hopscotch, it’s really a very good review, and does a fine job elucidating this book’s qualities and its value in the realm of literature, if I were to write a proper review of the book it would be a shadow plagiarization of this :quarterlyconversation/hopsOr you could go read Jimmy’s review, which, as I’ve said below, is one of the finest and most fun reviews here on - do yourselves a favor and get to know Jimmy’s writing:/revie [...]

    6. To enter in Hopscotch, one must accept the rule of the game: one throws a stone and by hopping one jumps from box to box. Then perhaps, if one is skilful, patient and persevering, one will reach heaven So I read by jumping from one chapter to another, according to the non-linear order proposed at the beginning of the work by the author himself. And I must say that it is a disturbing experience: the reader must constantly interrupt himself in his reading of the novel which constitutes the first [...]

    7. I have never been more wrong about a novel I was about Hopscotch. A baffled first reading took place seven annums past, and a vexed and unfair one-star review lingered on my profile for a half that period until three years ago (the shame!), when I suspected there to be more to Cortázar and issued a partial retraction for the slander. Recent encounters with Cronopios and Famas and A Manual for Manuel showed me that Cortázar was in fact an essential writer of some magical powers, and a cheap enc [...]

    8. Άργησα λίγο αλλά τα κατάφερα. Στην πραγματικότητα είναι κανά 2-3 μέρες που έχω τελειώσει την ανάγνωση αλλά για να μαι απολύτως ειλικρινής δεν ήξερα τι ακριβώς ήθελα να γράψω ως κριτική για το συγκεκριμένο βιβλίο. Δεν ήξερα πως ακριβώς να σας περιγράψω πως κύλησε η ανάγνωση τ [...]

    9. AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH! I had to read this for a book club. I read about 80 pages of this and threw it across the room. Wish I didn't. Maybe I could've gotten more for it when I traded it in. pretentiousness wrapped/uptight faux beatness. What I remember: expat intellectuals crying over jazz records having an "artistic" time in paris. Well read guy pines for girl who doesn't catch all his references but, you know, feels things. The cover blurb makes it look like it will change your life and then mak [...]

    10. 1. "A General Idea is Enough" (First Impressions)When I started reading this novel, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the writing. (-871)Each short (!) chapter seemed like an extrapolation on a single image in a photo album or a contribution to a literary almanac. Unlike a chronological album of holiday snaps, it didn't seem to matter much in what order the images were displayed. I adapted to jumping around the chronology pretty quickly.The first part of the book was a panoramic view of the [...]

    11. No es sencillo escribir sobre Rayuela porque éste definitivamente no es un libro común ni para todo el mundo. Por empezar, hay dos formas posibles de lectura: siguiendo la guía del principio del libro que nos hace saltar de atrás para adelante entre los 155 capítulos, o leyendo de corrido (y en versión más breve) del 1 al 56.Me pareció una genialidad el sistema y un lío bárbaro también. Es muy original e inteligente, y me gustó aún más cuando, mirándolo con más atención, me di c [...]

    12. Hopefully no spoilers but this book really cannot be spoiled.This book is most likely a 5 star book. When I do a reread and read the 100+ extra chapters I am sure I will have a much greater opinion of this book than I already do. I started not really caring for Cortazar's style in the first two chapters and 56 chapters later I am a convert. Some good powerful stuff was done here - and not just the language but the themes and the ideas were mind-blowing.I loved The Club and didn't find them as ba [...]

    13. romanda bizzat bahsedildiği gibi klasik yazarlar öğretmek, romantik yazarlar anlaşılmak istiyor. üçüncü ihtimalde ise okurla yol arkadaşlığı talebi olan yazarlar var. okur bu seçeneklerin hepsinde yazarla anlaşmak durumunda. yazar öğretiyorsa öğrenmeye çalışacak, yazar anlaşılmak istiyorsa anlamaya çalışacak, yol arkadaşlığı istiyorsa yazara arkadaş olacak. cortazar seksek'te okuru bu anlaşmasını bozmaya zorluyor. önce, daha romana başlamadan iki farklı okum [...]

    14. I've been looking for symmetry in places, likely as not unlikely. Counting every crack in the ceiling OCD, counting the walls to see if there's a third wall to break, carpet burn for the crawling knees. Missed one and have to go back and start from the beginning OCD. Hopscotch is about thinking. The ugly patterns (rug burn patterns? Probably ugly orange carpet that was recalled in the 1970s) and perverted loops. Don't think that, take two steps back or one leap forward. I found break your mama's [...]

    15. La nota di Cortázar all'inizio di Rayuela spiega come questo libro possa essere letto in almeno due modi: il primo tradizionale, ordinato, dal capitolo 1 al 56 e senza capitoli aggiuntivi; l'altro apparentemente molto sperimentale, partendo dal capitolo 73 e seguendo di volta in volta le indicazioni per saltare da un capitolo all'altro. Lui stesso ha scritto il libro in modo quasi involontario, rendendosi conto soltanto dopo la stesura di diverse parti che queste potevano essere raccolte per fo [...]

    16. He went back to sleep like a person who is looking for his place and his house after a long road in the rain and the cold.I should pen an untimely aphorism detailing my experiences with Hopscotch. This is not that effort. It appears that I read the linear, sequential version of this novel in my mid-20s. I suspected such about midway through my more spirited reading of this last week. A phone call to Stephen J. Powell confirmed it. Apparently I gave Mr. Powell a copy of the novel and raved about [...]

    17. من يقرأ هذه الرواية منكم سيرى معنى أن يتوه المرء- كاتب كان أم قارئ- في جيب معرفته، و أن يخشى حدود المعرفة عند الآخرين مهما كانت ثقته بمعرفته الخاصة. سيُفرِق بين المعرفة و تصور المعرفة، و يدرك كم هو مربك استخدام المعرفة العشوائي سواء كانت أطنان أم محض تصورات.أخيرًا انتهى هذا ال [...]

    18. From the Other SideIn my teensHopscotchhad a status of cult novel and maybe still it has. To its popularity in Poland contributed such accurate and reckless translation that even Cortazar had said once jokingly that he would love to know what translator really had written there. Along with Dostoyevsky and Camus it was my youthful reading. I loved that existential climate, these days spent on wanderings, night’s never-ending conversations on art, philisophy and life, in fumes of cigarettes, was [...]

    19. A estas alturas creo que todo lo que uno pueda decir, incluso pensar, sobre Rayuela ya lo han dicho o pensado otros. Dicho lo anterior, decir que la novela me ha gustado, mucho. Nada había leído de Cortázar hasta la fecha y esta novela es un artefacto narrativo deslumbrante y subyugante por muchos motivos. Lo he leído siguiendo el tablero de dirección, leyendo todos los capítulos, con la edición de Cátedra, donde el prólogo de casi 100 páginas resulta muy interesante y provechoso, y do [...]

    20. Many writers of the twentieth century tried to make literature resemble many other things… Thus Julio Cortázar turned his novel into a children’s game Hopscotch so that a reader would be obliged to leap from chapter to chapter like a flea.Writers go in a voluntary exile not to see exotic places – they seek birds of a feather, they want to be in a flock of those who would understand them and reciprocate…“…under the eaves of vomity nights of music and tobacco and little meannesses and [...]

    21. O experienţă literară dificilă, complexă, cu două variante posibile de lectură. Cartea nu se citeşte cursiv, începând cu pagina 1 si terminând cu ultima, ci se urmează indicaţiile autorului: "acum sari la pagina 116"; "acum treci la Capitolul 8"; "acum citeşte Capitolul 2", acum revino la pagina 1" etc. şi fiecare din cele două variante de a o citi are propria ei poveste, propria trăire, propriul mesaj, diferite de ale celeilalte, plăsmuindu-ți astfel propriul Șotron, cel per [...]

    22. Rayuela es distinto a todo lo que leí hasta ahora. Cortázar va mas allá, no solo por el plus de poder leerlo desordenado, va mas allá en la forma de narrar. Es un escritor especial, con cada renglón te hace pensar las cosas desde otro plano. Es un grandísimo observador, tiene esa habilidad que tienen los niños y los grandes artistas, de ver una cosa y a partir de ella descubrir millones. Los humanos normales perdemos esa habilidad cuando crecemos, Cortázar la mantiene intacta. Leer este [...]

    23. Coming up with an adequate reaction to Hopscotch involves a bit of a paradox. For instance, try this: Hopscotch is a really great book, but I would have liked it more if I didn't hate it so much. How about this, Hopscotchis a bore and a struggle to get through, but it's also one of the most brilliantly breathtaking books I've ever read. The best analogy I can think of to explain this reaction to Cortázar's novel is that Hopscotch like an incredibly great computer or device application with an i [...]

    24. "Andábamos sin buscarnos pero sabiendo que andábamos para encontrarnos"Bello, bello, bello. Uno de mis libros favoritos que leería mil veces, ordenado y desordenado.

    25. Six weeks later. There are lots of reviews to read about Hopscotch here so these are just my impressions. A much read and highly rated book. I’ve given it four stars because six weeks or so after finishing it, it’s still with me. Plenty of images - plenty of questions - plenty of nostalgia. The principal character, Horacio, is apparently on a quest. He, and all of his Parisian friends, are looking for something in life. “What is he searching for? Is he searching for himself? He would not b [...]

    26. En una entrevista, Cortázar exponía que su mayor sorpresa después de publicar Rayuela fue que este encajó más con la juventud que con los lectores de su generación. A mí me sorprende que esto le sorprendiera. Yo me enamoré de él en mi juventud. Después he cuestionado muchos de sus planteamientos, pero ello no ha impedido que me siga magnetizando su libertad, su pasión, y la forma tan maravillosa de exponerlas. Rayuela es una novela inclasificable, que se escapa de cualquier análisis, [...]

    27. Γιατί "Κουτσό"; Η απάντηση σχετίζεται με την ανάγνωση του έργου που… χοροπηδά από το ένα κεφάλαιο στο άλλο, μεταφέροντάς μας βήμα το βήμα σε διαφορετική κατεύθυνση και προσανατολισμό. Η γραμμική πορεία του κειμένου, όπως έχουμε συνηθίσει να την αντιλαμβανόμαστε και να την [...]

    28. 4.5 stars.Must one stay in the center of the crossroads, then, like the hub of a wheel? What good is it to know or to think we know that every road is false if we don’t walk with an idea that is not the road itself? We’re not Buddha, and there are no trees here to sit under in the lotus position. A cop appears and asks for your identity card.Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.Once all roads led to Rome, later they led to Paris.The 'City of Lights' [...]

    29. Θα ήθελα να είμαι στην ευχάριστη θέση να γράψω μια ''σοβαρή'' κριτική για Το Κουτσό αλλά αυτό θα προϋπέθετε μια δεύτερη απαραιτήτως ανάγνωση. Το αναφέρουν εξάλλου οι οδηγίες ανάγνωσης του βιβλίου (έχει και από αυτές!). Για να γίνω πιο σαφής, το βιβλίο αυτό μπορεί να διαβαστεί μ [...]

    30. "Sólo viviendo absurdamente se podría romper alguna vez este absurdo infinito." Capítulos sin orden especifico, poesía, música y metáforas, millones de metáforas, conforman esta maravillosa obra, en la que Horacio recorre las calles de París y nos cuenta de su relación con la Maga, una mujer ignorante, pero que, si nos damos cuenta bien, sabe más que Horacio, porque la Maga sabe vivir. Adicionalmente Horacio y la Maga conviven con un grupo de amigos bohemios, con quienes tienen convers [...]

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