Skafander i motyl

Skafander i motyl By estet i kocha ycie Ale ycie nie wzi o tego w rachub Jak w skafandrze zamkn o go w jego w asnym ciele Wylew krwi do m zgu zaskoczy go w chwili gdy wypr bowuj c nowy model BMW jecha na spotkanie z

  • Title: Skafander i motyl
  • Author: Jean-Dominique Bauby Krzysztof Rutkowski
  • ISBN: 9788374538435
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • By estet i kocha ycie Ale ycie nie wzi o tego w rachub Jak w skafandrze zamkn o go w jego w asnym ciele Wylew krwi do m zgu zaskoczy go w chwili, gdy wypr bowuj c nowy model BMW, jecha na spotkanie z now towarzyszk ycia By 8 grudnia 1995 roku wiadomo odzyska w styczniu Ale by a to wiadomo zamurowana jak w wi zieniu, w znieruchomia ym ciele, nad kBy estet i kocha ycie Ale ycie nie wzi o tego w rachub Jak w skafandrze zamkn o go w jego w asnym ciele Wylew krwi do m zgu zaskoczy go w chwili, gdy wypr bowuj c nowy model BMW, jecha na spotkanie z now towarzyszk ycia By 8 grudnia 1995 roku wiadomo odzyska w styczniu Ale by a to wiadomo zamurowana jak w wi zieniu, w znieruchomia ym ciele, nad kt rym nie mia adnej kontroli Widzia , s ysza , nie straci powonienia ale straci swoje cia o Nie m g nawet prze yka pokarm w ani oddycha bez pomocy aparatury medycznej, a jedynym zewn trznym wyrazem obecnego w ciele ycia by a mrugaj ca jak motyl lewa powieka i nieznaczne poruszenie g ow Skafander i motyl W takim stanie napisa t ksi k Ksi k przejmuj c i poruszaj c , kt ra daje du o do my lenia O losie i o yciu, rzecz jasna, ale tak e o stosunku duszy do cia a, o stosunku my lenia i odczuwania do w asnej cielesno ci Napisa ksi k , kt rej znaczenie nie sprowadza si do sensu czysto literackiego czy nawet filozoficznego, bo jest ona zdarzeniem splataj cym w niepodzieln ca o literatur i egzystencj.

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    1. Words flow like the images and emotions of poetry. One thought leads to another. The rambling mind touches like a butterfly, just long enough to draw the essence from a story, and then moves fluidly to another. Jean-Dominique Bauby's body was an immobile weighty shell; the diving bell his perfect simile. Yet in his head he roved the world and composed the words that would let us in. Intent on looking for the cure to let him move again, he moves forward in his final words "We must keep looking. I [...]

    2. “Does it take the harsh light of disaster to show a person’s true nature?” The situation is unimaginable: waking from a coma to find yourself trapped in your own body, able to think clearly and understand what is going on around you, but unable to partake in any of what transpires. It’s called “locked in syndrome,” and Jean-Dominique Bauby finds himself a victim of it when he awakes from a coma following a serious stroke that damaged his brain stem and left him almost totally paralyz [...]

    3. I know I will likely get flayed alive for rating this one so low, but I just can't see the worship behind itFirst, let me say that the "writing" of the book by someone in such a state is an amazing accomplishment and I dare not take that away from him. (For those that don't know, it was dictated by Jean-Dominique Bauby - former editor of the french Elle - who had a severe seizure and after damage to his brain stem, was diagnosed with locked in syndrome. The entire book was dictated, letter by le [...]

    4. التواصل الانساني غاية في البساطة والجمال والصعوبة في بعض أحيانيوميات الصحفي جون دومينيك يمتزج فيها الحزن والسخرية والحنينكتبها بعد إصابته بمتلازمة المنحبس, وكأنه يُحرر أفكاره وذكرياته من سجن الجسدلكن الأجمل هي رغبته في التواصل والإحساس بالحياة برغم حالته المرضية

    5. Prognosis: Man can be inspired and find beauty even at his own death bed.But there is a question even Bauby asks himself: Does all of this a novel make?No. (Not even a decent.dote?)It is, however, testament of the prognosis which questions the central Meaning of Life question. Bauby finds personal beauty, even if he cannot do anything with it but blink it in code to his nurse since he is absolutely paralyzed. But this is no Anne Frank, however. This is no beauty pertaining to a person trapped. I [...]

    6. Jean-Dominique Baube, the forty-something editor of Elle magazine in Paris, husband, father, was stricken by a rare brain disease. After several weeks in a coma he awoke to find that he was a prisoner inside his own body, with control over only his left eye, and motion limited to twisting his head left and right, somewhat. Yet this man managed, with help, to not only maintain his sanity and his optimism, but his appreciation of beauty and his sense of humor. This is a case in which imagination i [...]

    7. **spoiler alert**In 1995, Jean-Dominique Bauby, the editor-in-chief of French Elle magazine, suffered a massive stroke to his brain stem which left him totally paralyzed and in a condition called locked-in syndrome. He could only move his left eyelid. For my part, I would have preferred to have died instantly than to have suffered what Mr. Bauby suffered. But we don't always get to choose, and to his credit he seems to have made the best of his situation. He did write this book after all, but on [...]

    8. ليست رواية بالمعنى الحرفي هي مذكرات المرض لرجل مصاب بـمتلازمة المنحبسالمصابون بهذا المرض يشعرون بكل أجزاء جسمهم لكنهم لا يستطيعون تحريك أي شيء من جسمهم، سوى رمش العين يصور الكاتب في كتابه هذا مشاعره إزاء ما يحيط به، فهو يعيش ويسمع ما يحيط به لكنه لا يستطيع المشاركة بشيء، لا [...]

    9. The Diving Bell and the ButterflyLocked-in-syndrome: totally paralyzed, unable to speak, but completely conscious. I find it hard to imagine a condition that's worse than this one. People who suffer a stroke, are at a risk to suffer from this condition (luckily, mostly not this bad). Is there still dignity in a life like this? The writer of this memoir, suffered from this condition, and was only able to move one eye. His left eye. Needless to say this was a powerful read. Its popularity is partl [...]

    10. O carte scrisă literă cu literă, unde fiecare literă reprezintă o mișcare de pleoapă. O singură pleoapă spune povestea unui om zidit în propriul trup, al cărui suflet evadează în imaginație și în amintiri. Un suflet viu într-un trup (aproape) mort, afectat de locked-in syndrome.Recomand această carte tuturor celor care se simt locked-in. Blocați în propriile vieți, incapabili să comunice cu cei din jur, care sunt la rândul lor prinși în capcană de propria existență, d [...]

    11. I won’t recommend reading this book while signing up for insurance. I started a job recently and was overwhelmed by the different ways I could insure myself and loved ones against horrible tidings. [The following are actual insurance plans. I couldn’t make these up.]Benefits Department: Do you want life insurance?Me: Yes! Someone should profit from my death. Party at the funeral home!Benefits Department: Do you want supplement group variable universal life insurance?Me: I could be worth $2.5 [...]

    12. This book involves 28 short stories, or you can say, pieces of memory from the former editor of French Elle magazine, Jean-Dominique Bauby, who was permanently paralyzed after a severe stroke. His only way of communication was by blinking his left eye and that was how he patiently spelled this book out. As he put it, and I firmly believed in him, that his main task was to "compose the first of these bedridden travel notes so that I shall be ready when my publisher's emissary arrives to take my d [...]

    13. ‘ডাইভিং বেল’ হলো ডুবুরীদের সমুদ্রের গভীরে পাঠাবার বিশেষ এক ব্যবস্থা। বাতাসকে কাজে লাগিয়ে অত্যন্ত সরল এই যন্ত্রটির ব্যবহার শুরু সম্ভবত অ্যারিস্টটল এর সময়কাল থেকে। ছোটবেলায় গোসল করতে গেল [...]

    14. I just saw the movie adaptation last Friday, the day before my father-in-law passed away: perhaps not the best time, but I'm the type of person who refuses to get myself out of my mood, but prefers to dwell on my feelings. I actually found the movie much darker than the book itself, which I read when it first came out in English. As the book's from his perspective, we are spared the experience of the silence and loneliness he is encased in. The movie, in contrast, depicts just how terrifying and [...]

    15. When I first heard about it I did not think it would be the sort of thing I would be interested in reading and definately not the sort of thing I would be interested in watching (having heard it had recently been turned into a film). One of my best friends, a man who is a great deal more sensitive and open minded than I could ever hope to be asked me if i'd read it. "A book about a man who wrote the book by blinking one eyelid?" I asked. "But I like the Die Hard Quadrology, 300 and Wilbur Smith [...]

    16. في الحقيقة المشجع الأكبر ،هو الدار ،دار مسكيلياني، فمن يترجم لديهم غالبًا ترجمتهم بالفعل رائعة وتدهشني .أما الرغبة الثانية لقراءة هذا الرواية الشبيهة نوعا ما بسيرة ذاتية ،هومقاومة الأمراض ،دائما أبحث عنه حتى ولو كان المرض جديدًا علي ولم أعرفه ،أود أن أعرف ماهي وجهة نظر الم [...]

    17. this is quite an achievement e writer a quadraplegic with locked in syndrome who died shortly after the publication of this book mangages to make himself into a totally unsympathetic character .i really disliked this book i suppose because it has gained such an good reputation . this is mis-lit at its worst . the author is completely self obsessed perhaps unsurprisingly and the profundity is not much above that found in a Hallmark card . it seems that the things the author misses most are his tr [...]

    18. ما تختزله هذه الرواية القصيرة من الخيال والقصص يكاد يفوق صفحاتها المائة والعشرون وكأن الألم والإحساس بالمفارقة هو من صنع الفارقرواية تفرغ منك ولا تفرغ منها يكاد هاجس السحر في طياتها ينبع بالفعل من كونها كتبت برمش العين اليسرى فالمفارق ليس له أداة تعبير غيرها ولا حيلة له سو [...]

    19. This is one of those books where the story behind the story was more interesting to me than the book itself. For those who don't know, Jean-Dominique Bauby (the former editor-in-chief of French Elle, had a stroke in his mid 40's that left him with a body entirely paralyzed but a mind fully intact. This is referred to as locked-in syndrome, a condition that, in the author's words, is "like a mind in a jar."The one part of his body that Bauby could move was his left eyelid. Remarkably, he was able [...]

    20. Anyone that is able to get through this without showing the slightest bit of emotion is not a human being. A remarkable story of a remarkable man, so full of life one minute and reduced to movement in one eye the next, a haunting, harrowing look inside the mind of a person with locked-in syndrome you would think this would end up as a rant of anger and "why did this happen to me", but his dignified manner and spirit was truly inspirational and caught me out at just how uplifting it would turn ou [...]

    21. I read it in an afternoon and it is, in one word, beautiful. This book was, for me, about the simple things we often overlook, mostly because we're too busy and don't take the time to actually look, but also because seeing takes a particular state of mind, it requires an openness, that is not always easy to come by. Jean-Dominique definitely had the time to observe the world, and the immensity of the strength, courage and determination it took to put a fraction of those things onto paper is enou [...]

    22. ينقل الكتاب معاناة رجل فرنسي كان يعمل مديرا لتحرير مجلة شهيرة، أصيب الرجل بما يشبه الجلطة التي أدت إلى إصابة جميع جسده بالشلل ماعدا عينه اليسرى التي بقت سليمة ومكنته من التواصل مع الآخرين من خلال تحريك رمشه بطريقة خاصة. نقل الكاتب أفكاره وخواطره وآلامه وحتى سخريته من خلال إم [...]

    23. A Small Book with a Big Soul Jean-Dominique Bauby's "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" is a small book composed of many big wonders. Primary among this book's extraordinary qualities is the fact that Bauby, a former editor in chief of the world-famous French Elle, was able to "write" it at all. after suffering a stroke to his brain stem and spending 20 days in a coma, Bauby regained command of a nearly clairvoyant intellect but lost all authority over his body. The sole physical function he ret [...]

    24. حرصت على إقتناء الكتاب فقط تقديرا وإجلالاً لـ ( إرادة ) المؤلف الجبارة كيف لا وهو من أصر على تأليف كتابه هذا بالكامل في عقله وأملاه حرفاً بحرف ( برمشة ) من عينه اليسرى وهي العضو الوحيد الذي لازال يمكنه التحكم فيه بعد إصابته بشلل كامل إثر جلطة !!؟ وكانت مساعدته ( كلود مندي بيل ) هي [...]

    25. This was a difficult read with regards to subject matter, but not when it comes to writing style. Jean-Dominique Bauby, the former editor of the French edition of “Elle” magazine, was paralyzed after a huge stroke. It’s amazing to me that he dictated this book letter by letter by blinking one eyelid, the only part of his body that wasn’t paralyzed. The fact that he managed to keep his brain engaged and alive given his situation is a miracle. This book is heartbreaking, insightful, and so [...]

    26. The power of this short memoir is that it exists.The Diving Bell and the Butterfly is a collection of short reflections and anecdotes by Jean-Dominique Bauby, the once-editor of the French Elle who at age forty-three suffered a massive stroke that left him completely paralyzed, unable to move or communicate save by blinking his left eye.Knowing this, every page of prose is a modern miracle. It helps that the prose is really good.The experience of reading this, then, becomes a source of great cog [...]

    27. I had forgotten I read this some time ago, but it still sticks with me today. I also saw the movie, which I thought stayed true to the book, but also added visuals which really brought this story alive. Interesting choice of wordsive. I don't know if I would want to be alive in this state. This was a very unique look at a disease called "locked-in-syndrome.

    28. The wide margins and short chapters of this thin volume are important physical features Bauby's memoir. They're a constant reminder that every word, every letter came at a very high cost. It's impossible to forget, if a passage seems short, that it had to be dictated one letter at a time, using an amazingly laborious process called partner-assisted scanning—an interlocutor recites the alphabet until the "speaker" indicates the correct letter has been reached, at which point the letter is copie [...]

    29. This book is simply beautiful. I wish my French was still good enough to read the original version, but this was still an incredible translation.It reads more like a series of vignettes, and Bauby's writing is just gorgeous. This is a quick read--it's under 200 pages, and the text itself doesn't take up much of the page--but it is incredibly emotionally impactful.

    30. This is a series of vignettes composed and painstakingly dictated by a man with "locked-in" syndrome. He could only communicate with eye blinks, but had a very fertile and sharp mind. He shares what it's like to live with his condition, as well as stories from his life before the stroke that stole his freedom. There is sadness, of course, and a certain amount of "why me?", but it's never maudlin, and he managed to keep his sense of humor. Very short and worth reading. Be grateful for the small t [...]

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