La Pelle Di Zigrino

La Pelle Di Zigrino Un giovane ambizioso fragile e idealista spinto al suicidio dalla miseria e da una passione infelice Dopo aver speso i suoi ultimi denari alla roulette si ritrova in una bottega d antiquario dove u

  • Title: La Pelle Di Zigrino
  • Author: Honoré de Balzac Lanfranco Binni Cosimo Ortesta
  • ISBN: 9788811365570
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • Un giovane ambizioso, fragile e idealista, spinto al suicidio dalla miseria e da una passione infelice Dopo aver speso i suoi ultimi denari alla roulette si ritrova in una bottega d antiquario, dove uno sconosciuto dai tratti demoniaci gli offre in dono un talismano, la pelle di zigrino, che potr esaudire ogni suo desiderio ma si restringer ogni volta che ne verr esaUn giovane ambizioso, fragile e idealista, spinto al suicidio dalla miseria e da una passione infelice Dopo aver speso i suoi ultimi denari alla roulette si ritrova in una bottega d antiquario, dove uno sconosciuto dai tratti demoniaci gli offre in dono un talismano, la pelle di zigrino, che potr esaudire ogni suo desiderio ma si restringer ogni volta che ne verr esaudito uno, mentre la vita del giovane diventer sempre pi breve Il talismano, come ogni dono diabolico, mostra ben presto il suo terribile potere il Balzac pi fluviale e visionario che si mostra in queste pagine, in cui le disgressioni filosofiche si succedono a notazioni naturalistiche, in un ansia enciclopedica che prelude al romanzo di idee novecentesco.

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    1. La Peau de chagrin = The Wild Ass's Skin, Honoré de Balzac La Peau de chagrin (The Skin of Sorrow or The Wild Ass's Skin) is an 1831 novel by French novelist and playwright Honoré de Balzac (1799–1850). Set in early 19th-century Paris, it tells the story of a young man who finds a magic piece of shagreen that fulfills his every desire. For each wish granted, however, the skin shrinks and consumes a portion of his physical energy. La Peau de chagrin belongs to the Études philosophiques group [...]

    2. He made fun of everything, his own prospects included. Always short of money, he remained, like all men with a future before them, wallowing in inexpressible idleness, condensing a whole book into one epigram for the benefit of people who were incapable of putting one witticism into a whole book. Lavish of promises that he never kept, he had made his fortune and reputation into a cushion on which he slept, thus running the risk of coming to his senses, as an old man, in an almshouse. With all th [...]

    3. من چندان آدم باحوصله‌ای نیستم و معمولا هم در کتاب خواندن شتاب‌زده‌ام، به‌ویژه رمان که بیشتر برایم سرگرمی است. امّا چه چیزی باعث می‌شود بالزاک را با همه‌ی طول و تفصیل‌های آزارنده‌اش بپسندم؟بالزاک می‌داند چطور باید داستان تعریف کند، و کمدی انسانی می‌نویسد. موشکافی انسان [...]

    4. IntroductionNote on the TextTranslator's NoteSelect BibliographyA Chronology of Honoré de BalzacMap: Paris in 1830--The Wild Ass's SkinAppendix: Balzac's Preface to the First Edition, August 1831Explanatory Notes

    5. Gücünü fantastik bir öğeden almasına rağmen gerçekçilik (realizm) akımının öncüllerinden biri olan “Tılsımlı Deri / The Wild Ass's Skin / La Peau de chagrin”, Fransız yazar Balzac’ın kaleminin ne kadar güçlü olduğunu her satırında okuma şansı bulduğumuz etkileyici ve sürükleyici bir eser. Balzac’ın eleştiri odağında burjuvazinin bulunduğu kitapta son parasını kumarda kaybettiği için intihar etmeye karar veren yazar Raphael’in intihar etmeden hemen [...]

    6. The book is closed. I remain fascinated by the descriptions that, once I was immersed in the atmosphere allowed me to imagine every detail. I think the appearance of the old man who will reveal the shagreen to Raphael. The diabolical dimension of shagreen is paralleled with "The Damnation of Faust" by the author himself and it is interesting.This era of the 19th century is seen by an author living in that period. This is quite different from a contemporary author who brings the past.The pace of [...]

    7. The Wild Ass's Skin - or The Magic Skin, as it's known in some editions (neither of those titles are particularly appealing, I know) - is a literary novel of magical realism. It's simultaneously a fantasy, a study of character, and a cautionary 'be careful what you wish for' tale. At the beginning we are introduced to a young man who seems deep in despair, gambling away his last coins and thereafter contemplating suicide. Delaying the hour of his impending death, Raphael (as we learn he's called [...]

    8. This isn't the edition I read. My book is one translated by Atwood Townsend, with an excellent afterword by Henri Peyre. French title is Le Peau de chagrin. Poor young poet (shades of Sorrowing Werther)contemplates suicide, procures a magical piece of leather that grants wishes but the talisman shrinks when he wishes. Excellent Faustianish premise. Unfortunately, I found protagonist Raphael so distasteful as a character I was continually annoyed, and then the ending, which falls entirely and con [...]

    9. کتاب خوبی بود اما برای خواندنش باید حوصله به خرج بدهی.داستان جذاب و پر از جملات به یادموندنی است ولی نویسنده هر مسئله ای رو با جزئیات و وسواس زیاد تعریف می کنه که برای خواننده بی حوصله ای مثل من خواندن کتاب زمان بر بود.در کل داستان عالی بود.

    10. Малко по-малко от 5 звездички давам, само защото "Братовчедката Бет" ме вълнуваше малко повече. Балзак пак ме плени с изящния си изказ, прекрасните, богати описания на хора, чувства, предмети, места, желания и състояния, както и с огромната си философия и познание на живота. Уч [...]

    11. I read this book at university in French and it was one of my favourite books. I've since read it in English and it seems to lack something - "je ne sais quoi" but still it is a wonderful book.Balzac is one of my favourite authors. He has such a style about him and he has turned this simple story into a richly flavoured one. Imagine, a young man in Paris, Raphaël de Valentin in 1830, down on his luck, even temporarily contemplating suicide. His surprise indeed overwhelms him when he serendipito [...]

    12. حس میکنم توی صورتم مشت خورده.خیلی حرفای بی ربط داشت خیلی جاها به قول معروف روده درازی کرده بود که منم نمیخوندم میرفتم یکی دو صفحه جلو تر ولی بازم کتاب خوبی بود. نمیخوام از دید فلسفی به لایه های زیرین کتاب نگاه کنم ولی کتابی بود که میتونه یک نفرا را غرق کنه. پایان زندگی شخصیت اول [...]

    13. Breve arrazoado sobre o romance filosófico “A Pele de Onagro”, de Honoré de Balzac.23.07.2017Felipe OquendoBalzac é conhecido por todos e em toda parte como o pai do romance moderno e criador da monumental “Comédia Humana” (em oposição à Divina Comédia, de Dante), um portentoso edifício feito de personagens, tramas, dramas e reflexões vazados em romances, contos e novelas da melhor qualidade, ao qual dedicou sua vida, e inclusive sua própria saúde.É supérfluo exaltar o gên [...]

    14. انوره دو بالزاك مقام بزرگي در ادبيات فرانسه وجهان اشغال ميكند اما كتاب ((چرم ساغري ))او يكي از اثاري است كه دوبالزاك علاوه بر سبك ((كمدي انساني ))انرا نوعي كتاب فلسفي هم قرار داده اين رمان با داستاني عجيب ونگاهي عميق به زندگي سوالات ومسايلي را در ذهن خواننده پديدار ميكند كه نياز [...]

    15. بیش از 2 سال پیش خوندن این کتاب رو شروع کردم و حالا در اخرین روزهای سال 2017 ازینکه بالاخره همت کردم و تمومش کردم واقعا خوشحالم . درونمایه کتاب خیلی خوب بود ولی نثر کتاب بشدت با تکلف و توصیف ها بسیار مفصل! .

    16. This is for me one of Balzac's evergreen books -- I never grow tired of it. Think of it as a Buddhist tale by the Brothers Grimm, except that it has the usual Balzac suspects, including Horace Bianchon, Eugene de Rastignac, Taillefer, and a host of others.The story is about how a young man about to commit suicide by throwing himself into the Thames visits a curio shop first and receives a magical talisman from the shop's aged owner. The talisman is a piece of wild ass's (or onager's) skin which [...]

    17. Literature in translation provides interesting reading experiences. I first read Honoré de Balzac’s La Peau de Chagrin in a translation by Herbert Hunt (which is the Penguin Classics translation) and over Christmas 2008 read it again in a translation by Ellen Marriage as part of the Thompson Publishing Company’s complete La Comédie Humaine, an eighteen volume set, of which La Peau de Chagrin is the first work. I have read some Balzac, but I am of the suspicion that this will remain my favo [...]

    18. Es necesario indicar que comencé este libro sin mucha esperanza. A pesar de que Balzac es un clásico de la literatura, nunca lo había leído, y no tenía muy buena experiencias con la literatura francesa del siglo XIX. Quizás por lo mismo, este libro me sorprendió. Creo que más allá del argumento de esta obra, es la forma como está narrada su fuerte, y las reflexiones de los personajes. Es evidente la grandeza de Balzac y su influencia de grandes autores, desde Dostoievski hasta Marx. Su [...]

    19. Gli ho dato 4 stelle perché il finale è palpitante e grandioso, in un crescendo di tragicità che crea quasi un malessere nel lettore. Però questo romanzo di Balzac non mi ha stregato, in alcuni momenti mi ha annoiato, riconosco la bellezza della scrittura, la sua ricchezza ed esuberanza che solo in Balzac trovo,che però in questo romanzo sono esagerate come da un’ansia enciclopedica dello scrittore (che rallenta la lettura e la rende pesante); quando leggo Balzac ho la sensazione che la s [...]

    20. La Peau de Chagrin is a curiously crafted novel – the richness of its ideas and descriptions is truly romanesque, yet the essence of the plot, an intermingling of human psychologies with the supernatural, makes it feel like a fairy tale. The doomed hero, Raphaël de Valentin, goes through a number of different trials, which multiply and become condensed the closer he comes to his end; a sort of genius, genuine and male Emma Bovary, or young Faust, or artistic Dorian Gray, his life is a degener [...]

    21. ბალზაკის სიტყვაკაზმულობა ძალიან მომეწონა, თუ როგორ აღწერს ის მოვლენებსა და სიტუაციებს, როგორ ახასიათებს პერსონაჟებს. წიგნში მრავლად იყო ამაღელვებელი მომენტები, რამაც კულმინაციას ფინალ [...]

    22. The Magic Skin (La Peau de Chagrin), also translated as Wild Ass's Skin, contains one of my favorite descriptive scenes in all of Balzac--that of the antique shop.A young man, by appearance noble but impoverished, enters a gambling house for the first time and leaves shortly thereafter, having lost his small stake. He walks along the banks of the Seine determined to drown himself. It seems degrading to die thusly in broad daylight, so he strolls on, awaiting darkness.An antique shop attracts his [...]

    23. The long descriptions are kind of hard to follow when you haven’t had a good night’s sleep in ages, but I ended up enjoying this book nonetheless.

    24. 2.5*J’ai aimé la préface, la première partie et l’épilogue. Entre les deux, ça a été compliqué.

    25. I confess, up till reading this book, I knew two things about Balzac:1) The song from "The Music Man", where he's listed among the scandalous sort of writer they don't want in their library. "Chaucer! Rabelais! Baaaaalllzac!"2) Rodin's famous sculpture, with Balzac gazing into the distance and masturbating under his bathrobe.After reading this book, I can only say that:1) The censorious hen party of River City, Iowa, was as ridiculous as portrayed. This book features an orgy, but it's not much m [...]

    26. While it’s certainly more sensational and attention getting, I don’t like this literal translation of the title of Balzac’s novel. The original title of the book is Le Peau de Chagrin. When considering the title in French, “chagrin” has both a literal and figurative connotation, which supports the sentiments evoked in the novel. “Chagrin” or shagreen—the leather hide of an onager whose magical properties cause the protagonist Raphael to become a Faustian-like figure, leading to t [...]

    27. A good friend bought this for me and promised, "I hope you like this." I love being surprised with books, but when it's something I 'should' like (it's dark, it's Paris, it's blooming Balzac), there's always pressure, and the worry of what I'll do if I don't like it. Now I know what Peter Parker was on about when he said, "With great power comes great responsibility." Yes, he was talking about reading a Balzac novel a friend had bought him.Good idea, Peter - you probably want to make notes with [...]

    28. A young man comes across an animal skin in a curiousity shop that will grant his every wish, though it will shrink just a bit with each wish and his life will be commensurately shorter. Naturally, he at first fulfills all his desires for wealth, etc but soon learns that all acts of volition are desire in action. So he constructs a lfe where all his basic needs are anticipated by his servants, with whom he has no direct contact any longer. But then he finds love, which is fraught with desires, no [...]

    29. 4 out of 5 stars! ⭐️ This must be one of my favourite novels by Balzac. I absolutely loved how the story was told and the idea of this magic skin was so so great. Well I guess this novel would be loved by anyone who enjoys reading a good book. A very nice classic indeed. I have to say it’s probably also one of my faves because it was my professor’s favourite book and he was my fave, so yeah! 😍📚📖

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