Bekentenissen van Zeno

Bekentenissen van Zeno Zeno Cosini vertelt zijn levensgeschiedenis op aanraden van de psychiater tot wie hij zich heeft gewend om van zijn ziekelijke rookverslaving af te komen Hij is voortdurend in discussie met zijn gewet

  • Title: Bekentenissen van Zeno
  • Author: Italo Svevo Jenny Tuin
  • ISBN: 9789025307851
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
  • Zeno Cosini vertelt zijn levensgeschiedenis op aanraden van de psychiater tot wie hij zich heeft gewend om van zijn ziekelijke rookverslaving af te komen Hij is voortdurend in discussie met zijn geweten en weet daarbij meestal op spitsvondige wijze te winnen Zijn ironische aanvaarding strekt zich niet alleen uit tot hemzelf met zijn halfheden en ziektes, maar ook tot zijZeno Cosini vertelt zijn levensgeschiedenis op aanraden van de psychiater tot wie hij zich heeft gewend om van zijn ziekelijke rookverslaving af te komen Hij is voortdurend in discussie met zijn geweten en weet daarbij meestal op spitsvondige wijze te winnen Zijn ironische aanvaarding strekt zich niet alleen uit tot hemzelf met zijn halfheden en ziektes, maar ook tot zijn familie, zijn huwelijk, zijn overspel en zijn commerci le avonturen.

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    1. Some novels are not only unique but also inimitable and I’m glad to say that Zeno's Conscience belongs to this extraordinary class of books.“I felt a shudder run through me at the vision of all that acid, but immediately afterwards I had a somewhat happier vision of life: I didn’t like lemons, but if they were to give me the liberty to do what I should do or wanted to do without suffering harm, freeing me from every other restraint, I would consume those countless lemons myself. Complete f [...]

    2. رواية طويلة يكتب فيها السيد زينو مذكراته في محاولة للتخلص من إدمان التدخينالكتابة كنوع من أنواع العلاج والتحليل النفسي بحسب نصيحة الطبيبيحكي عن مراحل حياته,عمله وعلاقاته, ويكشف فيها عن نفسه وأفكاره ويعترف بالأخطاء والأكاذيبيعرض سفيفو رؤية عامة وواقعية للحياة بجمالياتها و [...]

    3. Triest in TriesteAn amazing tour de force of sustained irony, sending up everything from male feelings of superiority to psychoanalysis.It is, I suppose, never easy being a successful businessman; or for that matter even an unsuccessful one. Dealing with the vagaries of commercial life on top of the usual quanta of personal tensions is bound to produce certain idiosyncrasies and, well, 'tics' in a person of taste and discernment. Just look at Donald Trump.What better way to expiate these little [...]

    4. Zeno Zeno Zeno where do I begin!, life in Trieste was not going good was it, and you really did have some problems didn't you my dear old fellow, not only were attempts to cure your smoking sickness an utter disaster!, after being introduced to his daughters by Giovanni Malfenti you would end up with both a lovely wife in Augusta but also a desirable mistress in Carla, and not have true feelings for either one of them. And the reason?, you were in love with Augusta's sister Ada but she didn't fe [...]

    5. i never read something boring like this before doesn't have any subject or story on it just wasting your time

    6. Difficult to assign points to a book which I wanted to throw away most of the time I was reading it and ended up greatly admiring. It is the narrative of the life of a man living in Trieste at the end of the 19th century and the tumultuous beginning of the 20th. He presents us with all of the details of his foibles, bad decisions and excuses for himself. We meet his father, his wife and her family, and his friends and acquaintances. Often the story moves slowly as we watch the protagonist agoniz [...]

    7. Zeno’s Conscience is fantastic. It’s also very strange. The first and third chapters are ferociously funny, some of the funniest prose I’ve ever read—if nothing else, the casual reader could fly through the first chapter, which hilariously dissects the protagonists addiction to cigarettes and his countless attempts to quit. Yet there’s an intense sadness and despair in other places. (It’s been said that Zeno is almost a prototype for Woody Allen’s cinematic schlemiel persona. I wou [...]

    8. If anything, I suppose this book is the victim of its own reputation. I've heard it praised very highly to me as an 'Italian Proust', which is an unfairly high reputation to live up to.Not to say that the book is bad. The beginning half and last chapter are excellent. The first parts of the book are the bumbling journeys of an awkward businessman. He transcribes his life into a sort of diary to help him deal with his supposed mental illness, and the results are a brilliant piece of solipsistic a [...]

    9. Da escalofríos pensar que La conciencia de Zeno (1923) no habría visto la luz si James Joyce, profesor de inglés y gran amigo de Italo Svevo, no hubiese creído en el inmenso talento de su discípulo e insistiese en que siguiese escribiendo a pesar de la fría acogida que cosecharon sus dos obras anteriores. Sin duda, merece la pena leerla aunque sólo sea por las dos últimas y contundentes páginas, donde hace un despliegue de cargos contra el mayor predador de la tierra: el ser humano. Sus [...]

    10. This book took me an obscene amount of time to finish. I am tempted to rattle off excuses, my various ineptitudes and the inumerable distractions that kept the book on the floor so many days. But I won't. They are unworthy of the time it would take to type them. I read the first three sections of this book quickly (compared to the hobbling-with-cane rate I read the rest). Zeno Cosini's neuroticisms about cigarettes, love, and women were highly amusing. The chapter about his father's death was to [...]

    11. I knew zeta about this author or his book until very recently when I saw its’ title on a site involved with world literature.Generally, when I finish a book I look for a quick online biography of its’ author. It was written by a businessman who, with his own money, self-published it in Italy in the early part of the twentieth century.It was received scanty but the demand for the work increased when his friend, a Mr. James Joyce, affixed it with his imprimatur.‘Zeno’s’ is a well written [...]

    12. One side of me sees this autobiographical novel as a vivid, dense and well written slice of life, but the other side sees it as a rambling and convoluted novel centered around a self-important narcissistJust now the latter seems to clarify my current feelings towards this novel, but I get the feeling I will come back to this when I'm older, simply because it is a novel about one man's recollections of his life. Again, however, Italo Svevo writes some fine sentences.

    13. Zeno's Conscience became an immediate favorite of mine. Zeno is witty, self-deprecating, sly, ironically ignorant of himself, but at glimpses he is a man of self-reflecting genius. Zeno and Leopold Bloom share their origins in Svevo himself, and the classical "everyman" is well-crafted in both of them, in Zeno in particular is the "lovable fool" which seems to have a tradition in Italian modern literature (notably Calvino's Marcovaldo and Palomar). The novel's premise is the self-narrated story [...]

    14. Zeno, ao chegar à velhice e na tentativa de deixar de fumar, decide consultar um psicólogo que, como terapia, o aconselha a escrever a história da sua vida. Uma vida normal, de um homem com muitos defeitos e poucas qualidades: é egoísta; hipocondríaco; não tem muito interesse em estudar, ou trabalhar; casa com uma mulher que não ama e é-lhe infiel a vida inteira; é pouco afectuoso com a família, chegando a aborrecer-se com o choro dos filhos e com a doença do pai. Enfim, uma criatura [...]

    15. Ho impiegato quasi due mesi per leggere questo libro. E per la prima volta ho letto più libri contemporaneamente. Mai avevo abbandonato la lettura di un libro per poi riprenderla a tappe successive. E noto che non è un comportamento singolare il mio. Svevo fornisce il ritratto esatto di quel periodo e dell'animo umano pur servendosi del peggior protagonista possibile. Non un eroe, non un criminale ma un piccolo borghese con i suoi vizi e le sue vicende a dir poco tediose. E' la noia il minimo [...]

    16. A friend on GR's brought this to my attention. It wasn't a novel I'd previously come across. Will admit that it was also a novel that I nearly put aside because I couldn't quite "gel" with Zeno, his thoughts, various ailments, neurotic disposition or his indecisiveness to say the least. Zeno was an unreliable narrator, however it was his story to tell and to psychoanalyse.Having said that Zeno did grow on me and I quite enjoyed reading his thoughts and seeing life through Zeno's eyes.Thoroughly [...]

    17. Pur riconoscendo il valore letterario di quest'opera ammetto di aver faticato non poco a tenere alto il livello di concentrazione in certi passaggi. Sono convinta che se invece di ascoltare un audiolibro (letto oltretutto dal bravissimo Dario Penne), ne avessi letto l'edizione scritta avrei trovato ancora più difficoltà. La trama è ben strutturata e lo stile di Svevo interessante e ricco (forse troppo), ma ho trovato Zeno un personaggio difficilmente tollerabile e per lo più tediose la maggi [...]

    18. الكاتب والكتابالروائي المجهولولد آرون هكتور شميتس (Aron Hector Schmitz) في تريستاTrieste ، سادس إخوته الثمانية، في التاسع عشر كانون الأول عام 1861، من والد يهودي نمساوي يدعى فرانس، ووالدة يهودية إيطالية اسمها أليغرا مورافيا. وكان والده تاجراً ثرياً، أرسل أولاده إلى ألمانيا ليتعلموا اللغ [...]

    19. msarki.tumblr/post/1448697Of course there was much less to read back in the time of James Joyce when he claimed this novel a masterpiece. I suppose its thoughtful cleverness and neuroticism sufficiently entertained this literary icon. But its subject was to provide only a guarded level of interest enough to sustain my own reading for nearly half of it. The opening psychoanalytical concept presented as a doctor’s orders for Zeno to write his memoirs as a form of therapy, and the opening threat [...]

    20. Zeno Cosini era un invidioso?La Coscienza di Zeno di Italo Svevo declina tanti temi e quello dell'invidia non è proprio il tema principale del libro!Le tematiche principali vertono sulla malattia dell'uomo contemporaneo, la nevrosi, e sull'impossibilità di una guarigione, il tutto, ovviamente, in prospettiva psicoanalitica, ma l'invidia è interessante perché il protagonista vive questo sentimento nel modo più comune alle persone, infatti, non è roso dall'invidia e non la esplicita mai.Per [...]

    21. I was completely taken aback by how funny this was. Recommendations from Jameses - Joyce and Woods - coupled with its lengthiness, led me to believe this book would be a heavy, somber, read. It's a joy, an encomium to the Everyman, a Walserian celebration of dorky, awkward neurotics who marry plain women when rebuffed by others, flail in business, and, leaning over their fathers' deathbeds, are slapped in the face. Occasionally, Svevo can tend to verbosity, dragging out a series of guilty recrim [...]

    22. net ve sade anlatılan olaylar ile araya serpiştirilen aforizmalardan mütevellit kitabın çok da yüksek bir okuma zevki sunmadığı kanaatindeyim. yani benim kanaatim tabi öznel nacizane

    23. احترت في تقييم هذه الرواية التي لم أشعر بالملل أثناء قراءتها على الإطلاق أعجبتني شخصية بطل الرواية " زينو " الذي يخضع للعلاج النفسي بواسطة الكتابة و استرجاع الذكريات ، الصور ، المواقف و الأحلام على طريقة فرويد في التحليل النفسي أجد بأن إيتالو سڤيڤو أبدع في خلق هذه الشخصية [...]

    24. I read Zeno's Conscience because I saw it on a 2002 list of the 100 greatest works of literature compiled by the Norwegian Book Clubs with the help of 100 authors from around the world and wanted to take a look at it. After a few pages, I was hooked. It purports to be a diary that was written for a psychiatrist, and which the psychiatrist has published for his own benefit rather than for the hero/narrator, Zeno Cosini, a well-to-do businessman of moderate talent in the city of Trieste, then unde [...]

    25. This is a fascinating book which has a lot working against it (old views, old contexts lending themselves to some unfortunate views like sexism, light racism, etc) but, like an able dialectic, these only serve to augment this book's positives.The story of Zeno and his battle with, essentially, himself and his litany of neurotic obsessions (and how this is reflected by and caused by and a cause of his external circumstances) is one that is uniquely, and enjoyably maddening. Though not always funn [...]

    26. Questo è uno di quei libri che vengono studiati a scuola, durante l'ultimo anno, ed è proprio in quel periodo che ne venni a conoscenza e ho sin da subito desiderato leggerlo. Tutto ha inizio con la celeberrima Premessa del dottor S, il quale, quasi per fare un dispetto al suo paziente Zeno Cosini che ha interrotto di sua volontà la terapia di psico-analisi cui era stato sottoposto dal dottore su menzionato, decide di pubblicare il "diario" in cui Zeno ha raccolto i suoi pensieri, sempre sott [...]

    27. Ho letto La Coscienza di Zeno in italiano un decennio fa. Può essere il miglior libro su un fumatore compulsivo, e mi ha fatto venire voglia di visitare Trieste. Naturalmente, Joyce imparato molto, e accreditato Svevo. Joyce insegnava inglese e italiano in fondo alla strada da Svevo a Trieste; Joyce aveva provato meglio italiano che su English - secondo gli esaminatori italiani.I read The Conscience of Zeno in Italian a decade ago. It may be the best book of a compulsive smoker, and made me wan [...]

    28. تمنيت أن الكاتب سخّر وقته لشيء ثمين آخر غير كتابة هذه الرواية وتمنيت أن دار أثر لم تبالغ بوصف هذه الرواية "أحد الأعمال الخالدة في المكتبة العالمية" الرواية مملة بشكل غريب تشعر وكأنك تقرأ أول رواية لكاتب مغمور

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