La Conspiration

La Conspiration Comme c est puissant et inflexible une famille C est tranquille comme un corps comme un organe qui bouge peine qui respire r veusement jusqu au moment des p rils mais c est plein de secrets de ri

  • Title: La Conspiration
  • Author: Paul Nizan
  • ISBN: 9782070365111
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Comme c est puissant et inflexible, une famille C est tranquille comme un corps, comme un organe qui bouge peine, qui respire r veusement jusqu au moment des p rils, mais c est plein de secrets, de ripostes latentes, d une fureur et d une rapidit biologiques, comme une an mone de mer au fond d un pli de granit

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    1. Eser olgunluğuna yeni erişmiş gençlerin hayata(devrim,hayat,kadın,aşk,dostluk,burjuva,aile,emek ve işçiler) bakışını konu alıyor.Aşağıda hoşuma giden birkaç alıntı;"İnsan edebiyata savaşlardan daha iyi hiç bir şey hazırlayamaz.""Aşk bir meslek gibidir: erişilince, yeniden staj yapmak, sıfırdan başlamak gerekir mi?""Bütün kabahat ayın.Dünyaya gerektiğinden fazla yanaşıyor ve delirtiyor insanları.""aşk bir suç ortaklığı, bir dostluk ya da bir aylaklık ol [...]

    2. As usual with novels over fifty years old, do not read the foreword until after the rest of ‘The Conspiracy’. Perhaps not surprisingly, Jean-Paul Sartre does not believe in spoiler warnings. He does make a fair point, though, that Nizan’s novel is not one to read for its characterisation. The appeal is in the depiction of spoiled bourgeois boys as a class, playing ineptly at revolution. Nizan is merciless in his portrait, which is profound, cynical, and witty. The narrative switches betwee [...]

    3. "La conspiration" qui décrit la vie d'un groupe de normaliens qui fonde une revue gauchiste durant les années fin m'a charmé au début avant de me decevoir énormement pendant la deuxième moitie. Pendant les années soixante-dix quand j'étais au premier cycle il y avait toujours des groupes communistes et trotskiste sur les campus nord-américaines. Les personnages de Nizan tenaient les memes discours et menaient le meme genre de vie que les gauchistes que je connaisais à l'université. Le [...]

    4. A wonderful novel about a young French bourgeois Jewish self-appointed revolutionary, not a Party member, but a son, brother, student at ENS, lover, careerist. He and his four chums at ENS drift through 1925-1929, there is a trip to Greece, a love affair, a betrayal. Not much happens, but more than you'd think when you first meet them. The disposition towards revolution is not much flattered here. The young men haven't the need of an original vocabulary to describe their political ideals, and, a [...]

    5. Paul Nizan'ın ismini, kitap bana tavsiye edilene kadar duymamıştım ve açıkçası kitaptan beklentilerim çok da fazla değildi. Fakat neredeyse 'harika' diyebileceğim, hem üslup hem de hikaye bazında fena halde doyurucu bir kitapla karşılaştım. Alıntılayabileceğim çok yer var, birini seçecek olursam, ''Yalan. Söylediğini söylemez görünmeyle söylenen. İyi niyetle susulan. ''Susmaya hakkım var : Bu susma sayesinde verimli olacağım bir gün. Tek yargıç benim.'' Gelece [...]

    6. Just couldn't get into this.The prose is fairly plodding. The characters are interesting, but not enough to propel me forward. The "takes" on the young character's mind sets and thoughts are sharp and occasionally really interesting, but still, it's not enough to propel me forward. The plot 60 pages in still hasn't kicked in. The author has referred to Dostoyevsky's Demons but with none of the zaniness, humor, Byzantine plot twists, intoxicating characters, or bitchy nastiness. I'll return to th [...]

    7. There probably wasn't a better time for me to read this than now. Although written before World War II, Nizan captures what seems to be the universal condition of youth which strikes straight to my heart in a rather troubling fashion. His prose, his descriptions, are very detailed too, and long passages give quite an image of the scene to the reader. A book I'd recommend to any 'youth', it is ostensibly about a plan for revolution, but really hits at the heart of the condition of youth, one's la [...]

    8. Es una buena novela aunque la construcción de los personajes no está del todo muy bien lograda. En buena medida ello se debe a que están construidos en torno a los prototipos marxistas de lo que son los hijos de la pequeña burguesía o de la intelectualidad, y ese molde a ratos se nota demasiado. La historia es interesante e invita a reflexionar sobre la perdurabilidad de las acciones humanas y la dicotomía entre los compromisos ideológicos y los deseos personales. El mejor capítulo de to [...]

    9. Happy that that piece of shit Bernard killed himself.Sartre, who was such a friend of the author that they used to call them Nitre and Sarzan, writes an introduction citing "(Nizan's) fine style, taut and casual: his long Cartesian sentences, which sink in the middle as though no longer able to sustain themselves, but all at once spring up again to finish high in the air". It's a good description, as long as you don't think of it as praise. Though I read this in translation, so what do I know?

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