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  • Title: Germinal
  • Author: Émile Zola
  • ISBN: 9783150049280
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kaum ein anderer Autor hat in seiner Zeit so unmittelbar Einfluss ausge bt und Ver nderungen bewirkt, wie mile Zola Germinal 1885 erschienen, geh rt zu den H hepunkten seines Romanwerks Rougon Macquart Ein Bgergarbeiterstreik wird blutig niedergeschlagen, k ndigt aber fast mit der Notwendigkeit eines Naturprozesses die bevorstehende soziale Revolution an.

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    1. Étienne Lantier - Claude, the painter's brother! Nana, the whore's brother! Jacques, the murderer's brother! Gervaise, the alcoholic's son!I know this part of the Rougon-Macquart family tree better than any other, and each of the family members stands for a novel that sends a shiver down my spine - of reading delight and sorrowful mourning over the human condition. "Germinal" is a masterpiece in its own right, but one can't help thinking of the social background of the young man wandering up th [...]

    2. 824. Germinal, Émile Zolaژرمینال - امیل زولا (نیلوفر) ادبیات فرانسه؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: ماه ژوئن سال 1977 میلادیعنوان: ژرمینال؛ نویسنده: امیل زولا؛ مترجم: سروش حبیبی؛ تهران، امیرکبیر، کتابهای جیبی، چاپ اول 1356، چاپ دوم 1357؛ در 537 ص؛ چاپ دیگر: تهران، نیلوفر، چاپ سوم 1384؛ در 552 ص؛ چاپ چهارم 1386؛ ش [...]

    3. Emile Zola's acknowledged masterpiece written in 1885, the politics are dated as history has shown, his overemphasis on sex, research and common sense have refuted, this is the 19th century, not the 21st, (trying to sell more books ? "Nana," made the same error) his characters are more symbols than real human beings, with a quite melodramatic plot even, yet Germinal, is a superb novel, which will capture your total interest, the reader will learn much about little known aspects, the dangers , of [...]

    4. “I am little concerned with beauty or perfection. I don't care for the great centuries. All I care about is life, struggle, intensity.”- Emile ZolaLet me draw a scene for you. I appreciate your patience as I am going to write it as vividly as possible.The lady on the chair is well past her prime- 40 maybe- with her youthful rosiness and smooth, taut skin beginning to give away under the suffocating reality in which she and her family are haplessly ensconced. The room in which she sits is tin [...]

    5. This novel is about as grim and horrendous as literature gets. Instead of ranting about the history of human suffering at various pitches of bowel-plopping rage, let me take a more facetious route. Let me instead discuss various mining experiences lived out on the Sega Mega Drive. Remember Mega Bomberman? Those who do will remember the mine level.This level was pivotal in the game, since here a remote-controlled power-up was available which was crucial for facing down the final boss, whose beard [...]

    6. Within the first few pages of Zola's striking masterpiece I was completely sucked into his vision of the poverty suffering and slave driven folk of the mining world, first published in 1885 it holds the power and importance for today. As we start with young unemployed railway worker Etienne Lantier wondering the cold and punishing landscape of northern France in search of work, and without a penny to his name is desperate to land just about anything that pays. After stumbling into a small mining [...]

    7. IntroductionNote on the TranslationSelect BibliographyChronology of Émile ZolaPlan of Montsou and surrounding areas--GerminalExplanatory Notes

    8. GERMINAL - what can I say? I studied this book at university and my whole degree course was worth the time and effort just for introducing me to the author. GERMINAL now stands as my favourite book of all time, an intense masterpiece of fiction.The basic storyline is a miner's strike. It doesn't sound too good or too detailed, but it's all here: politics, chaos, social realism, a love story, an action story, heroes and villains, the good and the bad. Yes, it is melodramatic, but I guess I like m [...]

    9. Tivesse Gustave Doré criado gravuras para Germinal, como criou para o Inferno de Dante, e não haveria grande diferença entre os dois casos. Tê-las-ia feito nos mesmos tons lúgubres, cinzentos e tristes, mas em vez dos demónios, das serpentes e das chamas, seria a cobiça humana, a fome e a miséria a ilustrá-las. Aqui as almas ainda habitam os corpos e descem ao inferno das minas, com fome, a tiritar de frio ou a suar de calor, exaustos, doentes, sem esperança, tratados como bichos e que [...]

    10. Three things: 1. Zola's writing of abuse and domestic violence is breathtakingly modern; 2. Poor old horse; and 3. This novel contains a scene in which someone tears a dead man's dick off and parades it around on a stick.

    11. Felt like reading a Naturlist, and I remembered Zola. Germinal was the only Zola novel on the library shelf, and I chose it merely in deferrence to the author. Little did I know that many critics believe Germinal is one of the 10 best French novels ever written. I like stories where people are ground down by nature--poverty, weather, work conditions, hunger--and the lower economic demographic is forced to suffer and survive. The Industrial Revolution offered so many ways to catalogue the sufferi [...]

    12. ¡Proletarios de todos los países, uníos!Me pregunto si esta obra literaria, que nos abraza y nos abrasa, habrá sido leída alguna vez por algún minero. ¿Germinal es una novela de tintes políticos y sociales o es un relato humanista o es, tal vez, solamente una novela sin mayores pretensiones producto del naturalismo? Aunque el epígrafe de esta reseña abriga un sueño de unión de los oprimidos y un velado llamado a una revuelta social, considero que esta obra aborda ambas temáticas, ta [...]

    13. Zola é considerado o pai do naturalismo literário, mas é um naturalismo muito particular que vem carregado de simbolismo e melodrama. Zola parte de uma abordagem panfletária assente em intensidade retórica, mas não deixa de lado toda a maquinaria da narrativa e persuasão dramática para nos envolver e ao mesmo tempo instigar à reflexão. O resultado é uma obra muito forte que nunca se verga porque não procura dar respostas, exatamente por fugir ao panfleto e porque está mais interessa [...]

    14. Zola had a very structured technique for the industrial production of novels, he would decide on where the action would take place and who the principal characters would be Les Rougon-Macquart gave him a family tree and a glorious mess of hereditary tendencies and illnesses to work within, the setting would be interrogated thoroughly and mined out. In researching Germinal Zola visited a coal mine and was intrigued by the big strong horses working underground - how, he asked, did the mine company [...]

    15. A literatura francesa não está na moda. É pena. Émile Zola escreveu este clássico da literatura mundial, em 1881, e por alguma razão ela continua a andar por aí. A verdade é que não é uma história fácil e sei que durante uns dias isto vai andar por aqui a mexer comigo: há até quem defenda que este livro devia ser queimado (um exagero - nenhum livro por mais mau que seja merece esse fim - haja respeito). Zola viveu com e como um mineiro, experimentou uma realidade crua e nua de quem [...]

    16. Germinal é parte integrante do ciclo Rougon-Macquart, um ambicioso projecto de Emile Zola no qual este se propõe a documentar minuciosamente a sociedade francesa contemporânea e salientar á boa maneira Naturalista a importância da hereditariedade e contexto social no desenvolvimento ou retrocesso de uma nação, em particular a francesa, recorrendo para o efeito a vinte romances que se debruçam sobre a dinastia Rougon-Macquart (sendo Rougon o ramo legitimo da família em questão e Macquar [...]

    17. δ∝•☜THE CLAMOR FOR SOCIAL EQUITY☞•∝δGerminal refers to the season of spring, the time of renewal when the seed of life starts to sprout again from the ground, germinating hope after the long dormancy of winter.Émile Zola symbolically refers to this spring of hope as the wretched lives of the coal miners, amidst the sour inflictions of deprivation, leading to their depraved lives, slowly awaken from their long years of passive obedience, allowing them to see a picture of a better l [...]

    18. Şimdi yoldayım, sıklıkla köylerden geçiyoruz. Evlerin içi görünüyor, içerde hiçbir şey yok. Yatak bile yok, hamakta yatıyorlar. Biz yiyecek bir şey bulmakta zorlanıyoruz bazen, her şey pahalı üstelik. Bu insanlar ne yiyor acaba diye düşünürken Germinal'i okumak daha da kötü oldu. Hiçbir şey yemiyorlar, bardak dibindeki kahveyi sulandırıp içiyorlar, bulurlarsa kuru ekmeğe yağ sürüp midelerinin sesini bastırıyorlar. Yine de kocaman bahçelerinde ekili hiçbir se [...]

    19. Poteva essere fuori tempo massimo leggere Germinal con quasi un secolo e mezzo di ritardo. Poteva “Dopo più di mezzo secolo, i cui ultimi decenni ci hanno regalato una sorte che Zola mai avrebbepotuto immaginare ,Germinal è ancora oggi un libro terribile; e non solo: ancor oggi non ha perduto nulla della sua importanza e della sua attualità. [Auerbach: Mimesis: Il realismo nella letteratura occidentale,1946)] Un libro terribile nella sua attualità: dopo tutto questo tempo stiamo qui ancora [...]

    20. Rating this book is a difficult thing.It took me a while to read it, I knew that before starting it, Zola is a big deal. Long descriptions, unnecessary parts, complicated way to say what he wants. But in the end, the meaning and the message is always deep and strong. Rating : 3,5As I said I was about to give up on this book every two seconds, I was like "hold on, it is not that bad"Let's be serious for a minute. I did liked this book. I already studied this part of history in school, but Zola br [...]

    21. The wobbly cages descending into the pit, miners half-naked toiling in the scorching darkness of the mine’s galleries, the veins bursting and flooding the passages, the meager wages the miners receive at the end of the day, the wives desperately scouring for gruel each meal, the parents giving their daughters to the grocer to get flour and sugar; all recounted in a calmly detached voice. Courrières Mine DisasterEtienne, a vagrant worker, joined the fraternity and dissatisfied with the inhuman [...]

    22. 4 and 1/2 starsI'm presently in an online group discussing this book, which is probably the reason I don't feel like writing a proper review. This is my second Zola and I admired it as much as I did my first, L'assommoir, even if I subjectively liked the latter a bit more. The structure of the novel and the way Zola handed the complexity of the issues through the eyes of his main character, Etienne (son of the main character in "L'assommoir"), is impressive.The group scenes are tense, thrilling, [...]

    23. Sudah pernah membaca versi berbahasa Inggris sejak beberapa tahun yang lalu, lupa persisnya. Berhubung baru keluar versi terjemahan dari GPU dan saya mendapatkan buku ini sebagai salah satu hadiah Reading Challenge yang diadakan oleh Gramedia dan iJakarta, jadi ada alasan khusus untuk membaca ulang buku ini. No? Will update soon

    24. Moi, je vois autrement. Je n’ai guère de souci et de beauté et de perfection. Je me moque des grands siècles. Je n’ai souci que de vie, de lutte, de fièvre. -Émile ZolaZola is the supreme novelist, at least how I interpret that vocation. Like Dickens, Zola went out and studied France and her people for inspiration while Proust sat in a cork-lined room and dreamed up all of his stories in his head. I'll take journalism over the human imagination any day. Germinal is the essence of this [...]

    25. Quem era o idiota que punha a felicidade deste mundo na partilha da riqueza? Esses revolucionários, esses visionários, podiam à vontade demolir a sociedade e reconstruir outra que não acrescentariam uma alegria à humanidade, nem um dissabor lhe tirariam cortando a cada um sua fatia Alargariam mesmo a desgraça da terra, fariam um dia uivar de desespero os próprios cães quando os arrancassem à tranquila satisfação dos instintos para os elevar aos insaciados sofrimentos das paixões. Nã [...]

    26. In 1871, Zola began a 20 volume series called Les Rougon-Macquart of which Germinal is the 13th, written in 1885. The series chronicles the life of one extended family in a tale that explores the class structure in France during the Second Empire. While he surveys the society from top to bottom, he is also weaves in the influence of environment and heredity on position and behavior. Its an incredible series, and as each novel is its own character study, between the first and the last books, you [...]

    27. Not what I expected at all. This is not a twee tale of love or romance, nor is it a ‘keep you on the edge of your seat’ murder mystery. It is story of poverty and the working class eeking out an existence in a 19th century mining community in France. A tale of survival in its most raw and basic form showing how Maslow’s essential human needs of food, shelter and reproduction can bring people together to form a solidarity but also how quickly it can be destroyed.This my first Emile Zola boo [...]

    28. Free download (in French) available at Project Gutenberg.Free download (in English) available at Project Gutenberg.

    29. Nekada davno sam započela ovu knjigu i ubrzo je napustila, jer mi je radnja bila previše teška (i nezanimljiva) Sada je bilo potpuno drugačije - često mi je bilo krivo što nemam više vremena za čitanje, tokom dana. Konstantno mi je držala pažnju, jer epilog nisam mogla ni da naslutim. Hepi enda naravno nema, ali ne mogu reći da me je kraj razočarao. Sve u svemu, ostavlja jak utisak.Pa zato i jaka četvorka :)

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