I miserabili

I miserabili In questo grande romanzo tra i pi importanti della letteratura francese Victor Hugo riversa gran parte della sua esperienza umana e sociale per costruire una storia di fatica esilio e povert Un ep

  • Title: I miserabili
  • Author: Victor Hugo Riccardo Reim E. De Mattia
  • ISBN: 9788854112889
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • In questo grande romanzo, tra i pi importanti della letteratura francese, Victor Hugo riversa gran parte della sua esperienza umana e sociale, per costruire una storia di fatica, esilio e povert Un epopea della miseria che vede protagonisti alcuni indimenticabili personaggi, come Jean Valjean, Cosette, Fantine, anti eroi di una socialit contraddittoria come solo quellaIn questo grande romanzo, tra i pi importanti della letteratura francese, Victor Hugo riversa gran parte della sua esperienza umana e sociale, per costruire una storia di fatica, esilio e povert Un epopea della miseria che vede protagonisti alcuni indimenticabili personaggi, come Jean Valjean, Cosette, Fantine, anti eroi di una socialit contraddittoria come solo quella della Parigi dell 800 poteva essere, capaci di incredibili e commoventi delicatezze Una storia in cui i sentimenti di frustrazione e di rivalsa segnano il ritmo incalzante dell intero racconto, magistrale e irripetibile per l autenticit delle emozioni e per la complessit della trama narrativa.

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    1. One of the "biggest" book I've ever read, and I remembered Mick Foley's "warning" about a big book."A big book is like a serious relationship; it requires a commitment. Not only that, but there's no guarantee that you will enjoy it, or that it will have a happy ending. Kind of like going out with a girl, having to spend time every day with her - with absolutely no guarantee of nailing her in the end. No thanks."Haha Well, I took my chances reading this big book. I made my commitment, I spent my [...]

    2. Les Miserables can be translated from the French into "The Miserable Ones", "The Wretched", "The Poor Ones", "The Wretched Poor" or "The Victims". So, as you will have concluded, this is not a happy book, it is the very opposite of fluffy happiness, it is a story about the lowest and darkest parts of French society in the first half of the nineteenth century. Hugo takes the reader on a 1200+ page journey around France and into the lives of criminals, prostitutes, those wasting away under the str [...]

    3. Let's say that I could choose a single book with the guarantee that every man, woman, and child would read it. I would not choose my top three favorites, nor would I choose the one whose remnants are permanently inked upon me. I would choose this one. You argue, the length! The time period! The cultural barriers! It's just another long expounding by some old dead white guy whose type has suffocated literature for centuries! Women will be frustrated with poor representation, people who aren't whi [...]

    4. I'm in the minority unfortunately. I thought the book was okay. I was hoping it would blow my mind and be a favorite like The Count Of Monte Cristo, as I was afraid of that book too, but alas, it was not =(I might as well put the ole spoilers tag up on here! Oh and even though Jean's name will be changed in the book, I'm sticking with Jean so I won't get all messed up! FANTINE1)An Upright Man2) The Fall3) In The Year 18174) To Trust Is Sometimes To Surrender 5) The Descent 6) Javert7) The Champm [...]

    5. I chose to read the hefty Victor Hugo classic for my 30th birthday, &, let me tell you, the experience was One Biiiig Bitch. I mean, why EVEN go to the 200 + year old text when the Broadway musical exists! THAT work of art exudes all beauty and majesty in one continuous song that unites the characters through time; ultimately giving us a true theme, or feeling of genuine victory over adversity. The plot, one gorgeous telenovela of a story, replete with jailbreaks, insurrections, betrayals, w [...]

    6. This will be another review-as-I-go!First, a thank you to Rachel for recommending the Fahnestock and MacAfee translation, which is wonderful so far!Next, a question: Why have I been so drawn lately to these 1,500 page 19th century behemoths? War and Peace, The Brothers Karamazov, Crime and Punishment, and now this. Am I just a glutton for punishment? Or just showing off? I hope not. When I think about it, I think it has to do with the moral scope and depth of the work and the way these books rea [...]

    7. I saw the movie version of this before reading it and I was utterly shook by the powerful nature of the story. When I read it I hoped for the same experience, instead I had one more powerful. In life there are few truly great men: there are few men that are truly and incorruptibly good. Jean Valjean is such a man; he is a paragon of goodliness: he is a superb character. At the beginning of the novel he sacrifices everything: he steals a loaf of bread knowing full well of the consequences. He ris [...]

    8. What makes a favourite book?In this case, I will have to say: one single character that broke my heart and shaped my idealism and stirred my anger: Gavroche Thénardier. "Si l'on demandait à la grande et énorme ville : Qu'est-ce que c'est que cela ? elle répondrait : C'est mon petit." One of those street children that see and hear more during their childhood than most people ever experience, who carry pain and neglect with them on their daily adventures to survive in a hostile, careless envir [...]

    9. Jamás he leído nada igual. Ni lo haré. Ya sé que eso suena exagerado, pero sé perfectamente que no leeré nada tan bueno de nuevo. Los Miserables está a un nivel que solo Victor Hugo puede llegar a tocar.

    10. This is without question one of the most beautifully written novels I've ever read. Jean Valjean is quite possibly the most complex and compelling character you will meet in a work of literature of this magnitude, and the lives and personalities of the secondary characters are interwoven into subplots that make it almost an easy thing to get through the 1400+ pages of this book. I read the novel after seeing -- and falling madly in love with -- the musical, and this is one of the rare cases in w [...]

    11. "We can only suppose that its new life as a musical - and what an appropriate fate for that most operatic novelist - will help to bring Les Misérables to the attention of a new generation of readers, reminding them perhaps that the abuses Hugo catalogues are still alive elsewhere, awaiting their own chroniclers in the brave new world of the twenty first century." - Peter Washington, IntroductionThere are few novels which one can consider true masterpieces and among the greatest pieces of writin [...]

    12. في عيد الحب قررت كتابة مقال إخترنا لك و إختيار سبعة أعمال أدبية و فنية عن توليفات من العشق من فرنسابالتأكيد أول ما سيخطر ببالك هو “كم سيكون هذا المقال تقليديا، لإنه عيد الحب وفرنسا مليئة بقصص العشق والهوي, ياللتقليدية !! لن ينقص المقال سوي موسيقي الفيلم الفرنسي رجل وامرأة الش [...]

    13. 873. Les Misérables, Victor Hugoعنوانها: ژان والژان؛ بینوایان؛ نویسنده: ویکتور هوگو؛ انتشاراتیها: (مطبعه ایران، جاویدان، بدرقه جاویدان، امیرکبیر ، توسن، نگته، گنینه، فنون، قصه جهان نما، سمیر، آسو، افق، هفت سنگ، پیروز، سکه، اسب سفید، سروش، مشر قره، دبیر، گاج، پارسه، آبان مهر، سپیده، معرا [...]

    14. I'm obsessed with everything Les Miserables. The novel, the musical, the movies, especially the latest adaptation of the musical. I actually saw the musical before I ever read the novel. It's musical score is second to none and yes I have been known to shed tears during the performance.The novel is epic, a timeless classic and described by some as "the greatest story ever told". I don't know about that but it is one of the most detailed and intricately constructed novels I have ever read. The le [...]

    15. مقدمهاول: علی شریعتی در "سیمای محمد" می گوید تصویری که تورات از خدا ارائه می دهد با تصویری که انجیل از او ترسیم می کند، متفاوت است."یَهوَه" یهود، خدایی قهار است که بر فراز عرش نشسته، تخته سنگی غول پیکر بالای سر بنی اسرائیل نگه می دارد و می گوید: "به خدایی من اقرار کنید!"بزرگترین نم [...]

    16. It is a couple of years since I read and reviewed this book. I asked a question in a spoiler, "How come Valjean never recognised Thénardier no matter how many times he met him?" And just now I had an ah-ha moment and realised it was because Victor Hugo himself might well have had prosopagnosia.How did I get to this? I reviewed Oliver Sacks' On the Move and made a point about his prosopagnosia, face blindness, I have it too. It just struck me that although it is very odd for the hero never to re [...]

    17. I dreamed a dream of reading this book - and I accomplished it! Surprisingly easy to read - even though it did take quite some time. Hugo does go off on quite a few tangents, but the whole experience was fantastic!

    18. I put off tackling this novel for more years than I can remember. This was mostly because I wanted to read it in French and the length of the book daunted me somewhat. That, and the fact that every time I was in the local foreign language bookstore they didn’t seem to have all of the volumes. The fact that I was relying on a local bookstore rather than the Internet to obtain a book in French indicates how many years it’s been since I gave reading the novel any serious thought. The last two m [...]

    19. I noticed a few friends currently reading this masterpiece. I read the unabridged version over 20 years ago. ( with a class )I enjoyed reading member, Chrissie's process with this book and the many comments. Highly recommend reading her process, followed up by what others have to say. I was blessed reading this -with a class - and with my daughter who was only in the 8th grade at the time. Her brilliant literature teacher got each parent and student involved ( my husband was too). After all the [...]

    20. 1466 pages!! And I've isolated the best single sentence in the whole book. It describes how you die in warfare:If anything is horrible, if there is a reality that surpasses our worst dreams, it is this: to live, to see the sun, to be in full possession of manly vigor, to have health and joy, to laugh heartily, to rush toward a glory that lures you on, to feel lungs that breathe, a heart that beats, a mind that thinks, to speak, to hope, to love; to have mother, wife, children, to have sunlight, [...]

    21. I don't believe I've ever been this ambivalent about a book. I don't remember having ever read anything that I loved and hate the way I do this. Okay, it got four stars, so maybe there are more loveable than loathsome parts, but still, thinking about it tugs my heart in both directions. When it's good it's excellent, and completely deserves 5 stars - more even. The descriptions of the moral complexities a man is faced with are spectacular and Jean Valjean's internal struggles are always a wonder [...]

    22. In my vacation, over the last two weeks, I visited the birthplace of Victor Hugo in Besançon, his home in Paris where his children were born, and his grave in Pantheon. I also read his “Les Miserables” again, that is 21 years after I read it for the first time in my High School in France, and I was surprised to see how differently I reacted to this book. Then I realized the book has not changed over these 21 years, but it’s me who has changed!At the school, I was obliged to read this book [...]

    23. Cosette * by Émile Bayard - ow/tWxbgMientras, a consecuencia de las leyes y de las costumbres, exista una condenación social que cree artificialmente infiernos en plena civilización, y enturbie con una fatalidad humana el destino, que es divino; mientras no se resuelvan los tres problemas del siglo: la degradación del hombre en el proletariado, la decadencia de la mujer por el hambre, la atrofia del niño por las tinieblas; mientras en ciertas regiones sea posible la asfixia social; en otros [...]

    24. Pobre de mí, este año me será muy difícil hacer un top 5 de las mejores lecturas.Al parecer las grandes historias empiezan con el robo de un pan, supongo que algo tan bueno como el pan merece ser robado, pero pocos se pudieran haber imaginado todo lo que iba a desencadenar en la vida de Jean Valjean este pequeño hurto.Este libro es sensacional, su historia, su filosofía, sus personajes ¡Que personajes! los ame a todos incluso a los que odie (extraño lo sé), pero es que están tan bien h [...]

    25. The experience of reading Les Miserables is akin to that of any lengthy novel. For hundreds of pages you’ll be hooked, dazzled, unable to put it down. Alt autor vinovat pentru pasiunea mea de a citi. Nu citesc pentru ca e la moda, ca sa par boema sau ca sa devin mai populara, citesc din pasiune , pentru ca imi plac lumile si povestile create de oameni talentati . Nu ma ascund de realitate in spatele unei cari, doar traiesc povestea alaturi de autor si personaje.Nu cred ca e cazul sa va spun ca [...]

    26. There are many books that bring up morality and the meaning of "right" and "wrong", but none capture it as well as Les Misérables. This timeless classic needs to be remembered for as long as there are people on this earthDE NOTE: What's your favourite film adaptation of this book? I personally prefer the 1998 version but both versions are very well-made. :)

    27. إنها من تلك اللحظات التي تغلق فيها آخر صفحة من الكتابوتبقى ذاهلا مشدوها مما فيه !في البداية كنت أقضي خمس ساعات متفرقة في القراءةفقط لكي أنتهي، ثم أصبحت أقضي الساعات نفسها وزيادةرغبة في الاستمتاع وملاحقة سير الأحداثقالت لي إحداهن: أنصحك بألا تضيعي وقتك في قراءة مثل هذا الهرا [...]

    28. «Δεν είναι τίποτα να πεθαίνεις. Είναι φριχτό να μη ζεις!»Δε θα ξεκινήσω με το κλασσικό «Θεέ μου γιατί δεν το είχα διαβάσει νωρίτερα», αλλά αντιθέτως θα πω, νιώθω ευλογημένος που το διάβασα. Γιατί η ηλικία του αναγνώστη δεν έχει καμία σημασία. Αυτό το βιβλίο… «Βίβλος ανθρωπιά [...]

    29. “Teach the ignorant as much as you can; society is culpable in not providing a free education for all and it must answer for the night which it produces. If the soul is left in darkness sins will be committed. The guilty one is not he who commits the sin, but he who causes the darkness.”A literary masterpiece. This is truly one of the best books I've ever read and I'm glad I took my time with it. So many characters, so many stories woven into one; a powerful & soulful book.Victor Hugo is [...]

    30. 873. Les Misérables, Victor Hugoبینوایان - ویکتور هوگو (جاویدان ، امیرکبیر ، توسن) ادبیات فرانسهعنوان: بینوایان؛ نویسنده: ویکتور هوگو؛ مترجم: حسینقلی مستعان؛ تهران، مطبعه ایران پاورقی، 1310، سپس به صورت کتاب در ده جلد و سپس در پنج جلد؛ چاپ دیگر: تهران، جاویدان، 1331، در دو جلد، چاپ دیگر: تهران، [...]

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