Un amour de Swann

Un amour de Swann Un amour de Swann est un fragment de la recherche du temps perdu la deuxi me partie de Du c t de chez Swann Son sujet en est l amour et la jalousie qu prouve Swann pour Odette de Cr cy C est pourquoi

  • Title: Un amour de Swann
  • Author: Marcel Proust
  • ISBN: 9782070367801
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • Un amour de Swann est un fragment de la recherche du temps perdu, la deuxi me partie de Du c t de chez Swann.Son sujet en est l amour et la jalousie qu prouve Swann pour Odette de Cr cy C est pourquoi il a depuis toujours fait l objet d ditions s par es, comme s il constituait un petit roman autonome.

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    1. For the Celebrity Death Match Review Tournament, Hamlet (4) versus À la recherche du temps perdu (29)[A bar in Elsinore. HAMLET is slumped in front of a large collection of empty glasses]HAMLET: O, that this too too solid flesh would meltThaw and resolve itself into a dew!Or that the Everlasting had not fix'dHis canon 'gainst self-slaughter! O God! God!How weary, stale, flat and unprofitable,Seem to me all the uses of this world!Fie on't! ah fie! 'tis an unweeded garden,That grows to seed; thin [...]

    2. Un recit d'amour a la maniere proustienne. Une naissance d'amour et sa raison d'etre chez un individu cultive et propice a montrer cette culure. Swann est un habitue de salons, homme d'une vaste culure artistique, musicale litteraire, homme dont la vie reflete ses gouts, ses convictions et ses desirs.Un homme pour qui une rencontre faite au hasatd dans une salon un peu equivoque suscite de la curiosite , de la surprise , releve en lui des emotions ressemblant a l'attrait physique ou comme face a [...]

    3. Sinceramente, che gli vuoi dire a Proust?Ok, a volte la prende un po' alla larga.E Swann e Odette sono così indolenti che ogni tanto due testate gliele daresti per risvegliarli. Pero, dai, livelli altissimi.Non ero molto convinto. E invece. [82/100]“E come, accingendosi a baciare Odette per la prima volta, aveva cercato di imprimersi nella memoria il viso ch’ella aveva avuto per tanto tempo ai suoi occhi e che il ricordo di quel bacio stava per trasformare, così ora, allo stesso modo, gli [...]

    4. I know Proust is supposed to be amazing - maybe reading in the original french was just too much because it's discouragingly dense - the text just goes on and on with extremely rare paragraph markings. The thing about Proust is that he really goes into such minute detail - sometimes it's interesting and insightful, sometimes it seems rambling and irrelevant. He does a great job of character development and a surprisingly realistic description of the details of human behavior and thinking, but it [...]

    5. It's a definition of love in 200 pages, and then you realize that the object is of no importance, only the subject itself.

    6. ,,Kad bi mu pogled naišao, na njegovom stolu, na Odetinu fotografiju, ili kad bi ona sama došla da ga poseti, nije lako mogao da identifikuje lik od krvi i mesa, ili od hartije, s onim bolnim stalnim nemirom što je boravio u njemu. Pomislio bi gotovo iznenađen: ,To, ona!' kao da bi nam odjednom pokazali, otelovljenu pred nama, neku našu bolest, a mi ne bismo našli da liči na ono od čega patimo.''youtube/watch?v=u-F98

    7. A marvellous study of obsession and jealousy: Proust's ability to understand the psyche is second to none!

    8. Charles Swann, the man of woe. There is no character for whom I have such pity. For, as readers, we do not watch Swann's suffering from above, we sob alongside him from within.Proust is as magical as ever.

    9. I got through this fueled primarily by frustration. It's the second part of Swann's Way and truly a beautiful, poignant piece of literature. Others have pointed out that, were you to remove if from the context of 'In Search of Lost Time' it could nearly - if not completely - stand on it's own as a novella. Which, as a reader, was the problem. It felt removed from the story that was presented in part one of Swann's Way, which was a genuine pleasure to read, because it goes from the narrator's (we [...]

    10. J'ai attaqué Proust avec ce 'fragment', en fait la deuxième partie de "Du côté de chez Swann", premier tome de 'A LA RECHERCHE DU TEMPS PERDU'.Une petite dose homéopathique donc, à priori abordable. Je m'y suis mise et voilà que j'ai été assiégée des phrases interminables qui tournent autour du pot, m'embrouillant et me perdant en route: tout pour me déplaire! Et pourtant y avait quelque chose de captivant là-dedans, malgré cette écriture à rallonge qui m'a rebutée au début, et [...]

    11. I enjoyed this book, although I didn't find it as enchanting and fascinatingly mystical and mysterious as Swann's Way. Un Amour de Swann was definitely more linear and straight-forward, which was a little sad in my opinion. I was actually starting to enjoy Proust's way of jumping back and forth and interweaving thoughts and stories together. It gave the story in Swann's Way a timeless sort of quality.In Un Amour de Swann, Swann is the main character, and basically he's an aristocrat who has too [...]

    12. ظاهرا که یه ماجرای عاشقانه بود اما در باطن به مسائل مهمتری اشاره می کرد، مسائل حقیقی که توجه آدمو به اهدافش، شخصیتش، روابطش و جلب می کننآدم تا به بلوغ فکری نرسه نمیتونه عشق حقیقی رو درک کنه و سوان هم بعد از همه ی ماجراهاش، به بلوغ فکری رسید پس نمیتونسته "عشق" باشه. صرفا حماقتی بو [...]

    13. It is quite an interesting subject. I haven't read to many books dealing with jealousy, but this one seems to me one of the masterpieces.One of the major problems that prevented me from giving it a higher rating is the style of Marcel Proust. I am not a big fan of Mr. Proust style. His paragraphs span for more than 1 page. His phrases are almost always composed, having more than one subordinates. And he uses a lot of divagations, some of them huge enough to be paragraphs of their own. For exampl [...]

    14. قراءة هذه الرواية بغير اللغة الفرنسية هو إغتيال لها ، لحد الأن لم أجد ترجمة جيدة لها ، قرأتها أولا باللغة العربية ، الأن أقراها باللغة الفرنسية بشكل متقطع جدا من أجمل المشاهد في الرواية هي مشهد الرجل الذي كبر ، فجأة يتذكر "المادلين" وهي نوع من الحلوى يشرب عادة مع الشاي ، تلك ال [...]

    15. Migrei entre "que genial!" e "por que ele está falando isso exaustivamente e em parágrafos intermináveis?" frequentemente durante todo o livro. Foi a minha experiência com o Proust, e apesar da leitura não ter sido tão entusiasmante e natural quanto eu esperava - consegui engatar no livro só depois da terceira tentativa!, o que pra mim é coisa raríssima - espero poder dar outra chance ao hombre. No mais, além das referências interessantes que ele faz com aparente propriedade a outros [...]

    16. I realized about halfway through this book, which I found amazingly engaging, is that I have utterly no interesting in seeing the movie (I have a copy published in conjunction with the Jeremy Irons-starring film). Seeing people do foolish things for love (or self-interest or obsession) holds no interest for me, but reading the eloquent and insightful analysis of each step, each feeling, of the relationship was fantastic.

    17. Il ne faut jamais discuter sur les romans ni sur les pièces de théâtre. Chacun a sa manière de voir et vous pouvez trouver détestable ce que j'aime le mieux.

    18. There were no chapters! NO CHAPTERS! Which is fine, really. I mean, why not? The unusual non-stop continuation of extra long adverbs (describing a particular piece of music for example) was intriguing at first, of course. But then my mind wondered.when am I supposed to put down the book and eat a cookie? When am I supposed to feel as if time has come to get up, and get a glass of milk to go with my cookie? When do I inhale deeply after a satisfactory sum-up of the protagonist's fresh musings? On [...]

    19. E va bene l'amore, e va bene il tormento, e va bene la passione ma riempire 200 pagine solo di riflessioni e paturnie mi sembra un po' esagerato. Senza nulla togliere a Proust e al modo favoloso in cui crea metafore e artifici retorici vari, purtroppo devo ammettere che la storia lascia a desiderare: non c'è nessun progresso, non c'è né inizio né fine, non c'è quasi evoluzione nei personaggi.All'inizio mi ero ingannata di poter paragonare Swann a Emilio Brentani e Odette ad Angiolina, ma me [...]

    20. 3.5/5Je pensais que j'allais détester ce livre, honnêtement. Et en réalité, ça a été le contraire. Ce n'est pas le coup de cœur de l'année, mais c'était agréable à lire - bien qu'un peu long sur la fin. Les personnages sont bien développés, complexes, et je me suis attachée à Swann. Quant à l'écriture, j'ai plutôt accroché avec, contrairement à ce que je pensais !Donc, ce livre a été une bonne surprise dans l'ensemble.

    21. A story about Swann's love, I suppose. But also about how he feels about many other things. I can't speak to the English translation, but if it tracks well with the original French, author Proust is a talented writer. His narratives seem to me to work especially well. He also reinforced for me, how beautiful a well constructed long sentence can be. I'm not sure I can recommend this book, as I simply don't find this genre all that interesting. Then again, some might.

    22. Zaista izvanredna knjiga. Knjiga o ljubavi, opsesiji, ljubomori, razočarenju i još mnogo toga. Teška knjiga za čitanje zbog svoje forme, ali toliko prisna svakom od nas. Prvi deo knjige je odlučan, dok sam u drugom delu očekivao kraj koji nikako da dodje.

    23. Uuesti lugedes oskan ma juba hinnata vahele jäetud lõike. Ainult et kui mina nii pikkade lausetega kirjutaks, oleks õppejõud kohe tõre.

    24. Tre stelle solamente, si, ma per Charles Swann, che ha ingannato se stesso consapevolmente e, soprattutto, fino all'ultima battuta! E mi scusi Egregio Proust, ma 3 stelle anche a lei per il suo narratore che ha deriso il povero sciocco di Swann e me, povera lettrice che si è dovuta sorbire i suoi interminabili periodi!

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