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[ Pdf L'Automne à Pékin î womens PDF ] by Boris Vian Ö Tento pr beh nie je o Pekingu ani o jeseni a nie je to pr beh Je to surre lny povlak slov, zachyten na zvy ku v eraj ieho d a, asi tak dva kilometre severne od jesene, tam ako doznieva Peking a za na nede n popoludnie.
Boris Vian Was A Jack Of All Trades Although Unfortunately His Name Was Boris And Boris Of All Trades Never Took Off As A Turn Of Phrase But Nevertheless Vian Was A Great Songwriter, Playwright, Singer, Jazz Critic And, Of Course Novelist So It Should Have Been Boris Instead Of Jack Vian S Novel Autumn In Peking L Automne A Pekin Is Perhaps Vian S Most Slapstick Work, With An Added Amount Of Despair In Its Exotic Recipe For A Violent Cocktail Drink The Story Takes Place In The Imaginary Desert Called Exopotamie Where All The Leading Characters Take Part In The Building Of A Train Station With Tracks That Go Nowhere Houses And Buildings Are Destroyed To Build This Unnecessary Structure And In Vian S World Waste Not, Make Not In Alistair Rolls Pioneering Study Of Vian S Novels, The Flight Of The Angels, He Expresses That Exopotamie Is A Thinly Disguised Version Of Paris, Where After The War The City Started Changing Its Previous Centuries Of Architecture To Something Modern Yes, Something Dull To Take The Place Of What Was Exciting And Mysterious Vian, In A Mixture Of Great Humor And Unequal Amount Of Disgust, Introduces Various Eccentric Characters In This Desert Adventure, Such As Anne And Angel Who Are Best Friends And Rochelle Who Is In Love And Sleeps With Anne, While Angel Is Madly In Love With Her Besides The Trio There Is Also Doctor Mangemanche The Archeologist Athanagore Porphyroginite, His Aide, Cuivre And Pipo All Of Them In A Locality Similar To Lewis Carroll S Alice In Wonderland, Where There Is A Tinge Of Darkness And Anything Is Possible, Except For Happiness Fant stico Hay que poseer mucha imaginaci n para crear un mundo como el descrito en esta obra.
Escrito con lenguaje culto, pero con gran espontaneidad, lleva lo absurdo, m s all que cualquier predecesor.
Me ha hecho gracia las citas absolutamente fuera de lugar, que encabezan los cap tulos 5 Estrelas SurrealistasIlustra o by Ievgen Kharuk Outono em Pequim um romance do escritor franc s Boris Vian 1920 1959 , publicado originalmente em 1947, com uma reedi o em 1956 A minha edi o, comprada em 1990, das Publica es Dom Quixote com tradu o da escritora Lu sa Neto Jorge Na contracapa da segunda edi o francesa de Outono em Pequim podia ler se o seguinte aviso fundamentalEsta obra n o trata, naturalmente, nem do Outono, nem da China Qualquer rela o com estas coordenadas espaciais e temporais seria uma mera coincid ncia involunt riaOutono em Pequim come a com quatro cap tulos preliminares A, B, C e D que introduzem quase todas as personagens da hist ria , a que se segue a 1 PASSAGEM que no caso espec fico re Tento pr beh nie je o Pekingu ani o jeseni a nie je to pr beh Je to surre lny povlak slov, zachyten na zvy ku v eraj ieho d a, asi tak dva kilometre severne od jesene, tam ako doznieva Peking a za na nede n popoludnie.
Autumn in Peking Boris VianA few years ago I met a thirty something Frenchman in a youth hostel in Bariloche, Argentina and he confessed to me he had read everything by Boris Vian including many works yet to be translated into English but had read them a long time ago, during his University years, and that he hasn t revisited them since Vian represents a period author for my French friend specifically young adulthood Similar to say Kurt Vonnegut, Jack Kerouac, Ayn Rand, or Hermann Hesse for young readers in the U.
S if indeed these are still viable youth magnets today I know when I was 19 years old I carried around a rumpled paperback of Hesse s Narcissus and Goldmund in my back pocket as I strode across the college green As a young man I was drawn to tales of vagabonds traveling the open Autumn in Peking Boris VianA few years ago I met a thirty something Frenchman in a youth hostel in Bariloche, Argentina and he confessed to me he had read everything by Boris Vian including many works yet to be translated into English but had read them a long time ago, during his University years, and that he hasn t revisited them since Vian represents a period author for my French friend specifically young adulthood Similar to say Kurt Vonnegut, Jack Kerouac, Ayn Rand, or Hermann Hesse for young readers in the U.
S if indeed these are still viable youth magnets today I know when I was 19 years old I carried around a rumpled paperback of Hesse s Narcissus and Goldmund in my back pocket as I strode across the college green As a young man I was drawn to tales of vagabonds traveling the open Almost surrealist Boris Vian s narratives are subject to utter mutability and unpredictability At any moment, anything may happen, any however casual phrase has the power to spin off via a tangential nuance of meaning a totally unexpected plot thread, which will then prove integral to all that follows However, anyone can write an insane and utterly unforeseeable text see any number of mid grade automatic texts by actual surrealists Boris Vian s unique talent is for making his unpredictability tie together into a congruent and memorable story as a whole, in which all individually bizarre moments have a logical in retrospect place.
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And then I kept reading and the disappointingly atrocious gender politics began Ugh, come on Boris Vian, do you really believe all this stuff I was ready to like you perhaps even love you just on the strength o He empezado la obra como si, a la velocidad de la luz, sorteara miles de obst culos en una carrera muy divertida Ese desquicio se fren poco a poco, dando paso a una risa m s tranquila y apreciando cierta cr tica social, detr s de esas escenas tan estrafalarias No hay detalle que a Vian se le haya escapado La he encontrado perfecta, 5 estrellas.
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Non, Boris Vian n a pas crit que j irai cracher sur vos tombes Le r cit ne se passe pas P kin, mais est bien dans le style de Boris Vian loufoque, absurde, acerbe, hilarant, burlesque et enchanteur Ce livre n est pas d une lecture ais e si l on ne veut pas perdre l essentiel du fil des v nements Une de ses citations a depuis toujours retenu mon attention Les prix litt raires sont remis dans l indiff rence g n rale par des coll ges de vieux g teux qui ont rang leur r volte au vestiaire depuis bien longtemps Elle ne s applique d ailleurs pas qu aux crivains, mais est tout aussi valable pour les politiciens, les acteurs, les cin astes, les musiciens, les penseurs et les hommes en g n ral.
Un grand crivain m connu il a fait l objet d Outono em Pequim uma esp cie de manifesto criativo contra o racionalismo a defini o de surrealismo o desprezo pela l gica e pelos padr es estabelecidos irreal imagina o sem limites arte e poesia anarquia o homem e a natureza interpretados n o luz da raz o o sonho,o inconsciente e a imagina o corros ocheia e vazia sobre coisas t o importantes que n o servem para nada 5 stars for the first 30 pages, but then I don t know, feels like I m in part cartoon, part American movie None of the characterizations, conflicts, banter, and absurd predicaments got to me like the A and B vignettes early on Vian has his moments of wicked irony, but it s tough to sustain given the singular, snappy tone spread across the set up and wide cast of characters on Exopotamie 3.
5 stars.
Fant stico Hay que poseer mucha imaginaci n para crear un mundo como el descrito en esta obra.
Escrito con lenguaje culto, pero con gran espontaneidad, lleva lo absurdo, m s all que cualquier predecesor.
Me ha hecho gracia las citas absolutamente fuera de lugar, que encabezan los cap tulos

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