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  • ll giardino dei Finzi Contini
  • Giorgio Bassani
  • Italian
  • 24 May 2020
  • 9781602570344

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Free read ß ll giardino dei Finzi Contini å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Å Giorgio Bassani Ceste caracterizări Prin această carte Bassani e un scriitor evreu tipic un intelectual semit care reflectează la soarta poporului săuGrădinile Finzi Contini sunt metafora Edenului pierdut Dar şi a Pământului Promis A visului pe care orice evreu cu conştiinţa identităţii îl are acela de a avea o ţară O ţară pierdută o ţară visatăÎn Grădinile Finzi Contini Bassani descrie acel mediu cult şi rafinat al evreimii înstărite din perioada interbelică traduce totul într un roman de o nostalgie fără paliative recreează o lume care surprinde prin frumuseţea şi fragilitatea ei Şi te lasă să vezi totul prin ochii adultului care povesteşte totul după ce acea lume a dispărut căci autorul ne spune înc?. A historical novel set among an Italian Jewish community in the late 1930s this book has lyrical descriptive passages and a moving elegiac storyline Very enjoyableLike so many of the books I read long before joining GR I would have to read this again to write a review that does it justice It is part of a cycle of novels set in Ferrara and all of the others are now available in the same Penguin Modern Classics series Like another of my favourite books Hopeful Monsters by Nicholas Mosley it transcends the series it is part of and can be read as a self contained novel

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Free read ß ll giardino dei Finzi Contini å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Å Giorgio Bassani Cartea pune în lumină contrastul dintre vitalitatea tinereţii şi ororile unei realităţi crude Grădinile Finzi Contini vor răsuna de hohote de râs şi muzica şi vor fi răscolite de primii fiori ai dragostei Dar va veni un moment cu care cartea se deschide când din toate astea nu va mai ramâne decât tacerea rece a unui cavou somptuosSigur că romanul lui Bassani despre Grădinile Finzi Contini se poate citi în multe feluri E o mărturisire despre o lume dispărută e o elegie o poveste de dragoste Şi altcevaBassani e un scriitor pe care nu l jigneşte epitetul interesant Desigur i se poate spune şi important mare exponent de seamă al generaţiei sale nume sonor al literaturii italiene Nimic nu e nepotrivit din a. The short prologue to this book describes a visit by the narrator and his friends to the ancient burial site of the Etruscans at Cerveteri near Rome sometime in the 1950s In the course of the visit a discussion arises between one of the friends and his young daughter about why it might be less sad to visit a burial ground from long ago than to visit a present day one The father claims that it is because we knew and loved the people who are buried in our modern graveyards whereas the amount of time that has passed makes it as if the people buried in ancient sites never really lived at all or as if they were always dead But his young daughter is not convinced For her the Etruscans deserve our sadness just as much as do our recent dead Time does not make them less worthy of remembrance That prologue seems to underline Giorgio Bassani s intention for his Ferrara novels of which this book is the third In this episode I see a strengthening of his determination to preserve the memory of the community he belonged to while growing up in Ferrara in the 1930s and which has been well dispersed by the time he was writing this book in the late 1950s He wants to make sure that Time does not make it as if the community never existed especially since many of its members in contrast to the Etruscans with their well furnished tombs complete with food utensils mosaics chairs and beds never had any tomb at all The Finzi Contini family at the centre of this story seem to live as royally as the Etruscans Their house and gardens are exceptionally large and imposing and they possess a large and imposing tomb in the Jewish graveyard in Ferrara Their lives and their after lives seem well taken care of In this beautifully written narrative Giorgio Bassani has ensured that this particular family who lived as if already safely buried behind the high walls of their garden are fully deserving of our remembrance I doubt there is a reader who could ever forget them For those who are interested in the parallels I ve been finding between Bassani s Ferrara cycle and Marcel Proust s Recherche du Temps Perdu let me say that there are even here than in the second book The Gold Rimmed SpectaclesThe narrator is the same as in that book and he remains unnamed In this episode he recounts his memories of the Finzi Contini family from when he first became aware of them as a young boy in the late 1920s until he left Ferrara at the outbreak of the warLike Marcel Proust s unnamed narrator s obsession with the Guermantes family which began with a sighting in the church at Combray when he was a child and which grew and grew with the passing years Bassani s narrator first spots the Finzi Contini family in the local synagogue Each year during Passover Rosh HaShannah and Hanukkah he gets another sighting and becomes and interested in this family he rarely sees elsewhere He becomes particularly fascinated with the son and daughter of the house Alberto and Mic l who have private lessons and therefore don t attend the local school One day when he is a young teenager he has a brief encounter with Mic l across the Finzi Contini garden wall just as Proust s narrator does with Gilberte Swann through the garden railings of Tansonville From that day onwards his interest in the Finzi Continis transforms into an interest in Mic l alone just as Proust s narrator becomes obsessed with Gilberte during his teenage years to the exclusion of all else Both narrators have to wait a few years before they again encounter the object of their affection and the encounters happen in similar circumstances an invitation to the loved one s home for afternoon tea and conversation in the case of Gilberte for afternoon tea and tennis in the case of Mic l Then in both cases another period of separation during which they suffer jealous torment before a later encounter takes place These parallels may not seem much to other readers but they strike me as significant and I ll be on the lookout for as I read on through the final books in the cycle Academia Obscura young daughter about why it might be less sad to visit a burial ground from long ago than to visit a present day one The father claims that it is because we knew and loved the people who are buried in our modern graveyards whereas the amount of time that has passed makes it as if the people buried in ancient sites never really lived at all or as if they were always dead But his Wide eyed and Legless Inside the Tour De France A Sportspages Book young daughter is not convinced For her the Etruscans deserve our sadness just as much as do our recent dead Time does not make them less worthy of remembrance That prologue seems to underline Giorgio Bassani s intention for his Ferrara novels of which this book is the third In this episode I see a strengthening of his determination to preserve the memory of the community he belonged to while growing up in Ferrara in the 1930s and which has been well dispersed by the time he was writing this book in the late 1950s He wants to make sure that Time does not make it as if the community never existed especially since many of its members in contrast to the Etruscans with their well furnished tombs complete with food utensils mosaics chairs and beds never had any tomb at all The Finzi Contini family at the centre of this story seem to live as royally as the Etruscans Their house and gardens are exceptionally large and imposing and they possess a large and imposing tomb in the Jewish graveyard in Ferrara Their lives and their after lives seem well taken care of In this beautifully written narrative Giorgio Bassani has ensured that this particular family who lived as if already safely buried behind the high walls of their garden are fully deserving of our remembrance I doubt there is a reader who could ever forget them For those who are interested in the parallels I ve been finding between Bassani s Ferrara cycle and Marcel Proust s Recherche du Temps Perdu let me say that there are even here than in the second book The Gold Rimmed SpectaclesThe narrator is the same as in that book and he remains unnamed In this episode he recounts his memories of the Finzi Contini family from when he first became aware of them as a Il rogo di Berlino young boy in the late 1920s until he left Ferrara at the outbreak of the warLike Marcel Proust s unnamed narrator s obsession with the Guermantes family which began with a sighting in the church at Combray when he was a child and which grew and grew with the passing The Nightingale Girls years Bassani s narrator first spots the Finzi Contini family in the local synagogue Each A Certain Je Ne Sais uoi year during Passover Rosh HaShannah and Hanukkah he gets another sighting and becomes and interested in this family he rarely sees elsewhere He becomes particularly fascinated with the son and daughter of the house Alberto and Mic l who have private lessons and therefore don t attend the local school One day when he is a Pleins feux sur le tutu young teenager he has a brief encounter with Mic l across the Finzi Contini garden wall just as Proust s narrator does with Gilberte Swann through the garden railings of Tansonville From that day onwards his interest in the Finzi Continis transforms into an interest in Mic l alone just as Proust s narrator becomes obsessed with Gilberte during his teenage Bogwoppit years to the exclusion of all else Both narrators have to wait a few Middle School The Worst Years of My Life years before they again encounter the object of their affection and the encounters happen in similar circumstances an invitation to the loved one s home for afternoon tea and conversation in the case of Gilberte for afternoon tea and tennis in the case of Mic l Then in both cases another period of separation during which they suffer jealous torment before a later encounter takes place These parallels may not seem much to other readers but they strike me as significant and I ll be on the lookout for as I read on through the final books in the cycle

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Free read ß ll giardino dei Finzi Contini å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Å Giorgio Bassani ? din prologul romanului că protagonista a fost deportată împreună cu familia ei într un lagăr de concentrare german din care nu s a mai întors niciodată Însă rămâne imaginea acelor grădini pline de viaţă debordând de spirit ebraic liber încă departe de ameninţările secolului trecutOrice scriitor evreu trebuie să scrie despre poporul său despre poporul cărţii Într un anume fel orice scriere este un dans cu cartea Cartea care nu poate fi distrusă cartea dinăuntru Cartea din Templul invizibil purtat ca o taină prin secole Grădinile Finzi Contini sunt un vehicul pentru nostalgie însă şi pentru speranţa slăbită dar nu distrusă că ele vor putea ieşi din starea de ruină pentru a străluci din no. There is no such thing as a happy place All places bring sadness Think even of places with the loudest laughter like a carnival Late in the night when all the visitors had left you ll see the ferris wheel and the other rides unmoving This one gay place suddenly desolate eery In China there s an abandoned theme park It has become to the local inhabitants nearby like a ghost townIn the back cover blurb and in the five page prologue of this novel you ll learn at once that except for the narrator all the principal protagonists here Italian Jews had perished during the second world war after they ve been arrested and transported to Germany But this is not what makes this novel of unreuited love haunting In fact its story ends just before the outbreak of the war the narrator just mentioning the deaths in a short two page epilogue Like it doesn t really matter if these characters died the way they didBut the places Then ancient tombs of the Etruscans dead four or five thousand years ago their forgotten lives given recognition by a nine year old girl the mausoleum of the Finzi Continis family with its last dead now unattended and had lost it fight against the relentless siege of the surrounding vegetation the family s big house where once the Finzi Continis family lived the father the mother their beautiful daughter and her brother now eually isolated and forlorn their tennis court scene of untiring matches among the siblings and their young friends now buried by weeds and detritus the house s once glorious garden where the love central to the story was thought to have had its blossoming now but a dim shadow of its old grandeur Not the memory or the prose but it is the places which carry the sadness of the world