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❰Reading❯ ➸ Sefarad Author Antonio Muñoz Molina – Salovehej.me Kirjailijan pääteos on hiottu ja syvää humanismia huokuva kuvaus erilaisissa rajatiloissa häilyvistä syrjään sysätyistä ihmisistä Sefarad on kuningaspari Ferdinandin ja Isabellan 1400 luvunReading Sefarad Author Antonio Muñoz Molina Salovehej.me Kirjailijan pääteos on hiottu ja syvää humanismia huokuva kuvaus erilaisissa rajatiloissa häilyvistä syrjään sysätyistä ihmisistä Sefarad on kuningaspari Ferdinandin ja Isabellan 1400 luvun Kirjailijan pääteos on hiottu ja syvää humanismia huokuva kuvaus erilaisissa rajatiloissa häilyvistä syrjään sysätyistä ihmisistä Sefarad on kuningaspari Ferdinandin ja Isabellan luvun lopulla Espanjasta karkottamien juutalaisten antama nimi kadotetulle isänma.

Alleen jonne nämä aina kaipasivat Kirja sisältää otsikoitua näennäisesti irrallista tarinaa jotka yhdessä muodostavat ehjän kokonaisuuden Kirjailija itse on verrannut rakennetta muodoltaan vapaaseen epäsinfoniseen musiikkiin Teemat henkilöt ja jopa jotkut lauseet toistuvat läpi teoksen Omaelämäkerralliseen aineistoon ja sepitteellisiin henkilöhahmoihin tulee lisäksi mukaan historiallisia henkilöitä kuten Franz Kafka ja Milena Jerenka Primo Levi ja Walter BenjaminUseat henkilöistä ovat romaanin nimen mukaisesti juutalaisia mutta aina he ov.

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Sefarad PDF ê Paperback Antonio Muñoz Molina is a Spanish writer and since June a full member of the Royal Spanish Academy He currently resides in New York City United States In he served as the director of the Instituto Cervantes of New YorkHe was born in the town of Úbeda in Jaén provinceHe studied art history at the University of Granada and journalism in Madrid He began writing in the s a.

sefarad download Sefarad PDFAlleen jonne nämä aina kaipasivat Kirja sisältää otsikoitua näennäisesti irrallista tarinaa jotka yhdessä muodostavat ehjän kokonaisuuden Kirjailija itse on verrannut rakennetta muodoltaan vapaaseen epäsinfoniseen musiikkiin Teemat henkilöt ja jopa jotkut lauseet toistuvat läpi teoksen Omaelämäkerralliseen aineistoon ja sepitteellisiin henkilöhahmoihin tulee lisäksi mukaan historiallisia henkilöitä kuten Franz Kafka ja Milena Jerenka Primo Levi ja Walter BenjaminUseat henkilöistä ovat romaanin nimen mukaisesti juutalaisia mutta aina he ov.

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  1. Cynthia Cynthia says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFOn page 140 the author appears to describe a vision for this bookFor two or three years I have flirted with the idea of writing a novel imagined situations and places like snapshots or like those posters displayed on large billboards at the entrance to a movie theater That these stills were never in narrative seuence made them all the powerful freed them of the weight and vulgar conventions of a scenario; they were revelations in the present with no before or after When I didn't have the money to go inside I would spend hours looking at the photographs outside the theater not needi


  2. Elaine Elaine says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFA revelationlapidary new insight into so many of my own intellectual and emotional obsessions both an intimate portrait of mourning the loss of youth growing up travel and the trains taken and untaken and a history of the 20th century and beyond Most reminded me of reading Proust


  3. Elise Elise says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFSepharad is one of the most beautifully written books I have read in a long time most refreshing for a reader who loves language and history My only problem with this book is that it was billed as a novel Those looking for a linear tale of suspense that takes place in single setting wil


  4. Bert Hirsch Bert Hirsch says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFBook ReviewSepharad by Antonio Munoz MolinaA book I thoroughly enjoyed yet am at a loss to describe What is it about What are the themes Is it a novel Is it autofiction Is it an extended essay All these uestions roll around as I attempt to pull this review together I read through some notes I jotted down as I read through this magnificent piece of literatureThe book begins with people in the process of travel Bus riders; train occupants; strangers meeting up travelers on the road enad with The “lightness of being” a shout out to Kundera one experiences when away from home and daily routines The narrator riffs on books he read while he too was on t


  5. Psychophant Psychophant says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFThis is a very hard book to read It deals mainly with alienation yearning for a lost pastland loss and genocide I had to take it in small doses or it can really pull you down because although there are some glimmers of hope and joy they are small and far betweenI have shelved it as short stories because this is not an usual novel It is a series of almost real and real stories all dealing wi


  6. Robert Wechsler Robert Wechsler says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFIt took me a while to figure out this novel but what kept me interested throughout was the excellent storytelling the excellent voices of the narrators and the way Molina keeps you off balance with changing person voice and storyWhat does hold the various stories together is the way they all show the effects of totalitarianism on individuals real and invented A lot is about exile and self imposed exile even exile while still living in one’s homeland There is a lot of nostalgia confusion and ruined or lost relationships It’s a humanizing of something that was inhuman or at least the abuse of what is human because sadly what is human than abusing other humans directly and indirectly intentionally or not


  7. Adam Adam says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFWow this is a book after my own heart It says on the cover that it's a novel but I don't think so Really its a collection of stories which are mostly personal but with many recurring motifs and themes that link them together If you are Spanish or Jewish or love 20th century European history or traveling or have migrated from a provincial city to a major capital this book will speak to you The book is made up of 17 chapters ea


  8. K K says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFI tried If I had a shelf for is it just me or does the emperor have no clothes this would be on it It got great reviews from all the snobby publications and I simply couldn't make heads or tails of it I didn't get any sense of a novel and I never uite learned who the narrator narrators was It felt like each chapter was meant to be its own short story but within each of those several different tales were being told in an almost stream of consciousness way One minute we're Catholic Spaniards the next minute we're Holocaust victimsrefugees in various eastern European locations etc Maybe I should have given this of a chance but I had trouble giving it even the 50 pages I feel I owe any given book before deciding to discard it


  9. Mobeme53 Branson Mobeme53 Branson says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFAn absolutely remarkable book; this is not so much of a novel as a collection of narratives from diverse times and backgrounds The theme such as it is is about death injustice prejudice sorrow and happiness This book reuires readers to be alert and fully engaged It took me a while to get used to the style particularly that sometimes in the middle of a paragraph the person


  10. Paul Paul says:

    Sefarad PDF ê Paperback sefarad download, Sefarad PDFThis is certainly an arresting and intriguing book though its billing as 'a novel' is misleading Rather it is a loosely themed collection of sketches essays and stories The author writes very beautifully though I must confess that his habit of obscuring the identity and gender of the narrator was a little disconcerting Perhaps that is intentional as one theme running through the 17 chapters is that of uncertainty and dispossesion This is essentially a book about the lives of the disappearedSome of the tales refer to well known historic figures such as Kafka or Primo


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