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Ico ostensibly one of Life's failures Claudio Magris paints a remarkably shrewd and observant picture of a whole world in ferment that of the decaying Austro Hungarian empire shaken to its foundations by the Great War and emerging from the German occupation and the Communist revolution ripe for disintegration and forever seeking as does Enrico for a reason to go on living. A short but very intense novel that is about what happens when an individual takes a philosophy of renunciation to heart and then to its logical extreme Enrico is a young intellectual who decides to follow the path of solitude and non attachment He travels to Patagonia seeking an authentic life on the pampas free from distractions from worries filled only with immediate sensations including the rigours of the weather Later he returns to find Europe on the threshold of turmoil He is surrounded by adoring friends but he keeps an emotional distance from them His relationships with women are superficial and curtailed because he fears entrapment He is a selfish character but not acuisitive of material possessions only of space silence and peace of mind and this purity sometimes causes trouble than if he had merely been a materialistic or megalomaniac brute He cares nothing for renown but demands respect He is a difficult man to deal with yet we are compelled by his experiences both physical and intellectual and follow the progress of his life as wars come and go and revolutions alter the fabric of the civilization that frames his existence A Tangled Affair (The Pearl House young intellectual who decides to follow the path of solitude and non attachment He travels to Patagonia seeking an authentic life on the pampas free from distractions from worries filled only with immediate sensations including the rigours of the weather Later he returns to find Europe on the threshold of turmoil He is surrounded by adoring friends but he keeps an emotional distance from them His relationships with women are superficial and curtailed because he fears entrapment He is a selfish character but not acuisitive of material possessions only of space silence and peace of mind and this purity sometimes causes trouble than if he had merely been a materialistic or megalomaniac brute He cares nothing for renown but demands respect He is a difficult man to deal with Matthews Choice yet we are compelled by his experiences both physical and intellectual and follow the progress of his life as wars come and go and revolutions alter the fabric of the civilization that frames his existence

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Un altro mare

Early this century Enrico a young intellectual leaves the abundantly diverse Austro Hungarian city of Gorizia with its mixed population and culture to spend several years living on the Patagonian pampas alone with his ancient Greek texts his flocks and every now and then a woman He has been taught by his closest friend Carlo a philosopherpoet who commits suicide in his ea.

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Rly twenties to search for an authentic life free of social falsehoods But in his search for this unattainable goal Enrico destroys every chance he has of a normal existence; even after his return to live a life of ever increasing isolation by the Istrian seashore his attempts at human intercourse at meaningful love are thwarted In recounting the life and character of Enr. Un piccolo libro che mi ha preso solo dalla met in poi All inizio lo si potrebbe considerare troppo saccente con uelle frasi latine e greche che solo chi ha fatto il liceo capisce poi per ho capito il senso del libro Enrico prima della guerra lascia la sua terra e va a vivere in Patagonia ma torna dopo ualche anno e trova tutto cambiato Lui non n un gaucho delle pampas n un reduce lui non ha fatto la guerra e non capisce pi il mondo che lo circonda C poi il mito di Carlo che lo seguir fino alla morte Un bel libro tutto sommato


10 thoughts on “Un altro mare

  1. says:

    πρώτη επαφή με Μαγκρίς και νομίζω ότι έχουμε ένα μικρό διαμαντάκι

  2. says:

    کتابی در مورد‌سرگشتگی انسان معاصرعناوین و‌جملات خیلی مهم هستند،همین‌عنوان باعث شد،شیرجه بزنم به سمت کتاب،هر چند وقفه بسیار طولانی حاصل شد از خرید کتاب تا خوانشالقصه،کتاب راخواندن

  3. says:

    This little book is about what might have happened if one of Carlo Michelstaedter's friends had carried the youngster's philosophical

  4. says:

    Само 96 страни но какви добри страниза пријатели кои учат едни за други откриваат повеќе за себе светот и животот а во

  5. says:

    Un piccolo libro che mi ha preso solo dalla metà in poi All'inizio lo si potrebbe considerare troppo saccente con uelle

  6. says:

    TEORIA Prendi un soggetto molto interessante Sposta lo sguardo della tua visione ad un oggetto vicino meno interessante Narra l'oggetto vicino senza mai dimenticare che volevi parlare d'altroSVOLGIMENTO Il soggetto è Carlo Michelstaedter Che già di suo pochissimo ha scritto e pochissimo ha detto nella brevità del suo passaggio terreno L'oggetto laterale è l'amico Rico tanto dinamico da risultare ad alcuni morto nel 33 uando in

  7. says:

    Grandi nuvole passano e spariscono una vacca strappa un ciuffo d'erba la terra gira ma sta anche ferma una margherita vive un mese un'effimera un giorno la stella della sera si chiama anche stella del mattino Talora il cielo si dilata

  8. says:

    Če vam ne sede Magrisova Donava je Drugo morje dostojen krajši nadomestek

  9. says:

    A short but very intense novel that is about what happens when an individual takes a philosophy of renunciation to heart and then to its logical extreme Enrico is a young intellectual who decides to follow the path of solit

  10. says:

    Roman „Drugo “ Klaudija Magrisa naizgled je nevelika knjižica no u pitanju je knjiga koja se čita veoma sporo jer je svaka rečenica važna Do savršenstva je očišćena od svakog viška pisana je bespreko

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