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La strada di San Giovanni L Infanzia, La Guerra Partigiana, I Rapporti Con Il Padre Cinque Scritti Postumi Sul Tema Della Memoria.Contiene La Strada Di San Giovanni Autobiografia Di Uno Spettatore Ricordo Di Una Battaglia La Poubelle Agre E E Dall Opaco


About the Author: Italo Calvino

Italo Calvino was born in Cuba and grew up in Italy He was a journalist and writer of short stories and novels His best known works include the Our Ancestors trilogy 1952 1959 , the Cosmicomics collection of short stories 1965 , and the novels Invisible Cities 1972 and If On a Winter s Night a Traveler 1979.His style is not easy to classify much of his writing has an air reminiscent to th



10 thoughts on “La strada di San Giovanni

  1. says:

    The Road to San Giovanni The Road to San Giovanni is a collection of five autobiographical essays though it would be appropriate to call them memory deliberations instead which presents an affecting self portrait and offers indirect insights into how Calvino conjured up his imaginary worlds worlds which are surreal, mystical but so enthralling that they look real whose language combines exactitude, freedom and lightness to form different voice altogether Calvino starts with his relationship which was not usual as his father was curious about the minute examination of flora, he had passion for studying and acclimatizing exotic plants, while Calvino used to weave his own world of fantasy with father The way my father saw things, it was from here up that the world began, while the other part of the world below the house was a mere appendix, necessary sometimes when there were things to be, but alien and insignificant, to be crossed in great strides, as though in flight, without looking to right or left Every other day Calvino walked to the farm with his father Neither spoke, for the minds of both were elsewhere the one already on the land, the other lost in the city It was a struggle Calvino neve...


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    Calvino nun d rd an anlat , biri deneme be k sa yaz s kitapta yer al yor Dili yk ve romanlar ndan ok farkl , mizah , o keskin ironi silah n hi kullanmam Biraz uzun, bazen ba lant c mleleriyle takip etmesi zor d z yaz kullanm Calvino nun edebi y n n de il, kendisini tan mak isterseniz okuyun.


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    When it comes to Calvino, I d always chose his innovative and magical fiction than anything non fiction, but this book caught my eye, and I do like him a lot, so I took the plunge These five pieces, or memory exercises as so called, do offer some indirect insights into how he conjured up his imaginary stories These writings were collected by his wife, and tell of his difficult relationship with his father, who was a farmer and horticulturist, and had a passion for studying and acclimatizing exotic wildlife which filled the young Calvino with an investigative mind He also recalls his love for cinema, before a graphic account of fighting fascists during the Second World War, that becomes a so...


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    G r yorsunuz, nas l ayr l yordu yollar m z, babam nki ve benimki Ama ben de ok farkl de ildim Arad m yol, t pk onunki gibi, bir ba ka yabanc l n, insan std nyas n n ya da cehenneminin derinlerinden kaz p a a kard m yol de ilse neydi Yar karanl k avlu giri lerinde bir kad n g lgesi, kimi zaman yok oluverirdi orada g zlerimle arad m ey, b t n s z ve ekillerin ger e e, somuta, bir yank n n yank s n n yank s olmaktan k p kendi deneyimime d n t bir d nyaya a lan aral k kap , bak mla ku ataca m sinema perdesi, evirece im sayfa de ilse neydi Sf 18 San Giovanni ye yakla t k a babam gene gerginle irdi bu, kendisinin hissetti i yegane yere bir an nce ula ma arzusunun son bir d avurumu de ildi yaln zca, ayn zamanda sanki oradan onca saat uzakta olman n pi manl , o saatlerde bir eylerin mutlaka yitirilmi ya da bozulmu oldu u kan s , ya am nda San Giovanni olmayan her eyi bir an nce silme iste iydi bir de, San Giovanni d nyan n tamam de il, d nyan n yaln zca bir k esi, kalan her eyin ku att bir k esi oldu undan, bu yerin onun i in her zaman bir umutsuzluk anlam na gelece i duygusu Sf 27 yleyse o zamanlar sinema, bu ba lamda, ne anlama gelmi ti benim i in S yleyeyim uzakl k Bir uzakl k gereksinmesine, ger ekli in s n rlar n yayma, evremde l ye gelmez, geome...


  5. says:

    I spent the better half of last weekend on the beach reading this book, which was left behind in the house where I was staying It consists of a series of provocative vignettes that approach memoir, or memory exercises as Calvino called them I re read many of the masterful sentences in this collection, impressed obsessed, even with the powerful ideas underlying it.Calvino plays with the very idea of memoir, and of memory itself When he recalls a battle, he begins with an extended metaphor of memories as sediment buried under a riverbed He acknowledges the problems inherent in unearthing them To explain his memories of war would be to bury them again under the sedimentary crust of hindsight, the kind of reflections that put things in order and explain everything according to the logic of past history This seems the defining problem of collective memory, or history, as professors like to call it Calvino also struggles to represent figures from his past In the title exercise, he describes his father, who espoused vast botanical knowledge Instead of the taxonomical names his father taught him, Calvino recalls fantastical names for the plants and then reveals his dilemma about recounting details that he never paid attention to in the first place The problem of personal memory What do we tell ourselves that we remember What do we tell ourselves to remember Another piece recalls his boyhood days at the ...


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    CONTENTS La strada di San Giovanni, 1962Autobiografia di uno spettatore, 1974Ricordo di una battaglia, 1974La pueblo agree, 1977Dall opaco, 19714 Se una notte d inverno un viaggiatore4 Il cavaliere inesistente4 Il visconte dimezzato3 The Road to San GiovanniTR The Baron in the TreesTR Wh...


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    The Road to San Giovanni consists of five memory exercises I found each of these chapters were written in a very different manner and strangely arranged in a sequence from the most sentimental to the most analytic In that, I mean that the first three exercises were descriptions of things that had happened in the author s life, and the last two are commentary based on reflection and analysis The end posts here are mostly written fragments The first exercise, the title story, is long descriptions, often long sentences with thoughts running together, describing the author s childhood taking trips up a mountainside to the family garden There s a lot of description here, but it is run together so as to make reading a chore It s as if the author wanted to save his thoughts as rapidly as possible but using the most poetic wording he could The second exercise describes the author s cinema experiences as a child and young man Here the writing is like a typical short story, and there s than just description some analysis is done concerning things like the impact of poorly dubbing English pictures had on later Italian movies The third exercise concerns remembering a battle in WWII, where the author seems to remember about what happened after some reflection The fourth piece is a...


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    Na d vida entre 2 e 3, fico com a maior nota.Confesso que terminei o livro com um certo dissabor N o fosse a escrita excelente do Calvino e o poder de imergir o leitor at nas mais estranhas divaga es quantas vezes vemos uma problematiza o sobre o ato de levar o lixo pra fora meu descontentamento com o livro seria maior A proposta me parece interessante, uma colet nea de mem rias e reflex es do autor perdidas ao longo do tempo e reagrupadas na obra Tenho certo apre o por textos com o objetivo de apenas trazer um olhar reflexivo do nosso cotidiano, mas custo acreditar que um leitor n o t o simpatizante acharia a leitura agrad vel Ainda mais levando em conta o estilo do Calvino, com longas senten as e passagens que n o visam concluir um pensamento, mas apenas trazer o leitor para sua livre divaga o Ali s, aqui preciso esclarecer que n o o fa o como uma cr tica negativa ao autor em si, pelo contr rio, as duas outras obras que tive a oportunidade de ler foram viagens maravilhosas, e incluo uma delas Se Um Viajante Numa Noite de Inverno como uma das melhores que j li.Talvez parte da culpa no descontentamento seja minha pela expectativa que trouxe a...


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    The first two memory exercises were amazing The first is a piece of his father walking to and from the fields The second essay was about watching American films as a kid in Fascist Italy Wonderful The third piece, about not really rememberinga ba...


  10. says:

    Kitapta yazar n be farkl konuda yazm oldu u metinler derlenmi Kendisiyle y zle me notlar olarak da adland rabiliriz Konu itibariyle beni ok etkilemedi i i in kitab n i ine bir t rl giremedim Baz kitaplar okuman n ger ekten zaman oldu unu d n yorum Yaln zca seyircisi oldu unu d nd...


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