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Novecento. Un monologo [Epub] ➝ Novecento. Un monologo ➞ Alessandro Baricco – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Il Virginian era un piroscafo Negli anni tra le due guerre faceva la spola tra Europa e America, con il suo carico di miliardari, di emigranti e di gente qualsiasi Dicono che sul Virginian si esibisse Il Virginian era un piroscafo Negli anni tra le due guerre faceva la spola tra Europa e America, con il suo carico di miliardari, di emigranti e di gente qualsiasi Dicono che sul Virginian si esibisse ogni sera un pianista straordinario, dalla tecnica strabiliante, capace di suonare una musica mai sentita prima, meravigliosa Dicono che la sua storia fosse pazzesca, che fosse nato su quella nave e che da l non fosse mai sceso Dicono che nessuno sapesse il perch.


10 thoughts on “Novecento. Un monologo

  1. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    We read this in my French class as a group, with someone doing the narration I hate that It s very difficult to concentrate But the book turned out good nonetheless I hardly ever met someone like Novecento Such a complex character He deservedchapters though.


  2. Dhanaraj Rajan Dhanaraj Rajan says:

    The world is the piano of God and on which I can not play says the most famous Pianist Novecento 1900.This is a short and provocative story with an interesting philosophy at the end The story is of a person born and brought up on a ship andspecifically he was born on the piano of the ship It seems that the music gave its spirit to him and he emerges a genius of a piano player The strangeness associated with him is that he never ever leaves the ship and he plays music only after The world is the piano of God and on which I can not play says the most famous Pianist Novecento 1900.This is a short and provocative story with an interesting philosophy at the end The story is of a person born and brought up on a ship andspecifically he was born on the piano of the ship It seems that the music gave its spirit to him and he emerges a genius of a piano player The strangeness associated with him is that he never ever leaves the ship and he plays music only after the ship has set its sail out of the port He never sets foot on the earth Later when the ship has become very old and not suitable for further journeys, it gets destroyed and along with that the pianist also dies Before the destruction his friend goes in to the ship to convince him to come down from the ship And he responds saying that he does not want to come down The reason Read the first line of the review


  3. Alina Alina says:

    I am under the impression that Baricco writes pure emotions.Millions and billions of keys that never end and this is the real truth, that they never end and that keyboard is infinite If that keyboard is infinite, then On that keyboard there is no music you can play You re sitting on the wrong seat that is the piano on which God plays


  4. Beewhisperer Beewhisperer says:

    One of my favorite book It s short but complete, filled with images, sounds and emotions It took me away and never completely left me.


  5. Claudia Claudia says:

    Mr Baricco does not write words he writes emotions, although writes is not a proper termlike it, draws emotions.This is the second of his books that I m reading and it left me breathless, as the first one Silk did Is not about the action, is the way he stages the ambient around people s feelings Or better said, he makes the feelings of both the characters and yourself gradually grow until you are incapable of anything else.Do not think even for a moment that the story is cheesy, o Mr Baricco does not write words he writes emotions, although writes is not a proper termlike it, draws emotions.This is the second of his books that I m reading and it left me breathless, as the first one Silk did Is not about the action, is the way he stages the ambient around people s feelings Or better said, he makes the feelings of both the characters and yourself gradually grow until you are incapable of anything else.Do not think even for a moment that the story is cheesy, on the contrary no metaphors, no endless descriptions, no love statements, nothing of this sort.It is just a story told within 88 piano keys


  6. Liz Liz says:

    Life from a point of view of somebody who never lived At least not in a way that is familiar to us Novecento lives on the ship from the very beginning, he never leaves it Never steps on land Instead, he listens to the stories the people tell The descriptions of cities, forests, a different life And he puts everything he hears in music Nobody knows how he learned to play the piano but there is nobody who plays better than him His music is living, it is indescribable and it is magical Nov Life from a point of view of somebody who never lived At least not in a way that is familiar to us Novecento lives on the ship from the very beginning, he never leaves it Never steps on land Instead, he listens to the stories the people tell The descriptions of cities, forests, a different life And he puts everything he hears in music Nobody knows how he learned to play the piano but there is nobody who plays better than him His music is living, it is indescribable and it is magical Novecento s music captures the people on board It is a rather short story and written in a very simple, partly even colloquial style Nevertheless it captures you from the beginning until the end Novecento s friend is telling the story and although you soon know how Novecento ends up the story does not lose its tension Novecento is an interesting and very unique character The focus is just on him, everything is about him but still it is interesting and full of moral The story may teach you a lot It shows the life from a different angle One, many never thought about, I bet For me, it is definetely a book that belongs on the read before you die list A classical, very amusing and yet somehow melancholic story everyone should be confronted with


  7. Emanuela Emanuela says:

    I cried all my tears out


  8. Victoria Haf Victoria Haf says:

    This is the story of an exceptional pianist, who was born and lived on board of the Virginian, incapable of getting off and facing life on land Music, the one that he makes because the ocean is big and frightening, is his whole life Music that he can play with eighty eight keys, infinite music through a finite instrument, this is the only music that Novecento knows how to play.Real life is a whole other thing, a whole different music


  9. Maddalena Maddalena says:

    Imagine living your entire life on a boat, a huge cruise ship Your entire world is that ship and nothing else You cannot know what the real world is you don t even know how the sand or just mowed grass smells likeThis is the Novecento s story, who was found by a machinist of the Virginian when he was just a newborn The story is narrated by a trumpeter, who needed a job, and he has known the main character on the boat Novecento was the greatest pianist who the narrator has ever met, and by Imagine living your entire life on a boat, a huge cruise ship Your entire world is that ship and nothing else You cannot know what the real world is you don t even know how the sand or just mowed grass smells likeThis is the Novecento s story, who was found by a machinist of the Virginian when he was just a newborn The story is narrated by a trumpeter, who needed a job, and he has known the main character on the boat Novecento was the greatest pianist who the narrator has ever met, and by a coincidence they play in the same band The main character has never left that ship, although once he tried That was the struggle a man cannot abandon his own house Maybe he never really wanted living the real life, out of the sea.I wanted to read this book because I d just seen the movie, and I thought it was beautiful It has made me dream, it made me think about how much the life, sometimes, could be mysterious.I have to say that this book, like the movie, is pretty is weird In fact, during all the pages, the trumpeter says just a monologue about his best friend I can understand that not everybody is going to appreciate this book, even if I have found it pure poetry I don t think anyone can read this book in fact it could beappreciate by grown ups It s a fast read because it is only approximately 60 pages long Even though it s a short story, you can live an incredible adventure.Imagine living your entire life on a boat, a huge cruise ship.Your entire world is that ship and nothing else You cannot know how the real world is you don t even know sand or the smell of just mowed grass.Novecento found by a machinist of the Virginian when was just a newborn on this cruise ship in the first half of the last century.The narrator of this story is a trumpeter who wants a job on the boat He and Novecento are now friends Novecento was the greatest pianist who the narrator has ever met Everyone who hears Novecento play, even just once, is amazed Everybody wanted to listen his music and on the land everybody started to talk about him Jelly Roll,The Jazz King, has decided to challenge NovecentoNovecento has never left the boat, although once he tried but a man cannot abandon his own house This is the theme, Novecento lived his all life on the boat, that was his house, there he was born he couldn t leave.I wanted to read this book because I had just watched the movie, and I thought it was beautiful.It has made me dream it made me think about how much life, sometimes, could be mysterious.I have to say that this book, like the movie, is pretty is weird In fact, during all the pages, the trumpeter tells just a monologue about his best friend, the great pianist.I can understand that not everybody is going to appreciate this book, even if I have found it pure poetry I don t think anyone can read this book in fact it maybeappreciated by grown ups.It s a fast read because it only has approximately 60 pages Even if it s a short story, you can live an incredible adventure and join this incredible life


  10. Emeraldia Ayakashi Emeraldia Ayakashi says:

    What we can say is that Alessandro Baricco knows you carry a few words in his world, and a unique world full of magic After worshiping Castles anger and sea Ocean I oddly less marked Silk, his bestseller , I found great pleasure if its fine writing, full of fantasy and poetry This is a very short text, one might even say it s a long story 90 pages It is basically a text that was written for the theater and has even stage directions The author also described as a long monologue Unclassifi What we can say is that Alessandro Baricco knows you carry a few words in his world, and a unique world full of magic After worshiping Castles anger and sea Ocean I oddly less marked Silk, his bestseller , I found great pleasure if its fine writing, full of fantasy and poetry This is a very short text, one might even say it s a long story 90 pages It is basically a text that was written for the theater and has even stage directions The author also described as a long monologue Unclassifiable text so This is the story of Danny Boodman TD Lemon Novecento that is told in this book through the words of his friend trumpeter Novecento is a young man born on a ship and that abandons He never set foot on earth and became a piano virtuoso There will be a time down the opportunity but will not succeed until Other pianists come to play on the ship but all eventually bow to his genius I liked this passage, the story of an extraordinary man and an extraordinary destiny There is also a lot of melancholy in these lines C est a que j ai appris, moi La terre, c est un bateau trop grand pour moi C est un trop long voyage Une femme trop belle Un parfum trop fort Une musique que je ne sais pas jouer I must say that this is one of the contemporary writers that I find most original in the writing and the themes it addresses I am completely in love with his writing so unique, so fine, so delicate and full of humor


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