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  • Gente Como A Gente
  • Judith Guest
  • Portuguese
  • 28 May 2018

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  1. Julie Julie says:

    Once, when my middle child was 7 or 8 years old, I was listening to the usual rhythm of her saying her evening prayer, when she surprised me by adding, And Lord, please remember, when I die, I want to come back as a horse Amen I laughed out loud at her prayer, but then I immediately realized my mistake, when I saw her face She wasn t joking I switched gears quickly, got serious, and said, Honey I don t get it Why are you asking God to bring you back as a horse She answered very matter o Once, when my middle child was 7 or 8 years old, I was listening to the usual rhythm of her saying her evening prayer, when she surprised me by adding, And Lord, please remember, when I die, I want to come back as a horse Amen I laughed out loud at her prayer, but then I immediately realized my mistake, when I saw her face She wasn t joking I switched gears quickly, got serious, and said, Honey I don t get it Why are you asking God to bring you back as a horse She answered very matter of factly, Being a person is too hard I don t want to come back as one, next time Horses know exactly what to do and they havefun Well, how can anyone argue with THAT She s right A horse eats, it drinks, it sleeps, it plays, it procreates, it eliminates, it dies The horse s trajectory is ruled by nature It does what a horse does The end.But, humans Sigh Humans Humans have strayed so far from the caves, our code for being human has become lost to us Gone are the days of Ugga, Ugga, Ugga and all of our problems were solved Gone are the days of the finger point to the vagina, the penis, the fire, the meat, the water, the baby, the sky, the ground Our fingers used to do the talking, and I bet we were a HELL of a lot happier, too I ve pointed my finger at Viggo Mortensen s penis in an earlier review, and nothing happened It s like all the magic s gone But, I digress.Now, depending on culture, religion, geography, and social and economic status, the code can be completely different for each person, and chances are, the human code for YOU is close to impossible anyway, and you feel as though you re failing every day Nobody s role is simple, these days Not even a kid s It used to mean minding your manners, respecting those who were bigger than you, treating each day as a surprise package, waiting to be opened this is the age of perfection, kid Everybody try their emotional and physical damndest Strive, strive Correct all defects.Correct all defects Don t show weakness The code for humans is so complicated now, it seems based on a pursuit of perfection we sought for ourselves, but had no realistic basis We have holy texts that guide us to be good, but none that I m aware of that ask us to be God.But we ain t Divine, people And most of us are doing a lousy job of being perfect, but an excellent job of being miserable.And no make up or yoga pants or juice cleanse or private college or grad school or Paleo diet or test scores or attractive spouse or clever children or 2 car garage or 4,000 square foot home or Mercedes Benz or colored hair or bank account or successful career or skinny ass or perpetual smile is ever going to make us PERFECT.Because we re ORDINARY, people.And as far as I m concerned the sooner we head back to the caves, the better I m headed to mine right now I m trading in my overpriced yoga pants for leopard skins, and Viggo M s ass better be waiting for me.My daughter says she ll carry me on her back

  2. Julie Christine Julie Christine says:

    It is one thing to read a book written by a contemporary author, set in the not too distant past it is another entirely to read one written in and completely of its time To read Ordinary People is to step through the looking glass into the sweetly familiar terrain of mid 1970s But beneath the surface details is a book of timeless themes and incomparable elegance As a fan of the 1980 movie, I could hear the voices of the actors as I read the dialogue Mary Tyler Moore s controlled high pitche It is one thing to read a book written by a contemporary author, set in the not too distant past it is another entirely to read one written in and completely of its time To read Ordinary People is to step through the looking glass into the sweetly familiar terrain of mid 1970s But beneath the surface details is a book of timeless themes and incomparable elegance As a fan of the 1980 movie, I could hear the voices of the actors as I read the dialogue Mary Tyler Moore s controlled high pitched fury, Donald Sutherland s velvet sorrow, Judd Hirsch s nasal sarcasm But Judith Guest s brilliant, unaffected writing brings life to the characters in apersonal and profound way You become a participant, not a passive observer, in the inner lives of a family as it falls apart, slowly, wretchedly, inevitably.I was just eleven years old when Ordinary People appeared in cinematic form in the autumn of 1980, but I remember it as a seminal cultural event of the era, hand in hand with Kramer vs Kramer, released at the end of 1979 It was the year my parents divorced, my oldest brother joined the Marines, the American hostage crisis in Iran dominated the headlines, we waited hours in line at the Cinerama to see The Empire Strikes Back, Reagan took office and John Lennon was murdered my political and socio cultural self awakened at the start of a new decade to my formative years and to a world about to enter hyper speed I can t imagine Ordinary People is still being read in high school English classes, buts the pity The clothing and music have changed, but the universal nature of adolescence the sense of isolation, the discovery of love and the longing to be accepted coupled with the struggle to assert one s individuality remains Anyone who has suffered depression, whether as a teen or as an adult, will walk in step with Conrad Jarrett as he struggles to return from a shadow life to one with dimension and hope And what a gift to have one s conflict and confusion validated by Guest s honest, aching, clean prose

  3. Fabian Fabian says:

    Boo But rather interesting, is it not, how I find myself choosing below par novels lately which have, somehow, spawned off better than average silver screen adaptations Here the underrated work of the artist otherwise known as the screenwriter in its glory.This is bizarrely lame the subjects become known superficially, their problems are mundane Not a wise choice, people But, apparently, vanilla can be swiftly transformed into gold Oscar wise Bridges of Madison County and Up in the A Boo But rather interesting, is it not, how I find myself choosing below par novels lately which have, somehow, spawned off better than average silver screen adaptations Here the underrated work of the artist otherwise known as the screenwriter in its glory.This is bizarrely lame the subjects become known superficially, their problems are mundane Not a wise choice, people But, apparently, vanilla can be swiftly transformed into gold Oscar wise Bridges of Madison County and Up in the Air , to mention the first that come to mind

  4. Anne-Marie Anne-Marie says:

    Books like Ordinary People are why I read.This is the first book I ve read on the subject of depression that isn t written as a memoir, from a clinical stand point, or with the intention of self help With that said, Ordinary People was the most concise version of depression I ve ever seen Judith Guest has to have had first hand experience with depression or else she needs to get out of my head There is so much comfort in seeing your own inexplicable emotions laid out before you page after p Books like Ordinary People are why I read.This is the first book I ve read on the subject of depression that isn t written as a memoir, from a clinical stand point, or with the intention of self help With that said, Ordinary People was the most concise version of depression I ve ever seen Judith Guest has to have had first hand experience with depression or else she needs to get out of my head There is so much comfort in seeing your own inexplicable emotions laid out before you page after page.Although Conrad s depression was most likely situational, it was severe sleep is no longer just a necessity, it becomes his only refuge the only safe place is in his bed using routines as a method to appear and feel normal constant negative self talk believing that everyone hates him as much as he hates himself and using that belief to justify his isolation seeing a friend who he met and then grew close to in The Bin after they were both discharged there is an awkwardness in that situation that is unhealthyThe whole dynamic of a cold, distant mother and the overly concerned father was refreshing.And Berger, if only everyone could have a doctor like him Some of Berger s wisdom that really stood out for me Depression is not sobbing and crying and giving vent, it is plain and simple reduction of feeling crazy world or maybe it s just the view we have of it, looking through a crack in the door, never being able to see the whole room, the whole picture I keep telling you that feeling is not selective You can t feel pain, you aren t gonna feel anything else either

  5. Juju Juju says:

    This book was first recommended to me by my high school English teacher I had just read Lord of the Flies, and she could tell I needed something to restore my faith in humanity This book is incredible It is a real, unflinchingly honest look at life and all of the horrible things that happen It is also a reminder of the reasons that life is still worth living in spite of those horrible things.

  6. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    Very psychologically astute book about a family and what happens to the parents and younger son after the older son dies in an accident Good character development and it s well written I really felt for the surviving son and I really liked his psychiatrist as well And this is one of the few times I can say that, even though I read the book first, I enjoyed the movie as well.

  7. Nathan Nathan says:

    Last night, I watched the movie based on Ordinary People and it s one of those situations where it s leaps and bounds above its source material It highlights all the good parts, while cutting out the bits and that are contrived and silly Redford deserved his Oscar for best director for pulling a great movie out of an alright book Was nobody else bothered by the parents in this book Cal is perfect, the great orphan who pulled himself up from the muck to achieve greatness He still has depth, Last night, I watched the movie based on Ordinary People and it s one of those situations where it s leaps and bounds above its source material It highlights all the good parts, while cutting out the bits and that are contrived and silly Redford deserved his Oscar for best director for pulling a great movie out of an alright book Was nobody else bothered by the parents in this book Cal is perfect, the great orphan who pulled himself up from the muck to achieve greatness He still has depth, despite his cloying bits, and throughout the whole novel, he gets to show his real human thoughts and struggles Beth does not have anything below the surface in the book She is only an evil harpy who dares to have a life outside of her family Don t you know that women are supposed to identify as a wife mother first, a daughter second and and individual third All women in the novel are either awful shrews or the second incarnation of the Virgin Mary Mary Tyler Moore, by the sheer virtue of the fact that she can act like nobody s business is able to give humanity to Beth that Guest never did She is visibly repressing everything, fighting along the way It s muchmoving than the pieces in the novel that get devoted to her The Conrad part of the book really was great, even though he grew up with a pretty two dimensional mother Guest explores ways to keep humanity when dealing with a person with mental illness, and she has some pretty stellar moments along the way His life is funny and normal and complex, despite the fact that he has problems Often times in lit, people with depression cease to be really people, and it s refreshing that Guest is able to avoid doing so The movie also portrayed Conrad incredibly well, and in both it s clear that his life is the central focus Guest s prose also bothered me a little throughout the whole book It seems like nothing was really deliberate Haphazard sentence length with really no flow, and sometimes awkward word choice dominates her important message It s a shame too, because every now and again she has a moment that is powerful and deeply felt, but it takes some digging to get to it I loved Calvin s epiphany towards the end where Guest writes Life is not a series of pathetic, meaningless actions Some of them are so far from pathetic, so far from meaningless as to be beyond reason but it took a while for something original to come through instead of moments where Guest clearly thinks she is being insightful, but is really just repeating another platitude So, mixed feelings here Some great moments, some overwritten and odd ones Watch the movie instead It s muchwell thought and skips over a good deal of the parts that were poorly done

  8. Norah Una Sumner Norah Una Sumner says:

    Life is not a series of pathetic, meaningles actions Some of them are so far from pathetic, so far from meaningless as to be beyond reason, maybe beyond forgivenessThis is a wonderful book about loss,family,forgiveness,depression and life.Judith Guest s writing style was very surprising to me at the beginning because she narrates in present tense very risky.But theyou read theyou get attached to Cal and Conrad and theyou want them to make everything work and be happyLife is not a series of pathetic, meaningles actions Some of them are so far from pathetic, so far from meaningless as to be beyond reason, maybe beyond forgivenessThis is a wonderful book about loss,family,forgiveness,depression and life.Judith Guest s writing style was very surprising to me at the beginning because she narrates in present tense very risky.But theyou read theyou get attached to Cal and Conrad and theyou want them to make everything work and be happy.I liked them both very much,but I also like Jeannine and Berger.Beth,however,is a mystery to meI didn t like her but I did hoped that she and Cal would overcome their issues.Apart from that,I am very satisfied with the ending and the fact that Conrad went to see Lazenby in the end.I was hoping through the whole book that they would become friends again not that they ever stopped being friends,but you know what I mean Favourite quotes Feelings are scary, and sometimes they re painful But if you can t feel pain then there s no way you ll feel anything else either You re here and you re alive, and don t tell me you don t feel that.It is good, believe me Depression is not sobbing and crying and giving vent, it is plain and simple reduction of feeling.People who keep stiff upper lips find that it s damn hard to smile.

  9. Ingrid Ingrid says:

    I liked this book I hated the mom.

  10. J.G. Keely J.G. Keely says:

    This book, for me, represents the pinnacle of a literary book that captures real life so effectively that it is entirely banal Granted, making something both realistic and interesting is one of the greatest challenges any author faces Whether through dialogue, plot structure, or motivation, it is alwaysdifficult to write a book that seems at once real , but does not fall into the truth is stranger than fiction valley of attempted realism.Modern authors of this vein i.e Salinger b This book, for me, represents the pinnacle of a literary book that captures real life so effectively that it is entirely banal Granted, making something both realistic and interesting is one of the greatest challenges any author faces Whether through dialogue, plot structure, or motivation, it is alwaysdifficult to write a book that seems at once real , but does not fall into the truth is stranger than fiction valley of attempted realism.Modern authors of this vein i.e Salinger becomean act of dadaist difference for difference s sake than any actually sort of conceptual exploration And as has been noted many times, simply acting differently does not make one a revolutionary Oft times, it s just a sign of self centered contrariness

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