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Bubu di Montparnasse Bubu Di Montparnasse Anzitutto Una Storia Di Prostituzione Ambientata Nella Parigi Del 1900 I Boulevards, Le Prigioni, Lo Squallore Delle Camere Ammobiliate, Gli Ospedali Di Carit , I Caff Del Lungosenna Su Questo Sfondo Si Muovono La Tenera Prostituta Berthe, Il Suo Protettore Maurice, Detto Bubu, Pierre, Giovane Impiegato Giunto Dalla Provincia, E Insieme A Loro Tutta Un Umanit Cruda E Violenta, Ma Al Tempo Stesso Bisognosa D A E Di Dolcezza Un Breve Romanzo Carico Di Forza Emotiva E Poetica Che Suscitando Scandalo Alla Sua Prima Apparizione Impose All Attenzione Del Pubblico La Personalit E Il Talento Di Charles Louis Philippe Andr Gide, Commemorando La Scomparse Dello Scrittore, Avvenuta Nel 1909 A Soli Trentacinque Anni, Scrisse Di Lui In Una Memorabile Testimonianza Che Compare In Questo Volume L Hanno Conosciuto Male, Certuni, Che Di Lui Non Hanno Visto Che La Piet , La Tenerezza E Le Squisite Qualit Del Suo Cuore Non Solo Con Queste Ch Egli Sarebbe Diventato Il Mirabile Scrittore Che Stato Un Grande Scrittore Soddisfa Pi Di Un Esigenza, Risponde A Pi Di Un Dubbio, Nutre Appetiti Diversi Si Poteva Esaminare Philippe In Tutti I Sensi A Ciascuno Degli Amici, Dei Lettori, Appariva Fortemente Uno Ma Nessuno Vedeva Lo Stesso E Le Diverse Lodi A Lui Indirizzate Possono Esser Giuste Egualmente, Ma Ciascuna Presa A S Non Basta Egli Porta In S Di Che Disorientare E Sorprendere, Cio Di Che Durare.La Preziosa Traduzione Di Vasco Pratolini Ricrea Con Puntualit E Con Una Scrittura Originale Ed Evocativa Le Rarefatte Atmosfere Parigine Tratteggiate Con Tanta Efficacia Dall Autore.


10 thoughts on “Bubu di Montparnasse

  1. says:

    I found this book quite marvelous from beginning to end, the story of a Parisian prostitute it should haverightly be called Berthe of Montparnasse but the antagonizing force in Berthe s life was her husband come pimp, known as Bubu Maurice One of my favourite observations from the novel The hunger of the tiger is like the hunger of the lamb You have provided us with nourishment I think this tiger is good because he loves his female and his cubs, and because he loves to live But I found this book quite marvelous from beginning to end, the story of a Parisian prostitute it should haverightly be called Berthe of Montparnasse but the antagonizing force in Berthe s life was her husband come pimp, known as Bubu Maurice One of my favourite observations from the novel The hunger of the tiger is like the hunger of the lamb You have provided us with nourishment I think this tiger is good because he loves his female and his cubs, and because he loves to live But why must there be blood in the hunger of the tiger, whereas the hunger of the lamb is so mild The Pox is a starring role of this novel and sexual diseases that spread wildly and were well known became acts of profound human consciousness, entwined within our daily drive to survive until death we must part The novel travels along with ease, it is not a cheery book but it has that wonderful balance between what the world offers us, what we take from the world and what we give back, all encapsulated in the lives of the many who dip our life into the cycle of birth and death, and society


  2. says:

    I started reading this book because of its influence on TS Eliot the third section of Preludes is very much indebted to Philippe s world I found it surprising how explicit the writing was for its time and how objective the depiction of all these creatures of the demi monde He writes so sympathetically but not sentimentally of these people and their lives.


  3. says:

    A sad, touching book that was written with much compassion The times have change some since it was written though Berthe was lead into prostitution largely because of poverty currently drug addiction is often a major factor The risks and consequences haven t changed.


  4. says:

    Read this book because it was referenced in Henry June Anais Nin However, I confess I did not get much out of it I can only guess that it was unusual for its time Read this book because it was referenced in Henry June Anais Nin However, I confess I did not get much out of it I can only guess that it was unusual for its time


  5. says:

    Semi autobiografische roman over het jonge, na eve Parijse hoertje Berthe, haar ruige minnaar en pooier Bubu en haar al even na eve jonge nieuwe minnaar Pierre Hardy view spoiler Hun leven wordt geheel anders wanneer bij Berthe syfilis geconstateerd wordt Of toch niet Aan het einde komt Bubu net terug uit de gevangenis zijn liefje halen en is iedereen weer terug bij af hide spoiler Het simpele melodrama ontspint zich een eenvoudige taal die het al even eenvoudige gedachtenleven van de Semi autobiografische roman over het jonge, na eve Parijse hoertje Berthe, haar ruige minnaar en pooier Bubu en haar al even na eve jonge nieuwe minnaar Pierre Hardy view spoiler Hun leven wordt geheel anders wanneer bij Berthe syfilis geconstateerd wordt Of toch niet Aan het einde komt Bubu net terug uit de gevangenis zijn liefje halen en is iedereen weer terug bij af hide spoiler Het simpele melodrama ontspint zich een eenvoudige taal die het al even eenvoudige gedachtenleven van deze mensen aan de onderkant van de samenleving goed treft Juist omdat Philippe nauwelijks romantiseert, komen zijn personages extra tot leven Of hij nu de keiharde feiten beschrijft, zich waagt aan het gedachtenleven van zijn personages of meer po tische terzijdes schrijft, het leidt steevast tot directe en prachtige korte zinnen Met mooie illustraties van Peter van Hugten


  6. says:

    A pretty good book, with a great plot line, great literature and it kept my intrest The only problems i had with the book was I did sometimes miss understand which character was talking because im used to having an introduction to which characters perspective im reading from at the beggining of the chapter, but it didn t take to long to catch up and i guess im also a little young to be reading it because there were some things i didin t understand I would definitly recomend this to a older au A pretty good book, with a great plot line, great literature and it kept my intrest The only problems i had with the book was I did sometimes miss understand which character was talking because im used to having an introduction to which characters perspective im reading from at the beggining of the chapter, but it didn t take to long to catch up and i guess im also a little young to be reading it because there were some things i didin t understand I would definitly recomend this to a older audience It has a nice flow as I was reading it I don t think that there is anything about the book that i would change because the over all experence i got from the book was great It a book that i will have to get back to in a few years when immature andlikly to understand all of what im reading


  7. says:

    Una muestra clara de la depravaci n del ser humano mediante la narraci n de las desventuras de una inocente y d cil chica bajo los influjos de un hombre manipulador que la hunde en el abismo de la prostituci n y, que con su car cter sumiso acepta como nica verdad, como la nica manera de vivir.Una historia muy recomendable, que me ha gustado mucho por la manera en que deja ver esa miseria, desesperaci n y tambi n algo de esperanza en cada uno de sus personajes.


  8. says:

    beautifully written Very poignant


  9. says:

    A story that has been told many times.


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