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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Lessico Famigliare Family Sayings Natalia GinzburgFamily Sayings is a novel by the Italian author Natalia Ginzburg first published in 1963 It is a semi biographical description of aspects of the daily life of her family dominated by her father the renowned histologist Giuseppe Levi The book is both an ironic and affectionate chronicle of life in the period 1920 1950 portrayed in terms of habits behavior and above all linguistic communications from which the book takes its title People and events are brought to life by what they do and what they say In addition to family members including her mother father brothers and sisters the book also describes many friends and acuaintancesتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز دهم ماه آگوست سال 1986میلادیعنوان الفبای خانواده؛ نوشته ناتالیا گینزبرگ؛ مترجم فیروزه مهاجر، مشخصات نشر تهران، پاپیروس، 1364، در 218 ص؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان ایتالیائی سده 20مالفبای خانواده، رمانی اثر نویسنده ی ایتالیایی، «ناتالیا گینزبورگ» است، که برای نخستین بار، در سال 1963میلادی منتشر شد؛ این توصیف نیمه ای از جنبه های زندگی روزانه ی خانواده اش است، که پدرش باستان شناس مشهور «جوزپه لووی»، آنرا اداره میکند؛ این کتاب به عنوان نشانه ای جسورانه، و مهربانانه از زندگی، در سالهای 1920میلادی تا 1950میلادی، است، که از لحاظ عادتها، رفتار، و بیش از همه، ارتباطات زبان شناختی است، که در کتاب، با واژه های ایشان آراسته شده است؛ مردمان و رخدادها، با آنچه که انجام میدهند، و آنچه که میگویند، و به زندگی میپردازند؛ علاوه بر اعضای خانواده، از جمله مادر، پدر، برادران، و خواهرانش، ایشان در این کتاب، همچنین بسیاری از دوستان، و آشنایان را نیز توصیف میکنند ا شربیانی

  2. Annelies Annelies says:

    I love this book the way Natalia Ginzburg tells with much humor and affection about the slightly dysfunctional family in wich she grew up There is a good pace in the telling; wich shows the enthusiasm with which it was probably written and makes you now read it

  3. Avital Avital says:

    AKA Family Sayings לקסיקון משפחתי Long after I've finished it it still lingers with me The author tells about her family through their particular lexicon that's formed along the years through anecdotes stories reactions and weird expressions In the beginning it's amusing and then the second world war starts and although she keeps using a light tone the occurrences start weighing with their seriousness persecution illness jail deaths She has an expression her mother uses she doesn't give me a string to pull from I imagine And BTW I am translating it from Hebrew so maybe in the English translation it's different And she the author really doesn't we don't even hear how she fell in love or came to get married and suddenly she is Then positive developments as well as tragedies take place and their effect on her is only hinted if at all and yet the reader feels the love and the pain I felt crashed at one point while the narrator was describing her routine I'm not sure what's the secret for this book to role itself around your heart it mystifies me Love it

  4. Michael Livingston Michael Livingston says:

    A beautiful almost plotless book that paints a delightful portrait of a big Italian family as they live through the 1930s 60s The tumultuous politics of the era take a back seat to the interpersonal dynamics the ridiculous catch phrases and the big personalities of the characters It's a loving lovely book that you can just sink into

  5. Peter Peter says:

    One of my favorite books A memoir of Ginzburg's family life in the pre WW2 period in Italy centered around the phrases jokes and laments that the family and their friends repeated to each other Her father a Jew and a scientist and her mother a Catholic optimist both atheists emerge as extraordinarily memorable charactersI first read this in my early 20s and certain scenes stuck with me incredibly well Ginzburg's dad bellowing at the five children this is also one of my mom's favorite books and she got a big kick out of the father the brothers violently fighting Ginzburg's description of a strange girl as beautiful and odious Also remarkable is the elliptical idiosyncratic way that personal tragedies are mentioned almost off handedly This is not a personal memoir; instead Ginzburg is telling the story of the people she grew up with But still we learn much about her in the negative The result is sometimes heart breaking and served me as an aesthetic model when I was youngerPicking this up again almost fifteen years later it is still fantastic I was sad to see that it is also still out of print and the translation feels somewhat flawed You can however easily find a copy for cheap on halfcom or your used bookstore But after dropping a note to the NYRB they have a suggestion box for new publications on their website that terrific publisher responded that they will be printing a new translation next year

  6. Laura Laura says:

    A magnificent Italian family chronicle covering some war time periods as historical background Her friendship with Cesare Pavese is also mentioned in this book4 Family LexiconTR Voices in the Evening

  7. Anna Luce Anna Luce says:

    ★★★★✰ 45 stars rounded up to 5 because I listened to the audiobook side note the cover for the English edition of this book is beautifulMoving onto the reviewFrom the first page I was drawn by Natalia Ginzburg's incredibly vivid prose The title of this memoir encapsulates much of Ginzburg's recollection of her family She remembers in minute detail the way in which within her family certain words and phrases had a particular significance or meaning one that is known only by a small group of people For example the father reiterates the same words and views so much so that readers can predict not only what he will say but the words he will use The same goes for the rest of Ginzburg's familyI never thought of them as 'characters' but as real people And of course they were 'real' but it is rare to find a memoir—or a book in general—that really brings to life these different personalities Maybe I found a lot of the family discussions and anecdotes relatable because I'm Italian and Ginzburg's father reminded me very much of my own grandfather from their uirks and habits to their idiosyncrasies And in a way in this family portrait Ginzburg evokes the typical Italian family the brothers who fight with one another the temperamental father the pacifying motherBehind the laughter and mundanities of this family's everyday life is a country in turmoil The rise of Mussolini and fascism repeatedly threaten the safety of Ginzburg's loved ones her father was jewish and her first husband—born in the Russian Empire—was an anti fascist Yet even as her brothers and father are imprisoned and released time and again there is a sense of normalcy that alleviates the gravity of these situationsA memoir full of humour love and deeply insightful I would definitely recommend this to readers who might want an immersive and entertaining glimpse of an Italian family in the 30s and 40sRead reviews on my blog   View all my reviews on Goodreads

  8. Liina Bachmann Liina Bachmann says:

    A weakish three Little Virtues by Natalia Ginzburg was one of my favourite reads last year so I of course had high hopes for Family Lexicon Unfortunately it was very fragmented and jumpy Talking about everything but not in depth about anything I can see why this is highly ranked but I don't have much passion for books written in this sort of style where every person who the family interacts becomes a character on its own To be able to pull that off those brief sketches of characters have to be really well done and they were pretty mediocre in this book Also I enjoy inner dialogues and character development rather than the constant description of activities and actions which this book mainly consisted of What it did well was the setting a great insight into war era Italy

  9. Maxwell Maxwell says:

    This is not bad I'm just not in the mood for it right now I will likely return to this another time in the future

  10. Lesle Lesle says:

    Family Sayings is Ginzburg's vivid memories of what she could recall of her childhood These sayings passed from Family to Friends and repeated throughout her lifeIf you remember as a child that giant slide that took you forever to climb but than as an adult This is why I think it is called somewhat fictional Her father Levi a Biology Professor and a domesticated ruler Her mother not a main figure of the family had a warm heart and she had interest in poems and other art forms Many other family and friends are described in the first part Natalia is the youngest of five children in an apartment in Turin Jewish family living an Italian life during Fascism through WWII and how it shaped their lives The people that surround her are family and friends of her Father or even foes that seek refuge and are interesting characters Levi would not talk to anyone that was not a friend of friends or familyMother Sisters and herself are always second class citizens that put value on the boys of the family than girls that was part of the times The family tree I think I needed an actual tree to keep everyone straightIt is a family of intelligence rather eccentric family arguments family traditions and family habitsThe sayings are their language phrases that bring memories back to family Levi would yell scream with insults and reprimands to his childrenwife Levi loved only a handful of things including hiking but Mother often called the hikes The Devil's idea of funThe story is fun at times painful and emotional the way most family lives seem It also deals with the political setting of the time Parts of the story are very serious and uncomfortable to read as life for the children move into adulthood involving college marriages divorce a prison sentence and death I liked the first part much than the last I know it is based on true life but it also reads like any other novel I did not leave this book with an understanding of Natalia but of her father and others

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Lessico famigliare [PDF / Epub] ✓ Lessico famigliare ★ Natalia Ginzburg – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Hailed upon publication as a groundbreaking memoir giving the form “a new dimension new possibilities and an aspect that is entirely new” Times Literary Supplement Family Sayings is Natalia Ginzbu Hailed upon publication as a groundbreaking memoir giving the form “a new dimension new possibilities and an aspect that is entirely new” Times Literary Supplement Family Sayings is Natalia Ginzburg’s masterpiece and a classic of contemporary Italian literature Although it asks to be read as fiction the author one of Italy’s finest twentieth century writers admits that it is highly autobiographical The book spans the period from the rise of Fascism through World War II in which her first husband perished at the hands of the Nazis and its aftermath Its subject is the other people in Ginzburg’s family Woven around the inconseuential revealing remarks that are repeated in a family until they become its affectionate private code rich in memory and association this is one of the rare true evocations of a family in modern literature Family Sayings is at the same time a living history that documents the life of the assimilated Jewish Ginzburg family and the culture to which they belonged Winner of the Strega Prize—Italy’s Pulitzer for literature—this intimate and candid portrait is no less relevant today than when it was first published in .

  • Paperback
  • 181 pages
  • Lessico famigliare
  • Natalia Ginzburg
  • English
  • 06 August 2015
  • 9781559700276

About the Author: Natalia Ginzburg

Natalia Ginzburg – was born Natalia Levi in Palermo Sicily the daughter of a Jewish biologist father and a Catholic mother She grew up in Turin in a household that was a salon for antifascist activists intellectuals and artists and published her first short stories at the age of eighteen; she would go on to become one of the most important and widely taught writers in Italy takin.