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La meva Cristina i altres contes

La meva Cristina i altres contes La meva Cristina i altres contes s un recull unitari format per setze contes que Rodoreda public el amb una voluntat de renovar el g nere L escriptura treballada i intensa i una imaginaci poder

  • Title: La meva Cristina i altres contes
  • Author: Mercè Rodoreda
  • ISBN: 9788429749380
  • Page: 263
  • Format: None
  • La meva Cristina i altres contes s un recull unitari format per setze contes que Rodoreda public el 1967 amb una voluntat de renovar el g nere L escriptura, treballada i intensa, i una imaginaci poderosa han donat com a resultat uns contes d abast universal que s allunyen de la cr nica i del realisme estricte i conviden el lector a universos singulars marcats per una fLa meva Cristina i altres contes s un recull unitari format per setze contes que Rodoreda public el 1967 amb una voluntat de renovar el g nere L escriptura, treballada i intensa, i una imaginaci poderosa han donat com a resultat uns contes d abast universal que s allunyen de la cr nica i del realisme estricte i conviden el lector a universos singulars marcats per una fantasia ben personal, d una aut ntica creadora.Carme Arnau, escriptora i cr tica liter ria, ha centrat els seus treballs en la literatura catalana contempor nia i, de manera especial, en l obra de Merc Rodoreda, a la qual ha dedicat nombrosos articles i assaigs guanyadors de diversos premis, com el Cr tica Serra d Or, el Josep Vallverd i el de la Fundaci Merc Rodoreda, entre d altres Actualment dirigeix la publicaci de l Obra completa de la novel lista, d Edicions 62.

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    1. Good stories all, great stories many. Beautiful descriptions of strange things that usually get stranger. What does it feel like to become a salamander and get stepped on by your former lover's new lover while trying to escape from under their bed? What does a flock of lambs look like when watched through multicolored window panes? Crawl into the swamp, not with, but as the salamander. And you're the child who watches the lavender lambs floating down, changing colors. It's a ShortRead; it's a Fi [...]

    2. The stories included in this book share certainly some qualities; I would say the main one is to put the reader on the character's shoes. And sometimes it can be very disturbing! the stories are also very imaginative, you're constantly surprised and the writer has an amazing talent to communicate the feelings of her characters and to introduce parts of their past lives without making a big point and feeling unnatural.Having said all this -and acknowledging the quality of the whole book- I haven' [...]

    3. Conjunt de relats un tant irregular, però que inclou joies com l'entranyable Zerafina, el magnífic La gallina, el misteriós Una carta, el preciós El riu i la barca, el trist La salamandra, el macabre Una fulla de gerani blanc o l'angoixant La meva Cristina.

    4. I savored these stories slowly. Very satisfying. Her stories are more fanciful than her novels (although the novels do contain some of the same poetic language, they lack the fairy-tale quality of "The Salamander" and "My Cristina.") Having read her novels first made me aware of the themes Rodoreda constantly addresses, which made the more imaginative stories clearer than I might have otherwise found them. Rodoreda is excellent at capturing and conveying her chatacters' voices. Her dialogue soun [...]

    5. Merce Rodoreda's Camelia Street is one of my all time favorite books. She is a Catalan writer who stopped writer during the long Franco years not only because of the suppression of her language but also as a protest--she would not write in any other language than Catalan.This uncompromising sensibility is in her writings, in her charcters, in the women she presents--her works, especially Camellia Street, to me me--are the expressions of a harsh lyricism which very few writers have ever attained. [...]

    6. Rodoreda's short stories show little regard to the feasible; a human might find themselves transformed into fish or a boat might disintegrate into mud in the midst of a river, all in the course of 5 or 10 pages. All these stories are enjoyable, but at her best, she writes the fantastical bluntly, elegantly and briskly.

    7. A strange and wonderful collection. I am hooked on Rodoreda's subtle and tender and sometimes starkly cynical view of the world. I will definitely be reading her novels as soon as I can get my hands on them.

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