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He moves out noitw his war narration fairly quickly. The novel carries mainly autobiographical features. Yet Ferdinand is more old world plebeian than new world noble Augie. Although he is often cited as one of the most influential and greatest writers of the twentieth century, he is certainly a controversial figure. Proprio un viaggio, come dice il titolo.
But the marvel was too great for one man alone. His French is both beautiful and vulgar, heart-rending and repulsive, full of interesting characters and yet completely alone. A lot of what is good about Journey to the End of the Night is better when Beckett writes it.
After an education that included stints in Germany and England, he performed a variety of dead-end jobs before he enlisted in the French cavalry intwo years before the outbreak of the First World War in Initially, I was surprised by its fluency, the way the narrative progressed almost organically like life itself, then I succumbed to the exuberance of its story telling, its unexpected sense of humour, its black comedy, even if “all the rest is shit and misery.
Un invecchiare e perdere l’occasione di vivere come si dovrebbe vivere. Aug 09, RandomAnthony rated it it was amazing Shelves: That we’ve endured the darkness of the night, and now another day has started? We are of course the exception. Ho finito per addormentarmi sulla domanda, nella mia notte privata, quella bara, tanto ero stanco di camminare e di non trovare niente”.
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Teenagers that just don’t give a fuck; Fans of Louix and Jim Morrison probably also teenagers. It has also influenced more great viaem than you can shake a sock at. Both experience loss and grief.
Trivia About Journey to the En To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This is a little bit sad, because I would have loved this book fifteen years ago, when I believed bitter misanthropy and self-indulgent misery were the only true lenses through which humanity should be viewed.
In America, con Molly. What’s frustrating is that parts of this book were brilliant. Refresh and try again. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
My principle memories of reading this for the first time were a being bored and b buying a bunch of The Smiths and The Cure tapes at a garage sale. After all his government, the French government, is frankly trying to kill him. View all 21 comments.
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Just finished, processing, mulling, wondering…what do I say? See all 7 questions about Journey to the End of the Night…. Interesting to note that the other books I am reading; Orlando, The Gulag Archipelago and The Recognitions, all have a lower average rating than Journey. Spesso si rimprovera nei suoi pensieri, ma le sue azioni riconducono sempre a un comportamento antieroico e umanamente vero.
As tragic every time as a monumental murder of the sun! View all 9 comments. Celine’s influence has been substantial. Celine is in the tradition of Balzac, Zola and many of the great French writers. It’s the end of the world And maybe it’s just that I’ve grown jaded though not as jaded as Bardamu with age. After the war Celine had to leave France as he was wanted as a collaborator. Ma la descrizione rimane da brividi. Open Preview See a Problem?
Comunque, ho difeso la mia anima fino ad oggi e se la morte, domani, venisse a prendermi, non sarei, ne sono certo, mai tanto freddo, ferdinad, volgare come gli altri, per quel tanto di gentilezza e di sogno che Molly mi ha regalato nel corso di qualche mese d’America”. With one language ahead viagme the next, Celine’s focus on every Journey to the End of the Night “tells about the life of medical students”.
There ought to be some mark by which to distinguish good people from bad. It is ultimately a pessimistic reflection on life. Non possiamo saperlo se non nelle condizioni specifiche.
Una fatica enorme, sul serio.
View all 25 comments. The language was frequently stunning. Journey was published in and was his first novel; it is undoubtedly a remarkable achievement. Paperbackpages.
Celine, for all his misanthropy, carries hope. How Celine marches his protagonist Bardamu as a worker, doctor, people and lover through the turmoil of war and the societies in Africa, America and Paris.
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