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Buddenbrooklar - Bir Ailenin Çöküşü #2020

Buddenbrooklar Bir Ailenin k Librarian Note Alternative Edition Buddenbrooklar y zy l n en sayg n yazarlar ndan Thomas Mann n ilk roman d r Ama bir ok ele tirmenin g z nde Venedikte l mden de b y k bir romand r

  • Title: Buddenbrooklar - Bir Ailenin Çöküşü
  • Author: Thomas Mann Kasım Eğit Yadigar Eğit
  • ISBN: 9789750702778
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • Buddenbrooklar - Bir Ailenin Çöküşü By Thomas Mann Kasım Eğit Yadigar Eğit, Librarian Note Alternative Edition 9789750735349.Buddenbrooklar, 20 y zy l n en sayg n yazarlar ndan Thomas Mann n ilk roman d r Ama bir ok ele tirmenin g z nde, Venedikte l mden de b y k bir romand r Buddenbrooklar.Mann n 1900 y l nda, 25 ya nda kaleme ald roman, Kuzey Almanya da ya ayan zengin bir burjuva ailenin ve aile ticarethanesinin birka ku ak boyuncaLibrarian Note Alternative Edition 9789750735349.Buddenbrooklar, 20 y zy l n en sayg n yazarlar ndan Thomas Mann n ilk roman d r Ama bir ok ele tirmenin g z nde, Venedikte l mden de b y k bir romand r Buddenbrooklar.Mann n 1900 y l nda, 25 ya nda kaleme ald roman, Kuzey Almanya da ya ayan zengin bir burjuva ailenin ve aile ticarethanesinin birka ku ak boyunca ge irdi i de i imi ele al r Buddenbrooklar, modern ya ama ayak uyduramayan sayg n bir ailenin k n n yk s d r Do umlar, evlenmeler, bo anmalar, l mler, ba ar lar, ba ar s zl klarOrta s n f ya am n n ustal kl bir portresini izen roman, ayn zamanda kaybolan burjuva de erler i in bir a t niteli indedir 1929da Nobel Edebiyat d l ne de er g r len Mann n bu dev yap t , modern edebiyat n klasikleri aras ndad r.

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    1. Occasionally, reading and family life interfere with each other I have raised my children with the sole dogma that I read, therefore I am Being a family, we can t keep from judging each other according to our own specific reading preferences, and we usually believe that we are what we read At the moment, my son is reading Buddenbrooks while I am working my way through Brothers Karamazov, and we like to compare notes, especially as both novels are focusing on complicated family patterns with whic [...]

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    3. MEAN REVERSION IS A BITCH There is a concept in statistics, Regression or Reversion to the Mean, which is widely used in a variety of fields of knowledge It was first realized by Sir Francis Galton, cousin of Charles Darwin, when he worked on the correlation of heights between adult children and parents.The concept refers to the tendency for any variable which exhibits an extreme value at any point of measurement to move towards the average next time it is measured.This mathematical tool is used [...]

    4. True to his elegant style, detailed and generous in the petty small details, Thomas Mann returned with this voluminous novel in which narrates the decline and anguish of a German family of the late nineteenth century.All the complexes that can live and suffer people of the upper class, when they see themselves in distressing needs, are described here, with a halo of nostalgia that surrounds the conversations, which, than conversations, are reminiscent of a glorious and buoyant past that will no [...]

    5. Reviewed in September 2013Buddenbrooks sat on a high shelf in the back room of my mind for many years, and though it remained unread it was nevertheless honoured with a prime position I hoped to read it one day but doubted my own ability to comprehend what I thought must surely be a very difficult text.I first came across Buddenbrooks among my older sister s university text books Her German edition impressed me not only for the mysterious title composed of familiar syllables which the stringing [...]

    6. The sad thing is that one lives but once one can t begin life over again And one would know so much better the second time The family saga of the Buddenbrooks is considered a classic of German literature, a book many people have already heard about, yet never read for a very simple reason it s loooong And if you appreciate your books with action and thrilling stuff, then Thomas Mann s novel is not exactly the book you should turn to because it would only disappoint you.It took me almost three mo [...]

    7. My previous experiences of Mann were The Magic Mountain and Doctor Faustus, both of which were rewarding but challenging Buddenbrooks was Mann s first major novel, a thinly veiled account of his own family s rise and fall over the course of the mid nineteenth century For a book written by a young man who was only 25 when it was published, it is extremely impressive, but it is very much a book of its time, and by modern standards it sometimes seems glacially slow moving, but very atmospheric, and [...]

    8. How could Katia Pringsheim have gone on to marry Thomas Mann if she had ever read his first novel, Buddenbrooks beforehand The long story of a families multifaceted decline across four generations features mental anguish, bankruptcy, insanity and no happy marriages.Thomas Mann s first novel is set among the L beck Patrician class of leading merchants who dominated the small city state Mann drew heavily upon the family background that he left behind along with the world of business to make himsel [...]

    9. This is my first reading group experience and I have to thank both Kalliope and Kris for having pointed this work out to me and for having allowed me to participate I also want to give thanks to all the reading partners who keep posting invaluable comments which have helped me to better grasp the nature of this novel Life was harsh and business, with its ruthless unsentimentality, was an epitome of life Buddenbrooks, p.363 Had I been told that an objective, even detached depiction of the downfal [...]

    10. bbc programmes b01lsts9Description Michael Maloney and Barbara Flynn star in this story of an old Hanseatic merchant family fighting to keep their commercial supremacy in the changing world of 1840s Europe.Four generations of Buddenbrooks try to sustain their inheritance a once highly successful trading company in the port of L beck on the Baltic Sea in a world where the old ways no longer seem to work It s 1848, and the revolutionary tide running through Europe has finally reached L beck Will t [...]

    11. Un uomo non educato dal dolore riman sempre bambino I personaggi abbondano ma sono presentati in modo spartano, delineati con i tratti necessari Non c quell esasperazione tipicamente e insopportabilmente russa, infarcita di politica, patronimici e dovozione alla Grande Madre Non ci sono quei capitoli infiniti, satolli di tirate filosofiche I capitoli dei Bundenbrook sono brevi, per essi riesumo un paragone che si presta bene data l ambientazione tedesca un litro di birra si beve pi velocemente i [...]

    12. Il mio stato d animo a lettura ultimata Seconda fase Terza fase rivolgendo il mio pensiero a Thomas Buddenbrook, in particolare

    13. Decline of a great family always evokes interest people watch it like they would a train wreck, a road side accident, or a disaster movie with fascination.There s also an element of schadenfreude involved in How the mighty have fallen In this group read of Mann s first novel Buddenbrooks The Decline of a Family, we got to watch up close and personal, the Buddenbrooks their joys sorrows, triumphs defeats, honour cowardice, births, marriages, divorces deaths, rise fall in short, a very intimate po [...]

    14. Absolutely excellent, descriptive writing Writing that pulls the reader in Characters that are fully developed and totally real A book with humor A book with serious topics to consider A book about life s ups and downs Every time the theme changed I was astonished to once again see how this topic and that topic and every topic touched upon had something to say to me A long book that does not drag I loved reading a book set in Germany before either of the world wars The Revolution of 1948 and the [...]

    15. Bra effin oh, young Mann I m pretty sure this breaks the world record for precocious achievement of towering literary artistry Published in 1899 when dude was like 25 years old Must ve taken a couple years to write Can t imagine a current undergrad publishing something like this in a few years But I didn t actually read Mann s text Mann comes to me filtered through John E Woods s sensibility and super steady, elastic, attentive prose style The duo is as good as it gets Of the four major Mann nov [...]

    16. Monumentale invidiaEcco un altro tomazzo che la pimpante Noce ha letto durante il liceo, periodo d oro ove, per sfuggire a una preoccupante timidezza, faceva incetta di letture classiche Poi, non avendo nessuno con cui confrontare le sue giovanili impressioni, si dimenticava il tutto nel giro di un annetto La prima pagina reca la scritta, in bella grafia tonda tondissima, da liceale per niente sui generis Roma, 95 Il che vuol dire che lo comprai alla Stazione Termini, mentre con la mia classe si [...]

    17. I am especially grateful for Kris Rabberman s invitation to join this group read My experience with Thomas Mann had been limited to the short novella Death in Venice This group has broadened my reading horizons Without the enthusiasm of the moderators and group members, it is highly unlikely I would have turned toward Buddenbrooks The Decline of a Family.My review will be forthcoming, with the added proviso that I am woefully behind on my reviewing However, in short, Buddenbrooks The Decline of [...]

    18. That all those charms have pass d away, I might have watch d through long decay And Thou art Dead, as Young and Fair, Lord ByronThomas Mann s moving 1901 saga of the Buddenbrooks, a respected, wealthy family of grain merchants, begins in 1835 at the death of the patriarch The three successive generations suffer a decline in their finances and family ideals as values change and old hierarchies are upset by Germany s rapid industrialization Two of the siblings, Thomas and Antonie, subordinate thei [...]

    19. Mann um dos representantes liter rios da grande erudi o e riqueza lexical a par com Proust, Pessoa e Nabokov capaz de comunicar o que tem para dizer de forma n o apenas imensamente acess vel, mas ao mesmo tempo envolvente e sedutora A eleva o do seu registo, apesar de complexo nunca se enreda em palavreado desnecess rio ou meramente exibicionista A constru o do texto, por mais trabalhada que surja, parece nunca dizer de mais, nem de menos, como se tocasse sempre o acorde harmonicamente correto, [...]

    20. I read a review recently of a historical novel The reviewer believed that most historical novels fail, because they depict characters with a modern consciousness These characters often defy the thinking of their times and act in ways that we can approve of This novel is not historical fiction, but the fact that it was written over a hundred years ago and is full of completely recognisable, very vivid, and obviously historically accurate characters is just one of the things that wowed me about th [...]

    21. troppo grande, non ho paroleEDITEppure, arrivata alla terza lettura di questo libro straordinario, qualche parola vorrei provare a scriverla In fondo, questo l unico classico fra i non molti che ho letto, lo ammetto che parli alla mia sensibilit , grazie ad una modernit che non scalfita minimamente dal fatto che i personaggi accendano lampade a gas e non luci a led, e si scrivano lunghe lettere e non messaggi whatsapp Solo che non possibile estrarre da questa opera totale uno, due, tre episodi d [...]

    22. This is a novel I may never have read had my friend Kalliope not invited me to join in a group read While I m an enthusiatic reader of 19th century English and to a lesser extent French literature, my exposure to German literature of this period has been sadly lacking So I m glad to have had the opportunity to read this novel along with other neophytes and with experts in German literature While I mostly lurked on its fringes, the group discussion has been informative and stimulating.To a large [...]

    23. Apparently this was Faulkner s favorite novel from Mann Aspects of it likely permeated his epic of the Compson family Coincidentally I read this one while my wife s sister was staying with us over the holidays The Sound and The Fury was read in 2004 when we visted her in London.I thought of this novel yesterday while reading Nancy Mitford s Pursuit of Love One almost needs to polish silver when pondering these works.

    24. After thinking about this book for a bit I ve decided it s now or never for this review I ve also decided to increase my rating to 5 after contemplating my primary reason for marking it a 4e tedious description of Hanno Buddenbrook s day at school Discussion with others has caused me to look at this somewhat differently, as a portrayal of an unbearable situation during what was proving to be a quite unhappy life All of this fits with Mann s subtitle The Decline of a Family.The novel presents the [...]

    25. Mann s first novel and quite a saga it is a family history stretching through the latter half of the nineteenth century and over three four generations It is accessible than some of Mann s later works as here all the big topics that Mann raises are couched in routine and the daily rhythm of life In his first novel Mann is writing about what he knows these are the people and details of his childhood and upbringing, clearly set in his hometown of Lubeck.I was a little reminded of the Palliser nov [...]

    26. In the introduction there is an anecdote about a female friend of Mann s who read Buddenbrooks and liked it very much, saying she was never bored by it, but she was unable to explain why Word.I ve never liked books like this you know, multi generational family sagas, sort of soap opera ish Perhaps it s because I was bored to tears as a kid by TV miniseries like East of Eden and Rich Man, Poor Man After reading Buddenbrooks, though, I realize that maybe I just thought I ve never liked books like [...]

    27. I have been stalling about writing a review Just as I stalled about finishing the book Buddenbrooks didn t exactly grab me in the beginning The first few chapters seemed to be about a bunch of smug, self indulgent people who wore elaborate outfits and stuffed themselves without restraint I barely noticed the two sons, Tom and Christian, and Tony, the golden haired daughter If it hadn t been for the discussion threads provided by other members of our group, I may have abandoned it entirely It did [...]

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