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Non sapevamo giocare a niente Non sapevamo giocare a niente la storia tenera e nostalgica insieme della travagliata infanzia di Emma Reyes racchiusa in ventitr lettere che la pittrice scrisse a partire dal al suo amico G

  • Title: Non sapevamo giocare a niente
  • Author: Emma Reyes Tiziana Lo Porto Violetta Colonnelli
  • ISBN: 9788897505617
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Non sapevamo giocare a niente By Emma Reyes Tiziana Lo Porto Violetta Colonnelli, Non sapevamo giocare a niente la storia, tenera e nostalgica insieme, della travagliata infanzia di Emma Reyes, racchiusa in ventitr lettere che la pittrice scrisse, a partire dal 1969, al suo amico Germ n Arciniegas Emma racconta la storia di una bambina senza padre n madre, frutto di una relazione proibita, tra abbandoni e scoperte, preghiere e paure Un viaggio cheNon sapevamo giocare a niente la storia, tenera e nostalgica insieme, della travagliata infanzia di Emma Reyes, racchiusa in ventitr lettere che la pittrice scrisse, a partire dal 1969, al suo amico Germ n Arciniegas Emma racconta la storia di una bambina senza padre n madre, frutto di una relazione proibita, tra abbandoni e scoperte, preghiere e paure Un viaggio che la porter da una misera stanzetta a una casa coloniale, da una bottega del cioccolato a un convento di clausura Con un tono bizzarro e ingenuo e con l ironia di chi si lasciato tutto alle spalle, l autrice affronta il proprio passato trasformandolo in un feroce e avvincente romanzo.

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    1. I am always on alert for books by women of color from around the globe A few weeks ago a friend had mentioned reading The Book of Emma Reyes A Memoir and it piqued by interest as a memoir by a South American artist from the 20th century A product of what early reviewers call a Dickensian upbringing, Reyes overcame a horrendous childhood to later become a top artist of her native Columbia Although she did not become literate until later in life, a chance friendship with Nobel Laureate Gabriel Gar [...]

    2. Emma Reyes o exemplo de algu m que n o mostra rancor perante a sua vida cruel e miser vel Num tom cru, sem amargura, revela atrav s de cartas para o amigo historiador Germ n Arciniegas detalhes sobre a sua inf ncia de emocionar qualquer um Precisei de tempo para digerir tudo, respirar fundo Senti revolta por ela, sendo tudo t o triste acabei por absorver essa carga durante a leitura Vidas t o dif ceis Vidas t o miser veis.Num quarto com a sua irm e o Menino, todos os dias de manh precisa de desp [...]

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    4. This was a memoir written in letters by Emma Reyes She had a very bizarre, incredibly impoverished and astonishingly abusive upbringing Her mother was someone Emma and her sister referred to as Mrs Maria After years of abuse that included horrific violence that included being locked in closets, rooms, etc for the entire day, sometimes days, Mrs Maria abandoned them and the girls were taken to a convent The majority, in fact most, of this memoir is stories from the convent This was a good read, i [...]

    5. La ep stola protesta es un g nero literario Lo dudo much simo, pero si lo fuera, Memoria por correspondencia ser a el p ster ideal Si bien la protesta no es expl cita el candor tanto de la Reyes narradora como de la Reyes protagonista es demasiado n tido su rencor, casi nulo , los abusos que padece una Emma infante a manos de una figura monstruo maternal y luego a manos de una horda de monjas crueles y explotadoras existen entes m s despreciables que las monjas cat licas iluminan la m dula de un [...]

    6. Un relato tan ntimo, tan sereno, que abre la puerta de la memoria, la omnipotencia de la literatura para llevarnos a otro mundo, a otra vida, y a trav s de ella ver en clave de abandono y reclusi n, la libertad del esp ritu de Emma.Bell simo.

    7. DAMN This was a fun read and a very good book club pick, if I do say so myself Would recommend Plus it s short I also feel like this would be a fun young adult book to assign to mature teenage readers maybe that s just because the jacket cover compares it to House on Mango Street One big theme of the book was using kid logic to deal with life s biggest questions and mysteries It also seemed like, by committing to writing from this very limited, childlike point of view, it creates quite a bit of [...]

    8. The Book of Emma Reyes is a revelation Godmother to Latin American writers and artists in Paris, Emma Reyes was illiterate until her late teens, escaped from grinding poverty and the convent in Columbia, to Buenos Aires and then Paris, to re invent herself as painter The memoir, written as a series of letters to Colombian historian and critic Germ n Arciniegas, won praise from Gabriel Garcia Marquez As translated by Daniel Alarc n, the style is artfully simple and wholly faithful to the world No [...]

    9. La casa en que viv amos se compa a de una sola y nica pieza muy peque a, sin ventanas y con una nica puerta que daba a la calle.

    10. Mirando hacia atr s sin ira G nero Novela dificil simo de clasificar, pero dej moslo ah por no poner m s etiquetas al blog, pero no se olviden de que no es ficci n.Lo que nos cuenta Recopilaci n de 23 cartas que la artista colombiana Emma Reyes escribi a su amigo Germ n Arciniegas entre 1969 y 1997, escritas en su madurez pero que rememoran sus recuerdos desde que era s lo una ni a hasta que abandona el convento en el que lleg a vivir Quiere saber m s de este libro, sin spoilers Visite librosdeo [...]

    11. Buen trabajo recopilatorio que por momentos me hizo olvidar que estaba leyendo cartas, en especial la narraci n del abandono de Emma y Helena, la cual es devastadora Aunque no es culpa del libro, es una verdadera l stima que la correspondencia no abarcara la adultez de Emma o las impresiones de Arciniegas m s all del anexo Desear a que la existencia de estos documentos hipot ticos estuvieran en buenas manos y pr ximos a publicar.

    12. Para los que, como yo, quedaron atrapados por estas cartas o m s bien, por el relato de una infancia de pel cula que termin de la manera m s inesperada, por suerte para su autora , una nota en la que se develan algunos de los misterios que quedan planteados al final del libro soho zona cronica a

    13. Un recuento de la dura ni ez que vivi esta artista colombiana, que hasta este momento desconoc a totalmente Si les gusta la literatura buc lica este libro es altamente recomendado Primer libro comprado en el kindle store

    14. Es casi imposible parar de leerlo Es de esos libros que son toda una experiencia S per recomendado.

    15. De los mejores libros que he le do Cartas escritas con tal inocencia que hacen que el lector pase por diferentes emociones, desde la tristeza hasta la risa Recomendad simo.

    16. Incre ble Este libro es adictivo Desde las primeras palabras de la primera carta la narrativa de Emma Reyes te atrapa y no te suelta hasta la ltima firma Lo am de comienzo a fin.

    17. Vividly written, but somehow still not very interesting It describes a young life similar, unfortunately, to what much of the poorer classes of the world have to experience The ending is abrupt and you don t have the sense that life has opened up for her after the final event.Can t help feeling the book is overrated Despite her upbringing I think Reyes was smarter than average and lucky I sense that she knew how and with what kind of people to keep company literary arts and was very good at mark [...]

    18. Despite relentless dispiriting conditions, Emma Reyes letters abound with spirit and vitality I prepared myself to finish this memoir with a heavy heart, inevitably I knew what I was going into The magic of Reyes writing is that access to her vigorous perception creates a sense of seeing things as they truly were and there was sadness aplenty but this experience of truly seeing is invigorating Reyes retelling is captivating and intuitively well woven I enjoyed reading, and read the memoir very q [...]

    19. Memorias por correspondencia relata a trav s de cartas los diferentes sucesos que transcurren en la vida de Emma Reyes en su infancia adolescencia, desde el confinamiento que recuerda en la casa en Bogot a sus 2 a os extraordinario que una persona tenga recuerdos desde esa edad hasta que logra escapar de un convento a los 19 a os en donde termina al ser abandonada junto con su hermana, Helena Las cartas tomar n como escenario, en su mayor a, el convento al cual Emma va a parar y donde vivir las [...]

    20. Moving tale told in letters written by Emma Reyes to a friend Retrospective portrayal of a childhood in Columbia in the early 20th century of unimaginable deprivation, and but for rare exceptions, bereft of love, in a near matter of fact manner We meet her at 4 with her older sister Helena living with someone of unknown relationship to her called Miss Maria who acts as their sole guardian Miss Maria abandons two little boys, one an infant, and eventually Emma and Helena as well and they are foun [...]

    21. Locks, keys, and the click of keys locking doors echo throughout the remarkable memoir of Latin American artist Emma Reyes childhood in Colombia, a contrast to the rich creative spirit and imagination revealed Her childhood is told in a series of letters, revealing grinding poverty, cruelty, yet also an incredible creative spirit strong enough to survive Beautifully and compellingly written, I found myself unable to set it aside when I finished it I actually had to go back to read some of it aga [...]

    22. Memoria por correspondencia cuenta la devastadora infancia de la pintora colombiana Emma Reyes Es un relato epistolar autobiogr fico compuesto por 23 cartas escritas en primera persona en la voz inocente de una ni a atrapada en una infancia llena de pobreza, desamor, abandono y bajo el yugo de las supersticiones religiosas de las monjas de un convento salesiano Sin embargo, sus recuerdos conservan la magia y la ingenuidad de la infancia y nos cuenta con naturalidad y sencillez tanto sus sufrimie [...]

    23. Emma Reyes was a Columbian painter of the mid 20th century, known for her friendships with Frida Kahlo and others This book, based on a series letters written to a friend over many years, forms a memoir in correspondence of her childhood, which also inspired her art Born into abject poverty, she spent her early years at the mercy of a strange woman who never called herself a mother After being abandoned in a train station, Emma and her sister toiled for the next fifteen years in a convent, subje [...]

    24. Emma Reyes Prima di acquistare questo libro, nulla conoscevo di lei Una donna colombiana, una pittrice, per tutta la sua vita Non stata una scrittrice, o meglio, ha scritto solo questo libro Se vogliamo specificare ancora meglio, morta da non scrittrice Il libro uscito postumo Questo un epistolario, composto da 23 lettere che Emma sped al suo amico G rman Arciniegas, dalla Francia alla Colombia, nell arco di ben trent anni Un viaggio a ritroso, le lettere che spedisce al suo Paese natio, e che a [...]

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