Neun Tage in Lissabon

Neun Tage in Lissabon Lissabon Vincent Balmer ein franz sischer Journalist und der Fotograf Ant nio sollen gemeinsam ber den Prozess gegen einen Serienm rder berichten Doch interessiert die beiden vor allem ihr pri

  • Title: Neun Tage in Lissabon
  • Author: Hervé Le Tellier
  • ISBN: 9783423249683
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lissabon, 1985 Vincent Balmer, ein franz sischer Journalist, und der Fotograf Ant nio sollen gemeinsam ber den Prozess gegen einen Serienm rder berichten Doch interessiert die beiden vor allem ihr privates Lebensgl ck Ant nio hat Erfolg bei Frauen und ist zudem in Vincents Ex Freundin Ir ne verliebt Vincent t uscht eine Liebschaft vor und fl chtet sich in die BekanntsLissabon, 1985 Vincent Balmer, ein franz sischer Journalist, und der Fotograf Ant nio sollen gemeinsam ber den Prozess gegen einen Serienm rder berichten Doch interessiert die beiden vor allem ihr privates Lebensgl ck Ant nio hat Erfolg bei Frauen und ist zudem in Vincents Ex Freundin Ir ne verliebt Vincent t uscht eine Liebschaft vor und fl chtet sich in die Bekanntschaft mit Manuela, die ihn jedoch bald abweist Aus Neugier und aus Eifersucht macht sich Vincent auf, Ant nios seit langem verschwundene Jugendliebe Canard in Lissabon aufzusp ren Hintergr ndig erz hlt Le Tellier vom Gl ck und Ungl ck in der Liebe.

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    1. Hervé Le Tellier

      Herv Le Tellier is a writer, journalist, mathematician, food critic, and teacher He has been a member of the Oulipo group since 1992 and one of the papous of the famous France Culture radio show He has published fifteen books of stories, essays, and novels, including Enough About Love Other Press, 2011 , The Sextine Chapel Dalkey Archive Press, 2011 , and A Thousand Pearls Dalkey Archive Press, 2011.

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    1. Two men meet in Lisbon to cover the story of the trial of an old man who is a serial killer. They have worked together before but they have an on-again, off-again acquaintance. Both have also fled Paris due to woman problems. And mainly that is the focus of this book, a saga of two thirty-ish men inept at dealing with women. During their 8-day stay in Lisbon, they manage to get involved with four women, and, surprise, it all turns out badly one way or another. Not to give away any plot, but we l [...]


    2. Somehow Lisbon has haunted my 2017. Inscrutably, it exists--befogged--but entices with only a half remembered tune. Of course Pessoa is to blame for this condition as is his refracted double Tabucchi but Jim Gauer is responsible as well.This is Sebald type excursion, though one more personable and less visual. Two journalists arrive in Lisbon to cover a murder trial. Each has baggage. The protagonist is a bit of a shit. I relate to him. The debris of romance-gone-wrong litters not only their pas [...]


    3. Let’s talk about Oulipo. It’s a French movement that includes authors and mathematicians who use constraints when creating literature. For example: writing an entire novel without using the letter “a”. Or using palindromes. Or starting every sentence with the same word or phrase. Or, my particular favorite, replacing every noun with the seventh noun after it in the dictionary (this constraint has its own name: N+7).Italo Calvino was a member of Oulipo – which is why If On A Winters Nig [...]


    4. So let’s start with the simplest question. What is Electrico W? It’s a rather ancient yellow-and-white Lisbon funicular train that unfailingly carries its cargo of housewives and office workers every workday morning. It forks off, continues its way, enters into dark tunnels, and sputters its way into daylight once again.In short, it’s a metaphor for love.Love and relationships are subjects that fascinate Herve Le Tellier, who focused on it in his prior book, Enough About Love. Here he expl [...]


    5. Μπορεί τη λέξη «πλούσιος» να μην την πολυσυμπαθώ όταν έχει να κάνει με ανθρώπους και τα υλικά τους αγαθά, αλλά δεν με πολυχαλά όταν χρησιμοποιείται για να εκφράσει ποιοτικά χαρακτηριστικά σε αφθονία, και για να γίνω επιτέλους λίγο ξεκάθαρος, «πλούσιο» είναι ένα επίθετο που [...]


    6. Hervé Le Tellier's Eléctrico W is a simple, quiet kind of novel. It has a minimalist plot, keeping the main focus on its characters and their stories - the stories that make them who they are.We experience these nine days through Vincent's narrative. Vincent seems to be working through a lot of confusion regarding his affair with Irene. He manipulates those around him, even those he has yet to meet, in order to reconcile and work through his conflicted feelings. He also doesn't seem to have co [...]


    7. i enjoyed this chronicle of a week in time. vincent be craycray jealous and plotting, but in such a civilized way. very good writing and story telling



    8. Original posted at Insatiable Booksluts. E-galley provided by Other Press.Rating: 4.43/5 women you drive away before they ever have a chance to love you backRecommended if you like: Books that take place in Europe; flawed main characters; reading books that are sometimes uncomfortable but that ring with truth.My lovely friend Tara over at BookSexyReview says that Le Tellier is actually kind of a big deal and he belongs to a movement of writing called Oulipo. If that floats your boat, I urge you [...]


    9. I’m so glad I picked up this book on a whim the last time I visited Barnes and Noble! I decided to pick what I believed the best parts of Herve Le Tellier novel were relating to his eloquent style and artfully created plotline to share and entice all other potential readers (so here I go ):1.) The relatable emotions of all of the characters. Even though the novel seemed a much more adult novel, full of tangled relationships with surprising tangents, I was able to truly connect with some of [...]


    10. Ein Fotograf und ein Journalist sollen für eine französische Zeitung aus Portugals Haupstadt Lissabon vom Prozess gegen einen Serienmörder berichten. Vincent, der diese Ereignisse von 1985 rückblickend erzählt, ist dieser Journalist, zugleich auch Autor und Übersetzer. António, der Fotograf, stammt aus Lissabon. Verbunden sind die beiden Männer nicht nur beruflich durch ihre Vergangenheit als Kriegsreporter, sondern auch durch Irene, die Vincent liebt und mit der António eine Beziehung [...]


    11. A lovely, easy read! Dreamy, a bit like reading a Wes Anderson movie (even the serial killer reminded me of the SNL parody), and although the main character was not very likable, I couldn't put the book down! It did take a little while to get into it, though, because it seemed soanslated. The flow, I guess, and some overwritten bits. Still, it starts getting more interesting near the beginning when Antonio (slightly more likable than the narrator, Vincent, who is an outright creep) talks about h [...]


    12. This is okay. It took a while to get into, but finally I just read the last 2/3 through. (It isn't a very long novel.)Some of it feels a bit flabby and indulgent… a lonely 40-something man caroming between encounters with one younger woman after another, all of whom are both magical, and ultimately disdainful of him. Meh.The smaller stories and vignettes woven in were enough to sustain interest, though, at least for the book's modest page-count.


    13. set mostly in lisbon, oulipo master tellier writes a small novel about big ideas (based on odysseus), love, revenge, loss, friendship, parents, art, children, betrayal, seems maybe friendship ultimately is the most important. better'n sex.a good intro into oulipo world for straights. i guess too, the tram line "W" is no more. that damn thing almost killed me once, but it was my fault.



    14. Reads like a trashy romance novel, and somehow manages to be simultaneously melodramatic and boring. Maybe better in its original French, but I didn't like it enough to reread.


    15. Endlich fand ich die Zeit, dieses Buch zu lesen, das schon einige Zeit auf meinem Stapel lag. Es hat sich gelohnt. Eine unspektakuläre, intime Geschichte, wie ich sie (meistens) mag.



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