Уморен да се раждам и да умирам

  • Title: Уморен да се раждам и да умирам
  • Author: Mo Yan Мо Йен Петко Хинов
  • ISBN: 9786191790364
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Mo Yan Мо Йен Петко Хинов

      Modern Chinese author, in the western world most known for his novel Red Sorghum which was turned into a movie by the same title Often described as the Chinese Franz Kafka or Joseph Heller.Mo Yan is a pen name and means don t speak His real name is Guan Moye simplified Chinese traditional Chinese pinyin Gu n M y.He has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature 2012 for his work which with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary Among the works highlighted by the Nobel judges were Red Sorghum 1987 and Big Breasts Wide Hips 2004 , as well as The Garlic Ballads.Chinese version

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    1. mo yan 43 günde ve elle yazmış bu dev romanı. kendi hesabıyla 43 günde el yazısıyla 430.000 sözcük. türkçede karşılığı 928 sayfa, dile kolay. romanı okumayanlar için akıl almaz bir şey bu. daha doğrusu, böyle yazılan bir metnin edebi değeri olabileceğini düşünmek zor. ama romanı okuduktan sonra nasıl yazıldığını öğrenmek hiç şaşırtmıyor. tam tersine romana çok uygun olduğunu ve bu romanın ancak böyle yazılabileceğini düşünüyorsunuz. günümüz [...]


    2. İlk MO YAN kitabımı bitirmiş olmanın, 900 küsür sayfayı alt etmenin de verdiği büyük huzurla sonunda buradayım.Kitap bir edebiyat atlası gibi baş döndürücü desem abartmış olmam. Ximen köyünün bir ferdi gibiyim. Sabah uyandığımda çiftlikte Ximen Baiyle kahvaltı edip, Lan Lianla ayaküstü sohbet edecekmiş gibiyim. Uzun bir süredir kitaptaki 5-6- karakterle birlikte yaşıyorum. Onlar anlatıyor ben dinliyorum.Bir çerçi misali öteden beriye, oradan buraya, uzaktan [...]


    3. Rides the fierce Lord Yama( God of death) to his somber destination, robustly plopped on the back of a water buffalo, waiting to pick the departed soul from the face of the earth. In the quest between Heaven and Hell, the soul lingers in the probability of its verdict. The shimmering blue skin contrasting the black hide of the animal becomes a petrifying vision. “Pray, pray from the heart, so the soul finds a place in heaven.”. The words of my grandfather keep ringing in my ears as I see Xim [...]


    4. Beş yıldız değil on yıldız olsa yine yetmez! Muazzam, baş döndürücü bir edebiyat şöleni!!!Açıkça söylemem gerekirse bir sene önce kadar Mo Yan'ın 'İri Memeler ve Geniş Kalçalar' kitabını .okumuştum ve çok etkilenerek 'Herhalde en iyi işi bu kitaptır' diye düşünmüştüm. Haftalarca aklımdan çıkmamış, beynimi çok meşgul etmiş ve sonra okuduğum şeylerden pek bir keyif alamama sebep olmuştu. 'Yaşam ve Ölüm Yorgunu'na da ister istemez büyük beklentilerl [...]


    5. Aradan nerdeyse bir yil geçmiş. Ximen Nao ve Yama hala kendisini hissettiriyor. Bu kitapta güldüğüm,duygularımın darmadağın olduğu ve Mo Yan'ı iyi ki keşfetmişim dediğim bir kitap üstü bir şeydi.Ne denir ne söylenir böyle bir kitap için bilmiyorum.Nerden başlamam gerektiğini çıkaramasamda haddim olmadan bir şeyler karalayacağım bu özel kitabın hatrına.( Her ne kadar Mo Yan bu kitabını bilgisiyar ortamında yazmamış olsa da, kitabın ruhuna ve asaletine saygıs [...]


    6. Ximen Nao, a landowner, is shot to death as part of the land rectification campaign of the 1940s. He is then sent to hell, where he protests his innocence to the King Yama. He is sent back to earth in the form of a donkey, an ox, a pig, a dog, and a monkey. It is a stream of lives and perspectives over 50 years and Ximen Nao's new lives and the last century of China. Mo Yan himself as there, as a nosy brat who grows up into a meddlesome slob. It is bawdy and rich with irony and slapstick and the [...]


    7. I will never doubt my History teacher's taste in literature. Ever. Of course, a healthy, little dose of skepticism is of a clear need, but it's going to be optional, any time he recommends any other books to me. Now, let's talk about Mo Yan's work. I'll never do him justice. I doubt any man, other than Mo Yan himself, would do him justice. You can't explain this work. The resume will only scratch the surface. Any laudatory words will be uselessly thrown into the void. This is what writing is. Th [...]


    8. I am still in shock from finishing this book--I really felt for awhile that I was never going to finish it. Not in a despairing way, but in the sort of way where I imagined it would remain my reading companion for at least another month or two. Any which way, Life and Death is an amazing feat of story telling. It lends itself to a long read, dipping in and out of the stories Mo Yan tells variously through the characters of Mo Yan, Ximen Nao (as both Ximen Donkey and Ximen Dog, in addition to the [...]


    9. Müthiş bir hikaye anlatıcının, arka planda Mao devrimi, toprak reformu ve sonrasında yaşananları kullandığı yaklaşık 50 yıllık bir süreci Ximen Konağı sakinlerini mercek altına alarak anlatışı.Mo Yan denilen ufaklık, safsatalar kralı çok kere güldürdü beni, kimi zaman hüzünlendirdi kimi zaman da sarstı. Kitabı 43 gün gibi kısa bir sürede yazması, kitabın niteliğini ne kadar olumlu / olumsuz etkiler bu elbet ayrı konu fakat yazarın takdiri hak ettiği aşik [...]


    10. I’m not sure I completely understood this book, but I know I want to read it again. Mo Yan is this year’s Nobel Prize winner. This is his most recent book about a man who may have been unfairly executed and who has been reincarnated several times into his old neighborhood. Does he seek revenge? Did he deserve to die?There are several gimmicks (and I use that word specifically). Ximen Nao was a landowner in pre-Revolution China. His tenant farmers killed him when Communism came to power. He s [...]


    11. After reading this novel, my opinion of recent Nobel-Prize-winner Mo Yan has improved (see review of "Big Breasts and Wide Hips"). "Life and Death is Wearing Me Out" covers fifty years in the life of rural Gaomi Village through the eyes of two narrators, one who has lived in that village for the entire time and the other who has witnessed many of the same events in a series of reincarnations: the petty landlord Ximen Nao, a donkey, a pig, a dog, a monkey, and, at last, a human once again, the "M [...]


    12. Povestea Ximen Nao se întinde pe zeci de ani, timp în care sufletul lui renaște succesiv într-un măgar, taur, câine și maimuță. Romanul este un amestec uimitor de vechi și nou, de tragic și comic, iar modul în care autorul, devenit personaj al cărții, apoi unul dintre naratori, ține în frâu firele încâlcire ale destinelor familiei Ximen transformă acest volum într-unul memorabil.


    13. Идеята за структурата на романа ми се стори гениална още преди да зачета: петдесет години история, разказана от една и съща душа, превъплътена последователно в земевладелец, магаре, бик, прасе, куче. Отначало наративът е малко объркан, но когато става ясно, че цялата книга е [...]


    14. Cả năm trời rồi mới lại được rate một cuốn 5 sao.Văn của Mạc Ngôn trong cuốn này thật đẹp, đẹp nhất trong những cuốn mình từng đọc của ông. Chưa bao giờ mình thấy ở đâu những con vật bình dị như trâu, lừa, lợn lại có thể được miêu tả nên thơ và bi tráng đến thế như trong cuốn sách này.Mặc dù truyện mô tả một giai đoạn kéo dài 50 năm với những biến động nhiều đau thươn [...]


    15. Up until the last third or so of this book, I was ready to call it my favorite fiction book I've read this year. It still gets there, but the lukewarm finish makes it a closer call.Still, this was a great book. I've read a few reviews calling it the Chinese One Hundred Years of Solitude, and that isn't a bad comparison - it's got the same emphasis on one small town and one REALLY big family, lovers being torn apart by revolution, technology, the disappointment and betrayal of parents by their ch [...]


    16. Quả thực mỗi lần chuẩn bị đọc một tác phẩm của Mạc Ngôn là mình lại như chuẩn bị đi ăn tiệc, một bữa tiệc với nhiều bạn bè thân thích và rượu thì tuyệt đối không ép. "Sống đọa thác đày" còn hơn cả một bữa tiệc như thế.Có quá nhiều câu chuyện xung quanh tác phẩm này của Mạc Ngôn. "Sống đọa thác đày" được Mạc Ngôn thai nghén trong 43 năm và được ông đặt bút viết liên [...]



    17. Mạc Ngôn là người kể chuyện rất hấp dẫn, những câu chuyện của ông đều hết sức kỳ lạ, sống động, trong những cuốn sách của ông Trung Quốc hiện lên với đầy đủ những hỉ nộ ái ố, thông qua nhân vật Tây Môn Náo bao lần đầu thai chuyển kiếp kéo dài suốt 50 năm là vận mệnh của đất nước Trung Quốc trải qua giai đoạn biến đổi khủng khiếp nhất: cách mạng vô sản thành công, cá [...]


    18. The descriptions of life in Communist China were really well done, but the development and pace if the story were way, way too slow. I really enjoyed the first part if the book where the main character, Ximen, was a donkey, and we saw the world through his eyes. His attempts at adapting to life as a donkey were funny and whimsical. After that, everything was told through other characters, and it didn't succeed in holding my interest. Also, the tangents the characters went on were distracting and [...]


    19. A very strange and complex story, although challenging to keep the characters straight sometimes.I loved the magical realism and the blending of historical fiction into the novel. Also, the translation was really excellent and the language is exquisite— very poignant and particular imagery and emotive sentences.I'd recommend the book, but also know that I was glad to be done by the time I got through all 6 reincarnations!


    20. Alternating between funny and horrifying, this satire sends executed landowner Ximen Nao through the second half of 20th century China in a variety of reincarnated forms, starting as a donkey and finally ending as a child. In each form, he witnesses the results of the Land Reform Movement and Great Leap Forward into present day China. In spite of the light tone, this is a profoundly disturbing and enlightening look at the impact each change had on the Chinese people.


    21. I felt like I would never finish this book The last 100 pages finally find its voice -- well written and gripping The first 450 should have felt that engrossing Interesting conceit lost in execution Perhaps some of this was the translation, but all of it can't be The injection of Mo Yan the character as a somewhat sinister but well meaning observer was of particular annoyance to me I'll try some of his other books, but not now -- this was quite enough for the time being


    22. Obra maesta. Fin.Personajes femeninos enormes, perros que toman cervezas, cerdos que escalan árboles, cabelleras con poderes curativos y una familia destinada a la tragedia por generaciones. Se nota el gusto de Mo Yan por García Márquez. Le da un giro oriental maravilloso.Aprendí CALETA sobre la historia de China reciente y puta, agradecido de darle tiempo a esta novelaza eterna.Muy feliz.


    23. [Review - Kyle Craig]I enjoyed this book. Mostly because it was so different to the books I typically read. I'm not sure if that is because of the Chinese perspective or Mo Yan's personal writing style (my guess is a little of both), but is is clear that Mo is a talented writer (even through translation).The book follows a landowner that is unjustly killed (at least from his perspective) for being one of the bourgeoisie during the communist revolution of the 1950's in China. His pride and stubbo [...]


    24. (read in Chinese) One of my favourite books by Mo Yan so far - it's morbid and tragic like the others, but I really like the motif of reincarnation which pulls all the generational stories together. What stood out for me the most was the progression of the character(s) and their attitudes with each cycle of rebirth that the main character Ximen Nao goes through: from the typical traditional Chinese refrain of 冤死 and revenge, to a growing sense of detachment from the human world as each rebir [...]


    25. This is a complex book about complex things. On one level (the level I bought the book for), it's the story of modern China, the story of what happens in one small town as the waves of reform from the revolution roll out. At one point, people celebrate; at another point, they starve. They are united in freedom; they destroy outliers. They raise pigs; they raze their ties with one another. These stories, though, are not told in the straight-on approach of most histories, though, or even of most n [...]


    26. Mi primer lectura de Mo Yan, y me quedó claro por qué ganó el Nobel. Una saga familiar en la que, al mismo tiempo, nos cuenta la historia de la China contemporánea Interesante, aunque no parecería muy original. Lo maravilloso de esta novela es, por un lado, la narrativa y por otro, el recurso. La forma de Mo Yan de narrar es ágil, fácil de leer, con un gran ritmo, y al mismo tiempo descriptiva, llegando a veces a ser hasta poética. En cuanto al recurso, las sucesivas reencarnaciones de X [...]


    27. This is the first Mo Yan book I've read. The premise is kind of wacky: a tour through 50 years of Chinese history through the eyes of an executed landlord who is reincarnated first as a donkey, then an ox, then a pig, then a dox, then a monkey and finally as a boy. But Mo Yan pulls it off through lively writing that keeps things from being predictable or trite. The book deals with a lot of sadness but does so with a sense of humor that for the most part humanizes the tragic situations it describ [...]


    28. "Life and Death are Wearing Me Out" is a chronicle of the life in communist China during the second half of the 20th century. Mo Yan's novel tells the story of a Chinese landowner who, after being executed during a land reform, returns on Earth, to his homeland, in a series of reincarnations as various animals. Through the eyes of this lively storyteller, with a very sharp sense of humor, we witness 50 years of Chinese history, starting from the Great Leap Forward and ending on the eve of the 21 [...]


    29. Mielenkiintoinen aihe, mutta tiivistäminen olisi voinut auttaa tarinan vetävyydessä. Plussaa kirjan alussa olevasta henkilöluettelosta, muuten olisin varmaan ollut välillä ihan hukassa. Kivaa, kun Mo Yania käännetään. En tiedä/ muista juuri mitään Kiinan historiasta.


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