Il carteggio Aspern e altri racconti italiani

Il carteggio Aspern e altri racconti italiani

Henry James Franco Cordelli Gianna Lonza / Jul 18, 2019

Il carteggio Aspern e altri racconti italiani Roma Firenze Venezia citt conosciute e amate da James e mirabilmente ritratte nel suo Ore italiane fanno da sfondo alle passioni ossessioni dei protagonisti di questi racconti offrendo la forza si

  • Title: Il carteggio Aspern e altri racconti italiani
  • Author: Henry James Franco Cordelli Gianna Lonza
  • ISBN: 9788811367390
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • Roma, Firenze, Venezia citt conosciute e amate da James, e mirabilmente ritratte nel suo Ore italiane fanno da sfondo alle passioni ossessioni dei protagonisti di questi racconti, offrendo la forza simbolica dei loro monumenti e delle loro suggestioni La condanna di Daisy Miller si consuma socialmente e fisicamente nel Colosseo, dove nella Roma dei Cesari si massacraRoma, Firenze, Venezia citt conosciute e amate da James, e mirabilmente ritratte nel suo Ore italiane fanno da sfondo alle passioni ossessioni dei protagonisti di questi racconti, offrendo la forza simbolica dei loro monumenti e delle loro suggestioni La condanna di Daisy Miller si consuma socialmente e fisicamente nel Colosseo, dove nella Roma dei Cesari si massacravano i cristiani innocenti A Firenze un paesaggio immutabile riverbera le ossessioni, anch esse immutabili, del protagonista, insensibile ai cambiamenti e inaccessibile alla storia Venezia la colonna sonora scalpicc o di passi, rintocchi, tonfo di remi, sciabordare d acque, echi di voci dei tormentosi e paranoici interrogativi nei quali il protagonista pare destinato a crogiolarsi per il resto della sua vita La raccolta comprende i racconti Il carteggio Aspern Daisy Miller Il diario di un uomo di cinquant anni

    Il carteggio Aspern by Henry James Il carteggio Aspern il pi bel libro sul decadentismo veneziano dell Ottocento bench cos claustrofobico e labirintico in poche stanze chiuse Venezia e la laguna vengono soprattutto intuite, come in certi dipinti di Turner con temporali principalmente atmosferici E James Il carteggio Aspern by Henry James Il carteggio Aspern has , ratings and reviews Glenn said In the section of his Moral Discourses entitled How a person can preserve their pro Il carteggio Aspern Il carteggio Aspern un racconto scritto da Henry James, pubblicato originariamente su The Atlantic Monthly nel , seguito nello stesso anno dalla pubblicazione in un volume a s stante Il carteggio Aspern, uno dei racconti lunghi pi conosciuti e acclamati di James, Il carteggio Aspern di Henry James, recensione libro Il carteggio Aspern di Henry James un romanzo decadentista sul ruolo della letteratura e dell artista, la cui arte non economicamente valutabile n cedibile in alcun modo. I libri Il carteggio Aspern, Henry James Garzanti Nov , Un piccolo gioiello nella produzione di un grande scrittore anglo americano di fine Ottocento Pagina Facebook Account T CARTEGGIO ASPERN PDF zakotu sfo Il carteggio Aspern e altri racconti italiani Italian Edition Kindle edition by Henry James Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or Il carteggio Aspern Henry James on FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Il carteggio Aspern e altri racconti italiani Rakuten Kobo Read Il carteggio Aspern e altri racconti italiani by Henry James with Rakuten Kobo Roma, Firenze, Venezia citt conosciute e amate da James, e mirabilmente ritratte Henry James, Il carteggio Aspern Henry James, Il carteggio Aspern, letto nella traduzione di Gianna Lonza, Garzanti ma, dal confronto tra edizioni diverse, la traduzione di Maria Luisa Agosti Castellani ci sembrata pi gustosa.

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      • Henry James Franco Cordelli Gianna Lonza

        Henry James, OM, son of theologian Henry James Sr brother of the philosopher and psychologist William James and diarist Alice James, was an American born author, one of the founders and leaders of a school of realism in fiction He spent much of his life in England and became a British subject shortly before his death He is primarily known for a series of major novels in which he portrayed the encounter of America with Europe His plots centered on personal relationships, the proper exercise of power in such relationships, and other moral questions His method of writing from the point of view of a character within a tale allowed him to explore the phenomena of consciousness and perception, and his style in later works has been compared to impressionist painting.James insisted that writers in Great Britain and America should be allowed the greatest freedom possible in presenting their view of the world, as French authors were His imaginative use of point of view, interior monologue and unreliable narrators in his own novels and tales brought a new depth and interest to realistic fiction, and foreshadowed the modernist work of the twentieth century An extraordinarily productive writer, in addition to his voluminous works of fiction he published articles and books of travel writing, biography, autobiography, and criticism,and wrote plays, some of which were performed during his lifetime with moderate success His theatrical work is thought to have profoundly influenced his later novels and tales.


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    1. Though others may have more sanguine ideas about Venice, my first visceral response when I think of the city is one of creepiness. I guess this is informed by my viewing the Nicolas Roeg direction of the Daphne du Maurier story "Don't Look Now" over thirty years ago. A subsequent reading of the story itself didn't dispel that impression of course, though it cleared up some of the confusion rendered by the flawed copy of the film projected on the movie screen. Many years later I read The Comfort [...]


    2. Tre sono i racconti di Henry James raccolti in questo libro, accomunati dall’ambientazione italiana in cui si muovono personaggi quasi esclusivamente anglosassoni: Il carteggio Aspern a Venezia, Daisy Millera Roma e Il diario di un uomo di cinquant’anni a Firenze. A narrare la prima storia è un critico letterario da tempo sulle tracce di un fascio di carte (papers nell’edizione originale) scritte da un notissimo poeta americano, Jeffrey Aspern, vissuto in età napoleonica (una sorta di in [...]


    3. Il carteggio Aspern ****(gennaio 2014)Letto pochi giorni prima di tornare per qualche giorno a Venezia, in gennaio; una volta lì, ad ogni sbuffo di rami da un alto muro era tutto un pensare Ecco, potrebbe esser quella la casa, perché no?, un tendere lo sguardo alle finestre in cerca delle misteriose signorine Bordereau, un ripetermi stupefatta Sì, davvero, questa non è una città ma un'unica grandissima dimora incantata, brulicante. Che meraviglia.L'ambientazione mi ha evidentemente catturat [...]


    4. Henry James is a psychological writer, that is he is interested in the most minute details about how a person processes life, and so there is a lot of discursions in the writing, as well as even (gasp!) passive verb tenses. He talks in circles, and yet manages to generate surprises and suspense, even if his writing isn't emotive or active. It's a good reminder that what is judged as good in writing shifts with the times, and that while we gain clarity with Strunk and White's style recommendation [...]


    5. Although I used to joke that this book and a few of the shorter novels constituted my "HJ training wheels" phase, this is not a collection to be taken lightly. I especially enjoy all of the Oxford World Classics versions of James, something to do with the way the paper feels and the font they use. I've got weird quirks like that, what can I say? Anyway, this quote from "The Middle Years" pretty much sums it up for me: "e revelation of his own slowness had seemed to make all stupidity sacred." HJ [...]


    6. Henry James at the height of his prowess, in a collection of novellas and stories centering around the artist, his dedication to art, and to the adulation critics or admirers sometimes bestow on the artist. Surely no one in the English language writes novellas like James did--I think he is, at his sublime best, the finest novella writer in the language, still unsurpassed in the way he wrings maximum suspense from his subject matters, be they ghost stories (The Turn of the Screw), tales on the ar [...]


    7. Tre racconti, tre città (Venezia, Roma e Firenze), tre ossessioni, tre finali (quasi) inaspettati.Henry James: un genio nell'ordire trame perfette, ed allo stesso tempo incapace di "sottomettersi" ad un finale a lieto fine. Il trionfo del pessimismo ad ogni costo.


    8. This new Oxford edition (2013) sites `The Aspern Papers' alongside some of James' other short fictions which are concerned with literary life, especially the relationships between author, texts, and critics.Written between 1888-1896, the four stories collected here (`The Death of the Lion', `The Figure in the Carpet', `The Birthplace' as well as the eponymous novella) are contextualised well in Adrian Poole's introduction, and confront the nascent idea of the literary celebrity driven, in part, [...]


    9. The four stories in this edition all revolve around, not the artist, but the people who surround genius: the literary critic, the biographer and the custodian. The men and women in these stories, while they claim to love the writers for the sake of their art, seem very much caught up in the obsessive cult of celebrity that gets built up around these writers. In 'The Aspern Papers' a critic tries to find some intimate papers left behind by the famous poet Jeffrey Aspern which are being held by hi [...]


    10. So, this is by Henry James. I hate Henry James. I have never been able to get within a few pages of anything of his I've attempted, but for some reason the premise of The Aspern Papers intrigued me and I decided to give HJ another go.And for the first few pages, I was constantly reminded of why I hate HJ's writing so very much: the agonising paragraphs, the constant chipping in of extraneous thoughts contained in dashes, the eccentric punctuation, the scream-inducing navel-gazing I very nearly g [...]


    11. James' sometimes asphyxiating restraint as a plotter -- page after page of ever-so-polite "conversation" -- does make, on the other hand, for some glorious moments of (melo-)dramatic surprise, including the creepy conclusion to the title story. As meditations on writers and writerly celebrity all of these stories have strengths, especially "The Middle Years" and "The Death of the Lion." I found "The Private Life," though generally disparaged, both ridiculous and enjoyable, an almost-ghost story [...]


    12. Couldn't get into this at all. Perhaps if I hadn't just pushed my way through a couple other books that weren't my favorites I could have tried to see this one to the end but my heart wasn't in it.If anyone has read, or reads this and feels it's worth it, let me know and I'll work harder to make a better effort toward completion!As any of you who follow me know, I only read audio books and the sound quality and reader of this were horrible and I wonder if that didn't play some part also in not t [...]


    13. All the stories were about authors and their admirers. While James played with some interesting ideas, I wasn't a huge fan of his writing style and long dense paragraphs. Still, 'The Aspern Papers' provoked some interesting questions about art and the artist.




    14. La curiosità di conoscere può giustificare i mezzi?Di come l'ossessione, la brama, il desiderio di possedere possano portare a non avere alcuno scrupolo, alla discesa nella più profonda amoralità.



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