A Árvore Generosa

A Árvore Generosa

Shel Silverstein Miguel Gouveia / Jul 16, 2019

A rvore Generosa Este livro o mais conhecido do escritor e ilustrador norte americano Shel Silverstein O cl ssico escrito em comoveu gera es com a hist ria de uma rvore e um menino Com poucas palavras Silverst

  • Title: A Árvore Generosa
  • Author: Shel Silverstein Miguel Gouveia
  • ISBN: 9789898166005
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Este livro o mais conhecido do escritor e ilustrador norte americano Shel Silverstein O cl ssico, escrito em 1964, comoveu gera es com a hist ria de uma rvore e um menino Com poucas palavras, Silverstein fala da rela o entre o homem e a natureza, onde uma rvore oferece tudo a um menino, que a deixa de lado ao crescer, ao mesmo tempo que se torna num homem ego sta.Este livro o mais conhecido do escritor e ilustrador norte americano Shel Silverstein O cl ssico, escrito em 1964, comoveu gera es com a hist ria de uma rvore e um menino Com poucas palavras, Silverstein fala da rela o entre o homem e a natureza, onde uma rvore oferece tudo a um menino, que a deixa de lado ao crescer, ao mesmo tempo que se torna num homem ego sta Mas para agradar ao menino que ama, a generosidade desta rvore n o tem fim ainda que isto signifique a sua pr pria destrui o.Duas fortes qualidades aliam se neste livro O facto de abordar quest es fundamentais como o tempo, a morte, a vida, a rela o amorosa e de amizade, tudo o que nos posiciona face aos outros e a n s pr prios, assim como a aposta ao n vel est tico, na sobriedade narrativa e ilustrativa, com o tra o simples e preciso de Silverstein.

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        Shel Silverstein was the author artist of many beloved books of prose and poetry He was a cartoonist, playwright, poet, performer, recording artist, and Grammy winning, Oscar nominated songwriter.


    1. HEY, KIDS AND SHEL SILVERSTEIN FANS! COME OVER HERE AND READ THIS!Okay, this some motherfuckin' fucked-up shit right here. The Giving Tree is the straight-up wack story of how this selfish little ass-faced prick kicks it with this full-on saintly tree. Ever'thin' fine for a while, y'all, with the lil' prick all gettin' up in there an' sayin' to the tree, "Yeah, you know you mah bitch," but then all of a sudden, this jumped-up prick go through puberty, get his chia on or some such shit, and so he [...]

    2. I recently read this book to my little boy. It's not the first time I've read it. It's probably not even the tenth time. But it's the first time I've read the book in a decade, and given the fact that my memory is like a cheese grater, I like to think I got a pretty fresh experience. The result is this: I honestly don't know how I feel about this book. Even if you haven't read the story, you probably know the gist of it. A tree loves a young boy and gives away pieces of itself to the boy to make [...]

    3. I know that many people have a sentimental love for this book, and I respect that -- you can't rationalize emotional connection. And generally, I like this author. But with this book, since it inspired no real emotional response in me, I am left with only the rational perspective, which in me was this: This book troubles me deeply, because it enshrines self-destructive and self-pitying martyrdom as the paragon of love for others. And I think there is already far too much of this in our society. [...]

    4. Scrolling down, it seems several reviewers resent this book's apparently heavy-handed message about selfishness/selflessness. I can totally understand why they find it upsetting or sappy. Overbearing, even. But I don't agree.Some fascinating theories have been put forth about The Giving Tree. It's deceptively simple on its surface, yes. But if this were truly just some hard and fast hippie dippy morality tale, would its two main characters (living natural tree, growing human boy) and their relat [...]

    5. Yes, the boy is a selfish bastard, who doesn't deserve the love and generosity he gets time and again. Anyone who read this book as a child is well aware of this fact.Nonetheless, I'm shocked to see how many disliked it. My only thought is that many readers allow their hatred for the boy to be confused with hatred for the book. Does the book condone the boy's behavior, or simply seek to tell a narrative? Does the quality of a book suffer when the moral quality of its characters flags?It is the j [...]

    6. I was drawn to this book again and again as a child, and I discovered that my three-year-old daughter also wanted me to read it to her repeatedly. The book has given rise to numerous interpretations, and I myself have viewed it differently over time. Some people have a negative, visceral reaction to the book because they believe they are required to see it as a positive and uplifting tale of giving, something they cannot manage to do. These days, we are accustomed to sanitized, upbeat children's [...]

    7. Please visit our blog at twogalsandabook to see this and other reviews! The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein is a must read for children. It's a story that can bring tears to your eyes. Children can learn about the importance of caring, giving, and how we should treat others. This essential and childhood favorite still remains a part of our home library. 5*****

    8. The Giving Tree, Shel Silverstein تاریخ نخستین خوانش: چهاردهم ماه می سال 2009 میلادیعنوان: درخت بخشنده؛ نویسنده: شل سیلورستاین؛ مترجم: سیما مجیدزاده؛ مشهد، گل آفتاب، 1383 در 55 ص؛ شابک: 9645599326؛ چاپ هفتم 1388؛ چاپ دهم 1392، شابک: 9789645599322؛ موضوع: داستانهای خیال انگیز از نویسندگان امریکایی - قرن 20 ممترجم: [...]

    9. So it is Christmas time, and my wife likes to have all of us—my wife and I, and our three years old twins—do a different event each night during Advent as a family. I like this practice; it is little things like this that keep our family strong. Tonight’s event was reading Christmas themed books.We decided to read THE GIVING TREE as well as three other Christmas books. Had I foreseen what was about to transpire I would have omitted THE GIVING TREE from my selection.Allow me to replay said [...]

    10. The Giving Tree will rip your heart out in 621 words.We all know and love Shel Silverstein for his whimsical poems, but The Giving Tree is both one of the saddest and most hopeful stories ever told. Pure and utter genius, this one is.

    11. I try to steal books written for children, since I am no giving tree and I am not paying for what my child reads. But this book, each time I read this (at the bookshop itself), I thrust it back to the place from where I took it, angrily, if I may add. This book does not deserve to be stolen. What makes me angry:Each time I read this story, all I want to do is to insert my hand in bookcover, catch that falling fruit and saw the tree and take it home and make bat for my child a foot that my bed is [...]

    12. Horrific relationship between a selfish unappreciative child and an enabling self-sacrificing mother who has no purpose in life other than to give herself away. I keep expecting a missing page to show up where he pisses all over the tree stump at the end.I think this is offensive and despicable.It is a horrible lesson for children. I'd rather see more literature that honors and respects the sacrifices that parents make, rather than this book's actual focus: demonstrating the expectations that th [...]

    13. Reading the other reviews on this book, I'm really surprised that there's such a level of hatred for this book. But then I thought everyone else in the world loved my fourth grade teacher too. We have to grow up sometime. I can't imagine not loving this book. I can imagine berating the attitude of the boy, of the tree, but I can't imagine not coming away from this book with a deeper understanding of human nature, of reciprocity, of a parent's love for a child and the nature of servanthood. Maybe [...]

    14. من دلم می خواست می توانستم به تو چیزی بدهماما چیزی برایم باقی نمانده. من فقط یک کنده پیرو کهنسالم. متاسفمممنون عموشلبی عزیزکه به یادم آوردی «مادر» چه وجود مقدسی استکه عظمت عشقش فراتر از درک ماستپسرک بزرگ شد و مرد شد و بعد پیرمرد، ولی هیچوقت از درخت سپاسگزاری نکردو با خودم فک می [...]

    15. Shel Silverstein is truly one of the greatest American poets for kids. The Giving Tree is a wonderful story about friendship and ageing. No spoilers, but don't let your kids miss out on this absolutely gorgeous story!

    16. My 5-year-old daughter had this read to her in preschool and burst into uncontrollable sobs at the end. "It's not fair! The tree is DEAD and the little boy was so mean to it!"Exactly, honey. This book reeks of the patriarchy. Keep it away from your kids--especially your daughters.

    17. Book ReviewI first read The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein when I was twelve-years old, but then I read it again in college as part of a course called "Reading in the Elementary School." My opinion didn't necessarily change between the two reads, but my eyes were opened a little wider. I never realized it was such a controversial book, nor that the author was sometimes considered not ideal for children, despite writing picture books for them.The basic gist of the book revolves around friendship [...]

    18. “Once there was a tree, and she loved a little boy.” Shel Silverstein, The Giving Tree I recently reread Shel Silverstein's The Giving Tree. It was the first time in many years I have read it. I love this book; I always have, but reading it as an adult, over 30, was so different this time around. The warm fuzzies of past reads were missing. Now, it made me feel sad, and empty. This time around, I saw it not as a parable of generosity and love, but instead I saw it as a story of selfishness, [...]

    19. The book is impossible to wrap my mind around. Part of me wishes it ended thusly: the tree suggests the boy chop her down to make a boat, he takes her advice, and the tree falls on him, killing them both. The moral being a quote I've heard attributed to Bill Cosby: If you spend your whole life trying to make other people happy, YOU'LL never be happy. The boy is punished for all but raping the one who cares more for him than anyone in the world, and the tree pays the ultimate price for a lifetime [...]

    20. "I am sorry," sighed the tree. I wish that I could give you somethingbut I have nothing left. I am just an old stump. I am sorry.""I don't need very much now," said the boy,"Just a quiet place to sit and rest. I am very tired.""Well," said the tree, straightening herself up as much as she could,"Well, an old stump is good for sitting and resting. Come, Boy, sit down. Sit down and rest."And the boy did.And the tree was happy.

    21. Easily the most vile children's book ever written, for reasons eloquently stated by about a zillion other posters here. I remember my grandmother, whom I disliked (yeah, some kids don't like their grandparents, it's true) used to push this book on me as terribly DEEP and BEAUTIFUL and something I should really THINK ABOUT. And you wonder why I didn't like my grandmother? (My mother thought it was a piece of shit, too.) Anyway, it's a vomitous book, always has been, and I'm glad there are other p [...]

    22. Sorry, Mr Silverstein. This kind of tripe is inexcusable. And exposing children to it? I'm no child psychologist, but what would be the point? I'd hazard a guess that Bernie Madoff read this book, and look how he turned out. In fact there's a whole generation of bwankers who took it as their bible. Thanks a bunch, Shelly boy.My real reaction to this piece of morally ambiguous reprehensible mawkishness is best expressed by the kind of interpretative dance that was Molly Shannon's forte (one sylla [...]

    23. "يكى بود،يكى نبود.يك درخت بود،كه پسر كوچولويى را دوست داشت."هر دفعه با خودم ميگم "آخه مگه يه داستان كوتاه چقدر ميتونه خوب و تاثيرگذار باشه؟" و هر دفعه با يه داستانى مواجه ميشم كه معادلاتمو بهم ميريزه.اين كتاب رو امروز تو كتابخونه ملاقات كردم و لا به لاى روندِ بروكراتيكِ تمديدِ ز [...]

    24. My wife and I had a debate about this book:VONNIE: I’m not sure at what age a person discovers the joy of giving. Maybe, for me, it was that first Christmas when I had saved up enough of my allowance to actually buy something for my parents. I remember the anticipation of watching them unwrap the gift and then the big smiles that spread across their faces as they said “Vonnie, you shouldn’t have.” I think The Giving Tree is really a story about parenthood, and the lengths to which moms a [...]

    25. I can't stand this book. Someone gave it to my children as a gift, and I'm very close to hiding it or giving it away so that I don't have to read it to them at bedtime anymore. The selfish, uncaring boy who takes and takes and takes from the tree until the tree literally has nothing more to give, just makes me want to reach through the pages and throttle him. What's the message here? Is it "When someone loves you, it's okay to just take advantage of them endlessly because they will always be the [...]

    26. Not sure what's the fuss about my friends either really liking or really hating this book. I find this just good. Good message. Good illustration. Good easy read. Nothing spectacular to go crazy about. Nothing sad to really cry a bucket of tears.The Giving Tree is a poignant story of friendship between the selfless apple tree and a boy. They used to enjoy each others' company when the boy was still little but when he grew up, his priorities changed and he had other needs. The tree tried to help [...]

    27. I have always loved this book, so I was surprised at how many reviewers hated it. As a child I wondered how the tree could give so much. Now that I am older, I know that parents/caregivers do give that much to their children/charges (if metaphorically). So are all parents saps? Certainly they do not literally give house and home, but the sacrifices we make for the ones we love have no quantifiable limit. This book isn't supposed to teach children the value of sharing so much as it shows that som [...]

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