Gizona bere bakardadean

Gizona bere bakardadean Carlosi hala iruditzen zitzaion jendeska haren erresuman ez sartzeagatik sartu zela organizazio armatu batena adolezentzia bukatu orduko Bere ikastetxeko kideak kanpamenduetara joaten ziren bitartean

  • Title: Gizona bere bakardadean
  • Author: Bernardo Atxaga
  • ISBN: 9788476813713
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Carlosi hala iruditzen zitzaion, jendeska haren erresuman ez sartzeagatik sartu zela organizazio armatu batena adolezentzia bukatu orduko Bere ikastetxeko kideak kanpamenduetara joaten ziren bitartean fraideekin, noski , beraiek itxuraz ikastetxeko bizimodua egin arren beste erresuma aparteko hartan zeuden lau edo bost lagunek tiro praktikak egiten zituzten mendianCarlosi hala iruditzen zitzaion, jendeska haren erresuman ez sartzeagatik sartu zela organizazio armatu batena adolezentzia bukatu orduko Bere ikastetxeko kideak kanpamenduetara joaten ziren bitartean fraideekin, noski , beraiek itxuraz ikastetxeko bizimodua egin arren beste erresuma aparteko hartan zeuden lau edo bost lagunek tiro praktikak egiten zituzten mendian edo Sbinoren klaseetara joaten ziren hipodromo bateko bulegoan egin behar zuten atrako bat prestatzearren Jakina, berezitasun horrek hegoak jartzen zizkien beraien oin eta bihotzei
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    • Argos says:

      Atxaga'dan mükemmel bir roman daha. Bu okuduğum üçüncü kitabı. Bask Ülkesi ve Bask'lıları yakından tanıyorsunuz. Kurgu çok iyi, anlatım çok gerçekci, detaylara dalınmış ama hiç yormuyor ve okuma ritminden koparmıyor. Dil akıcı, heyecan dozu çok iyi verilmiş. Bu yıl yaptığım en iyi işlerden biri de Bernardo Atxaga'yı keşfetmek oldu.

    • Vatroslav Herceg says:

      Ozvjezdičeno djelce pročitano je u izdanju "Demetre" (Faustovska biblioteka Dimitrija Savića) iz 2012. godine.Prvo izdanje "Samotnika" u matičnoj filologiji je izašlo daleke 1994.Jezična strana teksta nije na nekoj razini šklovskijeve aktualizacije. Stil pisanja odiše žurnalističkim utiskom, podsjeća na članke National Geographica. Valja istaći da to nije učinjeno svjesno jer je pripovjedač objektivno realističke naravi. Fragmenti pisama Rose Luxemburg su ubačeni izravno u sam t [...]

    • Jim Smith says:

      Just finished this dark and brooding and brilliant novel by a Basque writer, which explores the fate of a former ETA militant in 1982 Barcelona. Best book I have read this year, and I've just special ordered his The Accordionist's Son. For some reason it felt like Camusr so dark a novel, it seems odd to say "I loved it"; but I did.

    • Andy McDougall says:

      Atxaga builds tension excellently in this novel that deserves better than to be labelled merely a "thriller". Conflict, mistrust, the voices; just some of the things that our former-militant protagonist must contend with against the backdrop of the 1982 World Cup in a state where democracy is still young. 'The Lone Man' will appeal to those with an interest in the Basque armed struggle, although the novel is set in Catalonia and doesn't dwell too much on the nature or roots of ETA's campaign. Wh [...]

    • Carlos says:

      Sí, su desarrollo es lento, pero probablemente porque cabalga a medio pelo entre la novela de suspenso y las revisiones ideológicas a las que son tan adeptos ciertos novelistas anteriores a la modernidá interneta. Me quedo con las partes donde el personaje debe confrontar sus nebulosas convicciones con la "buena vida pequeñoburguesa" del hotel. Y está buena la reflexión de que las revoluciones socialistas fracasan porque no comprenden los caprichos de los individuos, y que finalmente lo qu [...]

    • Julián says:

      Va de ex etarras asentados en las cercanías de la Barcelona del Mundial 82. Nada de arrepentidos o reinsertados. Se lo pasan pipa regentando un restaurante (¿o era un hotel?) y preparando el pan más rico del universo mundo. Alojan a la selección polaca y por ahí anda un etarra todavía en activo y alguien va y les traiciona. Me desagradó profundamente y fue un acto de masoquismo terminarlo.

    • Bettina says:

      "El hombre solo" takes a while to get going, but turns into a very tense thriller in the second half. However, there were bits of the writing that seemed a bit trivial, and I thought there were too many themes that weren't explored in enough depth. Read my full review here: wp/p1gPfH-bn

    • Hosanna says:

      I wish Atxaga went further in explaining the circumstances and origins behind the political tension between the ETA and the democratized Spanish government, in order for readers to truly understand the significance in the actions and decisions made by Carlos and his conspirators.

    • Christine says:

      It was OK - never really jelled for me, I didn't find the characters believable, there wasn't the suspense, there were instances where I thought I would have used a different word- lost in translation, and the author looks a right smarmy git in his photo on the back.

    • Francisco says:

      Anécdota original, desarrollo muy lento y con una resolución previsible. En cuanto a la ubicación no comment.

    • Libros Imprescindibles says:

      Excelente visión, sin histerismos ni demagogia, de la soledad de quien se rinde a la violencia en busca de unos ideales.

    • David Mills says:

      Joe Lewis, thanks for the recommendation and loaning me your copy

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