Wozu wollen Sie das wissen?: Elf Geschichten aus meiner Familie

Wozu wollen Sie das wissen Elf Geschichten aus meiner Familie Das pers nlichste Buch von Alice MunroAlice Munro berrascht mit ihrer neuen Erz hlungssammlung Mit ihren Geschichten begibt sie sich in ihre eigene Familiengeschichte bis zur ck zu William Laidlaw im

  • Title: Wozu wollen Sie das wissen?: Elf Geschichten aus meiner Familie
  • Author: Alice Munro Heidi Zerning
  • ISBN: 9783596169696
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • Das pers nlichste Buch von Alice MunroAlice Munro berrascht mit ihrer neuen Erz hlungssammlung Mit ihren Geschichten begibt sie sich in ihre eigene Familiengeschichte, bis zur ck zu William Laidlaw im Schottland des fr hen 17 Jahrhundert, als es noch Feen und Geister gab Von dort aus nach Kanada, mit Andrew und den anderen, die meistens Sch fer, sp ter Farmer waren, unDas pers nlichste Buch von Alice MunroAlice Munro berrascht mit ihrer neuen Erz hlungssammlung Mit ihren Geschichten begibt sie sich in ihre eigene Familiengeschichte, bis zur ck zu William Laidlaw im Schottland des fr hen 17 Jahrhundert, als es noch Feen und Geister gab Von dort aus nach Kanada, mit Andrew und den anderen, die meistens Sch fer, sp ter Farmer waren, und den zahlreichen Tanten, Annie, Jenny, Mary lauter einfachen, aber eigenwilligen Menschen, K uzen mit seltsamen Lebensgeschichten und sehr viele von ihnen mit einer auff lligen Liebe zum schriftlichen Wort Ob sie nun Wetternotizen machen, Erinnerungen aufschreiben oder sich richtige Geschichten ausdenken die Tradition des Schreibens ist tief in Munros Familientradition verwurzelt Das pers nlichste Buch von Alice Munro.
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    • Saleh MoonWalker says:

      Onvan : The View from Castle Rock - Nevisande : Alice Munro - ISBN : 1400042828 - ISBN13 : 9781400042821 - Dar 349 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 2006

    • Gerund says:

      In the dozen-odd collections of short stories she has published, Canadian writer Alice Munro has often mantained an element of autobiography. Her characters rarely stray beyond the borders of the rural Huron County, Canada, where the writer grew up and where she maintains a country home. There, they strut and fret in domestic settings, until one of them, usually a teenaged girl, packs her bags in a fit of self-determination and leaves to discover the rest of the world.In what is reportedly her l [...]

    • Sepideh Zandifar says:

      آلیس مونرو –نویسنده ی کانادایی- از بهترین نویسندگان داستانهای کوتاه است.داستانهای او بر شرایط و روابط روزمره ی زندگی انسانی متمرکز است.او علاوه بر پرداختن به مفاهیم کلی,به جزئیات رفتارهای متقابل بین شخصیتهای داستان را نیز بصورت قابل تعمق و هنرمندانه می پردازد.طرح داستان برا [...]

    • Frank says:

      I think this is my new favorite Alice Munro collection. Usually in her collections--in all collections of stories--there's a clunker or two, stories that seem to be there merely to fill out the book. Not so in this one. It's solid all the way through.This book reminds me a bit of Munro's book The Beggar Maid, which is pretty close to a novel in that it follows a single character's life through a series of stories, from childhood to middle age. This one extends the reach of the narratives on eith [...]

    • Caroline says:

      This was my first Alice Munro book, and I approached through a fog of reviews that were running out of accolades "the best fiction writer now working in North America" "a sculptor of the human condition: nothing more and nothing less than an artist." "One of the great storytellers of our time, descended from a line going back to Chekhov and Katherine Mansfield"Oh dear. Obviously due to my own ineptitude, I was unable to grasp much of this at all. For the most part I found this book boring, borin [...]

    • Anna H says:

      Dull. And disappointingly so. If you went to college or have read any book reviews in the last 20 years, then you KNOW Alice Munro's work is one of the canons of modern literature (because all your big-brained English teachers say so)ese stories jut fall flat, never ripening into the colorful, fully fledged narratives that one might expect from someone who's won every lit prize known to man. The stories in "Castle Rock" are based on Munro's own ancestors in Scotland and their journey to America, [...]

    • Seemita says:

      There is a picture on the wall,Dipped in a colorful pall,Drop of smoke drips aboutAnd the canvas speaks aloud.Bunch of heads, small and big,Bodies, bountiful and frail;Walk into the others' worldLighting up a shiny trail.Days lived in the sunny cavern,Nights held in the dreams, forlorn,Flossed emotions in the heart,Family that grows never apart;Strangers sparkle at the eyes’ edge,Enlivening the mighty illusions,Which is the bliss of nostalgiaAnd the unformed reunions.All words that explain the [...]

    • Mohammad Ali says:

      نظرات تخصصی رو دوستان صاحب نظر دادن قبلا. فقط نکته جالب اینجا بود که در کتابی که من دارم در قسمت هیدر کتاب، کلمه ی "دورنمای کاسل راک" به اشتباه "درونمای کاسل راک" نوشته شده. نمیدونم در چاپ های بعد تصحیح شده یا نه.

    • Ginny_1807 says:

      Fulgente armoniaCon “La vista da Castle Rock” Alice Munro ci consegna un’opera alquanto singolare: una serie di racconti legati tra loro da un fil rouge che li rende quasi un romanzo e, dal punto di vista tematico, una storia familiare che si evolve in memoir.La prima parte del libro ricostruisce, attraverso documenti storici e testimonianze private, le vicende del ramo paterno della famiglia dell’autrice (i Laidlaw) a partire dal 18° secolo, con il racconto del viaggio per mare dalla m [...]

    • Sera says:

      Öykülerinde sevdiğim yaklaşımı kendi geçmişine ve ailesine yaptığı bu yolculuğunda bulamadım. Kurguyla iç içe ailesine ilişkin yaptığı araştırmalardan yola çıkarak yazdığı bazı öyküleri yazmasa da olurmuş (Veya okumasam da olurdu). İlk bölümde atalarının İskoçya'dan Kanada'ya yaptığı yolculuk ve orada hayat kurma çabaları anlatılırken, ikinci bölümde kendine odaklanıyor. Daha doğrusu kendi gençliğinden kimi enstantanelere yer verirken kendini anl [...]

    • S©aP says:

      Tecnicamente non lo si può definire un pastiche, ma ne richiama il tono. Una raccolta di scritti in cui si mischiano appunti documentali, ricerche, diario e invenzione narrativa. Racconto. Il passo levigato della Munro carpisce la lettura. Avvolge. Accompagna nella Storia. Lo fa senza creare sussulti, né ansia cronologica, restituendo il piacere dell'ascolto sereno; dell'evasione. Si salta indietro; s'incontrano personaggi; si torna a un presente prossimo, o appena trascorso. Chiuso il libro, [...]

    • Stela says:

      Marin Preda, a great Romanian author, declared once in an interview, speaking of his most famous character: “Ilie Moromete, who really existed, was my father.” I’ve always used this quote as an example for my students of how writers like to maintain a deliberate confusion between fiction and reality. In her Foreword of The View from Castle Rock, Alice Munro is even more ambiguous. After informing the reader that there is an historical truth behind her stories, she emphasizes the word stori [...]

    • KL Dilley says:

      I haven't read Alice Munro in years, so am really happy to have stumbled across this book at the library. I've just started it but it has a really different structure then her usual writing. She is incredible at turning what seems to be an ordinary scenario onto its head. She is dark, and sincere and wonderfully observant. It has a feeling of being consistently pulled deeper in, she lets you glide along and then pulls, then repeats.OK I finished this book now, the library wanted it back. I have [...]

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    • Karo says:

      Alice Munro has single-handedly cured me of my irrational fear of the short story. Her writing is wonderful, her characters relatable and her plots are so poignant that they really only make sense as short fiction. I adore her writing. The View From Castle Rock is different in that it's a family memoir rather than a collection of short stories. It's also a lot more personal, with Munro not only laying bare her roots but using her own childhood for a book. That doesn't mean her writing hasn't alw [...]

    • Oleg Kagan says:

      I may be wrong, but I suspect that it's a fact that local and family history is only interesting to those related to the family or the place, or the off-chance researcher digging for facts. This was the problem for the first and last few stories in this collection. The multiple narrators describing what is ostensibly a fictionalized account of the Munro's ancestors' migration from Scotland to North America was often unfocused and confusing. The geographical and geologic descriptions of places an [...]

    • Marco Dijkstra says:

      I'm actually glad this has been I mandatory read. Although I would have never picked a book like this on my own, I'm happy I have added this to my collection now. Because the book is a collection of short stories I could read a story at a time, which made this a real page turner. One story equalled one bus ride to school, so the easiness of combining reading with travelling, made for a quick first read-through.Part 1 was a bit of a struggle for me, but I can appreciate the way Alice has written. [...]

    • Philip Zyg says:

      A fascinating experiment, comparing your personal life with that of your ancestors who first set foot on the American soil: this is what Ms Munro does in this book and the result is excellent. She doesn't risk unnecessary parallelisms between the XVIIIth century and the XXth, she just puts the two "histories" side by side to see what comes out. The reader is free to draw any conclusions (if any are to be drawn) or simply enjoy the narrations. No, says Munro, the past doesn't always explain the p [...]

    • Biron Paşa says:

      Roza Hakmen çevirisi Alice Munro hikâyeleri; görünce insanın ağzı sulanıyor. Bittiğinde de en başta uyandırdığı heyecanın hakkını veriyor. En baştan not düşeyim: Bence bu kitap Alice Munro'ya başlama kitabı değil. Evet, Alice Munro'nun kendi kökenini, hayatını anlattığı bir kitap, ama kitaba ilgi duyabilmek için Alice Munro'ya ilgi duyabilmek gerekiyor. Kitaba gelirsek, Alice Munro benim en beğendiğim 5-6 yazardan biri diyebilirim. Ölmeden önce yazdığı her ş [...]

    • Mag says:

      Munro says with emphasis, ‘These are stories.’ But, this collection is the closest one could imagine short stories come to a memoir. Sure, Munro can’t help herself and adds some unusual events to spice her narration up and to make the mundane and anticlimactic more dramatic. She does it in the same way she made her boring summer job as a maid much more dramatic than it really was in her letter to a friend in her short story, ‘Hired Girl’, and she calls everything short stories. The sto [...]

    • Aurora Lector (reading in twilight) says:

      Billed as a collection of stories, spanning the centuries, connecting storytellers to writers, The View from Castle Rock is, as one reviewer stated, "a delightful fraud." It's a memoir, fleshed out with fiction but based heavily on Alice Munro's family stories, starting with Will O'Phaup, star of rumor and myth and proceeding with his descendents as a character study of all the family members who came across the ocean. Those Laidlaws and O'Phaups who wrote and were written about. The Ettick Vall [...]

    • Shawn Mooney says:

      This family-history-memoir-in-short-stories didn't hit me right at all. Very very dry, and churchy, with none of the psychological hijinks I love in a vintage Munro story. Plus I didn't like the audio narrator's schoolmarmish voice. Perhaps I will give it another go in text form down the road. But to be honest I'll probably read absolutely everything else by her first.

    • Stine Holt says:

      The View from Castle Rock snød mig godt og grundigt, men på den gode måde. Her troede jeg, at jeg havde fået fingrene i en novellesamling, som var knivskarp, provokerende på flere planer og et pragteksemplar på litterær nytænkning - hvor jeg efter de første 40 sider måbende måtte indse, at disse livskapitler var så langt fra at være plotbaserede, som man overhovedet kan komme. Jeg bed skuffelsen i mig og læste videre; eftersom værket er en Man Booker Prize vinder, måtte der jo v [...]

    • Judi says:

      It may just be the point I am in life, but I have been enjoying memiors of late. Reflections on family history. This is a collection of memories, family history cobbled together in short story format. It must have been facinating to research and reflect. Alice Munro is a bit older than I, but I can relate to her family as we both have rustic Depression era roots. Hers in Canada, mine in Wisconsin. Both of us shared family immigration from greater Europe at the same time. Mine from Germany, hers [...]

    • Lori says:

      This one doesn't speak to me as much as Alice Munro's other collections do, and I had so hoped it would, given that this one is so much more personal for her. Having said that, it still has its share of those moments that make you look up from the book, lost in reflection, and have to re-read a few lines to find your place after a minute or so of pondering. (This is a good thing.) I was reminded a lot of The Beggar Maid, since the stories are all linked in some way. What always impresses me most [...]

    • Kevin Fanning says:

      I have tried in the past to get into Munro's short stories and have never been able to do it. So, either I'm older and wiser, or this hit me at just the right time, or it's different from her other work, but either way, I'm going to dig back in and read a lot more of her stories.This book totally sails, no slow or clunky parts. It's creative non-fiction, part family history, part memoir, part fictional narrative. It's delicate and just achingly gorgeous in parts. There is a lot of history for he [...]

    • arcobaleno says:

      Mi piace la Munro quando scrive con spontaneità, comunicando sensazioni immediate ed emozioni fresche e condivisibili. È proprio la sua semplicità di immagini che sorprende e quindi ‘prende’, più che la sua scrittura in sé. E l’ho molto apprezzata, per tali motivi, nei racconti di Nemico, amico, amante e In fuga. Ma nell’ampio respiro di questa saga personale, pur encomiabile nell'intento, la storia ha perso a volte incisività, qualche collegamento ha scricchiolato e la continuità [...]

    • Teresa says:

      Interesting, semi-fictional account of Munro's ancestors and of Munro herself (or her narrator-persona). Many of the stories (chapters?) are as good as anything I've read by her.

    • Connie says:

      This is a wonderful, beautifully written collection of stories. Ms. Munro has a real gift for writing stories that touch the reader. She's able to do this because her stories are all about real life and real experiences of everyday people.

    • Abhishek says:

      Alice Munro is a Nobel Laureate. Alice Munro needs no introduction. The View from Castle Rock is the first Alice Munro book that I have read, and while turning the pages, either at my lunch table or in bed before I switched off the lights, I felt as if Munro was narrating the tale directly to me. As if she wanted to share her story, and she had found a willing listener in me. I could sense her presence, however weird that may sound, and I am sure that these two reasons can explain this: a) The q [...]

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