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  • Title: ناپیدا
  • Author: Paul Auster خجسته کیهان
  • ISBN: 9789643696146
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Paul Auster خجسته کیهان

      Paul Auster is the bestselling author of Report from the Interior, Winter Journal, Sunset Park, Invisible, The Book of Illusions, and The New York Trilogy, among many other works He has been awarded the Prince of Asturias Prize for Literature, the Prix M dicis tranger, the Independent Spirit Award, and the Premio Napoli He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a Commandeur de l Ordre des Arts et des Lettres He lives in Brooklyn, New Yorkul auster

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    1. If you like to read a book with a nice story that makes sense and has a moral/point/definitive ending then you will not want to be friends with Paul Auster. Put the book down, that's itntly, now off you go and find something else to read.If on the other hand you can't be dissuaded and carry on reading this the first thing to know is that you should probably disregard the blurb on the back - it only applies to the first 72 pages of the book. Maybe the person who wrote the blurb only got that far? [...]


    2. Η έκπληξη της χρονιάς. Η απόδειξη (για μένα) ότι δεν πρέπει ποτέ να αποκλείουμε τίποτα και να έχουμε ανοιχτό το μυαλό μας.Είχα διαβάσει πριν χρόνια την τριλογία της Νέας Υόρκης και το θεώρησα χαμένο χρόνο. Ήταν σκέτη απογοήτευση, παρά τις διθυραμβικές κριτικές που διάβασα. Ω [...]



    3. This is what fiction should be, in my opinion. Absolutely dazzling, believable yet at times shocking, intellectual without being predictable or dry, compulsively readable but never inane, and above all, completely effortless.Invisible addresses three seasons in the life of a young man, Adam Walker. In 1967, Adam - a university student and wannabe poet - meets a French professor, Rudolf Born, at a party. What follows is a strange series of events culminating in two main outcomes: the first is Ada [...]


    4. Ένα εξαιρετικά γραμμένο βιβλίο, με τους ήρωες άψογα ψυχογραφημένους. Η γραφή του ήταν μαεστρικά δομημένη, με τους αφηγητές να αλλάζουν διαρκώς και να χρησιμοποιούνται διάφορα μέσα και τρόποι αφήγησης: πρώτο πρόσωπο, τρίτο πρόσωπο, ξανά πρώτο και τέλος πάλι τρίτο. Οι αφηγητ [...]


    5. My favorite Paul Auster novel so far. But if you've read "Oracle Night", "New York Trilogy", "Book of Illusions", then you've totally read "Invisible." The brand is unique*, but the plotless-ness can become quite disconcerting. I THOROUGHLY dug this one, reading it all in a day.* "Timbuktu" is the only one of his that's not "meta." Just really really sad.


    6. This is by far the worst book I've read in 2010. I couldnt even finish it; the thought of having to read another 100 pages of drivel led me to thumb through the last pages, only to realize I wasn't missing anything.How an author that wrote great novels such as The Book of Illusions or Man in The Dark can produce a book that contains no believable characters, no real story and only superficial and empty phrases is a mystery to me. The main character is a spineless loser, whose greatest accomplish [...]


    7. Paul Auster (n. 1947) - Ilustração de André Carrilho5 Estrelas InvisíveisO escritor norte-americano Paul Auster (n. 1947) publica ”Invisível em 2009, o seu décimo quinto romance, o meu nono reencontro com um dos escritores mais originais e emblemáticos da literatura contemporânea. ”Invisível” está subdividido em quatro capítulos e três narradores, numa história fragmentada, na primeira, segunda e terceira pessoa. (view spoiler)[No Capítulo I, estamos em 1967, o narrador é Ad [...]


    8. I think a lot of people have given up on Auster, after his series of novels in the 21st Century. But "Invisible," his new one is a winner. He's a guy who keeps on working, no matter what, so you have to appreciate his work habits - but to me as a reader and once fan, well his novels became a boring horror show.And just as I was about to heap him to junk history, his new novel arrives and it's an incredible narrative ride. I think Auster's technique or secret is that he is very much a page-turner [...]


    9. To say I liked this book, or even enjoyed it, would be saying too much. But I thought it was good, which is why I'm giving it four stars. It was good, even though I found nothing and no one within the pages likable or sympathetic. Actually, a lot of it was disturbing. Thinking a book is good while at the same time disliking it is not an experience I've had often, if ever. I have no desire ever to revisit this book.


    10. Paul Auster si dimostra ancora una volta uno scrittore geniale . I personaggi sono tutti descritti in modo attento ad ogni sfumatura . L’ io narrante cambia in base ai capitoli e tu ti senti immerso nella storia , travolta dalla personalità dei personaggi magnetico . Trama elegante , enigmatica strutturata con uno stile fluido . Chi è veramente Adam ? Cose è successo realmente nel 1967 tra lui Rudolf , Gwyn, Margot, Cecile ? Un viaggio tra la vita di questi personaggi della durata di 40 ann [...]


    11. 1967 was a pivotal year for Adam Walker, for it was then, when he was a twenty-year-old student in New York, that he met the enigmatic Rudolph Bern and his then partner Margot at a party. Following the party he is witness to a murder and the consequences of that ripple throughout the novel. Combined with incest and intrigue these events keep you gripped to the very end. Nothing is quite as it seems and, even now, I am not entirely sure of the exact truth. With regard to style, there are, effecti [...]


    12. This book caught my interest from page 1. It tells the tale of Adam, who stumbles into a friendship with some very odd people, Margot, and her lover, Born. The tale told is one that is captivating and intriguing. There is some definite ambiguity, and the reader is left wondering how much of Adam's tale is fiction or reality. I would highly recommend this book. The only problem that could annoy a reader is the change from first to second to third person narrative, but I quickly adapted to this


    13. "Chi conosce i desideri segreti di una persona?"E' il 1967 quando il ventenne Adam Walker conosce per caso Rudolf Born: "una bella faccia larga senza tratti caratteristici (una faccia, per così dire, generica, una faccia che in mezzo a qualsiasi folla sarebbe diventata invisibile)". Il racconto, in prima persona, è permeato dallo sforzo di ricordare eventi che risalgono a quarant'anni prima dove l'incontro con Rudolf Born e la fidanzata Margot è il perno su cui ruota il destino del giovane st [...]


    14. Οι προθέσεις και τα κίνητρα που κρύβονται πίσω από τις πράξεις των ανθρώπων δεν είναι ποτέ 100% ξεκάθαρα σε αυτούς που δέχονται τα αποτελέσματα, αλλά πολλές φορές αυτό ισχύει και για τα ίδια τα υποκείμενα που εκτελούν τις πράξεις αυτές. Το ανεξιχνίαστο των προθέσεων των ηρώω [...]


    15. Chiaro, è scritto da uno di mestiere. Anche troppo, con i suoi visibili artifizi. Non è lontanamente il libro più bello di Auster, ma la scena finale - che dà ragione del titolo - è stupenda. Forse per approdare a quel momento sospeso, vale la pena attraversare qualche momento di delusione. Noi chiediamo sempre tanto ai nostri grandi scrittori: di essere all'altezza del primo, secondo, penultimo libro, di rimanere freschi, di invecchiare bene. Auster, questa volta, non ci è riuscito; riman [...]


    16. Invisibile è un libro molto particolare, letterariamente complesso, che mi ha catturato subito. Auster ha una tecnica narrativa perfetta ed è bravissimo a mantenere piani narrativi in continuo cambiamento. "Scrivendo su di me in terza persona, mi sono soffocato e reso invisibile me stesso, rendendo impossibile trovare la cosa che stavo cercando".Il romanzo è costituito da varie parti che svelano a poco a poco la trama costringendoci ad analizzarla vedendola da angolazioni diverse. Il protagon [...]


    17. Ancora sotto l'effetto della lettura molto avvicente, costruito in una maniera perfetta. Il romanzo prende il lettore e lo trascina in un vortice di cambi di scena, di cambi di punti di vista, di cambi di stile narrativo, e il lettore, almeno a me è capitato così, immedesimato e coinvolto "beve", segue, a volte perplesso, a volte smarrito, le vicende in cui viene calato da Auster.Il romanzo è difficile da riassumere, e non lo voglio neppure riassumere, troppo è il gusto della lettura, e per [...]


    18. Invisible was the first book I read from Paul Auster and since then I think that the famous American author is one of the best writers of our time. Invisible is an intelligent and extremely well-written novel, Auster is a magician of words and twists. However, I have to say that although I liked the novel, I thought that the ending would be much more powerful. Spanish version: Invisible fue el primer libro que leí de paul Auster y desde entonces creo que el autor americano es uno de los mejores [...]


    19. ناپیدا اولین کتاب من از پل آستر بود که خوندم و به همین دلیل انتظار خاصی از نویسنده نداشتم ولی بعد خوندن ناپیدا ازش راضی بودم. و صدالبته ناپیدا آخرین کتاب من از آستر هم نخواهد بود هرگز. سبک و استایل آستر رو دوست داشتم. چرا که پیچیده است.ناپیدا پر از شخصیت های پیچیده ای است که به سخ [...]



    20. My feelings are conflicted with this book. I didn't hate it. I got through the book in 4 days, not rushing, and found Auster's style of writing still as compelling and easy to read as ever. On the other hand the story, while readable and familiar, just wasn't as compelling as I think Auster must have thought it was and neither was the bad guy nearly as menacing or complex. Paul Auster is a literary writer and is a highly respected, bestselling writer of post modern stories. Yet despite this he c [...]


    21. Spring:New York: Walker meets Born at a party and the professor, just a few days later and for no good reason, offers to give money to the young student to make a literary magazine. Their professional partnership soon dies when Born stabs to death a boy who's trying to rob him and Walker.The story is weak since the very beginning and lacks of imagination to explain most of the events. Walker is depicted as a reasonable character but Born, an opinionated on everything French professor who seems t [...]


    22. The first part of this book seemed uninspired, and I got the impression that this might be the first of Auster's books I didn't enjoy. But by Part 2 it had my attention and parts 3 and 4 were as good as the author's other books. An odd aside: Auster's titles are usually very obvious in their meaning to the story. However, I still don't know why this one was titled "Invisible."


    23. Adam Walker e la sua storia. Quello che è, quello che è stato. Soprattutto quello che è stato, tra fantasie, passioni, segreti e cose mai dette. Parigi e New York (come spesso accade nei romanzi di Auster) a cornice di una storia, non banale. Non è possibile aspettarci qualcosa di banale dal buon Paul. Da leggere, assaporare, vivere.


    24. One rainy spring night back in 1987, I wandered into Guild Bookstore (Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, extinct) and was beguiled by a sexy set of hardbacks – The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster – an author I'd never heard of. Guild was known more for its selection of esoteric lectures by Noam Chomksy than for modernist fiction; this set, published by Sun & Moon Press, looked like something I'd expect to find at the Art Institute. The books had a cool stylish look (including the author photo); th [...]


    25. "Si comme moi vous lisez pour éprouver le plaisir de tomber amoureux d'un roman, alors lisez Invisible. C'est le meilleur roman que Paul Auster ait jamais écrit.". Ces propos ne sont pas de moi mais de Clancy Martin un journaliste du New York Times. C'est après les avoir lu, au dos du numéro du magasine Lire du mois d'avril, que j'ai décidé de courir acheter ce nouvel opus de Paul Auster. Même si ça me gène profondément d'être à ce point manipulable par la publicité, je ne vais pas [...]


    26. Visibile mestiereIntrigante romanzo interamente giocato sull’ambiguità, il dubbio e il mistero. Finendo di leggerlo, non senza una vaga sensazione di sgomento, per prima cosa si è indotti ad interrogarsi sul significato del titolo : che cosa (o chi) è invisibile? Certamente la verità. Gli eventi, infatti, vengono presentati in una continua oscillazione di punti di vista e di interpretazione, sia per le tecniche narrative adottate (« io » narrante, seconda e terza persona, lettera, trascr [...]


    27. Κυλάει καὶ πάει κι ἔρχεται κι ἔχει κόλπα ὡραῖα. Λαμπρὴ ἡ μετάφραση τοῦ Σπύρου Γιανναρᾶ. Τὸ διάβασα. Ὁ Paul Auster γράφει μὲ ἄνεση μεταβαίνοντας ἀπὸ τὸ πρῶτο στὸ δεύτερο καὶ ἐν συνεχεία στὸ τρίτο ἑνικό. Ἀτμόσφαιρα ποὺ μοῦ θύμισε τὸν Κρυμμένο τοῦ Χάνεκε. Παρίσι. Μυστή [...]


    28. Yükseklik Korkusu'ndan sonra bir Paul Auster kitabı daha okumak istedim yazarı daha iyi tanıyabilmek, anlayabilmek için. Biraz da "Yazarın en iyi kitabı," yüceltmelerine kanarak bu kitabı seçtim okumak için, ama Auster nasıl bir yazar daha net konuşabilmek için hâlâ okumam gerektiğini düşünüyorum. Sanırım bunun sebebi yazarın hep aslında daha fazlasını yapabileceğini düşündürmesi bana. Daha fazlasını yapabilirmiş de bu seferlik öyle olmuş, diye düşünüyoru [...]


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