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Die Vögel

☆ Die Vögel ☆ Tarjei Vesaas Frank Zuber ☆ Die Vögel ☆ Tarjei Vesaas Frank Zuber - Die Vögel, Die V gel One of Vesaas s most important novels The Birds tells the story of a woman who has dedicated her life to caring for her simple younger brother When a visiting woodcutter enters their enclosed world

  • Title: Die Vögel
  • Author: Tarjei Vesaas Frank Zuber
  • ISBN: 9783908713784
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Hardcover

☆ Die Vögel ☆ Tarjei Vesaas Frank Zuber, Die Vögel, Tarjei Vesaas Frank Zuber, Die V gel One of Vesaas s most important novels The Birds tells the story of a woman who has dedicated her life to caring for her simple younger brother When a visiting woodcutter enters their enclosed world complications abound The author reveals a deep and compassionate insight into human nature and a lyrical response to the Norwegian landscape

Die Vögel

☆ Die Vögel ☆ Tarjei Vesaas Frank Zuber ☆ Die Vögel ☆ Tarjei Vesaas Frank Zuber - Die Vögel, Die V gel One of Vesaas s most important novels The Birds tells the story of a woman who has dedicated her life to caring for her simple younger brother When a visiting woodcutter enters their enclosed world Die Vögel

  • ☆ Die Vögel ☆ Tarjei Vesaas Frank Zuber
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Die Vögel

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  1. Like a gentle ripple across calming waters, or a songbird taking flight in the early morning sunrise, Tarjei Vesaas writes a delicately structured story of two siblings living a serene existence in rural Norway Mattis is a sweet natured simpleton who burns the days away drifting off into his own world, whilst older sister Hege knits sweaters in their cottage by the lake On occasions Mattis wonders around the local farms looking for work, picking crops, or bailing hay, but he finds it difficult t [...]

  2. You are You, that was what was written For the past week, every time I stepped into my room, an inquisitive man bombarded me with string of questions I had no answers to What s the use of having so many turnips , he asked as he lay gazing at the naked sky A faint whiff of camphor emitted from his smile, as he repeated how he pompously waved to Anna and Inger from the pier with sheer happiness, the boiled sweets gently being tossed by his tongue The songs of the bird have no regulations sprouting [...]

  3. The world is a hostile place and, according to Mattis, people don t mean what they say when they speak A simpleton, a weirdo, a child imprisoned in the body of an adult man, Mattis muses over the factors that separate him from the rest of the small community of the nameless village lost somewhere in a rural area in Norway where he and his sister Hege subsist in a cottage by the lake.Condemned to be permanently out of work due to his slow witted faculties and lack of social skills, Mattis is bitt [...]

  4. the flight of Woodcock with its wings spread widegives me hope and few tears in the eye A Rebellious HaikuA harmonious union between a sublime array of words, a fateful conviction and the search for an imperceptible notion by a singular soul, brings forth a work of inspiring and substantial beauty The Birds The convergence of these elements is not incidental but requires a delicate balance of innate talent and pertinent learning, where the emergence of extraordinary within the lines of ordinary [...]

  5. Hush now, dont explainYou re my joy and pain I ve never been less inclined to dissect and explain what a book is all about than now It feels like riding roughshod over something soft, and pure and true, something beyond words and meaning To understand this book I need to learn the language of birds, of thunder, and of light over water Tarjei Vesaas is the one who knows all these secret signs, and he offers them to us like a child holding out a treasure a nest, a polished stone, a wildflower that [...]

  6. Mattis is a man with the mind of a child His elder sister Hege takes care of him, knits sweaters constantly in order to support the two of them.I can t say I liked this book, but it was interesting to see inside the mind of this man child Often selfish in his needs, like children usually are, he finds solace and understanding in nature Questions why he isn t like everyone else and is often awkward in his phrasing, not knowing what to say in different circumstances and is always na vely innocent [...]

  7. She looked at him as at a grown p now, and then she said something You re lucky, seeing things the way you do I don t, I can tell you She had stopped now, wasn t simply rushing off to her eight petalled roses Today once again she had heard a tone in his voice that made her pause How do you see things, then he asked, forgetting himself Spoilt the moment completely She gave a start, even though she was really to blame.The people who live near brother Mattis and his older sister Hege named a pair o [...]

  8. Mattis , a man with the mind of a child or maybe a boy trapped in the body of an adult male Sensitive , still delighted with the surrounding world , childishly amazed and ready for a great change Overflowed with unnamed desires , tangled thoughts , unspeakable words.Why are things the way they are Hege , his sister and a carer With every day and tired and embittered Her days go on knitting sweaters and difficult care for Mattis Her hair starting to turn gray and she yet had not time to experie [...]

  9. We re coming, we re coming, somebody said You re ready, aren t you Vesaas s poetic words, as they flit and float within the currents of Mattis s uncomplicated mind, as he struggles to articulate them meaningfully, have proven that beauty of nature, nature s beings and the nature of one s being might simply be understood, less from the spoken word, if one would stop to quietly listen Mattis, who exists naturally, with the emptiness many take several life cycles to achieve, is Vesaas s example of [...]

  10. The other day I was talking to a man who, impolitely, one might call slow, and I felt myself getting annoyed and losing patience He was easily confused often repeated himself and stuttered terribly I ve had three strokes, he said, and I nodded, thinking this was merely an example of the strange compulsion people have to inform others of their problems or ailments But then, a moment or two later, I realised that he was offering me this information as an excuse, as an explanation He had obviously [...]

  11. In moments of not quite sober reflection, I see myself a truffling pig, rooting through the pages of these books, looking for answers, not necessarily answers to Life s mysteries, but to the Why of the book itself My snout bumps against some allegorical knob and I pause and raise a porcine eyebrow Aha, I snort I smile a satisfied pork smile, happy in my muck of certainty, or maybe just a pig s obstinacy.But with an old pig s sense, I do not interrupt an ongoing phone call to say, Let me tell you [...]

  12. hafif gerilimli lirik masals bir anlat m var iir gibiHege ve Mattis adl iki karde in ya am n anlat rken ya olarak b y k ancak zeka olarak bir ocu un akl na sahip Mattis i ok g zel anlatm Ona k yde deli deseler de bazen onun gibi d nmenin ne kadar naif oldu unu d nmeden edemiyor insan.

  13. Bekledi imden ok daha fazlas n buldu um bir kitap oldu benim i in ku lar ve geriye d n p bakt mda hep hat rlayaca m bir karakter hediye etti bana D nyaya ocuk g zleriyle bakan Mattis in hikayesinin anlat lacak olmas ekti beni ilk nce b l me ayr lan kitapta birinci b l m okurken tam da beklediklerimle kar la t m Ancak ikinci ve nc b l m n sonunda hikaye yle bir evrildi ki ben de bir yandan di er yana savruldum durdum Duygular n evrenselli iyle bir kez daha y z y ze geldim ok dar bir alanda iyilik [...]

  14. Vesos je Ptice postavio vrlo jednostavno na samo tri ta ke koje su dovoljno stabilna podloga za te ka pitanja koja e podi i Tu e stabilnost, uz uobi ajenu severnja ku svedenost i mnogobrojne dijaloge iskorisi da anestezira itaoca, kako bi lak e progutao gorke teme kojima se bavi, a nad kojima bi se svaki pristojan Francuz po teno izridao u ipkasti brushalter neke kurtizane, a svaki bradati Rus napio pa usput i ne to zapalio.Bez obzira to je norve ka priroda krasna i to ptice cvrku u, a Mesec se [...]

  15. This is really a beautiful book better than The Ice Palace, I think, or at least a better place to start, because warmer, accessible, less alienating Vesaas is in his element here his understanding of the boy man Mattis, his suggestion of all that Mattis doesn t understand, his love for his characters, for the setting and for the simple act of writing all of this is deeply, deeply affecting I know next to nothing about Tarjei Vesaas but the impression he gives here is of something like a modest [...]

  16. A simple elegant study of a simple elegant character, a man who has difficulty understanding the human world around him and is supported by his sister, but who is extremely attuned tom the signals and portents of the natural world, the stirring of trees, the flights of birds Vesaas concise, spacious style is perfectly suited and the protagonist surprisingly engaging No where near as beautiful and strange as Vesaas next work The Ice Palace, though.

  17. bir ba yap t yal n bir dil, ba tan sona merak ve gerilimin eksilmedi i bir hikaye ve kolay kolay unutulmayacak bir kahramanhayata ocuk g zleriyle bakan, kendinden ba ka herkesi bilge, g l ve g zel g ren mattis in d ncelerini, hayallerini ve korkular n aktarmakla kalm yor norve li yazar, hissettiriyor deliyse mattis, delili irve ormanlar nda ablas yla birlikte ya ayan mattis le hayat n hi bir yerde, hi bir ekilde basit ve kolay olmad n , hi kimsenin tamam yla iyi, hakl ya da su lu olmad n g steri [...]

  18. O ekivao sam vi e Previ e mlako i jednostavno i prosto obi no Stil je fin, minimalan i ostavlja dosta prostora itaocu da dopuni i sam sagradi centralni norve ki pejza , da se i sam saplete o prirodu poput Matisa, ali ipak imam utisak kao da sam odgledao bar deset sli nih knjiga filmova, ne toliko po pri i koja prati pomenutog i ne naro ito bistrog Matisa, ali na alost ni ne naro ito dragog mogla je ova knjiga da bude i bolja da mi je vi e tj uop te stalo do gl lika koliko po bazi noj strukturi, [...]

  19. This is a beautiful, sad and simple story about a woman around 40 and her younger, dim witted brother Mattis, for whom she is sole caretaker For the first 60 70 pages I wondered if I would make it through a book that required me to inhabit the inner workings of a mentally handicapped man it seemed so tedious, even ridiculous But slowly I warmed up, and Mattis became, if not lovable, at least very deserving of sympathy, so vulnerably human in his muddled thoughts and obsessions, neediness and ins [...]

  20. Tour de force.Is symbolism perceived by a half wit perspicacious than by a normal eye made indifferent to hidden meanings by the grind of life Maybe It is different at the very least, and any art will do well to bring this difference to light Birds does just that Our third person narrator is entwined with Mattis , the Simple Simon s, consciousness His world is both wondrous and constricted, like a combination of a Kawabata character with one from Kafka He is often fooled, even ultimately fooled [...]

  21. Spram Ledenog dvorca, Ptice su na mene ostavile daleko slabiji utisak i ba se jasno vidi kako je eksperiment stilski, tematski zapo et u Pticama u LD u na ao savr enu formu ini mi se da je LD kompleksniji, dublji, i Vesos je na ao idealnu meru onoga to treba re i i pre utati Ptice me malo podse aju na Nastasijevi a i Kod Ve ite slavine, premda kod Vesosa nije toliko o ita mitolo ka podloga iako je ima, posebno u opisima prirode.U svakom slu aju, mislim da oba dela vredi itati, ali ako vam se Pti [...]

  22. Nakon dugo vremena, u ivao sam u predgovoru koje je izdava priredio prvom izdanju i prevodu, to je u dana njem turbo vremenu na alost zaboravljena kategorija U knjizi sam pak, i pored svog kultnog statusa koje zaslu eno nosi, u ivao ne to manje Pionir najboljeg norve kog stila, onog u kom amaraju jasne i kratke re enice, bukvalni i ni im obojeni dijalozi, u kom priroda uzima tako va no mesto, u kom nema velike drame, u kom je junak naizgled umereno zaostali momak koji ivi u umi sa sestrom i ne r [...]

  23. Non devi ridere Che ne sai di quello che so io Dell uccello che passava qui sopra, cos bello che tu neanche te lo sai immaginare E passava proprio qui sopra Ed era per Hege che passava Sar onesto non mi aspettavo un libro cos bello il primo romanzo scritto da un norvegese che mi piace veramente tanto, forse da finire addirittura tra i miei preferiti Vesaas ci racconta una storia in cui sostanzialmente non accade nulla, dal punto di vista di un idiota Ma non c un momento, nelle 259 pagine, in cui [...]

  24. Enjoy the silence.Svedena, minimalisti ka isprepletenost ti ine i krivice koja kao vir raste i ja a skrivena pod mirnom povr i reke Svakim danom sna nija i smrtonosnija.Po re ima jednog kriti ara Opsesivna tragedija u bergmanovskom pejza u , nije moglo biti preciznije.

  25. A very interesting story, and one with immense repercussions due to the inadequacies of language in the shortcomings of some who might matter in a world made or imagined in ways quite different than generally has been determined to be our own But I would not call this work a masterpiece as some have suggested But very well worth the time it took for me to read it slowly.

  26. Tis a gift to be simple but sometimes, that gift can also be a burden In this haunting book, Mattis a slow witted man in his late 30s lives in a small village with his lonely older sister, Hege, who feeds and takes care of him Their isolation is captured by two withered aspen trees that stand side by side, in among the green growing spruces, and referred to as Mattie and Hege by the villagers.Mattis connects to the natural order around him When a woodcock starts flying over his house, he views i [...]

  27. Da jeg var ferdig med denne ville jeg helst gr te men s m tte jeg spise and til middag istedenfor Hehe ironisk eller hva Bra bok

  28. Cos , in s , la wilderness Cosa ha spinto il discorso romantico, legato alla tracotanza e alla sublimazione dell osservazione della Natura, a permeare nei decenni, per giungere ad un espressione ed una forma totalmente nuove, quali sono quelle adottate da Vesaas per questo capolavoro d epoca post bellica Non mi soffermer molto nell elencare l eccellenza dello stile e della trama, le crudezze lessicali e sintattiche, molto moderniste a mio parere, pur tuttavia riconoscendone il valore Ci che cred [...]

  29. The first time I read this book, I d never heard of or read about Vesaas before, and I ve seen him mentioned nowhere else since I think this is quite a shame, because The Birds is a masterful, haunting novel that I wouldn t hesitate to recommend.The novel is about a pair of siblings Mattis, the younger brother, suffers from learning disabilities and finds it very difficult to interact with people, thus his sister, Hege, must look after him and provide everything he needs.The book is subtle and g [...]

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