Călătorie într-un picior

C l torie ntr un picior Irene protagonista de de ani a acestui roman l cunoa te la mare pe Franz un t n r turist german pe care l g se te beat ntr o c rcium i l ajut s ajung la hotel A tept ndu i actele pentru emigrare

  • Title: Călătorie într-un picior
  • Author: Herta Müller Corina Bernic
  • ISBN: 9789736893742
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
  • Irene, protagonista de 35 de ani a acestui roman, l cunoa te la mare pe Franz, un t n r turist german pe care l g se te beat ntr o c rcium i l ajut s ajung la hotel A tept ndu i actele pentru emigrare, Irene stabile te mpreun cu Franz s se revad am ndoi n Germania, dup ce ea va fi p r sit cealalt ar La aeroport nu l va nt lni ns pe Franz, ci pe unIrene, protagonista de 35 de ani a acestui roman, l cunoa te la mare pe Franz, un t n r turist german pe care l g se te beat ntr o c rcium i l ajut s ajung la hotel A tept ndu i actele pentru emigrare, Irene stabile te mpreun cu Franz s se revad am ndoi n Germania, dup ce ea va fi p r sit cealalt ar La aeroport nu l va nt lni ns pe Franz, ci pe un prieten al acestuia, Stefan Dup mutarea n Berlinul de Vest, prin Stefan l cunoa te pe Thomas, un omer homosexual cu care reu e te s comunice Serpentinele amoroase, anxietatea generat de confruntarea cu birocra ia h r uitoare pentru imigran i, analiza lucid a vie ii de pe str zile metropolei i dorul de ara de origine atent inut sub control sunt descrise ntr o proz concis , minimalist , dar cu o comoar de imagini de neuitat Publishers Weekly O carte despre alienare, c ut ri i, mai ales, despre singur tate.Publicat n 1989, C l torie ntr un picior este primul roman scris de Herta M ller dup ce a p r sit Rom nia.

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    1. Patryx

      Nel 2009 riceve il Premio Nobel per la Letteratura, con la seguente motivazione: «Con la concentrazione della poesia e la franchezza della prosa ha rappresentato il mondo dei diseredati»Non c’è un modo gentile per dirlo: questo libro non mi è piaciuto, anzi direi che è stato uno dei libri più noiosi che abbia mai letto. L’ho finito perché non mi piace abbandonare i libri e l’ho letto più per rispetto a questo principio che per interesse. Per prima cosa, un’importante istruzione p [...]

    2. Christian Engler

      To say that Traveling on One Leg was a gloomy novel would definitely not be off the mark. But it is heavy in a good and honest way. It is rooted in the author's own life experiences and those of the Romanian citizens whom she depicts as also having transplanted themselves to other countries. Because truth is the foundation of this novel, it gives this work a heavy-hearted edge, that as a reader, is not all too easy to digest. The other reviewers, I agree, hit the mark with their assessments of [...]

    3. Luana

      Viaggiatori su una gamba sola e sull'altra perduti. Viaggiatori che arrivano troppo tardi. Di fronte a questo libro, commentare diventa un onere che si confonde in maniera ineluttabile con l'esperienza, la mia, di aver visto Berlino e il Muro; di aver visto tanti viaggiatori su una gamba sola che zoppicano per ritrovare un'identità geografica e culturale che hanno perso quando la cortina ha diviso cielo e terra mettendo da una parte l'Est e dall'altra l'Ovest come solo l'Onnipotente da millenni [...]

    4. Elisa

      Dittature, paesi divisi e muri sono solo un pretesto per dire qualcos'altro. La vera protagonista di questo romanzo è l'alterità. L'abisso quasi insuperabile che circonda gli individui come un fossato, e li segue ovunque, naturale come un'ombra. Ci puoi mettere sopra un bel ponte, ma i ponti, col tempo, si deteriorano. L'abisso rimane lì. È ingombrante e spietata, l'alterità, come una maledizione. Si insinua nella narrazione fratturandola, ci costringe a vedere la realtà come un insieme di [...]

    5. James F

      This is the third book I've read by M�_ller in the last week. This one is about a woman in early middle age who has emigrated to West Germany from "the other country" -- presumably Romania, though it is never specified. She lives alone and in isolation. The book, like the previous two, is written in a surreal style with reality and dreams blended so that one is never sure what is actually happening.Now that I am somewhat accustomed to her style, I can't help comparing it to last year's Nobel p [...]

    6. Stephen Durrant

      Müller is never an easy read, but I find her spare prose and bizarre vision of the world both impressive and deeply disturbing. Some reviewers have described this as a book about madness. Perhaps. The madness, if one can properly call it that, results from political dislocation and alienation. Irene, a Romanian German has fled her homeland to take up residence in West Germany, much like Müller herself. She becomes involved with three different men, none of whom seem particularly fond of her, a [...]

    7. Doğan

      İrene isimli bir mültecinin Almanya'ya gidip orada çektiği yabancılaşmayı anlatıyor. Ama baskıdan mı çeviriden mi anlamadım kitapta birden başka konuya atlama, anlamsız cümleler vardı ve konuşma çizgileri yoktu. Nadine Gordimer'den sonra Herta Müller'de bitmiştir benim için.

    8. Riet

      Een moeilijk boek. Het gaat over een vrouw, die net als de schrijfster zelf in Roemenie is geboren en opgegroeid en uiteindelijk verlof krijgt om uit te reizen naar Duitsland. Daar aangekomen hinkt ze als het ware op een been: het andere staat nog in Roemenie, of zoals zij het uitdrukt: in het andere land.Hetisheel spaarzaam geschreven. Vaak moet je zelf maar uitzoeken wat ze wil zeggen. En, eerlijk gezgd, lukte mij dat niet altijd.Ik heb het in het Duits gelezen, weet niet of het in het Nederla [...]

    9. Richard Leis

      It is terrible that I'm giving this only three stars, but I cannot say that I "really liked it" mostly because it was so difficult to read and comprehend. The book is about trauma told through the character Irene, a thirtysomething woman who can only perceive the world in fragments, dissolution, and dissociation. Thank goodness for my literature professor and his help in walking us through this book. There is a minimal plot if you hunt for it, about Irene moving out of Romania and to West Berlin [...]

    10. Nithesh

      This book astonishes me for the way in which it is written. Without quotation marks, the words said by the characters of the story seam to merge seamlessly into the narrators voice. I wonder if that is grammatically right or it happens to be just another aesthetic aspect of the book. The plot is hazy, the characters lack any goal or agenda. They just exist among other things. The entire book is about one image : that of isolation. A profound isolation brings along with it a profound chaos. One t [...]

    11. Branden

      when there is an author i'm interested in, i frequently FREQUENTLY make the mistake of ignoring the books that friends and the rest of the world recommend to me as his/her "best work" and feel some godawful obligation to go into his/her back catalogue and starting reading them from the earliest work onward - or, in this case, the earliest novel available in translation. what a disaster. this book took me much longer to force myself through than anything in recent memory. above all, i blame the t [...]

    12. Zamartina

      These two poor stars do not probably reflect the literary quality of the book, but rather my own reaction to it, which was almost nonexistent. Now, to mark so low a Nobel prize winner makes you always feel "somehow" ignorant. I probably did not understand it and most certainly it required a second level in-depth reading I did not gave. Perhaps I should even read it again, it is short after all. But I like books where all this is not necessary, where feelings, emotions, resemblances and reflectio [...]

    13. soxundxso

      Schwerfällig reihen sich die klassischen SPO-Sätze aneinander. Subjekt, Prädikat, Objekt. Subjekt, Prädikat, Objekt. Spiegeln gepaart mit ein wenig poetischem Tiefsinn und verirrter Wörtchen die Stimmung der Reisenden wieder. Der Reisenden auf einem Bein. Die Reisende ist Irene, eine junge Frau, die ihrem Heimatland Rumänien den Rücken kehrt und versucht in Westberlin Fuß zu fassen. Doch schon der Titel sagt: das gelingt nicht ganz. Hin und her gerissen zwischen Heimat und Fremde ist Ire [...]

    14. Agneta Jakab

      I must admit that this type of writing just isn't usually my cup of tea, mostly because it makes me feel like I'm reading something that was written in a hurry, and that will easily fade from my mind. But there is some beauty in simplicity. There was a contagious state in this book, and that is the state of confusion mixed with the impression that I am constantly lost as well while reading it. If you would ask me what I remember about 'Traveling on One Leg', I would tell you I remember a story a [...]

    15. Oana Sipos

      I must admit it took me several times to start the book and go on with reading it. I felt it a bit hard to follow as most of the times the action was happening on several narrative plans. This is why I have the feeling I have for sure missed subtleties. And that's not a nice feeling.If there's something I liked is the fact that I realize that in daily life, there are always several narrative plans: if you are surrounded by other people, in an action, you will always have your own movie playing i [...]

    16. Iain

      The oldest of Muller's work that I've read so far, Traveling on One Leg is a mess. The plot itself is near nonexistent compared to her usual style of writing. Loosely it's about a woman who is kicked out of her native country due to some issue with communism, and then moves to Berlin. She has relationships with three separate men at the same time while waiting to become a citizen.Muller wrote this book in minimalist, almost stream-of-conscious style. The prose is almost poetic but it rambles so [...]

    17. Andrew

      Hmph. I wanted to like this one more than I did. Muller clearly has a distinct voice, and I dug the minimalist style. Still, I wanted to feel a little more grounded in the narrative that Muller allowed us to. The stoic, distant tone makes us feel Irene's deep sense of alienation in her new home, but there's just not much else here besides that. I wanted more of Irene's world, more of her struggle, more of her romances. But by definition, minimalism doesn't tend to offer more, so perhaps this one [...]

    18. Zoë Ruiz

      I haven't read a book that captures the feeling of isolation, dissociation, and the effects of trauma quite like this one does. The language is sparse and reads like poetry. At times the main character Irene, an immigrant from Romania who moves to Germany, seems close to madness and the book takes on an almost surreal quality. This is the first book I've read by Herta Müller and I'm looking forward to reading THE LAND OF GREEN PLUMS very soon.

    19. Cristina

      Ok, forse non è il libro più lineare della storia della letteratura, ma ci sono certi pensieri, certe emozioni espresse in una maniera unica. Penso che per poter godere appieno di questo libro si debba lasciare un attimo in disparte il solito modo di leggere legato alla trama, al filo conduttore della storia; e si debba invece iniziare a leggere il tutto a mente fresca, focalizzandoci sullo strambo modo in cui la protagonista pensa ed osserva il mondo.

    20. Razvan

      O carte dificil de citit. Dupa fiecare cateva pagini trebuia sa ma opresc, sa macin cuvintele pentru a obtine esenta. Dupa acea, reluarea lecturii era dificila. Era ca si cum ar fi trebuit sa transform iarasi ceea ce tocmai macinasem in produsul brut.Temele principale: alienarea, singuratatea, frica, integrarea intr-o societate diferita.

    21. Klava reads

      Una Herta Müller ancora acerba, anche se gli elementi della sua scrittura che mi ha letteralmente soggiogata ne "Il paese delle prugne verdi" sono già lì.Testo godibile anche se non nascondo di essere rimasta un po' delusa. Del resto ho iniziato con quello che è considerato a tutti gli effetti il suo capolavoro.

    22. Kats

      Schwerfällig, langweilig mit uninteressanten Protagonisten in einem Stil geschrieben, bei dem einem das Lesen wie Arbeit vorkommt. Nach knapp der Hälfte des Buches habe ich es zur Bibliothek zurückgebracht - bei der Buchbesprechung mit dem Lesekreis werde ich dann voraussichtlich fehlen. Für so etwas ist das Leben einfach zu kurz.

    23. Margherita Luciano

      Ho comprato questo libro per invito del club del libro. Descrive il passaggio travagliato della protagonista dalla Romania alla Germania ovest alla vigilia della caduta del Muro di Berlino.L'ho trovato di difficile comprensione, poco scorrevole, pesante, noioso e mi spiace tanto parlare così di un libro la cui autrice ha vinto il Premio Nobel.

    24. Sean de la Rosa

      Definitely not an easy read. A mix between poetry and prose - very disjointed. Her works are also repetitive - she sticks to the same theme across many of her works. There were a couple of brilliant lines though, like: 'when under surveillance, even the air has eyes'. Preferred her Land of Green Plums by far.

    25. A.

      Düşmanların mı var.Thomas omuz silkti. İşyerin yok, resmi makamlara nadiren gidiyorsun. Yaptığın iş özel.Thomas düşündü. Şöyle dedi:Evet.Yavaş konuşuyordu, bir sonraki kelimenin ne olacağını bilmiyormuş gibi: Dostlarım var. Ve bütün dostlarım eski veya müstakbel düşmanlarım.

    26. Jerry Pogan

      Not her best book. Mullers sparse, terse poetic prose works well in her novels of life under the dictatorship which creates an atmosphere of a bleak and disjointed existence but it doesnt work as well in this book.

    27. Elalma

      Il linguaggio poetico mi affascina, ma non riesco a entrare nella storia. La mente scivola via come i pensieri di Irene, vagano nella città o nel silenzio di un cortile con un'impalcatura. Forse è così che deve essere, ma che fatica, però.

    28. Cygor Borg

      Karmakarışık ve dağınık konuların, birbiri ile alakasız betimlemelerin, duygu ve ruhu yansıtmakta ki gücün eksikliğinin fazlasıyla mevcut olduğu bir yapıt, kısacası okumasanız da bir şey kaybetmezsiniz.

    29. Betül YILMAZ

      Okuyup anlayan bana anlatsın, istediği kitabı hediye edeyim. iki yıldız objektif, fotoğraf düzlemindeki anlatımına. nobel'i bu kitaptan önce almış olabilir.

    30. Erika Mager

      Ein sehr hermetischer Text. Schwere Kost. Ich bin eigentlich nicht hinter all das gekommen, was die Autorin wohl ausdrücken möchte.

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