[Read] ➪ Halv elva en sommarkväll Author Marguerite Duras – Thomashillier.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Halv elva en sommarkväll

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    I ve read lots of Duras and this eerie and atmospheric short novel is something quite different, about a killer hiding on a roof, and the female tourist who spots him Set in Spain over one stormy hot summer s night in a small town, using her spare and short sentenced prose, Duras isn t so much interested in writing a crime thriller, as it s focus isabout the choices we make and the consequences that can come with them Maria, the passive, contemplative woman at the centre of the story is I ve read lots of Duras and this eerie and atmospheric short novel is something quite different, about a killer hiding on a roof, and the female tourist who spots him Set in Spain over one stormy hot summer s night in a small town, using her spare and short sentenced prose, Duras isn t so much interested in writing a crime thriller, as it s focus isabout the choices we make and the consequences that can come with them Maria, the passive, contemplative woman at the centre of the story is holidaying with her husband, daughter, and their attractive close friend Claire, when one night two unlinked events rattle her world One being that a murderer is hiding behind a chimney on the roof opposite, and the other catching her husband kissing Claire Driven by an uncontrollable urge she sets out to help the killer escape to the countryside, and by saving him, the feeling is she s attempting to find some sort of salvation for herself, while at the same time her entire thoughts are focused on the love for her husband I really liked it, and that comes as no surprise to me as I ve always admired Duras writing style


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    Levanta se, sai do seu quarto e bate porta da sua mulher, Maria Assalta o o sabor urgente dos as defuntos Quando entra no quarto de Maria, vive j esse luto do seu amor por Maria O que ele ignorava era o doloroso encanto da solid o de Maria, da solid o que ele provocou, desse luto dele mesmo que ela exibe esta noite.Passados mais de 20 anos sobre a primeira leitura, esta continua a ser a minha obra preferida de Marguerite Duras Em dez horas e meia, Maria, uma mulher que est apenas de Levanta se, sai do seu quarto e bate porta da sua mulher, Maria Assalta o o sabor urgente dos as defuntos Quando entra no quarto de Maria, vive j esse luto do seu amor por Maria O que ele ignorava era o doloroso encanto da solid o de Maria, da solid o que ele provocou, desse luto dele mesmo que ela exibe esta noite.Passados mais de 20 anos sobre a primeira leitura, esta continua a ser a minha obra preferida de Marguerite Duras Em dez horas e meia, Maria, uma mulher que est apenas de passagem num hotel em Espanha, pressente uma trai o debaixo do seu nariz e cria uma rela o de empatia com um homem que acabou de cometer um crime passional e se encontra em fuga uma obra que aborda o ci me, tanto na sua express o mais subtil e abnegada, como na sua manifesta o mais extrema e violenta, com descri es de uma sensorialidade extraordin ria, abarcando desde a grada o das cores do c u durante a tempestade e ao alvorecer at ao sabor das constantes bebidas alco licas ingeridas pela protagonista Talvez pela sua pr pria realidade, Duras das poucas autoras que consegue imprimir melancolia e desespero figura de uma alco lica sem a tornar pat tica e degradante.Dez Horas e Meia numa Noite de Ver o uma obra simples e profunda, delicada e brutal Talvez Maria v dormir t o forte o seu desejo de beber Talvez n o consiga esperar pela primeira luz do dia Chegou o momento da noite em que as horas nos enchem j da fadiga do dia que inevitavelmente se aproxima Saber que ele vai chegar basta para nos oprimir


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    C est Duras et quand on aime DurasL Espagne, l orage, un triangle amoureux, un meurtre et son fugitif amoch , l alcool, l t La construction sur 24h est virtuose et digne d un polar un polar atypique, certes La tension rotique est palpable, et m me c est l o Duras est forte entre les rivales Il y a la musique durassienne qui fr le la caricature pour qui y r siste, mais si l on c de, a passe comme une averse.


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    nsan bu yorgunluk d nda d nyadaki her eyle m cadele edebilirmi gibi geliyor Asl nda kurgu olarak iyi bir novellayd K k bir seyahatte ba a gelebilecek de i imler, ili ki geniDuras okumaya devam edece im


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    In the candlelight her beauty was evenobvious Had someone told her he loved her She was there, smiling, ready for a night that wouldn t happen Her lips, her eyes, her uncombed hair, her hands spread apart, open, loose in anticipation of happiness growing closer, none of this proved that tonight they had set aside for the silent fulfillment of the promise of approaching happiness There remained only the memory of a dream of loneliness Your eyes were the color of your fear in the aftern In the candlelight her beauty was evenobvious Had someone told her he loved her She was there, smiling, ready for a night that wouldn t happen Her lips, her eyes, her uncombed hair, her hands spread apart, open, loose in anticipation of happiness growing closer, none of this proved that tonight they had set aside for the silent fulfillment of the promise of approaching happiness There remained only the memory of a dream of loneliness Your eyes were the color of your fear in the afternoon, the color of rain at that very moment, Maria knew that Pierre wasn t sleeping, that he was aware of her, Maria, his wife, and that the desire he felt for Claire was becoming corrupted by the memory of his wife that he was becoming gloomy for fear she had guessed something that he was disturbed at the thought of Maria s new loneliness, tonight, compared to what had been before What words should she use What words The warm wind was again blowing all over It made the palm trees on the square cry out It alone was moving through the deserted streets she knew she had accepted defeat forever What could Maria call the time that opened ahead of her The certainty of her hope This rejuvenated air she was breathing This incandescence, this bursting of love at last without object


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    Vad ca multi compara cartea asta cu Moderato cantabile Si inteleg de ce Personaje oarecum similare, crima pasionala, cresterea treptata a tensiunii Dar prezenta carte are, in opinia mea, dialoguri mai slabe, care de multe ori sparg tensiunea, in loc sa o intretina De aceea, doar trei stele.


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    A french couple, Maria and Pierre, their daughter Judith, and a friend, Claire, are heading for Madrid, but a storm forces them to stop by in a small town As soon as they arrive, they re told that a murderer named Rodrigo Paestra a man that has killed his wife and her lover is hiding somewhere nearby and the police are looking for him Maria can t get the man out of her mind, and she develops a kind of contempt for the wife s lover, Toni Perez, while she s not judging Paestra Eventually, a A french couple, Maria and Pierre, their daughter Judith, and a friend, Claire, are heading for Madrid, but a storm forces them to stop by in a small town As soon as they arrive, they re told that a murderer named Rodrigo Paestra a man that has killed his wife and her lover is hiding somewhere nearby and the police are looking for him Maria can t get the man out of her mind, and she develops a kind of contempt for the wife s lover, Toni Perez, while she s not judging Paestra Eventually, as her own life is shattering before her eyes as her husband and friend find each other, she, in her drunken state, tries to understand and survive, through the story of the murderer She seems to find a way to breathe through his revenge, and finally decides to help him.The parallels between Maria and the murderer are obvious Her determination to help Paestra is an interesting way of describing her view of her own life Similar experiences can awake a great deal of sympathy for someone who in this case is a murderer The book also deals with the feeling of entrapment and the relative freedom or imprisonment of revenge.Despite it being interesting at times, I didn t understand the praise of this book It s subtle and reduced to the essence of the theme of smothering emotions, revenge and despair The things going on beneath the surface resemble Kafka s writing somewhat, but, still, I felt that something was missing I wasn t impressed the way I thought I would be


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