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Silja ja Ihmiset suviyössä (Kootut teokset, #5) [Epub] ➡ Silja ja Ihmiset suviyössä (Kootut teokset, #5) ➢ Frans Emil Sillanpää – Thomashillier.co.uk Teos, joka tunnetaan nyky n my s nimell Silja nuorena nukkunut kertoo nuoren piikatyt n Silja Salmeluksen, sukunsa viimeisen vihannan lyhyen el m ntarinan Romaani ilmestyi vuonna , ja sit pidet n Sill Teos, joka tunnetaan nyky n my s nimell Silja nuorena nukkunut kertoo nuoren piikatyt n Silja Salmeluksen, sukunsa viimeisen vihannan lyhyen el m ntarinan Romaani ilmestyi vuonna , ja sit pidet n Sillanp n parhaimpana ja menestyneimp n romaaninaAinoan suomalaisen Nobel kirjailijamme teoksesta huokuu syv rakkaus t h n maahan ja sen kansaan Etenkin vuodenaikojen ja luonnon kuvaukset ovat rikkaita ja maalailevia Sillanp kuvailee my s kauniisti nuoren tyt n el m ja nuorta rakkautta Erityisen hienosti h n on onnistunut ikuistamaan Siljan ja t m n is n, Kustaan, l mpiv n tunnesiteen T m Silja ja PDF/EPUB ² klassikko teos kannattaa lukea Suomen suven ollessa kukkeimmillaan luonnonhelmassa.


10 thoughts on “Silja ja Ihmiset suviyössä (Kootut teokset, #5)

  1. Teresa Teresa says:

    Silja o ltimo elemento de uma fam lia de trabalhadores rurais finlandeses do in cio do S culo XX Para conhecer a sua curta vida precisei de alguma paci ncia o que vale que morre no primeiro par grafo dispensando me de ler tudo _____________Pr mio Nobel da Literatura 1939Frans Eemil Sillanp nasceu na Finl ndia em 16 de setembro de 1888 e morreu na Finl ndia em 3 de junho de 1964 Silja o ltimo elemento de uma fam lia de trabalhadores rurais finlandeses do in cio do S culo XX Para conhecer a sua curta vida precisei de alguma paci ncia o que vale que morre no primeiro par grafo dispensando me de ler tudo _____________Pr mio Nobel da Literatura 1939Frans Eemil Sillanp nasceu na Finl ndia em 16 de setembro de 1888 e morreu na Finl ndia em 3 de junho de 1964


  2. Shawn Bird Shawn Bird says:

    Read this in Finland as an exchange student It seemed to me that it revealed a lot about the essential character of the Finns and the land they love Interesting history and story.


  3. MS MS says:

    Sorry, but it is terrible Disjointed, sometimes yucky, loses steam just when you think that it will get interesting There is almost NO scene which is not told instead of shown The nature descriptions have some merit, but for the most part the plot is almost non existent or way too slow for my liking I prolly read too much contemporary lit and I am used to a certain style, so my rating should be taken with a grain of salt The Romanian translation is probably terrible too I rarely dnf bo Sorry, but it is terrible Disjointed, sometimes yucky, loses steam just when you think that it will get interesting There is almost NO scene which is not told instead of shown The nature descriptions have some merit, but for the most part the plot is almost non existent or way too slow for my liking I prolly read too much contemporary lit and I am used to a certain style, so my rating should be taken with a grain of salt The Romanian translation is probably terrible too I rarely dnf books, but sadly this is one of them, I stopped reading at page 175 and skimmed through the rest.So I recommend instead this beautiful short


  4. S Cearley S Cearley says:

    The Nobel committee said in 1939 that Sillanp won expressly for this book It was.it was an uninspiring book I don t see how I m supposed to harbor any compassion for the main character, a girl named Silja who starts out in her pre teen years as semi well off but then her father dies, the farm is lost, and she leads a life of being a farm maid at one farm then another Then she dies.It sounds harsh to describe a plot so flatly but there is no connection to the main character, no sympathy o The Nobel committee said in 1939 that Sillanp won expressly for this book It was.it was an uninspiring book I don t see how I m supposed to harbor any compassion for the main character, a girl named Silja who starts out in her pre teen years as semi well off but then her father dies, the farm is lost, and she leads a life of being a farm maid at one farm then another Then she dies.It sounds harsh to describe a plot so flatly but there is no connection to the main character, no sympathy or empathy, so everything feels dull and listless


  5. Roxana Roxana says:

    I ve started this book three hours ago, and I m already through the half of it It s an enjoyable reading, as a fan of Scandinavian literature, i can say that this book gives you a good opportunity to observe and contemplate the life of the finnish people at the end of the 19th century It also takes you on a journey where you ll be smiling imagining the young Silja running outside in the sun , going sad there are some sad deaths throughout the book and overall enjoying the descriptions about I ve started this book three hours ago, and I m already through the half of it It s an enjoyable reading, as a fan of Scandinavian literature, i can say that this book gives you a good opportunity to observe and contemplate the life of the finnish people at the end of the 19th century It also takes you on a journey where you ll be smiling imagining the young Silja running outside in the sun , going sad there are some sad deaths throughout the book and overall enjoying the descriptions about the Finnish scenery and life there in general


  6. Giselle Giselle says:

    I had to stop reading after 30 pages because I couldn t stand it any The author keeps jumping from one thing to another with no apparent connection, using characters that come out of thin air, and there s almost no action, it s mostly a description of actions It s too chaotic, I really don t like it I rarely leave a book unfinished and I usually love anything related to Finland, but this is just too much.


  7. Tiia Tiia says:

    Harvoin olen kokenut hiljaisuuden kirjassa n in voimakkaana Voisin arvella, ett loppuratkaisun kertominen alkuun oli harkittua, jotta kirjassa ei olisi turhia j nnitteit vaan se pysyisi juuri t llaisena, jotta Silja kokonaisteoksena omaisi samat laadut kuin Silja henkil n Samaa tunnelmaa ruokkivat my s ennakoivat lauseet pitkin tarinaa.Ihan erikoisen tyyni kirja, vaikka sis llis sotakuvaustakin oli verev itt m ss.Voisin kuvitella, ett t m olisi kirja jota lukisin neen vanhuksille palv Harvoin olen kokenut hiljaisuuden kirjassa n in voimakkaana Voisin arvella, ett loppuratkaisun kertominen alkuun oli harkittua, jotta kirjassa ei olisi turhia j nnitteit vaan se pysyisi juuri t llaisena, jotta Silja kokonaisteoksena omaisi samat laadut kuin Silja henkil n Samaa tunnelmaa ruokkivat my s ennakoivat lauseet pitkin tarinaa.Ihan erikoisen tyyni kirja, vaikka sis llis sotakuvaustakin oli verev itt m ss.Voisin kuvitella, ett t m olisi kirja jota lukisin neen vanhuksille palvelutalossa en ole koskaan ollut lukemassa, mutta ehk joskus viel Tyyli on sive ja siisti ja sanat soljuvat kepe sti, mutta silti koskettavat


  8. Jorge Camacho Jorge Camacho says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Sospecho que esta traducci n no se hizo directamente del fin s, pero tampoco me importa mucho se lee bien y me devuelve a las diferentes temporadas que pas en Finlandia, hace ya tantos a os Las veces que habla de una sauna no aparece esta palabra sino estufa cuando se trata de la propia construcci n o la expresi n ba o de vapor , que me parece un calco del sueco, tra do al castellano tal vez a trav s de una versi n en franc s Por lo dem s, es muy interesante la parte donde se trata la g Sospecho que esta traducci n no se hizo directamente del fin s, pero tampoco me importa mucho se lee bien y me devuelve a las diferentes temporadas que pas en Finlandia, hace ya tantos a os Las veces que habla de una sauna no aparece esta palabra sino estufa cuando se trata de la propia construcci n o la expresi n ba o de vapor , que me parece un calco del sueco, tra do al castellano tal vez a trav s de una versi n en franc s Por lo dem s, es muy interesante la parte donde se trata la guerra civil finlandesa de 1918 entre rojos y blancos


  9. Aidan Cowell Aidan Cowell says:

    3.5 stars.Fairly well written but a little uneven The prose is lovely and at times outstandingly accomplished but the story is a bit muddled and unclear at certain points Recommended if you want a great view of life in the Finnish countryside in the 1800s.


  10. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    I am surprised that I have never heard of this book by the Nobel Prize winner in Literature of 1939 It was a difficult book to read at the start because it is obviously a translation from Finnish It took me a while to get accustomed to the rythm and style of the writing translated into English, and then I found myself really enjoying the story The Maid Silja is a rather depressing story of the downfall of the Salmelus family who suffer one tragedy after another until, in the end, Silja dies a I am surprised that I have never heard of this book by the Nobel Prize winner in Literature of 1939 It was a difficult book to read at the start because it is obviously a translation from Finnish It took me a while to get accustomed to the rythm and style of the writing translated into English, and then I found myself really enjoying the story The Maid Silja is a rather depressing story of the downfall of the Salmelus family who suffer one tragedy after another until, in the end, Silja dies alone in poverty The story is beautifully written.Sillanpaa offers this at the end as a message of the tragic story So ends the tale of the last flourishing of an old family tree that happened to end at that time they are always ending But these trees are not like the trees of the forest There is no real death for a family if we could look unhindered through time, we should see branches of every of every family still aliveIn the widest sense of all we are al members of the same family and can therefore respect each other s struggles in all time You too, the farthest reader in point of time of this narrative, may respect our battles This natural sress of battle is only a sign, the meaning and significance of which we are permitted, indeed constantly compelled, to study


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