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Dead Poets Society ➼ [Reading] ➾ Dead Poets Society By N.H. Kleinbaum ➱ – Sebuah novel karya NH Kleinbaum berdasarkan film karya Tom SchulmanTodd Anderson dan teman temannya di Welton hampir tak bisa percaya betapa berbedanya hidup yang mereka jalani sejak guru bahasa Inggr Sebuah novel karya NH Kleinbaum berdasarkan film karya Tom SchulmanTodd Anderson dan teman temannya di Welton hampir tak bisa percaya betapa berbedanya hidup yang mereka jalani sejak guru bahasa Inggris mereka yang baru sang flamboyan John Keating menantang mereka untuk membuat hidupmu luar biasaTerilhami Dead Poets Epub / oleh Keating mereka menghidupkan kembali Dead Poets Society sebuah kelompok rahasia yang terbebas dari tekanan dan harapan pihak sekolah dan para orangtua Mereka biarkan gairah liar mereka tak terkekangKetika Keating membawa mereka pada syair syair indah karya Byron Shelley dan Keats mereka tidak saja menemukan keindahan bahasa juga pentingnya membuat setiap saat jadi bermakna.

  • Paperback
  • 226 pages
  • Dead Poets Society
  • N.H. Kleinbaum
  • Indonesian
  • 06 September 2016
  • 9789799765208

About the Author: N.H. Kleinbaum

Nancy Horowitz Kleinbaum ist eine US amerikanische Schriftstellerin und Journalistin Bekannt wurde sie als Autorin des Romans zum Film „Der Club der toten Dichter“ den sie auf der Grundlage des Drehbuchs von Tom Schulman schrieb.

10 thoughts on “Dead Poets Society

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Dead poets society‬ NH KleinbaumDead Poets Society is a 1989 American drama film directed by Peter Weir written by Tom Schulman and starring Robin Williams Set in 1959 at the fictional elite conservative Vermont boarding school Welton Academy it tells the story of an English teacher who inspires his students through his teaching of poetry In the autumn of 1959 shy Todd Anderson begins his senior year of high school at Welton Academy an all male elite prep school He is assigned one of Welton's most promising students Neil Perry as his roommate and is uickly accepted by Neil's friends Knox Overstreet Richard Cameron Steven Meeks Gerard Pitts and Charlie Dalton On the first day of classes they are surprised by the unorthodox teaching methods of the new English teacher John Keating a Welton alumnus who encourages his students to make your lives extraordinary a sentiment he summarizes with the Latin expression carpe diem Subseuent lessons include having them take turns standing on his desk to teach the boys how they must look at life in a different way telling them to rip out the introduction of their poetry books which explains a mathematical formula used for rating poetry and inviting them to make up their own style of walking in a courtyard to encourage them to be individuals His methods attract the attention of strict headmaster Gale Nolan تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز دوازدهم ماه ژانویه سال 2002 میلادی عنوان انجمن شاعران مرده؛ نوشته نهـ کلاینباوم؛ براساس فیلمنامه تام شولمن؛ مترجم حمید خادمی لاهیجی؛ ماهرخ دبیری؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، نشر سمر، 1371، در 190ص، موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان آمریکایی سده 20ممترجم زهرا طراوتی؛ نشر نیماژ؛ 1397؛ در 184ص؛روزی رفته بودم دخترم را به دانشگاه تهران برسانم، یادم نمانده چرا در خیابان کارگر رو بالا راه میرفتم، از یک کتابفروش یا دستفروش باز هم یادم نیست، این کتاب را خریدم، و در حال راه رفتن به سوی بلوار، کتاب را ورق زدم، و در حال راه رفتن آن را خواندم؛ فیلم انجمن شاعران مرده، زودتر از انتشار رمان آن، به نمایش درآمد؛ «نیل»، «تاد»، «ناکس»، چارلی، «ریچارد»، «استیون» و «جرارد»، دانش‌آموزان سال اول کالج «ولتن» هستند؛ «نیل» و «تاد»، تحت نظارت شدید خانواده‌ شان هستند، که اصرار دارند پسرانشان پزشک، و وکیل شوند، اما «تاد»، دلش می‌خواهد نویسنده شود؛ در آغاز سال تحصیلی تازه، استاد ادبیات انگلیسی دیگر می‌شود، و فردی به نام «جان کیتینگ»، جایگزین آموزگار پیشین می‌شود؛ روش تدریس «کیتینگ»، با آنچه دانش‌آموزان، پیش‌تر به آن عادت داشتند، کاملاً دیگرگونه است؛ او دیدگاهی نو، نسبت به ادبیات دارد، و از دانش‌آموزانش نیز می‌خواهد، با نگاهی تازه به چیزها نگاه کنند، و؛نقل از یکی از سکانسهای فیلم «زندگی را غنیمت بشمار، غنچه های گل سرخ را کنون که میتوانی برچین، زمان سالخورده درگذرست و همین گلی که امروز لبخند میزند، فردا خواهد مرد»؛ پایان نقلتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 12061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  2. Maria Maria says:

    I went to the woods because I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life To put to rout all that was not life And not when I came to die discover that I had not lived “Carpe Diem” “Seize the day Make your lives extraordinary”I watched Deat Poets Society movie a few years ago and I still sometimes watch its clips It’s one of my all time favorite movies A week ago I was scrolling through my Goodreads feeds and found this book and I screamed like WHAT??? THIS BOOK DO EXIST? Boy the relief I feltThis book isn’t only about poetry it’s about life dreams love everything It’s a silver line in the clouds of despair and helplessness we feel Parents think that they are doing the best with their children but often they don’t While dreaming big for the children they don’t pause for a moment to ask them “what do you want?” “are you happy” or “what makes you happy?” The pressure they put on children often leads to what happened at the end of this book I think every other person who reads or watch Dead Poets Society will feel this connection with the characters because we all have been through what Neil Todd and the others were feeling Since I knew what was going to happen I just couldn’t stop my tears as I was reading Neil getting excited about acting doing his best to get the part and dancing with joy when he got it He was so full of life He brought back the Dead Poet Society he made his friends do what they love he was there for Todd he was just the perfect human being And when he took his life it was like he took a piece of my heart with him As Todd said “Neil wouldn’t kill himself He loved living” Damn it he loved livingAnd Todd Todd is so precious His poems his love his loneliness you can’t help but love him and want to comfort him I love how he stands for the Captain at the end and told his parents off Charlie my Nuwanda boy I love him And I love Knox Meeks Pitts all of them My dead poets And how can I forget about John Keating “O Captain My Captain” Keating is like The Person we all need to meet at least once in our life time and it’s our misfortune that rarely we meet people like himHere are some of Keating’s uotes “I say—drivel One reads poetry because he is a member of the human race and the human race is filled with passion Medicine law banking—these are necessary to sustain life But poetry romance love beauty? These are what we stay alive for“That the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse” ”What will your verse be?”“And don’t limit poetry to the word Poetry can be found in music a photograph in the way a meal is prepared—anything with the stuff of revelation in it It can exist in the most everyday things but it must never never be ordinary By all means write about the sky or a girl’s smile but when you do let your poetry conjure up salvation day doomsday any day I don’t care as long as it enlightens us thrills us and—if it’s inspired—makes us feel a bit immortal”“Lads there is a great need in all of us to be accepted but you must trust what is uniue or different about yourself even if it is odd or unpopular”I can talk and talk about this book This will ever be in my heart

  3. KyneWynn KyneWynn says:

    I started to read this book and couldn't get past the first chapter unfortunately like other books written after the movie was made it falls short of literary sparkle I love the movie though and for me it will always be a reminder My husband son and daughter were in a stage version of this play for opening night My husband died that night This is a poem I wrote about the juxtaposition of the two In Fifty five Words Father and son Playing father and son On stage the dialogue Between the character Neil and his father was electric; Excellent casting decision It was just like watching themAt homeTeenage angst Overbearing father In a way Disturbing In the end on stage the son committed suicide At home that night My husband Died PS It is now nine years later and while in many ways it has gotten easier the two will be forever entwined In remembrance every year on the anniversary of Kelly's death I watch Dead Poets Society; it feel fitting somehow

  4. Ladan Ladan says:

    O Captain my Captain our fearful trip is done The ship has weather’d every rack the prize we sought is won The port is near the bells I hear the people all exultingWhile follow eyes the steady keel the vessel grim and daring;But O heart O heart O the bleeding drops of redWhere on the deck my Captain liesFallen cold and deadO Captain my Captainrise up and hear the bells;Rise up—for you the flag is flung—for you the bugle trillsFor you bouuets and ribbon’d wreaths—for you the shores a crowdingFor you they call the swaying mass their eager faces turning;Here Captain dear fatherThis arm beneath your headIt is some dream that on the deckYou’ve fallen cold and deadMy Captain does not answer his lips are pale and stillMy father does not feel my arm he has no pulse nor willThe ship is anchor’d safe and sound its voyage closed and doneFrom fearful trip the victor ship comes in with object won;Exult O shores and ring O bellsBut I with mournful treadWalk the deck my Captain liesFallen cold and dead

  5. Ivana Simanungkalit Ivana Simanungkalit says:

    Carpe DiemSeize the dayThis is my favorite movie and novel all the time Poets wise words experiences love passion and youth are things that make life beautiful This story is a best learning for student wants to be teacher in the future yeahjust like me because lots of things mentioned in this story should be realized by usall of us

  6. Mina Mina says:

    I can't remember ever rating a book at one star Oh yes I do Wuthering Heights And I HATE that bookOkay I love this film Loved it in the late 80s and I love it still The movie is not based on the book; the book is based on the movie It's not great It's little than a copy of the screen play Which probably would have been a better read The writing was poor Drab Telling The author uoted the school dog Gggrrr I'm not kidding There were some small liberties taken as I assume there would need to be for legal purposes And while they were still poorly written at least those scenes did not have uite the same feel as having to sit and listen to my mother tell me about a great movie she saw in real movie time The rest of the novel didThe plus? Takes less time to read than watching the movie So I guess if you're pressed for time nah Just watch the movie It's a bazillion times better And then you get to watch young cute tortured Sean Robert Leonard for 2 hours It's a win winNow how to be diplomatic about this next week at my first ever attending of a book club I've joined for which I read this novel I may have to keep on the uiet side

  7. K. Elizabeth K. Elizabeth says:

    3 5 A meaningful book and classic though I think this was written based off the movie?; it’s a story that everyone should readwatch That being said even though I enjoyed this I was left a little disappointed and wanting While I didn’t see that ending with Neil but I completely understand why it went that way I wish the rest of the characters could have been developed and less dramatic This entire short novel felt too theatrical and only a few characters seemed to have their own personalities The rest morphed together — and for me characters are almost always the most important aspect of the storyI especially didn’t care for Knox and Chris uite honestly I thought their so called relationship was one of the most unimaginable and dull romances I’ve read about This could be because I didn’t like Knox and Chris was two dimensional and moronic sorry but not reallyFor a novelmovie that is so highly praised I expected to feel moved or at least moved than I was Regardless I do think this is meaningful and important to book to read because the message of following your dreams is an important one But it’s one that could have been done better with development and craft

  8. Settare Settare says:

    I read this when I was fourteen and at the time I loved it so much I started rereading it right away If I recall correctly at some point I even considered it to be the best book I'd read I mean what can you do fourteen year olds get emotional about books I still have fond memories of this book and its movie of course

  9. Tukunjil Nayeera Tukunjil Nayeera says:

    We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race And the human race is filled with passion And medicine law business engineering these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life But poetry beauty romance love these are what we stay alive forআহা কি চমৎকার একটা কথামুভিটা দেখেছিলাম অনেক আগে। নিচের সিনটা রিওয়াইন্ড করে কতবার যে দেখেছি তার কোনো হিসেব নেইOh captain My Captainআমার কাছে মুভির চাইতে বইয়ের আবেদন বরাবরই বেশী। তাই মুভি দেখার পরপরই ঠিক করে ফেলি বইটা পড়ে ফেলতে হবেশুনেছিলাম মুভি থেকে কোনো কোনো বই লেখা হলে সেটার মধ্যে সাহিত্য থাকেনা। কিন্তু এই বইয়ের মধ্যে সাহিত্যের কোনো ঘাঁটতি আমি পাইনি। বরং মুভির মেসেজটা আরও স্ট্রং ভাবে ধরা পড়েছে Carpe diem Seize the day boys Make your lives extraordinaryএকেকটা দিন শুধু নিঃশ্বাস নিয়ে বেঁচে থাকাটাই জীবন নয়। প্যাশন কিংবা স্বপ্নে বাঁচাটাই তো জীবনএকদল স্কুল পড়ুয়া ছেলেদের এই গূঢ় কথাটা কে বোঝাবে যেখানে স্কুল শেখাচ্ছে ডিসিপ্লিন অনর এক্সেলেন্স ট্র‍্যাডিশন হল জীবনে উন্নতির সোপান শিখিয়েছেন জন কিটিং ওয়েল্টন একাডেমীর ইংরেজি শিক্ষক। অতি চমৎকার একজন শিক্ষক তিনি। টোড এন্ডারসনের ভিতরে লুকিয়ে থাকা কবি স্বত্বাকে তিনি বের করে না আনলে টোড কোনোদিন জানতেও পারতো না সে কি চমৎকার লিখতে পারে মি কিটিং একজন ট্রু ইন্সপিরেশনআরও একটা স্ট্রং মেসেজ আছে এই গল্পে।বাবা মা না বুঝেই নিজেদের অতৃপ্ত ইচ্ছেগুলো চাপিয়ে দেয় নিজের সন্তানদের উপর। একবারও জানতে চাচ্ছেনা সন্তান কি চায় কি তার স্বপ্ন। এভাবে খুন করে ফেলছে নিজের আদরের সন্তানকে তাই নীল পেরির মৃত্যুর জন্য টোড যখন নীলের বাবাকে দায়ী করে আমি তাকে একটুও দোষ দিতে পারিনা

  10. Michelle Curie Michelle Curie says:

    Because we're only going to a experience a limited number of springs summers and falls One day as hard as it is to believe each and every one of us is going to stop breathing turn cold and die We all have teachers that shaped us than others And those who have left a lasting impact on us are to be appreciated and be thankful for Dead Poets Society is a love letter to an exemplary one and while the message is sweet the execution is nothing but clumsy This is one of those rarer cases where the book has been based on the film of the same name I didn't actually know this until I was half way through reading it uite astonished that a novel so awkward could inspire a film that is considered a classic today I'm assuming most people reading this will already be familiar with the plot We follow a group of friends at Welton Academy an elitist boys school where the new teacher John Keating stirs up their routines by challenging them live life to their fullest The story is sweet but the writing just isn't This is very close to its source material but Kleinbaum doesn't seem to have fully understood how telling a good story works differently on paper than it does on the screen It's not enough to show glimpses of conversations and transcriptions of interactions assume that the reader will be able to bond with these characters What feels like a cliché on screen will appear even so on page when there aren't any visuals to even the stereotypes outIt's not the writers fault but it doesn't much help that nowadays the phrase Carpe Diem has lost its power to a considerable degree – no longer it is the enlightening phrase that is going to inspire you to explore every corner of life but has long become a meme of sorts with it gracing cheap mugs and wall tattoos all over the world At core this isn't horrible but maybe do just watch the film and leave it at that There's nothing to gain here

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