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'14 Creat Jean Echenoz Giorgio Pinotti Viral Kindle Born December 26 some sources say 23 , 1947, in Orange, France son of Marc a psychiatrist and Annie an engraver Echenoz children Jerome Arthur Education Attended Universit d Aix en Provence and Universit de Paris Sorbonne.. Quando, il 1 agosto 1914, le campane suonano a martello annunciando la mobilitazione, nemmeno il mite, smarrito Anthime riesce a sottrarsi all esultanza generale, alle discussioni febbrili, alle risate senza fine sovrastate da inni e fanfare E poi lo dice anche Charles con la consueta sicumera questione di quindici giorni al pi , sar una guerra lampo Un ultimo, aQuando, il 1 agosto 1914, le campane suonano a martello annunciando la mobilitazione, nemmeno il mite, smarrito Anthime riesce a sottrarsi all esultanza generale, alle discussioni febbrili, alle risate senza fi ne sovrastate da inni e fanfare E poi lo dice anche Charles con la consueta sicumera questione di quindici giorni al pi , sar una guerra lampo Un ultimo, antinomico sguardo d addio alla deliziosa Blanche la giovane che ama ma che Charles ha ovviamente conquistato per primo e, insieme a lui e agli inseparabili Padioleau, Bossis e Arcenel, eccolo partire da Nantes alla volta dell ignoto Ignoto che rimarr tale per tutti i cinquecento giorni che passer al fronte, perch per Anthime la guerra non pu che essere un evento tenebroso e indecifrabile anche quando si lancia curvo e goffo contro il nemico, preceduto dalla lama della baionetta che fora l aria gelida, anche quando apprende della morte di Charles, abbattuto insieme al Farman F 37 sul quale compiva un volo di ricognizione, anche quando vede Bossis inchiodato a un puntello di galleria, anche quando si vomita addosso di paura e di disgusto anche quando una scheggia di granata, simile a una levigata ascia neolitica, punta su di lui come per regolare una questione personale D ora innanzi, la sua vita minuscola sar diversa inaspettatamente, sorprendentemente diversa Con una leggerezza e una concisione che gi il titolo evoca come un temerario programma, Echenoz ci mostra la tragedia che ha diviso nettamente in due il secolo scorso ad altezza d uomo, senza mai varcare l orizzonte visivo di Anthime, lasciandosi guidare dal suo sguardo candido e attonito, e facendo cos di lui l emblema della sola qualit che consenta di attraversare indenni l inaudita violenza della Storia la sorridente, caparbia volont di adattarsi.. Bestseller Books '14 I kept thinking in images as I read this short book by Jean Echenoz. The images I saw in my mind's eye were mostly war scenes since this book is about WWI but they weren’t horrific, they weren't filled with bombed out wastelands, desperation or misery. No, the images I saw had the delicate outline of resigned figures in uniform, marching, eating, resting, or the elegant silhouettes of relatives left behind in some idyllic town, its church spire outlined against a clear sky. All the images had the warm glow of evening suffusing everything with a surprising calm. There wasn’t much depth of field to my images. No, everything was conveyed in outlines: recruitment, food, equipment, action, individual destinies, all itemised and recorded but not lingered over, merely lightly sketched - this is after all a short book. In fact, the images conveyed by the writing were not unlike illustrations for a children’s book about the war, if such a thing could possibly exist. (view spoiler)[Ah, unbelievably, it does!(hide spoiler)]But comparing Echenoz's book to an illustrated dictionary of the war is a terrible presumption on my part. And yet at times it did seem as if Echenoz had examined the archives of the period and selected certain themes which he then explained in very brief chapters: equipment, military procedure. (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)]tactics, uniforms, (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)]Where the book departs from any resemblance to an illustrated dictionary for children is when Echenoz sketches in the various destinies of the five original comrades (two of whom were rivals for the love of one woman) who set out from their peaceful village on the same day to join the army. But even when describing their individual destinies, Echenoz still seems to be ticking boxes: (view spoiler)[of the five, one dies a hero, another is shot as a traitor, a third is lost in action and the last two return, both injured but only one succeeding in picking up anything resembling normal life again. (hide spoiler)]So, yes, an alphabet of disaster. But beautifully written.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>
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  1. Born December 26 some sources say 23 , 1947, in Orange, France son of Marc a psychiatrist and Annie an engraver Echenoz children Jerome Arthur Education Attended Universit d Aix en Provence and Universit de Paris Sorbonne.

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  1. I kept thinking in images as I read this short book by Jean Echenoz The images I saw in my mind s eye were mostly war scenes since this book is about WWI but they weren t horrific, they weren t filled with bombed out wastelands, desperation or misery No, the images I saw had the delicate outline of resigned figures in uniform, marching, eating, resting, or the elegant silhouettes of relatives left behind in some idyllic town, its church spire outlined against a clear sky All the images had the w [...]


  2. Sava n ac mas zl , y k c l , insan ve do a zerinde yaratt etkisi b ylesine k sa bir kitapta ancak bu kadar arp c bir ekilde anlat labilirdi herhalde Echenoz, kendisine has minimalist slubuyla yine ok etkileyici Siperlerdeki cehennem atmosferi ok duru ama gayet vurucu bir ekilde verilmi Birinci D nya Sava n n patlak vermesinden bir hafta nce huzurlu bir k r ortam nda ba layan kitap, sava n sona ermesinden hemen sonra bir otel odas nda, biraz da umut verici bir sonla tamamlan yor Sava , zellikle d [...]


  3. An der franz sischen Westk ste, 1914 Anthime ist mit dem Fahrrad unterwegs, als die Glocken zu l uten beginnen Es ist Krieg Schon am n chsten Tag werden er, sein Bruder Charles und weitere Kameraden in der Kaserne eingekleidet und sie marschieren los Richtung Ardennen Was Anthime und Charles noch nicht wissen Charles Freundin Blanche bleibt schwanger zur ck.Iris Radisch nannte den 2012 erschienenen Roman von Jean Echenoz Eines der allerbesten B cher zum Ersten Weltkrieg Umschlagstext Was Echenoz [...]


  4. k sac k bir novella da sava n korkun lu unu, ncesini ve sonras n o kadar iyi bir bi imde aktarm ki echenoz.hi duygusal olmayan, hatta duygusuz bir bi imde, biz diyerek anlatan, kim oldu unu bilemedi imiz bir anlat c var bu anlat c her yerde, sava n i inde, d nda, insanlar n beyninde sanki her eyi o yap yor sava karan da o sanki, gencecik ocuklar n bir iki ayda geri d nerim yan lg s yla gitmesini sa layan da birer birer hayatlar n kaybedenlerin sorumlusu da.ime, bu k sac k metinde devle en bir an [...]


  5. Jean Echenoz, one of France s most talented and versatile writers, here tackles a formidable topic the First World War, which has already inspired a small library of great literature He succeeds at his task, somewhat surprisingly, without relying upon either historical breadth or psychological depth 14 has an extremely small cast of characters essentially five young men recruited together and one young woman left behind All these are portrayed strictly from the outside For example, one of the re [...]



  6. okudu um 3 echenoz kitab da yazar n dilini sevdi ime dair inanc m sarsmad fakat bu sefer farkl bir ey vard kitab n paralel kurgusu i inde anlat c her yerdeydi yani ana kahramanlar n hikayelerini 3 tekil ah olarak anlat rken birden kendisini de katarak 1 o ula ge i yap yordu ayn anda hem cephede, hem de bahse konu sava a kat lan askerlerin sava tan nce ya ad klar kasabada bu anlat m e lenceli hale getirirken biraz da yapayla t rm b yle oldu u i in 1 y ld z n k rd m, ama asl nda bug ne kadar yaz l [...]


  7. Not a very special short novel with a rather simple WWI story, told almost like a fairytail or tragicomedy One would think there is material enough here to write a fullgrown novel What did the writer intend to do Write a lighthearted version of the terrible happenings in which due to the irony of fate Anthime takes the position in life of his elder, previously unattainable brother


  8. I keep hoping for another novel from Echenoz that I ll enjoy as much as I m Gone but three novels on, that hasn t happened I was curious about 1914 published in French as 14 as it also happens to be his 14th novel, or so I read somewhere I m in the midst of what will probably be a year long reading project of fat histories of World War I These are an exceptional crop of books, as illuminated by R.J.W Evans s recent essay in the NYRB but I was ready for a breather.There s already a trove of novel [...]




  9. Excel lent i concentrada descripci de la primera guerra mundial des dels ulls de cinc joves francesos que condensa, en tot just 100 p gines, els trets m s notables de la comtesa l euf ria nacional popular per ltima vegada a la hist ria davant la immin ncia de l enfrontament armat, el descens a la realitat d aquest, l horror de les trinxeres i els efectes terribles de les armes modernes, els paissatges desolats de les ciutats que van perdre tota una generaci d homes joves i el quasi impossible en [...]


  10. Klein maar fijn.Over de gruwelen van de eerste wereldoorlog is reeds veel geschreven.Dit boek is anders het focust op de grote oorlog via de dagdagelijkse dingen.Anthime en zijn vrienden worden opgeroepen Ze kijken uit naar de oorlog , maar wat een verzetje van een twee weken moet worden, veranderd in een ingrijpende gebeurtenis voor allen.De gebeurtenissen overkomen de personages, het ongewone wordt deel van hun realiteit en hoe iedereen er op reageert is anders.Mooi boek je dat in al zijn eenv [...]


  11. Escolhi esta leitura pela tem tica da I Guerra Mundial, tendo descoberto este texto ap s a leitura de um outro livro sobre a mesma tem tica O que gostei mais foram as descri es de epis dios da guerra, as rela es entre os soldados, o resultado cruel dos bombardeamentos por obuses os estropiados, cegos e mortos A hist ria paralela dos dois irm os que v o para a guerra, um morre e o outro regressa sem um bra o e que posteriormente toma o lugar do irm o na vida da mulher e da filha dele, uma hist ri [...]




  12. Jean Echenoz, Prix Goncourt prize winner for I m Gone, writes precise, short, and well crafted novels and 1914 is no exception He can tell a compelling, important story in a very short amount of space using spare, beautiful prose This is especially well suited to 1914.Here, the story follows four young men, Anthime and his friends, Charles, Bossis, and Padioleau as they are called up and head off to the Ardennes in WWI from their village in the Vendee region of the Loire Later, we discover that [...]


  13. 98 p ginas le han servido a Echenoz para guiarnos en el tortuoso avance de la realidad cotidiana de la I Guerra Mundial Con cuatro pinceladas logras tener una visi n de conjunto de hasta qu punto un conflicto b lico trastoca un pa s, cada persona, animal o cosa La forma de vida, de trabajo, la organizaci n social y econ mica Y lo hace a trav s de las vidas de cuatro j venes y sus circunstancias Soberbia.


  14. Se pueden narrar cuatro a os de guerra en menos de 100 paginas Echenoz demuestra, con maestria, que es posible.Con una prosa sencilla, directa, pero dura como las balas que sobrevolaron los campos franceses en 1914, nos narra las vivencias de un grupo de soldados franceses durante la I Guerra Mundial.Un libro duro, directo, y que se devora de una sentada, y aun asi delicioso y disfrutable, que nos demuestra que, en ocasiones, menos es siempre mas.


  15. Le roman d Echenoz parvient en quelques pages d crire toutes les facettes de la Premi re guerre mondiale, du d but la fin Si l poque, maintes fois voqu e dans la litt rature fran aise, est admirablement mise en mots par touches successives la mani re des impressionnistes mobilisation, quipement d pass , aviation, alcool, tranch es, gaz, etc , l motion nait du contraste violent avec les tableaux naturalistes qui ponctuent ce r cit de la cruaut humaine.


  16. Lo que m s me ha sorprendido y gustado de esta novela es la distancia emocional que toma el narrador respecto a los hechos La primera guerra mundial nos resulta absurda y cruenta, pero como en cualquier otra situaci n las personas se adaptan y la vida sigue a pesar de todo Creo que es un complemento perfecto a Sin novedad en el frente.




  17. The novel 14 by Jean Echenov is a valid report of a war invalide Valid because of the density of the message Invalide goed not only for the main character, but all the for the circumstances the naivety with which the men are sent into war, the unpreparedness of those youngsters, the painful proven manoeuvre for Charles to put him high up in the air, the fate of the soldiers, invalide is the material from the factory and last but not least what about the future perspective of Anthime, because of [...]


  18. Un libro che mi ha lasciato un po attonito Poche e brevi ma efficacissime immagini per descrivere l orrore della guerra e la sua insensatezza, la crudezza della battaglia, lo schifo della vita in trincea, la stupidit dei militari, qua e l intervallate da quelle della vita nella provincia francese di primo novecento, altrettanto succinte, e ridotte all essenziale Il respiro del romanzo c , e anche lo stile, ma come trattenuto da questa esigenza di estrema concentrazione in brevi immagini, fino a [...]


  19. Bay Echenoz u okurken, kal n m kal n bir kitab n zetini okuyormu gibi hissettim K lliyat na bakt mda minimalist bir tarz oldu unu s yleyebilirim, bir ok kitab 200 sayfan n alt nda Anlat m n k sa ve z olmas n n yan s ra birinci o ul ah s a z ndan biraz da duygusuzca olmas , yazar n gazeteci oldu u izlenimini yaratt bende Bir kitapla de erlendirmek istemedi im i in di er kitaplar na da ans verece im ama bu k sa sava yk s nden ok tat ald m s yleyemem Yine de yazar tan mak ad na okuman z tavsiye ede [...]


  20. En todo escritor hay periodos, derivas y cambios donde el estilo apura su escritura y ambiciona otros horizontes creativos Con el cambio de siglo, la obra de Jean Echenoz pas del sarcasmo como herramienta para describir una realidad cada vez m s perdida e impracticable la del mundo del arte contempor neo que refleja en Me voy a la construcci n de peque os retratos hist ricos Relatos en los que cada l nea es un rel mpago, un ejercicio de condensaci n narrativa tan preciso como evocador De ah esa [...]


  21. En 2014, se conmemoraba el centenario del inicio de la I Guerra Mundial, que asol el continente europeo Jean Echenoz se adelant un a o, y en 2013, publicar a 14, donde el escenario son los frentes de batalla de dicha Guerra.Qui n est interesado en el tema tiene material b lico para darse un atrac n, pues hay cientos de libros publicados en 2014 que versan sobre la I Guerra Mundial Echenoz le da otro enfoque.Leo que este libro sintetiza lo mejor de la escritura echenoziana Ravel, me gust bastante [...]


  22. Ik ben een fan van Echenoz, want ik bewonder de manier waarop hij in dunne boekjes vol quasi laconieke, vederlichte en ironische zinnetjes hele werelden oproept vol vergeefsheid en ongrijpbare leegte Ook jarenlange levens vol spanning en tragiek brengt hij als een zinloze korte mistige flard waar je alleen met verbazing naar kijken kunt, als iets wat zich aan alle grote woorden en hero ek onttrekt Door die quasi laconieke lichtvoetigheid wordt elke grandeur vermeden, en juist DAT onderstreept de [...]


  23. As suggested by its title, 1914 serves as both the key and the cornerstone of the story A story shaped in every way by war 1914 has as its focus 5 men from the Vend e in the Loire Region of France Anthime, an accountant by training his cousin Charles who felt himself superior to his 4 compatriots Padioleau, a skilled butcher Bossi and Arcenel who joined the Army the day after mobilization was declared and were assigned to the same regiment at the Front in the earliest days of the war The author [...]


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