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review æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ò André Gide “Romance de um romance ue se escreve” como diria o protagonista Com estilo notoriamente refinado e inovações ue marcaram época Gide prescinde da cronologia e estrutura narrativa. Les faux Monnayeurs The Counterfeiters André Gide André Paul Guillaume GideThe Counterfeiters is a 1925 novel by French author André Gide The Counterfeiters adorn three parts Part One The events in this section take place in Paris in the author's childhood alleys Part II It happens in one of the Swiss villages Third part It happens again in Paris; the story time is not than five months; from the end of spring to the end of the story; and the story takes place before the First World War The plot revolves around Bernard a school friend of Olivier's With many characters and crisscrossing plot lines The Counterfeiters is a novel within a novel with Edouard the alter ego of Gide intending to write a book of the same title Other stylistic devices are also used such as an omniscient narrator who sometimes addresses the reader directly weighs in on the characters' motivations or discusses alternate realities Therefore the book has been seen as a precursor of the new roman The structure of the novel was written to mirror Cubism in that it interweaves between several different plots and portrays multiple points of view تاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه دسامبر سال 1973 میلادیعنوان سکه سازان؛ نویسنده آندره ژید آندره پل گیوم ژید؛ حسن فرهمندی؛ تهران، امیرکبیر، 1335؛ در 400 ص، عکس، چاپ سوم 1349؛ ویرایشهای دیگر با مقدمه و حواشی در 667 ص؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، کتابفروشی زوار، 1359، در 546 ص؛ چاپ پنجم؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، ماهی، 1386، در 479 ص؛ چاپ دوم ماهی 1388؛ چاپ سوم 1392؛ شابک 9789649971223؛سکه سازان را سه بخش آراسته؛ بخش نخست در 232 ص است، رخدادهای این بخش، در پاریس، و در کوچه های کودکی نویسنده، میگذرد؛ بخش دوم در 76 ص است، در یکی از دهکده های سوئیس، روی میدهد بخش سوم در 236 ص، باز هم در پاریس روی میدهد؛ زمان داستان بیش از پنج ماه نیست؛ از پایان بهار، تا پایان پائیز؛ و تاریخ رخداد داستان، پیش از جنگ جهانگیر نخست است؛ سکه سازان یک رمان انتقادی ست؛ اشخاص داستان سی و پنج تن هستند، از هرگونه آدمی در بین آنها هست؛ برنار مضطرب؛ آرمان منحرف؛ ونسان مردد؛ کشیشان، معلمان، پدران و مادران فرمانبر شیوه های کهن؛ و یک زن استثنایی، شیک پوش، زیبا، ثروتمند و لیدی گریفیث لیلیان؛ ایشان به خدا و شیطان، به هر دو، اعتنا ندارد؛ و موجب نومیدی نویسنده نیز، هست ادوار، هم بازیگر ست، هم تماشاگر؛ و هم داستان نویس؛ در طول رمان، دو داستان ادامه مییابد، یکی واقعی و رئال، و دیگری ایده آل و سمبولیک بدینگونه ژید دوگانگی انسان را میبیند و؛ ا شربیانی

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Les Faux monnayeurs characters ñ 104 ☆ ➵ [Read] ➯ Les Faux monnayeurs By André Gide ✤ – Gym-apparel.co.uk “Romance de um romance ue se escreve” como diria o protagonista Com estilo notoriamente refinado e inovações ue marcaram época Gide prescinde da cronologia e estrutura narrativa tradicionais Pa “Romance Modelo Os moedeiros falsos não são para Gide apenas os jovens ue escoam dinheiro fraudulento mas os falsários no espírito e na letra todos os ue vivem na mentira de sentimentos fals. This book I couldn't figure out The feeling I get after reading it was similar to the time I read American Psycho On the surface you wonder what's going on when is this going to get interesting And you might leave disappointed There's something subliminal about the Counterfeiters that is beyond my intelligence to figure out The characters are meshed together in one book which seem to act as a pressure cooker Gide instead of letting the plot twists and turns let the story flow as the characters lead them to following their respective personalities and conflicts Edouard's journal's his efforts with HIS own version of the Counterfeiters how much of that reflects the novel Which begs the uestion how mcuh of it reflects Gide's life at least in the time of writingThe form of the novel is uniue depending on which version you pick up It's probably better to pick up the one with Gide's own journals and also the appendix One of the story is about writing about writing So it follows with Gide's journals the book is about writing about writing about writing among its many themes Gide tried to fit as much as he knew in one book That in itself should be respected It does tend to get messy at times due to Gide's ambitions but you should just press onThe English version translation I got out from my library the only one by Bussy wasn't great But I'm not sure what other translations are like If you could read French though that may be the best asset for reading this book

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Les Faux monnayeursTradicionais Para tanto Les Faux PDF Gide concebe um herói o escritor Edouard ue lhe é muito próximo e o contrapõe a Bernard Profitendieu ue a seu jeito é igualmente um personagem. The Counterfeiters is a book for writers intellectuals or learners It's an odd book with crisscrossing themes and story lines Difficult to follow I gave up trying to follow it Gide a winner of the Nobel prize for literature is an old time writer the emphasis being on writer rather than novelist In those days there weren't that many writers around and writers often were able to put whatever they wanted in their booksAnd Gide put a lot in this book It's just not much of a story Ostensibly it's about a young artist's search for artistic authenticity But that search gets twisted in a hundred different directions ending up only as strands heading in a general direction And yet in the process much insightful information about art and the artistic process is provided And information about life Consider these gemsIt very often suffices to add together a uantity of little facts which taken separately are very simple and very natural to arrive at a sum which is monstrousthe greatest intelligence is precisely the one that suffers most from its own limitationsLike a Renaissance man Gide's thoughts are learned and broad ranging and yet clearly the book's predominant emphasis is on art specifically writing Even in this edition anyway at the end there is Gide's notebook on his process of how he wrote the novel And it's good information Like be guided by the words rather than force them into submissionSo read this novel for entertainment I would say not really Read it to read a brilliant man and learn from him You're getting warmer Read it to learn about art and writing You're hot nowHave a little spare time I've free flash fiction all stories under 1K at my website greggbellnet