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Ta bosse Rafaniello est triste de ne pas partir heureux de sa bosse jusu'ici un sac d'os et de pommes de terre sur le dos impossible à décharger ce sont des ailes ce sont des ailes me raconte t il en baissant de plus en plus la voix et les taches de rousseur remuent autour de ses yeux verts fixés en haut sur la grande fenêtre». I so want to rate this one higher because I was so captivated by the language tone and story of this novel However I had some reservations that faded as I went along but which never fully disappeared It mostly has to do with a feeling that De Luca somewhat romanticizes the working class of Naples in the 1950 s There s nothing wrong with that in principle and since the book uses fantastical elements one could certainly argue that it fits the idea of the book very well I also were pulled out of the book when the adolescent narrators sexuality came into the picture I just wasn t convinced that it was really happen Antonioni Or The Surface Of The World ne pas partir heureux de sa bosse jusu'ici un sac d'os et de pommes de terre sur le dos impossible à décharger ce sont des ailes ce sont des ailes me raconte t il en baissant de plus en plus la voix et les taches de rousseur remuent autour de ses yeux verts fixés en haut sur la grande fenêtre». I so want to rate this one higher because I was so captivated by the language tone and story of this weekend-language-presenting-with-more-stories-and-less-powerpoint novel However I had some reservations that faded as I went along but which business-secrets-from-the-bible-spiritual-success-strategies-for-financial-abundance never fully disappeared It mostly has to do with a feeling that De Luca somewhat romanticizes the working class of Naples in the 1950 s There s the-vanderbeekers-and-the-hidden-garden nothing wrong with that in principle and since the book uses fantastical elements one could certainly argue that it fits the idea of the book very well I also were pulled out of the book when the adolescent barnum-s-own-story-the-autobiography-of-p-t-barnum narrators sexuality came into the picture I just wasn t convinced that it was really happen

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Montedidio

épond l'ange ui connaît son vrai nom tu iras à Jérusalem avec tes ailes Moi je vais à pied même si je suis un ange et toi tu iras jusu'au mur occidental de la ville sainte avec une paire d'ailes fortes comme celles du vautour Et ui me les donnera insiste Rafaniello Tu les as déjà lui dit celui ci elles sont dans l'étui de. I ve read a fair few of this type of coming of age book but this is the best It is a story beautifully told Set in Naples in 1957 it concerns the key few weeks in the adolescence of a young boy From a very family the unnamed narrator is able to deal with the sickness and death of his mother chiefly due to his new friendship with Maria his first girl friend His father cannot read or write and only speaks the Neapolitan dialect no Italian The boy has finished school at the end of 5th grade at the age of 13 The translator Michael Moore needs to share the praise often such books lose something in translation As

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«Chacun de nous vit avec un ange c'est ce u'il dit et les anges ne voyagent pas si tu pars tu le perds tu dois en rencontrer un autre Celui u'il trouve à Naples est un ange lent il ne vole pas il va à pied Tu ne peux pas t'en aller à Jérusalem lui dit il aussitôt Et ue dois je attendre demande Rafaniello Cher Rav Daniel lui r. I got up at 5 this morning and my first thought was not getting back to sleep but finishing the book Well I ve done that and now I have that particular feeling of ending a good book loving the book the people the words and at the same time feeling a void That feeling of not wanting to leave And that is it I do not want to leave I want to read eventhough Erri had warned and consoled me about this right in the story itself When you get homesick it s not something missing it s something present a visit People and places from far away arrive and keep you company for a while


10 thoughts on “Montedidio

  1. says:

    Montedidio Erri De Luca This is a story told by a boy in his thirteenth year recorded in his secret diary His life is about to chang

  2. says:

    I got up at 5 this morning and my first thought was not getting back to sleep but finishing the book Well I've done that and now I have that particular feeling of ending a good book loving the book the people the words and at the same time feeling a void That feeling of not wanting to leave And that is it I do

  3. says:

    That was a good antidote to the Vesaas the opposite of melodrama everything described simply and directly It's also a nice antidote to the constant discourse of merit based on suffering a whole other way of writing on the left This book is about ordinary people their lives their problems the details all described

  4. says:

    I’ve read a fair few of this type of coming of age book but this is the best It is a story beautifully told Set in Naples in 1957 it concerns the key few weeks in the adolescence of a young boy From a very family the unnamed narrator is able to deal with the sickness and death of his mother chiefly due to his new friendship with Maria his f

  5. says:

    I really loved this little book though page after page I found myself asking why was I enjoying it so much?It's a fairly average boring 'plot' concerning the coming of age of a young man in Napolidetailing all of the wonderfully eccentric characters he met Not that much happens though so I would understand if someone were to say that it's a pointless read not really even delivering much of a story but what it does give is some o

  6. says:

    Another masterpiece by Erri de Luca I'm now looking forward to reading by this novelist If I had read this book before Three Horses I might have given it five stars but as good as it is it still doesn't measure up to the poetic voice of Three

  7. says:

    This is book is all about growing pains the loss of innocence and the bitterness of the transition from childhood to adulthood So beautiful

  8. says:

    I so want to rate this one higher because I was so captivated by the language tone and story of this novel However I had some reservations that faded as I went along but which never fully disappeared It mostly has to do with a feeling that De Luca somewhat romanticizes the working class of Naples in the 1950's There's nothing wrong with that

  9. says:

    An enjoyable if ultimately rather conventional male coming of age story set in early 1960s Naples Montedidio takes the form of brief

  10. says:

    1960s Naples The crammed neighborhood of Montedidio where “there’s not enough room to spit between your feet

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