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Một Tiểu Thuyết Pháp (2011)

by Frédéric Beigbeder(Favorite Author)
3.57 of 5 Votes: 5
Nhã Nam & NXB Văn Học
review 1: Не очаквах, че ще харесам творчеството на Бегбеде, предвид това какво знам за автора и с какво впечатление съм останала от публичния му имидж.Въпреки това, реших да съм непредубедена и да разтворя тази книга с чисто сърце и ум и да видя какво има да предложи.А то пък се оказа, че тя има да дава много. Честна и откровена до болка, разтваряща дебрите на душата - не само авторовата, но и на читателя. Този, който никога не можеш да излъж... moreеш, никога не можеш да заблудиш в искреността си. И трябва да призная, че накрая се разчувствах - не мога да не симпатизирам на някого, толкова дълбоко обичащ детето си. Толкова, че да се разслои на съставни части и да изследва живота си, себе си, за да намери причината за провалите и загубите. Загубите, които не са само негови, а на цялото му семейство. За да разбере какви грешки е допуснал и до къде са довели те. Може би, за да не ги допуска отново?!В момент на равносметка и преосмисляне на цялостната си същност, авторът иска тази книга да бъде смятана за първата му, за да може читателят да каже, че наистина го познава. Защото, сам признава, не е бил откровен в другите си книги, изграждал е образи-маски, зад които да крие провала си. "Един френски роман" за оголването на човешката същност. Препоръчвам с две ръце!
review 2: What to say? One of the best books I read in my life! You know those books that make such an impression on you, they stay inprinted in your mind and you always recall them in your lows and your peaks? Well, this is one of them. When I first took it to read it, I didn't know what the book is about, cover suggested it is not a thriller. :) Since I didn't read his works earlier, I had no idea what to expect. And in my humble opinion, that is the best possible position you can take when starting to read a book.To be honest, start was not promising, I wasn't into it at all. In a begining book resembles Tarantino's 'Pulp fiction' and althogh I really enjoyed the film, I have to be 'in a mood' to see it again. I was in a tram, taking 40 minutes ride to home at 9 pm with a load of loud and tired people around me. First I'm trying to get a seat so I can read, then I feel guilty for finding one 'cause some of the older ladies who entered few stops after I did, don't have a seat of their own. Such an agony! So, just like 'Pulp fiction' it starts from the end of the story and through the book you start discovering what is happening and what happened prior the thing you just read. And, this is where all the parallels with 'Pulp fiction' stop.It is not the story that you find yourself in, but an inside of Beigbeder's mind.It is a kind of an intimate journey you could take when reading your own diary. Beigbeder opened himself to the last cell in his body, brain and muscle. It is so incredibly honest! You can hear his heartbeat, you can feel his breath.It's just like your friend coming to you one evening. First he starts talking about what happened yesterday, then starts joking about his life, then mocking himself and at the end he is sobbing on your shoulder confessing his deapest fears, lies, illusions and faults. What especially impresses, is the style of his writing.With this kind of 'theme' (can you call it a theme?), it's easy to become predictable and cheesy.But Beigbeder is none of it. Oh no! He is so smart and observative, in a philosophical way, but not presumptuous. His language is so comprehensive, it feels as if he draws little pictures to you, not talking to you. At the end, you're left with movie playing in your mind.This novel doesn't only talk about life or a childhood or a human nature.It is an honest witness of our humanity. less
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Acide, pétillant, poignant, reflet d'une époque, une culture et une mentalité.
Très beau livre pourtant je me suis méfié vu l'auteur.
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