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Bartleby e compagnia Enrique Vila-Matas Danilo Manera Bartleby e compagnia Un impiegato met Pessoa e met Kafka scrive un diario fatto di note a pi di pagina a commento di un testo fantasma Con piglio pacato e una raffinata stringatezza stilistica va a caccia di bartleby es

  • Title: Bartleby e compagnia
  • Author: Enrique Vila-Matas Danilo Manera
  • ISBN: 9788807016127
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bartleby e compagnia Enrique Vila-Matas Danilo Manera Un impiegato met Pessoa e met Kafka scrive un diario fatto di note a pi di pagina a commento di un testo fantasma Con piglio pacato e una raffinata stringatezza stilistica va a caccia di bartleby , esseri che ospitano dentro di s una profonda negazione del mondo e prendono il nome del famoso scrivano di Melville che preferiva non fare e non parlare I bartleby finiscUn impiegato met Pessoa e met Kafka scrive un diario fatto di note a pi di pagina a commento di un testo fantasma Con piglio pacato e una raffinata stringatezza stilistica va a caccia di bartleby , esseri che ospitano dentro di s una profonda negazione del mondo e prendono il nome del famoso scrivano di Melville che preferiva non fare e non parlare I bartleby finiscono per non scrivere nulla pur avendo tutto il talento necessario, oppure, se esordiscono, rinunciano presto alla scrittura Un libro ironico ma anche incantato dal sortilegio della parola.
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    1. Take a minute and think about all of the books that you will read in your life Imagine a large room, books stacked floor to ceiling everything you ve read Now imagine outside of that room all of the books that you will never read they line the halls, choke the doorway and cascade down the front steps to a sea of tomes that looks endless down the street As a reader, those books are as good as having never been writ You can know of them, but without sampling between the covers you can t really kno [...]

    2. 5 stars for the idea 5 stars for the execution 5 stars for the lasting consideration that will haunt my reading 5 stars for the ones many of you won t and, perhaps, shouldn t give it yourself.Before you read this volume, if you should choose to, read or re read Bartleby, the Scrivener, unless, of course, you prefer not to.For me, many roads lead toward or away from Roberto Bola o E V M is one of the landmarks on those roads Of Bartleby Co Bola o has written in Between Parentheses Essays, Article [...]

    3. Un escritor que no escribe es un monstruo cortejando a la locura Franz KafkaEste a o ha sido muy intenso para m en lo que a literatura se refiere, y parte de esa intensidad se debe a la gran cantidad de cl sicos que pude leer, pero adem s porque tuve la oportunidad de descubrir muchos autores y libros que nunca hab a le do y que me han resultado maravillosos, gratificantes, encantadores En el caso de los autores conoc a Yukio Mishima, Anne Bront , Leonid Andreiev, H.C Lewis, William Golding, Mig [...]

    4. According to Enrique Vila Matas there s a Literature of the No which doesn t exist but is still very important Well, there s also a Reviewer of the No and it s me, and I sayNOto this maundering waffly postmodern excuse In order to say YES to this book you need to enjoya many many many references to writers you will never have heard of unless you are a student of second division European literature Do these names show up on your radar Bobi BazlenMarcel SchwobGustav JanouchClement CadouFelipe Alfa [...]

    5. My friend is telling me how innovative is Junot Diaz s 2007 book The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao because it uses too many footnotes and they are all interesting footnotes and even interesting than the book s main story.I agree But I would like him to wait and read this 2000 first published book by a Spanish author, Enrique Vila Matas, Bartleby Co Why Because it is all footnotes This is a book of footnotes so there are no chapter numbers or headers but only numbers at the beginning of each [...]

    6. E incredibile Ho appena attribuito 5 stelle a un libro che, praticamente, mi confina nel ruolo della cretina integrale Se ne deduce che dev essere proprio vero ROTFLPS Appena mi passa la ridarella , metto assieme un commento meno cretino Nell ambito delle mie possibilit di cretina , ovviamente DComunque, ve lo consiglio sin d ora E davvero notevole Ok, la ridarella mi passata Questo libro non proprio un romanzo, bench lo sia.Non neanche proprio un saggio, ma anche questo.E neppure una raccolta d [...]

    7. Es un gozo cuando la literatura se convierte en una celebraci n de la inteligencia, no como ese fr o instrumento cuyo uso ha convertido al hombre en la dudosa cima de la cadena alimenticia, sino como esa risue a compa a capaz de prevenirnos a un tiempo de nuestro desamparo y nuestra esperanza Es un gozo porque recupera una faceta tristemente relegada por el desd n generalizado hacia la labor del pensamiento esa cara del ser humano como criatura de abstracciones y reflexiones, capaz, s , de crear [...]

    8. Any individual part of this book would have merited five stars, but as a whole I can only give three I am sure it would have been much intellectual if I were well read enough to sift amusing fact from playful fiction As such, it was great fun, but pointless fun.

    9. Footnotes to a book that doesn t exist about writers who stopped writing those in the No by a solitudinous Spanish hunchback Clear, affectationless prose A hybrid of biography, pseudobiography, pseudoautobiography, review, invention, quotation, invented quotation, and quick sad tales centerlessly centered on Rimbaud, Duchamp, Kafka, Beckett, Melville, Hawthorne, Salinger, Saramago, Cervantes, Henry Roth, and dozens of other writers of the No, whether real or imagined A unique yet totally readabl [...]

    10. Il fondo delle navi Scrivere anche non parlare E tacere E urlare senza emettere suoni Marguerite DurasLa cosa pi ragionevole dopo aver letto Bartleby e Compagnia di Enrique Vila Matas sarebbe il silenzio, una rinuncia a scrivere che ne accolga la vocazione al negativo e ne accetti l inafferrabile invito a ascoltare tacitamente un universo letterario indescrivibile e inesauribile Scritte come note a un testo fantasma, le storie di questo ricercato viandante del possibile letterario sono aneddoti [...]

    11. Hoy en d a, ya s lo nos cabe repetir S lo nos quedan unos pocos detalles nfimos todav a inexplorados S lo le queda al hombre actual la tarea m s ingrata y menos brillante, la de llenar los huecos con una algarab a de detalles Marcel Maniere Infierno perfumado Bartleby o c mo traducir las pulsiones de creatividad y su efervescencia heterog nea de emociones prescindiendo del mbito estricto del lenguaje Es acaso la literatura la in til persecuci n de una inmortalidad imposible, un inventario fugaz [...]

    12. reviewed in March 2011A fine blend of 30% fact, 30% fiction, 30% humour plus a good dose of geniusI enjoyed this immensely, especially not knowing half the time which characters were real and which were fictional However I didn t find any reference to the fictional writer, Alejandro Bevilacqua from Alberto Manguel s All Men Are Liars in this intriguing book by Enrique Vila Matas about writers who refuse to write Manguel claimed that Bevilacqua was mentioned in this book Another elaborate hoax

    13. Vila Matas makes a fool of himself when talking about Arthur Rimbaud but this is the rule among Spaniard writers, Fernando Arrabal aside , and I ll use Hegel s dialectics to explain why 1 Thesis Rimbaud was a literacy martyr This is a well known statement, limited vision, clich , you name it 2 Vila Matas s antithesis which backfires in the synthesis against Enrique s pseudolucidity Rimbaud stopped drinking, smoking and writing poetry for becoming a soulless hardworking dude and never looking bac [...]

    14. Como estamos enganados em tantas coisas que convicta eu estava de que s gostava de ler romancesComprei este livro como compro muitos outros sem me preocupar em saber de que tratava, apenas motivada pelas estrelas do , particularmente as de alguns amigos, cujas leituras e opini es sigo atentamente por experi ncias e surpresas como esta, que me enriquecem e me proporcionam momentos de grande prazer, que sou dependente desta rede social e bendigo o dia em que nela me inscrevi.Afinal se este livro n [...]

    15. Hay que ser muy bartleby para apreciar estas 86 notas sin texto, o notas a pie de p gina que comentan un texto invisible Por ellas desfilan los principales escritores del No, aquellos que en un momento dado decidieron no escribir una sola l nea m s Melville el patriarca del movimiento , Walser, Rulfo, Rimbaud, Hawthorne, Guy de Maupassant, Salinger, Kafka, Gracq, Felisberto Hern ndez Si este libro me ha gustado tanto ser que soy m s bartleby de lo que cre a.

    16. I can t really think about this book without comparing it to Markson s Vanishing Point They re both collections of little tidbits about authors, although Vila Matas tidbits all fall under the theme of literature of the No masterpieces left unwritten, epic cases of writer s block, writerly suicides, literature that constitutes denial of the significance of literature.Bartleby and Co mostly fails for me, though, because Vanishing Point s anecdotes tell a real story, albeit a hidden one You don t s [...]

    17. As usual, Mike Puma is right and Paul Bryant is wrong The Spanish David Markson All wrapped up in books For lovers of anti novels and trivia.

    18. Amusing enough, I suppose, an extended wry reflection on a particular attitude toward literature presented in the form of footnotes to a book that hasn t been written given the contents of the footnotes, one might at least feel grateful for that I couldn t help but feel that this was an exercise in flaunting the author s erudition to very little purpose Why else would you write such a book of half baked philosophy and limited entertainment or educational value Perplexing.

    19. Tutti conosciamo i bartleby sono quegli esseri che ospitano dentro di s una profonda negazione del mondo Un impiegato proprio come Bartleby decide di assentarsi dal lavoro fingendo una depressione Solitario e gobbo si sente comunque felice perch ha un compito da portare a termine e a cui si vuole dedicare completamente Oggi pi che mai, perch do inizio in data 8 luglio 1999 a questo diario che sar al contempo un quaderno di note a pi di pagina a commento di un testo invisibile che spero possa dim [...]

    20. These phantom books, invisible texts, are the ones that knock at our door one day and, when we go to receive them, for what is often a trivial reason, they disappear we open the door and they are no longer there, they have gone Take an exhaustive excursion to a library of unwritten masterpieces, to a cemetery of buried ambitions, dead hopes and ruined aspirations and Enrique Vila Matas will be your scholarly and knowledgeable guide Everything changes except God In six months even death changes f [...]

    21. From Herman Melville s Bartleby the scrivener who says NO for no visible reason I prefer not to, was his mantra of refusal the Spanish writer Enrique Vila Matas conceived of a theme of silence in literature, tackling writers and artists like Marcel Duchamp who gave up painting for chess who preferred not to continue with their writing or art Vila Matas displaying an extensive reading and research of his subject matter paid homage here to what he coined the Writers of the No If you love reading a [...]

    22. C mo no va a gustarme un libro que empieza de esta guisa Nunca tuve suerte con las mujeres, soporto con resignaci n una penosa joroba, todos mis familiares m s cercanos han muerto, soy un pobre solitario que trabaja en una oficina pavorosa Por lo dem s, soy feliz Estoy rendido a este no escritor de novelas que son ensayos o de ensayos que son ficci n atormentado por la inutilidad o la imposibilidad o la magnificencia inalcanzable de su oficio y de la vida Por qu escribir Por qu vivir Por qu deja [...]

    23. ya am mda yaln zca ey vard yazman n olanaks zl , yazma olas l ve yaln zl ksize bamba ka bir bak a s getirdim ret edebiyat , bir kabus, bir yazmama sendromuedebiyatta bir u ursuzluk var, moral k nt s n n en b y k sorumlusu yazmak s zc kler bile terk etti bizi ve bununla da her ey s ylenip bittiki, bu minik ansiklopedide, i erisindeki seksen be maddede, bu s zlerin zerine ne s yleniyor fonda chet baker varken platon, kafka, beckett, borges, wittgenstein, balzac, victor hugo, sokrates, burgess, sal [...]

    24. No sab a que esperar cuando lo comenc , simplemente era un libro recomendado Pens a inicialmente que era un ensayo para darme cuenta que era una novela ensayo de un escritor que escritor que escribe sobre un escritor que habla del problema de los escritores que no escriben o dejaron de escribir Idea interesante, que para mi sorpresa fue muy bien ejecutada y hacen que se lea el libro de una manera muy fluida y se disfrute todos los sucesos sobre autores y su posici n frente a la No escritura.

    25. I picked this up because I have such great affection for Melville s Bartleby, the Scrivener, the Wall Street scribe who ultimately preferred not to write I love the premise of this anti book The piece is a collection of footnotes, written by a reclusive hunchback who is unable to write Very dark, very funny I found myself nodding in agreement every five pages Vila Matas explores the reasons behind the pathological refusal to do what you know you crave to do I enjoyed the narrator s friend, Luis [...]

    26. Was reminded of this after posting a portrait of my office loser persona yesterday The narrator is a hunchbacked loser who takes a leave from work to write a book, but is blocked, but in his blockage writes a book in the form of footnotes about authors or authors characters throughout history who either refused to write, or couldn t write due to blockage, or who wrote but refused to reveal much of themselves, or who simply preferred silence or to remain non entities, etc What he calls Writers of [...]

    27. There is a nihilist edge to this taxonomy, one which is evident and continues to persist I find its serial interrogation necessary but not exactly fulfilling That may be the point, it is likely the point We can own our repetitions and accept our failing memories We elect to refrain and endure likewise Melville and Walser can offer tacit assistance We only need dispose ourselves accordingly.

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