Gente de Hemsö

Gente de Hemsö

August Strindberg / Feb 23, 2020
Gente de Hems Gente de Hems considerado uma das obras primas de August Strindberg Escrito na sua maior parte quando o autor se encontrava no ex lio auto imposto foi publicado pela primeira vez em pela editor
  • Title: Gente de Hemsö
  • Author: August Strindberg
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gente de Hems considerado uma das obras primas de August Strindberg Escrito na sua maior parte quando o autor se encontrava no ex lio auto imposto, foi publicado pela primeira vez em 1887, pela editora Bonniers, de Estocolmo Estrondoso sucesso desde sua apari o, este romance foi concebido, nas palavras do pr prio Strindberg, para reconquistar seu p blico depois de umGente de Hems considerado uma das obras primas de August Strindberg Escrito na sua maior parte quando o autor se encontrava no ex lio auto imposto, foi publicado pela primeira vez em 1887, pela editora Bonniers, de Estocolmo Estrondoso sucesso desde sua apari o, este romance foi concebido, nas palavras do pr prio Strindberg, para reconquistar seu p blico depois de uma fase marcada pela pol mica e pelo ostracismo liter rio A obra tra a um quadro da natureza f sica e humana dos arquip lagos suecos, ber o cultural da Su cia poucos escritos s o t o caracter sticos daquele pa s escandinavo Fino retrato psicol gico de diversas personagens cativantes, Gente de Hems alia humor e lirismo, ocupando um lugar mpar em meio obra posterior de Strindberg, carregada de tens es e conflitos psicol gicos Adaptado para teatro, cinema e TV, traduzido para diversos idiomas, este romance permanece at hoje como uma das obras mais queridas do povo sueco.
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      • August Strindberg

        Johan August Strindberg was a Swedish writer, playwright, and painter Along with Henrik Ibsen, S ren Kierkegaard, Selma Lagerl f and Hans Christian Andersen he is arguably the most influential and famous of all Scandinavian authors Strindberg is known as one of the fathers of modern theatre His work falls into two major literary movements, Naturalism and Expressionism He is widely read in Sweden and internationally to this day.

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    1. For once that Strindberg offers us a little good comedy, almost familiar, interrupting almost his anti feminist speech, his lamentations on the life of a couple, and his religious torment, do not sulk especially our pleasure More than for other novels, we must consider that the subject of this one takes place in the context of Sweden at the end of the nineteenth century If this distance in space and time was disdained by the reader spectator, he would risk missing some of the stakes of this work [...]


    2. I read this after a trip to Sweden to get a Strindberg under my belt, and possibly because it was described as his most accessible and light hearted book Maybe so, but not memorable I think it was a satire on a man who rises through ignorance, but I m not even sure of that Sorry, August.


    3. Synd att man inte kan ge 0 stj rnor Hur n gon n gong ng i tiden kan ha gillat eller uppskattat Strindberg r ett mysterium f r mig.


    4. Due racconti lunghi o romanzi brevi scritti a distanza di vent anni uno dall altro, il primo del 1887, il secondo del 1906, completamente diversi per le atmosfere che vi si vivono, ma anche legati da una tematica che quella della grande letteratura novecentesca.Ho preferito il primo, un racconto naturalistico con lo sfondo della meravigliosa natura svedese, della quale ci sono descrizioni bellissime, in cui Strindberg narra gli effetti provocati su un tranquillo pure troppo villaggio in una dell [...]


    5. This novel chronicles the life of people living on the Swedish island of Hemso The island is so small and isolated that the church which the islanders attend, to be honest not that frequently, is found on a separate island and is virtually inaccessible during winter or in a storm And as can be predicted, everyone on this small island knows everyone else s business and is excessively suspicious of the outsider Carlsson when he arrives As Carlsson works on the Flod farm, for which he was hired, he [...]


    6. Wenn man den Namen August Strindberg h rt, denkt man nicht direkt an Kom dien aber dieses kleine Buch ist unglaublich komisch Es wird gesoffen, gearbeitet, gefeiert, geliebt und gestorben, und das alles auf den Sch ren in Schweden im 19 Jahrhundert Der Protagonist Carlsson ist einer oben vom Binnenland , der versucht, sich durch Heirat einen gutgehenden Hof auf Hems unter den Nagel zu rei en was ihm auch gelingt, jedenfalls was die Heirat anbelangt wenn ich jetzt an die Leute auf Hems denke, m c [...]


    7. I went on a tear on 2007 and read all of Henrik Ibsen and all ofAugust Strindberg Before I could get to all of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, I had to turn back to writing, and I can t read while I write Strindberg is wonderful A bit sarcastic than Ibsen and less tragedic But both are great Though I m not a big fan of Peer Gynt Strindberg s parody of Peer Gynt, Lucky Per s Journey is a hoot If you ever have a chance to see it performed, definitely go I haven t reviewed individual plays Read them all, [...]


    8. I ve converted into a Strinberg fan and I doubt I would find much that I dislike that he wrote This one banned him from Hemso because too many of the people recognized themselves in it It s a novel rather than a play and it s funny instead of serious An ambitious mainlander comes to the island as a supervisor for a farm that has gone to pot He manages to get it on its feet and producing But, he is ambitious and this leads him to other connivances, which would spoil the ending if I let you know B [...]


    9. The most accessible of the better known novels by the artist, playwrite and novelist August Strindberg This dramatic story of a man who travels to an Island in Stockholm s archipelago to marry a wealthy widow was based on ill concealed true life people on the real life island where the author spent a few summers The book disgraced a lot of people upon it s late 1800 s publication and Strindberg was not welcome back to the island.A recommended starting point or, if you are to read just one book, [...]


    10. August Strindberg 1849 1912 is one of Sweden s most famous authors He is known for his modern, realistic novels and for his contributions to the debate in the domestic politic of his home country Serious enoughHems borna is something speciale story is hilarious and was a big success already as it was released in 1887 It is by far the most fun novel I have ever read, and his portrait of Karlsson, the main character, is striking of a man who tries to be something he most certainly is not I have no [...]


    11. A true example of Strindbergs realism and life in the Swedish archipelago at the time Interesting and informative read about lies and scams, but i found the writing itself a little too complicated and heavy to read with the local expressions etc read in Swedish.


    12. The Red Room was my first Strindberg, and I was disappointedbut this was far to my taste The narrative is crammed with lively incident and intriguing characters, all of whom are morally ambiguous Sometimes you find yourself revising your opinions of them, or just gaining a deeper understanding of the complexity of human behaviour no mean achievement in such a short novel Best of all is the way the life and landscape of the nineteenth century Swedish archipelago is brought vividly to life Oh to [...]


    13. Positiv verraskning nog min b sta l supplevelse med Strindberg Handlingen r t tare och stilen h rdare driven n i R da rummet, satiren mindre raljerande och kverulant Alla karakt rer k nns helgjutna Ber ttelsen kan l sas som tidl s fabel.


    14. Boken r gammaldags, och k nns gammaldags, men r en god skildring av livet p sk rg rds n Den var l ttl st och snabbl st.



    15. imiplace123 2017Insula fericitilor, editie Litera, Bucuresti, 1992, traducere Nora Iuga, e o mostra de viziune artistica a spiritului vizionar al artistului dedicat scrisului, originar din Suedia mijlocului secolului al XIX lea, August Strindberg Pasionat de scris si consacrat in arta dramaturgica, talentatul artist cu polivalente expresive se remarca printr o critica vadita a politicii si sistemului coercitiv de oranduire sociala, experimentat chiar in primii sai ani de viata O parabola, oglind [...]


    16. Fins do s c XIX, aparentemente Numa remota quinta da su cia localizada numa ilha, h uma fam lia composta por uma vi va h 2 anos, seu filho, a sair da adolesc ncia 20 anos 2 criadas, um criado novo e um criado velho, pelo menos A essa quinta que estava a ficar descuidada no aspeto agr cola, pois o jovem s ligava ca a e pesca, chega um homem quase quarent o, como encarregado, pretensioso, chamado Carlsson, que p ante p , come a a guindar se na hierarquia, chegando mesmo a casar com a vi va N o de [...]


    17. Ber ttelsen utspelar sig kring Stockholms sk rg rd p Hems , d r Carlsson tar en anst llning som en dr ng hos nkan Flod och successivt tar han kommandot om hush llet och produktionen Det r en ironisk ber ttelse om hur synden straffar sig sj lvt En v ldigt modern i sin tid, tycker jag Om att n ssla sig in hos andra genom att svindla och spela dubbelspel Strindberg ans g att sk nlitteratur var en sl seri med tid och ist llet terspeglar hans b cker av det verklighet han uppfattade livet och samh lle [...]


    18. He himself could never be a farmer Or could he ,, 25 October 2015This review is from The People of Hemso Series B Paperback Set in the outer skerries off Sweden s south coast, this is the story of Carlsson who comes to work on a failing farm Owned by Madam Flod, a widow, whose son is interested in going off fishing, Carlsson is soon able to make himself indispensable, and start working his way up the career ladderThe descriptions of the scenery are superb, from the beauties of Midsummer to the [...]


    19. A literatura n rdica tem uma obsess o com os homens independentes, mas, ainda assimm, ningu m escreve como o L xness, autor da maior obra da hist ria da humanidade prometi n o ler mais nenhum livro depois desse, mas acabei por ceder paix o da leitura ou de ocupar as horas vagas de nadires.A cena do casamento muito divertida e antecedida por uma esp cie de prov rbio em que dito que nunca se fala t o bem de um homem como na altura em que ele morre e nunca se fala t o mal dele como antes de se casa [...]


    20. A literatura n rdica tem uma obsess o com os homens independentes, mas, ainda assimm, ningu m escreve como o L xness, autor da maior obra da hist ria da humanidade prometi n o ler mais nenhum livro depois desse, mas acabei por ceder paix o da leitura ou de ocupar as horas vagas de nadires.A cena do casamento muito divertida e antecedida por uma esp cie de prov rbio em que dito que nunca se fala t o bem de um homem como na altura em que ele morre e nunca se fala t o mal dele como antes de se casa [...]


    21. An atmospheric tale of an isolated fishing and farming community in Sweden I loved the sense of place that Strinberg conveys and I enjoyed reading about the lifestyle and the various events that break up the everyday routines What I felt was lacking was a depth to the characters and therefore a sense of development The interactions of the main characters then seemed rather predictable and although Strindberg provides a poetic denouement it felt a bit contrived An enjoyable read but not as profou [...]


    22. One of Strindberg s best novels set in the Swedish Archipelago Interpersonal and political struggles on a rural island farm set with a backdrop of gorgeous natural and pastoral visceral descriptions of swedish island culture


    23. br nnvinsflaska Gustavbergskoppar nybakad bulle sk rtorkade skorpor sm rtallrik sockersk l gr ddkanna m ssingsstaken mahognychiffonj ns bara fr n sid 11.tyv rr gick f r det mesta uppm rksamheten till annat n inneh llet.







    24. A mockery of Island life Stringberg s sense of humour is grand If you haven t read anything by Strindberg this novel is worth reading.


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