[Montedidio] E–pub Æ Erri De Luca

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FREE READ À Montedidio 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 happeningOther than those two reservations this is almost an amazing book I m going to read from this writer Here s an example of what I rally enjoyed as far as language and tone goes context Rafaniello is convinced he has wings in the hump on his backI TOLD Rafaniello about Maria and the landlord He stayed uiet for a while then closed his eyes tight and said May you share the fate of the dog who licks the rasp His voice was as cold as the north wind I felt a shiver in my kidneys What are you saying Don Rafani A curse he answered but with his own voice again I m saying it but it s not mine It comes through me into the open Your story has been heard That man has been struck by a pellet of hail There are many things I don t understand including the part about the dog Don Rafani is it bad that curse about the dog It s bad The dog licking the rasp is licking his own blood but his liking for blood is greater than the pain so he keeps licking till he bleeds to death Night has fallen It s time to close up I ve finished my cleaning so I give Rafaniello a hand straightening out his bench The sound of bones comes from his hump He looks up pushing back the bag with the wings His round green eyes search the sky for a spot to climb The city rises upward in walls and balconies There is no sky overhead But he finds a way to get his bearings even in this canyon

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FREE READ À Montedidio «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. 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 change his world about to open He lives in Montedidio God s Mountain a cluster of alleys in the heart of Naples He brings a paycheck home every Saturday from Mast Errico s carpentry workshop where he sweeps the floor He is on his way to becoming a man his boy s voice is abandoning him His wooden boomerang is neither toy nor tool but something in between Then there is Maria the thirteen year old girl who lives above him and like so many girls is wiser than he She carries the burden of a secret life herself She ll speak to him for the first time this summer There is also his friendship with a cobbler named Rafaniello a Jewish refugee who has escaped the horrors of the Holocaust who has no idea how long he s been on this earth and who is said to sprout wings for a blessed few It is 1963 a young man s summer of discovery A time for a boy with innocent hands and a pure heart to look beyond the ordinary in everyday things to see the far reaching landscape and all of its possibilities from a rooftop terrace on God s Mountain 2004 1382 170 9643057046 21

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FREE READ À 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 really loved this little book though page after page I found myself asking why was I enjoying it so muchIt 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 of the most beautiful descriptions and insights into Napoletan culture I ve ever seen in printAs is often the case with these kind of books the Napoletan dialect plays a key role here and I would say it does a wonderful job The boy s Father is a Napoletan man who is rather ashamed of his level of Italian and is thrilled to see that his son is writing talking and reading in Italian It s a realistic situationand it s a nice little insightOne of the interesting characters that he meets is Don Rafaniello a hunchback from the North who repairs the shoes for the townhe was on his way to Gerusalem but stopped in Napoli Online I have found something that was so beautifully put that I simply must uote it un libro semplice ed essenziale per continuare ad amare una realt grande e fantasiosa come uella napoletana in montedidio c tutta la poesia che caratterizza uesti strani e stravaganti esseri ti senti parte di loro anche se come Rafaniello non sei nato l ma l ti fermi perch c il mare e ne senti il profumo anche a chilometri di distanza D Rossi you feel part of their world even if like Rafaniello you weren t born there but you ve stopped because there s the sea and you can smell it even if you re chilometres away It s very easy for books that deal with such an incredibly deep culture such as the Napoletan one to lose itself in its intricacies but I think Montedidio balances things out perfectly We or at least I feel like I understand a little about Napoli and how the people think by reading books like this and as the reviewer stated above there is so much beautiful poetry prose in this book I caught myself just staring at the page trying to absorb the beauty of a sentence many a timesI would definitely adivse anyone to read this book it s a small fast read that is just beautifully indulgent and a pleasure to readthough I would insist that you read it in Italian as I d say this is one of those books that definitely lose something in translation


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  • Montedidio
  • Erri De Luca
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  • 01 July 2018
  • 9789643057046