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Toza Sor #2020

Toza Sor John Fante T rkiye de oldu u kadar d nyada da ge ke fedilmi tan nm bir yazar Bu tekrar tan nmas nda yeniden ke finde de ku kusuz Charles Bukowski nin b y k katk s olmu John Fante Colorado do

  • Title: Toza Sor
  • Author: John Fante Avi Pardo
  • ISBN: 9789758441068
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Toza Sor By John Fante Avi Pardo, John Fante, T rkiye de oldu u kadar d nyada da ge ke fedilmi , tan nm bir yazar Bu tekrar tan nmas nda, yeniden ke finde de ku kusuz Charles Bukowski nin b y k katk s olmu.John Fante, 1909 Colorado do umlu niversite renimini tamamlad ktan sonra 1929 da yazmaya ba lam 1932 de ilk k sa yk s The American Mercury de yay nlanm Daha sonra The Atlantic Montly, EJohn Fante, T rkiye de oldu u kadar d nyada da ge ke fedilmi , tan nm bir yazar Bu tekrar tan nmas nda, yeniden ke finde de ku kusuz Charles Bukowski nin b y k katk s olmu.John Fante, 1909 Colorado do umlu niversite renimini tamamlad ktan sonra 1929 da yazmaya ba lam 1932 de ilk k sa yk s The American Mercury de yay nlanm Daha sonra The Atlantic Montly, Esquire, Harper s Bazaar gibi dergilerde yk leri yay nlanm lk roman Wait Until Spring, Bandini 1938 de yay nlanm 1940 da da yk leri Dago Red ad yla bas lm.Kitaplar n n yay nlanmas ndan sonra sinemac lar taraf ndan ke fedilen John Fante bir ok senaryoya da imza atm Full of Life, Something for a Lonely Man, Walk on the Wild Side filme ekilen senaryolar ndan baz lar.1955 de eker hastal na yakalanan John Fante, 1978 de hastal n etkisiyle k r olmu ama e i Joyce un yard m yla yazarl a devam etmi Bu birlikte al man n sonucunda Dreams From Bunker Hill 1982 adl roman yay nlanm.Fante 74 ya ndayken, 8 May s 1983 de hayata g zlerini kapam.Charles Bukowski gen lik y llar nda k t phanede tesad fen kitaplar n ke fetti i Fante yi hi unutmam Tan nm bir yazar olunca, Fante yi ke finden 39 y l sonra, 80 li y llarda, kitaplar n basan yay nevine nermi Fante hayattayken kitaplar n n yeniden bas ld n g rm imdi Fante nin t m eserlerini kitap larda bulmak m mk n.Charles Bukowski, Fante benim Tanr m d diyor Toza Sor un ns z nde John Fante ger ekten de iyi bir yazar Kendi ya am ndan yola karak yaz yor eserlerini Toza Sor da yazarl k ya am n n, gen li inin ilk y llar n anlatt d rtlemesinin en tan nm roman Toza Sor u okudu unuzda ger ek i anlat m sizleri de etkileyecek ve Bukowski ye hak vereceksiniz.John Fante nin t m eserleri Parantez Yay nlar nca T rk e de yay nlanacak.

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    1. I remember when I was fourteen, reading Catcher in the Rye I went downstairs and told my mom, it s the weirdest thing, this guy is, like, reading my mind She said, Matt, everyone thinks they re Holden Caulfield God, adults can be so stupid sometimes Obviously she didn t understand that this was something meaningful mystical, really that was happening to me Or, to quote another influential poet of my youth, parents just don t understand Flash forward another fourteen years, the last five or so of [...]

    2. John Fante was Bukowski s god, and either you adore him or you ve never heard of him Writing that s raw, swolen, true, and moving from a macro view of paragraph by paragraph, tectonic plates, words that are so organic, you never think about the words, they re tendons and muscles and joins that are by themselves ordinary yet Fante s voice is bold, heroic, cowardly, greedy, broken, blindingly joyful, I would follow him anywhere It s rare that I buy a copy of a book I ve already read, if I didn t o [...]

    3. Here goes my 200th book report since joining.And my introduction to the fiction of John Fante is Ask the Dust, his 1939 novel considered by some scholars and educators to be one of the best works of fiction set in the Great Depression and the best set in Los Angeles Superlatives like those could work against the book s vitality, which is palpable Fante s narrator destitute twenty year old boy Arturo Bandini struggling against hunger, wanting and creative resistance lacks the worldliness of John [...]

    4. This book was beautifully depressing I read it because Charles Bukowski loved John Fante so much and I was not let down The story had a depressed swagger that was believable even though it was about a time mostly remembered for glamor.

    5. I m giving it three but it really deserves 3.5 I started off tearing into this book with the momentum I tore through Bukowski, which isn t to say that I love Bukowski, I don t, but I tore through his works It s easy shit to tear through.So I read the overwhelmingly positive Bukowski introduction and I m off and running I have a strange fasination with early 20th century LA I couldn t say why I have lived in San Francisco the majority of my life and been to LA 3 4 times I couldn t care less about [...]

    6. And I answer, the sea is back there, back in the reservoir of memory The sea is a myth There never was a sea But there was a sea I tell you I was born on the seashore I bathed in the waters of the sea It gave me food and it gave me peace, and its fascinating distances fed my dreams No, Arturo, there never was a sea You dream and you wish, but you go on through the wasteland You will never see the sea again It was a myth you once believed But, I have to smile, for the salt of the sea is in my blo [...]

    7. I picked this up for a buck last week Fante s such an easy read that I should have been finished that night, but I can t even seem to feign an interest in fiction lately Well, maybe that s not entirely true Maybe brain is still convalescing from all the Texas, drugs, and alcohol that I consumed last weekend I m astonished that I m even capable of reading my e mails lately An example of Fante s ostensible solipsism War in Europe, a speech by Hitler, trouble in Poland, these were the topics of the [...]

    8. arp c ve ilgin bir kitapt Yazar n okudu um ilk kitab , y llard r denk gelirdim okumam t m ke ke daha nce deneseymi im ok be endim S rad bir sadelik ve ger ek ilikle yaz lm hikaye Ba karakter Bandini yi Yabanc Albert Camus daki Mersoult a benzettim biraz Her eyden kopuk ve ba lanmakla ilgisi yok Yapt klar ile hissettikleri taban tabana z t, bazen elinde olmadan k t gibi Bir ok zaman herkesin oldu u gibi asl nda nsan n kendisine bakmas n sa l yor gibi yazar Hikayenin fonunda Amerika n n nerden kay [...]

    9. Ask the Dust is about as good a book as has ever been written I say book, instead of novel because I m not sure it is a novel Same with story, not sure there is much of a story here either Instead, it is a hotwired connection to the mind of Arturo Bandini, the manic writer manifested in this and two other books Fante wrote It might be a shambles of a story, a bust as a novel, but it s a motherfucker of a book.It s been said that Joyce s Finnegan s Wake is a collection of all things in the world [...]

    10. Fuck this book I acted like a racist douchebag toward a girl I like hate because I ve experienced racism myself, and then I sexually assualted her Later, I felt sad she was gone forever Arturo Bandini writes charmingly, and the setting and non plot are super inviting, but Jesus Christ, I expected so much from a press Black Sparrow that s supposed to be cool and an author with such an old timey mystique Fuck this.

    11. Avevo vent anni, allora Che diavolo, dicevo, prenditela comoda, Bandini Hai davanti a te dieci anni per scrivere un libro, vacci piano, allora, guardati attorno e impara qualcosa, gira per le strade Il tuo guaio che non sai niente della vita Dio Mio, amico, ti rendi conto che non sei mai stato una donna Arturo Bandini S , Arturo Bandini Non conoscete Arturo Bandini Come no via Lo scrittore Arturo Bandini lo scrittore No Dai, quello l quello che ha scritto Il cagnolino rise e Le colline perdute e [...]

    12. I libri fanno male I libri possono uccidere E mentre fisso il muro bianco e penso a qualcosa di intelligente da dire riguardo Chiedi alla polvere tutto ci che mi viene in mente che esistono libri pi taglienti di lame e che Fante doveva essere un grande stronzo.Perch quando scrivi cos maledettamente bene e scrivi vite che hanno la forma di tragedia costringendo la gente a leggerle, allora sei davvero un grande, grandissimo, perfido stronzo maledettamente, dannatamente, immensamente bravo a scrive [...]

    13. Alta Loma Hotel Los Angeles Pergunta ao P terceiro livro da saga de Arturo Bandini foi originalmente publicado em 1939 pelo escritor norte americano John Fante 1909 1983.O alter ego de John Fante, Arturo Bandini, filho de emigrantes italianos, vai para Los Angeles no final do anos 30, em busca de um sonho, ser escritor Bandini instala se num pequeno hotel, na zona de Bunker Hill, espera da carta do agente liter rio Hackmuth, a quem tinha enviado o seu conto O C ozinho Riu Sem dinheiro, com a sua [...]

    14. Someone recently mentioned Ask the Dust on I don t remember who But, uh, thank you, whoever you are I appreciate the recommendation and I m surprised, even with its flaws, that the novel isn t revered by the Bukowski Fan Club crowd Ask the Dust functions as Arturo Bandini s fictional first person account of his rising and falling and rising etc as a young Colorado writer new to California Arturo wanders around Los Angeles, writes in his spartan hotel room, and makes a shitload of bad decisions F [...]

    15. ok ger ek, yal n bir dili var kitab n sevdim asl nda Fante nin di er kitaplar n da okuyaca m.Ama Bukowski de ilim sonu ta onun kadar etkilenmedim.

    16. Kitaba ba lamadan nce herhangi bir fikrim yoktu konusu hakk nda Bukowski tavsiye etti i i in hatta Fante yi tanr s ilan etti i i in Bukowski ye ok benzer bir metin okuyaca m d nerek kitaba ba lad m Yan lm m Ana karakter Arturo Bandini , ok a rne ini g rd m z bir yazar aday ve onun ya ad klar Martin Eden J.London ve A l k K.Hamsun dan a ina oldu umuz zere Arturo, gel gitleri bol bir karakter, kimi yerde mizaha kayan bir ruh hali i erisinde Ancak baz yerlerde de son derece ger ek i bir ruh haline [...]

    17. KINDLE EDITION 1.99 TODAY, 23 JUNE 2014I rated this 4 stars because, when I first read it in the early 1980s, it riveted me I ve taken a star off because after 30 plus years the chances are it s not going to get close to 5 stars, since I ve read so very much by now.Well, we shall see I ve Kindled it up, it s a short book under 200pp , and I feel daring.

    18. An unreliable narrator, Arturo Bandini, relates his highest accomplishments writing short stories and a novel and his deepest failures finding love His piques of racism and misogyny are followed by moments of tenderness and compassion for the same woman He s a man hard to admire, yet equally hard to forget or not care about For this reader, at least, he s one who will have to be revisited, re evaluated, through the pages of the author s other volumes in the The Saga of Arturo Bandini sequence Ba [...]

    19. Arturo Bandini alias John Fante mi ha conquistato Ho letto diversi commenti su questo libro, in cui i lettori si dividono tra chi ama Bandini e chi lo odia Io rientro nella categoria di chi lo ama Bandini un individualista, uno sbruffone, anche un sognatore e un generoso, un uomo in perenne conflitto con s stesso, tra ci che vorrebbe essere e ci che vorrebbe diventare uno scrittore ricco e famoso, invece uno sconosciuto scrittore di racconti vorrebbe essere ateo, invece il cattolicesimo in cui s [...]

    20. Mojave l n n kendine zg ger ekli inde, tozlar n s cakl k dalgalar n n alt nda bir hayat Bandini nin hayat Marihuana, sefalet, ucuz otel odalar , k l st r arabalar, yk ler iirler, Voltaire ve u suz bucaks z toz Atalar m z n, zaman n, gelece in ve gelece in ocuklar n n tozlar view spoiler R zgarda savrulan ama s z ve a rl n yitirmi bir yaprak gibi ya ayan Bandini kendini ait hissetti i hayat ile ait olmak istedi i hayat aras nda stelik ald kararlarda neyin do ru neyin yanl oldu unu da bir t rl zem [...]

    21. WhileI was reading the book I was determined that I would rate it with a single star Arturo was a misogynist , racist, arrogant and self centered The plot was rather boring The narration after a certain point was becoming annoying although there were some great scenes tbh The characters were flat, irritating and I just couldn t relate to them or like them I found myself detesting most of them I only felt bad for Camilla But then the ending happened and it changed everything I finally could feel [...]

    22. Arturo Bandini insanla hayvan aras nda bir ayr m g rmez sever ama g stermez sevmez ama cebindeki her kuru u ya murda slanmas n diye g nderir ok ister ama hi bir ey yapmaz karanl kta oturup d n r hem h z nl hem ne eli hem ya ar hem izler ahitse sadece toz.g rd m en canl diyalektik kahraman

    23. Dio Onnipotente, mi dispiace di essere diventato ateo, ma hai mai letto Nietzsche Esistono libri belli per lo stile con cui sono stati scritti.Esistono libri belli per le storie che raccontano.Esistono libri belli per i personaggi di cui parlano.Esistono libri belli per i messaggi che trasmettono.Ma questo l unico libro del quale ho potuto afferrare la bellezza grazie al titolo ed al prologo.Perch il romanzo in s forse non sarebbe poi nulla di particolare un aspirante scrittore, statunitense fig [...]

    24. Struggling writer Arturo Bandini Great name arrived in 1930 s Los Angeles to make it Big, but ends up in a crummy hotel on Bunker Hill where he spends most of his time dreaming the days away whilst surviving on a diet of oranges and cheap drink, the town is gripped by poverty and every time he sits at his typewriter the lack of ideas is paramount But the publication of a short story which leads to some much needed cash brings Bandini some joy, where it s a case of spend spend spend , new clothes [...]

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