საყვარლები

  • Title: საყვარლები
  • Author: Elfriede Jelinek Ana Kordzaia-Samadashvili
  • ISBN: 9994054152
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. سلمى صلاح

      أولا: أبو أم النسوية يا ستي اللي تعمل كده أبو أم النسوية كمان مرة اللي عاملالكوا خرم في دماغكواايه الزفت ده!الرجالة ناس أشرار مش مهتمين غير بالجنس والسكر، والستات بيعملوا نفسهم بيحبوا عشان يلاقوا بيت يلمهم، ومصيرك مسدود مسدود يا ولديالحاجة الكويسة الوحيدة في الرواية هي تراك [...]

    2. Stephen Durrant

      Can a book get more unrelentingly negative than this? Well, yes, maybe something by Thomas Bernhard, Elfriede Jelinek's fellow Austrian (sorry about the word "fellow" Elfriede). Gosh, on page 159, Jelinek herself says, in jest of course, "One must not describe only negative and ugly things." Negative and ugly is thy name, Ms. Jelinek, at least in this tome. In fact, when these characteristics become so extreme they become almost funny--and in some ways this is a very funny book. Okay, so why fou [...]

    3. M. Sarki

      Though compared to Thomas Bernhard I must insist that Elfriede Jelinek is nowhere close to the stature and level of his writing. She is very good and cynical, true, and she writes honestly, but at least in Women as Lovers she has not reached his level of the sentence and rhetoric given within her own misanthropy. I am not sure she has any reverence at all for a human, being they male or female. Her picture of life as an Austrian bodes ill for any it seems. But I will continue to read her work an [...]

    4. Chris

      I learned about Elfriede Jelinek because of the film adaptation of her novel The Piano Teacher and because Xiu Xiu used the title of this book ("Women As Lovers") as the title of their most recent album (and drew a fair number of quotes from it for lyrics as well.) The first thing that most people will tell you about Jelinek is that she's a controversial author, and for once, it's not because of bad behavior or personal quirks (not primarily, anyway, though she does suffer from agoraphobia and w [...]

    5. Kris McCracken

      In the novel, Jelinek – an Austrian novelist who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2004 (a seemingly controversial choice) – employs an ‘interesting’ style. She avoids capitalisation entirely (including proper nouns). Each sentence is given a paragraph break, regardless of length. Sentences are, for the most part, short. Complementing (compounding?) the experimental nature of the novel is the fact that the courses of the lives of two women are told against each other. One chapter we [...]

    6. Tina Ghviniashvili

      ძალიან, ძალიან შემაყვარა ამ ავტორმა თავი. მომეწონა მისი წერის მანერა. სარკასტულობა და ის, თუ როგორი შედარებებით გადმოსცემს ჩვენს სოციალურ ყოფას და პიროვნებებს. ბევრი მომენტი ისე ჰგავდა ჩვ [...]

    7. Aubrey

      3.5/5the men don't talk about the women, because they are here, whether they talk about them or not.For one unclear reason or another, I have been for the past few months returning to the familiar ground of authors already read. Sometimes, fortuitously, the second impression differs little from the first that initially motivated me to seek out more of their works. More often, though, the repeated experience is more distanced, making for similar quantities of food for thought but qualified more b [...]

    8. Huy

      Thiết nghĩ những nhà văn nữ hạng ba rưỡi ở VN mà khoái phát biểu shock về đàn ông, tình dục đồ nên học hỏi Elfriede Jelinek.

    9. GilgameshNabeel

      It was a good novel, Jelinek describes the suffering of women in traditional villages in Austria, I was astonished how they have similar problems and position as in the 3rd world villages. women had no future there neither present, they dreams of a man, poor and ignorant one, that would be able to save them and give them better position, she shows us how they treat women badly: beat her, punish her and rape her. they consider a woman just a body. she talks about 3 examples. Brigitte who got her [...]

    10. Jill

      Objectively, this book works -- for what Jelinek is attempting to do, anyway. As a satirical, sometimes darkly funny (and other times brilliantly awkward) examination of certain societal constructs/female 'desires'/females, more generally ----- yes, fine, good. Some really beautiful lines, too -- ones like "love, if at all, like a thunderstorm" (p. 32). But -- getting to those lines bordered on tedious. The terse, simplistic, non-grammatical style added to the overarching themes of the noveld ad [...]

    11. وائل المنعم

      د.مصطفى ماهر مترجم ممتاز فقط بجانب عبد الرحمن بدوي و سمير جريس من الممكن أن أقرأ ترجماتهم العربية من اللغة الألمانية.إلا أنه في ترجمة هذه الرواية قام بجريمة حيث أقام من نفسه رقيبا و نحمد الله أن رواية عازفة البيانو سلمت من يديه و ترجمت كاملة بواسطة سمير جريس.فيما يلي حوار ممت [...]

    12. Pio

      Bà ấy đã mổ xẻ cuộc sống của những con người bình thường theo cách dã man nhất, cười cợt những vòng vèo ngang trái của họ theo cách bất nhã nhất, để rồi người đọc sẽ nhận ra được những mặt trái ẩn giấu phía sau xã hội mà chúng ta ngại ngùng khi nhắc đến. Tôi nghĩ người dân nước Áo ghét bà nhiều hơn thích là vì vậy.

    13. Matthew

      "Elfriede Jelinek is awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for her musical flow of voices and counter-voices in novels and plays that with extraordinary linguistic zeal reveal the absurdity of society's clichés and their subjugating power." - The Nobel Prize AcademyThe description on the back cover would have you believe that this is the story of "two factory workers, Brigitte and Paula". To begin with, while the story does follow them as they "dream and talk about finding happiness, a comfort [...]

    14. Allison Floyd

      Reading Jelinek is intoxicatingly corrosive, like drinking the bleach and discovering that it tastes like your favorite microbrew. I wasn't able to make it through The Piano Teacher or Wonderful, Wonderful Times. It turns out that this was the book for me. Whereas the previous two were like dense slabs of wasp-studded fruitcake, this was more like a sprightly chiffon cake laced with strychnine. I have a soft spot for books that are deeply sad, yet manage to be funny in a horrible, inappropriate [...]

    15. Bob G

      I was briefly put off by the writing style. Sample ever paula says, but mother i don't want to, i want to learn dressmaking. and when i've finished learning to be a dressmaker Punctuation above exactly as in the book.Throughout the book it reads like: "See Spot. See Spot run. like a Dick & Jane reader.Examplean electrician earns quite a good wage. a woodcutter earns a poor wage. erich drinks. heinz drinks only rarely and in moderation. erich drinks almost everything away. The style though b [...]

    16. Marcos Sánchez Bueno

      4 / 5Es la primera obra que leo de Jelinek, y lo cierto es que me he dado cuenta de que nunca había leído algo como "Las amantes". Una novela durísima cuyo elemento más destacable es su narradora, casi cruel a la hora de contar las cosas, y unos personajes llenos de historias plagadas de tristeza, el puro reflejo de la realidad de las mujeres tras la herida que causó Auschwitz. Eso sí: a pesar de contar con tan solo 180 páginas creo que el estilo de la autora termina siendo demasiado repe [...]

    17. Beka Sukhitashvili

      ძალიან იელინეკისეულად მწარე და მტანჯველი რეალობაა, რომელიც გზარავს და სევდით გავსებს, თანაც გაცეცხლებს და გაბრაზებს.თარგმანი საუცხოოა.

    18. Aleksandra Sokić

      Stala na 42 strani. S obzirom da mi čitanje ovog romana ne pričinjava nikakvo zadovoljstvo zasad ga neću dalje čitati. Iako me zanima šta će na kraju biti :) I sam stil pisanja mi je težak. Sumoran. Ciničan. Pun gorčine. Zanimljivo je i to što nema velikih slova, što se određene riječi i fraze ponavljaju čak i u istoj rečenici.

    19. Dragana J.

      This novel is so depressing. A feminist, Jelinek often wrote about gender oppression and female sexuality in modern life. And the novel Women as Lovers presents a social truth: women were not as able as men to secure their own financial futures and thus needed to rely on men and marriage for financial security."i need you and i love you, says brigitte. her hair shines in the sun like ripe polished chestnuts,love is the feeling that one person needs the other. i need you, says brigitte, so that i [...]

    20. Florin

      cartea asta e doldora de mentalitati domestice. mentalitati inchistate si care haraiesc precum un caine caruia i s-a calcat pe teritoriu, neinvitat.Amantele e printre cele mai bune carti citite de mine. la sfarsitul lecturii, indiferent de credintele personale, iti faci o cateca cruci si inalti rugamintea ca astfel de mentalitati sa fie rase cat mai repede de pe fata globului, sau, cel putin, sa nu ai de-a face cu ele sa incerc sa redau cateva dintre acestea, cu o scriitura asemanatoare celei pr [...]

    21. Shanmugam

      “Marriage in bourgeois life is almost a legalised prostitution”. Elfriede Jelinek took this Karl Marx line and beat it to death as a novel in “Women as Lovers”. The setting is an Alpine village, where the whole living purpose of protagonists Brigitte and Paula is finding a man to secure a socio economical standing.“Women as Lovers” is not the best of Elfriede Jelinek’s fictions, in fact it is far from being one. Sarcasm is abound in this novel, no one makes a mockery out of absurdi [...]

    22. M.

      brigitte also is repelled by heinzbrigitte is also repelled by heinzbrigitte also is repelled by heinz and his plump white electrician's body, which is also called heinz. despite that she is also happy again, so happy, dead happy, that she has him, because he is her future. /this book is like a cross between stein and acker but not quite as fascinating to read as either. the repetition gets absurd and the humor is black, very black, but the story is neither exciting nor particularly illuminating [...]

    23. Moljac

      Iako naslov knjige sugeriše na trivijalno štivo, ono tome nije ni blizu. Radi se, naime, o sirovom prikazu svođenja kako materijalnih, tako i duhovnih ljudskih kategorija na puku potrošnu robu. U potrošačkom kapitalističkom društvenom sistemu najviše ispašta žena, kao, uostalom, i u svim prethodnim sistemima. Njeno tijelo se posmatra kao potrošna roba iz muškarčeve vizure, dok doba konzumerizma uslovljava i žene da svoj život, tačnije budući brak kao vrhunaravni domet, planiraj [...]

    24. Lena Chilari

      ,,aveți și voi uter? să sperăm! exemplul lui brigitte ne arată cum ea nu a lăsat să se atrofieze acest important organ feminin la bandă, ci cum prin heinz l-a ridicat la deplina lui valoare de întrebuințare,, frumos-necurat.

    25. Peter

      Lite som att någon marscherar fram och tillbaka i rummet med en megafon och rytmiskt insisterar på att kärleken är en bluff, människor är svin och att leva är att lida. Suveränt

    26. Mariam Paichadze

      უდიდესი სევდით, სიმწარითა და სიმძიმით სავსე შესანიშნავი რომანია.

    27. د.حنان فاروق

      ظن أن ماقرأته بين دفتي تلك الرواية هو محض جنون لكنه جنون من نوع خاصجنون مبدعفي البداية أحسست أنها تجسد الشخصيات وتتلبسهاتحكيها من الداخل ومن الخارج بكل صراعاتها وبكل الذي تعانيه والذي عليها أن تعانيه لكن بعد عدة صفحات تحول إحساسي لمشاهدة تتابع مباراة على قدر عظيم من الأهمية [...]

    28. Krishna Avendaño

      It could be said that Lyotard uses the term ‘textual neocultural theory’ to denote a subpatriarchial paradox. If Marxist class holds, we have to choose between textual neocultural theory and semioticist feminism. Thus, the premise of the deconstructivist paradigm of discourse implies that truth is unattainable, but only if Marxist class is valid; otherwise, Foucault’s model of neocapitalist feminism is one of “the materialist paradigm of consensus”, and thus part of the dialectic of na [...]

    29. CD Borden

      Women as Lovers is a harsh and bleak portrayal of the lives of two Austrian women. They are named Brigitte & Paula. They live in utter destitution and work their asses off everyday in an underwear factory. They both think that the only way to find true happiness is to marry the one they love. Brigitte loves Heinz, who is ugly, but he has a stable job and, therefore, a better future. Paula loves Erich, who is handsome, but he is a ne'er-do-well drunkard and he beats her up. Brigitte uses sex [...]

    30. أميــــرة

      مشكلتي مع رواية مترجمة كرهتها أنني لا أعرف سبب استيائي منها على وجه التحديد؛ هل يرجع إلى الرواية ذاتها أم ضعف الترجمة. هي معضلة لم أجد لها حلًا إلى الآن.أثارت (العاشقات) استيائي للسببين معًا.لقد أضرّت العاشقات بمفهوم النسوية، السيئ السمعة أصلًا. صدمني أن أجد أن حال المرأة الن [...]

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