Ragazze elettriche

Ragazze elettriche Naomi Alderman immagina un mondo dominato dalle donne in cui gli uomini sono ridotti in semischiavit Le ragazze adolescenti hanno infatti sviluppato una sorta di energia elettrica capace di fulminare

  • Title: Ragazze elettriche
  • Author: Naomi Alderman Silvia Bre
  • ISBN: 9788874526758
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ragazze elettriche

    Naomi Alderman immagina un mondo dominato dalle donne, in cui gli uomini sono ridotti in semischiavit Le ragazze adolescenti hanno infatti sviluppato una sorta di energia elettrica capace di fulminare chiunque cerchi di molestarle Quattro personaggi ci guidano tra i diversi scenari sociali, politici, mediatici e confessionali che il rivoluzionario ribaltamento delle gerNaomi Alderman immagina un mondo dominato dalle donne, in cui gli uomini sono ridotti in semischiavit Le ragazze adolescenti hanno infatti sviluppato una sorta di energia elettrica capace di fulminare chiunque cerchi di molestarle Quattro personaggi ci guidano tra i diversi scenari sociali, politici, mediatici e confessionali che il rivoluzionario ribaltamento delle gerarchie e dei rapporti di genere ha innescato, raccontandoci come la diffusione della scintilla del potere femminile sia rapidamente degenerata nella depravazione Le donne ora distruggono, violentano, seviziano e uccidono proprio come prima di loro avevano fatto gli uomini Questa l atroce verit L universo distopico di Alderman, infatti, cresce e si sviluppa attorno ad una questione attualissima e disturbante perch le persone, al di l del sesso e della razza, abusano del potere Da questo libro, vincitore del Baileys Women s Prize 2017, stata tratta una serie tv che sar distribuita in Italia nel 2018.

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    1. Emily May

      It doesn’t matter that she shouldn’t, that she never would. What matters is that she could, if she wanted.Trigger warning: rape.Ooh, this is a toughie. I have a lot of mixed feelings about Alderman's The Power. It's an intriguing and clever concept, but this never really translates into an engaging story.Imagine if one day, suddenly, girls developed a strange physical power: they can produce electricity inside them. They can use this power to hurt, to torture, and to kill. A world that is bu [...]

    2. Laura

      When a male friend found out I was reading a book in which all women simultaneously develop the power to electrocute people and subsequently seize control of society, he responded "Tch, if that were the other way around, you'd go mad" NO SHIT SHERLOCK! Damn right, the idea of a society in which one sex is systematically oppressed through the threat (or use) of physical and sexual violence infuriates me. The concept of one sex being disproportionately raped, killed and restricted sickens me. But [...]

    3. Maggie Stiefvater

      Wow.I finished this novel at midnight last night and after I went to bed, I blinked into my pillow and tried to think of what words I would type into this box on apart from that first one: wow. After a few minutes thought, I figured I could add "intelligent" and "uncomfortable" and "thought-provoking."The problem with all of those is that they get used so often that we see only hyperbole. This book, like many others, bears a jacket printed darkly with other authors saying great things about it. [...]

    4. Kat O'Keeffe

      a brilliant read that explores power and gender dynamics in a fascinating and thrilling way! i do think this book favors the ideas and the writing over the story arc--some parts weren't quite as cohesive as i would've liked--but i did still thoroughly enjoy this! it was so captivating and frustrating and horrifying and familiar all at once. i will definitely be thinking about this book for a long while, and i think it would be an excellent choice to read with a friend/bookclub because there are [...]

    5. Hannah Greendale

      Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend.Roxy is a tenacious girl with an influential family. Tunde enjoys lounging poolside after his photo-journalism class. Margot is a politician with grand aspirations and a vulnerable teenage daughter. Allie is a young woman whose religious foster parents are not what they seem. Roxy, Tunde, Margot, and Allie have relatively normal lives, until something extraordinary happens: Teenage girls acquire supernatural [...]

    6. karen

      NOW AVAILABLE!!Sometimes it's good to go to war, just to know you can.i’d enjoyed this author’s kinda-sorta The Secret History book, The Lessons, some years ago, and when i saw the cover and description for this one, i was very WANT for it. so, first things first: millions of thanks to lena for so generously sending me a copy, because it isn’t out in the u.s. until OCTOBER! sheeshis is nothing at all like The Lessons, leaving realism behind for a feminist SF “what if?” scenario in whic [...]

    7. Elyse

      Writing like this catches my attention. “There is a feeling in his hand as if some insect has stung him. He looks down to swat it away, and the only thing on his hand is her warm palm.” “The sensation grows, steadily and swiftly. At first it is pinprick’s in his hand and forearm, then the swarm buzzing prickles, then it is pain. He is breathing too quickly to be able to make a sound. He cannot move his left arm. His heart is loud in his ears. His chest is tight.”“She is still gigglin [...]

    8. Benji

      Seriously?! Christ this is a mess. I'm obviously wrong considering all the glowing praise and award-winning going on here, but can't for the life of me understand what the fuss is about. I mean, great concept but poor execution. Way too many of the chapters felt off or forced, I didn't invest in any of the characters, and the ending didn't redeem it - in fact, probably made it worse.Very disappointed.

    9. Joe Valdez

      The Power is a ride into dark fantasy by Naomi Alderman that starts off like an E-ticket attraction at Disney Resorts before fizzling out like a bottle rocket from Jerry's Fireworks. Published in 2016, Alderman's concept is thrilling and one that Rod Serling or Ray Bradbury might've given props to, using genre to address prejudice, intolerance and social inequality right here on earth in the present day. The novel develops a strong sense of mystery and unease early, but once the call goes out fo [...]

    10. Bradley

      I think I've just stumbled upon one of those "Important Works" I keep saying is so necessary. No UF fluff with magical women or post-apocalypse SF nonsense where it's mostly about shocking us about the brutality of man against woman. (It seems that's mostly what it is, these days.) Indeed, what we've got here is a careful and complex study of all the gender roles turned on its head, slowly, surely, and irrevocably.We have women getting the power to shock the living shit out of anyone and teach t [...]

    11. Barry Pierce

      I think I'm going to give up on literary awards. Naomi Alderman's The Power found its way into my hands by winning 2017's Bailey's Prize. The plot sounded so intriguing. Young girls around the world began developing 'the power', or essentially being able to shoot lightning from their palms. This discovery leads to a great event known as The Cataclysm, after which women become the dominant sex in society. It's fairly classic speculative fiction territory. However, what may have done quite well as [...]

    12. Ilenia Zodiaco

      Grande idea. La prospettiva di questo romanzo è capovolta. Le donne acquisiscono improvvisamente il potere di controllare l'energia elettrica (il titolo originale dell'opera è appunto "the power"). Ben presto questa abilità le porta a sopraffare gli uomini, sempre più marginalizzati e discriminati. Il rovesciamento del femminismo è un'ottica che spiazza il lettore e lo avvince completamente. A questo si aggiunge una prosa molto pop - forse un po' troppo, alcune svolte narrative sono trattat [...]

    13. Simon

      Need to think about this one a bit before I review it as my minds a little blown and all over the place. In a very good way. Alderman creates an empowering (pun not intended) and in turns terrifying* alternate world where power is literally (and electrifyingly) in women's hands and follows how the power effects them. Which is the greater power; love, hate, survival, revenge?*Not terrifying because women are in charge but because of what some of them do with their power. As terrifying as men, whi [...]

    14. Jenna

      This was sort of like: Put some elements of The Hunger Games, The Handmaid's Tale, and Star Wars in a cocktail shaker, toast to The Imminent Apocalypse, pour neat and extra dirty and drink - which sounds AWESOME, and also very apropos of the 2017 zeitgeistt.I didn't love it. I admired it, to be sure, and it def left me totes curious about inquiring into this author's other works. But as many other eloquent reviewers have already noted, it left me wanting in a few key areas.I'm all for succinct n [...]

    15. Heidi The Hippie Reader

      In The Power, young women have developed the ability to control electricity. It shifts the balance of power between the sexes and the world begins to come apart at the seams.It is told from the point of view of a few women and a man. They each have different stories and experiences that Naomi Alderman blends together to create a powerful statement about how we live.This is one of the most disturbing books I've ever read, but also, most brilliant. It made me think about all of the internal biases [...]

    16. Monica

      "Are patriarchies peaceful because men are peaceful? Or do more peaceful societies tend to allow men to rise up to the top because they place less value on the capacity for violence?" ponders a male historian living in a matriarchal world where women hold the power. This book doesn't just flip gender roles. It delves into complicated discussions around systemic oppression, power, rape culture, gender, and religion. The book is an unflinching dystopian yet also a mirror of our world today. It for [...]

    17. Thomas

      I feel so sad giving this book such a low rating because it had so much potential. It follows three female-identifying characters and one male-identifying character who reside in a world where girls and women have the power to produce electricity and hurt, torture, and kill people. This newfound ability brings about an amalgamation of changes, including political power plays, shifts in male-female relationship dynamics, and the burning question of girls' and women's new place in society. The Pow [...]

    18. Riley

      I don't have the words to fully express how I felt about this book right now. But it was hands down one of the most thought provoking books I've read in a long time

    19. Peter Boyle

      "The power to hurt is a kind of wealth."What if women suddenly became the dominant sex? What would the world look like? Would it be a better place? These are some of the questions Naomi Alderman asks in this thrilling Atwoodian tale. Get ready to hear a lot more about The Power - it's one of the favourites for this year's Baileys Prize and the TV rights have already been snapped up.Teenage girls across the planet develop the ability to deliver electric shocks through their fingertips, by means o [...]

    20. Hugh

      So much has already been said about this book that nothing I say will count for much - it has been sitting on my to-read shelf since shortly after the paperback came out last year. As always I will start with the positives. The concept is nothing if not bold, its sweep is all-encompassing, it undoubtedly made me think and it is not at all difficult to read. The Biblical and historical parallels are cleverly done and it does have plenty to say about real world problems.So why am I not entirely sa [...]

    21. Edward Lorn

      A completely plausible and believable piece of fiction that suggests a world run by women would be no different than a world run by men. The swapped gender stereotypes and roles in society hurt as much as they ring true. Sometimes you can't see a thing until you get a full view of every side.The final line before the author signs off is now my favorite last line of all time. THE POWER is a brutal, rage-inducing, thought-provoking novel that should be require reading in schools. Especially for bo [...]

    22. Liz Barnsley

      I’m actually not sure what to say about The Power. It did knock my socks off (so to speak) and it is in the category of “Godarn hot page turner” in my head. It explores many, I suppose Feminist if you want to put a label on things, themes but you know in the end there are far more intelligent reviewers out there who can (and indeed do) dissect that for you and break it down but in the end I just enjoyed the hell out of it. On her website the author describes it so : “It’s a piece of fe [...]

    23. Britta Böhler

      A clever and inventive novel which looks at the concept of 'gender' (what is male / what is female), through the story of young girls suddenly developping new powers. If you think (like I did, I admit it), that the middle drags a little, just push through and you will be more than rewarded with one final plot twist at the very end.

    24. Jenny (Reading Envy)

      This book made a bunch of best of the year lists, and I had picked it from Book of the Month in October, so I decided to make this one of my last reads of the year. I started it the same day as Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, which became far more appropriate than I could have planned for. I believe Naomi Alderman must also have read this book because some of the scenarios described in it, where women are oppressed and disadvantaged, have direct parallels t [...]

    25. Charmaine

      Actual rating: 3.5/5Well, damn. Currently I'm feeling both emotionally and mentally exhausted, but I'm not sure that will ever change as far as this book is concerned.RTC, when my mind stops spinning.And now, the review on the ones:The sheer genius of this novel is undeniable. Imagine a world where women are the stronger, more dominant sex. With the flick of the wrist they can inflict great pain or even cause death. What would you do if the power was finally in your hands?The Power throws severa [...]

    26. Nina

      ***3.5 STARS*** This was such an interesting and thought-provoking book! But there also were a couple of passages that were rather slow and a little boring and during which I really had to push myself to keep reading this book!

    27. Ron Charles

      Excitement about Naomi Alderman’s dystopian novel “The Power” has been arcing across the Atlantic since it won the Baileys Prize for Women’s Fiction earlier this year in England. Now, finally, Americans can feel the jolt of this extraordinary book for themselves. Alderman has written our era’s “Handmaid’s Tale,” and, like Margaret Atwood’s classic, “The Power” is one of those essential feminist works that terrifies and illuminates, enrages and encourages.Alderman’s premis [...]

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