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    [PDF KINDLE] La Condition humaine AUTHOR André Malraux The novel concerns the communist upraising in Shanghai in 1927 The book works on several different levels On one level it is an action novel

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    Summary La Condition humaine [PDF KINDLE] La Condition humaine AUTHOR André Malraux Translated by Haakon M Chevalier I found this bleak analysis of the twentieth century human condition set during the Chinese Revolution to be intermittently brilliant and boring The philosophical musings on well man's fate – human will as the prime mover dismissal of all else – were fascinating but the book d

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Summary La Condition humaine

Read & Download ☆ La Condition humaine 105 R ilustre de «A Condição Humana» e de «A Metamorfose dos Deuses» Ministro de Estado do Governo Francês é hoje par. A brilliant brilliant book that spoke to me of commitment fidelity and belief and the bond that are forged in shared struggles These aspects are greatly magnified by placing the key characters on the losing side thus hi lighting the ever present moments in which choices have to be made and responsibility taken once those decisions are enacted upon This is all achieved without recourse to romantic or heroic cliches indeed there is a real warmth the emerges from the strong relations throughout the bookI think I m going to read this again

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Read & Download ☆ La Condition humaine 105 A lá de todas as discordâncias acerca do valor e significado das suas atitudes um dos mais ilustres escritores do mundo. Man s Fate La Condition humaine might be a classic example of a book that s talked about than read Having now finished it I think I know why Malraux had an appealing Byronic image This somehow managed to survive late life tenure as a Gaullist minister and pillar of the French establishment Man s Fate was not Malraux s first book but it is probably the one that first made him famous to a wider literary public winning the Prix Goncourt in 1933 In terms of plot it s a fictionalized retelling of the April 12 Incident in Shanghai in which a group of Communist insurgents attempted to assassinate Chiang Kai shek and start a revolution They failed and were ultimately brutally repressed but the incident is traditionally regarded as the beginning of the Chinese Civil War which would not be fully resolved until 1950 That s the background The novel centres on several characters of diverse nationalities and ethnicities most of them Communists or fellow travelers They plot they have philosophical conversations they take drugs and have sex Although all of them have exotic backstories and worldviews none really has very much of a personality As a novel of ideas it unuestionably has moments of brilliance Perhaps the most famous line of the novel is a very solid attempt at the now rather unfashionable genre of philosophical aphorism The dream of god is to become man but keep all his power The dream of man is to become a god but keep his personality As a political novel it can be fascinating However it s inconsistent and lots of it is simply turgid I m afraid there is in fact a reason why people read the novels of Camus than those of MalrauxIt s difficult to know how much of the blame lies with Haakon Chevalier as translator Although now better known as a friend and confidant of Robert Oppenheimer Chevalier was a respected scholar of French literature His prose however as been criticized as dull and unidiomatic Perhaps this is the reason why Malraux is not very widely read in the Anglosphere I m not really in a position to judge However I will say that this book was something of a chore to finish and felt much longer than its 350 pages

André Malraux ↠ 5 Free read

Read & Download ☆ La Condition humaine 105 Eis uma das obras primas do nosso tempo subscrita por um dos nomes mais discutidos e mais célebres da actualidade O auto. Why would I give five stars to a book I did not enjoy did not like felt nothing special about and came very close to not finishing it Because late in my life I had come to realize this a translation can create and it can destroy That the act of translating a literary work is not a neutral and mechanical act but a truly creative one A bad translation can mangle a work beyond recognition a good translation as GR s Cynthia Nine attests vis a vis Coelho s regurgitations is capable of turning out something even better than the original like a much improved version of a crude prototype the author originally wrote So in reading a work which is not in its original language it matters a lot which translation you read and that you cannot really be sure going gaga over a masterpiece you ve just stumbled upon if the same was excellence conceived or excellence in translation I am sure I ve read about several great writers though at the moment I remember only Nabokov who developed their literary muscles translating classics before they wrote their own And so now I repent and ask forgiveness for my many sins of ingratitude those countless occasions where I toasted the writers and their works while ignoring forgetting and treating as completely insignificant their translators without whom I would have not been able to read what they ve written at allBut here I commit no such sin I do the opposite I condemn the translator Haakon M Chevalier who did a horrible job here his only saving grace being that he was lucky Lucky for having me as his reader forced by the circumstances that I do not know French and do not have any other translation available I who recognized the great plot revolution China s nascent communist movement Andre Malraux s brilliant conceptions terrorists revolutionaries their sacrifices and inescapable humanity his stirring prose faintly detected by myself mostly imagined but with moral certainty that it exists in the original French all buried under the muck and mess this accursed translator managed to inundate these all with Yet I cannot do anything about what enrages me that he cannot thank me for this singular favor as he is most likely dead already the pocketbook I have has a 1961 copyright while I in turn can only give five stars to this novel IN SPITE OF his translation but cannot pump five bullets on the wrist of his writing hand as his well deserved punishment and as my revenge

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • La Condition humaine
  • André Malraux
  • Portuguese
  • 03 May 2018
  • 9789723802252