READ BOOK ↠ السهم الزمني - طبيعة الجريمة - by Martin Amis عماد منصور #2020

  • Title: السهم الزمني - طبيعة الجريمة
  • Author: Martin Amis عماد منصور
  • ISBN: 9789775221339
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback

  • السهم الزمني - طبيعة الجريمة By Martin Amis عماد منصور 1991 2015 1991 2015 _ _ _ _2015 _ _ _2015 _2 _ _
    Martin Amis عماد منصور
    Martin Amis is an English novelist, essayist and short story writer His works include the novels Money, London Fields and The Information.The Guardian writes that all his critics have noted what Kingsley Amis his father complained of as a terrible compulsive vividness in his style that constant demonstrating of his command of English and it s true that the Amis ness of Amis will be recognisable in any piece before he reaches his first full stop Amis s raw material is what he sees as the absurdity of the postmodern condition with its grotesque caricatures He has thus sometimes been portrayed as the undisputed master of what the New York Times has called the new unpleasantness.

    السهم الزمني - طبيعة الجريمة By Martin Amis عماد منصور


    They re always looking forward to going places they re just coming back from, or regretting doing things they haven t yet done They say hello when they mean goodbye Martin Amis, Time s ArrowI liked the prose and liked the execution, but there was still something a bit off A tooth is missing in time s reverse cog making this Amis story rock rather than roll in reverse I enjoyed the narrative told backward extracting the real meaning while reading the meaning back to front is a funky brain trick I [...]

    Mohammed Arabey
    25 2016 24 2016 1991 25 3 view spoiler , hide spoiler We don t give a shit We don t give a duck br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br br

    She can t help it if her best isn t very good, but she s done it She s ploddingly typed out her half assedly apropos review, then clicked on the stars three of them, yellow and cartoony, her blithe summation of an author s painstakingly wrought offering to twentieth century literature He ll probably spend years writing then researching this thing, which she s already rated like it s an eBay seller transaction, and reviewed with all the thoughtfulness and care of an Adderall snorting thirteen yea [...]

    The non U USPA short book that is one long gimmick clever as a writing exercise, but not worth publishing or reading Once the novelty of a backwards story has worn off, there is little point to it and I lost interest though I did finish it And it s not even that original Kurt Vonnegut had the same idea as a brief scene in Slaughterhouse Five see my review here as did Borges in the short story A Weary Man s Utopia, which is in The Book of Sand see my review here , and probably Fitzgerald s The Cu [...]

    We can never change our past No matter how bad we were, no matter how good we were time, the man made structure that decides what we do in our lives, how often we celebrate occasions, when we are born, when we die, what people think about us after we die, does not discriminate.The concept behind Amis s Time s Arrow is gimmicky at its core, but works only by the intelligence and craftiness of its author.When reading this, you see the outlook from a man with a possible multiple personality speakin [...]

    English Standard Version 2001 For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face Now I know in part then I shall know fully, even as I have been fully known What is it with them, the human beings I suppose they remember what they want to remember Time s Arrow This is what I want to remember that I bought this off a wheeled cart for two quarters That in a bad economy, this was a great investment Amis is genius in this book Pure genius His structure starts with the last rattling gasp of life [...]

    As science fiction concepts go this was interesting, but in the hands of a respectable sf writer this could have been so much While the odd idea breaks, through such as the child who is able to crawl forward for a few seconds is intriguing he never takes it further.The usual amusment with reverse poo is there and why notNot a good starting point for my first Amis or for anyone really but will try again.

    otnevni im asoc atlov amissorp al E Martin Amis racconta, tramite un narratore che parla in terza persona, la vita di una persona Una vita che si svolge al contrario Una vera e propria narrazione a ritroso, come un film visto dalla fine all inizio Il narratore non ha coscienza delle esperienze fatte, non sa quello che successo prima e nemmeno quello che succeder dopo Si limita a giudicare e a commentare i fatti, tentando di assegnare loro un significato che per ovviamente gli sfugge.La vita dell [...]

    Teresa Proença
    O enredo de A Seta do Tempo n o me surpreendeu muito, n o s por assentar em factos hist ricos mas por deduzir, desde as primeiras p ginas, para onde me dirigia As personagens, um m dico e a sua consci ncia o narrador , pareceram me ter pouca profundidade, pelo seu comportamento linear, mantendo me sempre emocionalmente distante Da prosa gostei muito principalmente do cap tulo 5 Aqui n o h porqu.O estilo achei uma loucura Martin Amis conta a hist ria de um homem, desde a sua morte at ao seu nasci [...]

    David Lentz
    Time s Arrow is a very fine and powerful novel by Amis who, for me, had a tough encore after reading his genius novel, Money, of which stratospheric literary level Time s Arrow falls a smidge short However, Time s Arrow is very well conceived, highly inventive, lyrically narrated and powerful in its dire themes ultimately relating to one man s poignant personal relationship to the Holocaust Amis deploys with great skill the narrative device of telling one man s story backward in a disciplined li [...]

    It continues to amaze me how those who claim to be fans of Martin Amis haven t heard of or read Time s Arrow This book is a masterpiece in experimental fiction He literally, methodically, writes the story backwards as his character experiences time going backwards I don t know of any other author who has attempted and succeeded in doing this It s been a while since I read it, but what I remember was the uncanny sense that I was experiencing time backwards as I read it I began questioning what wa [...]

    After reading the first page of this book and realising that Amis was actually going to write a novel with time moving backwards I thought he must have some brilliant notion that required and would than excuse the use of such an gimmicky device I was willing to overlook all the technical and conceptual failings and inconsistencies in execution, on grounds of artistic licence, with the faith that the payoff would be so clever, insightful and illuminating theses trivial concerns would pale into i [...]

    Roy Lotz
    If an author were to narrate my experience reading this novel in reverse, they would depict me getting progressively less and less frustrated with the book, until the very moment I finally put it down.

    فهد الفهد
    1991 230 .

    possibile immaginare uno sliding doors dell olocausto, facendo parlare la voce ingenua della coscienza di un ex criminale nazista primo elemento spiazzante una specie di assistente del dottor mengele pu avere una coscienza che candidamente racconta gli orrori come fossero opere di bene risposta di martin amis s , se il film scorre al contrario s se la coscienza racconta la vita di quest uomo riavvolgendone la pellicola come se la sua morte fosse il principio, e ogni dopo diventasse un prima e an [...]

    Second reading Just brill, to use the Amis argot See my review of Kurt Vonnegut s Slaughterhouse Five for my theory that Time s Arrow was inspired, at least in part, by a sequence in that earlier novel in which the protagonist watches a war film backwards Highly recommended.

    BE KIND, REWINDSe io leggessi Finnegan s Wake col caff , Proust dal dentista e Herta M ller in bagno, forse avrei trovato questo libro semplice e magari anche immediato e diretto.Cos non e cos non stato un opera che m sembrata ostica, molto faticosa da portare avanti e sono contento d essermene liberato.Forse non sarei neppure arrivato in fondo, se dopo qualche pagina non avessi avuto l illuminazione di saltare alla postfazione dove la citazione di Primo Levi ha acceso il mio interesse e l ha te [...]

    Normally when I sense that a writer is going to pull a stunt with the entire conceit of his or her novel, I end up with a slow disdainful Billy Idol style grimace developing on my face before thudding against the glass ceiling of disgust and shutting the book for good.Don t do it, Martin You don t have to dazzle us with a technical feat like this You re too good for that And it s called trying too hard Still, Martin must ve been kicking around novel ideas when, probably a little buzzed, gazing a [...]

    Time is heading on toward something It pours past unpreventably, like the reflection on a windshield as the car speeds through city or forest Martin Amis , , , , , , , , , , , , , .

    I had to drop a star Bruised sleep revealed that I should not uphold my immediate image and adjust downwards This situation was vivid in that I couldn t stop imaganing Amis in a smoking jacket writing about the Final Solution Anyway A novel, a theme, that requires one to pass over it in silence Marty refers to the Shoah as an autobahn to the reptilian mind I tend to agree Reading the dialogue in reverse was afeat Language, sentences rather, are often so pailindromic.

    I can t say enough about this novel, though a quick glance at my friends reviews reveals that they liked it but were not quite as blown away by it I loved how Amis took a conceit running the world backwards and witnessing it from a naive viewpoint that must make sense of backwards living and used it to make new something that had grown shopworn and overfamiliar Literature about the Holocaust The novel is howlingly funny, and just when you want it to gain in seriousness and gravity, it does the b [...]

    Life never really makes a lot of sense at the best of times All of the philosophical ponderings on the eternal question of Why are we here haven t been able to come up with anything convincing than Because Some people may wave other explanations such as The ineffable plan of God , which obviously, being ineffable means that it s not going to cut it as an explanation if it can t be explained then it might as well not exist Even if it did, which is another eternal question to some people Some chu [...]

    Sentimental Surrealist
    A frustrating experience See, I d had Martin Amis hyped to me as one of the funniest writers of the whole goddamn 20th century a classmate of mine referred to The Rachel Papers as the funniest book he d read besides Infinite Jest, and anyone who knows me knows an Infinite Jest comparison is going to pique my interest Well, Amis style of humor may have worked for him, and maybe it s different in the Rachel Papers being Amis first novel, it s entirely possible , but it didn t really work here If t [...]

    Jenny (Reading Envy)
    An old lady descends from the black branches of the fire escape every morning and wearily gathers it all up and clambers home with it in paper bags the food left for her by the birds Before I say what I think about this novel, I should acknowledge that this idea of traveling backwards in time is not one that comes from Amis Several people have accused him of stealing it from Vonnegut in Slaughterhouse Five, in fact Amis himself acknowledges that inspiration in his afterward A few years before Vo [...]

    Read November 2016Rating 5 5 stars, best of 2016The plot the narrator of this story inhabits the dying body of a man named Tod Friendly, and it soon becomes clear that the narrator is living backwards in time, as Tod becomes younger, loses and gains lovers, and moves from his current country back through Portugal and then to Poland and Auschwitz.I loved this book It is so beautifully and cleverly written It is a wonderful contrast to Counter Clock World by Philip K Dick which deals in a similar [...]

    Hmm, everyone s reviews say he wrote the book backwards, when it s untrue the book is written from beginning to end, like all of them It just tells the story from the end to the beginning, but in order My age old Amis question remains why is he so drawn to the dark and nasty I was reading over my infant son s shoulder while I was feeding him, and it was so icky I felt like I was transferring some kind of violence to him bodily There s always a prurient, almost attraction to violence What is with [...]

    Bunny Burns
    Warning This book will mess with your head Like, properly It can t be quite frustrating a times but I love the way it turns everything you think you know about cause and effect, and our perception of the way events unfold, on it s head and then spins it around a few times for good measure.

    Craig Stone
    I thought this was exceptional A book that you can read in a day, that challenges the brain into thinking backwards Throw in the holocaust, suffering and a general bleakness coupled with horror and it s a book worthy of your time Some people have complained that the words didn t effect them emotionally, but the narrator is the consciousness of a Nazi war criminal raised in pre war Germany a dead man in a dead time entering a dead zone Perhaps there is no emotion, but if there was, it would be a [...]

    Un roman inteligent, mai ales formal Povestea unui medic nazist care fuge la finalul r zboiului, se ascunde n Europa, ptr a sf r i n State Povestea e relatat dinspre moarte nspre na tere de un narator care pare s fie umbra sau con tiin a medicului Cei doi deruleaz ntreaga via i tehnic romanul are c teva pasaje geniale.Altfel, povestea e cumva previzibil dup ce n elegi ce vrea s fac Martin Amis i asi ti pasiv la derularea ei.

    Lorenzo Berardi
    I read this book while I was living in Oslo on 2005.Then, for some reason I forgot to add it to my booklist It might have been amnesia.After all in those five months I spent in old Christiania my attention was diverted by many things I recall the London bombings, hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, the Norwegian parliamentary elections, the Indonesian national day, my struggle with bokmaal pronounciation and two or three juvenile infatuations with unaware girls.Well, no surprises those ladies i [...]

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