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  • La coscienza di Zeno
  • Italo Svevo
  • Italian
  • 18 March 2018
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review La coscienza di Zeno ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub که اگر به جزئیات آن توجه کنیم طنز و کمدی را جلوه‌گر می‌یابیم در وجدان زنو همین دو جنبهء زندگی انسان به نحوی استادانه ترسیم شده است وقتی که از ادبیات جدید اروپا صحبت می‌کنیم و بلافاصله به یاد جیمز جویس، پیراندلو، کافکا، پروست، لارنس، ژید و توماس مان می افتیم، ن Triest in TriesteAn amazing tour de force of sustained irony sending up everything from male feelings of superiority to psychoanalysisIt is I suppose never easy being a successful businessman or for that matter even an unsuccessful one Dealing with the vagaries of commercial life on top of the usual uanta of personal tensions is bound to produce certain idiosyncrasies and well tics in a person of taste and discernment Just look at Donald TrumpWhat better way to expiate these little personality defects than a sort of literary therapy Write it all down so it becomes visible conscious and therefore subject to the will Again let Trump be our guideAh if it were only that straightforward One s life is just sointractable implacable One feels like one is in the midst of a or less permanent sigh Without Twitter it was of course infeasible to be fully virile in Trieste of the 1920 s And that s not even considering the possibility of man flu

read ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Italo SvevoLa coscienza di Zeno

review La coscienza di Zeno ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub کتاب، تشکیل شده از خاطرات زنو کاسینی که به اصرار روانپزشکش آن را نوشته و نشان دهنده علاقه نویسنده به تئوری های زیگموند فروید استدر یادداشت مترجم فارسی وجدان زنو آمده است که شوپنهاور معتقد است که اگر به کل هستی بشر بنگریم جز تراژدی چیزی در آن نخواهیم یافت، در حال Some novels are not only uniue but also inimitable and I m glad to say that Zeno s Conscience belongs to this extraordinary class of books I felt a shudder run through me at the vision of all that acid but immediately afterwards I had a somewhat happier vision of life I didn t like lemons but if they were to give me the liberty to do what I should do or wanted to do without suffering harm freeing me from every other restraint I would consume those countless lemons myself Complete freedom consists of being able to do what you like provided you also do something you like less True slavery is being condemned to abstinence Tantalus not Hercules Zeno is a huge soap bubble blown up with smugness he has no will and goes where the wind carries him so he just keeps dodging and swerving in order not to burst The outside world is reflected in his consciousness in bright and iridescent colours but this reflection is absolutely distorted Late one night I had come home and rather than go to bed I had entered my little study and turned on the gas In the light a fly began to torment me I managed to give it a tap a light one however to avoid soiling my hand I forgot about it but then I saw it in the center of the table as it was coming to It was motionless erect and it seemed taller than before because one of its little legs was paralyzed and couldn t bend With its two hind legs it assiduously smoothed its wings It tried to move but turned over on its back It righted itself and stubbornly resumed its assiduous task Zeno is like this fly he is tormented by both reality and imagination He is beaten he is in the blind alley he feels ill he fills moribund he suffers from hypochondria so he decides that he must be healed with psychoanalysis Natural law does not entitle us to happiness but rather it prescribes wretchedness and sorrow When something edible is left exposed from all directions parasites come running and if there are no parasites they are uickly generated Soon the prey is barely sufficient and immediately afterwards it no longer suffices at all for nature doesn t do sums she experiments But he manages to convalesce only when he is forced to face the real life and becomes bold enough to use his willpowerHow often we think that we live but actually we are just being blown by the wind

Italo Svevo È 9 summary

review La coscienza di Zeno ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub باید فراموش کنیم که ایتالو اسووو چه از جهت اصالت سبک و چه از جهت غنای ادبی از زمره این پیشگامان ادبیات نوین اروپاست و این سخن آندره تریو را در باره جدان زنو از یاد نبریم یک شاهکار عظیم و باور نکردنی در طول یک قرن احتمال دارد فقط پنج یا شش اثر به این غنا و عظمت خلق شو Difficult to assign points to a book which I wanted to throw away most of the time I was reading it and ended up greatly admiring It is the narrative of the life of a man living in Trieste at the end of the 19th century and the tumultuous beginning of the 20th He presents us with all of the details of his foibles bad decisions and excuses for himself We meet his father his wife and her family and his friends and acuaintances Often the story moves slowly as we watch the protagonist agonize over simple decisions and almost inevitably make a hurried rash decision Often these decisions are uickly discarded Other times the action moves on uickly out of the protagonist s control He along with the reader must suffer the conseuences I did not find it easy to read this book Italo Svevo has given us a character in his protagonist Zeno who is often erratic detestable and self centred It would be nice to be able to say that Zeno is despite his faults still loveable I greatly disliked this character His first person narrative was that of a person whom I would not like to know I often put the book aside but I always came back to it Despite all of my frustrations I needed to discover what the outcome of Zeno s dishonesty muddled thinking self centredness selfishness manipulating rationalizing and irresponsibility would be The ending is at once surprising and consistent with the character Zeno manages to redeem himself I enjoyed the pastiche of psychoanalysis which was extremely popular at the time this book was published in 1923 There is also a great deal of social commentary and a wonderful sense of Trieste before the Great War The writing is wonderful and I am really impressed with the translation