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  • Title: Pereira verklaart
  • Author: Antonio Tabucchi
  • ISBN: 902343501
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Book

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  1. It s 1938, the time of the Spanish Civil War Fascism under Franco of Spain is creeping into neighboring Portugal as well under its dictator Salazar A kosher meat shop the main character frequents is vandalized by fascist thugs Pereira, our main character, is a journalist having his mid life crisis His wife died a few years ago and he regrets that they never had children He s aging, lonely, overweight He writes about art and literature and seems so disconnected from the political winds that a cou [...]

  2. It was one of those days when I had a good meal the fresh herbs, the right salt, the approachable variety, the generous portions, the nice host I walked back home with a content smile Upon unlocking the door, a whiff of scented potpourri filled my senses and I sunk on my couch thinking, a day well spent, a tummy well fed I, then, switched off the lights of the living room and yawned to usher in a good night s sleep I got up the next morning at the invigorating slant of the sunshine and was envel [...]

  3. Young people they can be a real pain when they play Daft Punk and that is not a randomly capitalized qualifying adjective, I mean Daft Punk at a volume level that stuns the snoozing song thrush out the tree, or when they turn the night time inner city streets into alcohol fuelled yodelling and technicolour burping festivals Nevertheless they are our stake in the future, the next generation that will have to deal with what the previous one left behind, whatever kind of a mess that is.Pereira is n [...]

  4. Niente come sembraVenticinque brevi capitoli punteggiati da quel salmodiante Sostiene Pereira che ci ricorda il linguaggio di una cosa raccontata, come una testimonianza resa al narratore.La scrittura, impeccabile e scorrevole, sobria e registra unicamente i fatti minimizzando sensazioni o commenti.La storia di Pereira, un uomo tranquillo, innocuo, giornalista a fine carriera che scrive sulla pagina culturale di un piccolo giornale di Lisbona E il 1938, durante il regime dittatoriale di Salazar. [...]

  5. What a lovely piece of writing it is I really do not want to waste your time that you could devote to read the story itself so I ll try to be brief Like inThe Requiem, the previous story by Tabucchi I ve read, we are in scorching Lisbon again where a chubby, mid aged journalist named Pereira, every day talking with a photograph of his deceased wife, thinks about death, soul and resurrection of the body Accidentally having come across on an article written by Monteiro Rossi, on impulse engages hi [...]

  6. Frequentare il futuro Il mondo un problema e certo non saremo noi a risolverlo Esistono opere che assumono valore universale e trascendono il contesto in cui sono narrate.Lo stile pacato e soffuso, quasi dimesso, di Tabucchi risulta indispensabile nel delineare il risveglio dal torpore, quella rinascita a cui noi, molti di noi, smettiamo presto di anelare.L arido e triste mondo esterno non forse specchio dell accettazione del nostro grigio microcosmo, reso purtroppo una costante nel quotidiano N [...]

  7. con le lacrime agli occhi che scrivo, ho appena finito di leggere un periodo di merda per me, e negli ultimi due giorni non sono stata in grado di fare nulla per la strage avvenuta nella mia amatissima citt e per le manifestazioni di razzismo e fascismo latenti che ho ritrovato in commenti, social media, scambi di opinioni con vicini e conoscenti Ho il cuore a pezzi e probabilmente quel che mi ci voleva davvero era Tabucchi con questo inno alla libert , questo racconto romantico e coraggioso sul [...]

  8. Set in Lisbon in 1938, when fascism was running riot across Europe, a lonely, obese middle aged man follows his heart Read it to discover one of the most unassuming heroes in literature.

  9. Obsessed suddenly and unexplainably with death Doctor Pereira seeks out a journalist who has written a magazine article on the subject They meet at a restaurant Monteiro Rossi is young, not obsessed with death but with life Charismatic, he reminds Pereira of the son he has never had and his own youth which he will not talk about Monteiro Rossi has no interest in death His interest is in life and living The article turns out to be excerpts from his bogus thesis at school He is broke and desperate [...]

  10. UPDTAED 2013 August, 28th Translated from Catalan to English When a book makes you think.Disguised as an endearing story, sweet and juicy as a ripe summer peach, Sostiene Pereira is a novel that will remain in your thoughts for some time after you ve turned the last page.Pereira is an unusual hero an overweight man of advanced age, a lonely widower whose dreams he never reveals, a man who talks to the portrait of his deceased wife Pereira works as head of the Cultural Section in the local newspa [...]

  11. I enjoyed every minute spent with this book It is short and it is presented as a mystery, two things I usually avoid Still I ended up loving it exactly as it was You ve got a journalist writing the culture section of an evening paper in Lisbon It is 1938 He is apolitical, and yet the Spanish Civil War is in full swing and he is a journalist Guernica has happened What will wake him up Will he wake up He insists he is only responsible for the culture page N O T H I N G M O R E He is a widower and [...]

  12. My third reading at least and, like all Tabucchi s best work Requiem, Vanishing Point, Indian Nocturne , it gets better each time In fact, I find it hard to imagine how any serious reader who enjoys breaks from formula and doesn t need things cut and dried could dislike it It s warm, funny, charming, deft as hell A civilised story of civilisation in danger And an act of magic in ways I can t describe, not without giving it away a little at least A friend Stephen P remarks Tabucchi s strange take [...]

  13. I needed something lighter to read recently and found Pereira Declares to be just the thing coming in at just over 100 pages Thanks to Fionnuala for the suggestion The lightness of the book in terms of size and readability, should not be confused with lightness of message This novella carries a great deal of baggage It is set in 1938 Portugal against the background of Fascism in Portugal, Italy and Germany while the civil war rages in Spain This is not to be forgotten Nor is the oft repeated tit [...]

  14. I am 46 years old Happily married for 17 years I and my beautiful wife have been blessed with a daughter who is now 16 years old Three years ago, I bought 501 Must Read Books and thought of reading the books included in it My brother came across 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die and suggested that we read all those books as well I agreed In the course of my research about one of the books we read, I came across Then in it, I saw The Filipino Group I felt happy that Filipinos have a group t [...]

  15. Esempio di rara bellezzaTabucchi mi ha stregata Pu una storia semplice, con dei personaggi tutto sommato ordinari, narrata con un linguaggio quotidiano e scarno, conquistare Sostiene Pereira la prova che s , possibile o almeno, cos sostengo io Di Pereira abbiamo una descrizione essenziale, focalizzata su pochi particolari, e tuttavia questi risultano essere i particolari giusti, atti a dipingere il personaggio in maniera efficacissima, oltre che rendercelo simpatico.Questo un esempio di buona le [...]

  16. msarki.tumblr post 8015637My adventure in reading this novel Pereira Declares can be summed up by the word enjoyable Antonio Tabucchi clearly bought me out completely I loved every word of this translation Though I am not, for the most part, political, I do empathize with the trying times of Portugal during this period in our world history, though I do not have a personal frame of reference for my understanding I do hate all oppression and suppression, and believe I would fight to the death of m [...]

  17. Che libro MERAVIGLIOSO.La scoperta di un anima e del significato della vita, a partire dalle riflessioni sulla morte.No, di pi la rinascita di un anima, la possibilit di una nuova vita, all ombra della morte.Grazie, LauraT, per avermelo fatto scoprire esco dalla lettura commossa, e non mi capita spesso.

  18. T rrido agosto de 1938 en Lisboa El dictador Salazar en el poder En Espa a, la Rep blica tiene todas las de perder, al contar Franco con el apoyo de los fascistas alemanes e italianos, y tambi n con el de unos cuantos patriotas portugueses, que cruzan la Raya para luchar al lado de los nacionales.En este marco vive Pereira, periodista afianzado en sus rutinas sus omelettes a las finas hierbas, sus visitas al caf Orqu dea, las m ltiples limonadas colmadas de az car que trasiega cada d a y anclado [...]

  19. Ad Tabucchis memoriam.Queste entrate da classicista sono quasi rivoltantioh mio DioIl fatto che io abbia letto Sostiene Pereira proprio in questo periodo non ha nulla di possibilmente casuale o misterioso, il motivo talmente scontato che non ha senso sprecarci parole sopra.Quando ho saputo che morto Tabucchi mi dispiaciuto, e soprattutto mi sentivo in colpa perch io neanche un mese prima avevo letto il suo saggino, La gastrite di Platone, e me ne ero lamentata senza riserve A vederlo da un ottic [...]

  20. This has been a totally enthralling read The narrative is simple and the tone of the narrator is calm, if a little tongue in cheek But the story grabs you from the first page right through the end This is not a thriller though It is just the story of a certain period in an ordinary middle aged widower s life, set in authoritarian Portugal in the 30s circa the Spanish Civil War period It so happens that during that period he meets two idealistic anarchist youngsters, and his life and his worldvie [...]

  21. Sostiene Pereira un inno alla libert e all importanza del ruolo degli intellettuali, sull essenzialit di nutrire una coscienza, se non politica, almeno di forte pregnanza etica, in cui la cultura abbia la funzione non di un rifugio sicuro e disimpegnato, ma di un faro Sostiene Pereira un grido contro l indifferenza, un esortazione all azione e al libero pensiero, unici mezzi per contrastare il dilagare delle ideologie estremiste Un romanzo irrinunciabile che merita tutta la celebrazione di cui h [...]

  22. Storia pacata del risveglio di una coscienza quasi sopita, prigioniera di un dolce vissuto personale in cui il protagonista trova conforto per il vivere quotidiano.Una lettura casuale di un articolo porta all incontro con chi il presente lo vive e pian piano, all inizio quasi inconsapevolmente, Pereira riprende a fare le sue scelte affrontando il mondo che ha di fronte.

  23. Pode conter spoilers A ac o desta hist ria decorre em Lisboa no Ver o de 1938 e tem como pano de fundo a Europa conturbada da poca o salazarismo em Portugal, a guerra civil em Espanha, o fascismo em It lia, o nacional socialismo na Alemanha.Neste contexto, a vida do senhor Pereira um homem vi vo, de meia idade, sem filhos e que diz acreditar na ressurrei o da alma mas n o na da inc moda carne decorre calmamente entre limonadas, omeletes, conversas com o retrato da falecida esposa e a rotina do t [...]

  24. Saramago, nel suo capolavoro L anno della morte di Ricardo Reis, posa lo sguardo sulla Lisbona del 1936, anno in cui la dittatura di Salazar inizia a prendere posizione a favore del nazismo e del fascismo, anno in cui non mor soltanto Ricardo Reis, ma morirono la democrazia e la libert in Europa e dunque anche in Portogallo Tabucchi racconta una piccola grande storia di coraggio nella Lisbona del 1938 a distanza di due anni la situazione era peggiorata, la guerra civile spagnola ferveva e divide [...]