Lektury nadobowiązkowe

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  • Title: Lektury nadobowiązkowe
  • Author: Wisława Szymborska
  • ISBN: 1973
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Niente è inutile, solo facoltativoIl titolo parla chiaro: “Letture facoltative”. Qui non si tratta di letteratura “alta” e, no, nemmeno di poesia. Questo libro è una raccolta di recensioni brevissime (2-3 paginette ciascuna) che Wislawa Szymborska ha scritto commentando alcune pubblicazioni divulgative e manuali sugli argomenti più disparati, tipo:- Come nascondere quello che proviamo sul lavoro e fingere quello che dovremmo provare- Riparazioni e ammodernamenti in casa mia- Vademecum [...]

    2. Immaginate di essere in un cafè di Parigi (chissà perchè mi è venuto in mente proprio Parigi) e avere di fianco a voi la poetessa (W. S.) che inizia a discorrere, divagare, conversare sull'ultimo libro da lei letto.Ecco l'ambientazione che ho avuto di fronte agli occhi ogni volta che aprivo e leggevo il libro.Wisława Szymborska decide un bel giorno di averne abbastanza dei libri pluripremiati, molto conosciuti e di dedicarsi, con la sua ineguagliabile ironia ed anche cultura, a letture che [...]

    3. Wislawa Szymborska (1923-2012) comenta que cuando le propusieron reseñar libros en el periódico donde trabajaba, en lugar de decantarse por lo más habitual: novelas, ensayos o reediciones de clásicos, se decide por abordar otro tipo de literatura: guías, libros de divulgación, calendarios, manualesRespecto a reseñar, Szymborska decide que lo suyo no serán reseñas al uso, porque ella es un lectora amateur y quiere seguir siéndolo, sobre la que no recaiga el apremiante peso de la constan [...]

    4. como excusa de reseñar distintos libros de diversas materias (libros científicos, novelas, ensayos) Szymborska divaga sobre algún recuerdo que le despierte la materia de la cual acaba de leer. Y esas divagaciones son magníficas, a menudo nada tienen que ver con el libro reseñado, pero resultan más interesantes. Algunos pequeños poemas en prosa, frases sarcásticas y la certeza que leer a veces no tiene nada que ver con lo que estamos leyendo. Excelente.

    5. Wisława escribió reseñas de un montón de cosas diferentes: guías de yoga, reparación del hogar, cuidado de anfibios, tapicería, recetas para cocinar papas, memorias de gente desconocida, divulgación científica sobre geología, biología, estadística, ¡hasta de calendarios!, y todas son brillantes y divertidas. Casi todos los textos en este libro son sobre libros como esos, de los que usualmente no hablan (o hablaban) quienes escriben y/o critican y reseñan literatura, pero que en lib [...]

    6. Me gustó harto la Wislawa. Me encantó que se hiciera tantas preguntas aún sabiendo que no todas iban a ser resueltas, que creo que es algo a lo que hay que aspirar. Me gustó tambiém que hablara de cualquiera cosa que se le ocurriera y siempre fuera profundo e inmenso. Tengo muchas ganas de leer más de ella y de algunas cosas de las que menciona en el libro.

    7. Tanti piccoli aneddoti si nascondono fra le pagine di Wislawa Szymborska che ci regala pagine divertenti alternate a riflessioni più profonde che diventano spesso un gioco, un artificio per poter scrivere e usare le pagine altrui per svelare pensieri che in altre occasioni non sarebbero mai arrivati sulla carta. justanotherpoint.wordpress

    8. 3.5/5La poetisa, ensayista y premio nobel polaca Wisława Szymborska fue una mujer que indudablemente tenía mucho de lo que hablar. En sus textos se percibe con flagrante facilidad el caudal de conocimientos que atesoraba Szymborska y el ingenio lúcido, luminoso, que derrocha cuando es la página escrita la que le toma la palabra. A lo largo de 'Siempre lecturas no obligatorias', el tercer volumen que publica Ediciones Alfabia de su prosa reunida, encontramos infinidad de pequeñas píldoras e [...]

    9. I recently stumbled across the copy of a review of Nonrequired Reading by Nobel winner Wislawa Szymborska that I had torn out of a 2002 issue of Book magazine. I remember that it inspired me to check out a copy from the library. I sometimes struggle to read a book of poetry, so I was happily surprised to find these easily digestible one to two page lyrical essays that vary wildly in topic. Nonrequired Reading is a collection of Szymborska's weekly column for Gazeta Wyborcza, Poland's largest dai [...]

    10. What a marvelous book! Can I give it six stars? Well known for her poetry, for which she was awarded the Nobel Prize, Wislawa Szymborska for many years wrote a newspaper column, Nonrequired Reading. This is a fine selection of nearly 100 of these pieces. The books she considers are on stunning array of topics, a testament to her inexhaustible curiosity. The works become launch pads for her always fresh, often quixotic musings and observations. Every piece entertains and surprises; every piece op [...]

    11. A collection of reviews of books that wouldn't be considered serious reading in the literary world. At the same time, these articles are more about Szymborska's witty perspectives on everything under the sun. But surprisingly, the very well read Szymborska shows a remarkable lack of understanding of the principles behind conscientious vegetarianism attacking it on the familiar but ignorant grounds of "Don't plants and vegetables have lives?"

    12. eu só posso dizer que quando crescer quero poder escrever como Wislawa Szymborska. mesmo quando escrevendo sobre livros que definitivamente ninguém precisa ler.

    13. Enjoyable short essays that are not heavy but which often contain a fresh idea or point. Good for picking up and reading a few here and there, rather than plowing through them.

    14. Publicado en lecturaylocura/lecturas-noLecturas no obligatorias de Wislawa Szymborska. Grandeza sin aspavientosNo entiendo muy bien cómo he llegado a copiar estos textos aquí ni qué voy a comentar exactamente, pero sí quería explicar algo sobre Wislawa Szymborska; como ando tan justo de tiempo he cogido textos de dos obras diferentes: por un lado, Lecturas no obligatorias, publicada por Alfabia; por el otro, la Antología poética que publicó Visor; el caso es que las dos me han encantado [...]

    15. Vi ricordate il non-compleanno di Alice? Ecco, per analogia potremmo definire queste delle non-recensioni.La descrizione del contenuto delle letture è parziale o addirittura mancante, dell'autore non si parla quasi mai, il commento è spesso uno spunto per le divagazioni. Le letture stesse, non a caso, sono definitive facoltative, cioè perdibili senza rimpianti; libri di divulgazione scientifica senza troppe pretese, manuali dei più svariati argomenti, da quello del perfetto bricoleur al picc [...]

    16. Simply fascinatingHow does one review a book that the author herself doesn't think should be reviewed? Or, for that matter, a book composed entirely of book reviews? The title refers mainly to the books reviewed in this collection, but could also apply to the collection itself. The titles cover a wide range of subjects (some interesting, some not), but all of the short prose pieces accompanying them were fascinating and contained much humor. I would say that this book isn't necessary, but you wo [...]

    17. Brilliant little essays disguised as reviews by one of literature's most clear-eyed writers. Besides being smart and thoughtful, Szymborska's mini-works (some barely fill a page and a half) can be touching, witty and sometimes laugh-out-loud hilarious. Her gimleting of pretentious poetry collections alone makes this collection worthy - and there are many more just as good.

    18. Witty and delightful, Syzmborska's essays are more light philosophical musings than literary review. The selections are taken from her weekly reading review column, and the results highlight why she is such a wonderful student of humanity. A must-read for lovers of the Nobel-winning poet as well as those who love writers talking about writers.

    19. I have little time to write a review as complete as I would like to, but if I must, I guess I can summarize my impressions of this book in the following words: Beautiful, heartwarming, genuine, and spontaneous. I loved how it was simply so noticeable how much Szymborska enjoys both reading and writing.

    20. Wisława Szymborska. Lecturas obligatoriasHay que reconocer que tras leer Siempre lecturas no obligatorias, tercera entrega de la prosa de la escritora polaca Wisława Szymborska, uno se siente un poco abrumado por la idea de tener que escribir su reseña. ¡Una reseña de un libro de reseñas! Es más, una reseña de un maravilloso libro de reseñas (suspiro).Szymborska lo hubiera hecho fácil: se hubiera puesto a hablar de cualquier cosa. Quizás de crítica literaria (y le saldría una cosa m [...]

    21. Wislawa Szymborska escreveu, por anos, resenhas semanais para um jornal polonês. Digo resenha, mas este é um péssimo termo, ela mesmo o condena: "I am and wish to remain a reader, an amateur, and a fan, unburdened by the weight of ceaseless evaluation. Sometimes the book itself is my main subject; at other times it's just a pretext for spinning out various loose associations. Anyone who calls these pieces sketches will be correct. Anyone insisting on 'reviews' will incur my displeasure."Descu [...]

    22. I've been known to spend whole afternoons browsing --reading articles on historical figures, famous wars, contemporary celebrities, scientific phenomena, the cast of the Golden Girls--you name it. Reading this book was a lot like that, only imagine that the articles have all been written by one of the most probing, curious intellects this century has produced.There are many great writers, but few of them are also great thinkers. Rather than ruminating on the usual fare--love, death, politics, ma [...]

    23. I've been wanting to do something along the lines of what this book did, and I was excited, at first, to find an example of the very kind of "reviews" that I wanted to do for books. But alas! I am convinced I am not nearly witty, nor coherent, enough to write a book of this kind. Her insights into the world, her sense of humor, the touch of a mild cynicism of the most optimistic kind, all coalesced into a wonderfully entertaining collection of Eh, what shall we call them? To call them reviews wo [...]

    24. Wislawa Szymborska is best known as a winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature for her collections of poetry. Apparently, though, she also writes a column in a Polish newspaper that reviews a broad and refreshing scope of books. From how-to guides on hanging wallpaper to history texts for the educated layperson, Szymborska seems to tackle them all in her column. This book is a collection of selected columns.I found this collection very refreshing because I tend to think of those people who've wo [...]

    25. Soñamos, ¡pero tan negligentemente, tan a la ligera!Admiro la ópera, que no es la vida real, y admiro la vida, que en ocasiones es una verdadera ópera.Expresar con palabras las obras de Vermeer es un esfuerzo en vano. En su caso, un cuarteto musical con dos violines, un fagote y un arpa sería un medio de expresión más apropiado.Porque los cuentos de hadas nunca se han rendido por completo a la realidad de la vida. Por el contrario, cuando podían, trataban de avergonzarla y enfrentarse a [...]

    26. I liked this book more conceptually than in execution. As Szymborska says, "Since childhood I've derived pleasure from accumulating useless knowledge. And after all, who's to say what's useless and what isn't? Take the instructions on how to mail frogs so that they arrive bright-eyed and frisky at their final destination: who knows when this may come in handy for personal or civic purposes?"I love the random spread of books she chooses to respond to: everything from Steps and Missteps in the Evo [...]

    27. Bloemlezing van boekbesprekingen van over het algemeen non-fictie als gidsen over vlinders, het houden van een terrarium, kalenders en doe-het-zelfboeken. Meer dan echte besprekingen geven deze boeken aanleiding tot filosofische bespiegelingen, die in beknopte, onopgesmukte en toch prachtige poëtische taal een enorm gevoel voor humor, fantasie, scherpzinnigheid en vredelievendheid blootleggen.De columns, die tussen 1973 en 1998 verschenen krijgen naar het einde toe steeds meer Het Leven en De M [...]

    28. I really enjoyed this collection of little pieces by the poet - that originally appeared as a column in a Polish newspaper. Each one is two or three pages long on a book that she has read (except for the last little piece on Miloscz). They are brilliant and concise and beautiful. They made me laugh - and they taught me things. What can be better than that! She made me think through all of them - and it made me admire the way she is able to think about the interactions of thoughts and the world a [...]

    29. Le regalo todos las estrellas del universo GR a Szymborska. Cada reseña es una excusa para desplegar alguna reflexión o idea sobre esto o aquello: la poesía, la muerte, el devenir de la Historia o la vida de los animales o las brutalidades de los monarcas europeos. Saltarse a los consagrados, a los clásicos, a los recalcitrantes nombres del canon es, además, un gesto que se agradece para respirar de tanta consagración, de tanto "apunte sobre la poesía de X", "examen de la figura de la muj [...]

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