• Title: الضاحك الباكي
  • Author: Victor Hugo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • Edition enrichie Preface notes dossier sur l uvre chronologie et bibliographie A la fin du xviie siecle un jeune lord est enleve sur ordre du roi et atrocement defigure la bouche fendue jusqu aux
    Edition enrichie Preface, notes, dossier sur l uvre, chronologie et bibliographie A la fin du xviie siecle, un jeune lord est enleve sur ordre du roi et atrocement defigure, la bouche fendue jusqu aux oreilles Abandonne une nuit d hiver, il parvient a rejoindre la cahute d un philosophe ambulant, et devient saltimbanque Quinze ans plus tard, retabli dans ses droits, ilEdition enrichie Preface, notes, dossier sur l uvre, chronologie et bibliographie A la fin du xviie siecle, un jeune lord est enleve sur ordre du roi et atrocement defigure, la bouche fendue jusqu aux oreilles Abandonne une nuit d hiver, il parvient a rejoindre la cahute d un philosophe ambulant, et devient saltimbanque Quinze ans plus tard, retabli dans ses droits, il est pair d Angleterre Mais sa mutilation ne s effacera pas, et celui qui se serait voulu prophete a la chambre des lords restera condamne a n etre qu un bouffon Lorsqu il publie le livre en 1869, Hugo le presente comme le roman de l aristocratie, premier volume d une trilogie consacree a une Histoire de la Revolution que Quatrevingt Treize acheverait Et ce livre sombre denonce bien en effet le despotisme de l aristocratie Mais si L Homme qui rit est une meditation historique et metaphysique, c est aussi une oeuvre foisonnante et baroque, une maniere de drame qui reclame un lecteur pensif, puisque Hugo nous donne a reflechir sur la misere et sur le peuple, sur l amour et sur le desir, aussi bien que sur le Mal Edition de Myriam Roman, avec la collaboration de Delphine Gleizes.

    One Reply to “الضاحك الباكي”

    1. با خواندن این کتاب میتونم عادت به پایان شیرین را از سرم برای همیشه بیرون کنم اما فقط با این شرط که روند داستان اینقدر قوی و گیرا و جذاب باشد , جوئین پلین همان مردی که میخندد , زندگیش اش بر پایه ی اوج و فرودها و بازی سرنوشت بنا شده , او پسر بچه ای از طبقه اشراف بوده که با دستور شاه قب [...]

    2. I write this having just finished the last page, closed, completed, and I am breathless. Victor Hugo is not an easy read, there are moments in which he loses himself to very specific detail and matter-of-fact descriptions. But what you find interwoven through the dry passages is of such exquisite beauty, that it is often worth pressing onward. I do not currently make that exception for any other author but Hugo, because the good is just so good. As it is here, with L'homme qui rit. Gorgeous, gor [...]

    3. شخصیت "زن" در آثار ویکتور هوگو قابل توجه است. زن ها همیشه شخصیت هایی منفعل دارند، همیشه مورد ظلم واقع می شوند، مورد عشق واقع می شوند، مورد کمک واقع می شوند، همیشه منتظرند که دیگران کاری در حقشان بکنند، چه به ستم، چه به یاری. گاه حتی حس می شود چیزی بیش از یک عروسک بی جان نیستند و فق [...]

    4. L'Homme qui Rit, Victor Hugoتاریخ نخستین خوانش: ماه دسامبر سال 1983 میلادیعنوان: مردی که میخندد؛ نویسنده: ویکتور هوگو؛ مترجم: جواد محیی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، کتابهای جیبی آسیا، 1346، در 2 جلدعنوان: مردی که میخندد؛ نویسنده: ویکتور هوگو؛ مترجم: جواد محیی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، گوتنبرگ، چاپ دوم ؟؟؟؟، [...]

    5. What an emotional roller coaster of a read! I have read criticisms of this book that said that it was a good story that was poorly executed. I totally disagree. I think it was brilliant. You have to know going in with Hugo that the story isn't going to be straightforward and that there are going to be lots and lots of tangents that at the time might seem irrelevant but always end up tying into the main story. This book has the most heart breaking beginning and ending that I have read in a while. [...]

    6. In calce al romanzo c’è un breve saggio di Robert Louis Stevenson, dal quale estrapolo un pensiero che mi ha colpito, dal quale si può sviluppare un commento a questa mastodontica opera. Scrive Stevenson: “Dopo aver imparato a subordinare una storia a un’idea, a far parlare la propria arte, Hugo le ha fatto dire cose mai udite”.E’ così. I romanzi di Victor Hugo hanno sempre un’idea morale o filosofica o genericamente sociopolitica come sfondo e filo conduttore. Hugo era uno scritt [...]

    7. هذا هو ما أطلق عليه كلمة "أدب"!نموذج كامل للرواية المثالية لغة بسيطة سرد سريع و أحداث متلاحقة تطور نفسي للشخصيات صراعات داخلية في كل شخص بين السقوط للغواية و بين الصعود للكمال بين الاستسلام لليأس و بين الإيمان بالمستقبل بإختصار واحدة من أفضل ما قرأت بالفعل!الرجل الضاحك هو ابن [...]

    8. Lettura per niente facile. Mi chiedo perché insisto a leggere Hugo se poi ogni volta mi ritrovo ad affermare che preferisco Dumas rispetto Hugo. La prefazione di Jean Gaudon definisce i romanzi di Dumas "trastulli infarciti di cose inverosimili": mi sento di difendere Dumas, o per lo meno bisogna mettere Hugo nella sua stessa barca, Hugo ama troppo (ben più di Dumas) fare incontrare o re-incontrare i suoi personaggi grazie all'inserimento, nelle sue trame, di coincidenze talmente formidabili e [...]

    9. As is often the case with Victor Hugo's works, he often tends to discourage the reader towards the beginning of the novel with a long, drawn out description of seemingly mundane details, people, or circumstances. Then, just as one begins to yawnere emerges a plot line that joins all these details into one and set the story in motion, captivating the reader infinitely. This is one of the few books I've read where this urge to throw oneself into the story stays throughout the whole novel. The Man [...]

    10. “Lui era l'uomo che ride, cariatide di un mondo di lacrime”«Non tutti i romanzi si possono raccontare» così esordisce Jean Gaudon nella prefazione all'opera di questa edizione Mondadori. Un'affermazione assolutamente calzante quando ci si trova a dover commentare opere che hanno uno spessore di struttura e contenuti tale da far risultare incompleta e manchevole ogni tentativo di analisi.“L'uomo che ride” rientra nel novero di queste opere a multistrato e da così differenti sapori. Un [...]

    11. داستانهاي اين رمان ويكتور هوگو در انگستان روي مي دهد رمان يك تراژدي غم انگيز است به شدت متاثر كننده وتاثير گذاراست حتي بهتر از بينوايان مشهور است مردي كه ميخندد در عين خشونت بسيار لطيف است اين تضاد حتي در شخصيت هاي داستان هم متجلي است پسرك زشت قصه ما كه درحقيقت يك اشراف زاده دز [...]

    12. Ne fais pas ta tête de cochon ! Tu sais, j'aimais pas trop Victor Hugo plus jeune 1- Parce qu il fallait absolument le lire2- c'est lourd : je veux dire, toi et moi on sait bien qu'il était engagé politiquement parlant. 3- Les Misérables. Les Misérables. Les Misérables. 4- Non je le lirai pas. C'tout. Il faut que tu sois prêt(e). Il faut que aies du temps. Il faut que aies confiance: en toi et en Victor.Ne te lance pas dans cette aventure si ta tête n'est pas dispose. ( Oh lala je suis [...]

    13. This is an astonishing book, and quite emotionally draining. I doubt if there is another writer who creates such an understanding of the human condition as does Victor Hugod, yes, that includes Charles Dickens who is one of my favorite authors.Seldom have I read a story that was so entirely immersive. The writer took me deeply into the culture of the time, the settings, the politics, and gave me a sense of the day-to-day life. Consequently, I KNEW these characters to the point that I could proba [...]

    14. Superb. I took my time with this one, it's so chock-full of stunning scenes (Book Second, chapter 17 - exquisite), symbols, and absolute jewels for sentences - I really cannot say enough about how beautiful the writing is. Hugo has the tendency to rant - he goes on and on about things that seem peripheral - listing the pedigrees and holdings of lords, for one, or including Usus' speeches (which are rambling and at times incomprehensible - at least to less than brilliant me) - but. I. liked. this [...]

    15. Deberíamos tomar siempre una mascara de humor al criticar o al hablar de algo que no nos parece. Una gran historia de amor y deseos. Donde la critica a la sociedad y a la maldad de la humanidad se representa con una máscara de humor que todos deberíamos tener.De nuevo esta maravilloso escritor clásico nos trae personajes tan humanas y entrañables, que lo único que vas a hacer al leerlos y conocerlos es suspirar y asombrarte de sus decisiones. El final y el desarrollo de la historia marcan [...]

    16. Книга, дающая бурю эмоций, при том самых разноплановых. Невероятная книга, благодаря ей задумываешься о многом, о самых главных человеческих ценностях История любви незабываемая Трагично, печально, но всё равно остается что-то светлое в душе после прочтения! Яркая иллюстр [...]

    17. Prima di cominciare a scrivere questo commento, devo farvi una premessa. Victor Hugo è il mio scrittore preferito: provo nei suoi confronti una sorta di adorazione che, almeno secondo chi mi ha sentito parlare di lui, mi fa venire gli occhi luccicanti e il tono di voce adorante. Quindi cercherò di essere il più obbiettiva possibile, ma non prometto nulla. Mi preme partire mettendo subito in chiaro che non è un libro “facile”. Hugo è figlio del suo tempo e questo si mostra anche nei soli [...]

    18. Il destino talvolta ci tende da bere un bicchiere di folliaQuei due capitoli preliminari non sai se considerarli parti di imballaggio da rimuovere o pezzi che serviranno a montare la storia. Mentre sei lì che valuti, ti ritrovi in alto mare con Ismaele e il vecchio Santiago che gareggiano a chi la racconta più grossa. Ma badate non parlano ne di una balena bianca ne di un pesce spada spolpato dagli squali, parlano di un’orca, e quest’orca non è un pesce ma un imbarcazione. Cento pagine di [...]

    19. Nella postfazione al romanzo, Stevenson, da lucido narratore qual era, assume la parte del professore e bacchetta il caro Hugo, accusandolo di verbosità e scarsa verosomiglianza. Ha ragione. Hugo si dilunga, si infiamma su dialoghi impossibili, scene da visionario che farebbero mettere le mani nei capelli a qualsiasi amante del realismo a tutti i costi. Ma il severo maestro deve ammettere che Hugo, tra i grandi forse quello che ha sbagliato di più, è un genio. Un genio la cui colpa è forse l [...]

    20. رغم درجة البؤس العالية في كتابات فيكتور هوجو إلا إنني دائما معجبة فيها الأبطال دائما من الطبقات المسحوقة في المجتمع سيطرة البرجوازية التفاوت الطبقي بين البشر الذي يجعل بعض الفئات تظن أنها تملك الحق في أذية الآخرين الحبكة وقصة الحب البسيطة البريئة خيوط القدر كانت جميلة أ [...]

    21. "إن المشاعر العميقة كالأعمال العظيمة , تعني دائما أكثر مما تدرك قوله" ألبير ك

    22. یادمه ترجمه ای که ازش خوندم بی نهایت مزخرف بود. البته خوب چاپ کتاب هم خیلی قدیمی بود. به هر حال شاید روزی فرصت بشه باز بخونمش. داستان جالب بود ولی خوب جوری هم نبود که بگم خیلی جذبم کرد.

    23. للتحميل من موقع الهيئة العامة السورية للكتابsyrbook/img/uploads

    24. Three things I have say as I collect my wits from the skip that last chapter threw them in:1. Nineteenth-century French authors sure loved their melodrama to bits, and knew how to weave a good melodramatic yarn. If melodrama has a good meaning, it's probably a French invention.2. Monsieur Hugo is a sadistic writer. 2. Pass me some tissues, there's too many onions here.

    25. "The man who laughs" took a special place in my heart just as I've predicted. Victor Hugo is one of the greatest authors of all times. His type of narration and the possibility to learn more about the history of England which he willingly shared can't have another influence. I loved all Hugo's novels that I had read and this one couldn't be an exception. The best word to describe the realistic novel "The man who laughs" is "emotional". From the very first pages I knew that it would be hard to pu [...]

    26. On a cold January night in 1690, a ten-year-old boy is abandoned near the coast of Portland in England, left for dead by the group whom he has been residing with; Comprachicos, sellers and buyers of intentionally deformed children. The young child begins to wander the night, battered by a snowstorm and hindered by naked feet, close to death more often than he is aware of. Eventually, his wandering leads him to the body of a woman, frozen to death by the snow, a small infant on her breast crying [...]

    27. Un bambino viene abbandonato su un molo da alcuni "Comprachicos".Loro salpano verso la tempesta, custodi di un terribile segreto, lui verso la sua nuova vita.Non è certo un libro che si legge facilmente, almeno nella prima parte.Hugo lo riempie di nozioni storiche e scientifiche utili a contestualizzare i modi di vivere, il periodo storico, i personaggi e le differenze tra i ceti sociali, riferimenti a miti greci, filosofi e frasi in latino. Molte di queste nozioni richiedono una cultura che io [...]

    28. Not an easy read, but very rewarding.cially in politically charged times. I have no doubt Hugo would be accused of socialism if he spoke up in modern times. But really he is anti-nobility and royalty, and uses his characters to speak up for the common man, as well as subtle digs at the rich and sheltered lords of 18th century England.It's the story of man who goes from one extreme to the other, and not by his choosing. He's an amazingly complex character, as are many of the supporting characters [...]

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