• Title: Le Roman de Tristan et Iseut
  • Author: Joseph Bédier
  • ISBN: 9782264003799
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    Seigneurs, vous pla t il d entendre un beau conte d amour et de mort Est il besoin d ajouter quoi que ce soit ce d but superbe, cette question flamboyante que Joseph B dier fait retenir au seuil de ce livre comme les trois coups fatidiques qui ouvrent la Symphonie du Destin tout y est dit L amour et la mort l amour jusqu la mort voici venue la plus gra Seigneurs, vous pla t il d entendre un beau conte d amour et de mort Est il besoin d ajouter quoi que ce soit ce d but superbe, cette question flamboyante que Joseph B dier fait retenir au seuil de ce livre comme les trois coups fatidiques qui ouvrent la Symphonie du Destin tout y est dit L amour et la mort l amour jusqu la mort voici venue la plus grande r volution de tous les temps concernant les rapports hommes femmes A la charni re du XIe et du XIIe si cle , l amour, qui n tait jusque l qu une fonction, devient une mystique et un service chevaleresque La passion fait son entr e dans l Histoire il lui fallait un symbole Tristan l est devenu D origine celtique, ce conte d chirait de l amour fou, ouvre ses lecteurs les portes secr tes du r ve et nous entra ne au plus profond des for ts de l imaginaire longtemps transmis oralement, ce n est qu au XIIe si cle justement, qu il devient manuscrit Depuis lors, il a t sans cesse repris Pour notre joie, Joseph B dier a refondu les diff rents versions pour parvenir ce texte parfait o br le l immense brasier de la fatalit Gr ce lui, nous voil admis au c ur de la myst rieuse alchimie qui transforme, au moyen d un philtre, une simple romance en un mythe souverain o les aspirations profondes de l Occident se reconnaissent depuis huit cents ans

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    1. Book of Books, the very oddestHere - the Book of Love.Alertly have I read it:Of joy a few brief pages,Volumes filled with sorrow;And then a part that deals with parting.Rendezvous - a little chapter,Fragmentary. - Tomes on worryLengthened by the clarifers,Measureless, no end.O Nizami! - in the long run,Though, you found the right direction.Unresolvable - who solves it?Lovers being reunited.Yes, it was the glancing eyeAnd the mouth, the kissing lips,Rounded body, slender hips,As on green of Eden [...]

    2. ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، داستانِ "تریستان و ایزوت" بارها به روش هایِ گوناگونِ ادبی بیان شده است. به صورت شعر و داستان و حتی توسطِ <واگنر> به صورتِ اپرائی زیبا و دیدنی و شنیدنی درآمده است‎در زیر چکیده ای کوتاه از این داستان را برایِ شما دلدادگانِ گرامی، مینویسم------------------------------------- [...]

    3. A classic myth, but maybe not the best version.Tristan and Iseult is a big deal: it’s said to be a major influence for the romance between Lancelot and Guinevere, Romeo and Juliet, and pretty much the majority romantic love stories after the 12th century. This myth was passed down verbally and has been committed to text by several different authors. Bédier argues that his version is adapted from the original poem, which may or may not be historically accurate. The style is conversational as i [...]

    4. Δεν ήταν προσεγμένη η συγκεκριμένη έκδοση. Αρκετά ορθογραφικά λάθη σε σημείο εκνευρισμου!! Εντούτοις, γλυκιά η ιπποτικη αφήγηση, μια ιστορία αγάπης σε παραμυθιακη μορφή, με όλα τα κλασικά μοτίβα. Για όσους αγαπάνε τα παραμύθια ( όπως εγώ) η Ιστορία του Τριστανου και της Ιζολ [...]

    5. Okay, so I did NOT love it but it was good :)I LOVE the 2006 film Tristan & Isolde for reasons. mostly this: and this: but also because it has one of the most poignantly beautiful forgiveness scenes I have ever seen. Rufus Sewell (as King Mark) delivers an unforgettable performance. Which is saying something because I am a HUGE James Franco fan (he is the reason I watched the movie) and Rufus Sewell stole that movie from him, hands *snicker* down!!However, this translation/compilation of Tri [...]

    6. Une passion folle ou une folie passionnee, ce roman, bien qu'idealise par le medieviste Joseph Bedier, nous donne une histoire d'amour, qui ne peut pas etre vecue. S'y melent les divers elements des romans chevaleresques, comme fin amor, le feodalisme et tout ce qui le represente.Ce qui m'a plu le mieux, c'etait la force de la passion, le renoncement a cette meme passion qui ne peut finir que par la mort des deux amants. Point de happy end!!

    7. Relectura septiembre 2016Es otra versión de la historia de amor prohibida (suena bien) entre el sobrino de un rey y la esposa de este. Llegado a un punto Marc, el rey, me dio un poco de pena porque vive envuelto en los chismes y las mentiras de toda la gente que lo rodea y se deja influir. Por alguna extraña razón, me gustó más que la versión de Gottfried. Tal vez haya sido porque el verso es más amable que la prosa cuando una no está muy en sintonía con la historia (a pesar de que a m [...]

    8. To be honest, I didn't read this as closely or attentively as I should have, so my impressions are unfairly formed. I liked it: a love potion (meh), romance, deception, humour, a really heart-warming dog scene. Episodic. Inconsistent at times, but not so much that it's bothersome; some characters somehow are no longer dead, for example. The story goes on. I didn't hate it! I like the Wagner treatment. (I know, y'all, problematic.)

    9. His parents were wed in a castle standing above the sea called Tintagel "well fenced against all assault or engines of war, (with) its keep, which the giants had built long ago, (a) compact of great stones, like a chess board of vert and azure." He was lost for a long time, his royal origin hidden and unknown, but fate was kind and he was brought back to King Mark, ruler of Cornwall, brother of his deceased mother Blanchefleur (the husband of his late father, Rivalen King of Lyonesse). He served [...]

    10. If you've read any other Tristan text, like that of Gottfried von Strassberg, this is nothing new. The introduction suggests that this is the oldest surviving Tristan text: perhaps so, I think it may well be right.The translation is clear and easy to read, and you get the whole gist of the story. The surviving manuscripts of Beroul's poem and The Tale of Tristan's Madness are full of gaps, so the gaps are filled in by what is known from other Tristan stories. Reasonably well done, I think.When r [...]

    11. I absolutely love this story. As usual, I won't mention any plot specifics as such. I meant to read this a long time ago after reading Beowulf but got sidetracked. This is such a tragic tale that you will either love completely or take issue with, depending on your interpretation of what is just and right within the storyline. There are battles of mythical beasts as in Beowulf but also intrigues, jealousy, spite and heartbreak. In my opinion, the events surrounding vanquishing of certain charact [...]

    12. The legend of Tristan and Iseut in these old times, one knew what the drama was!His lord and husband dead, the queen Blanchefleur (Whiteflower), pregnant, wants to let herself die. Her faithful Rohalt trys to console her:"My queen, your mourn will only add to your husband’s mourn, there’s nothing to win there. Should not all those who are born die? May God receive the dead persons and preserve the living ones!"But Blanchefleur didn’t want to listen to him. For three days she waited to jo [...]

    13. Vale la pena mencionar que éste no es uno de los poemas medievales sobre la historia de Tristán e Isolda, sino más bien un intento del autor Joseph Bédier de unificar diversos poemas en una sola historia internamente consistente, en formato narrativo.La vieja historia es sobre Tristán, un caballero fiel y leal, que va a buscar a la prometida de su rey, sobrina de un guerrero a quien Tristán mató en combate singular. Esta reina, Isolda, detesta a Tristán, pero cuando los dos beben una pó [...]

    14. Há muito que procurava ler esta obra. Vi o filme e conhecia o romance de ambos, mas queria muito ler a história, uma vez que faz parte das lendas arturianas e tem aquela magia que tanto me agrada. Foi agora que apareceu a oportunidade e só posso dizer que estou muito feliz.Este livro conta a história de amor de Tristão e Isolda, amor esse predestinado a consumir os seus amantes de modo a que a sua história fosse bela e trágica. Perseguidos pelos seus, Tristão e Isolda lutam contra tudo e [...]

    15. "King Mark made peace with Tristan. Tristan returned to the castle as of old. Tristan slept in the King's chamber with his peers. He could come or go, the King thought no more of it. But who can long keep his love a secret? Love alas cannot be hid." Ah love. It has a mind of its own. This was so tragic and bittersweet. I saw the movie with James Franco back in the day, and now I feel cheated because this story is so much more. The story of two lovers at the mercy of fate and the gods that contro [...]

    16. در این کتاب بدیه روایت های مختلف تریستان و ایزوت را جمع کرده و به صورت یک روایت در آورده است.آنچه که بیش از همه چیز در این داستان می پسندم اصل ایده است: اینکه تریستان و ایزوت به اجبار به سوی مرگ رانده می شوند و از این روی بی گناهند - همه بنده ی نیرویی اند خارج از اختیارشان.در موارد [...]

    17. La historia puede llegar a ser bella, si bien la narración se me ha hecho extremadamente espesa.

    18. Five stars if not for abrupt character reactions. Still, one of the best legends ever. Historically, the romance predates Arthur/Guenevere/Lancelot, but its enduring popularity morphed Tristan into a Round Table Knight.We have it all here : fresh verdant woodlands mighty castles with tall steeples dainty maids courted by the finest men plus dragons, pirates, and lepers. In short, a world as innocent as it was brutal, now lost to us forever. A dreamland worthy of revisiting for centuries to com [...]

    19. I adore this story, and I know that the beautiful writing of Joseph Bedier is largely to thank- but I must give credit to the specific reader at librivox who helped me to fall in love with the tale.I listened to Tristan and Iseult as an audiobook, acquired through Librivox and read by Joy Chan. (Available here: librivox/tristan-and-iseul)Joy Chan's soothing voice drew me entirely into the ancient story, and as she adopted a slight affect for each character, rendering each distinct, her lilting a [...]

    20. 'The story is told of two trees that grew miraculously, one from Tristan's tomb and one from Yseut's; their branches intertwined over the apse. Three times King Mark had the trees cut down, and three times they grew again.'Oh I am done for!My mum kindly let me stay in bed today and I finished 'The Romance of Tristan' in a matter of hours. It's such a sweet story of love, loss, loyalty, bravery. It was like Marian and Robin, Romeo and Juliet.Excuse me. My heart hurts.

    21. a despicable soothsaying dwarf!passion and joy most sharp, and anguish without end, and death!evil giants!a magic, multicolored dog with a little fairy bell!why anyone writes books without these things is a mystery to me. plus it's all true.

    22. Listened to this on Librivox and it was beautifully narrated but very confusing because there were so many characters. This is one action packed story. It's supposed to be this great romance but Tristan and Iseult didn't fall in love, they had a spell cast on them so is that a romance?

    23. One of my most beloved romance books since my childhood. My grandmother had it in her library, and I often pulled it off the shelf when I came to visit her. A fascinating tale of medieval love, passion and strife.

    24. This timeless medieval love story gone awry was written by Béroul, an unknown Norman poet from the twelfth century. Discovering the exact origins of the tale become impossible as one tries to trace threads back through history, as basis can be bound in many of the legends told. The establishment of the legendary King Arthur was well under way before Béroul told his story of Queen Yseut and Tristan. Many references to King Arthur come up during this story, as time has worn on other have adopted [...]

    25. I enjoyed reading this so much! Being medieval literature, there were occasional moments where the gender dynamics bothered me, but I let it slide for the most part because of the context of the time period it was written in. I had to keep in mind how the structure of society was different back then and how differently people were expected to act. It requested suspension of disbelief on that account [gender] in order to fully enjoy the tale. Which I did! It read like a fairy tale, and I really l [...]

    26. In my ongoing crusade to confute stories in which horrific, mind-bendingly irritating men and women are meant to be seen as heroes on the basis of the fact thati) they're really hotii) they're a little bit damaged andiii) they can't keep it in their pants, the story of Tristan is like the Platonic form of evil, if there was such a thing (I am aware that the forms don't work like that). Tristan, who is a bit of a scumbag, 'falls in love with' Yseut, who strongly resembles a 15 year old girl in he [...]

    27. Beroul's poem dates from the 12th century, and is the earliest known account of the Tristan legend. It is incomplete, the surviving manuscript opening after the lovers have returned to Cornwall and the deceit of Mark has begun; but the translator provides the missing episodes - Tristan's birth, his arrival at King Mark's court, his journey to Ireland, the slaying of the dragon, the meeting with Yseut, the drinking of the love potion - from other Tristan sources, thereby telling the entire story. [...]

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