Manhattan Transfer

Manhattan Transfer #(2020)

Manhattan Transfer

Manhattan Transfer

  • Title: Manhattan Transfer
  • Author: John Dos Passos João Martins
  • ISBN: 9789722341226
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
Manhattan Transfer By John Dos Passos João Martins,



Um cl ssico dos anos 20 que retrata a vida urbana de Nova Iorque, na era do Jazz.John Dos Passos sem d vida um nome incontorn vel da literatura norte americana do s culo XX Respons vel pela introdu o de t cnicas liter rias inovadoras e originais, inspirou toda uma nova gera o de escritores e mereceu a cr tica elogiosa dos seus contempor neos Manhattan Transfer, publiUm cl ssico dos anos 20 que retrata a vida urbana de Nova Iorque, na era do Jazz.John Dos Passos sem d vida um nome incontorn vel da literatura norte americana do s culo XX Respons vel pela introdu o de t cnicas liter rias inovadoras e originais, inspirou toda uma nova gera o de escritores e mereceu a cr tica elogiosa dos seus contempor neos Manhattan Transfer, publicado pela primeira vez em 1925, justamente considerado por muitos a obra mais importante do autor Atrav s deste livro John Dos Passos esbo a um retrato fiel da Am rica, captando o verdadeiro esp rito da cidade de Nova Iorque pelo olhar, bastante pr ximo do registo cinematogr fico, daqueles que a habitam.


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I m going to pull a GJ Ginnie Jones here and state Manhattan Transfer is a kaleidoscopic portrait of New York City in the first two decades of the 20th century that follows the changing fortunes of than a dozen characters as they strive to make sense out of the chaos of modern urban existence Yeah, so that s really what you need to know if you, you know, want the breakdown Of course, I need to add my own two cents Of course Reading this was an act of love My husband has tried for almost 20 year [...]

Hopeless MigrationNew York City was, perhaps still is, defined not so much geographically as spiritually by the unfulfilled aspirations of the people who migrate to it And those migrants historically have come as much from the American hinterland as they have from across the ocean Manhattan Tranfer was a stop on the Pennsylvania Railroad in Newark, New Jersey before the tunnel under the Hudson connecting the mainline to Manhattan was completed Once you arrived there, you had nowhere else to go b [...]

Hustle and bustle of the Big CityNew York a the start of the twentieth century Several stories interwoven demonstrate the chaos of city life Characters range from rich, former rich, and poor A great mix reflecting the city at the time.

It might be difficult to understand this novel if you ve never lived in a large city Dos Passos captures the chaos and disorientation of trying to survive in an urban battlefield, with all its violence, interruptions, temptations, anonymity, stimuli, and speed by writing in a still experimental modern style of cut ups, fragments, and stream of consciousness Manhattan Transfer s ferociously exciting to read, not only because it so accurately represents the physical sensations of modernity in just [...]

Manhattan Transfer fu pubblicato nel 1925, quando Dos Passos era ancora dalla parte di Sacco e Vanzetti Ci che c di pi tremendo a New York che quando ne avete fin sopra i capelli, non sapete pi in quale altro posto andare il tetto del mondo La sola cosa che ci rimane girare e girare come lo scoiattolo in gabbia In questa New York, madre abietta, spietata eppure splendida e seducente, nel cui ventre pullulano figlie e figli, schegge di vite e storie s intersecano, si sfiorano e mai si toccano cre [...]

How can be explained the complicated and fascinating relationship between the city and the narrator in all major Modernist works whose theme is urbanity Think of James Joyce s Dublin, dull and suffocating, with its Evelyns forever clued on the shore they dare not leave Think of Henry Miller s Paris, with its siren song that entangles the artists to better devour them Think of Virginia Woolf s London, collecting thoughts and fates in the glimpse of a park, the rush of a street, the passing of a t [...]

Tra miseria e nobilt Volti lungo la ferrovia volti agli obl Sottovento, arrivava odore di marcio dalle navi cisterna all ancora, un poco inclinate da un lato, con la bandiera gialla della quarantena afflosciata all albero maestro Darei un milione di dollari , disse il vecchio, appoggiandosi ai remi, per sapere che cosa vengono a fare Vengono a dare un occhiata , rispose il ragazzo seduto al timone Questo il Paese delle opportunit , o no Io so solo una cosa , disse il vecchio Quando ero giovane, [...]

I had avoided Dos Passos novels for fear that they would be deadeningly political Was I ever wrong This book is wonderfully enjoyable Told in impressionistic vignettes the book moves quickly as stars on the Manhattan stage rise and fall Dos Passos indictment of the materialism and soulessness of turn of the century New York is told with neither sentiment nor heartlessness, but falls in a middle ground dispassionate The time frames can be confusing For instance, in the beginning the book,the chil [...]

Now that s a whole other kind of fiction Something to cherish and treasure It reads like a movie but the good kind It doesn t really have a plot instead it follows the lives of a few characters throughout the years in early 1900, through WW1 and right before the 1929 crash but you can feel it coming Written in 1925, translated in French in 1928, it still is as interesting and vibrant as it was then New York shines through all the pages Dark and light, how the richs live and how the poors die How [...]

Of two best TV shows of this century, Breaking Bad is a deep character study The Wire is a deep city study Breaking Bad is about people The Wire is about systems, architecture, an entire structure from the top to the bottom That s a tough trick to pull off It s not very inviting there are necessarily many characters, some of whom you don t get to spend much time with, and it s hard to get into a story that keeps shifting under you This is also why nonfiction history books are way fun when they [...]

Dove accadono le coseScegliere un punto da cui iniziare questa recensione stato molto difficile, e non tanto per le 400 pagine fitte fitte in carattere minuscolo che compongono questo Manhattan Transfer , quanto per il numero di personaggi e di situazioni che vanno a costruire una trama tanto intricata quanto inestricabile Se per c una cosa che ho imparato, a me che piace perdere tempo dietro puzzle da migliaia di tessere, che per fare un puzzle, per quanto sia complesso, magari puoi partire dal [...]

Non un briciolo di senso artistico, non un bel monumento, non atmosfera storica ecco New York Sar , ma allora perch questo libro esplode di energia, ritmo frenetico, voglia di nuovo Anche se fin dall inizio si capisce che non possibile ricordare tutti i personaggi forse ricordiamo tutte le persone sedute dietro di noi a un ristorante o che salgono e scendono dai tram si viene attratti dalla variet di storie e microstorie e di come sono raccontate in poche parole con tanti dialoghi che si sussegu [...]

Bustling, jumpy and intense For me, Manhattan Transfer was a different reading experience than I m used to, but in a good way Looking deep into New York life, you never get a sense that you re standing still, in the moment There s always things going on around the single bit of narrative you re reading Dos Passos writing directly places you there, with fleeting looks at characters and detailed descriptions of the busy city I, surprisingly, liked the complexity of this novel It s not every day yo [...]

The ferry slip A ferry, and a newborn baby A young man comes to the metropolis and the story begins It is a story of that metropolis The world s second metropolis But it is really the latest in a line that extends backward in time to Nineveh Athens Rome Constantinople and others since.John Dos Passos presents stories of some of the people who call this metropolis, Manhattan, home near the beginning of the twentieth century The novel is about New Yorkers and their stories numerous characters wh [...]

It s easy to see why this is considered a masterpiece Dos Passos has painted a picture of New York City from the Gilded Age to the 20 s The actual plot wasn t that fascinating, but the writing style was exceptional Using short prose poems to begin each chapter, vignettes of people s lives, quotations from popular songs of the day, overheard conversations, newspaper headlines and , we get a powerful portrait of the city.It s a portrait that could be considered anti establishment I know that Dos P [...]

Adelantado a su tiempo entonces, todav a llamativo en estas pocas G nero Novela.Lo que nos cuenta La vida en Nueva York de un gran n mero de personajes a trav s de varias d cadas, pero con la ciudad como protagonista, todos ellos ejemplos de las piezas individuales que hicieron de la ciudad y su sociedad lo que termin siendo, en el sentido m s positivo pero tambi n en el m s negativo Quiere saber m s de este libro, sin spoilers Visite librosdeolethros

Now we are post credit crunch this is probably a very good time to read this unusual American novel At times it was hard to believe that Manhattan Transfer is describing the New York of 80 years ago, so contemporary did it sometimes feel to me The blurb on the back implies it is a novel about early 20 s N.Y but this is rather inaccurate My grasp of history is not good enough to be precise, but the story certainly spans a period of over twenty years, and only reaches the 20s in the third of the t [...]

There are lives to be lived if only you didn t care I have to stop comparing books and authors or at least stop doing it as superficially as I do but I can t help it with this 1925 expressionist montage of many lives clinging to Manhattan, sinking or swimming, giving up, going on, changing their names, caring for all the wrong things apparently , battered by luck and buffeted by economics, war and desire The bottom line is I think the randomness of our lives, and how little New York cares for yo [...]

Manhattan Transfer procura ser el relato de la vida de una ciudad de su crecimiento, transformaci n y fluctuaci n Para ello, la ciudad muestra sus tent culos en las vidas que se cruzan y se disuelven, que juegan a la felicidad y se esmeran a dejarlo todo por cumplir cada uno de sus sue os sue os que, dicho sea, se permiten en virtud de todo lo que una ciudad en crecimiento como viene siendo Nueva York en la d cada de 1920 El relato es fragmentario y cruzado cada personaje tiene una historia que [...]

things this book made me think of difficulty of representation of dialect the book is easy to read but endlessly dialogue , of character sketches there are so many, so varied , of plot represented by vignettes like watching dancing routines in tenement windows from a passing elevated train , of trying to integrate, emulate, all the noise, confusion, of the chaotic modern city in a determinedly modernist way , of how in our urban multiplicity it is not surprising some readers like immersive, invo [...]

En este libro no hay un protagonista claro Nueva York, quiz s sino una mir ada de voces que se entrelazan a trav s del tiempo y de las que somos testigos durante peque as ventanas abiertas La estructura misma de la narraci n refleja a la perfecci n la vida fren tica de la gran ciudad los personajes pasan ante nuestros ojos una y otra vez, pero el n mero de ellos y la velocidad a la que ocurre todo nos deja confusos en m s de una ocasi n Las constantes interrupciones del relato funcionan como una [...]

Ho desiderato tanto leggere questo libro Una voce nuova e diversa dalla generazione perduta Una voce dall America della generazione perduta E in parte ne ho ricavato soddisfazione, perch Dos Passos un mirabile cantore di una metropolitanit folle, fatta di un sottobosco di piccoli imbroglioni, ubriachi, attricette pi o meno troie, gente che tira a campare e affaristi che vanno dalle stalle alle stelle e viceversa in un battito di ciglia Solo in parte, perch , nonostante quella in mio possesso sia [...]

Hello Everybodybeen meaning to tryManhattan Transfer for about 20 yearsManhattantold in a hundred or so very short storiesthat connect,don t connectinter connectand re connectdon t even tryto think of this as one story its hundreds of plotseach with a life of its owncharacterscome and gosome appearnever to be seen againsome appear to be seen fifty or pages latereasy to lose trackwhere you arebut it s almost as ifit does not matteropen the bookto any pagefind yourself sucked in to a little story [...]

Here s someone I wanted to read for ages and finally got around to happy that I did Dos Passos falls into the semi classic lefty bind of making what he s ostensibly critiquing also seem awesome his descriptions of the interiors of the wealthy make them seem amazing, even with the smart set throwing up in wastepaper baskets in the midst of these interiors The novel sort of makes you spit out cliches in describing it, as it is in fact big, sprawling, Joycean, less about characters than about the s [...]

A Babel of voices The reality of a whole made from a myriad of parts Using the many stories of a wide assortment of characters to make a portrait of New York City in the early years of the 20th century, its device of character snapshots to tell the story reminded me most of Camilo Jose Cela s novel The Hive, which does the same thing for Madrid Not as ambitious as the USA Trilogy, but it is considered by some to be Dos Passos s greatest work.

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Avendo avuto la fortuna di visitare New York, percepisco alla perfezione come ogni pagina di questo libro riveli ancor oggi gli splendori e miserie di una citt cos multiforme e straordinaria che non si pu non idolatrare, ma nemmeno non rimanerne inorriditi Parole che si fanno odori, calore, luce, vetro, rumori , trascinando con s le esistenze umane pi disparate, accomunate dall accalcarsi febbrile nella citt che sale per dirla con Boccioni.New York l inferno e il paradiso, la terra promessa e l [...]

A literary landmark, even if I didn t especially enjoy it half as much as the fucking luminary USA Trilogy Interlocking characters, storylines, vignettes, these are all things I generally like, but the thing doesn t cohere, and while there s definitely such a thing as delightful incoherence and ample room for the weird and unknowable The Crying of Lot 49, Antonioni s Blow Up, the most recent Kanye West album , Manhattan Transfer doesn t quite make it Still, it s admirable as a modernist experime [...]

A whirlwind of a novel, American high modernism at its best The paintings of Demuth come to mind, and Epstein s sculptures, and William Carlos Williams poetry And yet it s a completely different universe, ever changing too across time but also from street to street Outstanding.

Funny, bloated socialist pamphlet masquerading as experimental Modernist novel Gain and drops characters at will, as New York does A portrait of a city in the pangs of rebirth Pretty images and a memorable ensemble we will always love you, Emile.


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