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'A masterly achievement, a work of imaginative grandeur and complete artistic control' Ian McEwan 'Brilliant and unputdownable' Salman Rushdie He's a trickster, a player, a jester. His handshake's like a pact with the devil, his smile like a crack in the clouds; he's watching you now and he's gone when you turn. Tyll Ulenspiegel is here! In a village like every other village in Germany, a scrawny boy balances on a rope between two trees. He's practising. He practises by the mill, by the blacksmiths; he practises in the forest at night, where the Cold Woman whispers and goblins roam. When he comes out, he will never be the same. Tyll will escape the ordinary villages. In the mines he will defy death. On the battlefield he will run faster than cannonballs. In the courts he will trick the heads of state. As a travelling entertainer, his journey will take him across the land and into the heart of a never-ending war. A prince's doomed acceptance of the Bohemian throne has European armies lurching brutally for dominion and now the Winter King casts a sunless pall. Between the quests of fat counts, witch-hunters and scheming queens, Tyll dances his mocking fugue; exposing the folly of kings and the wisdom of fools. With macabre humour and moving humanity, Daniel Kehlmann lifts this legend from medieval German folklore and enters him on the stage of the Thirty Years' War. When citizens become the playthings of politics and puppetry, Tyll, in his demonic grace and his thirst for freedom, is the very spirit of rebellion - a cork in water, a laugh in the dark, a hero for all time.… (mais)
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Tyll por Daniel Kehlmann

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Tyll reminds me of Forest Gump with less humor and more mystical atmosphere. His life travels through the sometimes bleak and dangerous world of 17th century Germany, skirting in and out of the end stages of the Thirty Years' War and the subsequent wars, and the tragedy of the Winter King and his very disappointed wife. It require me to do a bit of Wikipedia to get the context, but I enjoyed it very much. ( )
  brianstagner | Jul 12, 2021 |
When I first started this book, it seemed somewhat haphazard and disjointed. What kept me going is the quality of the writing. About half way through, I realized how the stories were connected to each other. The story telling reminds me of the Baroque Cycle novels by Neal Stevenson. As with those books, the story lines flow and meander only to converge effortlessly. ( )
  grandpahobo | Jul 2, 2021 |
Loved the setting and the writing in this unusual book. This is the story of Tyll, a young man in the 17th Century whose father although a miller experiments with spells and curses. Tyll is bright, brave and talented. He teaches himself to walk on the tightrope and other acrobatic tricks. When his father is hung for blasphemy, Tyll and the neighbor girl, Nele take off with a "wandering entertainer" who treats them badly but teaches them many things about entertainment.

Through his adventures,Tyll comes in contact with Frederick and this wife, Elizabeth who are the deposed king and queen of Bohemia known as the Winter King. Tyll works as a jester or fool - one who can tell the King what others can't. Another character of interest is a fake scholar who claims many things including how to obtain dragon's blood.

The writing in this book is funny, beautiful at times, and at times feels like a fairy tale.

Without some knowledge of King Frederick and Queen Elizabeth (daughter of James I), I would have been more confused [ Read "The Daughters of the Winter Queen" in July 2020 which provided the background in understanding Elizabeth's plea to return to Bohemia even after it didn't exist.

Unusual book - not for everyone's taste, but delightful. ( )
  maryreinert | Apr 27, 2021 |
A dark, dark fable. I just don't like fables, so don't go by me! ( )
  hemlokgang | Jan 3, 2021 |
I really enjoyed this. The world, characters and especially the language feel both really vivid and real in a way that I don't typically see in a lot of novels. The great humour, how it plays with the grim setting of the thirty year war, and how well the non-linear stuff works is the cherry on top. ( )
  102joa82 | Jan 1, 2021 |
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[I]n zekere zin is Tijl een vrijwel foutloos boek. Gloedvol geschreven, met vaart en kleurrijke details over een onbekende periode, en dan komen er terloops ook nog eens wezenlijke thema’s aan bod – wat valt er nog meer van een (historische) roman te verwachten? Welbeschouwd niets, en toch merkte ik dat het me zowaar enige moeite kostte de eindstreep van Tijl te halen, dat ik me op den duur zelfs wat begon te ergeren. Wellicht door de afstand die zo inherent is aan het hoofdpersonage en de hele verhaalopzet. Of door al Kehlmanns technische vernuft: soms leest de roman bijna alsof die het resultaat is van een masterclass schrijven.
 
Tijl is niet een afgerond verhaal, maar dat moet liggen aan de aard van de hoofdpersoon. Want voordat de ene episode goed en wel is verteld, net wanneer je de jonge Tijl hebt leren kennen, of net wanneer Elisabeth Stuart een vrouw van vlees en bloed is geworden, trekt Tijl verder en overbrugt Kehlmann jaren en windstreken met een witregel. Dat maakt het boek een tikje pesterig, wat ruimschoots wordt gecompenseerd door de taal van Kehlmann. Met Tijl levert hij de streek van de nar.
 
Welkom in de koude, duistere wereld die Kehlmann oproept. Een wereld van kindersterfte en bijgeloof. Van spookwouden en behekste bomen. Van pest en Inquisitie. Van hertogen en huurlingen. [...] De Duitse landstreken waren in 1648 bedekt met as. Zo’n verbrande wereld oproepen is het werk van een groots verteller. En alleen de lach van de nar schalt na.
adicionada por Jozefus | editarTrouw, Wim Boevink (Dec 2, 2017)
 
Das Werk rund um die Figur des Tyll Ulenspiegel ist süffig geworden und steckt voller unvergesslicher, anrührender Szenen […] Das ist eine tolle Mischung, voll unvergeßlicher und anrührender Szenen.
 

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Kehlmann, Danielautor principaltodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Benjamin, RossTradutorautor secundárioalgumas ediçõesconfirmado
Noethen, UlrichNarradorautor secundárioalgumas ediçõesconfirmado
Pesetti, MonicaTradutorautor secundárioalgumas ediçõesconfirmado
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'A masterly achievement, a work of imaginative grandeur and complete artistic control' Ian McEwan 'Brilliant and unputdownable' Salman Rushdie He's a trickster, a player, a jester. His handshake's like a pact with the devil, his smile like a crack in the clouds; he's watching you now and he's gone when you turn. Tyll Ulenspiegel is here! In a village like every other village in Germany, a scrawny boy balances on a rope between two trees. He's practising. He practises by the mill, by the blacksmiths; he practises in the forest at night, where the Cold Woman whispers and goblins roam. When he comes out, he will never be the same. Tyll will escape the ordinary villages. In the mines he will defy death. On the battlefield he will run faster than cannonballs. In the courts he will trick the heads of state. As a travelling entertainer, his journey will take him across the land and into the heart of a never-ending war. A prince's doomed acceptance of the Bohemian throne has European armies lurching brutally for dominion and now the Winter King casts a sunless pall. Between the quests of fat counts, witch-hunters and scheming queens, Tyll dances his mocking fugue; exposing the folly of kings and the wisdom of fools. With macabre humour and moving humanity, Daniel Kehlmann lifts this legend from medieval German folklore and enters him on the stage of the Thirty Years' War. When citizens become the playthings of politics and puppetry, Tyll, in his demonic grace and his thirst for freedom, is the very spirit of rebellion - a cork in water, a laugh in the dark, a hero for all time.

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