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El libro de Monelle por Marcel Schwob
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El libro de Monelle (edição 1973)

por Marcel Schwob (Autor), T. Bronstein (Tradutor)

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When Marcel Schwob published The Book of Monelle in French in 1894, it immediately became the unofficial bible of the French Symbolist movement, admired by such contemporaries as St phane Mallarm , Alfred Jarry and Andr Gide. A carefully woven assemblage of legends, aphorisms, fairy tales and nihilistic philosophy, it remains a deeply enigmatic and haunting work more than a century later, a gathering of literary and personal ruins written in a style that evokes both the Brothers Grimm and Friedrich Nietzsche. The Book of Monelle was the result of Schwob's intense emotional suffering over the loss of his love, a "girl of the streets" named Louise, whom he had befriended in 1891 and who succumbed to tuberculosis two years later. Transforming her into the innocent prophet of destruction, Monelle, Schwob tells the stories of her various sisters: girls succumbing to disillusionment, caught between the misleading world of childlike fantasy and the bitter world of reality. This new translation reintroduces a true fin-de-si cle masterpiece into English.A secret influence on generations of writers, from Guillaume Apollinaire and Jorge Luis Borges to Roberto Bola o, Marcel Schwob (1867-1905) was as versed in the street slang of medieval thieves as he was in the poetry of Walt Whitman (whom he translated into French). Paul Val ry and Alfred Jarry both dedicated their first books to him, and he was the uncle of Surrealist photographer Claude Cahun.… (mais)
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Título:El libro de Monelle
Autores:Marcel Schwob (Autor)
Outros autores:T. Bronstein (Tradutor)
Informação:[Madrid] Nostromo [1973]
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Etiquetas:cuentos, Francia, XIX

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The Book of Monelle por Marcel Schwob

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I was slightly disappointed with this novel. After reading the reviews and hearing about the experiences which led Marcel Schwob to write this, I was still not able to really enjoy it despite expecting (and wanting) to.

Of the three parts of the novel, the first was the most interesting. It read like a morbid rendition of the Daodejing. The two fairy tales which stood out in the second part were the one about the green-skinned girl and the one about the girl who kissed her reflection each night. Other than that however, it simply didn't do anything for me. ( )
  Matthew_Nelson | Dec 6, 2018 |
A moving, beautifully written, though very depressing book. Highly recommended. Look forward to reading the other translations by Schluter.

The afterword by the translator was useful and insightful. ( )
  aront | Jul 8, 2018 |
A wondrous little book that begins with a bold philosophical outlook; then the narrative turns beautifully fairy-tale, before ending with darkling recollections of regret and sorrow.
It's all about Monelle, and the author's (perhaps fantasized) memories of her character and mysterious existence.
Enchanting and haunting in equal measure. ( )
1 vote JezSkeggs | Jan 29, 2018 |
An enigmatic novella.
Part One offers Monelle's philosophy of life. The tone brought to mind Nietzsche's Zarathustra. There is stark wisdom here that demands to be re-read.
Part Two contains snapshots of how Monelle might have been away from the dark city streets. Some of these narratives read like fairy tales. The girl at the heart of each short story seems sad yet adventurous, desiring escape.
Part Three delves into the mind of the despairing author as he attempts to make sense of his beloved's death.
An enticing book of evocative prose. Dark, lucid, memorable. ( )
1 vote BlackGlove | Jan 20, 2018 |
Exquisite and beautiful. ( )
2 vote le.vert.galant | Jan 26, 2015 |
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When Marcel Schwob published The Book of Monelle in French in 1894, it immediately became the unofficial bible of the French Symbolist movement, admired by such contemporaries as St phane Mallarm , Alfred Jarry and Andr Gide. A carefully woven assemblage of legends, aphorisms, fairy tales and nihilistic philosophy, it remains a deeply enigmatic and haunting work more than a century later, a gathering of literary and personal ruins written in a style that evokes both the Brothers Grimm and Friedrich Nietzsche. The Book of Monelle was the result of Schwob's intense emotional suffering over the loss of his love, a "girl of the streets" named Louise, whom he had befriended in 1891 and who succumbed to tuberculosis two years later. Transforming her into the innocent prophet of destruction, Monelle, Schwob tells the stories of her various sisters: girls succumbing to disillusionment, caught between the misleading world of childlike fantasy and the bitter world of reality. This new translation reintroduces a true fin-de-si cle masterpiece into English.A secret influence on generations of writers, from Guillaume Apollinaire and Jorge Luis Borges to Roberto Bola o, Marcel Schwob (1867-1905) was as versed in the street slang of medieval thieves as he was in the poetry of Walt Whitman (whom he translated into French). Paul Val ry and Alfred Jarry both dedicated their first books to him, and he was the uncle of Surrealist photographer Claude Cahun.

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