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Le nozze di Cadmo e Armonia

Le nozze di Cadmo e Armonia

  • Title: Le nozze di Cadmo e Armonia
  • Author: Roberto Calasso
  • ISBN: 9788845919282
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
Le nozze di Cadmo e Armonia By Roberto Calasso,

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The most profound books that I have ever read have left me speechless, even stammering Such is the case with Roberto Calasso s The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony, which I have put down no than fifteen minutes ago Here is a book about why myths exist, and why Ancient Greece continues to have such a hold on the Western mind One of my strange little reading habits is, for each year, to choose a theme that will guide much of my reading for the year For 2010, I am delving into Ancient Greece, readin [...]

Zeus is never ridiculous Because his dignity is of no concern to him Non bene convemunt nee in una sede morantur Maiestas et amor, says OvidAny sane reader would find this book ridiculous at least in parts, but that doesn t concern Calasso, for his subject is Zeus and Zeus is never ridiculous.The mythographer lives in a permanent state of chronolog ical vertigo, which he pretends to want to resolve But while on the one table he puts generations and dynasties in order, like some old butler who kn [...]

Indispens vel para quem se interessa por mitologia grega e tem interesse em saber as origens e os percursos dos deuses do Olimpo, narra de forma meticulosa e comparativa as m ltiplas vers es trazidas at n s ao longo dos s culos.Conflituosos nas rela es entre uns e outros, os deuses gostavam de usar os mortais de maneira caprichosa e alteravam lhes o curso de vida de forma leviana e definitiva.S bitas paix es, raptos, viola es e enganos, as proibidos, vingan as e castigos, onde a morte podia n o [...]

I ve read this book cover to cover 3 times since I bought it in 1993 It s the best book I ve ever read on Greek mythology.Actually, it s of an extended and unfailingly brilliant meditation on Greek mythology, rather than a summary or explanation Calasso is some kind of genius he s not only read everything, he s thought about it, flipped it backwards and forwards and tilted it sideways in his mind, then filtered whatever he s talking about through a sophisticated prism The result is pure delight [...]

No, Socrates himself cleared up the point shortly before his death we enter the mythical when we enter the realm of risk, and myth is the enchantment we generate in ourselves at such moments.Endorsements on the back matter can be daunting How do we explain our struggles or indifference with work which is lauded so many which we admire Half way through this, I was south of neutral and growing impatient Abandonment was an option The work then slid out from under its treatment of Athenian mythograp [...]

These things never happened, but are alwaysthree reviewsBy reviewers in alphabetical orderRandom review review by Jean Paul Werner Walshaw SauterNext review review by JonfaithPrevious review review by Riku SarajI recently considered removing this book from my library, to make room for others Tonight I perused the three reviews above by GR friends of mine Each reviewer lends a view of the book from a distinct perspective All rate the book highly All obviously got something from the book.But indiv [...]

Rather than present a distanced and readily understandable survey of Greek mythology, Calasso instead goes into and behind the myths to create a verbal environment that to my mind comes as close as possible to reenacting in the mind of the reader the intellectual feel of living in a living mythology, from both the perspective of the gods and the perspective of mortals, and from both the experience of living life itself and living through reading The book is an overlapping series of thematic patt [...]

entra se no mito quando se entra no risco, e o mito o encanto que nesse momento consigamos fazer agir em n s Mais do que uma cren a, um la o m gico que nos cinge um sortil gio que a alma concede a si pr pria isso

It has rarely happened to me, even with those books I ve read and have rated very high here at But here it did I feel resistance giving my copy of this book away Very unusual for me considering my habit of disposing of books I m done with, even those I liked a lot, impelled by the logic that good things need to be shared with others and the experience of them has to be spread to as wide an audience as possible I had wondered why I surmised that it must be because of this deeply felt urge to re r [...]

This is a truly remarkable book which puts classical mythology in an entirely new context It is one of those rare, insightful books that comes along once every fifty years or so It is a retelling translated from the Italian of Greek myth by an exceptionally talented writer in a style that is poetic, provocative, and profound The author seeks on every page to delve into the deepest meanings of myths how they came to be, what they tell us about human nature, and what they reveal about the Greeks i [...]

I started this book when it was new, I got it for Christmas in 1988 actually I received two of them , I started it but I couldn t finish it quickly it s rather heavy, but not in a bad way very pregnant of different meanings, allusions, connections or at least I thought so at the time A few months afterward the author visited my high school, he was supposed to speak about this same book Unfortunately, not many of us students were present at the event making him evidently very disappointed with th [...]

Wow I never thought I d read this book I had flipped through it many times in the bookstore and found it to be rambling and bizarrely organized But for some reason I purchased it as a used bookstore and decided to read it the right way starting on page one, and boy am I glad I did Calasso does something nearly impossible he weaves together all or almost all the great stories of Greek antiquity everything from the Trojan War to the abduction of Persephone and makes a coherent narrative and out of [...]

E come la spirale dell ipnosi Tutto parte da un punto, quasi insignificante, e comincia a disegnare un giro attorno a se stesso, e si ripete ancora, ancora e ancora, all infinito Sembra quasi una pellicola ipnotizzante, sul serio Riflessi dell immagine originale, di una specie di big bang da cui ha avuto origine una serie di eventi che non fa altro che ripetersi, accamuffandosi in personaggi e luoghi diversi E noi, che navighiamo in questo mare enorme, che alla fine una pellicola sola, ci chiedi [...]

Ay me dio tristeza terminar este libro, me gust mucho ir ley ndolo de a poquito, no es para leer en cualquier momento, de corrido o as nom s Voy a contar de qu se trata porque no es muy claro Obviamente gran parte de lo lindo del libro est en esa ambig edad, pero esto es una review de Calasso es un erudito mal Relata los mitos y a la vez los analiza y reflexiona sobre temas que trata cada uno, sobre figuras que se repiten, sobre la relaci n entre antig edad y modernidad La forma en que enlaza lo [...]

Opera immensa, difficile apprezzarla pienamente con una sola lettura Il mito, tutto il mito greco, raccolto in un unico libro, raccontato, interpretato, rivisitato, con la circolarit e le mille versioni che sono proprie, appunto, del mito Un libro sicuramente difficile, ma ricco, denso, a tratti illuminante, in certi punti estremamente oscuro, una lettura che mi ha arricchito moltissimo e credo riprender sicuramente.Tra un mito e l altro, emerge la famosa cultura greca, la matrice classica da cu [...]

This was originally published on The Scrying Orb.Let us try to decipher this strange, dense book Roberto Calasso takes on Greek mythology.But what is Greek mythology Capricious gods Adulterous heroes Many headed monsters Irony Hubris.Calasso explains the difference between narrative and myth A myth has several different versions, different retellings, but the thrust is often the same there s always a labyrinth and a monster and a hero and princess but how they got there, who they were, just how [...]

Un libro di difficile lettura, ma estremamente affascinante Pi profondo di un semplice saggio, pi complesso di un racconto, questo libro racconta il meraviglioso intreccio dell universo mitologico con una prosa rarefatta e a tratti onirica I rimandi storici e filosofici sono dosati con una bravura non comune e anche se non si in possesso di una profonda conoscenza della mitologia, il racconto non perde mai forza e il lettore rimane avvinto nella spirale delle storie raccontate, accenate, taciute [...]

It s rare that book this profound, this downright difficult, can speak to us with such passion and clarity that I can with confidence say that the reader will never again look at the myths that are the wellspring of western philosophy in quite the same way Calasso s exploration of Greek myth is part philosophical, part sociological and wholly inspired storytelling The Gods themselves, always wanting to hear their own names and loving a good story, kissed Calasso s mouth with the gift of poetry A [...]

Mi amiga Jaz me invit a una lectura de poes a en el Varela Varelita Fui, le mis poemas, unos 5 tal vez, y cit a Osvaldo Lamborghini, una peque a vi eta juguetona del Marqu s de Sebregondi Posteriormente fui a la mesa donde me esperaban mis amigos Me puse a hablar de los griegos que son lo nico que me importa hace unos meses Entonces mi amigo Nahuel sac de su mochila este libro Deni, esto ten s que leer Y me lo entreg Esa noche bebimos mucho whisky Una gran noche.Al d a siguiente quise agarrar es [...]

Calasso s famous book gives us a new telling of the old Greek myths It s the familiar couched in a new language so stirring it becomes poetry Such exquisite language is needed to capture the essence of those moments when the gods are at once themselves and yet are everywhere and everything.In other writings Calasso has flirted with the idea that the gods were once as real as you and I but that they went away A lovely idea as romantic as the myths themselves The marriage of Cadmus and Harmony, th [...]

To invite the gods ruins our relationship with them but sets history in motion A life in which the gods are not invited isn t worth living It will be quieter, but there won t be any stories And you could suppose that these dangerous invitations were in fact conceived by the gods themselves, because the gods get bored with men who have no stories An absolutely brilliant, if meandering, journey through variants of Greek myth Roberto Calasso writes with evident passion, weaving the ancient and mal [...]

Un affascinante dedalo di miti, echi di un mondo sospeso tra racconto e leggenda, tra cui piacevole abbandonarsi guidati dalle virtuose costruzioni letterarie dell autore Un libro molto particolare, che non si limita a raccontare il mito, ma che ne ricrea sapientemente atmosfere e mal e, facendo sprofondare il lettore in una dimensione antica e suggestiva.

I seem to be out of step with the consensus on this one I received this book as a gift from a friend who claimed it was one of the best things she d ever read There s no doubting Calasso s scholarship, but unless you have a PhD in Greek mythology or just a boundless fascination in it then I imagine you ll struggle with this as I did.

My older fucking brother frankly has been talking this book up forever, but like forever forever, like a decade forever, and I really went in like oh shit, what you doing son, which is generally a bad way to go into a book, or to visit a place, or to meet a woman Where was I I didn t like this like I had intended myself to It s basically just the author spitballing endlessly about Greek myth, and some times I was like cool, clever , and other times I was like what, no, that s what that doesn t m [...]

Mythical figures live many lives, die many deaths, and in this they differ from the characters we find in novels, who can never go beyond the single gesture But in each of these lives and deaths all the others are present, and we can hear their echo Only when we become aware of a sudden consistency between incompatibles can we say we have crossed the threshold of myth 22 The repetition of a mythical event, with its play of variations, tells us that something remote is beckoning to us There is no [...]

I have long observed that the reason why every effort to adapt The Iliad to film fails so spectacularly is because the gods so integral to Homer s epic are somehow excluded from the big screen It was not entirely his fault that beefcake Brad Pitt looked so ridiculous trying to channel Achilles in Oliver Stone s 2004 dreadful attempt Homer s Achilles is himself half divine, spawn of the sea nymph Thetis and the mortal Peleus, and it is the intervention of the Olympian gods to palliate the rage of [...]

This is a brilliant book Could there be better way to retell and conceive of the Greek myths than the way Calasso does Rather than trying to make them cohere in detail, rather than trying to find the definitive version of a story or a master narrative that sutures all the tales together, Calasso makes a virtue of their inconsistency, opacity, and repetition Repetition is part of myth Opacity is essential, not obstructive The unaccountability of multiple accounts is part of the stories meanings I [...]

Recommended to me by Eloise at a friend s Christmas party The author, Robert Calasso, wrote the earlier The Ruin of Kasch in 1983, a book admired by Italo Calvino Dedicated to the French statesman Talleyrand, it was followed in 1988 by The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony, in which the tale of Cadmus and his wife Harmonia becomes a pretext for re telling the great tales of Greek mythology and reflecting on the reception of Greek culture for a contemporary readership Another world civilization is s [...]

At the beginning it was hard to wrap my mind around all the new material This content and the writer s style finally became familiar The stories turned out to be both imaginative and wonderful and enhanced my knowledge of Greek mythology.


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