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Un angelo alla mia tavola (Autobiography, #1-3) L Autobiografia In Tre Volumi Di Janet Frame Stata Salutata Come Un Vero Evento Letterario L Isola Del Presente Racconta Una Infanzia E Una Adolescenza Nella Nuova Zelanda Degli Anni 20 E 30, In Cui Le Vicende Familiari Sono Segnate Dalla Povert E Dal Dramma Nel Secondo Volume, Un Paese Di Fiumi , La Timida Adolescente Si Trasformata In Una Donna Dalla Acuta Sensibilit Ma, Sospettata Di Schizofrenia, Costretta A Trascorrere Otto Anni Nelle Corsie Di Un Ospedale Psichiatrico Infine La Citt Degli Specchi Racconta Come Una Scrittrice Riesca A Tagliare Il Proprio Cordone Ombelicale Con Il Passato Jane Campion Ha Tratto Da Questa Trilogia Il Film Un Angelo Alla Mia Tavola.Questa Edizione Einaudi Comprende L Intera Trilogia.


10 thoughts on “Un angelo alla mia tavola (Autobiography, #1-3)

  1. says:

    I inhabited a territory of loneliness which I think resembles that place where the dying spend their time before death, and from where those who do return living to the world bring inevitably a unique point of view that is a nightmare, a treasure, and a lifelong possession at times I think it must be the best view in the world, ranging even farther than the view from the mountains of love, equal in its rapture and chilling exposure, there in the neighborhood of the ancient gods and goddesses. I inhabited a territory of loneliness which I think resembles that place where the dying spend their time before death, and from where those who do return living to the world bring inevitably a unique point of view that is a nightmare, a treasure, and a lifelong possession at times I think it must be the best view in the world, ranging even farther than the view from the mountains of love, equal in its rapture and chilling exposure, there in the neighborhood of the ancient gods and goddesses. I ve mentioned Janet Frame s most in famous turning point in a previous review of her work, whereupon her winning of an important literary prize convinced the doctors that it would not, in fact, do to give her a lobotomy It will be gotten o...


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    She was ugly She tried to kill herself Several times she mentioned her rotting teeth, implying the inferiority complex she much have developed because of it, her wild shock of curly hair which almost always elicited the suggestion from others to have it straightened, her lack of fashionable clothes At one dance party she attended no one had asked her to dance so she went home early, by herself, then pretended the next day that she had a blast the night previous.Her family was poor and she had She was ugly She tried to kill herself Several times she mentioned her rotting teeth, implying the inferiority complex she much have developed because of it, her wild shock of curly hair which almos...


  3. says:

    Temporary masks, I knew, had their place everyone was wearing them, they were the human rage but not masks cemented in place until the wearer could not breathe and was eventually suffocated.She looked how everyone saw her Sometime after reading Janet Frame s first autobiography To the Is Land late 2012 I watched some of the 1990s film adaptation by Jane Campion I stopped watching it into the part from An Angel at my Table Janet, Jean to her family, looked like everyone saw her I couldn t h Temporary masks, I knew, had their place everyone was wearing them, they were the human rage but not masks cemented in place until the wearer could not breathe and was eventually suffocated.She looked how everyone saw her Sometime after reading Janet Frame s first autobiography To the Is Land late 2012 I watched some of the 1990s film adaptation by Jane Campion I stopped watching it into the part from An Angel at my Table Janet, Jean to her family, looked like everyone saw her I couldn t hear the inside of her head The inside humming couldn t be hummed by me as she looks like she doesn t want you to notice her, just in case she isn t looking how she is supposed to look If there is anything I missed the most about Frame it was that she talked...


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    So.Is it blasphemy to say that I prefer her nonfiction to her fiction Her fiction was dense, poetic, experimental all of which I fully appreciate.Her autobiography is just her truth, which I absolutely love This resonated so much with me It s one of those books that says exactly what I would want to say to the world if I d had the presence of mind to say it first.She was diagnosed with schizophrenia but wasn t schizophrenic She was autistic if ever a woman was.So If you d like to hear a liter So.Is it blasphemy to say that I prefer her nonfiction to her fiction Her fiction was dense, poetic, experimental all of which I fully appreciate.Her autobiography is just her truth, which I absolutely love This resonated so much with me It s one of those books that says exactly what I would want to say to the world if I d had the presence of mind to say it first.She was diagnosed with schizophrenia but wasn t schizophrenic She was autisti...


  5. says:

    Libro diviso in tre parti, originariamente tre volumi poi riuniti in un unico grande libro Da lettore si inizia con l innocenza di un bambino e si cresce accompagnati dall autrice in un mondo sconosciuto, quasi fiabesco.Le tre parti del libro sono molto diverse fra loro, l infanzia, la maturit e la rinascita al mondo di una donna che stupisce per il suo approccio alla vita.Un infazia serena, seppur vissuta nell estrema povert , una curiosit vivace e una voglia di apprendere, di soffermarsi ma Libro diviso in tre parti, originariamente tre volumi poi riuniti in un unico grande libro Da lettore si inizia con l innocenza di un bambino e si cresce accompagnati dall autrice in un mondo sconosciuto, quasi fiabesco.Le tre parti del libro sono molto diverse fra loro, l infanzia, la maturit e la rinascita al mondo di una donna che stupisce per il suo approccio alla vita.Un infazia serena, seppur vissuta ...


  6. says:

    I confess that I came to this book only after seeing Jane Campion s brilliant film adaptation of Janet Frame s autobiographies And, despite telling essentially the same story, the book and the film feel like wildly different things That s the nature of an adaptation, of course and I m not suggesting that Campion is somehow less faithful to her source material than other directors might be It s just that Campion s film is perhapsmasterful,finely crafted Which does not take anythi I confess that I came to this book only after seeing Jane Campion s brillian...


  7. says:

    Bettie s Books


  8. says:

    Extra ordinary life and writing style She goes from a very realistic and straight on language to the most poetic descibtions of ordinary thing that I have ever read Some strophes needs to be read twice or trice to even comprehend and absorb A book to read for all


  9. says:

    Wonderful book by an exceptional New Zealand writer


  10. says:

    This is the second volume in a trilogy of autobiographies by New Zealand writer Janet Frame, covering about ten years in the 1940s between the time she leaves school and sets off for London Her description of surviving eight years spent in mental institutions as a result of being mistakenly diagnosed with schizophrenia, is horrifying, but also compelling I love Janet Frame s novels her writing is beautiful, complex, and she just seems to turn language inside out From that point of view alone This is the second volume in a trilogy of autobiographies by New Zealand writer Janet Frame, covering about ten years in the 1940s between the time she leaves school and sets off for London Her description of surviving eight years spent in mental institutions as a result of being mistakenly diagnosed with schizophrenia, is horrifying, but also compelling I love Janet Frame s novels her writing is beautiful, complex, and she just seems...