Il tamburo di latta

  • Title: Il tamburo di latta
  • Author: Günter Grass Lia Secci
  • ISBN: 9788807807053
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • Il tamburo di latta Oskar Matzerath ripercorre con l aiuto di un tamburo di latta giocattolo e strumento magico le vicende della sua vita dominata dalla scelta a tre anni di non crescere pi e di essere nano per odio
    Oskar Matzerath ripercorre con l aiuto di un tamburo di latta, giocattolo e strumento magico, le vicende della sua vita, dominata dalla scelta, a tre anni, di non crescere pi e di essere nano per odio dei suoi due padri quello anagrafico e l amante della madre Il ricordo comprende la vita della madre fino alla sua nascita, ricca di presagi, si passa poi all infanzia, aOskar Matzerath ripercorre con l aiuto di un tamburo di latta, giocattolo e strumento magico, le vicende della sua vita, dominata dalla scelta, a tre anni, di non crescere pi e di essere nano per odio dei suoi due padri quello anagrafico e l amante della madre Il ricordo comprende la vita della madre fino alla sua nascita, ricca di presagi, si passa poi all infanzia, al rifiuto di crescere, al rifiuto e poi all adesione al nazismo, all esperienza teatrale e erotica con una compagnia di nani La fine della guerra separa Oskar da Danzica e lo porta a Dusseldorf A 28 anni decide di crescere e di diventare un famoso compositore di musica da tamburo.

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    About Günter Grass Lia Secci


    1. G nter Wilhelm Grass was a Nobel Prize winning German novelist, poet, playwright, illustrator, graphic artist, and sculptor.He was born in the Free City of Danzig now Gda sk, Poland Since 1945, he lived in West Germany, but in his fiction he frequently returned to the Danzig of his childhood He always identified himself as a Kashubian.He is best known for his first novel, The Tin Drum 1959 , a key text in European magic realism His own name for this style was broadened reality His other successes of the period were Cat and Mouse 1961 and Dog Years 1963 These novels, along with The Tin Drum, make up what Mr Grass called his Danzig Trilogy Grass was born in the Free City of Danzig on 16 October 1927, to Willy Grass 1899 1979 , a Protestant ethnic German, and Helene Grass n e Knoff, 1898 1954 , a Roman Catholic of Kashubian Polish origin Grass was raised a Catholic His parents had a grocery store with an attached apartment in Danzig Langfuhr now Gda sk Wrzeszcz He has one sister, who was born in 1930.Grass attended the Danzig Gymnasium Conradinum He volunteered for submarine service with the Kriegsmarine to get out of the confinement he felt as a teenager in his parents house which he considered in a very negative way civic Catholic lower middle class In 1943 he became a Luftwaffenhelfer, then he was drafted into the Reichsarbeitsdienst, and in November 1944, shortly after his seventeenth birthday, into the Waffen SS The seventeen year old Grass saw combat with the 10th SS Panzer Division Frundsberg from February 1945 until he was wounded on 20 April 1945 and sent to an American POW camp.In 1946 and 1947 he worked in a mine and received a stonemason s education For many years he studied sculpture and graphics, first at the Kunstakademie D sseldorf, then at the Universit t der K nste Berlin He also worked as an author and traveled frequently He married in 1954 and since 1960 lived in Berlin as well as part time in Schleswig Holstein Divorced in 1978, he remarried in 1979 From 1983 to 1986 he held the presidency of the Berlin Akademie der K nste Berlin Academy of Arts.During the German unification process in 1989 he argued for separation of the two states, because he thought a unified Germany would resume its past aggression He moved to the northern German city of L beck in 1995.He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1999 In 2006, Grass caused controversy with his disclosure of his Waffen SS service during the final months of World War II, which he had kept a secret until publishing his memoir that year He died of complications of lung infection on 13th of April, 2015 at a L beck hospital He was 87.


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    1. I had an intense reaction to this book. I friggin hated it. Or, rather, I loved to hate it, while I was reading it. It was an assignment in a Postmodern Lit. class, and everyone in the class liked the protagonist but me. I thought he was awful. I couldn't believe they enjoyed him, much less admitted to enjoying him. But some part of me must have understood.That was the point. This is a story I felt in my stomach. It was so full of perversion, of the grotesque, and I was 20 and a "good girl" and [...]

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    2. Μαγικός ρεαλισμός προσδοκιών ή ρεαλιστική μαγεία συνείδησης, όπως και να το χαρακτηρίσω αυτό το ταμπούρλο χτυπούσε και θα χτυπάει πάντα τον ρυθμό της ιστορίας. Αυτό το ταμπούρλο παίζει μελωδίες, τις μελωδίες του κόσμου. Με ποικιλία ρυθμική μας βάζει στο χορό της προπολεμι [...]

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    3. طبل الصفيح؛ تعدد السرد وطرح التساؤلات قراءة في رواية غونتر غراص : طبل الصفيح Die Blechtrommel - Günter Grassنص المادة مختصر قمت بنشره على موقع إنكتاب وقد وضعت رابطة بصفحتي على تويتر، وأنشره هنا الأن قيمة هذه العمل تكمن في صدقه تجاه الإنسان. وعندما منحت نوبل غراس كان تعلم إن الإنسان أحتل شأ [...]

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    4. Heil, Oskar Koljaiczek Matzerath-Bronski! The drummer! The magical three-year-old! The hunchback! The Jesus! The Satan! The Goethe! The Rasputin! The arsonist reincarnate! The student! The destroyer of glass! The tempter! The Skat ace! The bane of propaganda assemblies! The war veteran! The Catholic! The disciple maker! The choir boy! The fizz blower! The father! The prodigal son! The entertainer! The tombstone engraver! The art model! The devotee of nurses! The jazz musician! The star! The love [...]

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    5. My reaction to finishing this book was 'thank god that's over'. I thought it was interesting in the abstract, but at times I couldn't stand reading it. The unreliable main character Oskar, decides to stop growing at the age of three . He refuses to speak, and communicates by banging on his titular drum. I gather this is supposed to reflect German societies refusal to accept the realities of the rise of Nazism and their complicity in it. But I don't really care. My problem with the book wasn't th [...]

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    6. 462. ‎Die Blechtrommel ‭= The Tin Drum, Günter GrassThe Tin Drum (German: Die Blechtrommel) is a 1959 novel by Günter Grass. The novel is the first book of Grass's Danziger Trilogie (Danzig Trilogy) and winner of the Nobel Prize in literature. It was adapted into a 1979 film, which won both the Palme d'Or, in the same year, and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film the following year. The story revolves around the life of Oskar Matzerath, as narrated by himself when confined in [...]

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    7. Re-visit 2015: Günter Grass, Nobel-winning German novelist, dies aged 87 Description: Danzig in the 1920s/1930s. Oskar Matzerath, son of a local dealer, is a most unusual boy. Equipped with full intellect right from his birth he decides at his third birthday not to grow up as he sees the crazy world around him at the eve of World War II. So he refuses the society and his tin drum symbolizes his protest against the middle-class mentality of his family and neighborhood, which stand for all passiv [...]

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    8. Onions and PotatosIn the very first chapter, I was reminded of Midnight Children because of Oscar's conversational tone of narrative - same as that of Saleem Shinai. Once MC was in my mind couldn't help locating similarities - both narrators start their stories with first meeting of their maternal grandparents, both like talking about sex, both of them feel need to hide from world (Oskar in grandmother's skirts, Shinai in londery box) etc. Still there are enough differences, MC is more magical r [...]

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    9. ألمانيا، الأرض التي تصارعت عليها بكل قوة وعنف وحيوية مختلف تيارات وأهواء الثقافة الغربية والعالمية، الأرض التي جمعت بين دقة وبرود العقل وأشواق الروح الإنسانية (اعتذر عن هذا الكليشيه الرخيص)، هذه الأرض وجدت نفسها مدمرة تماماً بعد نهاية الحرب العالمية الثانية مادياً وروحياً [...]

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    10. The plot, characters, and setting are all top-notch, but what makes Drum a stellar read is its tone. A reviewer might have described it as 'sardonically irreverant' had not Waiting for Guffman been the source of the phrase. Dripping with arrogance and wit against a macabre backdrop, The Tin Drum follows our sturdy-at-three-feet protagonist Oskar from his vivid recollections of his own birth through Hitler's occupations of Danzig, DE and Oskar's familial Poland through many other no doubt excitin [...]

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    11. "Granted: I'm an inmate in a mental institution."This opening line prepared me only a little to what was to come: a challenging, weird, unbelievable and extraordinary story. Oskar's drums and his drumming may still "haunt" me for some time after finishing his story. I am lost for more words here but one: recommended!

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    12. Funny, Brechtian Story of a Murderous Dwarf who is a Genius DrummerThis is a tough book to review.The story uses Brecht's concept of distancing to keep us from identifying with the characters.The tale takes place in Germany and Poland, before, during, and after World War II.The main character and narrator is Oskar Matzerath, a dwarf (and later on, a hunchbacked dwarf), who develops a precocious genius for drumming as a toddler. His parents supply him with toy tin drums (which he wears out with h [...]

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    13. ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر،این داستانِ جذاب، از زبانِ پسر بچه ای آلمانی به نامِ <اسکار> روایت میشود که علاقهٔ شدیدی به طبل زدن دارد و از سه سالگی به بعد، کوتوله قد مانده است و از نظر جسمانی رشد نکرده است**************‎از داستان مادربزرگ و تولدِ مادر او که بگذریم به آنجا میرسیم که در داستان [...]

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    14. *Available from KOBOBOOKSThe most remarkable thing that strikes one about The Tin Drum is an absence. For a novel that so famously deals with Germany's war guilt, there is remarkably little about the war in the novel. I don't mean to say that the novel does not touch on or talk about World War II. Of course it does. There is, after all, two whole chapters dealing with the German invasion of Poland, for example, where Oskar, Jan Bronski, and a dying man play a game of cards at the Polish Post Off [...]

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    15. I knew this book is good, but I had no idea it were that good.The novel that is not novelOn the surface, this is a fairly simple, easy to read book. It's the first novel by Günter Grass and it was published in 1959. You would think an author of this caliber would produce something that has a sophisticated (or should I say complicated?) style, something awesome, something the literary world would have a hard time explaining. But — he didn't. Grass obviously wasn't very fond of this. Right at t [...]

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    16. Era uma vez um país chamado Polónia que foi invadido durante uma Guerra chamada de Segunda Mundial.Era uma vez um país chamado Alemanha que recuperava de uma Guerra.Era uma vez um tambor de lata tocado por um menino chamado Oskar que cresceu, anão e corcunda, e se tornou um músico famoso.Era uma vez um enfermeiro de um hospício chamado Bruno que cuidava e ouvia a história de Oskar.Era uma vez uma mulher chamada Anna que escondeu debaixo de quatro saias um fugitivo e nove meses depois nasc [...]

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    17. تنبيه: فيما يأتي كشف لأحداث الرواية.الطبل الصفيح قرأت الرواية ومن ثم شاهدت الفيلم الألماني الذي صنع منها سنة 1979 م، وحاز على أوسكار أفضل فيلم أجنبي، وقام بدور أوسكار فيه (دايفد بينيت) وأخرجه المخرج الألماني فولكر شلوندرف، فلذا سأتحدث عن الرواية والفيلم معا ً. في البداية علي أن [...]

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    18. ¿Qué más diré? Nací bajo bombillas, interrumpí deliberadamente el crecimiento a los tres años, recibí un tambor, rompí vidrio con la voz, olfateé vainilla, tosí en iglesias, nutrí a Lucía, observé hormigas, decidí crecer, enterré el tambor, huí a Occidente, perdí el Oriente, aprendí el oficio de marmolista, posé como modelo, volví al tambor e inspeccioné cemento, gané dinero y guardé un dedo, regalé el dedo y huí riendo; ascendí, fui detenido, condenado, internado, sal [...]

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    19. One crazy ride. Oskar is unlike any other character you will ever read about besides maybe Tyrion Lannister maybe. The book is a comic masterpiece, a fanciful rendering of Germany during the war and after. It is part vaudeville, part absurd, part insane and like nearly all great literature impossible to classify. The movie was also unbelievably great. If you want to read one book by this Nobel laureate, I would suggest starting here - you will have a hard time putting in down. I think that it wo [...]

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    20. Funny I missed rating and reviewing this jewel. This is the lodestar, the mandrake root, the intrepid ooze making friends in the lukewarm pools of primeval poetry. This was the point of departure. A hallowed book I finished in a laundromat. I almost can't remember my reading life before wee Oskar. Eels, fizz, post offices, onions and Dusters have littered my imagination seemingly forever. I wanted to read the new translation and likely will someday. My memories of my own grandmother now smell li [...]

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    21. "What more shall I say: born under light bulbs, deliberately stopped growing at age of three, given drum, sang glass to pieces, smelled vanilla, coughed in churches, observed ants, decided to grow, buried drum, emigrated to the West, lost the East, learned stonecutter's trade, worked as model, started drumming again, visited concrete, made money, kept finger, gave finger away, fled laughing, rode up escalator, arrested, convicted, sent to mental hospital, soon to be acquitted, celebrating this d [...]

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    22. دهاء الحبكة هنا يستحق تقييم عالٍ ولكن أين هي الحبكة تحديدًا لنبدأ في تفهمها؟ أعتقد أن كل من قيّم الرواية سأل نفسه هذا السؤال! من أين نفهم غراس؟ فالقدرة على قراءة هذه الرواية و ليس القدرة على كتابتها هو ما يستحق جائزة نوبل فهي لم تكن هينة أبدًا نظرًا لمعايير مؤلفها الألماني غو [...]

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    23. Gunter Grass is the only winner of the Nobel Prize able to speak Kaszub a weird Slavic language still spoken in the area of Danzig. Perhaps realizing that he spoke a language that belonged to the world of myth and magic but not to his own century, Grass decided to convert his experiences into a twentieth century fairy tale.The hero Little Oskar is a boy born in the Free City of Danzig, a state that was created by the 1919 Treaty of Paris and liquidated by the Germans in September 1939. Little Os [...]

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    24. The world portrayed in The Tin Drum is brutal and harsh, and, at the same time freakishly strange. There is an aspect to violence that disconnects from everyday reality. In this book, seen through the eyes of its diminutive hero, it becomes downright surreal. Though the tone may be fantastic, Grass does a better job of capturing life under Nazi rule than anything else I have ever read. Even in translation, his language is dazzling, and one thing is certain: after reading what happens at the end [...]

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    25. Pop quiz: what's the name of that book with the physically deformed protagonist who's got paternity uncertainty and lives his own country's history? You know, he's got a superpower that sort of fades in and out as the book progresses, and, if I recall correctly, a relative who can cook feelings into soups. And he falls in with a group of weird kids with comical nicknames like Eyeslice and PuttPutt. No, it's not Midnight's Children. I'm talking about the one with the narrator who tells the whole [...]

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    26. I am not sure how to rate this book. I am not sure if I like it or hate it. It is just out of this world and Gunter Grass (Nobel Prize in Literature awardee) is just in his own league. The book is about a midget who refused to grow up. He decided to stop growing up at the age of 3 when he also started to beat his drum. His story as a child (Book 1) coincides with the pre-holocaust period in Poland. The scenes that struck me here the most are the 5-layer skirt of his grandmother where his grandfa [...]

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    27. during the expidition of the subjugating war in ireland, one soldier of cromwell got possessed by demon. the chaplain had no other choice(actually, he was good for nothing) and threw him into a pond(used to be a method of exorcism), the soldier sank without a single note of soundments after, the demon went up to the surface and said to the priest:"you just killed that poor man, you scam artist."the pastor replied:"no, i did not. i saved him, he's with god now"then the demon roared in rage:"saved [...]

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    28. رواية جبارة وأخيرا أنهيتها تعتبر من أعظم الروايات في الأدب الألمانيجميله ولكنها مرهقة جدا، ربما لكثرة صفحاتها (740 صفحة) والطباعة صغيرة. رواية تتحدث عن اوسكار ماترست الذي توقف نمو جسمه عندما كان بعمر الثلات سنوات باعتقاد والدته ان انزلاقه من سلم القبو كان سببا لذلك، فطوله لا [...]

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    29. من الروائع التي قرأتها أوسكار الذي يتوقف نومه عند عمر ثلاث سنوات ، لا يريد ان يدخل الى عالم الكبار يتمرد على مجتمعه وعائلته وتصرفاتها. أوسكار الذي تلقى طبله الاول ويتوقف نموه في نفس اليوم.٩٤ سم طوله وإجابته الوحيدة كانت بطلبه والدفاع عن نفسه بصوته الخارق كاسر الزجاج .الرواية [...]

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    30. When I was younger the only musical instrument we had in the house was an old acoustic guitar of my dad’s. Despite an interest in music, I was never particularly drawn to it, finding it a snivelling and cowardly instrument; an acoustic guitar, I thought to myself, cowers and sighs and feels sorry for itself, and that wasn’t at all what I wanted to express. No, I wanted to hammer something, to make a noise. Quite evidently, at that age, and in those circumstances, what best suited my feelings [...]

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