Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana



Oh, Gli Occhi Dove, Chi Guardavano Il Volto Oh, Era Sgraffiata, Poverina Fin Sotto Un Occhio, Sur Naso Oh, Quel Viso Com Era Stanco, Povera Liliana, Quel Capo, Nel Nimbo, Che L Avvolgeva, Dei Capelli, Fili Tuttavia Operosi Della Carit Affilato Nel Pallore, Il Volto Sfinito, Emaciato Dalla Suzione Atroce Della Morte Dal Pi Celebre Giallo Della Letteratura Italiana Non Verremo Mai A Sapere Chi Il Colpevole Come Tutti I Romanzi Di Gadda, Infatti, Anche Il Pasticciaccio Incompiuto, Coerentemente Con La Visione Del Mondo Dell Autore, Che Concepiva La Realt Come Un Aggrovigliatissimo Garbuglio , Tragicamente Impossibile Da Dipanare Per Giungere A Possederne Un Qualsiasi Bandolo Ma Se La Verit Negata, Non Ci Si Pu Comunque Sottrarre Alla Ricerca, All Esercizio Dell Intelligenza E Dell Ironia, All Illusorio Ma Suggestivo Esorcismo Della Nostra Sostanziale Incapacit Di Conoscere.Intelligenza E Ironia Non Fanno Certo Difetto Al Commissario Ciccio Ingravallo, Il Quale Nella Fascistissima Roma Del 1927 Si Trova A Indagare Su Un Delitto Che Coinvolge Le Sue Amicizie E Anche I Suoi Segreti Affetti Convinto Seguace Del Dubbio Programmatico, Nutrito Di Testi Filosofici Molto Amati, Questo Singolare Poliziotto Molisano Si Muove Tra Labili Indizi E Improvvise Scoperte Che Complicano Vieppi , Anzich Semplificare, Il Quadro Delle Ricerche E Lo Fa Nella Consapevolezza Dell Inutilit Dei Suoi Sforzi Di Mettere Ordine In Un Contesto Insensato, Cui Corrisponde Drammaticamente L Insensatezza Della Storia, E Del Regime Sciagurato Che Gli Toccato In Sorte Di Dover Servire.Pubblicato Nel 1957, Ma Gi Parzialmente Scritto Fra Il 1946 E Il 1947, Il Romanzo Uno Dei Capolavori Assoluti Del Nostro Secondo Novecento, Che Si Avvale Di Una Lingua Ricchissima E Composita, Ove Dialetti Centro Meridionali E Italiano Letterario Si Fondono In Una Miracolosa Miscela Espressiva, E Che Confermano L Indiscutibile Preminenza Finalmente Riconosciuta Dai Pi Di Carlo Emilio Gadda Nella Letteratura Europea Del XX Secolo.Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana

Carlo Emilio Gadda was an Italian writer and poet He belongs to the tradition of the language innovators, writers that played with the somewhat stiff standard pre war Italian language, and added elements of dialects, technical jargon and wordplay.Gadda was a practising engineer from Milan, and he both loved and hated his job Critics have compared him to other writers with a scientific background

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana
  • Carlo Emilio Gadda
  • Italian
  • 22 October 2017
  • 9788481305425

10 thoughts on “Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana

  1. says:

    That Awful Mess on the Via Merulana demonstrates two distinguished peculiarities dark sarcasm of the author and the extremely extravagant language of narration And in general the novel may be considered as an antithesis to The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.This is a portrait of the investigator And then he used to say, but this a bit wearily, you re sure to find skirts where you don t want to find them A belated Italian revision of the trite cherchez la femme And then he seemed to repent, as if he had slandered the ladies, and wanted to change his mind But that would have got him into difficulties So he would remain silent and pensive, afraid he had said too much What he meant was that a certain affective motive, a certain amount or, as you might say today, a quantum of affection, of eros, was also involved even in matters of interest, in crimes which were apparently far removed from the tempests of love Some colleagues, a tiny bit envious of his intuitions, a few priests, acquainted with the many evils of our t...

  2. says:

    Gli affari tenebrosi Perch Ingravallo, similmente a certi nostri filosofi, attribuiva un anima, anzi un animaccia porca, a quel sistema di forze e di probabilit che circonda ogni creatura umana, e che si suol chiamare destino.Un romanzo poliziesco, ma anche un romanzo filosofico, scrisse Calvino introducendo il Pasticciaccio basato sulla concezione che non si pu spiegare nulla se ci si limita a cercare una causa per ogni effetto, perch ogni effetto determinato da una molteplicit di cause, ognuna delle quali a sua volta ha tante altre cause dietro di s dunque, continua Calvino con un immagine intensa, ogni fatto per esempio un delitto come un vortice in cui convergono correnti diverse, mosse ognuna da spinte eterogenee, nessuna delle quali pu essere trascurata nella ricerca della verit Conoscere per Gadda inserire alcunch nel reale quindi, deformare il reale scrivere per inseguire quella perenne deformazione chiamata essere vita, nel suo donchisciottismo vita, ombra deforme del vero, gola infernale dell eternit Ma il Pasticciaccio, innervato da una simbologia bipolare verit menzogn...

  3. says:

    This novel is the perfect example of lost in translation Nearly every page has a footnote which has to explain a joke that doesn t work in English or tell you that Gadda is basically subtweeting Mussolini here I m sur...

  4. says:

    Lasciate perdere le prefazioni, le postfazioni e gli studi di Contini e soci Ignorate gli articoli di Citati e Pasolini Fregatevene di chi analizza il Gadda caleidoscopico, barocco e modernista Ma leggete questa meraviglia potete anche solo a...

  5. says:

    We are introduced to Don Ciccio in the opening sentence His real name is Officer Francesco Ingravallo, a homicide detective in 1927 Rome So we know immediately that someone will be murdered anon and that Don Ciccio will be tasked with solving the crime But this will not be classic noir and Don Ciccio would not be recognized by readers of P.D James, nor by viewers of The Pink Panther He is neither buffoon nor super sleuth Though young as detectives go, and envied, he mostly seems tired He is only called when there is a mess Remember this is 1927 Rome There is a mess.Yes, Don Ciccio knows The apparent motive, the principal motive was, of course, single But the crime was the effect of a whole list of motives which had blown on it in a whirlwind like the sixteen winds in the list of winds when they twist together in a tornado, in a cyclonic depression and ended by pressing into the vortex of the the crime the enfeebled reason of the world So, yes, Liliana gets her neck slashed, a day or two after a nearby robbery, and there is no dearth of suspects But this is the Mess the author wants to talk about Relics of an age dissolved into the void, with its frivolities, and its clich s, and its condoms, and its Masonic screwing around The knife...

  6. says:

    There was indeed an awful mess on the Via Merulana, unfortunately, for anyone living outside Rome s protective bubble, there is also a bit of mess, with Gadda s writing In fact, those who don t reside in Italy as a whole will find huge lumps of this almost unreadable.A novel about Rome, for Rome unless you know your way around it intimately but written by a non Roman, Carlo Emilo Gadda, a Milanese native who is closely associated with the bourgeoisie of milan, writes mostly in Roman dialect, mixed with a brand of folk expressions, artistic, philosophical prose, historical quotations and leading Italian figures Mussolini is used in reference to a lot of the dialogue that he alters and plays around with, even the slightest details get blown up in epic proportions, capturing the small moments, that are then enlarged onto a massive canvas Even worse is that the novel along with most of Gadda s writing was left incomplete If this sounds a complex web of balderdash, it unequivocally is Translator William Weaver, who has worked on the likes of Umberto Eco and Alberto Moravia, says it s up to the reader to interpret the meanings of where things get tricky, safe to say it gets tricky a lot.But though the unequivocal lather, there are some clearer waters, and a story to be toldTwo crimes, a burglary jewels stolen , and a horrendous murder a lady has here throat cut take place in the same apartment block on the Via Muralana, ...

  7. says:

    L anello col topaccioQuesto il mio primo libro di Gadda ed stata una bellissima sorpresa Poich ha fama di essere un autore difficile, me ne ero sempre tenuta lontana, ma l ho trovato piacevolissimo Dir di pi mi fa ridere E un libro insolito, che parte come un giallo e tratteggia delitto e commissario Ma molto di pi il lato poliziesco risulta poi trascurabile E un fantastico documentario nella provincia di Roma dell anno 1927, a partire dal capo di stato che una macchietta ineguagliata, passando per la buona societ fino al popolo pi misero Ad onor del vero, bisogna dire che la prima bozza dell opera venne pubblicata nel 1946 47, quando detto capo di stato non poteva pi risentirsi.La scrittura di Gadda uno spettacolo pirotecnico di ironia, sarcasmo, romanesco, citazioni latine, inglesi e dettagli tecnici derivati dalla professione di ingegnere Gadda doveva essere un grande snob e in effetti le vittime principali dei suoi lazzi sono quelli che affettano modi che non appartengono loro Bellissimo il furto dell anello col topazzio sic , giallazio, ma, meglio, topaccio Sembra un assurdit ma mio padre citava una donnina della sua infanzia, abbastanza incolta ma con qualche pret...

  8. says:

    The only problem is that the novel is so Italian that the English language reader s at sea most of the time There simply aren t enough footnotes This reminds me of reading Martin Amis s Lionel Asbo State of England The problem there was British slang Half a dozen slang references per page with all the Googling made for tough sledding Same problem with Vla...

  9. says:

    Carlo Emilio Gadda s modernist opus That Awful Mess on the Via Merulana must be the hidden masterpiece of European literature that we have not yet acknowledged Indeed it is not for nothing that three of the greatest modernists of Italian lit viz Calvino, Moravia and Pier Pasolini regarded it as the great modern Italian novel Indeed it is a work of great, freaking genius a pioneering work of modernist ambition and style One can only wonder at the degree and extent of effort that went into the conception and structuring of those long serpentine sentences that meander, at times most inconclusively and too extensively, throughout the plot and structuring of the book that tends to go haywire often than not To give an example of the quite extravagant use of language and description that permeates throughout the text, here is one passage towards the end of the book A stink, there, of dirty clothing or of not very washable or seldom washed people in illness, or sweating in the labor that the countryside, unremittingly, at every change of weather, demands or rather, even , of feces poorly put away near the illness, so needful of shelter Two long tap...

  10. says:

    I ve waited for so long to be able to read this one in original It was worth learning Italian language and culture for decades to be able get to know this book in all its dialectal and cultural richness Intelligent, inventive, passionate prose I am so sorry a huge part of it is impossible to turn into other language, otherwise I would gladly translate it into Bulgarian Raccolte a tulipano le cinque dita della mano destra, altalen quel fiore nella ipot...

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