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[[ Read Pdf ]] ë Novelle Rusticane ⚼ FIRST PUBLISHED in a single volume in , the stories collected in Little Novels of Sicily are drawn from the Sicily of Giovanni Verga s childhood, reported at the time to be the poorest place in Europe Verga s style is swift, sure, and implacable he plunges into his stories almost in midbreath, and tells them with a stark economy of words There s something dark and tightly coiled at the heart of each story, an ironic, bitter resolution that is belied by the deceptive simplicity of Verga s prose, and Verga strikes just when the reader s not expecting itTranslator D H Lawrence surely found echoes of his own upbringing in Verga s sketches of Sicilian life the class struggle between property owners and tenants, the relationship between men and the land, and the unsentimental, sometimes startlingly lyric evocation of the landscape Just as Lawrence veers between loving and despising the industrial North and its people, so too Verga shifts between affection for and ironic detachment from the superstitious, uneducated, downtrodden working poor of Sicily If Verga reserves pity for anyone or anything, it is the children and the animals, but he doesn t spare them In his experience, it is the innocents who suffer first and last and always The Little Novels of Sicily have that sense of the wholeness of life, the spare exuberance, the endless inflections and overtones, and the magnificent and thrilling vitality of major literature The New York Times In these stories the whole Sicily of the s lives before us and whether his subject be the brutal bloodshed of an abortive revolution or the simple human comedy that can attend even deep mourning, Verga never loses his complete artistic mastery of his materialThe Times Literary Supplement Ah, read about a time when men were men and mules were nervousactually a time when family was the main difference between survival and calamity A time when both rich and poor suffered, but the poor sacrificed Marriage and its requisite dowry was a major factor in determining one s future A woman with no dowry was likely to become a spinster If and when the barons were overthrown did not necessarily result in equal distribution of the booty and chaos resulted Yes the feudal system was rou Ah, read about a time when men were men and mules were nervousactually a time when family was the main difference between survival and calamity A time when both rich and poor suffered, but the poor sacrificed Marriage and its requisite dowry was a major factor in determining one s future A woman with no dowry was likely to become a spinster If and when the barons were overthrown did not necessarily result in equal distribution of the booty and chaos resulted Yes the feudal system was rough but liberty did not assure happiness The book has a good number of humorous, yet meaningful stories Sometimes it reminded me of a Fellini movie script with the cast of characters to rival the director s A escrita de Verga um estilo simples de ser compreendido, nestes dois contos ele aborda o sobrenatural fantasma de Donna Violante em As hist rias do Castelo de Terezza , e narra a hist ria de um fazendeiro sem herdeiros que toda a sua felicidade a fazenda que construiu em A Fazenda.Foi a minha primeira experi ncia com este escritor J li muitos escritores italianos Mas n o s o todos que me prendem do in cio ao fim Espero ler em breve uma novela ou romance de Verga This is a slim volume of short stories set in Sicily by one of Italy s most acclaimed writers, but took me a while to read, because they are just difficult The landscape is heartless, the people are either desperately poor or terribly corrupt, and illness colors the air.The translator, D.H Lawrence, says in his introduction During the fifties and sixties, Sicily is said to have been the poorest place in Europe absolutely penniless A Sicilian peasant might live through his whole life wi This is a slim volume of short stories set in Sicily by one of Italy s most acclaimed writers, but took me a while to read, because they are just difficult The landscape is heartless, the people are either desperately poor or terribly corrupt, and illness colors the air.The translator, D.H Lawrence, says in his introduction During the fifties and sixties, Sicily is said to have been the poorest place in Europe absolutely penniless A Sicilian peasant might live through his whole life without ever possessing as much as a dollar, in hard cash This is the Sicily portrayed in the stories There are characters and situations that tie one to another, capturing a specific period on the island Tr gico, t trico, fatal N o h nada al m disso na seleta de contos deste magn fico Cenas de Vida Siciliana , de Giovanni Verga, editado pela Berlendis e Vertecchia.Mas n o h a cr tica alguma de minha parte, muito pelo contr rio Verga, por meio de sua habilidosa arte de contista, consegue transmitir nos uma impress o marcante do mundo do campon s siciliano E este mundo duro e fatal, rido, calcinado pelo inclemente sol mediterr neo e tamb m vergastado pelas g lidas borrascas marinhas.N Tr gico, t trico, fatal N o h nada al m disso na seleta de contos deste magn fico Cenas de Vida Siciliana , de Giovanni Verga, editado pela Berlendis e Vertecchia.Mas n o h a cr tica alguma de minha parte, muito pelo contr rio Verga, por meio de sua habilidosa arte de contista, consegue transmitir nos uma impress o marcante do mundo do campon s siciliano E este mundo duro e fatal, rido, calcinado pelo inclemente sol mediterr neo e tamb m vergastado pelas g lidas borrascas marinhas.N o h propriamente uma civiliza o no mundo de Verga n o h propriamente uma sociedade humana O que existe, de fato, um mundo de seres famintos, brutos, grandemente sensuais, que vivem unicamente para saciar seus apetites mais imediatos Comida, sexo e dinheiro s o esses os motivos que impulsionam os personagens de Cenas de Vida Siciliana.Mas as coisas, na sua grande maioria, n o se passam assim A grande por o dos homens que arrastam suas penas neste baixo mundo n o vivem exclusivamente para isso para sofregamente satisfazerem suas necessidades mais imediatas, mais comezinhas, mais mundanas Os personagens de Verga s o assim n o necessariamente perversos, mas brutalizados, mundanos, vulgares O mundo id lico dos camponeses imaginado pelos poetas d aqui lugar a um mundo estritamente realista, beirando o puro e simples naturalismo necessidades carnais, viscerais luta pela sobreviv ncia, limita es, restri es, fome, sede, depauperamento, lubricidade.Um mundo e uma gente sem remiss o Uma f religiosa que n o possui transcend ncia que rasa, tosca Pura supersti o de sabor pag o.Ao longo de todos os contos, surge sempre mente a passagem b blica, a maldi o pronunciada sobre Ad o e toda a sua descend ncia a terra ser maldita na tua obra, tirar s d ella o sustento com trabalhos penosos todos os dias da tua vida o resumo dos contos que comp em este Cenas de Vida Siciliana uma vida e um mundo sem perd o, sem reden o vida dura, bruta, de constante e incans vel luta pela sobreviv ncia.Mas n o nos espantemos a despeito de todos os confortos da vida urbana p s moderna, o mundo continua sendo exatamente assim como Verga o descreve O grande autor italiano n o tem pudor de rasgar o v u de Is s e nos mostrar as coisas como elas realmente s o Este o grande dom que Verga generosamente nos entrega Resta nos agradecer e aprender a li o