[Pdf/E–book] La figlia oscura

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  • La figlia oscura
  • Elena Ferrante
  • Portuguese
  • 09 March 2019
  • 9788551000328

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La figlia oscura Read & Download Ú 7 Az Leda se lembrar de si mesma uando jovem e cheia de expectativas A aproximação das duas no entanto desencadeia em Leda uma enxurrada de lembranças da própria vida e de segredos ue ela nunca conseguiu revelar a ninguémNo estilo inconfundível ue a tornou conhecida no mundo todo Elena Ferrante parte de elementos simples para construir uma narrativa poderosa sobre a maternidade e as conseuências ue a família pode ter na vida de diferentes gerações de mulher. This is signature Elena Ferrante there is no mistaking her writing She captures the torment of motherhood beautifully The internal conflict of remaining an individual woman versus the constraints of motherhood The regrets and remorse that constantly weigh a woman down that juxtaposition really defines her books This novel is weird in a good way The conflicted nature of the main character suffering what I believe to be classic empty nest syndrome tinged with terrible regrets she encounters a family she becomes slightly obsessed with while holidaying alone this obsession makes her act in some strange and objectionable ways It s weird and wonderful in true Ferrante style A truly intriguing read

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La figlia oscura Read & Download Ú 7 E aliviada depois de as filhas já crescidas se mudarem para o Canadá com o pai decide tirar férias no litoral sul da Itália Logo nos primeiros dias na praia ela volta toda a sua atenção para uma ruidosa família de napolitanos em especial para Nina a jovem mãe de uma menininha chamada Elena ue sempre está acompanhada de sua boneca Cercada pelos parentes autoritários e imersa nos cuidados com a filha Nina parece perfeitamente à vontade no papel de mãe e f. This novella starts off reminding me in terms of the setting only very much of the longish story The Beach in Cesare Pavese s The Selected Works translated by RW Flint As in the Neapolitan novels Ferrante again shows in harrowing detail the absolute misery of child rearing The annoyances the resentments the hatreds to and from both parent and child It s like a trap for all involved a prison It seems the Italians don t go in much for psychoanalysis at least not the characters in Ferrante s books But Ferrante knows her characters minds and the truly bizarre scenes they produce The narrator saysFor a while I made no distinctions between public areas and private ones I didn t care if people heard me and judged me I felt a strong desire to act out my rage as if in the theater p77She is a middle aged woman a college teacher of English Literature who begins her story by talking about how liberating it has been for her personally to send her two teenage daughters off to live in Canada with their father from whom she is bitterly divorced With regard to another younger mother whose little girl is throwing a fit at the moment she saysShe had tried to see herself in the mirror as she had been before bringing that organism into the world before condemning herself forever to adding it on to hers Soon she ll start yelling I thought soon she ll hit her trying to break that bond Instead the bond will become twisted will strengthen in remorse in the humiliation of having shown herself in public to be an unaffectionate mother not the mother of church or the Sunday supplements p67There s

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La figlia oscura Read & Download Ú 7 As coisas mais difíceis de falar são as ue nós mesmos não conseguimos entender Com essa afirmação ao mesmo tempo simples e desconcertante Elena Ferrante logo alerta os leitores preparem se pois verdades dolorosas estão prestes a ser reveladasLançado originalmente em 2006 e ainda inédito no Brasil o terceiro romance da autora ue se consagrou por sua série napolitana acompanha os sentimentos conflitantes de uma professora universitária de meia idade Leda u. It s been awhile since I read and obsessively enjoyed Elena Ferrante s Neapolitan series especially loved book 2 and 3I went into this book completely blind It s a thin slim thick thought provoking novella I was immediately pulled in from the get go with these words When my daughters moved to Toronto where their father had lived and worked for years I was embarrassed and amazed to discover that I wasn t upset rather I felt light as if only then had I definitely brought them into the world For the first time in almost twenty five years I was not aware of the anxiety of having to take care of them The house was neat as if no one lived there I no longer had the constant bother of shopping and doing laundry the woman who for years had helped with the household chores found a better paying job and I felt no need to replace her We meet divorced 47 year old Leda She s an English Professor Summer vacation is just beginning Leda feels lighter being completely alone without her two young adult daughters living with her She calls her daughters on the phone once a day but is surprisingly ecstatic to be alone Leda uickly becomes physically lighter eating only one meal a dayShe rents a summer beach house for a six week summer vacation near Naples bringing her school books to prepare assignments for when the fall term begins Ok sounds good a nice summer break beach vacation not so fastThings become odd puzzling mysterious haunting and down right creepy Leda meets a young family also vacationing at the same beachShe is fixated with another young mother Nina her child Elena and Elena s doll From Leda s observations judgements projections and evaluations of the motherdaughter relationship between Nina ElenaLeda s behavior becomes disturbing Her choices mysteriously disturbing Leda s inner reflective voicedialogue with herself is intriguingand unsettling Leda s memories surface from her own younger days as a daughter wife mother and lover Regrets are heightened and an almost Stream of consciousness unfolds What emerges is uite dark seriously hauntingThe self assessment Leda has with herself is conflicting sad and psychologically complex A very unsettling novel hard to feel sympathetic for Ledayet Elena Ferrante s writing is gripping Rather than leaving this novel with the satisfaction of an insightful resolution I m left with the bare bone reality of how devastating and brutally life altering loss is