Feb 21, 2020
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  • Title: Wüste
  • Author: J.M.G. Le Clézio
  • ISBN: 9783462021806
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Broché
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    Rise

    Displacement, exile, refugee crossing, ethnic cleansing J M G Le Cl zio s themes are heavy They are the stuff of enduring human conflicts, the bane of civilization Yet the register of his writing makes bearable the human failings and violence it seeks to redress His prose register is poetry, but it is poetry lightened by silence and simplicity There is no limit to the extent to which we can think ourselves into the being of another , says J M Coetzee s eponymous novelist in Elizabeth Costello Th [...]


    Ruth

    This book is beautifully written The language and descriptions of the desert and its people are stunning But I felt at a remove from the characters, separated from them as by a wall of clouds Could this have something to do with the translation Or was it because there was almost no dialogue, just a monologue by an omniscient narrator who tells us what the characters are doing and what they feel I don t know But it isn t often that I throw in the towel on a book only 10 pages from the end.


    Judy

    This French author won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2008 I had never heard of him before his award, as is embarrassingly true of many of the Nobel Prize winners when they are not American or English Recently I resolved to read at least one book of each of these writers as long as they write novels Having read Desert, I understand why he was awarded The book was originally published in French by Editions Gallimard in 1980 and translated into English for release in 2009.Easily one of the most [...]


    Ana Carvalheira

    Alternando o facto hist rico com uma realidade fict cia, Jean Marie Gustave Le Cl zio, oferece nos, neste Deserto uma narrativa assombrosa sobre as condi es de vida de um povo, n mada nas suas perambula es decorrentes da amea a de uma guerra que, no in cio do s culo 20, op s o povo magrebino hegemonia do ocidente, nomeadamente, s aspira es colonialistas da Fran a e da Gr Bretanha que, procuravam no norte de frica, processos de explora o territorial aliados configura o de uma nova estrat gia geop [...]


    Shanmugam

    Desert nomads struggle for survival and postcolonial astonishing homecoming, in beautiful prose Having grown up in a moderate tropical wet land and immigrated to a moderate filth of metro, I have felt the warm sand and soil, flints of hot stones reflecting light on bare feet, brazier kind of setup in winters, torrential downpours, dust storm of red soil Once my father got caught in middle of a hailstorm, after our bullocks cart got mangled in the winds He walked down the last mile to home in the [...]


    Louise

    While there was some very good prose and a very good story concept, this book, for me, was disjointed and, largely, overwritten.The idea of showing an inherited untamed spirit of the last North African desert tribes to hold out against the Christian invaders is a good one Unfortunately, the stories of past and present, through much of the novel, are only tenuously connected I like that the author has chosen a woman to embody this spirit.The freedom accorded to Lalla as a young teenager is not re [...]


    Monica Carter

    Desert by Jean Marie Gustave Le Cl zio is a perfect example of why Le Cl zio won the Nobel in 2008, even though he was little known in the United States sprawling, place specific narratives that bring to life the histories of cultures we do not know and that the world is quickly forgetting One thing not to expect when you read Desert is a fast paced narrative that immediately transplants you into another place and time It does take to another place, but in as low, slightly repetitive pace that m [...]


    Helena K.

    Peut tre d au fait d avoir commenc crire pendant qu il tait encore enfant, Le Cl zio a gard dans son texte une perspective infantile, charg e d humanit , simple, pure une caract ristique qu il a su transporter la trajectoire des deux personnages principaux de D sert Avec pr s de 100 ans de distance parmi eux, Lalla et Nour partagent leur existence dans le d sert, l exp rience de la migration et la rencontre avec une r alit diff rente de celle qui leur avait t promise Tandis qu il tisse ces deux [...]


    Rosana

    First the confession I had never heard of Le Clezio until he won the Nobel in 2008, then when I bought the book a few months later, it was not the Noble prize that compelled me, but the picture on the cover of the verbamundi hardcover edition an enigmatic woman with a blue veil the picture, by the way, is by photographer Dan Heller image error To be lead to this book by a picture is ironic, as the reading of Desert is so much akin of watching a painter drawing and coloring on a canvas It also re [...]


    Lada

    Qu est ce que je pense de ce livre ecrit en 1980 qui est une spiritualite interieure, un chemin personnel dans le monde des annees 80 devenu de plus plus utilitaire et mercantile L ecrivain aide par son epouse marocaine, Jemia traverse l ocean de desert a la recherchew d un calme interieur qu une curiosite avive en lui a l ecoute du bruissement des choses de la terre autour de luiqui suscite, avive et aiguise son interet devant son identite et ce par rapport aux autres.Le livre est structure com [...]


    Louisa

    In the beginning there were the nomads, men and women whose faces and bodies were tinted blue with indigo and sweat Those looking for a fast moving plot will be disappointed, but D sert is a beautiful novel full of dreamy prose a journey, an unromanticised glimpse of life in the Sahara, deep in the desert where only the nomads can live.The story of Nour is based on true events during the beginning of the 20th century when the sheik Ma El A nin, a great leader of the nomads, founded the city of S [...]


    Andrew

    It so often seems that all late 20th Century French literature lies in the shadow of Proust Duras, Sollers, Simon, and apparently Monsieur Le Cl zio as well The style is so persistently rapturous, so caught up in breathless reverie and dazzling impressionism, that it might take a while for a story to appear That s fine by me.Desert is absolutely gorgeous, there s no doubt about that And I found myself really liking Lalla as a protagonist OK, she s the sort of existentialist heroine who you ve se [...]


    Jesse K

    Desert was an amazing book It was published 7 years after the Giants, but it seems like it was written 40 years later by an entirely different man Well, that s a bit of an exaggeration Le Clezio still employs alot of the same tricks like long descriptions of people walking and minute objects While his other books made me go holy f % , the Desert actually managed to effect me emotionally by placing those tricks around a , well in comparison , plot driven narrative The first 7 of his books seemed [...]


    Amélia

    I took quite a long time to read this book Not that the writing is that difficult to read, but the author doesn t exactly narrate a lot of action There s 80% of thoughts and descriptions in general in this book The first thing that I loved about it was the setting of the story Even in my bed, no sound around the house, I could feel the wind, the sun on my skin I ve definitely been transported by it Two stories are assembled, but as there s not a lot of action, and as the characters are really di [...]


    Suraj Alva

    Was reading this book in French and not a translation, got to page 70 and couldn t take it any It is too effing repetitive, the author just labors on and on and on and on, on unnecessary and redundant details so much so that you feel as if he got his money per the number of pages he wrote Trust me, the feeling that you get that the author is just wasting words is not because of the translation if you are reading a translated version , but is the essence of the work in its original language itsel [...]


    Ben Winch

    I struggled through about half of this because I was traveling and didn t have anything else to read, but I found it absolutely flat, opaque and affectless Wondering if I d missed something through lack of attention, when I got back to Australia I gave it to my dad to read, and his response was the same, despite his tastes being fairly different to mine This just seems a clear case of overreach Le Clezio doesn t have the requisite empathy with his mostly black, African, poor characters and the r [...]


    Dolors

    Two linked stories about tradition and progress and what we as a civilisation have come to sacrifice to get where we are.Beginning of the twentieth century, Nour, one of the last of a disappearing tribe who have to start a migration through the desert to find their homeland Lalla, the descendant of that now disappeared tribe, who has to take her own journey to find what s lacking in her life.Prose which should be read as poetry, through the senses I think that if you try to read this novel in th [...]


    Zeina

    L ouvrage de Le Cl zio se compose de deux r cits L un se d roule dans le d sert Il voque la migration des hommes bleus Le d sert reste pour eux le seul, le dernier pays libre o les lois d hommes n avaient plus d importance Le h ros de ce r cit doit tre nour, l adolescent qui a re u la b n diction du saint homme appel l eau des yeux ou maa elaynin.Le second r cit se situe au maghreb puis marseille Lalla est l h ro ne maintenant.elle refuse toutes les compromissions dans lesquelles on voudrait l e [...]


    Isabelle

    I am perplexed by Le Clezio s Desert it is so beautifully written that it actually becomes mesmerizing Such mastery of language in the most classical sense I could not help sensing some strong Proustian affinities Yet, I also felt the book was so strangely empty the thought dawned on me that maybe, just maybe, Le Clezio engineered that emptiness to reflect the vast empty horizon of the desert itself.


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    Igor

    Hace mucho, mucho tiempo, que no le a algo que tuviera un manejo de lenguaje tan potente y estremecedor como lo que escribe JMG Le Cl zio Sin demasiados problemas, uno puede respirar la atm sfera, sentir, vivir el desierto en cada p gina, las angustias de los personajes Sensaciones arenosas garantizadas en el mejor de los sentidos.


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    Aaron Cance

    A handsomely written, sprawling epic that chronicles the slow death of a North African culture Le Cl zio s prose reminded me, a great deal of that of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, i.e you won t rip through it quickly, but why would you want to when the journey is this moving.


    Oxana Gutu

    My next stop on the Read all Nobel price in Literature journey took me to North Africa, as seen by Jean Marie Gustave Le Cl zio Le Clezio received the Nobel prize for literature in 2008.He wrote D sert The desert in 1980.DesertClezio The desert appeared to me as a metaphor for human misery and emptiness, but also for wholeness and its intrinsic happiness The human misery and happiness are told through stories of descendants of a man believed to be holy by his North African nomadic people The sto [...]


    Grady Ormsby

    Desert by French Mauritian writer J.M.G LeClezio is a dual narrative told in alternating chapters Set in 1909 the first story is of Nour, a young Taureg man, who joins his fellow tribesmen, the Blue Men, as they are forced by French colonial invaders to flee across the desert from their traditional land They follow Ma al Ainne, their political and religious leader in a vain search for a land in which they can again be free It s a harsh reminder of the greed, cruelty and contempt of colonial poli [...]


    David R. Godine

    Desert is a rich, sprawling, searching, poetic, provocative, broadly historic and demanding novel, which in all those ways displays the essence of Le Cl zio As a reflection on colonization and its legacy, it is painfully relevant after 30 years There is an element of the missionary in Le Cl zio, just as there is still something of the rebel in him, in search of the new novel, trying to break loose from the traditional bonds of fiction and language to mirror a wider world as the Nobel citation de [...]


    Louisa

    In the beginning there were the nomads, men and women whose faces and bodies were tinted blue with indigo and sweat Those looking for a fast moving plot will be disappointed, but D sert is a beautiful novel full of dreamy prose a journey, an unromanticised glimpse of life in the Sahara, deep in the desert where only the nomads can live.The story of Nour is based on true events during the beginning of the 20th century when the sheik Ma El A nin, a great leader of the nomads, founded the city of S [...]


    Aziza

    In 2008, J.M.G Le Cl zio won the Nobel Prize Le D sert was subsequently translated into 23 languages, and became a best seller around the world I decided to add this book to my list of Middle Eastern literature as one of the very few written by an author who is not from the Middle East not because of the accolades it and its writer have received, but because of the dream like quality of his descriptions reminiscent of the Sahara.Le Cl zio weaves together the stories of Nour, a Berber boy, who wi [...]


    Garryvivianne

    Author JMG Le Clezio is a winner of the Nobel Prize in literature His book Desert is beautifully written It starts out with a caravan of the Blue Men I don t believe I remember seeing anywhere in the book that they are named as the Taurag nomads which they are Their journeys are almost hopeless in the harsh and desolate environs They have always lived in the desert, they have always been free They have been promised fertile lands in Morrocco The time of this journey all ties in with the French c [...]


    Christy

    BLUF If this wasn t part of a reading challenge I never would have pressed on past 15% If the first 80% were removed entirely this book would not suffer, and in fact might benefit The author s descriptions of scenes are gorgeous, but that can only take you so far without a good plot This is the first of the Nobel Prize winners that did not suit me at all The pacing is terrible There are long unnecessary repetitious phrases like Al Ser the one she called The Secret peppered throughout, long lists [...]



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