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  • Title: El general del ejército muerto
  • Author: Ismail Kadare
  • ISBN: 9788420651538
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Transcurridos veinte a os desde la derrota del ej rcito italiano en Albania, un general recibe la orden de recuperar los cuerpos de sus compatriotas ca dos en esa tierra Entre esos ca dos durante la II Guerra Mundial se halla el m tico general Z, cuya recuperaci n ha sido espec ficamente encargada por su aristocr tica familia Con la compa a de un capell n militar, el geTranscurridos veinte a os desde la derrota del ej rcito italiano en Albania, un general recibe la orden de recuperar los cuerpos de sus compatriotas ca dos en esa tierra Entre esos ca dos durante la II Guerra Mundial se halla el m tico general Z, cuya recuperaci n ha sido espec ficamente encargada por su aristocr tica familia Con la compa a de un capell n militar, el general viaja a ese pa s situado en la otra orilla del mar Adri tico En el transcurso de esa expedici n, que se dilatar durante varios meses, los recuerdos de esa poca ir n aflorando.
    El general del ej rcito muerto Transcurridos veinte a os desde la derrota del ej rcito italiano en Albania un general recibe la orden de recuperar los cuerpos de sus compatriotas ca dos en esa tierra Entre esos ca dos durante la I

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    1. LA VITA E NIENTE ALTROI protagonisti sono un torbido prete avr avuto una storia con la bella contessa Betti Mirafiore o no e un generale stizzoso con improvvisi rigurgiti d orgoglio nazionalistico Kadar fa poco per renderli gradevoli.L omonima trasposizione cinematografica del 1983 firmata da Luciano Tovoli, la sua unica regia Tovoli, pi famoso come direttore della fotografia di alcuni film importanti e belli, collabor anche alla sceneggiatura, insieme a Michel Piccoli e a Jean Claude Carri re P [...]

    2. As stated in the last page of the book, it took Ismail Kadar five years to write this novel between 1962 and 1966 when he was in Tirana One can wonder whether The General od the Dead Army was nail biting business involving many stopovers for the Albanian author or if Kadar himself was tied up with other things in those days.The idea behind the book is an excellent one a general and a priest both left nameless from the Italian army going to Albania in the 1960s in order to dig out the bodies of t [...]

    3. Albania is an often forgotten country The paranoia of the Enver Hoxha era led them to fall out with the major players on both sides of the Iron Curtain and since the fall of Communism, only the disastrous pyramid selling scheme and events in neighbouring Kosovo have attracted headlines.Yet it s that very sense of the mysterious that makes it such a fascinating country Ismail Kadare is the country s most celebrated novelist and winner of the first man Booker International Prize he seems nailed on [...]

    4. Quanti modi ci sarebbero per leggere questo libro Innanzitutto un libro che parla di quelle pieghe sconosciute della nostra storia, con una prospettiva che fa venire le vertigini scritto da un albanese ha come protagonista un generale italiano E dopo un po non riesci pi a capire se osservi con l occhio dell invasore o dell occupato Ma poi anche un libro sulla commedia dei ruoli, in alcuni momenti sembra di leggere Beckett o Ionesco, anche se lo stile sempre leggero e molto semplice Una storia gr [...]

    5. Looking at the author s picture on the inside back cover, I am reminded of what a cruel time the 1970s were There are, in fact, a few pictures of me floating around the Internet which I wish would disappear But enough about me Call him Ismail It is 20 years after World War II Twenty years after Italian troops overran Albania The Albanians flashed up pockets of resistance, leaving many Italian soldiers in makeshift graves An Italian general no name returns after negotiations between the governmen [...]

    6. 4.5 amazing stars I loved the first 200 pages, but the ending wasn t the best I could imagine I love Ismail Kadare, he really represents the best part of Albania What really surprises me, is that even though I m Albanian, when I read Kadare s books I feel like I m foreigner He always sees what the others don t bother to pay attention, that makes him a great writer I think he totally deserves to win a NOBEL.

    7. l Ordunun Generali, sava romanlar aras nda zellikle 2.d nya sava sonras yaz lan romanlar aras nda en belirgin fark zelli i smail Kadare nin italyan yada Alman kelimelerini kullanmadan g n m z k lt r ve kimlik d manl na d meden sava n ac ve trajikomik durumunu mizahi bir dille yans tabilmi olmas d r Ku kusuz Balkan Edebiyat n n en nemli yazarlar ndan biridir smail Kadare, bir ok kez de Nobel e aday g sterilmi tir Kitap 2.d nya sava sonunda talyan i gali sonras Arnavutluk topraklar nda canlar verm [...]

    8. I loved this, the whole mood of it It s an utterly brilliant idea for a book, possibly one of the most profound and unique of modern times A General sent to reclaim the bodies of soldiers who died and were buried on battlefields in a foreign country The combination of the weariness of digging, stultifying bureaucracy and the horror of decomposed bodies gives the whole book an unforgettable atmosphere, unlike anything else.

    9. Maybe it s the next big thing after Kafka s Castle Maybe I didn t figure this out for sure But it teaches a great deal about life in an environment filled with death And the most human character is a deserter The general is a person who is almost there making the change Alas Great stuff.

    10. C est un premier roman qui a fait grand bruit lors de sa publication L histoire, assez macabre, est celle d un g n ral italien qui 20 ans apr s la fin de la seconde guerre mondiale se rend en Albanie pour ramener au pays les restes des soldats morts.Il y a finalement assez peu de p rip ties dans cette longue errance par monts et par vaux, au coeur de ce pays secret et rude Mais l l gance de la langue et de la narration, l ironie et le sens de l absurde de Kadhar portent l histoire et nous tienne [...]

    11. This is a fantastic book The premise is thought provoking, the characters are simultaneously nuanced and archetypal, and the prose is piercing There are scenes in this book that are perfectly worked, and I was astonished to learn that this was Kadare s first novel I will definitely be reading of Kadare s work.

    12. Just read this summer 2009 Was recommended to me by a student Very good and interesting Unlike anything I ve read before.

    13. Poate la vremea cand a aparut as fi apreciat o, acum mi a lasat un iz de national comunism albanez, care il prefigura pe al nostru Eternul complex de inferioritate al popoarelor mici, transformat in superioritate Kadare, cel putin in anii 60, imi pare un scriitor conformist, mergand pe linia regimului O carte perimata

    14. Tuy gi ng v n c a t c gi kh ng m y l i cu n, t i v n b m nh b i c ch ng t nh ng khung c nh l nh l ng v ti u i u c a m t t n c th i h u chi n, m t khu n m t g i l n nh ng d u ch kh ng d g qu n c.

    15. Remember the funeral march of Beethoven s 3rd symphony Such music plays in Kadare s Albania, where warfare is a customary performance aesthetic experience The whole story evolves under the sign of slaughter A party of Italian military personnel comes to Albania, twenty years after the war, to collect remains Where are the bones Who s got the map Why didn t we do this in the summer Who is not a foreigner here Through the shrouded fog, we go on a psychological tour, now reminding us of something o [...]

    16. Cartea asta a trecut prin via a mea ca trenul prin gar E frumos scris , a rulat fin pe sub ochii mei, dar nu am reu it s m conectez deloc la tr irile generalului.

    17. Kadare s tale of an Italian general seeking out the remains of his country s soldiers fallen in Albania during World War II and the mental toll the task takes on him, makes for a haunting image of the futility of war and its grisly aftermath I think the consequences of war are acknowledged by any country that has survived war within its own borders and are usually quite similar no matter where the wars were fought While reading The General of the Dead Army, I often found myself thinking of the m [...]

    18. From time to time I have to wait for people Everyone has to The worth of punctuality is lost on many So, when such times occur, I read It s enjoyable, easy to pick up, easy to put down and it passes the minutes SometimeseverI forget to bring a book for myself and find that I m stuck in the heat cold with nothing to do except twiddle my thumbs and watch people go by Which will simple NOT DO So I walk into the nearest book store, pick up something of reasonable length and start reading I generally [...]

    19. n 1963 Ismail Kadare devenea cunoscut datorit unui singur roman, Generalul armatei moarte De i cu un stagiu la Institutul de Literatur Maxim Gorki din Moscova, se poate spune c Ismail Kadare, prin stilul s u, nu apar ine realismului socialist El nsu i m rturise te, ntr un interviu acordat lui Alain Bosquet, c a scris romanul Generalul armatei moarte ntr o not opus acelui curent literar realist implementat de puterea moscovit ncep nd cu a doua jum tate a secolului al XX lea, n toate rile comunist [...]

    20. I bought this in hardcover from Magus books in Seattle, years ago and I m not going to lie was because I thought it had a cool cover And Kadare s novel then proceeded to sit on my shelves for several years, I knew nothing about him, the novel s reputation, anything One night I couldn t sleep, decided on a whim to check out that novel w the great cover art, andwell, I didn t sleep at all that night, and called in sick to work the next day I just wanted to finish this incredible book.Kadare is a m [...]

    21. This book is amazing Unnamed general and unnamed priest are collecting bones of the fallen Italian soldiers in the Second world war in Albania They are especially searching colonel Z from the notorious battalion who killed even it s own s soldiers The book is very well written We get to see different perspective of war and i really like Kadare s writing But i don t like the end.After general finds colonel s bones and after he threw them from the bridge everything falls a part I didn t like the f [...]

    22. This edition hardcover has dozens of typos Must not have been proofread by someone whose native tongue is English.Given the subject matter, the premise, the historical basis, this book should have been explosively dark and macabre It wasn t I kept reading thinking surely it would improve It didn t.

    23. Daca o sa mor, imi spunea mereu, ingroapa ma adanc, sa nu ma gaseasca cainii Iar acum, ca el era mort, scormonind in pamant, vorbeam si eu de unul singur n ai grija, te ingrop adanc, foarte adanc.

    24. the story is based in a historical fact but the book is very original and impressive I have read it when i was only 10 and at first I was a bit afraid of the scenes when they talked about dead bodies , but it was thrilling and amazing too

    25. No, non un romanzo dell orrore e neanche uno di quei fantasy che vanno ora tanto di moda Anche se di orrore, in queste pagine di Ismail Kadare, ce n , cos come sempre quando si parla di guerra Lo scrittore albanese, uno dei pi noti del suo Paese ma certo distante, per quanto geograficamente vicino, alle letture solite della nostra penisola , pubblica nel 1963 questo libro, a circa vent anni da quella seconda guerra mondiale che fa da sfondo alle vicende narrate nel libro stesso.La seconda guerra [...]

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