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La mort i la primavera (1986)

de Mercè Rodoreda

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Considered by many to be the grand achievement of her later period,Death in Spring is one of Mercè Rodoreda's most complex and beautifully constructed works. The novel tells the story of the bizarre and destructive customs of a nameless town--burying the dead in trees after filling their mouths with cement to prevent their soul from escaping, or sending a man to swim in the river that courses underneath the town to discover if they will be washed away by a flood--through the eyes of a fourteen-year-old boy who must come to terms with the rhyme and reason of this ritual violence, and with his wild, child-like, and teenage stepmother, who becomes his playmate. It is through these rituals, and the developing relationships between the boy and the townspeople, that Rodoreda portrays a fully-articulated, though quite disturbing, society. The horrific rituals, however, stand in stark contrast to the novel's stunningly poetic language and lush descriptions. Written over a period of twenty years--after Rodoreda was forced into exile following the Spanish Civil War--Death in Spring is musical and rhythmic, and truly the work of a writer at the height of her powers. Mercè Rodoreda is widely regarded as the most important Catalan writer of the twentieth century. Exiled to France during the Spanish Civil War, and only able to return to Catalonia in the mid-1960s, she wrote a number of highly praised works, includingThe Time of the Doves andDeath in Spring. Martha Tennent was born in the U.S, but has lived most of her life in Barcelona where she served as founding dean of the School of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Vic. She translates from Spanish and Catalan, and received an NEA Translation Fellowship for her work on Rodoreda.… (més)
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    W, o, el record de la infantesa de Georges Perec (fleurdiabolique)
    fleurdiabolique: Perec and Rodoreda both build increasingly menacing and violent worlds with strange rituals that the reader struggles to fully understand. Both authors mean to provoke thought more than to tell a story, although the plot of both books will nevertheless draw the reader in. The plotting of W is more complex, with subplots and multiple stories that seem only tenuously related, and its main story lacks the kind of central character who guides us through Rodoreda's narrative. But readers looking for haunting, evocative prose that explores the darker side of human societies will probably enjoy both of these books. (and if you read both, please feel free to drop me a line on my profile and let me know if you think I'm right!)… (més)
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Ja n'he llegit una edició anterior però aquesta del 2017 ho faig per ser lectura del club al mes de maig 2018. Amb una anàlisi molt acurat de les intencions i idees de Rodoreda ( )
  Martapagessala | Apr 30, 2018 |
Marca Rodoreda explica una història molt colpidora d'un noi adolescent i amb molta ficció ( )
  Martapagessala | Jan 31, 2018 |
És un llibre diferent dins l'obra de la Rodoreda que busca altres camins dins la seva escriptura ( )
  rosaliac | Jun 15, 2009 |
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Mercè Rodoredaautor primaritotes les edicionscalculat
Bentham, ChrisDissenyador de la cobertaautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
Tennent, MarthaTraductorautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat
Toibin, ColmIntroduccióautor secundarialgunes edicionsconfirmat

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Considered by many to be the grand achievement of her later period,Death in Spring is one of Mercè Rodoreda's most complex and beautifully constructed works. The novel tells the story of the bizarre and destructive customs of a nameless town--burying the dead in trees after filling their mouths with cement to prevent their soul from escaping, or sending a man to swim in the river that courses underneath the town to discover if they will be washed away by a flood--through the eyes of a fourteen-year-old boy who must come to terms with the rhyme and reason of this ritual violence, and with his wild, child-like, and teenage stepmother, who becomes his playmate. It is through these rituals, and the developing relationships between the boy and the townspeople, that Rodoreda portrays a fully-articulated, though quite disturbing, society. The horrific rituals, however, stand in stark contrast to the novel's stunningly poetic language and lush descriptions. Written over a period of twenty years--after Rodoreda was forced into exile following the Spanish Civil War--Death in Spring is musical and rhythmic, and truly the work of a writer at the height of her powers. Mercè Rodoreda is widely regarded as the most important Catalan writer of the twentieth century. Exiled to France during the Spanish Civil War, and only able to return to Catalonia in the mid-1960s, she wrote a number of highly praised works, includingThe Time of the Doves andDeath in Spring. Martha Tennent was born in the U.S, but has lived most of her life in Barcelona where she served as founding dean of the School of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Vic. She translates from Spanish and Catalan, and received an NEA Translation Fellowship for her work on Rodoreda.

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