Al Paradiso delle Signore

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  • Title: Al Paradiso delle Signore
  • Author: Émile Zola Alfredo Jeri Colette Becker
  • ISBN: 9788817167130
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • Voglio fare di Al paradiso delle signore il poema dell attivit moderna In una parola, andare con il secolo, esprimere il secolo che un secolo di azione e conquista mile ZolaIl paradiso delle signore un grande magazzino della Parigi fin de si cle che fagocita una clientela smaniosa ed entusiasta Ammiccanti vetrine e rutilanti cartelloni pubblicitari spiccano in q Voglio fare di Al paradiso delle signore il poema dell attivit moderna In una parola, andare con il secolo, esprimere il secolo che un secolo di azione e conquista mile ZolaIl paradiso delle signore un grande magazzino della Parigi fin de si cle che fagocita una clientela smaniosa ed entusiasta Ammiccanti vetrine e rutilanti cartelloni pubblicitari spiccano in questo tempio del nuovo commercio in cui si celebra la scalata nel mondo degli affari di Octave Mouret, commesso intraprendente e spregiudicato, e di Denise, tenace orfana di provincia, che tra i reparti colmi di merci troveranno l a e il riscatto sociale.Undicesimo della saga dei Rougon Macquart, questo romanzo si differenzia dai precedenti per l inedito ottimismo con cui Zola guarda alla moderna societ industriale, esaltandone fiducia nel progresso, attaccamento al lavoro e gusto per la sfida.L introduzione di Colette Becker aiuta a situare il romanzo in quella Francia del secondo Ottocento di cui Zola stato critico e testimone.

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    1. mile Fran ois Zola was an influential French novelist, the most important example of the literary school of naturalism, and a major figure in the political liberalization of France.More than half of Zola s novels were part of a set of 20 books collectively known as Les Rougon Macquart Unlike Balzac who in the midst of his literary career resynthesized his work into La Com die Humaine, Zola from the start at the age of 28 had thought of the complete layout of the series Set in France s Second Empire, the series traces the environmental influences of violence, alcohol and prostitution which became prevalent during the second wave of the Industrial Revolution The series examines two branches of a family the respectable that is, legitimate Rougons and the disreputable illegitimate Macquarts for five generations.As he described his plans for the series, I want to portray, at the outset of a century of liberty and truth, a family that cannot restrain itself in its rush to possess all the good things that progress is making available and is derailed by its own momentum, the fatal convulsions that accompany the birth of a new world Although Zola and C zanne were friends from childhood, they broke in later life over Zola s fictionalized depiction of C zanne and the Bohemian life of painters in his novel L uvre The Masterpiece, 1886.From 1877 with the publication of l Assommoir, mile Zola became wealthy, he was better paid than Victor Hugo, for example He became a figurehead among the literary bourgeoisie and organized cultural dinners with Guy de Maupassant, Joris Karl Huysmans and other writers at his luxurious villa in Medan near Paris after 1880 Germinal in 1885, then the three cities , Lourdes in 1894, Rome in 1896 and Paris in 1897, established Zola as a successful author.The self proclaimed leader of French naturalism, Zola s works inspired operas such as those of Gustave Charpentier, notably Louise in the 1890s His works, inspired by the concepts of heredity Claude Bernard , social manichaeism and idealistic socialism, resonate with those of Nadar, Manet and subsequently Flaubert.

    2. Two stories, one the coming of the modern world, capitalism and consumerism, and the other, the poor peasant girl marries money. An alternative title could be All About Shopping. It is interesting to see how the shop assistants in the first department store in Paris (the Ladies' Delight was modelled on the Bonmarche, the real first store) were treated as servants. They lived in dormitories, had curfews, were expected to be chaste and could be fired for anything - or nothing - at all. Interesting [...]

    3. Life in an 1860s Paris megastore. As capitalism staggers around on its bunioned feet, waiting for the next self-perpetuating excuse for sickening human greed and useless backbreaking timewasting bullshit in pursuit of Capital to relieve its burden, it’s time to question what we want from an economic system here in the West. A completely equal distribution of funds is impossible since people are cash-hoovering greed machines who will stab their mothers to get a bigger pie slice. Communism is un [...]

    4. Au Bonheur des Dames is a perfect example of the novel that we should not give to read to people who are not yet ready for that. Including those that have not the maturity or experience of reading necessary to face such a literary monument.There are books which cannot be enjoyed with age, time or fullness.I was fifteen the first few times the school area asked me to begin this big classic from Zola. At that time, I could not go beyond the first two pages The eleventh volume of the Rougon-Macquar [...]

    5. Από όσο έχω ψάξει όλα αυτά τα χρόνια το “Au bonheur des dames” πρώτη φορά, τώρα, μεταφράζεται στα ελληνικά. Από λίγο που κοίταξα, δυστυχως τα γαλλικά μου είναι φριχτά, πιστεύω πως έχει γίνει μια ωραία προσπάθεια στη μετάφραση. Εγώ το είχα διαβάσει παλιότερα από αγγλική μετάφραση. Οπό [...]

    6. Holy Mother of GodI do not know where to begin with this.You see this title, and you look up the book: "Oh, a novel about women and shopping, this is going to be a bore" Even I had my doubts, and I am an avid reader of Zola, he has yet to disappoint me. And yet, I believe that this may be the best work of his that I have yet to read, perhaps Germinal is slipping through, justIt's still so relevant to today in so many ways, the birth of the super stores and the effect they had and still do on sma [...]

    7. 3.5 starsI imagine a bewildered Émile Zola wandering into the crowds populating that new phenomenon that took Paris merchandising in the 19th century by storm - mass production and the creation of the one-stop mega-shop. He enters through the widely opened arms of polished French doors, having to blink tearily at the brilliantly lit chandeliers. Immediately, he is choked by perfumed mists diffusing the air and is submerged in whispers of fine French lace and ribbons, rows of rainbowed textures [...]

    8. IntroductionTranslator's NoteSelect BibliographyA Chronology of Émile ZolaMap--The Ladies' ParadiseExplanatory Notes

    9. Πριν λίγο καιρό στην ΕΡΤ έτυχε να δω μερικά επεισόδια μιας σειράς που μου τράβηξε την προσοχή και έμοιαζε να είναι βασισμένη σε βιβλίο.Ο τίτλος της ήταν The Paradise και ψάχνοντας είδα οτι όντως ήταν βασισμένη στο “Au bonheur des dames” του Εμίλ Ζολά που κυκλοφόρησε για πρώτη φορά στα ελ [...]

    10. This one deals with the monstrous effects of capitalism in France's Second Empire. Zola modeled The Ladies' Paradise after Bon Marché, a Paris shop which revolutionized consumer culture by acting as a sort of indoor bazaar, where one could find housewares, furniture, cloth, readymade clothing etc. in one place rather than traveling all around Paris to different little independent shops--like a mall, but all owned by the same company. Okay, fine, like a Walmart (with real silk). Workers assigned [...]

    11. Planiram da je čitam i po četvrti put. Od "ja čitam Dostojevskog" dobijam osip u zadnje vreme, ali mi se, s druge strane, "ja čitam Zolu" baš dopada. Ne preskočite ni pod jednim izgovorom - pročitajte roman, a zatim pređite na BBC-jevu mini-seriju "The Paradise" (Raj). Predivno se nadopunjuju, a Denizin lik iz serije mi je možda čak i bolji od književnog - ali, jedno bez drugog jednostavno ne idu. Sećam se kako sam se rastužio kada su otkazali treću sezonu Sve u svemu, veoma kvalit [...]

    12. Strabordante, straripante, grandioso: sono gli aggettivi che mi vengono immediatamente da accostare al libro appena letto. Sono stata incerta fino all’ultimo sulle stelle da assegnargli perché da un lato la lettura è stata pesante, dall’altro mi ha comunque appassionato. La pesantezza è dipesa dalle accurate e approfondite descrizioni del grande magazzino Al paradiso delle signore, aperto al centro di Parigi, che Zola analizza con una ricchezza di particolari che viene da chiedersi quante [...]

    13. The Ladies' Paradise (Les Rougon-Macquart, #11) used to be one of my all-time favorite books. In my teenage years. And now I remember why. Of course, it's the lurve. In this novel, Denise, a lowly sales girl working at a huge department store, snags a husband who is this store's rich playboy owner, Octave Mouret. Somehow, what seemed uber-romantic to me at 13, isn't any more now. You see, Denise basically gets her man by not putting out. Octave is used to getting any woman he wants, but Denise, [...]

    14. Free download available at Project Gutenberg.Thanks Dagny to made its proofing.From BBC Radio 4 - Classical Serial:By Emile Zola.Dramatised by Carine Adler.Business, ambition and fashion all collide in Zola's colourful love story. Set in the hustle and excitement of the expansion of one of Paris' first department stores.Episode OneWhen innocent provincial girl Denise arrives in Paris, she quickly catches the eye of the notorious seducer of women, Octave Mouret. Despite her uncle's disapproval, D [...]

    15. تاريخ القراءة الأصلي : آواخر التسعيناتخليط أنيق من قصص الحب الخبيثة وتسجيل دقيق لتغير المجتمع الفرنسي من فلاحين إلى بورجوازيين استهلاكيين

    16. Au début, j'ai éprouvé quelques difficultés à me plonger dans ce roman, de nombreux personnages y sont présentés et on les suit alternativement. Mais en fait, ce qui m'intéressait vraiment c'était de suivre Denise.Denise la mal-peignée, qui en prend plein la tête mais ne bronche jamais, et bien qu'elle ne baisse jamais les bras et fasse preuve d'une certaine force de volonté, elle m'agaçait à rester là sans rien dire et à ne jamais s'affirmer. J'aime les personnages forts, qui sa [...]

    17. I read this book when I was very young, and it has been so long since then. Of course it's my next to-re-read book. It is one of my all-time favorites. I just love it, LOVE it! I have no words. This book is a masterpiece!I highly recommend it. Everyone should read it, the girls at leastI would like to read a modern-era book of this subject. 1000 stars *****

    18. I think I probably like this novel best of all the Zola novels we have read.(view spoiler)[ I enjoyed the various strands in the book.The small business men and their families and shops. It seemed really sad that they weren't able to see any successful way to stand up to Mouret and his expanding business. I know some of them made attempts eg price cutting but none of them was successful. I thought the umbrella maker might stand a chance with the extremely detailed handles he was carving. Certain [...]

    19. Only Zola is able to create a masterpiece despite a flat, one-dimensional, saint-like main character and a dull ending.Capitalism doesn't seem to have come a long way in the past 100 or so years and humanity doesn't either.

    20. Parasti esmu alkatīga, lasot grāmatas - ātrāk uzzināt, ātrāk tikt uz priekšu, ātrāk izlasīt. Tomēr ir dažas grāmatas, kuras es lasu lēēni Lasu un nolieku. Paņemu, palasu, nolieku. Paskatos, nolieku. Padomāju, palasu, nolieku. Tā es lasīju Teodora Dreizera grāmatu "Ģēnijs". Tā es lasīju katru burtu Emīla Zolā "Dāmu paradīzē". Varbūt tā ir klasikas maģija, nezinu. Es nespēju sasteigt, nespēju pārtraukt, nespēju aizkaitināties, pat tad, kad desmito reizi apraks [...]

    21. Ovvero la nascita della GDO.Eccola Denise: gracile tanto da sembrare una bambina. Il suo abbigliamento, il suo fare dimesso e, poi, quella meraviglia nello sguardo che scopre la grande città: tutto in lei denuncia le condizioni di un vivere modesto e di provincia.Eccola dunque, con il piccolo Pepé attaccato ad un braccio e Jean, l'imberbe dongiovanni, che la segue. Denise sorella. Denise madre.Parigi è speranza in una nuova vita e, senza preamboli, da subito, gli occhi si riempiono di stupore [...]

    22. This book is truly a classic, and the whole time I was reading it, I was reminded of those summer reading lists that I always had in high school, full of lofty tomes that looked dusty and boring but when I knuckled down into them, they would suddenly refine my lazy summer of peaches, sunshine and secret cigarettes. Brideshead Revisited, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Sister Carrie these are the ones I remember curling up in a deck chair with, glass of lemonade in hand. Books like these give us purpo [...]

    23. Okuduğum ilk ve tek Emile Zola romanı, ancak çok beğenmiş ve bugüne kadar Emile Zola okumadığım için kendimi kınamıştım. Muhteşem bir kitap olduğunu düşünüyorum, o dönemde yeni yeni başlayan tüketim çılgınlığı ve özellikle günümüzde dahi devam eden kadınların tüketim için hedef alınmasını çok güzel bir dille anlatmış Zola, buna ek alışveriş merkezi diyebileceğimiz unsurlar doğmaya başladığında küçük esnafın aldığı yaraları göstermiş [...]

    24. Au Bonheur des Dames (The Ladies' Delight) refers to one of the first huge department stores. First published in 1883, although fiction, it is fascinating to learn that there were huge department stores with thousands of employees and even a mail order division one hundred and twenty years ago. The story focuses on Denise, a young woman who arrives in Paris with her two younger brothers after the death of their parents leaves them without means. Denise has counted on obtaining employment at her [...]

    25. Lorsqu’on prend en considération la série des Rougeon-Maquart, on observe que la popularité de certains des vingt romans évolue à travers le temps.Il y a de ces classiques dont le succès instantané demeure stable. C’est de cas de Germinal, chef-d’œuvre de Zola, qui restera sans doute toujours le plus lu, mais aussi de L’Assomoir et de Nana qui ont toujours été très populaires.D’autres bouquins semblent plutôt faits pour leur époque, en dehors d’elle, comme des poissons h [...]

    26. I've never been a big fan of just shopping for shopping's sake. When I need to buy something, I like to get in, get it, and leave the store. I think if I liked shopping more I'd have given this book a higher rating.The main character in this book is the department store itself. It was interesting to see the development of the modern megastore way back in 19th. century Paris. The financing, marketing, and logistics of running such a huge enterprise was fascinating to read about. However, there wa [...]

    27. The Ladies’ Paradise was one of those books I meant to read, expected to love, but never quite got to for a long, long time. Now I have finished reading, I am inclined to say that the verdict is flawed but fabulous.Let me explain.The story begins with twenty year-old Denise Baudu and her two young brothers arriving in Paris from the country. Denise has done her best for her brothers since their parents died, but she was struggling, and so she came to Paris to take up the offer of help and supp [...]

    28. Denise, rimasta orfana di entrambi i genitori, arriva a Parigi coi due fratellini Jean e Pépé. Raggiunge lo zio Baudu pensando di poter lavorare nella sua merceria, ma lo trova quasi in rovina. Nella stessa situazione sono anche gli altri negozianti del vicinato. Uno dopo l’altro chiudono le loro attività. Ragione del dissesto, il grande magazzino: “Al Paradiso delle signore” di Ottave Mouret, giovane imprenditore, spregiudicato, cinico e calcolatore. Da lui si trovano una moltitudine d [...]

    29. It was with fear and trepidation that I started Zola's "Ladies' Delight" -I was still reeling from "Therese Raquin". I desperately wanted a strong,good woman character with a positive ending. This would have to be oneof Zola's more accessible books (is this phase still used) as it plots thecourse of beautiful, determined and honourable Denise, a real worker andin her way, a visionary.Orphaned and penniless Denise and her little brother Jean arrive on thedoorstep of their Uncle Baudu, hoping to b [...]

    30. Não são exatamente 5 estralas, mas sim 4,5. É uma excelente leitura que nos deixa conhecer uma Paris em que o consumo desenfreado é promovido pelos grandes departamentos. A guerra aberta com o pequeno comércio vai, no entanto, manchando esse esplendor. As famílias de comerciantes rapidamente arruinadas pelo Paraíso da Damas proporciona momentos de grande dramatismo, tornando-se gritantes as disparidades que existem entre as duas realidades: o luxo e o gasto descomedido promovido por Moure [...]

    31. I had high expectations on this novel. Could have something to do with BBC's adaptation. I won't say I was disappointed but I wasn't really happy either. I blame BBC.The novel is set in the late 1900 century Paris. Denise and her two younger brothers comes to Paris to make a living after their parent's death. She was hoping to get help from her uncle, but as it turns out, a large department store has opened just opposite the uncle's shop and all the smaller shops around this "monstrosity" are on [...]

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