Espectros y Otros Cuentos Fantasticos y Irlandeses

Espectros y Otros Cuentos Fantasticos y Irlandeses El gran poeta W B Yeats reuni en esta colecci n de relatos lo mejor del folklore irland s Cuentos que reflejan un mundo fant stico y enigm tico po tico e inquietante producto de un alma popular dota

  • Title: Espectros y Otros Cuentos Fantasticos y Irlandeses
  • Author: W.B. Yeats
  • ISBN: 9788476514283
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • El gran poeta W.B Yeats reuni en esta colecci n de relatos lo mejor del folklore irland s.Cuentos que reflejan un mundo fant stico y enigm tico, po tico e inquietante, producto de un alma popular dotada de una asombrosa capacidad de tabulaci n Espectros, hadas y duendes extraordinarios pueblan este volumen de cuentos fant sticos.Acostumbrado desde muy ni o a los fantasmEl gran poeta W.B Yeats reuni en esta colecci n de relatos lo mejor del folklore irland s.Cuentos que reflejan un mundo fant stico y enigm tico, po tico e inquietante, producto de un alma popular dotada de una asombrosa capacidad de tabulaci n Espectros, hadas y duendes extraordinarios pueblan este volumen de cuentos fant sticos.Acostumbrado desde muy ni o a los fantasmas, W B Yeats compila, con imaginaci n encendida, los relatos de otras imaginaciones encendidas Todo arte es ensue o , afirma De ah que en esta enso adora colecci n de cuentos irlandeses los seres humanos convivan con toda clase de seres fant sticos.En estos cuentos irlandeses asistimos a extra os funerales, a bodas y bautizos, a apuestas diab licas, a transformaciones imprevistas, y todo lo que sucede es extraordinario De los irlandeses dice Yeats Cada uno es un visionario, si profundizas en l Pero el celta es un visionario sin necesidad de profundizar Absorto en lo fant stico, Yeats no hace sino transmitirlo De ah el atractivo de todos esos encantamientos, soplos m gicos, filtros de amor, manos muertas, misterios de la transmisi n de poderes, espectros singulares, piernas sin cabeza, aquelarres brujeriles, sorpresas de la buena gente , objetos embrujados, exorcismos, presagios, almas convertidas en mariposas, gatos negros diab licos y brujas liebres Bribones, picaros y borrachines alternan con el esp ritu de las tinieblas y le vencen Si la magia consiste en la creaci n de ilusiones, el lector ver que este tesoro de mitos, leyendas y folklore irland s, y estos cuentos de hadas y duendes, pertenecen al mundo m gico.Por primera vez estos cuentos irlandeses han sido traducidos al espa ol por Carmen Bravo Villasante, premio Fray Luis de Le n de traducci n.

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    1. This surprised me – I was suspecting this to be very much like the Grimm or Calvino efforts. You know, lots of familiar fairy tales but told in a tippering way with a fetching Irish brogue. If you are after such then you’ll have to jump nearly to the very end of this collection. These stories would possibly come closer to ghost stories in a way. The relationship between the natural and supernatural is more dreamlike in these stories than in what I am used to in fairy tales. There is somethin [...]

    2. سلسلة مثيرة للاهتمامكتاب متميز جدا جدا لكل من يهتم بالقصص الشعبية و حكايات الجنيات that was a good read :)

    3. Questo libro racchiude la migliore tradizione fiabesca irlandese, tra fate, folletti, streghe, sirene e giganti, raccolti dal grande poeta in due volumi, che qui si trovano in edizione integrale. Molto interessante e piacevole nella lettura anche perchè la maggior parte dei racconti sono corti. Per chi ama l'Irlanda e la cultura Irish è il libro ideale!

    4. TO SOME I HAVE TALKED WITH BY THE FIRE"WHILE I wrought out these fitful Danaan rhymes,My heart would brim with dreams about the timesWhen we bent down above the fading coalsAnd talked of the dark folk who live in soulsOf passionate men, like bats in the dead trees;… A rapturous music, till the morning break And the white hush end all but the loud beat Of their long wings, the flash of their white feet."They’re prevalent in the Irish poetry and music; I mean, the ghosts and the fairies [“SH [...]

    5. I love how creepy and morbid so much of this stuff is. Mermen who keep people's souls in cages under the sea? Yes please! Heroic priests! Drunken escapades! Witches and swans! And the most sadistic fairies you'll ever know!

    6. Ottima raccolta di racconti popolari, divisa per sezioni dedicate ai protagonisti (dal piccolo popolo ai giganti) e con grande varietà

    7. This is one of my favorite folktale books. This work bring alive the legends and ghost tales of the people of Ireland in the 1900th century and back. My favorite being the Tale of ' Teig O'Kane and the Corpse.'Some of the best ghost stories can be found in these Irish legends and folk tale books.

    8. عانت المخلوق السحرية والاسطورية من الفيري والايلف في ايرلندا وشمال اوروبا في الدول الاسكندنافية من الشيطنة بعد دخول الديانة المسيحية فقد قامت بتحويل كل الكائنات الاسطورية الي شياطين او ملائكة ساقطون حيث يهربون من القساوسة او عند سماع اسم الرب ولا يطيقون سماع صوت اجراس الك [...]

    9. دعنا نبدأ بما أزعجني أولًا -_-حينما تجد المترجم يورد في أحدى هوامش المقدمة أن هذا الكتاب يعد مختصرًا لتلك الحكايا بسبب شدة طولها ، فهذا أعزجني كثيرًا أعني إن لم يكن مشروع مثل مشروع "كلمة " هو من سيقدم الترجمة الكاملة لهذه النصوصفمن الذي سيترجمها كاملة يومًا ما XD،علي أيًا هذا لم [...]

    10. This collection of Irish lore by Nobel laureate W. B. Yeats is extremely thorough. What most intrigues me about folk and fairy tales is their role as modern-day fables, offering advice about life and how to live it. Great for people interested in the nuances of Irish culture.

    11. I don’t read short fiction and poetry very fast. Where I often devour novels in a day, an anthology of short stories may take months. After receiving W. B. Yeats’ Irish Folk and Fairy Tales for Christmas, I read a story or two per night over almost two months. Although some of the stories, being folktales, seemed very familiar as I read, there was often a brutal, Celtic twist to the “happily ever after” of the fairy tales of my youth. In one story, a useless protagonist continually thwar [...]

    12. Nessuno, probabilmente, canta l'Irlanda come William Butler Yeats.La raccolta delle Fiabe offre in un unico volume - in originale erano due - uno spaccato incredibilmente organico del folklore irlandese nelle sue varie manifestazioni. Si tratta di un folklore profondamente legato alla natura, al vento e alla pioggia, alle montagne e al fuoco, alle foreste e al mare. E' un folklore arcaico, antico, quasi animistico, a cui vanno a unirsi nutrimenti esterni, più tardi, come i santi del cristianesi [...]

    13. “People think I am merely trying to bring back a little of the old dead beautiful world of romance into this century of great engines and spinning Jinnies. Surely the hum of wheels and clatter of presses, to let alone the lecturers with their black coats and tumblers of water, have driven away the goblin kingdom and made silent the feet of the little dancers.”W. B. Yeats, then goes on to state that Old Biddy Hart, in her thatched cottage has little use for such opinions, will hold no truck w [...]

    14. William Butler Yeats nacque a Dublino nel 1865 e faceva parte di quel gruppo di scrittori del Rinascimento Celtico ma proveniva anche da quelle famiglie la cui storia era molto legata alla cultura della chiesa irlandese ed è evidente la sua grande sensibilità di stampo cristiano nei racconti che ha raccolto in questo volume. Questa opera racchiude e raccoglie due sue raccolte, ovveroFairy and Folk Tales of the Irish PeasantryeIrish Fairy Tales , pubblicate assieme la prima volta col titoloFair [...]

    15. This combination of two of Yeats' compilations of Irish folk and fairy tales gives a phenomenal sense of the spirit of Irish folklore. Some of the elements are familiar from other European traditions (for example I recognized cognates of the Grimms' Golden Bird & the Boy Who Went Forth to Learn Fear as well as a few quotes, motifs, and characters of the earlier Irish myths found in sources like the Ulster Cycle) but the dry wit is uniquely Irish. The people and storytellers have a matter-of- [...]

    16. And this was the first butterfly that was ever seen in Ireland; and now all men know that the butterflies are the souls of the dead, waiting for the moment when they may enter Purgatory, and so pass through torture to purification and peaceRead if you're interested on fairies, changelings, leprachauns, banshees, merrows, disappearing islands, ghosts, giants, witches, fairy doctors, the Devil, saints, kings, queens, earls, and robbers. Or if you have been currently obessing over lorepodcast (like [...]

    17. For this book, I just read a few stories under the T'yeer-na-n-oge section. In Irish folklore, T'yeer-na-n-oge or Tir-na-n-Og, is The Land of Youth and many believe it to be the home of most of fairies. The fairy tales I read revolved around a healing lake, a just and benevolent king, and fairies. T'yeer-na-n-oge is a strange place that stops time, but if you are able to leave it, all your time catches up with you. This book was a little hard to read because some of the words are in Gaelic; I ha [...]

    18. In English there is plenty of choice when it comes to Irish folk and fairy tales but if you'd like a Dutch edition, then the stories in Ierse elfenverhalen en andere volksvertellingen uit Ierland, collected by William Butler Yeats. is the book for you!See also Summer Challenge 2014 (message 45) for a review in Dutch.

    19. مجموعة حكايات من التراث الآيرلندي تظهر فيها مسحة التدين والإيمان بالقديسين واحترام الكنيسة و تشترك جميعاً في وجود الجن فيها ورغم أن الجن تظهر داخل الحكايات بأن لها رهبة وخشية في قلوب الناس ، إلا أن لقاء أبطال الحكايات بهم يتشابه بلقاء الأصدقاء فهم يساعدونهم على تجاوز الع [...]

    20. The stories are uneven, but some are delightful, and Yeats's introductions to the book's various sections are absolutely priceless.

    21. مَن أراد السفر إلى أيرلندا والأستماع إلى حكايات الأجداد والجدات التى تهدهد بها الصبيان والبنات ليخلدوا إلى سبات فليقرأ هذه الحكاياتجنيات لاجنانيأول كتاب من ضمن سلسة الحكايات الشعبية ذهبت إلى إيرلندا من المفارقات القدرية أن هذا أول كتاب تقع عليه يدي من ضمن سلسلة حكايات شعب [...]

    22. Part of the appeal of fairytales, for me, is that I want to understand archetypes. That’s why archetypal literature intrigues me: Faust, Zarathustra, or modern examples like The Alchemist, and The Teachings of Don Juan. Irish fairytales have an interesting similarity to contemporary conversations about archetypal encounters and spirit guides. The Irish fairy tales recorded by Yeats take on a special meaning when seen as archetypal, and understood as the product of the inner-work described by C [...]

    23. The Irish myths that I read in my novel were centralized around morals and social expectations. Often times, a character would be overcome by their greed or desire for something and go against their well-established beliefs. In return, that character would be met by a spirit or creature that would make the character question their actions by utilizing the element of human fear or angst. Although there were many different authors for each of the short stories, I believe that they wanted the reade [...]

    24. I am a bit unsure of just how to rate this book. On one hand, for such a well-known and renowned work, its author shows, in his introduction alone, a remarkable ignorance of and naivete about folklore, folk tales, folk tradition, and his own culture's traditional inheritance. His fancies seem at once romantic, and harshly skeptical. Fortunately, the tales contained in this book are not of his own authorship and therefore show a quite accurate rang of folk motifs. The book is a very curious mix o [...]

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