L'exil et le royaume

L exil et le royaume Dans les paisseurs de la nuit s che et froide des milliers d toiles se formaient sans tr ve et leurs gla ons tincelants aussit t d tach s commen aient de glisser insensiblement vers l horizon Janin

  • Title: L'exil et le royaume
  • Author: Albert Camus
  • ISBN: 9782070360789
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dans les paisseurs de la nuit s che et froide, des milliers d toiles se formaient sans tr ve et leurs gla ons tincelants, aussit t d tach s, commen aient de glisser insensiblement vers l horizon Janine ne pouvait s arracher la contemplation de ces feux la d rive Elle tournait avec eux, et le m me cheminement immobile la r unissait peu peu son tre le plus pro Dans les paisseurs de la nuit s che et froide, des milliers d toiles se formaient sans tr ve et leurs gla ons tincelants, aussit t d tach s, commen aient de glisser insensiblement vers l horizon Janine ne pouvait s arracher la contemplation de ces feux la d rive Elle tournait avec eux, et le m me cheminement immobile la r unissait peu peu son tre le plus profond, o le froid et le d sir maintenant se combattaient.

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    1. Exile and the Kingdom: StoriesAlbert Camus The stories explore common themes of existence, freedom, dilemma of a stranger; the vexation between solitude and togetherness, exile and repatriate, silence and noise. The protagonists of all the stories are exiled and feel inner conflict on these themes- DaruinThe Guestfaces the dilemma to choose between his loyalty to homeland or the place he's residing,YvarsinThe Muteto choose between his resignation to demands of the firm or demand of rights as a w [...]

    2. This World is man’s place of Exile and yet it is the only Kingdom he knows.*So while man finds this world an absurd place to live in, a place indifferent to his existence and as cruel as the harsh Sun, where the agony sprawls over like an endless hot desert and the despair is as unbearable as the Algerian heat, man continuously strives to make the best of it, to find a meaning through revolt,freedom and passion. Exile and The Kingdom, published in 1958 is Camus’ last completely published wor [...]

    3. Albert Camus, con el correr del tiempo fue transformándose en uno de mis autores preferidos. Notable escritor, que incursionó tanto en la novela, el ensayo y en el teatro, escribió este libro de cuentos que yo no conocía en el año 1957, casualmente el mismo en el que recibió el premio Nobel de literatura tres años antes de que la muerte la arrebatara un futuro brillante, en el que seguramente nos hubiera deleitado con muchas más obras literarias del calibre de sus novelas “La Peste”, [...]

    4. In "An Experiment in Criticism", Lewis argues that the only way to truly understand a book the reader must surrender to it and to the author's vision. This can be fairly easy when the reader and the author are coming from similar worldviews, but not when they are meeting head on from opposite ends of the spectrum. This is the challenge I face when reading Camus. Our worldviews are so different that reading his work is an exhausting experience. It is a constant struggle to surrender to his vision [...]

    5. A collection of six short stories that contain all the characteristics those familiar with Camus would come to expect, there is mixed bag here with some simple to read and others with more complexity and depth. the first two "The Adulterous Woman" and "The Renegade" have a desert setting, it's barrenness brings about wonder and madness, "The Artist At Work" works as a mini statement about coping with love, "The Silent Men" and "The Guest" have the theme of compassion and man's need to find comfo [...]

    6. Albert Camus had an immense influence on me during adolescence. This is strange in that nowadays I don't think he would have much impact. At that time, however, I recognized my apprehensions articulated in his voice and in the voices of some of his characters, particularly the doctor in The Plague.In the sixties one heard about Camus everywhere. My first direct exposure was the typical one: The Stranger was assigned reading for an English class. Intrigued by that and by what I heard from the tea [...]

    7. Personaly I love Camus and this flavour of writing. . . The writing, which is for its own sake. . . Pure, artistic and honest. . . Each story is like a painting that etches itself permanently n vividly in one's memory. . . The setting is so important as are the characters with their conscientious n existential struggles, their paradoxes n dilemas, that are too real and near to one's ownself rendering these characters unforgettable. . . The open end is always amenable to one's own interpretation [...]

    8. Opera lui Camus nu are niciun raţionament (sau dacă are, el este -prin cuvintele autorului, după cum vorbeşte în "Mitul lui Sisif"- un "raţionament absurd". De aceea opera lui Camus nu este una metodică, ea neavând un sistem după care avea să fie scrisă. Ea, opera, ilustrează impecabil absurdul, faptul că viaţa e absurdă şi, prin urmare, niciun raţionament nu-şi are rostul Camus -oricât de paradoxal ar părea!- a fost un om foarte sensibil, iar asta în ciudată stilului său [...]

    9. So I start reading this book and I’m like “oh this is nice, let me put my Casa Blance lens on.” I am happily reading along, when all of a sudden, I’m like: wait! What-the-cluster-fuck?! How did I get here? And it is not just the first short story; it all of them! I had to read it once, twice, and then go back and review and try to understand and read between the lines.So check it, in my opinion, all the stories have to be taken as one ongoing theme: An individual who finds himself displa [...]

    10. Albert Camus’s existentialism is sometimes described as having more hope than some of his other contemporaries. One thing is certain, Camus has a way of presenting real life that causes the reader to become AWARE. By aware, I mean aware of where they are while reading Camus; aware of their own vision of life; aware of their individual mindset in relation to Camus. The author has a way of presenting life at its most raw and foundational level. My own mindset caused me to look at how the role of [...]

    11. L'Exil et le Royaume et le malaise de l'être.L'Exil et le Royaume est un recueil de six nouvelles, publié en 1957 (Il n’est pas arrivé très souvent à Camus d’écrire des nouvelles), Succédant à La Chute (1956), cette œuvre serait donc la dernière publiée de son vivant-je préfère toujours plonger dans l'œuvre camusienne selon son ordre chronologique, ça me fournit quelques indications sur l’évolution de l'auteur!Le recueil est donc composé de six nouvelles : La Femme adult [...]

    12. Amidst inhospitable landscapes and odd circumstance, we are invited to explore the sentiments of alienation that encumber outsiders:(1) Adulterous woman = Disenchanted wife substitutes stargazing for lecherous humping.(2) The Renegade = "Pig-headed" missionary reflects on power relations after being brutalized by foreign savages and discovers he's just a masochistic cuck.(3) The Silent Men = Laborers mope after capitulating in a strike, and discover shortly thereafter that all of mankind struggl [...]

    13. "Dilsizler" ve "Konuk" isimli öyküleri çok güzel. Cezayir'de sömüege karşıtı bir Fransız'ın gözünden yaşam ve Arap halkının durumu çok güzel anlatılıyor.

    14. Exile and the Kingdom consists of half a dozen short stories. Like Camus’s famous novel, each story deals with an outsider. The first story presents us with the titular ‘Adulterous Woman’ but nowhere in the story does it suggest that she has – or indeed intends to – be unfaithful to her husband but she does give herself over to a moment, an experience; it is quite a compelling little character study.The second story, ‘The Renegade’ is the only one I remembered anything of from the [...]

    15. Sürgün ve Krallık, Albert Camus__________________________________________________1957 yılında yayımlanan Sürgün ve Krallık adlı öykü kitabında 6 öykü yer alıyor. Bu öykülerde genel olarak dini, siyasi ve felsefi motifler öne çıkıyor. Yeri geliyor İncil'e atıflarla Hristiyanlık dini sorunsallaştırılıyor, yeri geliyor Cezayir'in siyasi durumu (sömürge/bağımsızlık) irdeleniyor, yeri geliyor hayatın, ölümün ve doğanın absürtlüğü çerçevesinde absürt fel [...]

    16. I love Camus (The Stranger, The Plague and The Fall, in that order), but this one left me unimpressed. "The Adulterous Woman" felt like a less vivid version of the already-too-depressing The Sheltering Sky, and "The Renegade" was almost incomprehensible. I liked the last four stories more, with "The Guest" and "The Artist at Work" being my favorites, but they were still pretty hollow reading experiences. Granted, the subject matter is as bleak as Camus's worldview, but all of his other fictional [...]

    17. I like Camus, after my second exposure. This is a collection of short stories, some of which (as always) are a bit better than others. I only give this four stars because I had a little difficulty figuring out how one of the stories fit with the other five. "The Renegade or a Confused Spirit" grated a little for me because it was written in such a different style from the other stories. It felt a little longer than it needed to be to me, but it was compelling nonetheless.I don't enjoy putting wr [...]

    18. Two words come to mind as I turn the final pages of this wonderful collection: Breathless, breathtaking. Perhaps they are the same.There is an animal, elemental intensity at play here as Camus once again cements his position not only as an intellectual giant but also as one of the greatest fiction writers. He melds exotic settings with displaced characters in stories that take your breath away, stories that haunt and linger and leave you clamoring for air like a fish on dry shore. The Renegade, [...]

    19. These are six short stories following the path of strangers (as expected of Camus)in Algeria, France, Mali and Brazil. Overall I was bewitched and lost in the subtle meanings each of them carried, and Camus truly allows you to get lost in concepts you formulate or perceive by yourself.My favorite chapter was the first "The Adulterous Woman" because this is the first time I read something Camus narrates in the voice of a woman, which gave the story a new exquisite taste.The ending was rather enig [...]

    20. camus öyküleri. less is more akımının yegane öncülerinden olan albert abimizin öyküleri pek bi şey olmuyo gibiyken aslında ne çok şey oluyor ulan dedirten cinsten. “gel bizle otur” kadar basit bi cümlenin ne kadar büyük boşluklar doldurabileceğini falan düşünürken buluveriyorsunuz kendinizi. pek konuşmayan insanların içseslerini sanki kendi içinizde duyarsınız, onların küçük / anlamsız/ absürd heyecanlarını yaşarsınız vs vs

    21. Ο άνθρωπος ζει "εξόριστος" στη ζωή, ωστόσο ενίοτε χτίζει μέσα σε αυτήν την εξορία του τα μικρά του "βασίλεια" κάνοντας τις μικρές του προσωπικές επαναστάσεις, ζώντας με πάθος και ελευθερία. Κοινός τόπος των περισσότερων διηγημάτων του, η έρημος της Βορείου Αφρικής, σύμβολο τ [...]

    22. My somewhat low rating is owing only to the fact that these are short stories into Camus this way is a little like being woken up from a deep sleep every hour, on the hour; these stories just can't hold the force of his longer works like "The Plague," "The First Man" or even "The Fall."He's saved his talent (just my opinion) for the final two. In "Jonas, or the Artist at Work," a painter finds himself unable to create once he has fame, friends and generally an abundance of people around him who [...]

    23. Le Renegat. For me, Le Renegat IS L'exil et le royaume. It's remained stuck in my mind for half a century, the recollection refreshed every so often by another read-through of the story. It fascinates me, and for the greater part of my life I didn't know why I was fascinated. I've now understood why and shall tell you why in this review. It may sound like a stretch, but I assure you that it's indeed the truth, the actuality.Le Renegat is a story of torture and abasement, of brain-washing and Sto [...]

    24. Since the beginning of time, on the dry earth of this limitless land scraped to the bone, a few men had been ceaselessly trudging, possessing nothing but serving no one, poverty-stricken but free lords of a strange kingdom. Janine did not know why this thought filled her with such a sweet, vast melancholy that it closed her eyes. She knew that this kingdom had been eternally promised her and yet that it would never be hers, never again, except in this fleeting moment perhaps when she opened her [...]

    25. First 4 short stories are great, the last two, not so much. I usually don't like to go in there, but it's really uncomfortable how Camus writes his arabs and black brazilians. They either have nothing to say or talk and act like little children. The europeans just walk around the foreign earth, all troubled and blasé, the only ones with a rich inner life. The natives just live, you know, they are not shaken by our existencialist crisis! The last tale, set in Brazil - I'm brazilian, so I'm a lit [...]

    26. “The Adulterous Woman”A woman on a business trip with her husband confronts her fear of being alone and to have freedom. We all want to be loved, and to love, but is that worth our freedom? The protagonist is faced with a choice to act or continue with her relationship as it is. Her adultery is her idea of breaking away from her husband. I loved the theme and prose of this one. 5/5“The Renegade”A missionary seeks revenge after being tortured by a local tribe. Camus explores the power of [...]

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