Fiabe italiane

Fiabe italiane Le fiabe sono vere Sono il catalogo dei destini che possono darsi a un uomo e a una donna soprattutto per la parte di vita che appunto il farsi di un destino A met degli anni Calvino raccoglie e r

  • Title: Fiabe italiane
  • Author: Italo Calvino
  • ISBN: 9788804373506
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Le fiabe sono vere Sono il catalogo dei destini che possono darsi a un uomo e a una donna, soprattutto per la parte di vita che appunto il farsi di un destino A met degli anni 50 Calvino raccoglie e riscrive completamente le pi belle fiabe di tutte le regioni italiane, preservando cos la tradizione orale.L edizione nei Meridiani delle Fiabe italiane di Calvino AllLe fiabe sono vere Sono il catalogo dei destini che possono darsi a un uomo e a una donna, soprattutto per la parte di vita che appunto il farsi di un destino A met degli anni 50 Calvino raccoglie e riscrive completamente le pi belle fiabe di tutte le regioni italiane, preservando cos la tradizione orale.L edizione nei Meridiani delle Fiabe italiane di Calvino Allo scrittore, oltre alla scelta e alla trascrizione delle fiabe, si devono anche le note, che accolgono le sue riflessioni sulla fiaba, documentano la riscrittura da lui compiuta su testi della tradizione popolare e forniscono un elenco delle varianti dello stesso tipo di fiaba nelle varie regioni italiane Di particolare importanza per gli studi calviniani la prefazione di Mario Lavagetto.

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    1. Fiabe italiane, Italo Calvino تاریخ نخستین خوانش: از هفتم ژوئن سال 2011 میلادی تا هشتم ژوئن سال 2011 میلادیعنوان: افسانه های ایتالیایی؛ نویسنده: ایتالوکالوینو؛ مترجم: محسن ابراهیم؛ تهران، نشر نیلا، 1378، در 516 ص، شابک: 9646900003؛ موضوع: افسانه ها و قصه های ایتالیائی - قرن 20 ممجموعه ای از فولکلور و افس [...]

    2. There is an endless fascination to fairy and folk tales. As a child, I remember listening to them at my great-aunt’s knee: she was a great storyteller, and often embellished and modified tales, so that cruel and sad parts were left out. The same tales were restored to their original form when told by my mother, who was adamant that a child should not be shielded from cruelties and horror. Needless to say, I preferred my great-aunt.Later on, I came to read and love the Classics Junior series of [...]

    3. As a tiny child, I read this an enormous number of times -- I remember bringing it in to my kindergarten class to show to my teacher (who, certainly, had doubts that I'd actually read it. Psh. (Yes. I am hugely pretentious.))Regardless. I've read bits and pieces of it again and again over the years, and it remains one of the most delightful books I know. There is no reason for this not to be a favorite book for kids -- it's exciting, full of an enormous number (200!) of vivid stories perfect in [...]

    4. Wow! It's hard to even know where to begin reviewing this collection. I started reading it in 2015 for a group read, and finished about a third. I set it aside meaning to return to it, but never did. At the start of this year, I decided I would read 10 fairy tales from it between every print book I finished. And 7 months later, I'm finished! I enjoyed the process so much I'm going to start doing that with another fairy tale collection.And I literally read it to pieces. Both the front and back co [...]

    5. Most traditional stories were past down from generation to generation in an oral tradition which made for well paced and entertaining stories. Sadly they are often retold in the hands of someone with a pace that is comparable to a three legged horse in a race, and sadly not as entertaining. (I know some of you are thinking I'm awful for that right now and are taking a moment to think the worst of me.) Thankfully, Italo Calvino lent his hand to the collecting and retelling of Italian folktales an [...]

    6. My mother gave me this book when I was seven years old. She got it from a salesman who was smart enough to convince her that the book was perfect for a seven years old, even though it was a book of more than a thousand pages, and an expensive one, with an heavy binding that made it difficult for a little boy to handle. Well, this was probably the best gift I ever had. I read the book countless times, totally fascinated by the weirdness of the characters and by the gruesomeness of the stories, el [...]

    7. Calvino wanted to be Italy's Brothers Grimm. Not in the sense of collecting the tales, which folklorists had been doing, but creating a popular collection. This is the result, down to the 200 tales. He notes that he also, like the Grimms, spruced up the tales. Unlike them, he put in end notes about what tales he combined, and what little details he added. (He went by the language and not by the country's borders.)It's a wide variety, including some religious legends and animal fables and tales a [...]

    8. RICORDI D'INFANZIALe fiabe raccolte da Calvino sono "diverse", nonostante gli stereotipi. Sarà stato perché mia madre era solita leggermele quando ero piccola (Zio Lupo era una presenza fissa nei miei incubi!), ma sono state capaci tuttora di affascinarmi e trasportarmi in mondi magici in cui tutto è possibile."La bambina andò alla casa di Zio Lupo. Bussò: Bum, bum.- Chi è?- Sono io!- Tanti anni, tanti mesi che nessuno batte più a questa porta! Cosa vuoi?- Mi manda la mamma, a chiedervi s [...]

    9. I wish my parents had read this aloud to me when I was little- perhaps one of the best collections of fairy tales I've ever read. Calvino finds a very strong narrative voice while still managing to balance his own typical style and the speaking style of those who told him the stories in the first place. My favorite is a similar story to little red riding hood except with an ogre"Grandmother, what a big neck you have""I've always worn such heavy jeweled necklaces my dear.""Grandmother, what hairy [...]

    10. Too many of these stories followed the same pattern: poor character is having a bad time > something semi-magical happens > character gains wealth or nobility.For a writer with communist sympathies and an anarchist father, Calvino sure seems to (re-)tell a lot of stories that glorify kings, marriage, and wealth.

    11. Well, Neil Gaiman gave it five starsd had this intriguing insight: "Over a seven-year period, Calvino wrote three realist novels, The White Schooner (1947–1949), Youth in Turin (1950–1951), and The Queen's Necklace (1952–54), but all were deemed defective.[28] During the eighteen months it took to complete I giovani del Po (Youth in Turin), he made an important self-discovery: "I began doing what came most naturally to me – that is, following the memory of the things I had loved best si [...]

    12. 200 folktales I feel like I have completed a major reading project.Reading folktales/fairytales, it's fun to see some of the similarities in European stories and start to pick up not only national but regional idiosyncrasies. This extensive collection of Italian tales not only has similarities to some very familiar stories but some also have threads of Arabic tales and Roman myths. This is my first experience of Italian folktales outside of Roman mythology, so one of the things I don't really u [...]

    13. This is a masterful collection of Italian Folktales, where the reader is lured into a world of flux, of metamorphoses, where kings and peasants, tricksters and saints, and a whole zoology* of extraordinary animals, plants and fish wend their way through the landscape and history of the Italian nation.Italian Folktales (Fiabe Italiane) is a collection of 200 folktales, collated from various regions around Italy, and from the works of a whole army of collectors, folklorists, ethnologists etc makin [...]

    14. Calvino es un autor que me gusta. Su ensayo de por qué leer a los clásicos brindó siempre geniales discusiones en mis clases. Corazón Jaguar siempre ocupará un lugar especial en mi corazón de alcachofa. Peeeero descubrir esta joya fue extraordinario.Leerlo con un vaso de leche y galletitas, disfrutar cada una de las historias, volverse niño no preguntar, no decir eso no me lo creo, no cuestionar. Disfrutar solamente todas estas historias de hadas, príncipes, brujas, dragones y magia tant [...]

    15. This is a fun book with a whole lot (200) of cute and sometimes dark folktales. There are some great ones, like what has to be the basis for Beauty and the Beast. The writing is great as it always is with Calvino.The problem is that there are wayyyyy too many. 800 pages of folktales is too long. After 50 or so they can get repetitive and formulaic. I ended up skipping a bunch of stories. Because of this I couldn't rationalize 3 stars, even though the enjoyment level was definitely there.This wou [...]

    16. These are some seriously crazy fairy tales. I finally finished this book.I've been reading it, with varying degrees of intensity, since early 2004.It is a 700+ page book of 200 folktales with notes and intros.I tried to read one fairy tale every day. I failed that goal, but I came close at times. These stories were so crazy, and yet most echoed motifs and structures of the fairy tales of other cultures. I am so completely fascinated with the psychological need in society that has perpetuated the [...]

    17. A legtöbb mesét ismertem más, általában teljesebb, tetszősebb változatban, amit meg nem, az leginkább kalandregény-kezdemény. És persze joban örültem volna feldolgozatlan meséknek, szerencsére a jegyzetekből kiderül, hol mancsolt beléjük Calvino, de akkor is.A képek nagyon szépek, de hogy jönnek népmesékhez? :D

    18. Containing short (2-3 page) old folktales, this is a charming collection. Not the type of thing you pick up and read from front to back (nearly 800 pages, 200 stories) more something you would pick up to read one or two before bed or to a child. Not a Calvino novel in the vein of the others of his I've read, but a very worthwhile addition to the bookcase.

    19. Ah an oldie but a goodie pulled this out to read some of the tales to my 3 year old. While she fell asleep during the 1st one, I kept reading. This is a book I've read before (parts), but enjoy again and again.

    20. ترجمه عالی و نثر دقیق و شیوای ایتالو کالوینو از نقاط قوت این اثر هستند . به طوری که شما با خواندن این افسانه ها به این شک می افتید که آیا این نوشته ها و داستان ها طنز های ساخته ذهن کالوینو هستند یا نه واقعن افسانه های محلی ایتالیایی ؟

    21. Generally speaking, I don't post books on that I have read more than 20 years ago. I read this extraordinary and deep collection in 1990, but parts of it still haunt me.

    22. An amusing collection of fairy tales and folk stories that hasn't a whiff of postmodern style. Suck it, lit majors.

    23. azıcık korkutan sonu hep gülmeli masallar. Favorim 'gümüş burun' babaannemin anlattığı masalla, mavi sakal arasında bi yerlerde ;)

    24. Mas que livro gostoso de ler! Terminei-o agora a pouco e imediatamente vim escrever a resenha, ainda sobre o encantamento produzido pela prosa combinada dos contos italianos e Italo Calvino.Esse livro tem uma proposta parecida com a de 103 Contos de Fadas, da Angela Carter, mas, curiosamente, é uma leitura bem mais leve. Misturam-se em suas páginas contos de fadas, fábulas, anedotas, folclore e há um bom humor fantástico que parece permear toda a obra – do tipo que me fez ficar rindo de l [...]

    25. My Grandmother, from Italy, would tell my brother and I Giufa stories every night. We loved them. I have become the teller of Giufa stories. I was convinced that my Grandmother had made all these stories up about this poor farmboy, and his mother. When my eldest son was in 1st Grade, he asked me one night after a Giufa story, "Is Giufa real, Dad." Wanting my son to believe these stories to get the full impact, I replied, "Of course."Then my son said, "Then tomorrow when we go to the library we c [...]

    26. Fiabe italiane è una splendida raccolta curata da uno degli scrittori italiani che amo di più. Italo Calvino, in questo cofanetto di tre volumi, è riuscito a condensare il fiore della tradizione fiabesca italiana. Ricchi mercanti, orchi, principi, inganni, sorelle invidiose, geniali popolani (a volte imbroglioni) e perfino Gesù e San Pietro sono soltanto una piccolissima parte degli elementi che popolano i libri.Raccontate senza fronzoli, le fiabe di Calvino provengono da tutte le regioni it [...]

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