Conversations with Professor Y

Conversations with Professor Y Here s the truth simply statedokstores are suffering from a serious crisis of falling sales So begins the imaginary interview that comprises this novel a conversation between the stuffy incontinent

  • Title: Conversations with Professor Y
  • Author: Louis-Ferdinand Céline Stanford Luce
  • ISBN: 9781564784490
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Paperback
  • Here s the truth, simply statedokstores are suffering from a serious crisis of falling sales So begins the imaginary interview that comprises this novel a conversation between the stuffy, incontinent Professor Y and C line himself, who rails against convention and defends his idiosyncratic methods as a writer In the course of their outrageous interplay, C line co Here s the truth, simply statedokstores are suffering from a serious crisis of falling sales So begins the imaginary interview that comprises this novel a conversation between the stuffy, incontinent Professor Y and C line himself, who rails against convention and defends his idiosyncratic methods as a writer In the course of their outrageous interplay, C line comes closer to explaining his controversial life and work than in any of his other books But soon the not so polite conversation begins to degenerate into a bizarre farce, as all pretense to the interview is dropped and Professor Y reveals his true identity leading the author on a hilarious quest through the streets of Paris toward a climax skewering pretension, celebrity, polite society, and the establishment itself.

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    1. Ho ho ho. Yılının, çağının ve hala canlı bir edebiyat olayı. Şuana kadar okuduğunuz bütün eleştiri kitaplarımızı çöpe atalım. Bu bu nasıl bir kitap??? Elimden bırakamadım. Celine "Yolculuk" öncesi ve sonrasını hatta kendinden öncesini ve sonrasını, tüm edebiyat camiasını, tüm sanat dallarını, kendi üslubunun pervasızlığıyla, meşhur noktaları ile beraber topa tutmuş. Sonunda her ne kadar gerçek dese de varlığı meçhul Y'yi bile çıldırttı, delirt [...]

    2. " Salonlar, piyasalar, sanat sevicileri."Celinden başta edebiyat olmak üzere sanatın tüm puf koltuklardaki ağır abilerine ' larını da yanına alarak savurduğu kallavi küfürler demeti Temel dürtüsü daha fazla kar olan yayınevi patronları ile temel dürtüsü akademide koltuk, nobelde ödül ve daha fazla tanınırlık olan " coşkun duygulanımların" üstadı büyük yazarların piyasa koşullarında hizaya girmesi ile doğan edebi bokun cilasına dökülen boya Proust tarzı, hu [...]

    3. Tornare a leggere Céline dopo tanto tempo significa entrare nel "mondo paranoico, nella memoria di un inventore stralunato". Solo un autore stralunato come Céline poteva ideare uno pseudo dialogo con uno pseudo protagonista. È una invettiva, un pamphlet, una sorta di j'accuse in cui Céline si scaglia contro la letteratura, la storia, il mondo e i romanzieri invitandoli a seguire lo " stile emotivo" che dà il senso al tutto e che rende scrittori.Un' opera irriverente e divertente sotto certi [...]

    4. Celine'in edebiyat dünyasının suratına tükürmek için yazdığı kitap demek geliyor içimden. Daha uzun olmasını dilerdim ama bu haliyle bile bir kez daha Celine'in şeytani üslubundan keyif aldım. Çoğu yerde kıs kıs gülmekten kendimi alamadım. Hatta ilk birkaç sayfadan sonra Celine ve Profesör'ün sohbetinin arasında kendimi pinpon topu gibi hissettim. Yarattığı kurgusal karakteri karşısına alıp okuru oynatıyor, hatta dalga geçiyor bile denebilir.

    5. Una orgogliosa dichiarazione di poetica viene portata avanti in toni polemici, concitati e deliranti nel corso di un'intervista immaginaria con un improbabile Professor Y. Più che di un'intervista, si tratta sostanzialmente di un frenetico soliloquio di chiaro sapore teatrale sulla letteratura, in cui lo scrittore-protagonista enuncia i termini della propria invenzione stilistica, che consiste nella resa della "emozione del linguaggio parlato attraverso lo scritto". Nel frattempo si scaglia pes [...]

    6. “ero veramente sfinito è soprattutto il parlare che mi stanca, me non mi piace parlare detesto la parola niente mi sfibra di più e avevo parlato per questo brutto stronzo un sacco! sbavato per ore! e lui, che doveva reggermi la sputacchiera! fottuto intervistatore dei miei coglioni! me l’avevano scelto bene!”.

    7. Conversations with Professor Y was originally published in 1955 as Entretiens avec le Professeur Y. It is a minor work by the author and in this bi-lingual edition only amounts to about 70 pages of English text. With Céline it is always best to know a bit of background biographical information before starting—the introduction by the translator, Stanford Luce, is excellent and concise and provides everything you need to know before reading the book.Conversations with Professor Y is a fictional [...]

    8. Celine's attempt to explain and perhaps satirize his own style written in the years after being accused of collaboration with the nazis and spending eighteen months in a Danish prison. Much of this short book is an "inside joke" that centers upon the all-powerful French publishing house Gallimard, where, as Celine says, "almost every professor has his little Goncourt marinating" (p.11). All too true, even today! Of course, it was Gallimard who published Celine himself! Celine attacks the mediocr [...]

    9. A very funny pseudo-interview in which Celine explains his style to a guy who really has to take a leak. I'll let a few quoted passages work their magic.* * * * *Emotion through written language! . . . written language had run dry in France, I'm the one who primed emotion back into it! . . . as I say! . . . it's not just some cheap trick, believe me! . . . the gimmick, the magic that any asshole can use in order to move you 'in writing!' . . . rediscovering the emotion of the spoken word through [...]

    10. 'Niks te basta! het valse triomfeert! de publiciteit omsingelt, vervalst, vervolgt alles wat niet vals is! de smaak voor het authentieke is verloren gegaan! ik zeg het met nadruk! met nadruk! let maar op! kijk om u heen! hebt u wat relaties? geschikte mensen met geschikt bedoel ik: die rijk zijn! die zich vrouwen, schilderijen en kunstvoorwerpen kunnen aanschaffen! nou, u zult die geschikte mensen zich altijd en onvermijdelijk op het valse zien storten! zoals het varken naar de truffel wroet en [...]

    11. Pss!s!kolonel!s!Fiktsionaalne Céline on eestindatud imetabaselt! Isegi päris moodsalt!kahtlustamapanevalt, kust te õieti pärit olete, ah?ja kõnekeelselt, nagu kord ja kohus, nagu metroo nõuab, teate küll!ja ometigi kujutan ma teda ette istumas kusagil Pariisi pargipingil, vehkimas kätega ja vuristamas mööda omapainutatud keeltteritavaid liipreid, mida saab teha ainult prantslaslikult. Ei, mitte mingil juhul näiteks hispaanlaslikult, see on hoopis teistsugune tuli, valet karva taevas, [...]

    12. Céline règle ses comptes. passe tout et tout le monde au vitriol. Céline fictionnel ou véritable? peut-être un peu des deux. grossit le trait, use de l'autodérision, de l'autocritique aussi. il est insupportable, orgueilleux,aigri, fielleux, fanfaron. rien n'est assez beau pour lui. tout le monde est con. il met à mort un à un l'intégralité des champs artistiques. écrivain incompris, génie de son temps qui a su inventer LE style, "l'émotion dans le langage écrit", le "style émotif [...]

    13. Celine's answer to his many detractors in post-war France, this book is quite hilarious for anyone interested in this perplexing author. He really takes the mickey. It would spoil things to go into it too much, but his portrayal of his enemies as incontinent lunatics naturally won him few admirers. He was on safer ground skewering Sartre (in North he referred to this nemesis as Tartre and had earlier written a spirited rejoinder to Sartre's attack on him in The Mind of the Anti-Semite) and in ot [...]

    14. Céline invente une interview de lui-même réalisée par un personnage loufoque, grabataire et hostile, d'abord présenté comme le Professeur Y, puis qui devient finalement colonel En fait d'interview, c'est le personnage de Céline qui mène la danse, dans son plus pur style, faisant les questions et les réponses. Et, aspect singulier, au cours de cet entretien Céline donne les clés de ce style, « son invention » : l'impressionnisme littéraire, le livre émotif, dont il estime — à [...]

    15. Ennast ja vimkasid täis kirjaniku intervjuu professor Y-le. Sisuliselt raamatu autori kirjutamiskreedo, kus ta mõnitab ülejäänud kirjanikke, nimetades kogu nende kirjandust tühjaks ja pseudoks, ajakirjanduse sabasjooksjaks ja orjaks või umbes nii. Kogu lugu on esitatud poolikute lausetega, kõnekeelena, mis peab aitama taasesitada ehedat emotsiooni. Umbes nii ma sain sellest 80 lk paksust Loomingu Raamatukogu tükist aru. Enam-vähem töötas, aga ma ei saa aru, miks ei oleks see "Interwj [...]

    16. This is one of Celine's most fascinating books. Everything after Journey is written in his highly distinctive style and this book is like the Rosetta Stone for his stylistic ticks. Essential reading for any fan and it is conveniently published in a bi-lingual edition. It's constantly entertaining, funny, informative, and raw if your even remotely interested in his post-Journey novels this is a must read.

    17. I always thought this would make a great two act play, combined with Milton Hindus memoir about his famous meeting with Celine after the war (in fact, I think, if I'm not mistaken Hindus is the "Professor Y" in this book). For those not familiar with Celine, this is not the place to start and is really a long, extended rant of Celine's defending (parodying?) his literary style.

    18. Céline che sbeffeggia se stesso e il mito che lo circonda. Sembra partire serio, poi tutto finisce meravigliosamente in vacca come solo lui sa fare, con le parole che danzano scomposte come cadaveri ghignanti. Le pagine sul metrò emotivo e sulla genesi dei tre puntini sono da rotolarsi sul pavimento.

    19. Just got started on this one (has been sitting by my bed for while) but I am a great fan of satire, of lifting up the edge of pretense draped across things we elevate in society. (Am reading it in French, so I have to pay attention, not read and talk on the phone, as I do normally. *grin*)

    20. C'est drôle, c'est moqueur, c'est grinçant, c'est du Grand Céline dans un délire carnavalesque, une parade fantasmagorique qui s'étend sur plus de 120 pages et qui rend fou à s'en pisser dessus

    21. When reading this I was felled with admiration for the French. And the clandestine people that visit the French writers. Hoping that in the near future we could meet. And perhaps you'd be able to pull out of me some of those conversations with the good professor.

    22. diezgan jocīga grāmata, liels haoss. saprotama ir Selīna sāpe, bet to visu varēja pasniegt arī daudz labākā manierē, daudz lasāmākā veidā.

    23. wherein our protagonist shadow boxes particularly powerful and smart jewish strawman man and comes off looking really cool

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