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The Easter Parade review ´ 3 » ❮Epub❯ ➢ The Easter Parade ➡ Author Richard Yates – Helpyouantib.co.uk XX საუკუნის მეორე ნახევრის ერთ ერთ საუკეთესო პროზაიკოსად აღიარებული ამერიკ XX საუკიწვევს თავისი უჩვეულოდ ძუნწი ლაკონური და ამავე დროს The Easter eBook #216 საოცრად ტევადი თხრობის სტილის წყალობით ამ არცთუ სქელტანიან წიგნში მწერალი ერთი ოჯახის თითქმის სამი თაობის ბედ იღბლ. yates müthiş bir yazar amerikan orta sınıfını onun kadar ustalıklı anlatan kaç yazar var bilmiyorum bu romanında ise kadınları bu kadar iyi anlatması beni hayretlere düşürdü iki kız kardeşin ilişkisini yaşanan gelgitleri sen nasıl bu kadar iyi bilebiliyorsun be adam diye bağırasım var çünkü amerikan 1950 60'ları bizim şimdiki halimize büyük kent çalışma koşulları beyaz yakalı ordusu bir taraftan da işçi ailesi ve şiddet o kadar benziyor ki gerek sarah'nın hikayesi gerek emily'nin hikayesi o kadar tanıdık kihele o sonda emily'nin yeğeni peter'a kustuğu öfke hayatın öfkesi ağlayarak bitirdim deniz yüce başarır'ın çevirisini çok başarılı buldum bu arada bilmiyordum şaşırdım yapı kredi yayınları çevirmenleri açlıkla terbiye etmeye çalışıyormuş biliyorsunuz imzalatmaya çalıştığı sözleşmelerle bu konuda açıklama ve düzeltme yapmazlarsa yayınevinden kitap almayacağım bunu da ekleyeyim

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XX საუკუნის მეორე ნახევრის ერთ ერთ საუკეთესო პროზაიკოსად აღიარებული ამერიკელი მწერლის რიჩარდ იეიტსისრომანი „სააღდგომო ჩვენება“ მკითხველთა და კრიტიკოსთა სამართლიან გაოცებას. Liron Kroll Composed photographs inspired by Richard Yates Novel The Easter Parade“O Desfile de Primavera” do escritor norte americano Richard Yates 1926 – 1992 conta a história de duas irmãs Sarah e Emily GrimesLiron Kroll Composed photographs inspired by Richard Yates Novel The Easter ParadeLogo na primeira frase do livro o sentido da história fica definido – “Nenhuma das irmãs Grimes estava destinada a ser feliz e olhando para o passado sempre houve a sensação de ue os problemas começaram com o divórcio de seus pais”Yates escreve de uma forma brilhante e concisa as vivências emocionais e temporais de duas irmãs numa narrativa inuietante repleta de tristeza e solidãoFilhas de pais separados com a mãe Pookie sempre presente assistimos sem contemplações ao deambular por diferentes cenários das diversas personagens ue nos vão sendo apresentadas e integradas nas várias histórias com recurso a descrições minuciosas e melancólicas Todas as personagens apresentam uma enorme heterogeneidade emocional delimitada pela dura realidade da vida e de relações fraternais complexas mas onde o amor mútuo permite um vislumbre ilusório de estabilidade sentimental “O Desfile de Primavera” aborda de uma forma admirável algumas das temáticas mais sensíveis dos nossos dias – o casamento o divórcio relações conflituosas e violentas entre homemmarido e mulher autonomia e dependência física e financeira a miséria moral e os vícios a solidão a inveja a intolerância o arrependimento a renúncia a feminilidade o alcoolismo etc – transmitindo visões opostas numa narrativa cruel e sentimentalA solidão final de Emily é atroz próxima da loucura desesperada pelo contacto físico e emocional mas com uma réstia de esperança “O Desfile de Primavera” é um excelente livro ue evidencia uma escrita impecável mas sombria

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The Easter Paradeის თანაზიარად გვაქცევს ეს სევდიანი საგა მოგვითხრობს იმაზე რომ ამ ცხოვრებაში არცერთი გზის არჩევა ბედნიერების უპირობო საწინდარი არ არის და არც შეიძლება იყოს სერია „ამერიკელები?. OK it is really sad Some say this is too dark the characters so failed and unaccountably gloomy to be worth reading But I enjoy these types of stories not because they uplift but because they seem to help me understand what is inexplicable in my own life I feel empathy for people who are their own worst enemies and Yates’ book surely describes a number of these It is a story of two sisters who are damaged by divorce and time spent with a deeply flawed mother who never could figure it out This story is set in New York city and Long Island from the 40s to the 70s and it feels deeply autobiographical it was written in 1975 It is a time when women’s options were limited and many were trapped by the constructs of American life of this era Yates writes from the female point of view and it is masterful in detail of time and place The protagonist Emily the younger sister watches her mother and sister who simply cannot extricate themselves from their situations The frustration is palpable as they make one poor decision after another and bury their loss in alcohol Emily is afraid of commitment and leads a rather pathetic solitary life using her few talents and looks to lure a string of men into her life Ultimately she is not spared and ends up alone with few friends sleepwalking through life This review is likely bringing you down but the writing is so sharp and its authenticity will leave you caring about this girl and her struggles Her nephew is one redeemed character who is almost holy in his forbearance and kindness to the flawed members of his family This story is about the fate that can await people who fail to find love and gain no comfort in religion These flawed characters have peculiar blend of narcissism and self loathing The complexity of these characters make them interesting It is sadly the story of many of our own kind and Yates makes me care about those poor souls Beauty and youth subside as her beautiful engaged married sister on the cover of the “Easter parade” section of the newspaper tragically will learn that it is all downhill The author in his pictures seems like these people and I can almost smell the whiskey and stale cigarette through the picture He is still a favorite of mine because of his unflinchingly accurate depictions of the gradual and tragic loss of hope Here are a few examplesp 80 “college had taught her that the purpose of a liberal arts education was not to train but to free the mind It didn’t matter what you did for a living; the important thing was the kind of person you were”p 152 getting up the nerve to confront her abusive brother in law “She drank apparently he had handed her a drink and apparently she’d accepted it without thinking and only now with the alcohol spreading warm through her chest and down her arms did she begin to realize how much she was enjoying herself It was fine to be passionately in the right on so clear and issue the scrappy kid sister as avenging angel; she wanted this exhilaration to go on and on Glancing over at Sarah though she wished Sarah hadn’t washed her face and covered her slip and straightened up the bedclothes to hide the blood stains; it would have made a dramatic picture the other way”p 167 her lover lamenting his estrangement from his wife and revealing his own failings “And I think that’s when she started getting restless along about the time I started boring her God damn it Emily how can I make you understand how nice she was It’s a thing that can’t be described Tender loving and at the same time she can was tough I don’t mean ‘tough’ in any pejorative sense I mean resilient courageous; she had a wholly unsentimental way of looking at the world Intelligent Jesus it was almost frightening sometimes how she’d go straight to the heart of some elusive complicated thing with an intuitive insight She was funny to she didn’t sit around getting of paralyzing one liners its just that she had a very sharp eye for the absurdity behind anything pretentious She was a great companion Why do I keep saying ‘was’ It’s not as if she were dead”p 208 upon happening on her own reflection “the medicine cabinet mirror caught her as cruelly as the window on the street that day and there it was again the face of a middle aged woman in hopeless and terrible needshe knew the moment she saw himthat it was over”