Dec 03, 2022
Povestiri din Malá Strana
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  • Title: Povestiri din Malá Strana
  • Author: Jan Neruda Lia Toader Dragos Vranceanu
  • ISBN: 9786065888128
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
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Emilie

Full of great short stories, with humorous and perceptive character studies The English translation is excellent, making late nineteenth century Prague come to life for this early twenty first century British reader


Lysergius

I heard that Pablo Neruda the Chilean poet, called himself after Jan Neruda the Czech writer I can understand why These tales are full of insight and affectionate observation of the people of the Mala Strana in Prague It was therefore no surprise to see his portrait on a commemorative plaque on the wall of one of the narrow streets leading up to the castle or find his grave in the cemetery at Vysherad.


Chris Amies

A collection of stories by the original Neruda not the Chilean who borrowed his name Charming and nostalgic for a world that even then was disappearing.


Kevin

Wonderful book of short stories Loveliest stories that underscore the reason why I like books of this genre and of authors of his time and place His writing displays the right pace and keeps apt mood that thrills the reader anytime Words are like morning dew melting into earth s lap, so silent and soft that you only cherish the glitter in its passing one after another No words from me, lest it should distort any better impression on the purity of his work


Michaela

Same deal as with Capek s Tale from Two Pockets, good writer with the bias of his place and time misogyny and Antisemitism.


Kai Weber

There s probably too much stasis, too much pure description in this book to deserve the title pov dky narrations, stories , but that doesn t matter Those images of young and old people inhabiting mid 19th century Prague and their struggles around the great topics of life love and death is wonderful in its very own way of a bleak tragicomedy I couldn t sum it up better than the postface of this edition does, so if you get this wonderfully illustrated book into your hands and doubt if it s somethi [...]


Dewey

4.5 StarsThe Czechs are a remarkable people in the world of literature Before the 19th century, there is little, if any, literary accomplishments of note written either by Czechs or in the Czech language aside from theologians like Jan Amos Komensky But for some reason, especially in the 20th century, great literature bloomed throughout Bohemia and Moravia like flowers in an Alpine meadow and despite the small size of the country they have left their mark in a way few other cultures have It all [...]


gauldy

Nerudo, Nerudo co s tebou Pov dky z bavnost i rozsahem docela r znorod , ale co od nich cht t je to realismus Sp ne z bavn ten je to zaj mav sonda do ivota p ed sto pades ti roky, kdy panovaly zcela odli n pom ry A jako v pov p sob v c ne v rohodn No, dovol m si ocejchovat ka dou pov dku rad ji zvl.T den v tich m dom nejdel z pov dek, nep ehledn a nez bavn Ale na druhou stranu m i p r lep ch moment Pan Ry nek a pan Schlegl ze skupiny t ch krat ch, bez v razn j z pletky, ale docela p jemn P ivedl [...]


Czarny Pies

Salut les francais Vous devez absolument lire cette collection de contes admirablement bien reussi par Neruda au sujet de la vie et des personnages dans le quartier populaire Mal Strana de Prague ou Neruda a grandi au milieu du dix neuvieme siecle Ces contes sur sont le curriculum des ecoles secondaires qui enseignent en langue Tcheque depuis plus q un si cle Vous feriez infailliblement plaisir a vos amis Tcheques, si vous leur disiez vous avez lu ces contes.Je vous conseille donc de commence a [...]


Mel

I admit to being a little disappointed by these stories They reminded me a little of Zola crossed with Mrs Gaskell The short stories were nearly all character sketches The shortest sketches I think I liked the most There were a few truly beautiful ones, some nice tragedies and a few just kinda silly The longer stories seemed to mock the people in them just a little too much including the narrator I m wondering if perhaps things were lost a little in the translation It was interesting to read and [...]


Esteban

Jan Neruda is a good observer of the everyday life and he can make a profit of his gift This collection of stories takes us to the XIXth Century Prague and show a series of very particular characters an situations The autor has a very pointillous style, often comic, and most of the stories the shorter the better are great, I could not stand the last part which is a novella and takes almost half of the book, because, it was the one that took me most to read, maybe it was its autobiographic tone, [...]


Mauro

Li porque vou passar algumas horas em Praga, semana que vem Mas vale a pena ali s, n o uma pena , um gosto ler um livro como esse, leggero e agrad vel.S o pequenas cr nicas da cidade, passadas h um s culo e meio, todas com algum humor, algumas com alguma melancolia A ltima notas de um advogado tem um qu de Jerome K Jerome e de auto ironia.


Sveta

God only knows how many times Matylda has embroidered monograms on shirts and linens, always for a different bridegroom, and how many times she has been taking up the stitches again, remarked Miss Marie while straightening out her cape And perhaps she will be forever unstitching


Dana Păduraru

bitter sweet stories that did not really touch me


Doms

Zpo tku to bylo nic moc, ale pak jsem se do toho za etla


έρις

2,5


Pavel

Kulisy se m n , ale lid jsou po d stejn.A mist i vyprav i n s o tom st le uji uj.


Jose Carlos

COSTUMBRISMO CENTRO EUROPEOSon estos cuentos de la Mal Strana un retrato de costumbres, un cuadro que muy bien podr an haber firmado algunos de los m s rancios escritores costumbristas hispanos, incluso con sus olores a puchero y potaje de garbanzos Quiero decir con ello que, si bien a Jan Neruda hay que reconocerle el inmenso m rito de que todo l aparece en autores posteriores de una talla descomunal como los Kafka, Werfel, Urzidil, Hrabal, Hirsch o Seifert, que todos ellos, en alg n momento, r [...]


Joelwakefield

I read this in preparation for a trip to Prague Neruda lived in Mala Strana in the mid 1800s and his work was largely a chronicle of day to day life, with this set of stories set in Mala Strana itself That part of Prague bears little resemblance to neighborhood he discusses in the short stories in this book, as it has cleaned up quite a bit and is no longer the poor lower middle class area that it was in the mid 1800s when he wrote about it In addition, his work really was observational, rather [...]


Corinne

Jan Neruda, the author of this collection, is a big thing in the Czech Republic A street in the Mala Strana lesser town area of Prague is named after him because of the kinds of stories that are included in this collection Jan is a noticer of people small details in small lives are at the crux of these stories Some in first person, some in third, they are all about individuals and the minutiae of daily living Shopkeepers, students, grocers and, especially, landlords and tenants and barkeepers al [...]


Louise Bray

Endlich fertig Einige der Geschichte waren nicht schlecht und die Einstellung des Autors zu Frauen und Juden war ganz interessant, ich habe nie wirklich ber Frauen oder Juden in Europa in den 1800er Jahren gelesen Ansonsten gab es nicht viel im Buch, was mir gefallen hat Ich habe den Sinn der Geschichten nicht v llig verstanden, meiner Meinung nach passierte fast gar nichts und ich weiss nicht, warum das Buch ver ffentlicht wurde Aber es scheint, dass viele Menschen diese Buch lieben, also bin i [...]


Vlasta

Ze za tku jsem si musela trochu zvykat na jazyk, proto e v u ch se nezpracov v tak snadno, jako kdy je na pap e Ale po chv li se to zlep ilo a j si Nerudu mohla vychutnat A e to bylo chutn sousto Ani nev m, kterou z pov dek m m nejrad ji Jsem ale moc r da, e jsem si poslechla tuhle nahr vku, kter obsahuje v echny pov dky a kter je namluvena opravdu hezky Jen Audiolibrix je hr za, aplikace se mi po d vyp nala a j u z toho pak lela, ke konci P t rad ji Audiot ku nebo si kn ku st hnu z c d ka jako [...]


Sara Tusek

a classic collection of short vignettes about life in Prague in the 19th century Most of these sketches are in Mala Strana, the little quarter where artists and kings live and work It s a good book for people wanting to know what Prague was like in the past, in a nostalgic way.


Paulina

Thrilling and really engaging.


Will

Dne 16 nora roku tis c osm set ty icet a je t n kolil otev el pan Vorel sv j krupa sk kr m u Zelen ho and la Du Poldi, horst, pravila pan setn kov v pat e nad name ku sv sle n dce i, kter la pr v do trhu a byla ji venku na chodb , krupici kup tady u toho nov ho, m em to zkusit Mnoh lehkov n sob snad pomysl , e odev en nov ho krupa sk ho kr mu nebylo ani tak zvl tn ud lost Ale takov mu bych ekl jen Ty neboh nebo bych docela jen pokr il ramenama a ne ekl ni eho Tenkr t, kdy venkovan snad po dvacet [...]


Karen

This book took a long time to get through but only because I wanted to read it slowly and savor it It is a collection of something called feuilletons, defined on the back cover as vivid sketches on the border between journalism and fiction Neruda 1834 1891 sketched life in Mala Strana, the Little Quarter of Prague in the nineteenth century They were stories of ordinary people doing ordinary things the stories picked up and left off quietly just as ordinary life does According to the interesting [...]


Spotsalots

It took me awhile to get around to reading this, perhaps because the book looks longer than it actually is thick pages However, it proved a good choice to read while traveling, for the obvious reason that one can read a story here and there.The tales have a quiet 19th century charm, with their minute observation of Prague characters and their states of mind At the same time, I found some of them surprisingly hard to follow, especially the opening novella, which had numerous characters and did no [...]


Alexandra Ghecenco

I bought this book because Prague is my favorite city and I wanted to go back, even if only in my reader s imagination Neruda has a subtle humor and paints a vivid image of the Mala Strana The reader is brought inside so, I walked along the Mostecka, I leaned from the balcony, I stepped inside the shops, I glanced up at Prazsky Hrad, I talked to the people and let them become a part of my life as I morphed into a background character myself It was almost as if I were reading pages out of an 19 c [...]


Bettie☯

Hand written dedication inside front cover NeilJust to say thank you for your hospitality and some wonderful memories at your gig in Prague 2004 I hope that we can go back soon.Ian and NellieTranslated by Michael Henry Heim Introduction by Ivan Klima.First published in Czech as Pov dky malostransk in 1878 The stories in this collection date from 1860 s and 1870 s and reflect Neruda s enthusiasm for feuilletons, vivid sketches on the border between journalism and fiction.


Eliška

I couldn t really get into the first short story I skiped it and read it as the last one I m really happy that I made that decision and manage to read the whole book eventually It was definitely worth it, I have an idea how it was to live Prague in 1850 s and Neruda is just perfect His realistic style which reflects what social staus people belong to in the way they speak is truly impressive It is also interesting to see people s nationalism and antisemtism and how common it was those days.



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