La Dot De La Fiancée

La Dot De La Fianc e Les premiers romans d Agnon Ce qui est tordu deviendra droit et la Dot de la fiancee decrivent la vie de la ville de Buczacz durant le XIXesiecle Le realisme et la poesie la naivete et l ironie s en

  • Title: La Dot De La Fiancée
  • Author: S.Y. Agnon Charles Leben Michel Landau
  • ISBN: 9782251780115
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Les premiers romans d Agnon, Ce qui est tordu deviendra droit et la Dot de la fiancee decrivent la vie de la ville de Buczacz durant le XIXesiecle Le realisme et la poesie, la naivete et l ironie s entrelacent autour de quelques heros gouailleurs et malchanceux, dont les aventures sont integrees a la vie d un peuple rythmant son existence joyeuse sur la loi de Dieu tout eLes premiers romans d Agnon, Ce qui est tordu deviendra droit et la Dot de la fiancee decrivent la vie de la ville de Buczacz durant le XIXesiecle Le realisme et la poesie, la naivete et l ironie s entrelacent autour de quelques heros gouailleurs et malchanceux, dont les aventures sont integrees a la vie d un peuple rythmant son existence joyeuse sur la loi de Dieu tout en buvant jusqu a la lie les miseres de l exil La dot de la fiancee dont nous proposons la premiere traduction en francais, traduction integrale la version americaine de reference, revisee par Agnon, est amputee de son dernier chapitre qui est un long poeme est considere comme le premier grand ouvrage d Agnon Rabbi Yudel, le heros, hassid pauvre et savant, qui prie regulierement et consacre son temps a l etude, qui connait les commandements et les benedictions qui conviennent aux lieux et aux circonstances, les versets du Talmud qu il convient de citer pour justifier une decision, les preceptes selon lesquels l homme sage doit se regler, est arrache a sa routine par un commandement imperieux ses filles sont en age de se marier et il doit, decision du rebbe hassidique de la ville ce rebbe est un personnage historique, le rebbe d Apta, auquel Buber consacre une partie de ses Recits hassidiques , aller solliciter les juifs des villages de la region pour reunir la somme necessaire a les doter et a organiser des mariages decents Rabbi Yudel v

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    1. Prix Nobel de Litt rature 1966 Rabbi Yidel, hassid vou l observance et l tude, consacrerait volontiers ses journ es et ses nuits la Loi et aux commentaires, mais voici ses trois filles ont atteint l ge du mariage Rabbi Yidel est pauvre, et sans dot, pas de fianc Comment s en remettre la Providence, quand mener les filles sous le dais nuptial est un commandement Il lui faut quitter son shtetl, la m ditation et la dispute savante, pour trouver l argent n cessaire Autre version pour donner d autres [...]


    2. I heard an prolonged interview with a translator, Hillel Halkin, of Agnon s, on one of my podcasts from public radio and was intrigued The version that I got via inter library loan is translated by I.M Lask and the version itself was published by the Literary Guild of America, Inc in 1937 The serendipity of a very old book and a podcast bringing me to this story seems to be favorable omens.I ve renewed the book several times at the library and am not finished This is a statement to work load an [...]


    3. I ve always wanted to read Agnon since the days of being a coincidental housemate with his grandson in around 1982 3 More than 30 years later I finally have the time This is a book that revives the life of the shtetl in Easter Europe It shows how deeply and traditionally Jewish life was in those times The book has a Quixotic structure in that it follows the adventures of a pair of characters as they travel the countryside in search of wives for Yudel s three daughters instead of Quijote s quest [...]


    4. I read this book in the Hebrew original, which is always an advantage Agnon is considered one of the great writers of modern Israel, although to be honest I find his style somewhat simplistic.The book is very Jewish and the fabric is interwoven with quotes and references to religious practice and texts Without it, a lot of the atmosphere and detail is lost.The story is all about the adventures of a poor Galician Jew, collecting money and finding a husband for the first of his three daughters The [...]


    5. I LOVED this book It s a little like Canterbury Tales in Galicia If you haven t read Agnon before, you should start with a short story collection, but this is a great follow up It gives a tremendously detailed view of early 19th Century Galicia with a sense of the overarching humor of Yiddish folk tales as well as the sort of basics of how people interacted Most of all, it s like a giant competition of tall tales all having to do, in some tangential way, with the making of matches and getting th [...]


    6. Unbelievably witty It s amazing how Agonon manages to write such a captivating novel with only old fashioned Rabbinic Hebrew at his disposal.


    7. Okay Cheating a bit here I haven t read the entire book I basically picked it up for reasons outlined in this blog post bit 2oxeQTk.


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