Aurélia (2019)

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  • Title: Aurélia
  • Author: Gérard de Nerval
  • ISBN: 9782253146230
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I suspect that most of us have some kind of reality escape hatch that removes us from the inevitable difficulties both large and small of everyday existence Whether it s religion, drugs alcohol, reading too many books , there s another world outside the one we experience with our five senses that most of us look to in order to survive this one The majority of us can delineate between the real world and the other world we imagine but there are those for whom the line between these worlds becomes [...]

    2. Dream is a second life.G rard de Nerval sets out to break down the barrier between dreams and waking life I m on board with this Aur lia is a lucid recitation and exposition of not only dreams, but various fugue states, metaphysical visions, hallucinatory episodes, and accounts of incarcerations in numerous asylums and clinics around the Paris metropolitan area What is it about Everything Alchemy The creation of new life Deconstruction and manipulation of religious iconography for covert purpose [...]

    3. 2,5 5 Grand d lire mystique La premi re partie est assez int ressante, car le d lire est tellement lev que l on fr le le fantastique La deuxi me partie est plus religieuse qu autre chose Reste savoir si tout est invent ou si l auteur r ellement v cu cette confusion entre r ve et r alit Dans l ensemble cela est tout de m me que moyennement int ressant Loin d tre un incontournable

    4. As a member of the eccentric Bouzingo group in France, in the 1830s, G rard de Nerval was eventually praised by Andr Breton as a prophet of Surrealism for Nerval s pursuit of the significance of dreams, and for his persistent vitality of an esoteric conception of the world Nerval s Aur lia Other Writings is a beautiful collection of Nerval s most coveted short stories, including the novella Sylvie , which is often considered Nerval s prose masterpiece These stories encapsulate a deep and passion [...]

    5. Cada vez que le doy un rating a un libro en este lugar, me decepciono C mo alguien puede darle menos de cinco estrellas a esta maravilla lo mismo me pas con El maestro y margarita de Bulgakov, de verdad que no los entiendo Se me rompe el coraz n cuando leo las malas rese as que hacen sobre este libro tan hermoso No lo entiendo Nerval ten a una sensibilidad inmensa, una forma de narrar tan precisa y sencilla y no por eso menos compleja tan sencillo y natural en contraste con las cosas tan terribl [...]

    6. Trop de religiosit et de d lires sot riques malgr quelques passages plaisamment po tiques Je sature de ces textes o Dieu est seul juge de nos vies Je suis plut t heureux de vivre dans une poque qui se d barrasse peu peu de toutes ces conneries religieuses qui ralentissent l humanit.

    7. The ravings of a madman A cleverly constructed artifice Both in different places Nerval really did spend his adult life in and out of asylums, but he was also friends with lots of the biggest and best artists, writers, etc in Paris in the 1840s and 50s Aurelia is about the outpouring of the dream world into real life Maddened by unrequited love for Aurelia, who at various points converges with the Virgin Mary, Cybele, Isis, etc and is based on the real life Marie Pleyel, Nerval passes into a kin [...]

    8. Mystical and febrile novella, reminiscent of a William Blake print.This, along with the writings of Unica Zurn, is true Surrealism.

    9. A French, mystic Catcher in the Rye I could should, otherwise I m a rude person probably say , but I m sleepy.

    10. El sue o es una segunda vida El sue o ocupa la tercera parte de nuestra vida Es el consuelo de las penas del d a o la pena de sus placeres pero no un reposo De este modo, el que dir a Villaurrutia que es punto de partida de la poes a moderna antes que Baudelaire, justifica su expiaci n a trav s del sue o La mezcla entre el mundo interior y exterior cuya narraci n es siempre rom ntica Fervor, amor, temor, angustia y naturaleza, unidos en pasajes on ricos y febriles que nos hacen acompa ar al auto [...]

    11. Nerval s prose is unquestionably illustrative and introspective, but the work itself feels distracted, indicative of how Nerval was in this stage of his life Truly, this is the story that is most interesting, not what is recorded, but the reason for his descent and the players within it To that end, the exemplary introduction and final ten pages sandwich an otherwise dense, unsatisfying read.

    12. C tait bien, sans plus Des aspects int ressants mais il n y a pas vraiment d histoire, c est surtout le r cit de ses d lires.

    13. courte promenade dans Paris avec Monsieur De Nerval comme guide, qui n h site pas vous raconter les souvenirs de son voyage en Orient, et ceux li s une certaine Aur lia

    14. impresiile unei ndelungate boli care s a desf urat pe de a ntregul n tainele spiritului meu i nici nu tiu de ce folosesc cuv ntul boal , c ci niciodat , ntruc t m prive te pe mine, nu m am sim it mai s n tos Aici a nceput pentru mine ceea ce voi numi rev rsarea visului n via a real ncep nd din acea clip , totul lua uneori o nf i are dubl i aceasta f r ca judecata s mi fi fost vreodat lipsit de logic , f r ca memoria s piard cel mai mic am nunt din cele ce mi se nt mplau Dac n a crede c menirea u [...]

    15. a faisait longtemps que je n avais pas lu quelque chose d aussi nul Je ne suis m me pas s re si j ai donn cette note un autre livre queFifty Shades of Grey pour des raisons totalement autres, videmment Tout est extraordinairement confus G rard de Nerval pr tend raconter dansAur lial histoire d une descente aux enfers Je peux vous faire un r sum en quelques lignes plus chouette que le livre G rard aime Aur lia au point de la d ifier Elle le friendzone Il rencontre une autre femme, s emballe et lu [...]

    16. Aurelia is the name Gerard de Nerval gives his muse, an unattainable love, likely based on a real actress he knew, who or less provides the framing device for this memoir about going insane and the blurring of dream and reality The memoir begins by quickly recounting his initial pursuit and loss of Aurelia and the later meeting with her that leads him to lose his grip on what is real and what is not What follows is a description of what life was like for him as he was trying to navigate the act [...]

    17. Romantisch curiosum het dromenboek van een getormenteerde ziel die door de straten van Parijs zwalpt op zoek naar de grens tussen de droom, slaap en de dood De slaap neemt een derde van ons leven in beslag Hij brengt troost voor de verdrietelijkheden van de dag of straf voor de genietingen maar ik heb de slaap nooit als rust ervaren Na een paar minuten van verdoving begint er een nieuw leven, los van de wetten van tijd en ruimte, zoals ons dat waarschijnlijk na de dood te wachten staat Wie weet [...]

    18. The books contains Aurelia , Sylvie , and extracts from Travels in the East , Les Illumin s , and Promenades et Souvenirs Translated by Richard Aldington, whose introduction to Aurelia and De Nerval is excellent With the exception of Aurelia, this book is a waste of time Aldington mentions that De nerval belonged to a group patronized by Theophile Gautier, no doubt a bad pupil whose most interesting detail is his wretched life, and death When you read Aurelia think that you are reading the work [...]

    19. Such lush fantasies and descriptions, some terrifying, others bearing insights of experience perhaps only madness or psychedelic drugs can bring As he says, it documents the time of when his dreams began to flow into his life In these visions he believes be finds reason to believe in reincarnation, that God is lost and powerless and only a sort of pantheistic representation of the sum of all beings all the way down to atoms, and that the life of dreams may be intimately related to the realm of p [...]

    20. Sous couvert d opiomanie, G rard de Nerval se permet d ext rioriser ses pens es absurdes justifi es par le r ve.Un beau galimatias sans aucun sens Le lecture affirm r pondra alors Mais c est ce que voulait faire de Nerval, exprimer d une forme la plus naturelle possible l panchement du sommeil sur la r alit Il n y a alors aucun int r t partager ses visions si celles ci ne sont qu absurdes.

    21. Une uvre trange baign e de folie, o le r ve est bien souvent cauchemar et o ce que l on poursuit s estompe de plus en plus jusqu disparaitre Tr s personnel et peut tre un peu g nant, ce texte aux multiples r f rences tonne et surprend chaque page R alit et fantasme s entrem lent pour un d lire final tout fait remarquable Une criture cathartique de la part d un esprit en mal de rep res Je ne peux que me r p ter trange et surprenant.

    22. This is Nerval s most famous work, and it is easy to see why The imagery is stunning, the scope is both enormous and microscopic, and the introspection is intense I had difficulty staying invested, though, possibly because of the story s audacity I am glad I read this story and have immense respect for it, but I enjoyed the understated Sylvie .

    23. Un manque d honn tet de l auteur qui cr e un d s quilibre avec le lecteur Je n accepte pas ma position d inf riorit face cet homme qui r ve en construisant des mythologies.

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