The Flanders Road

The Flanders Road

Claude Simon Richard Howard JohnFletcher / Aug 22, 2019

The Flanders Road During the German advance through Belgium into France in which led to the fall of France Captain de Reixach is shot dead by a sniper Three of his dragoons involved with him in different capaci

  • Title: The Flanders Road
  • Author: Claude Simon Richard Howard JohnFletcher
  • ISBN: 9780714539942
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • During the German advance through Belgium into France in 1940, which led to the fall of France, Captain de Reixach is shot dead by a sniper Three of his dragoons, involved with him in different capacities, remember him and help the reader piece together the realities behind the man and his death.One was a distant relative, one his orderly, and the third who had been a jocDuring the German advance through Belgium into France in 1940, which led to the fall of France, Captain de Reixach is shot dead by a sniper Three of his dragoons, involved with him in different capacities, remember him and help the reader piece together the realities behind the man and his death.One was a distant relative, one his orderly, and the third who had been a jockey in his stable before the war, had also been his wife s secret lover.

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      • Claude Simon Richard Howard JohnFletcher

        Awarded 1985 Nobel Prize in Literature, for being an author who in his novel combines the poet s and the painter s creativeness with a deepened awareness of time in the depiction of the human condition.


    1. Bailing out of this one at p82. Oneworld Classics is almost as impressive as Dalkey in bringing esoteric out-of-print novels back into the world. Have a gander at their catalogue if such a thing impresses you. I put the link up. Be grateful, punk. The Flanders Road is an important novel of the nouveau roman movement: Mr. Simon uses an atemporal third-person narrative voice, narrating war horrors in a nightmarish stream-of-thought style, popular among Beckett and late-period modernists. For the c [...]

    2. جاده فلاندر یکی از عجیب ترین رمان هاییست که تابه حال با آن روبرو شده ام.اثری که ساخت مایه ی آن به یک نقش مینیاتور پرنقش و نگار می ماند.چشمان راوی تیزبین تصاویر را دنبال می کند(گاه یک تصویر و چند تصویر در کنار هم امتداد پیدا می کند)همین همزمانی ست کهباعث شده جاده فلاندر از بسیاری [...]

    3. Claude Simon’s style reads like a combination of Faulkner and Proust; the never-ending shift of perspectives and time, the never-ending paragraphs and sentences, ‘The Flanders Road’ is as disorientating as it is beautiful, yet at times the disjointed nature of the prose and story, which is merely Simon’s interpretation of time via his unique narrative style, takes away from the poetic prose style and psychologically harrowing recollection of the brutality of war-Simon’s prose is almost [...]

    4. I got this off Wiki about the author: Extreme use of long sentences (often stretching across many pages and with parentheses sometimes interrupting a clause which is only completed pages later) is reminiscent of Proust. Simon was also majorly influenced by Faulkner in that he extensively uses a fractured timeline with frequent and disorienting moments of chronological discontinuity. There is also acute use of free indirect speech in which narrative voices (often unidentified) and streams of cons [...]

    5. A true masterpiece, "The Flanders Road" was a big surprise to me, since it was fairly the first nouveau roman I read. Some friends of mine had already read it, and their compliments motivated me to read it too; but they had also advised me to read it when I have enough concentrated time to put on, like, for example, reading it in no more than five sittings in some consecutive days. When I found the right time for reading it after some 2 years, I found this advice very precious and rewarding."The [...]

    6. کلود سیمون واقعیت را می بیند , به خاطر می سپارد , و همان گونه که به خاطر می آورد ( نه آن گونه که دیده است ) بیان می کند . یعنی درست همان گونه که همه ی ما ماجراها را نقل می کنیم جز آن که نویسنده در هنگام دیدن از دقت بیشتر , در هنگام به خاطر آوردن از حافظه بهتر و در همگام نوشتن از واژه ها [...]

    7. לא שום דבר מסודר, עקבי, לא מילים, לא דיבורי הכנה, לא הצהרות, אף לא פרשנויות נרחבות, רק זאת: כמה תמונות אילמות בקושי נעות, נראות מרחוק -- עמוד 31ושוב פסקאות עמוסות, צפופות, בקושי נגמרות; ושוב מחסור מכוון, מהתל, קמצני בסימני פיסוק; ושוב מעברים חדים, פתאומיים בין סצנות, מקומות וזמנים, ב [...]

    8. مانند عمارتي متروك و مخروبه، كه به دست ناساز و بي‌قيد و بي‌تميز و ويران‌گر زمان رها شده باشد

    9. Viešnamis „Mano Smegenys“, aptarnaujantis visų amžiaus grupių – nuo vienerių iki devyniasdešimt devynerių – vyrus ir moteris, sulaukė trijų lankytojų ant arklių, žiū, visi Flandrijos keliu beėję. „Užeikite, sveteliai, prašau, kiekvienas užkampis čia jūsų!” Ir ėmė tratinti kiekvieną pakampį, viską, kas juda, o kas nejuda – išjudino.Skaitant Claude Simon „Flandrijos kelią“, jausmas buvo toks, lyg smegenų tyrė paversta masinio naudojimo šliundra. Tek [...]

    10. Potentially an interesting intriguing intelligent subject about a death in May 1940 but the subject is lost behind a hard impossible confusing to read bundle conglomeration bunch of words that lack helpful necessary parts like interpunction commas and dots and the occasional blank line the writer wants to do interesting but fails to be interesting (literary critics do not agree as he has won the Nobel prize for literature oh yes there are parentheses too (ain't those fun)) where am I going with [...]

    11. A masterpiece from the greatest of the nouveau roman novelists. You almost experience the book more than merely read it, so adept is Simon at conveying mental and sensual experience. He looks at only a few episodes from different POVs, each POV giving rise to a slightly different style, like Raymond Queneau's Exercises in Style meets the funeral procession in Joyce's Ulysses. His aim is to put you in the heads of his characters as they experience and remember the events in question, all circling [...]

    12. Not my cup of tea. I don't mind run-on sentences as long as they're coherent, in fact I love Faulkner's, but these ran on for pages and meandered so much that I lost track of what he was talking about. This was my second Simon book and will be my last.

    13. J'ai mis longtemps à finir La route des Flandres ; je n'ai pas aimé le lire, mais j'adore l'avoir lu ! Il est très frustrant pour moi de ne pas être arrivé à l'apprécier plus, et à m'y investir plus, alors que ce roman est un des plus remarquables que j'ai lu. Il n'y a pas vraiment d'intrigue (George revit, dans le désordre, ses souvenirs de guerre ; obsédé par la mort faussement accidentelle de son cousin éloigné, le capitaine de Reixach, il ressasse les conditions qui l'ont mené [...]

    14. უძლიერესი ნაწარმოებია. თხრობა ქაოსური, ფრაგმენტულია ისევე, როგორც ომი. ერთმანეთში გადადის ორი დრო აწმყო და წარსული, უფრო სწორად წარსულია შეჭრილი აწმყოში. არ არსებობს მომავალი, ეს ომის ბრალ [...]

    15. I struggled through the first chapter - 78 pages.For me this is unreadable, and I gave up here.Lack of punctuation, lack of paragraphs and even formatting just make this unbearable. So much over complicating of each sentence for absolutely no good reason that I can ascertain, and the ludicrous long sentences.Maybe in 10 years I will try again, but for now, this books holds the glory of being the only book on my DNF shelf.

    16. Je ne conteste pas l'originalité, les qualités d'écrivain, la recherche et l'inventivité de l'auteur, mais je n'ai pas adhéré au livre. Un style très pesant que j'ai ressenti parfois comme pompeux, une navigation pénible entre discussions, souvenirs, souvenirs de discussions, discussion sur des souvenirs, fantasmes et réalité. J'étais curieux de l'œuvre du prix Nobel Claude Simon (un cadeau), mais ce n'est pas pour moi, trop expérimental ?

    17. Inspired in linguistic shape and literary language by Marcel Proust, this could possibly be the most brilliant novel of the 20th century. A difficult read - first sentence takes up a page and a half without a single technical mistake such as falling into a run-on sentence - but pays off in its self-conscious meta-textual explanation of how narrative functions.

    18. I am aware of the nouvelle roman movement. I, however, found this book to be to disoriented for my taste. I am also aware that that may well be the point, that he is trying to make sense of a senseless event, but it simply wasn't to my taste.

    19. Did I enjoy reading it? I have to be honest and say not really. But, on the other hand, I don’t regret reading it at all.

    20. In deed, I cannot understand many of the meanings in the book,but books are like people, he maybe deep and inaccessible,as well as great.

    21. Ce livre aura eu le mérite de me confirmer que le Nouveau Roman, ce n'était définitivement pas pour moi. J'aime trop la ponctuation, je pense.

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