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Silk When an epidemic threatens to destroy the silk trade in France the young merchant Herve Joncour leaves his doting wife and his comfortable home in the small town of Lavilledieu and travels across Sib

  • Title: Silk
  • Author: Alessandro Baricco دل‌آرا قهرمان
  • ISBN: 9780375703829
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback
  • When an epidemic threatens to destroy the silk trade in France, the young merchant Herve Joncour leaves his doting wife and his comfortable home in the small town of Lavilledieu and travels across Siberia to the other end of the world, to Japan, to obtain eggs for a fresh breeding of silk worms It is the 1860s Japan is closed to foreigners and this has to be a clandestinWhen an epidemic threatens to destroy the silk trade in France, the young merchant Herve Joncour leaves his doting wife and his comfortable home in the small town of Lavilledieu and travels across Siberia to the other end of the world, to Japan, to obtain eggs for a fresh breeding of silk worms It is the 1860s Japan is closed to foreigners and this has to be a clandestine operation During his undercover negotiations with the local baron, Joncour s attention is arrested by the man s concubine, a girl who does not have Oriental eyes Although the young Frenchman and the girl are unable to exchange so much as a word, love blossoms between them, conveyed by a number of recondite messages in the course of four visits the Frenchman pays to Japan How their secret affair develops and how it unfolds is told in a narration as beautiful, smooth and seamless as a piece of the finest silk.

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      • Alessandro Baricco دل‌آرا قهرمان

        Alessandro Baricco is a popular Italian writer, director and performer His novels have been translated into a wide number of languages, and include Lands of Glass, Silk, Ocean Sea, City, and Without Blood His theatrical monologue, Novecento, was adapted into film, titled The Legend of 1900.He currently lives in Rome with his wife and two sons.


    1. This is another form of love story, one written in almost poetic form. It was a major world-wide bestseller years ago -- millions of copies -- and if you haven't had the chance to read it, you should do yourself a favor. It's short and poignant and beautiful, in every way.

    2. ‎‏ ‏ أن تموت شوقًا إلى شئ لن تجربه أبدا‎‏دع أناملك تنزلق على خيوط الحريردع مشاعرك تنساب نعومة لتختلط بمشاق الحياةفتخففها حيناوتبرزها حيناولا تنسهذا الحرير أدمى قلوب يرقات صغيراتكدّت وتعبت كي تتمتع أنت بهذا الملمسوهذا الشعورإنه نزيفهن وذروة كفاحهنذلك الكفاح الذي لا يجن [...]

    3. I never imagined I would like a book where the main character makes a living by buying silkworms. But I did. In fact, I not only liked it, I loved it. SILK is easily one of the top ten books I have read in the past eighteen months or so. It has a sparse writing style, and passages are repeated almost verbatim in no less than three different spots. The characters are there, fully realized, but at the same time, each character is a mystery or a ghost without definite shape. The prose is smooth, dr [...]

    4. This read was a nice break after reading long books. Silk reads like a gauzy flowing breeze. An almost fairy tale with the exotic as background and with travel and some suspense as some of its most palpable elements, it is a not an easy book to put down, precisely because it is so easy to read. The next short chapter with big print draws you immediately in until you suddenly reach the end. As a tale it also has an element of the oral tradition, with periodic repetitions to help its audience reme [...]

    5. « Dicevano che era un truffatore. Dicevano che era un santo. Qualcuno diceva: ha qualcosa addosso, come una specie di infelicità. »Ordine, prego! Silenzio in aula. Silenzio, prego (due colpi col martelletto). La Corte di Giustizia si riunisce oggi per decretare l’assoluzione o la condanna a pena da stabilirsi per il signor Baricco Alessandro, classe 1958. Tra i capi d’accusa imputati al signor Baricco, ricordiamo: “faciloneria”, “faccia da ruffiano”, “spocchia”, “ammiccament [...]

    6. Very briefly: After seeing the unfortunate, movie tie-in edition’s cover, I had an Oh-No! It’s a Romance moment. So I read, disregarding the cover, defiantly at times. And I read. Read more. And all of the sudden, the airiness of the text, the nice use of iteration and variation, and as much as I hate to say, the plot, began working in my favor. Quotes won’t really do for this one, at least not quotes of the sort I like to liberate. It’s the absence of text, the lightest hint of language [...]

    7. I have a tendency to picking updoom and gloombooks . But not this time , not this time .Silkevoked images of distant Japan and the girl whicheyes did not have an oriental slant; elicited thoughts about things that couldn't happen and made me ponder over pain of longing and power of patience . Beguiled me with its ephemeral beauty and deceptive simplicity and I’m not even sure what it was . Was it a fable with its repetitive phrases and unreal aura ? Was it a parable of human life with all its [...]

    8. "I never even heard her voice."And after a while:"It is a strange grief."Softly:"To die of nostalgia for something you will never live."I finished this in a matter of hours. My advice on this book would be: do not let that, nor its slim size, nor the whispering, simple voice that it adopts, fool you into thinking that it is insubstantial in any way. The end got to me even after my short acquaintance with the book. At times, it may feel as if you don't understand the significance of each passing [...]

    9. It was 1861. Flaubert was writing Salammbo, electric light was still a hypothesis and Abraham Lincoln, on the other side of the ocean, was fighting a war whose end he would not see.Herve Joncour was thirty-two years old.He bought and sold.Silkworms Whimsical, ethereal, like air between your fingers, shimmering light reflected in the still waters of a lake at the end of the world, the flight path of a blue crane across a cloudless sky :Silk I don't want to write a long review, scrutinizing the pl [...]

    10. A tale, but not a tale. A novel, but not a novel. A sad story, but not a sad story. A love story, but not a love story. Silk is everything summed up in a few lines. A masterpiece.

    11. Magnífico, espectacular, sublime.Como el tacto de la seda, esta novela está relatada con una sutileza y una sensualidad que encandilan al lector desde las primeras líneas.Suave, a ritmo acompasado, con delicadeza pero con soltura, vamos conociendo la historia de nuestro protagonista, Hervé Joncour.Corría el año 1861 […]Hervé Joncour tenía treinta y dos años.Compraba y vendía.Gusanos de seda.Y cuanto más nos vamos adentrando en la historia más aspectos de su vida conocemos.Lavilledi [...]

    12. 3.5* I read this in almost one seating while waiting at the hairdresser. A much better choice than the gossip magazines that were scattered around the place. I enjoyed the book but I have a problem with short novels/novellas. I cannot seem to be able to be as moved by shorter stories as by bigger volumes. There are only a few exceptions: Animal Farm, Slaughterhouse 5. I remember that at one point in my life I was only reading books over 500 pages. I prefer them because you have time to know bett [...]

    13. Una historia melancólica, triste, sutil, evocadora. Se lee de una sentada pero deja un buen poso tras de sí

    14. Soie = Seta = Silk, Alessandro BariccoSilk (Italian: Seta) is a 1996 novel by the Italian writer Alessandro Baricco. It was translated into English in 1997 by Guido Waldman. A new English translation by Ann Goldstein was published in 2006. The novel tells the story of a French silkworm merchant-turned-smuggler named Hervé Joncour in 19th century France who travels to Japan for his town's supply of silkworms after a disease wipes out their African supply. His first trip to Japan takes place in t [...]

    15. "He wasn't much cut out for serious conversations. And a goodbye is a serious conversation."OK, for 125 pages I'm reading this thinking, "three stars, nice little story, fast read; wish more novelists could tell a sweeping romantic adventure tale with such dispatch. Vivid, enjoyable, and even educational, but no great shakes."And then I get to the end, and realize the power of the wife's desire. What she does. How he realizes what she did, and how she had felt. How she knew about his inner life, [...]

    16. Although his father had pictured for him a brilliant future in the army, Hervé Joncour had ended up earning his crust in an unusual career which, by a singular piece of irony, was not unconnected with a charming side that bestowed on it a vaguely feminine intonation.Hervé Joncour bought and sold silkworms for a living. The year was 1861. Flaubert was writing Salammbo, electric light remained hypothetical, and Abraham Lincoln, beyond the Ocean, was fighting a war of which he was not to see the [...]

    17. Credo ormai di aver compreso che Baricco sia uno di quegli scrittori privi di vie di mezzo, per quanto riguarda il loro rapporto con il lettore: o piace, o non piace. E credo anche di aver capito che io rientro decisamente nella prima categoria.Come per gli altri scritti, è difficile per me scrivere una recensione di Seta. Ciò che i libri di Baricco mi lasciano è qualcosa di indefinito e informe, e che tuttavia è in grado di rimanere nel mio cuore per sempre. È come se la narrazione avvenis [...]

    18. Prestito di una prestigiosa docente universitaria l'ho letto con religiosa attenzione. E una volta finito mi sono chiesta se sono cretina io o Baricco è sopravvalutato. C'era bisogno di scrivere un libro incentrato sul manierismo geishizzante e sullo stupor occidentale davanti ai topoi della femminilità giapponese? Bastava un articolo di fondo se proprio se ne sentiva l'urgenza di parlarne.

    19. قراءة هذه الرواية تشبه تمرير راحة اليد على قطعة قماش من الحرير؛ سينتابك شعور لذيذ وأناملك تنزلق على خيوط الحرير، سرعان ما سيختفي عندما تصل سريًعا، وبسبب النعومة الفائقة للحرير ، إلى نهاية القطعة!

    20. A great example of how much can be achieved in a spare novella. This is only about 100 pages, with not all that many words on each page, yet Baricco covers 35 years and a whole range of experiences and emotional states. The main action is set between 1861 and 1874, as French merchant Hervé Joncour makes four journeys to and from Japan to acquire silkworms. “This place, Japan, where precisely is it?” he asked before his first trip. “Just keep going. Right to the end of the world,” Baldab [...]

    21. Novela muy, muy breve, aquilatada al máximo, de gran profundidad, con muchos hilos abiertos estupenda y con un gran recorrido. Más que leerla, la he bebido.¡Qué triste es descubrir el amor después de haberlo perdido!

    22. I found myself totally captivated by this odd yet hauntingly beautiful story of love. This short little book fills its pages with so much mystery, suspense and love that I found myself wanting to read it again and again, gaining more from it with each reading, yet never quite knowing it completely, never quite finding answers to my many questions, but able to accept that. I loved the author's use of repetition as emphasis as well as his sparse style of writing with prose that smoothly moves the [...]

    23. Un haiku occidental în proză, puțin peste o sută de pagini. Un poem epic de o muzicalitate desăvârșită, despre real si imaginar, sub pretextul unei diafane povești de dragoste franco-japoneze, în care protagonistul se îndrăgostește (ori cel puțin așa crede) de un soi de nălucă, de o fata morgana orientală, a cărei existență care se va dovedi a fi, în cele din urmă, incertă. O poveste simplă și totuși foarte concentrată, plină de mesaje subtile despre lucrurile pe car [...]

    24. "E' uno strano dolore, morire di nostalgia per qualcosa che non vivrai mai."Prima di questo ho letto Oceano mare, libro che, devo ammettere, non ho apprezzato più tanto. E inizio a pensare che il problema sia mio. Dopo Seta, continuo imperterrita a non capire Baricco. Lettura piacevole, per carità, ma non ti lascia nulla. Dicono che nei libri di Baricco non si deve prestare attenzione alla storia, ma a ciò che la storia vuole comunicare. Come la mettiamo se la storia non comunica niente? Ti s [...]

    25. The minute strands of silk weave themselves amongst our lives, betwixt day and night.We ache and breathe endlessly, yearning for that love, that love, that tempest of emotions that we cannot fathom nor control within ourselves.Those words that are etched on paper are not always what they seem from whom they seem.That same heart that grasped what he thought he felt, has been mistaken; an unspoken misery has befell this man with the demise of what he really wanted.All She wanted was to be loved.

    26. Segundo o autor, este livro não é um romance, nem um conto; é uma história; mas não é uma história comum, acrescento eu. Deve lêr-se como uma história de encantar, um conto das mil e uma noites, sem racionalizar ou tentar encontrar razoabilidade nas personagens e na ação. Sendo assim temos uma escrita leve e macia como a seda e uma história que fala de desejos, de sonhos e de amores - dolorosos, impossíveis e às vezes vividos intensamente.

    27. This was the best book I've read in my entire life. It's only 60 paragraphs but it talked to me on so many levels.Phenomenal writing and phenomenal work.And just sixty paragraphs. Damn.

    28. Seda leva o leitor à França do século XIX, onde na localidade de Lavilledieu Hervé Joucour se dedica à sericultura. No início do livro, os bichos-da-seda padecem de um mal e Hervé vê-se na necessidade de se deslocar ao Japão, à época bastante adverso a visitantes estrangeiros, para adquirir novos animais para criação. Nessas viagens, que se repetem ao longo de vários anos, Hervé fica fascinado com uma das concubinas do japonês com quem negoceia, numa relação que se desenvolve d [...]

    29. What I liked most about this book is its story telling approach: direct, brief, concise without sacrificing the plot. It is as if you are reading a tragic love story that is told almost like a telegram. Okay, it is a bit exaggerated considering that this was originally written in Italian and published in 1958 but was translated into English in 1997. Which means that they could be somehow something that got lost in translation. I know a little of Italian, having finished my Basic Italian course l [...]

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