Via Katalin

Via Katalin

Magda Szabó Bruno Ventavoli / Feb 24, 2020

Via Katalin Perdere la giovinezza terribile non per ci che viene tolto ma per qualcosa che viene dato Non la saggezza n la serenit n la lucidit n la pace la consapevolezza che l insieme si dissolto scriv

  • Title: Via Katalin
  • Author: Magda Szabó Bruno Ventavoli
  • ISBN: 9788806199654
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Perdere la giovinezza terribile, non per ci che viene tolto, ma per qualcosa che viene dato Non la saggezza, n la serenit , n la lucidit , n la pace la consapevolezza che l insieme si dissolto , scrive Magda Szab Ed questa lenta dissoluzione che racconta, incrociando i destini di tre famiglie di Budapest i Biro, gli Held e gli Elekes che, prima della Perdere la giovinezza terribile, non per ci che viene tolto, ma per qualcosa che viene dato Non la saggezza, n la serenit , n la lucidit , n la pace la consapevolezza che l insieme si dissolto , scrive Magda Szab Ed questa lenta dissoluzione che racconta, incrociando i destini di tre famiglie di Budapest i Biro, gli Held e gli Elekes che, prima della guerra, abitano in case vicine in Via Katalin Le ragazze Elekes, Iren e Blanka, ed Henriette Held sono follemente innamorate di Balint Biro, ma ognuna di loro sa che Balint solo per Iren Il paradiso in cui credono di vivere si trasforma in inferno quando gli Held vengono deportati e la loro figlia Henriette, inizialmente nascosta dai Biro, viene uccisa da un soldato La tragedia per i sopravvissuti il preambolo di una lunga deriva in cui sfilano tutti i demoni dell Ungheria comunista del dopoguerra Come affrontare la vita in tali tormenti

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        Magda Szab was a Hungarian writer, arguably Hungary s foremost female novelist She also wrote dramas, essays, studies, memories and poetry.Born in Debrecen, Szab graduated at the University of Debrecen as a teacher of Latin and of Hungarian She started working as a teacher in a Calvinist all girl school in Debrecen and H dmez v s rhely Between 1945 and 1949 she was working in the Ministry of Religion and Education She married the writer and translator Tibor Szobotka in 1947.She began her writing career as a poet, publishing her first book B r ny Lamb in 1947, which was followed by Vissza az emberig Back to the Human in 1949 In 1949 she was awarded the Baumgarten Prize, which was for political reasons withdrawn from her on the very day it was given She was dismissed from the Ministry in the same year.During the establishment of Stalinist rule from 1949 to 1956, the government did not allow her works to be published Since her unemployed husband was also stigmatized by the communist regime, she was forced to teach in an elementary school during this period.Her first novel, Fresk Fresco , written in these years was published in 1958 and achieved overwhelming success among readers Her most widely read novel, Abig l Abigail , 1970 , is an adventure story about a schoolgirl boarding in eastern Hungary during the war.She received several prizes in Hungary, and her works have been published in 42 countries In 2003, she was the winner of the French literary prize Prix Femina tranger for the best foreign novel.Her novel Abig l was popularized through a much loved television series in 1978 Abig l was also chosen as the sixth most popular novel at the Hungarian version of Big Read Her three other novels that were in the top 100 are F r Elise, An Old Fashioned Story, and The Door.


    1. In everyone’s life there is only one person whose name can be cried out in the moment of death.Katalin Street is a strange little book. It’s easy at first to succumb to sentiments of “This is not as good as The Door” (or Iza’s Ballad, for that matter, which I happened to love even more). Admittedly, the first 30-40 pages were a bit confusing, as many reviewers said, and I wasn’t immediately captivated as I anticipated I might be; but the middle portion, oh, with Blanka’s exile and [...]

    2. Hungarian writer Magda Szabó is one of my favorites. Her book, Katalin Street, won the 2007 Prix Cévennes for Best European Novel, and it has just been published in the US.Katalin Street contains 3 houses across from the Danube River. In one house live the Major and his son, Bálint. In another house live the Elekes family: the headmaster and his wife, with their 2 daughters, Irén and Blanka. The last house belongs to the Helds: a Jewish dentist, his wife, and their daughter, Henriette. The s [...]

    3. Blighted lives. Szabó mercilessly explores the inner trauma inflicted by decades of war and dictatorship on Hungary's middle class. These are people who survived hardship. Or did they? Memories of the dead seem more vivid than the day-to-day reality of those still alive. Willful blindness, corrosive guilt, childlike helplessness, lying to oneself. The cowards carry on, whimpering; the strong are cut off from feeling. Over time, a clearer view of the past emerges. It is not consoling.We would be [...]

    4. Flashes of brilliance, but didn't come close to the polish of The Door. I had no idea what was going on for the first few chapters. My favorite parts were similar themes as other works, like how sometimes your greatest crimes are just thoughts, or the many different forms of how love can be expressed in a relationship. The depiction of nostalgia here is achingly familiar for anyone that has ever yearned for a time or place without being able to state what made it feel so right or natural.Marilyn [...]

    5. This is a wonderful novel but it is rather complicated, I get trough the first 50 pages having no idea of whom I was reading about, but then it goes easier and the story is unforgettably sad and astonishing. I am going to read other books by Magda Szabo, but not immediatlyQuesto romanzo é tanto bello quanto difficile, le prime 50 pagine non riuscivo a capire di chi si parlasse, dove si trovasse ed in che periodo, poi peró migliora e la storia é meravigliosamente triste. Credo che leggeró alt [...]

    6. This almost became a DNF for me. It was quite confusing for the first 40 pages or so, but thanks to some reviews, I continued on. I enjoyed this story and would definitely read more by this author. The story centers around three families living on Katalin Street and how attached they are to each other and to their street. The focus is on the four kids, three girls and the boy they seem to gravitate to. WWII is the backset to this story and when only one of the families survive along with the boy [...]

    7. Perché nell'animo di ciascuno di noi ci sono luoghi che continuano ad esistere anche quando non esistono più.Via Katalin è rinchiusa nel cuore di chi l'ha amata, è due assi di una staccionata inchiodate nel momento sbagliato, è lo scorrere del tempo circolare dove le vite proseguono anche se spezzate dalla guerra, è il sovrapporsi quieto di piccole gioie e di grandi dolori, di fantasmi e di creature reali, è il convivere malinconico di sogni spezzati, di vite spezzate, e di una primavera [...]

    8. For me, this book could have been a classic. The main thrust of the story is simple and sad and beautiful. But the way she messes with timeframes and ghosts around the edges of it detracts and confuses. I'm not saying the ghosts and time-jumping couldn't have been made to add to the basic story, but the way they've been done doesn't. I was actually about to give up about 10-15% of the way in because I had no idea what was going on or who half the people were. I'm really glad I didn't, because on [...]

    9. Via Katalin non è solo un luogo della memoria, appartenente a un periodo felice. È il luogo da cui tutto parte e a cui si ritorna con la mente quando si ha nostalgia di casa. Vita e morte, vivi e morti vi coesistono con la massima naturalezza, perché è una via senza tempo, un istante simile a quell'ora del giorno in cui convivono luce e buio e tutto sembra ancora possibile, perfino il futuro già scritto, e il passato non ha peso."La fine della giovinezza è terribile non tanto perché sottr [...]

    10. Recensione @ Chibiistheway Devo riordinare un po' i miei pensieri al riguardo perché questo libro mi ha stravolta.

    11. "Lo spazio era diviso in luoghi, il tempo in momenti, gli eventi in episodi, e gli abitanti di Via Katalin avevano infine capito che nelle loro intere vite soltanto un paio di luoghi, un paio di momenti e alcuni episodi contavano davvero. Il resto era stato un semplice riempitivo nelle loro fragili esistenze, come i trucioli che si versano nelle casse prima di un lungo viaggio per impedire al contenuto di rompersi."Via Katalin è il primo libro che leggo di Magda Szabò, una tra le autrice unghe [...]

    12. When I heard that the English translation of Szabo's 1968 Hungarian novel was to be translated in English I couldn't wait for a chance to read it. Having read The Door, which I fell in love with, I was looking forward to blasts of brilliance. Katalin Street had the promise but the style and structure fell short for me.The list of characters introduced in the beginning was confusing as one couldn't figure out the relationship between them. A ghost like creature was interjected as well but I could [...]

    13. "Szabó, who died in 2007, was a Hungarian author whose work examined the intersections of fascism, betrayal, family, and love, among other topics. Her prose is a powerful reminder of just how resonant the relationship between language and memory can be, especially when entangled within the matrices of families and communities living under the shadow of fascism." - Andrew MartinoThis book was reviewed in the Nov/Dec 2017 issue of World Literature Today magazine. Read the full review by visiting [...]

    14. Je dois avouer que j'ai eu du mal avec ce roman. J'ai été déroutée avec la narration, en partie parce que j'ignorais beaucoup de choses sur l'histoire de la Hongrie. Mais aussi, je dois bien dire qu'une partie m'a échappé, je ne pense pas avoir saisi où la romancière voulait en venir.

    15. I SOMMERSI E I SALVATI Trovo sempre molto difficile parlare della scrittura di Magda Szabò, perché se da un lato si tratta di una delle mie scrittrici preferite, e quindi vorrei parlarne per ore e ore, elencando in una sorta di flusso di coscienza disordinato tutte quelle cose a cui le sue parole hanno il potere di farmi pensare, dall'altro mi rendo anche conto che il mio rapporto con la sua scrittura è piuttosto viscerale e intimistico, per cui gran parte di quello che avrei da dire parlereb [...]

    16. Though grueling and relentless, this novel is utterly gripping, like Szabó's other work. Unlike Iza's Ballad and The Door, this novels deals directly with the Second World War, and the impact of the Soviet regime. Katalin Street is the home of three middle-class families, who, before the war, live in comfortable houses and embrace a stable and prosperous life. Told in short snapshots covering the years 1934 - 64, Szabó shows us how radically their lives change, and how the surviving people fro [...]

    17. Vivir anclado al pasado, alimentarse de recuerdos y deseos insatisfechos, resignarse a lo que no pudo ser y arrastrar a otros en el proceso. Nostalgia, dolorvos y muertos que se aferran a un mundo hecho de retazos de la memoria. Un libro lindísimo y conmovedor.

    18. Moving back and forth across more than three decades, it tells the powerful story of Hungarian middle-class families before and after The Second World War. The writing is brilliant, recalling in unsentimental prose, events viewed from a position of nostalgia by those unable to free themselves of their past. The opening section of the book is rather slow, but worth sticking with – the middle section of the book quite extraordinary, beautifully written.“In everyone’s life there is only one p [...]

    19. Via Katalin è un libro particolare, nostalgico, incentrato sulle vicende umane di tre famiglie in un arco temporale che va dal 1934 alla fine degli anni Sessanta.Irén, Blanka, Bálint, Henriette sono personaggi bloccati nel loro passato, nei ricordi di quando erano bambini, di Via Katalin, di quando erano felici. Prima della guerra e soprattutto prima della scomparsa di Henriette. La loro incapacità di andare avanti e superare non solo il trauma della guerra ma anche quello del lutto mostra c [...]

    20. Beautiful and powerful. I think I read it too quickly to fully appreciate it, so I'm going to take a breather and go back in for a reread.

    21. Novels about survivors of WWII usually offer some measure of hope. Not to be trite about WWII novels, but the characters, though wounded, typically emerge from occupation (or imprisonment, loss, terror) deeply altered but with a fresh purpose, lessons learned, or wisdom to impart. Anyone familiar with Magda Szabó should know better than to expect something this tidy from Katalin Street, her novel about three families who live side by side on the titular utca and whose lives are torn apart by WW [...]

    22. Saw a favorable review of this somewhere online and picked it up. Wasn't really prepared for how devastating this was, though a novel about 3 middle class families going through ww2 and the hungarian invasion by the ussr never really screamed "feel good book of the year."this is a very short read but i could only read it in chunks. the devastation wrought on people by other people is just depressing. there is no escape.

    23. One is reminded of Faulkner’s words in reading Magda Szabo’s elegant novel, KATALIN STREET. “The past is never dead. It's not even past.” This is the story of three families—more specifically four children—living in adjacent houses in Budapest. Irén and Blanka Elekes, Bálint Temes, and Henriette Held have comfortable lives on Katalin Street in an affluent section of pre-war Budapest. Using shifting time frames and perspectives, along with the masterful exploitation of foreshadowing [...]

    24. Durante l’anno della mia maturità fra le tracce dei temi ce n’era una che chiedeva di parlare dei luoghi dell’anima. Era un bellissimo titolo, ma io da brava ragazza barbosa avevo scelto il barbosissimo saggio. Ecco, “Via Katalin” sembra la declinazione in romanzo di quel tema, e come sarei stata in grado di dire la mia se avessi conosciuto Magda in quegli anni!Per Via Katalin passano la crescita, i giochi, le discussioni, le gioie dei quattro protagonisti, ma anche la guerra e la tra [...]

    25. "Ormai sapevano che la differenza tra i morti e i vivi è solo qualitativa, non conta granché, e sapevano anche che a ciascuno tocca un solo essere umano da invocare nell'istante della morte"

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