All about Acidente – Aksidenti (Em Portugues do Brasil) by Ismail Kadare. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Aksidenti: roman. Front Cover. Ismail Kadare. Onufri, – pages Bibliographic information. QR code for Aksidenti. The novel in question is, of course, Broken April by Ismail Kadaré who has City (Darka e Gabuar: ), and The Accident (Aksidenti: ).
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This page was last edited on 5 Decemberat I had to flip back several times to remember things and put things together, but rather than being a nuisance or distracting, it became charming – as though I, too, were involved in this elaborate investigation and as if I might be the one who ultimately sees the truth.
The two main characters – Besfort and Rovena – could ismaail represent a nation or region, and one could read into their relationship the relationship between these two areas. Ismail Kadare’s The Accident is a brief novel that explores, sometimes obliquely, the ways stories are told, how relationships develop and shift over time, and the life of Albanians following the collapse of Communism.
Acidente – Aksidenti (Em Portugues do Brasil)
On the flight home, I had my tray table down and my journal out as I was making notes on the text. Not your usual carcrash lit.
The writer is the natural enemy of dictatorship”. Desha te them, nje bukuri qe te kepuste ne mes, sic i thone fjales.
It was this sound, louder than any earthquake, that divided past from present. Key players in the mystery are often less than willing in the investigation, which turns into something ismaol involving political scandal.
But if this novel serves as an allegory, that strips away the emotional resonance. In English, his works have been translated by David Bellos. I would say it is more a mystery.
News reports endlessly and tirelessly interpret and cover events in a myriad of ways from all kinds of different perspectives. But when people ask me what I want to write about, I’ve given the same response for decades: I really enjoy Kadare’s books even though they mystify me. Booker winner Ismail Kadare’s art of enigma”. Jul 19, Adam rated it liked it Shelves: Yet, I have always believed and fight still to believe in beauty, nat Some people feel the rain, others just get wet.
By the end, I’m not entirely sure his purpose. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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These frustrations, though, are coupled with moments of intense beauty. He focused on poetry until the publication of his first novel [ not verified in body ]The General of the Dead Armywhich made him famous outside of Albania.
I found this book confusing and, at times, difficult to follow. Apr 08, Vonia rated it it was ok Shelves: Kadare has been mentioned as a possible recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature several times. Inframmezzati alla storia di Bessfort e Rovena ci sono numerosi riferimenti alla storia albanese ed europa, dalla dittatura di Hoxha, al difficile passaggio alla democrazia, fino alla guerra del Kosovo The Pyramid was set in Egypt in the 26th century BC and after.
Trivia About The Accident. The isail was not received well by the critics in Albania at the time. Nov 12, Donald rated it it was ok. They are obliquely ironic as a result of trying to withstand political scrutiny. There are depths to which every relationship is unknown and remains unknowable, or appears differently to each person, as Kadare suggests via the very structure of the novel, in which certain sections are acknowledged to be entirely imagined.
Kkadare people feel the rain, others just get wet. This book held my breath because of, and not despite of, its more traditional subject matter. Kadare clearly has something in mind as he makes the choices he does in this novel, but I think for most readers these choices will be alienating and make this a less compelling read, as they did for me. May 20, Lia rated it it was ok Shelves: Everything that had once been impossible had suddenly become real, such as his invitation over dinner, a week after they had met, to a three-day conference in a Central European city.
Even if you read it merely as a ‘love story’, glossing over the allegory, it still is as enthralling an excavation as any other Kadare novel.