Stemmen van Marrakesch, kanttekeningen bij een reis

Stemmen van Marrakesch kanttekeningen bij een reis n verbleef de filosoof en schrijver Elias Canetti samen met een filmploeg in Marrakesch Terwijl zijn reisgenoten aan hun film werkten zwierf hij door de Arabische en Joodse stadswijken De stemme

  • Title: Stemmen van Marrakesch, kanttekeningen bij een reis
  • Author: Elias Canetti Theo Duquesnoy
  • ISBN: 9060128389
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • n 1954 verbleef de filosoof en schrijver Elias Canetti samen met een filmploeg in Marrakesch Terwijl zijn reisgenoten aan hun film werkten, zwierf hij door de Arabische en Joodse stadswijken De stemmen, geuren, taferelen en beelden die hij daarbij opving, beschreef hij later in Stemmen van Marrakesch In fijnzinnige impressies portretteert Canetti de kleurrijke en beslotn 1954 verbleef de filosoof en schrijver Elias Canetti samen met een filmploeg in Marrakesch Terwijl zijn reisgenoten aan hun film werkten, zwierf hij door de Arabische en Joodse stadswijken De stemmen, geuren, taferelen en beelden die hij daarbij opving, beschreef hij later in Stemmen van Marrakesch In fijnzinnige impressies portretteert Canetti de kleurrijke en besloten wereld van deze Marokkaanse stad.

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    1. Elias Canetti Theo Duquesnoy

      Awarded the 1981 Nobel Prize in Literature for writings marked by a broad outlook, a wealth of ideas and artistic power He studied in Vienna Before World War II he moved with his wife Veza to England and stayed there for long time Since late 1960s he lived in London and Zurich In late 1980s he started to live in Zurich permanently He died in 1994 in Zurich Author of Auto da F , Party in the Blitz, Crowds and Power, and The Voices of Marrakesh A Record of a Visit

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    1. [This book has been translated into English as The Voices of Marrakesh.]In Die Stimmen von Marrakesch (1967) Elias Canetti (1905-1994) takes us into the bazaars and alleyways of Marrakesh with his typically quiet and intensely observant manner. Visiting Marrakesh for the first time, he has deliberately made no preparations to learn about the city and its inhabitants. He wants to experience it all with as much innocence as is possible for an elderly man of the world. That isn't the way I travel, [...]


    2. تاريخ القراءة الأصلي : بداية الألفية.في بعض الآحيان تخرج جائزة نوبل عن التزامها الجامد بتتويج فائز ينتمي حصرا لجنس أدبي معين. ولا شك أن إلياس كانيتي هو من العقول والأقلام الموسوعية التي تستحق التكريم والاحتفاء. ما الذي قدمه كانيتي؟ عدى عن كتابه الفكري المهم "الجماهير والسلطة [...]


    3. Canetti ve Kamuran Şipal çevirisi Başka sözüm yok hakim bey desem yeter belki ama tanımayan okur için bir iki kelam edelim.Öncelikle eseri cem yayınevinin 1987 basımından okudum. Bu baskı üç bölümden oluşuyor. 1. Bölümde Canetti Fas'da geçirdiği günlerden geriye kalanları öykü- anı- denemenin iç içe geçtiği bir üslupla anlatıyor. Bu bölüme dair Canetti'ye duyduğum sevgiden kaynaklı oryantalizm kaygım vardı ki hikayeler( develer, kör dilenciler, allah allah [...]


    4. رحلة الياس كانيتي الكاتب الألماني من أصل بلغاري في المغرب هي رحلة تأملات وأصوات كثيرة عبرها السارد مشدوها بتلك الحكايات والأسرارالغريبة , التي تختفي خلف جدران وساحات تجري فيها العيون المتلصصة والأصابع الصغيرة , على الرغم من الكثير من المشاهد التي سارت بكانيتي والتي قد تثير [...]


    5. علاقةُ إلياسِ كانيتي بمراكشَ ليستْ علاقةَ سائحٍ عابرٍ وإنَّما علاقةٌ غريبةٌ مشوبةٌ بحزمةٍ من العواطفِ، ومعرفةِ المجهولِ واكتشافِ عاداتِ الناسِ وحياتِهم الداخليةِ؛ لذا فنصوصُه هنا لم تكنْ نصوصًا عاديةً بلْ مبهرةً، فأنا الذي لم أزرْ مراكشَ نقَلَني إليْها، نقَلَني إلى : أسو [...]


    6. I hesitated about whether to describe this as a book of essays or short stories. Canetti certainly presents them as realistic sketches, but I cannot help but feel that they were also shaped into little stories by the author. Mind you, if all of the details were just as he experienced them, it makes the book even more fascinating! Canetti starts off in an amusing way, with a story about three unfortunate encounters with camels. Some of my favourite lines in the collection were in this essay. The [...]



    7. Nel 1954 Canetti prende una pausa dalla stesura del saggio "Massa e potere" e si reca in Marocco con amici che fanno parte di una troupe cinematografica."Quando si viaggia si prende tutto come viene, lo sdegno rimane a casa. Si osserva, si ascolta, ci si entusiasma per le cose più atroci perchè sono nuove"E' con questo spirito che Canetti visita la città di Marrakech e, tornato a casa, sente l'urgenza di fermare su carta i ricordi, di giocare con le parole per riprodurre suoni: ne esce fuori [...]


    8. Il s'agit d'un livre sur le rythme de vie d'une des plus importantes villes du monde arabe, de Marrakech au Maroc. Elias Canetti fait revivre devant nos yeux les sons de la place centrale de Marrakech, Djema el-Fna (ou Jamaa el Fna), les cris des muezzins depuis le haut des minarets, les conversations des vendeurs de rue, les stéréotypes coloniaux européens… Tous les sons de cette ville particulière, surnomée la Perle du Sud, se réunissent dans le son du Monde qui nous n'est que trop peu [...]


    9. Canetti'nin Fas yolculuğundan izlenimleri. Yahudi mahallesi Mellah'ı ziyareti, evlerin içini çok merak ettiği için rastgele tanıştığı Dahan ailesiyle yaşadıkları ilginçti.


    10. Δεύτερο non-fiction βιβλίο που διαβάζω στην σειρά, αυτή την φορά από τον Νομπελίστα συγγραφέα Ελίας Κανέτι. Πρώτη μου επαφή με το έργο του Κανέτι, δεν μπορώ να πω ότι ενθουσιάστηκα, η αλήθεια είναι ότι μου φάνηκε ένα απλώς συμπαθητικό βιβλίο, όχι ιδιαίτερα ενδιαφέρον ή ιντριγκαδό [...]


    11. I lived in Marrakesh as a child in the '50s so this was a really nostalgic trip for me, made highly enjoyable by Canetti's keen and observant eye which conjures up the true spirit of a wonderful city. Highly recommended


    12. reiseberichte gehören nun wirklich nicht zu meiner lieblingslektüre, was wohl auch damit zu tun hat, dass ich selbst lieber im inneren meines kopfes unterwegs bin als diese erdkugel großräumig zu beackern.wenn ich aber reise, dann mache ich es staunend und unwissend, dem neuen ort unbefangen begegnend, versuche mein leben in der neuen umgebung zu leben, wie gefärbt von den fremden, neuen eindrückennz so hat canetti in diesem übersichtlichen büchlein marrakesch geschildert: keine "profund [...]


    13. Charming short essays based on close observations made while Canetti wandered the streets of Marrakech during a single brief visit in 1954. Having just returned from there, I enjoyed every word. I don't know if the blind beggars are still there (I didn't see them), but the winding streets and hidden courtyards, glimpsed through low doorways, certainly are. The Jews of Marrakech are almost all gone now, and Canetti's encounters with them are a reminder of how vital they once were to Morocco's eco [...]


    14. 'The Voices of Marrakesh' is my first experience of Elias Canetti's writing, and I am hooked. It's a short, sweet book, of a wide-eyed westerner poking around a strange, exotic city, drinking in all the colour and the noise, finding wonders under every stone. The fourteen short chapters allow him to sample and drop subjects, and Canetti is the perfect camera: gently intrusive, fearless in his curiosity, whether it is through gatecrashing the aftermath of a wedding and flirting with the bride, in [...]


    15. "quando si viaggia, si prende tutto come viene, lo sdegno rimane a casa. si osserva, si ascolta, ci si entusiasma per le cose più atroci solo perché sono nuove. i buoni viaggiatori sono gente senza cuore"canetti racconta marrakech- le sue impressioni di marrakech- attraverso brevi pennellate. i suoni, i colori, gli odori, il miscuglio di poesia e brutalità- si avvicina senza dare giudizi a una città diversa e misteriosa e ne scopre la bellezza (evidente e nascosta). letto poco prima di parti [...]


    16. une ville traversée par ses sons, à travers son vacarme, et quelques histoires qui se racontent sans débuts ni fins. c'est le récit d'un regard qui s'efforce à devenir aveugle par le pouvoir des sons et des voix qu'il commence par entendre, puis prend plaisir à écouter, j'aurai dit que c'est le carnet de voyage d'un homme aveugle.


    17. A series of sketches of people and places, brilliantly evocative, humorous, compassionate and perceptive. Made me want to visit Marrakesh immediately, which is just as well as I read it on the flight over there


    18. Ogni capitolo si apre su una diversa strada della Marrakech degli anni cinquanta. Canetti annota cose che forse noi non noteremmo nemmeno, e non lo fa con l'occhio del viaggiatore ma con quello dell'innamorato, del curioso e del poeta.


    19. هي رحلة أصوات ووجوه، أكثر منها رحلة جغرافيا وتأملات، كأن كانيتي كان يبحث عن وجه قديم نسيه، أو صوت فر من أذنه


    20. يجب الاعتراف بأن ما دفعني لـ شراء الكتاب اسمه، وغلافهولم يكن للكاتب أي علاقة في قرار الشراء وكم كانت دهشتي كبيرة أن إلياس كانيتي حاصل على جائزة نوبل للآداب عام 1981م مع هذا لم أسمع عنه شيئا في هذا الكتاب يتبع كانيتي - الكاتب البلغاري - الأصوات في مراكشويكتب عنها كأنها شيء محسوس [...]


    21. Canetti's fourteen vignettes evoke a still colonial Marrakesh in gentle, spare prose. One could read these pieces purely for the enjoyment of a well crafted description of a brief visit inside the courtyard home of a Jewish family in the walled Mellah, or an unexpected encounter with beggars in a cemetery, but there is more subtly taking place. The careful reader will find the complexity of the human condition and the life force in all beings which seeks expression in the midst of despair.


    22. جميل أن ترى بلادك بعيون غريبة ، لكن الأجمل هو أن تكون العيون الغريبة للكاتب الكبير "إلياس كانيتي" الحاصل على جائزة نوبل للأداب سنة 1981.


    23. نگاه دقيق و جالبي به زندگي مردم مراكش، وقتي مستعمره ي فرانسه بود. كه البته قابل تعميم دادن به زندگي جهان سومي مشرق زمين هم هست.




    24. Bijzonder originele compagnon de route, grappige passage over dromedarissen die lijken op Engelse dametjes. Heb zijn weg in de mellah kunnen reconstrueren tot op het joodse kerkhof. Dat is echt een adembenemende plek die Canetti beschrijft als 'maanlandschap'. De graven zijn grotendeels anoniem en de enige menselijke interactie die er nog is met nabestaanden is een soort grotje waarin kaarsen aangestoken kunnen worden. Na bezoek van het kerkhof moet men er verplicht de handen wassen.



    25. A fascinating "travel book" by Nobel Prize winner, Elias Canetti, from Bulgaria. Canetti describes the traditions, sights, and especially the sounds of Marrakesh, Morocco. The descriptions are amazing and I was intrigued as I learned more about the people of Morocco. Here is an example of Canetti's writing as he compares and contrasts himself as a writer to the storytellers on the main plaza of Marrakesh:"There were times when I would have given a great deal to be able to, and I hope the day wil [...]


    26. The Marrakesh is a place full of mysteries to any foreigner visiting Morocco; a very intrigued filled Elias Canetti attempts to quench his curiosity by speaking with French speaking locals and with much luck finds a whole network of biographies from market square to the Sheherazade. Canetti does find himself flung into some awkward moments as well as small predicaments namely being thought a wealthy man which both works to his advantage and disadvantage at times. His catalogued story begins with [...]


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