Farewell Waltz

Farewell Waltz By Milan Kundera فروغ پورياوري, Farewell Waltz Klima a celebrated jazz trumpeter receives a phone call announcing that a young nurse with whom he spent a brief night at a fertility spa is pregnant She has decided he is the father And so begins a
  • Title: Farewell Waltz
  • Author: Milan Kundera فروغ پورياوري
  • ISBN: 9780571194711
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • Farewell Waltz By Milan Kundera فروغ پورياوري, Klima, a celebrated jazz trumpeter, receives a phone call announcing that a young nurse with whom he spent a brief night at a fertility spa is pregnant She has decided he is the father.And so begins a comedy which, during five madcap days, unfolds with ever increasing speed Klima s beautiful, jealous wife, the nurse s equally jealous boyfriend, a fanatical gynaecologist,Klima, a celebrated jazz trumpeter, receives a phone call announcing that a young nurse with whom he spent a brief night at a fertility spa is pregnant She has decided he is the father.And so begins a comedy which, during five madcap days, unfolds with ever increasing speed Klima s beautiful, jealous wife, the nurse s equally jealous boyfriend, a fanatical gynaecologist, a rich American, at once Don Juan and saint, and an elderly political prisoner who, just before his emigration, is holding a farewell party at the spa are all drawn into this black comedy, as in A Midsummer Night s Dream.As usual, Milan Kundera poses serious questions with a blasphemous lightness which makes us understand that the modern world has taken away our right to tragedy.
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    1. Milan Kundera فروغ پورياوري

      Milan Kundera is a Czech and French writer of Czech origin who has lived in exile in France since 1975, where he became a naturalized citizen in 1981 He is best known as the author of The Unbearable Lightness of Being, The Book of Laughter and Forgetting, and The Joke.Kundera has written in both Czech and French He revises the French translations of all his books these therefore are not considered translations but original works Due to censorship by the Communist government of Czechoslovakia, his books were banned from his native country, and that remained the case until the downfall of this government in the Velvet Revolution in 1989.

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    1. Ik proef de Oost Europese sfeer in deze roman typisch Oost Europese setting Het verhaal past in de tijd, toch is het thema universeelontrouw met een daaruit voortvloeiende zwangerschaple personages verhalen zijn op ingenieuze wijze met elkaar vervlochten Milan Kundera heeft een makkelijk leesbare en toch intellectuele schrijfstijljn


    2. Here we are as in the theater unity of place almost time unit We are plunged into idleness of a spa town, those that frequent the beautiful world in the century before last Here we are in a vaudeville of waters of the blow, where in five days and as many chapters, the comic and the tragic intertwine as for a last waltz, casual and grave at the same time.In a jiffy you enter the dance, tempted by this waltz feelings of unbearable lightness, grabbing the pace off this crossover of heterogeneous id [...]





    3. Reading Kundera is a bit like watching Mad Men You find nearly all of the characters in The Farewell Party and Mad Men repellent and highly limited which makes you as a reader watcher feel so clever and yet they are so v v compelling, often their looks are what defines their behavior, how they are treated and what they can and can t do Worlds built on artifice What gives Kundera and Weiner are masterful at using sexual politics and blind ambition to critique what is horribly wrong within confini [...]




    4. Il titolo Il valzer degli addii, restituisce una idea esatta della struttura di questo romanzo un valzer a pi voci in cui la vita di un gruppo di personaggi si intreccia per coincidenze fortuite e non, in una alternanza di incontri, di quiproquo, di amicizie di volteggi di amori cominciati, abbandonati, ripresi.Abbiamo un medico ginecologo provvisto di delirio di onnipotenza che si dedica con ardore alla cura di donne con difficolt procreative, spendendo se stesso in prima persona tanto da mette [...]




    5. Milan Kundera is such a misogynistic egotist, that it s difficult for me to remember why I liked this book so much, until I open it up and start glancing through the pages again First off, the plot of this novel is amazing, hilarious, interesting, and totally unconvincing Which is part of Kundera s charm, ironically He utilizes these absurd characters, that are completely unbelievable, puts them in a situation that would never happen in a thousand lifetimes, and then these unbelievable events do [...]



    6. Milan Kundera kh ng ph i Haruki v lu n c i t n t i mi t m i i n v o m y c i poll ki m c c c c n s ch m i m a Nobel v Nh ng sau qu Dylan Nobel v a r i th t nay t i ch th m n a Ch mong NN l m n l m ph c cho xu t b n t i b n gi m m y cu n c a Milan ch gi b n quy n l u v y b kh ng s h t h n Nh ng c u chuy n trong c c t c ph m c a Kundera xoay i xoay l i v n l chuy n gi a n ng v n b v i m t v ng tu n ho n T nh y u Ghen tu ng Ch n ch ng Kh ng c g m u thu n h n v d n t v h n m t m i quan h gi a n ng v [...]


    7. How can a book not grab your attention where the hero wears a necklace with a cyanide pill so he can make a conscious choice every day whether or not to live Kundera writes a farce, a sexual farce, in five parts, and in his typical fashion, he transforms it into something ambiguous and much, much darker As Jakub drives across the border never to return to his homeland as Kundera you wonder how this seemingly good man s conscience allowed him to commit a bad act Again, we see all these all these [...]




    8. Nesta terra, as pessoas n o respeitam a manh Acordam brutalmente ao som de um despertador que lhes rasga o sono com uma machadada e entregam se logo a seguir a uma pressa funesta capaz de me dizer o que ser depois um dia que come ou com semelhante acto de viol ncia Que ser feito dessas pessoas a quem o despertador ministra diariamente um choquezinho el ctrico De dia para dia, v o se habituando mais viol ncia, cada vez mais esquecidos do que seja o prazer Pode crer me, o temperamento de um homem [...]




    9. On my bookshelf at home, Kundera sits alongside Saramago, Marquez, Kafka and the like in a space reserved for the mavericks genius and eccentric in equal measure Kafka is there by popular consent I have not had the courage to read him yet Even in this group, Kundera stands out a peculiar oddball in a sea of oddballs And the Farewell Waltz is emphatic proof for that.On the surface, it is a madcap comedy involving a phalanx of extraordinary characters Klima, a celebrated jazz trumpeter at once bot [...]





    10. I can t say enough good things about Milan Kundera I would recognize his writing style among million unidentified books This book was no exception typical Kundera, lures the reader into his intricate web of ordinary lives turned chaotic, with just enough existential philosophy in every paragraph, to make you think long into the hours of the nightI grew to hate certain characters, as if they were made of flesh and blood I pitied somed some, I just didn t understand Why, why do they get involved i [...]



    11. y ch x c l m t v k ch n p b ng ti u thuy t c a Milan Kundera, m t nh v n r t gi i trong vi c i gi a l n ranh ti u thuy t v phi ti u thuy t c ti u thuy t c a ng, ng i c nh t i r t d b nh l a, d r ng vi c nh n ra t nh K CH trong quy n s ch m ng n y l kh ng kh , nh ng t i b nh l a trong l n c u ti n, c l v m i m m ch m v o c t truy n qu logic v nh ng suy t ng y tri t h c th v c a t c gi.M.K c th t i t nh trong vi c t o ra nh ng cu n ti u lu n n p b ng ti u thuy t, nh trong S B t T bao nhi u, th c n [...]




    12. Like other works of Kundera, Farewell Waltz has the same especial writing style of Kundera with many rich dialogues between the characters concerning different moral concepts like love, abortion, jealousy, betrayal, murder, political and religious beliefs, and although most of the times I think a fiction reader is looking for in fact fiction itself, I think Kundera s opinions make this book a didactic novel which is written in an artistic way that the reader whether he she agrees with him or not [...]


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