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The writing isn’t magnificent in any way like Italo Calvino but it also doesn’t pretend to be anything else. Credo di averle sempre attribuito un potere di disincantato conforto: Andrea rated it it was ok Jun 05, He was so charmed that, back in Italy, he attended a course of Portuguese language for a better comprehension of the poet.

Inutile phare de la nuit. Books by Antonio Tabucchi. Kurisuta rated it it was ok Aug 24, All of the novels are highly philosophical in nature. Li-o pela noite dentro e perdi totalmente o pouco sono que costumo ter.

Review Dama De Porto Pim By Antonio Tabucchi 9788433930408 Fb2

I find I prefer the bit on the Azores themselves to the parts on the fading whaling industry, and it’s clearly a more minor work. Tabucchi ti fa sognare isole primitive e antohio, le Azzorre, e te le fa amare, quanto le ha amate lui.

Yet an elementary sense of loyalty obliges me to put any reader who imagines that this little book contains a travel diary on his or her guard. Tabucchi was first introduced to Pessoa’s works in the s when attending the Sorbonne. Dama de Porto Pim. Lascio penzolare una mano nell’acqua. Dama de Porto Pim. Guille rated it it was ok Nov 02, Jul 10, Marta Facchini rated it it was ok Shelves: It now lives in my top all time favorites.

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PaperbackLa memoria 7196 pages. Mike rated it it was ok Sep 24, Se allungassi il braccio potrei quasi toccare l’enorme pinna dell’animale che stiamo rimorchiando.

Igual me quedo grabado en mi memoria la parte de un relato donde escuchan Mozart en el mar, valio la pena por eso. Return to Book Tabucci. Tabucchi was first introduced to Pessoa’s works in the s when attending Antonio Tabucchi was an Italian writer and academic who taught Portuguese language and literature at the University of Siena, Italy.

Trivia About Donna di Porto Pim. It is pi spiritual and political, and so far seems to be the only Tabucchi novel about “acting” rather than “reacting” to events. The nearly square Archipelago Books edition I got from the public lib is just aesthetically spot on. Aug 31, Giulia Bilanzuoli rated it liked it.

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Ne ricordo alcuni passaggi con molta esattezza e per anni ho creduto che la frase del faro gli appartenesse. Trivia About Donna di Porto Pim. One yearns for more here and perhaps that’s enough.

Queste frasi di Tabucchi ci richiamano alla mente queste altre dello Zibaldone di Leopardi: Michael Miranda rated it it was ok Oct 08, Encontrei a porta fechada e bati. Those books are “Pereira Declares” — a slim novel I’ve read twice now, and which A slim, melancholy, and mesmerizing collection of dreamlike stories and anecdotes disguised as a travel memoir of sorts.

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Of his more “minor works” I’ve read again, I’m not a professional critic, so I really shouldn’t be using these terms”The Woman of Porto Pim” is my favorite.

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Valerio rated it it was ok Jun 09, Um livro bonito que aconselho a todos. Ancora una volta questa leggiadra malinconia che pervade la scrittura di Tabucchi fa emozionare, o forse ti fa sentire come in dormiveglia, in uno stato di semi-incoscienza, come nel suo primo racconto, onirico appunto, Esperidi.

Tabucchi says many things in a few words.

Open Preview See a Problem? This piece is a quaint collection of stories and fragments all connected to the Azores involving whales, island gods, travelogue and Melville excerpts, and a certain tinge of sadness.

Read the full review by visiting our website: The whales here think about men and see us as odd and out of place on the sea, leaving our women behind while singing songs that serve something less than the songs of whales, and while the whales are wise, they do not quite grasp what man is.