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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Donna di Porto Antinio by Antonio Tabucchi. Queste frasi di Tabucchi ci richiamano alla mente queste altre dello Zibaldone di Leopardi: Le isole di Tabucchi sono paesaggi che digradano rapidi verso la tentazione metafisica, le sue balene azzurre sirene che cantano di lontananze che appartengono all’essere e non allo spazio e al tempo, plm sue gesta di caccia e i suoi ddama hanno per scenario i campi magnetici e le analogie potenti e misteriose delle parole.
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Donna di Porto Pim by Antonio Tabucchi
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Li-o pela noite dentro e perdi totalmente o pouco sono que costumo ter. Stories, fragments, rumination, overheard bits of lore, found texts, myth, and reflections on place and travel and change arranged with a deceptive casualness. 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.
Even so, it’s a pure pleasure every time I pick it up. Um livro bonito que aconselho a todos. Nov 08, Joshua rated it really liked it.
I’m in need of a couple good one afternooners. I’ve been hearing about Tabucchi a bit on goodreads and wanted to check him out. The nearly square Archipelago Books edition I got from the public lib is just aesthetically spot on.
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. Tabucchi writes with a very plain spoken tone, akin to Borges or Marias, like he’s just I’m in need of a couple good one afternooners.
Tabucchi writes with a very plain spoken tone, akin to Borges or Marias, like he’s just sitting down next to you in a bar because you look interesting to him and he is going to tell you that may “draw out the sense of life.
Ppim em forma portl carta’; ‘Alto mar’; ‘Mulher de Porto Pim. Estou a reler este pequeno grande tesouro. E foi assim, que o livro se tornou um Estou a reler este pequeno grande tesouro. E foi assim, que o livro se tornou um tesouro ainda maior. Dama de Porto Pim. Una historia es un estupendo relato corto, contado de manera impecable y con toque metaliterario o metanarrativo o como quiera que se diga.
The Hebrew edition of this book actually holds three of Tabucchi’s novels: All of the novels are highly philosophical in nature.
All constitute a very enjoyable reading, Tabucchi being a truly a gifted story teller. Of these “Indian Nocturne” was my favorite definitely deserves 5 stars on its own. The other two are very nice. Some of the stories in them are excellent. Nov 26, Santiago L. Un fado de apenas tres minutos. Mi confermo estasiata, inebriata, obnubilata e succube dallo stile e dalla poetica di Tabucchi.
Un libricino piccolo piccolo, senza pretese, da divorare in un pomeriggio. Tabucchi ti fa sognare isole primitive e lontane, le Azzorre, e te le fa amare, quanto le ha amate lui. Balene, marinai grotteschi e rudi, personaggi, rozzi, antichi poeti dimenticati e romantici in piazze dai nomi profetici Ancora una v Mi confermo estasiata, inebriata, obnubilata e succube dallo stile e dalla poetica di Tabucchi.
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.
Sogno in forma di lettera. Con quella tipica sua delicatezza che spiazza e lascia senza parole. E poi le balene. Tabucchi mi trascina e mi fa sognare come pochi. Si bien respeto el hecho de que narre el punto de vista de los protagonistas y las vicisitudes que enfrentan, no logro estar de acuerdo con dicha perspectiva.
Jun 09, Ali Lafferty rated it really liked it. Non pensavo di aver bisogno di piu’ descrizioni delle balene, ma eccoci qua. Mi e’ piaciuto comunque. Ogni tanto torno da Tabucchi, il primo autore di cui ho letto un romanzo completo in italiano, e alla fine non ne sono mai insoddisfata.
Basically, its subject matter is the whale, an animal which more than any other would seem to be a metaphor; and shipwrecks, which insofar as they are understood as failures and inconclusive adventures, would likewise appear to be metaphorical. A “I did step off and put my feet on the ground, so that as well as being the product of my readiness to tell untruths, this little book partly has its origins in the time I spent in the Azores.
While reading, one understands again why Tabucchi has been compared to the late Italo Calvino: The boundaries, if there are any, of this work are established in the opening “Hesperides: A Dream in Letter Form” where Tabucchi writes, “Having sailed for many days and many nights, I realized that the West has no end, but moves along with us, we can follow it as long as we like without ever reaching it.
One learns stories about old men and the songs they sang while seeking whales and, while they find them and kill them, the whales never seem to die. 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.
Donna di Porto Pim by Antonio Tabucchi (2 star ratings)
The title story, “The Woman of Porto Pim,” is a story within a story that might be less than true due to additions, deletions and alterations over the years. Here are two lovers, a mysterious woman who lives in a utilitarian hut beneath her means and a naive young man who sings a song to attract her attention: I felt tzbucchi great longing, tagucchi water lapped around me, everything was so intense and so unattainable, and Xntonio remembered when Habucchi was a child, how at night I used to call the eels from the rocks: I sang it very softly, like a lament, or a supplication, with a hand held to my voice.
Tabucchi says many things in a few words. In this numinous collection about dreams, whales, islands and ships, the result of his apparent clarity is a haunting mirage that floats forever in the middle distance like a prospective speck of land above the infinite sea.
One yearns for more here and perhaps that’s enough. If at all possible, I recommend all others do the same.
Read the full review by visiting our website: Jun 02, Roberta rated it really liked it Shelves: Una delle prime raccolte di Tabucchi. Frammenti, appunti, racconti frasi, mappe.
Quel tipo di prosa molto delicata e piena di sfumature che mi cattura sempre. Una proto voglia di leggere Moby Dick e visitare le Azzorre.
Inutile phare de portp nuit. Credo di averle sempre attribuito un potere di disincantato conforto: Nella mia memoria questa frase si associava al nome di un’isola lontana tabbucchi improbabile. Quando avevo quindici anni lessi Les Natchez Ne ricordo alcuni passaggi con molta esattezza e per anni ho creduto che la frase del faro gli appartenesse.
A volte i passi della nostra vita possono essere guidati anche dalla combinazione di poche parole. A slim, melancholy, and mesmerizing collection of dreamlike stories and anecdotes disguised as a travel memoir of sorts.
Antonio Tabucchi is now one of my favorite tbucchi, and every book of his is a joy to read. I’ve read five now, and given up on a couple others. From what I’ve experienced, he has written two books which I would call masterpieces, although I lack the authority and training to use that word haha. 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.
Those books are “Pereira Declares” — a slim novel I’ve read twice now, and which is the most perfect book to read during Trump’s presidency. It is both spiritual and political, and so far seems to be the only Tabucchi novel about “acting” rather than “reacting” to events. Qntonio now lives in my top all time favorites. The other is “Requiem” — his homage to Fernando Pessoa though most of his writing has references. That was a very dreamlike novella that also includes elements of travelogue and memoir.
Of his more “minor works” I’ve read again, I’m not tabuccgi professional critic, so Atonio really shouldn’t be using these terms”The Woman of Porto Pim” is my favorite.
Though its fragmented, and not as strong or focused as the masterpieces, it still evokes a constant reverie when reading it.
Donna di Porto Pim
The melancholy and loneliness in it affected me more than I’d like, but the impressionistic writing style made it worth it.
Though it could be read in one sitting, I found it more appropriate to break it up and reflect on the different passages, which range in their amount of fiction and non-fiction, memory and invention interestingly, the only piece that is subtitled “a story” is something told out loud to the author and presented to him as factual. This is also a fantastic book to read during the same year I finally read Moby Dick — the themes of whaling and whales are big ones tabhcchi here.