Beloved (Istorio Barregarriak)

Beloved Istorio Barregarriak

  • Title: Beloved (Istorio Barregarriak)
  • Author: Toni Morrison
  • ISBN: 8440656955
  • Page: 121
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    • Una obra de arte en todos los aspectos. Dura, tierna, amorosa, cruel, Es difícil permanecer indiferente al relato. Después de leerla no podrás dejar de estar varios días impactada por la historia.


    • Me resultó difícil su lectura por el tema, supongo (la maternidad, ese tema tan necesario, y tan olvidado) y por el estrecho vinculo con el mundo del mas allá, los muertos, los zombies


    • Quería leer el libro en inglés para mi grupo de lectura. Compré tres novelas desde la sección de libros en idioma extranjero. Como sólo había uno y el título era en inglés, no me di cuenta hasta pasadas varias semanas que el libro estaba traducido al castellano. Es una novela muy lenta y complicada, de difícil lectura. No sé cuánto pierde por estar traducido, pero la historia tampoco es muy interesante ni los personajes muy bien desarrollados.


    • Toni Morrison's writing isn't "great". It is mind blowing.This book reads almost like poetry. It's a really, really, really heavy story- a woman escapes slavery with her four young children, only to reach freedom in Ohio right about the time the Fugitive Act was enacted. Her former owner comes for her and her children, and she makes a desperate decision to take her children's lives, rather than have them live enslaved.As time goes on, the ghost of the daughter she killed haunts their house and m [...]


    • I feel changed after reading this book. So complex, so painful, so painfully beautiful, such life in the telling of this story. As a Black queer womyn, I have grown tired of the handling slavery narrative. Of the laziness of its use and overuse as a point of reference. But what Morrison does so well is bring life to the complexities of Black life and love in the face of the worst part of American history. I would even go as far to say, it goes beyond the political. It circles down to the smalles [...]


    • I am convinced that Toni Morrison is the best writer in the world. My gosh--how can someones soul paint such vivid and emotional characters, era, such real feelings. Not the best place and era to be transported to but Professor Morrison will certainly do it. This book alone put Toni Morrison in a category all by herself I mean I can go on and on and on and on about her literary style, gifts and etc. If you haven't read this yet it's a must for a realistic escape.


    • Beloved was a tough book to read, it is composed of flashbacks and memories narrated in no chronological order which makes it hard to understand. After a few pages I almost gave up. But then I realized It would be very interesting to read a renowned novel that contains a poetic examination of slavery. However, I decided to continue reading the book. As I was going through the pages I was getting involved in the story and picturing all the details written by Morrison. I would definitely recommend [...]


    • If you aren't an Oprah fan, just push her association with the novel and film out of your mind. Buy this book or at least get it from the library. So much praise has been written already that there's little I can add, other than to say the novel merits its reputation. The general story (no spoilers here, don't worry) concerns the life of an escaped slave. But the novel explores not just events, but the way we perceive events, through memory, dream like states, hallucinations, how we relate to [...]


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