Agostino Agostino un adolescent de treize ans passe de merveilleuses vacances sur une plage avec sa m re qui il voue une passion aussi intense qu innocente La rencontre de celle ci et d un jeune homme auquel

  • Title: Agostino
  • Author: Alberto Moravia
  • ISBN: 9782080684424
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • Agostino, un adolescent de treize ans, passe de merveilleuses vacances sur une plage avec sa m re qui il voue une passion aussi intense qu innocente La rencontre de celle ci et d un jeune homme auquel elle est loin d tre insensible met un terme brutal ce parfait bonheur Agostino d couvre avec un tonnement douloureux que sa m re est aussi une femme et non cette d esAgostino, un adolescent de treize ans, passe de merveilleuses vacances sur une plage avec sa m re qui il voue une passion aussi intense qu innocente La rencontre de celle ci et d un jeune homme auquel elle est loin d tre insensible met un terme brutal ce parfait bonheur Agostino d couvre avec un tonnement douloureux que sa m re est aussi une femme et non cette d esse qu il imaginait Alors commence pour le jeune gar on une p riode de troubles, de tourments et de d sarrois une bande de petits p cheurs avec lesquels il se lie lui ouvre cruellement les yeux sur le sexe, la violence et les rapports sociaux Tel Rimbaud, le voil ange d chu, rendu au sol, avec un devoir chercher et la r alit rugueuse treindre Par del la description pr cise et sobre de cet ge difficile, on peut lire dans ce r cit les sympt mes d une crise plus grave, cette crise des rapports entre la conscience et la r alit qui est au centre de toute l ouvre d Alberto Moravia.

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    • Alberto Moravia

      Alberto Moravia, born Alberto Pincherle, was one of the leading Italian novelists of the twentieth century whose novels explore matters of modern sexuality, social alienation, and existentialism He was also a journalist, playwright, essayist and film critic Moravia was an atheist, his writing was marked by its factual, cold, precise style, often depicting the malaise of the bourgeoisie, underpinned by high social and cultural awareness Moravia believed that writers must, if they were to represent reality, assume a moral position, a clearly conceived political, social, and philosophical attitude, but also that, ultimately, A writer survives in spite of his beliefs.Between 1959 and 1962 Moravia was president of PEN International, the worldwide association of writers.

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    • **Spoiler alert**This is not your typical coming of age story. Agostino is a 13 year old boy, on vacatioon at a Tuscan beach with his widowed mother. The writer describes her as a big woman, in her prime, and Agostino is fixated on her, not just as a mother, but also as a woman. Things get complicated when his mother meets a young local man, and they spend their days in what is presumed, a romantic fling. Agostino feels left out, jealous, and in his gloom he meets a group of local boys on the be [...]

    • و كأنك تقرأ فرويد مكتوبا فى رواية أو تشاهد نظريته فى فيلم سينيمائى من خلال الفتى المراهق الناقم على أمه و الذى يحاول اكتشاف نفسه جنسياتم تحويلها لفيلم سينيمائى باسم أوجستينو أو الخطيئة الأولىرواية تكشف المستور في عالم المراهقة و المراهقين دون الوصول لحد الإبتذال

    • Moravia’s ”Agostino” is about the naivety of a child that becomes an awkward adolescent in mind and spirit and implores the boundary of adolescence and manhood. ”The dark realization came to him that a difficult and miserable age had begun for him, and he couldn’t imagine when it would end.”Agostino is a feeble-bodied, yet healthy teenager of thirteen years from an upper middle-class to wealthy family and what I would deem a ‘mama’s boy’.  With the encounter of a young boatma [...]

    • A sparse and curious little novel about one of those things American culture doesn't like to talk about, namely, sexual awakening. Sex is something that we like to read about if it involves super-wealthy werewolf vampire lesbians, or lycanthropic New Age gay knights, or teenage magic-wielders touching each other in their naughty bitsbut only by suggestion, or vindictive and unrealistic pornographic scenarios involving with about as much life as a Sani-hand (a kind of glove used to ward off mastu [...]

    • Coming of age is an awkward time for Agostino, especially given his preoccupation with his mother. Moravia tells the story quite well but it seemed nevertheless slight to me. I don't regret the hour it took me to read this. Perhaps it suffered for my reading it just afterEdisto, wherein the same inchoate understandings reveal themselves in a 13 year-old mind.

    • Agostino tredicenne di buona famiglia è in vacanza al mare con una madre ingombrante; ingombrante in tutti i sensi, ovvero grande, opulenta come ci descrive con insistenza l'autore, e onnipresente nei pensieri e nelle prime fantasie sessuali del figlio roso dalla gelosia. Come compensazione alla disattenzione della madre, presa da tutt'altro, Agostino cercherà di farsi accettare da un gruppo di ragazzi del luogo di bassa estrazione sociale, e attraverso loro incontrerà la omosessualità e la [...]

    • If you like Freud (are there any Freudians left in the house?), Alberto Moravia's novella (weighing in at a mere 99 pages) is just the ticket. It's the story of a 13-year-old boy spending summer by the sea with his young and beautiful widowed mother. The boy is as green as they come and hopelessly in love with his mother.At first young Agostino is honored to row his Mamma beyond nosy eyes on the beach to where she can skinny-dip (while he doesn't look because she tells him not to) in the sea. Th [...]

    • Though published in 1942 (held back by the censors until 1944) adolescence has not changed much, and it's easy to see why Moravia's novella has become a classic. On summer vacation in an Italian beach resort with his mother young Agostino is ignored while she chases a local man. He takes an interest, though 'makes friends' would be stretching it, with a group of boys who are generally older than him and from a less privaleged background, their behaviour fascinates him. They hang around with an o [...]

    • This is a comparative review of two short novels by Alberto Moravia:Agostino -- Conjugal LoveConjugal Love, 1949, is a wonderful companion piece to Agostino, 1944. I don’t think they’ve ever been published this way, but thematically they compliment each other magnificently. Moravia’s own brand of existentialism likens the futility of bourgeois life with the search for meaning through sexual love. In Conjugal Love, a married man tries to salvage a failing artistry (writing) at the same time [...]

    • Agostino is a 13 year old boy on holiday with his young and very attractive widowed mother in a seaside resort. I wouldn't describe this so much "coming of age" story I viewed it more as a sense of Agostino's growing awareness, realisation of himself and the world around him.It's quite a bittersweet and poignant journey for Agostino who goes from having the sole attention of his mother to having competition from his mother's lover. It painful to watch as Agostino comes to view his mother in anot [...]

    • Not the usual coming of age story. Agostino is a 13 year boy sharing a summer holiday with his widowed and wealthy mother. He has great love for his mother. This turns into anger, jealousy, intrigue and a juvenile fetish after his mother meets a man and forms a relationship. Does he find his mother attractive, "she is only a woman" he says to himself a number of times or repulsive?Agostino's nativity is partially resolved when he starts to hang around a local group of boys who introduce him to a [...]

    • أغسوتينو / الخطيئة الأولي / غسوتينو مأساة المراهقة . البرتو مورافيارواية قصيرة رواية قصيرة تعتمد بشكل كبير علي التحليل النفسي للمراهق ذو الثلاث عشر عامًا " أغسوتينو " الذي يمر بنقطة العبور من مرحلة الطفولة للمراهقة ، بداية معرفة الأشياء و الإحساس بها بشكل مختلف .أما الجزء الآ [...]

    • Alberto was a PEN luminary and turns up in The Japan Journals: 1947-2004 with Angus Wilson."Agostino" is a fabulous little story: young angsty teenager, confused and by the end determined to have sex with something. "Disobedience" was less entertaining, although I loved Luca for going nuts when his sophisticated buffet car experience was cancelled and he's presented with a packed lunch. I did something very similar on my recent holiday in America."And speaking slowly and helping himself out with [...]

    • This volume contains two short novels, each concerning a different teenage boy. The two stories share a common theme: they explore the inner turmoil the boys experience as they move beyond childhood. Central to both is an awareness of the decay of the affection they had previously felt for their parents. In Agostino, the first and shorter of the stories, Agostino is a 13 year old boy and we enter the story at the point this decay begins. In Disobedience, Luca is 15, and all his former regard for [...]

    • أعتقد أن هذه الرواية ، لا تعكس كما وصفها المترجم "مأساة المراهقة"، و انما تعكس مأساة "الانسان"، ليس كل انسان، انما الانسان الذى يحترق الاف المرات فى الثانية انفعالا لاجل توافه الامور، "من قال؟"، "من سيعتقد أأننى؟"، "من لا يحبنى؟"، "كيف يرانى هذا الشخص؟"، "لماذا ابتعد عنى هذا الرف [...]

    • Sexual awakeningAgostino and his widowed mother are staying at a Mediterranean beach resort for the summer. As we meet them, thirteen-year-old Agostino is still a child, devoted to his mother infatuated by her and proud to bask in the admiration she attracts as they spend their days on the beach or swimming from the rowboat they take out each day. But when his mother becomes involved with a young man, Agostino’s feelings turn to a jealousy which he barely understands. This is a haunting and ra [...]

    • DiscoveryWhat pleasure to open a book about which I knew absolutely nothing! I have been reading so many new books lately, each set up by talk in the press, the opinions of my friends, the necessity to review, that everything becomes a kind of test, no longer personal, not longer individual. So imagine this, a delicious mystery, a book waiting to be opened, no one to satisfy but myself. It is slim, so no huge investment in time. Published by New York Review Books, who have seldom let me down. A [...]

    • Whenever a new NYRB Classic comes out, I pay attention. I basically regard the imprint (and the Children's imprint) as lists of books I should be reading. I rarely come across an NYRB classic that doesn't have something to offer me.What drew me to AGOSTINO? Perhaps it was the promise of a Tuscan seaside (even in Fascist-era Italy). The eponymous Agostino travels there with his mother. When they arrive, he loves her in an uncomplicated fashion. But when she takes a lover (although Agostino is too [...]

    • Review: italiano / françaisLetto in italiano per il mio corso di letteratura italiana (Ottocento en Novecento): une lettura interessante, ma un pò troppo "freudica" per me. L'idea della scoperta della sessualità di maniera brutale mi sembra buona, ma non mi piace che questa sessualità sia tornata verso la mamma. La storia non mi piace tanto dunque, ma la scrittura sì! Lo stilo di Moravia è piacevole a leggere e molto bello. Lu en italien pour mon cours de littérature italienne (19e et 20e [...]

    • تلك المرحلة التى تتحول فيها الطفولة إلى المراهقة هى مرحلة الجموح و التمرد، مرحلة حرجة تترك علامات غائرة فى الأنفس قد لا تنمحى آثارها مدى الحياة.

    • عقدة اوديب هذه هي الرواية بكل بساطة فيها بعض الجمال و التحليل النفسي لكنها ليست بالعمل العظيم.

    • This entire review will be a spoiler!I read the English translation by Michael F. Moore, published by New York Review Books in 2014.In the Translator's Note Moore points out Moravia's stylistic innovations. Although I am not especially surprised that Moravia was dealing with the constrictions of a confining tradition and the necessities of tackling a world of language that very tradition suppressed, I cannot address these innovations. My ignorance is such that I may only give my impressions of t [...]

    • My kind of story ที่แท้ทรู จริงๆ น่าจะนับว่าเป็นนิยายคัมมิ่งออฟเอจได้ แต่ก็เป็นคัมมิ่งออฟเอจที่บิดเบี้ยวเหลือเกิน แถมจบแบบไม่หลุดจากบ่วงอีก มันคือเรื่องราวของการตระหนักรับรู้การมีอย [...]

    • Confluiscono in questo commento (?) frammenti sparsi di ricordi delle letture (interrotte, saltuarie, a volte anche annoiate) di La villa del venerdì e Gli indifferenti: c’è in Moravia la grazia inarrivabile di chi sa cristallizzare i gesti più semplici e dargli la plasticità di un’opera d’arte. Quando la madre di Agostino si siede alla tastiera del pianoforte, dritta su uno sgabello senza spalliera, intenta a suonare qualcosa che è “vivace, tumultuoso, scintillante” esattamente c [...]

    • I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher through Edelweiss.This brief story is a bold and daring peak into one boy’s transition from boyhood to adulthood. The author tackles some taboo and Freudian issues through a brief period of time in Agostino’s life. Agostino is a 13 year old boy who is vacationing at a beach with his mother, whom he still views with innocence at the beginning of the story. His mother starts to take boat rides with a man and Agostino becomes very jeal [...]

    • "Agostino" is "Rebel Without a Cause," except that it's Italian, and the main character is 13 years old. Oh, and it is not a dad problem, but a mom fixation, when he sees her in a new 'sexual' light. And no, he doesn't desire her, but he notices her beauty and sensuality through others. It's a beautiful snapshot of a boy coming of age, but twisted with respect to his feelings for his mom, and the approval of the local toughs. Slowly a world opens up him, which leaves him troubled, confused, and [...]

    • Agostino, a very slim yet rather intense novel, could well have been titled corruption: the whole story is about how the loss of innocence of a boy from a privileged background somehow amounts, in his own eyes, to moral corruption. Alberto Moravia never says that this spreading sense of depravity is a negative or bad thing, hence the constant moral ambiguity that characterizes his book: it is just what is, and it could well be, for a young member of the bourgeoisie (a milieu that Moravia loves t [...]

    • En av de mest fascinerande författarna jag har läst är italienaren Alberto Moravia. Ibland kan man skämmas lite grann att han är så pass enspårig, alltid med den sexfixerade poeten i huvudrollen, oftast med en politisk underton. Ändå läser man alltid böckerna lika fascinerat och igenkännande insugen i den ganska annorlunda romerska världen under efterkrigstiden.Moravia brukar nämnas bland de viktigare författarna som inte fått nobelpriset, tillsammans med Graham Greene och Jorge [...]

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