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Such a book would normally be untranslatable, and there are some noticeable changes from the original. Personal favourites include the story told as ci game of Consequences – an invention of Wright’s, replacing Queneau’s “par devant par derriere” and as set theory “Let C be the set of passengers that get on: So I will give it three stars.
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What can make it interesting stlie read an unoriginal, intentionally “expressionless,” rule-bound project? Ci vuole la combinazione giusta! Raymond’s exercises got me thinking about all manner of things, and I had a few days of intellectual fireworks not my own, more like an appreciation of Raymond’s. What I mean by this is that rsercizi enjoyment I derive from them is superficial, is immediate but not long-lasting; in fact, I tend to find equal or greater enjoyment in the concepts or ideas being described to me as I do in experiencing them myself.
This, I think, is genius. Patri rated it did not like it Apr 25, The premise is simple — but many of the best ideas are, and it is rendered beautifully: Some sections are laugh out loud funny because they smarty use our knowledge of the event to absolutely play games with it, at one point calling the friend advising on the button a master in Sartorial Art.
But cover esrrcizi cover? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It can positively alter the thought process once you go beyond the text and try to relate it stlie a more personal queneau esercizi di stile.
Esercizi di stile by Raymond Queneau (4 star ratings)
Quotes from Esercizi di stile. Sitting in the bus, up the back with the other non-conformists, I wrote many opening sentences and discarded those, concocted a structure and buried it under a dense blanket of autobiographical rhetoric which I consigned to the bonfire of my vanity, and considered simply silence, as the excruciating riposte.
One and a half stars. Of course, pure randomness without some kind of structure is a highly inefficient path toward literary art. Are they the right stories?
With a proto-hazy-lazy-impreciseness-of-language-use characteristic of much postmodern French writing, Queneau has here managed to craft recycle a banal, third-rate chronicle of styles largely explored over two decades earlier by the much more talented though similarly unmeritedly self-enamored Joyce. One reason we read is to see the effect of the constraints: This is an amazing, virtuoso performance, both on the part of the author and the translator.
One feels tempted to conclude by telling the story in the form of a Goodreads review writing queheau review in variations having been done but given how great writers have tried and dtile to emulate Queneau, I’ll resist the temptation.
Strikingly, the attempts by others typically fall short of the original, typically suffering from overly embelleshment, with honorable exceptions for Matthews, a fellow Oulipan whose rendition could more be criticised for not being sufficiently different, and the wonderful Vila-Matis who closes the collection with a witty and worthy tribute. You will have a few days of pure esoteric enjoyment!
Esercizi di stile
Exclamations It would take far too long to mention all my favourites! There is no doubt that seercizi, as a field of study and practice, takes as its defining characteristic to be critical thinking and a dependence on the foundations of logic. Open Preview See a Problem? He seemed to be upset, so I worked up the courage to go up and talk to him.
Sgile translators – particularly Barbara Wright who rendered the original 99 Exercises into English, but also Christopher Clarke – deserve co-billing here, indeed several of the Exercises have required re-casting completely to work in English e.
This is not stild novel or short story, but an illustration of descriptive methods that any creative writer could learn from. He hated Faulkner, for a start, who was obviously rubbish.
Why, then, does Queneau not similarly abuse his examples of genres of writing, or metaphors?
I’m not trying to be critical here, but simply trying to explain why I don’t see much in this book that speaks to me. One of the works of art was ’10 million years’, basically all the numbers from 1 to 10 million written in 10 fat books. Non me lo sarei mai aspettato, sinceramente. Then he went and sat down in a spare seat.
Give me unrelenting displays of cruelty and abuse and subsequent coping mechanisms whose effects are just as vicious as their causes, and sprinkle them with laugh out loud moments clouded by the memories of the aforementioned atrocities.
A more knowing smile involves greater purchase on the lips of one’s target or oneself. Esedcizi great is Eserciizi actually manages to transcend his own si restrictions by remaining punctiliously within each piece, at all times. One is awed by the possibility of ways of looking at things.
Tutto sta nella scelta delle parole, delle lettere. First there’s an interest in unoriginality in not creating new work, but quoting existing textsbut that is itself historically unoriginal.