Epoca de fier

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Epoca de fier, considerat n 1990 Cartea anului n Marea Britanie de Sunday Express, mplete te cu subtilitate i umor re inut tragedia personal cu dramatismul unei epoci marcate n Africa de Sud de rasism i de violen e sociale i politice Doamna Curren, o fost profesoar de limbi clasice, sufer de cancer n faz terminal ntr o scrisoare jurnal, adresat fiiceEpoca de fier, considerat n 1990 Cartea anului n Marea Britanie de Sunday Express, mplete te cu subtilitate i umor re inut tragedia personal cu dramatismul unei epoci marcate n Africa de Sud de rasism i de violen e sociale i politice Doamna Curren, o fost profesoar de limbi clasice, sufer de cancer n faz terminal ntr o scrisoare jurnal, adresat fiicei ei plecate demult n America, eroina i descrie noua condi ie, ce o mpinge spre reconsiderarea propriei vie i, pe fundalul unei realit i fa de care, f r a o fi ignorat, a preferat s se p streze ntr o pasivitate filozofic p n n acel moment ororile apartheidului Str duindu se s i accepte boala care o macin , doamna Curren descoper cu disperare i m nie cresc nde cancerul social i cultural al Africii de Sud Incendierea unei a ez ri locuite de negri, uciderea unor activi ti adolescen i, abuzurile i brutalitatea poli iei i armatei, furia i revolta compun o plas tot mai str ns n jurul eroinei, aduc nd violen ele p n n pragul casei sale Episoadele dramatice iau amploa re pe m sur ce degradarea fizic a doamnei Curren se accentueaz , f c nd o tot mai dependent de Vercueil, un om al str zii be iv care i a f cut culcu pe aleea ei Vercueil i devine singura fiin uman apropiat , iar rela ia dintre cei doi este surprins magistral de Coetzee.
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  • Orsodimondo says:

    IO ACCUSO COLORO CHE HANNO DATO VITA A QUESTO TEMPOLi accuso di aver profanato la mia vita proprio come un ratto o uno scarafaggio profana il cibo senza neppure mangiarlo, semplicemente camminandoci sopra, annusandolo, insozzandolo.Un libro straziante composto da un artista che allo strazio non concede campo, che usa scrittura asciutta e limata, finanche all’eccesso, adotta un tono saldo, presenta personaggi non facili da amare, gente che è come il ferro del titolo, dura rigida cruda non simp [...]

  • Tony says:

    At the end, when it's time to cross over, what form will the angel take? And will you still see it all clearly?Mrs. Curren lives alone in South Africa. Her husband left her many years ago and has since died. Her daughter left too, gone to America, promising never to return to the troubled land. So Mrs. Curren is quite alone when she finds out she has cancer and will soon die. That same day, she finds a vagrant outside her house, reeking of urine and decay, sleeping off a drunk under plastic and [...]

  • Ajeje Brazov says:

    "Bambini di ferro, ho pensato. Florence, lei stessa di ferro. L'età del ferro. Dopodichè segue l'età del bronzo.Quanto, quanto tempo ci vorrà ancora, prima che ritornino secondo il loro ciclo ere più tranquille, l'età dell'argilla, l'età della terra? Una matrona sparatana, dal cuore di ferro, che concepisce alla nazione figli guerrieri. 'Siamo orgogliosi di loro'. Noi. Torna a casa con lo scudo oppure sopra lo scudo.E io? Da che parte sta il mio cuore in tutto questo? La mia unica figlia [...]

  • Teresa says:

    If Coetzee's Disgrace is at least partly a meditation on the title word, this earlier novel seems to be partly a musing on the word stupefy: Television the parade of politicians every evening their message stupidly unchanging Their feat, after years of etymological meditation on the word, to have raised stupidity to a virtue. To stupefy: to deprive of feeling; to benumb, deaden; to stun with amazement Stupid: dulled in the faculties, indifferent, destitute of thought or feeling. From stupere [...]

  • Agnieszka says:

    Breakdown of interpersonal relationships, values and family. Ruthlessness and exclusion, pervasive cult of strength and youth. We all are living in the age of iron. This novel is like a cry of despair. Coetzee speaks with the voice of a dying woman, gradually disinherited from her body, home and country, excluded from the title age of iron, from the age of the young and the strong. He writes about disintegration of the body and mind and decline of morality. Stigmatizes abomination of apartheid p [...]

  • Dagio_maya says:

    “Dunque senza dolore niente scrittura: una nuova terribile regola.”----------”Lo stesso giorno in cui il dottor Syfret mi ha comunicato la notizia. Una brutta notizia” Lo stesso giorno Mrs Curren – un'insegnante in pensione- comincia a scrivere alla figlia emigrata negli Stati Uniti.Lo stesso giorno in cui scopre che nel vialetto di fianco al garage un vagabondo ha allestito la sua dimora di cartoni e teli di plastica.Lo stesso giorno in cui inizia ad accorgersi che tutto si sta sgreto [...]

  • Sarah says:

    اگر بخوام مقايسه كنم راستشDisgraceرو به مراتب بيشتر دوست داشتم.چرا كه معتقدم تا حد بسيار زيادي جذابيتش رو مديون و مدهون شخصيت ها و شخصيت پردازيشه، در حالي كه تو اين اثر چيز زيادي از شخصيت ها حتي تا پايان داستان هم نميفهميم، اصلا بفهميم هم از اين همه روابط عجيب غريب سر در نمياريم. ا [...]

  • Ettore1207 says:

    E' un romanzo sotto forma di lettera indirizzata alla figlia, emigrata negli USA e quindi persa per sempre, da una anziana e colta signora, affetta da un cancro terminale, nella povertà del Sudafrica oppresso dall'apartheid.Una riflessione sulla solitudine, sulla responsabilità di aver contribuito a creare, seppur passivamente, una società violenta e ingiusta, sul tempo che usura corpi e cose, e sul destino dello spirito. Una prosa magnifica che offre una lettura profonda, drammatica, inquiet [...]

  • Offuscatio says:

    "La guerra nunca es lo que finge ser. Rascas la superficie y encontrarás, invariablemente, viejos enviando a jóvenes a morir en el nombre de alguna abstracción."- Satisfecha de no haberlo abandonado durante la primera mitad.

  • Peycho Kanev says:

    Television. Why do I watch it? The parade of politicians every evening: I have only to see the heavy, blank faces so familiar since childhood to feel gloom and nausea. The bullies in the last row of school desks, raw-boned, lumpish boys, grown up now and promoted to rule the land. They with their fathers and mothers, their aunts and uncles, their brothers and sisters: a locust horde, a plague of black locusts infesting the country, munching without cease, devouring lives. Why, in a spirit of hor [...]

  • Jani Allan says:

    This has been described as a novel about love that exceeds boundaries. It is also a lament on death and dying and the grief a mother feels at her daughter’s decision to leave South Africa until ‘the rulers of the apartheid state are swinging by their necks from the lamp posts.’The novel starts on the day Mrs Curren is told that she has terminal cancer. The cancer becomes a metaphor for a country that has lost it humanity.At the outset Mrs Curren is oblivious to the extent of the cancer. Wh [...]

  • missy jean says:

    Is JM Coetzee even capable of writing a single imperfect word? Not as far as I can see. He, more than almost any other writer, makes me want to be a writer, makes me believe in the power of fiction but he also, more than almost any other writer, makes me double back upon myself in fear because I know I will never have the kind of wisdom and precision that he writes into his books.I want to read every word he has ever written.

  • Domenico Fina says:

    Le storie di Coetzee espresse in sintesi avrebbero l'interesse di una fila di martedì mattina all'ufficio del catasto, se non ci fosse Coetzee. Per esempio Età di ferro: storia di una donna sessantenne che vive sola in una cittadina del Sudafrica, siamo negli anni '80 e c'è rappresaglia ovunque. Lei è malata e si imbatte in un tale che sta peggio di lei, un taciturno con un cane, senza arte, né parte. Decide di ospitarlo a casa per il semplice fatto che non ha neppure la forza di cacciarlo. [...]

  • Mahdie says:

    جدا از روح مبارزه با تبعیض نژادی و آپرتاید در آفریقای جنوبی چیزی که در این داستان خیلی من رو در بر گرفت این بود که یک خانم مسن که قبلا لاتین در دانشگاه تدریس میکرده و صاحب تفکر و تامل بوده در کنار یک پیرمرد آواره ی الکلی که قبلا ملوانی میکرده آروم میگیره.شاید دو تا آدم وقتی به هم [...]

  • Bob Mustin says:

    An early novel in Coetzee’s list of achievements, Age of Iron, depicts the author’s distaste for apartheid, the revolution against it, and gives prescient hints of what was to come of South Africa after Mandela. Coetzee has always seemed to this reader an idealist, harping eloquently against human imperfections and the flawed institutions created by such faulty people. But he’s always seemed to know this about himself, and he’s made obvious attempts in his fiction to resolve this inner c [...]

  • Lambeam says:

    The last days of Apartheid combined with the last days of a dying woman makes for a dark dark novel in an era of dark novels. The use of a female narrator by a man always gets my antenae up. But Coetzee had so many things to say for her I found it hard to believe she was written by a he.For example when Mrs. Curran's maid leaves her for a stretch of time and later returns she reflects:"When Florence went off at the beginning of the month I asured her I could cope with the housework. But of cours [...]

  • Neal Adolph says:

    This is a wonderful, complex novel. the sort that reminds the reader why the author is so widely, highly regarded. I could not stop reading it, nightmare after nightmare. I could not stop imagining it. And the ending - the anti climatic ending - was so essential. I would love to have read this in South Africa in the late 80s, as the world was crumbling and power was so rapidly shifting. But as a Canadian who is constantly struggling with my own colonial reality, this was an instructive and terri [...]

  • Natacha Martins says:

    Este é o segundo livro que leio de J. M. Coetzee e é com este pequeno livro que Coetzee confirma que merece um lugar de destaque nas minhas estantes. Em "No Coração Desta Terra", fui surpreendida por uma personagem feminina extraordinária e difícil de esquecer. Neste "A Idade do Ferro", temos novamente uma mulher que me vai acompanhar durante uns tempos. :) Coetzee é bom com as personagens femininas, estou a ver. Aliando a isto histórias muitíssimo bem contadas, a leitura dos seus livro [...]

  • Cliff Dolph says:

    Coetzee has been on my radar for a while. A few years back, I looked over a list of Booker Prize winners and saw that he had won it twice (only one other author has done so, if I remember right). So I figured he would be worth reading.Then, preparing for the 2012-13 school year, I decided to organize my AP Literature class around stages of life, with fourth quarter being old age and death. I went hunting for titles and came across "Age of Iron." I ended up choosing "Gilead" instead, so I read "A [...]

  • Carolyn says:

    I read this book for an undergrad class in South African literature after I had taken a traditional South Africa history/politics class and had studied abroad there. I remember thinking that we should be reading literature like this in my history/poli sci classes (or maybe I should have been a literature major).Age of Iron is set in the late 1980s as apartheid is coming to a (violent) close, and it's framed as a lengthy letter from a woman dying of cancer to her daughter who had fled for America [...]

  • Eric Kirkman says:

    A solid story of the ambivalence of South Africa's intellectual elite towards the horrors of apartheid and one dying college professor's struggle to that realization.The choice of Cullen's letter to her daughter as the primary way to communicate his ideas was a bad one. They were ineffective and dull.The portions that are good in this book rise to great literature, but were diluted by the long letter monologues which watered down both the message and story.

  • Carol Peters says:

    Cancer & apartheid. Without pity. I try to imagine Trump reading this.

  • Cristina says:

    Leído en 2013.

  • Easton Smith says:

    I have been warned that one cannot tell Coetzee what is, or what is not, a novel. Well, warning-be-damned: this is barely a novel. It's an exploration of philosophical and moral concepts through the lens of a character. A character who stops in the middle of a muddy, bloody, burning village to speak to a man about her feelings on Apartheid. A character who writes a letter to her daughter that is not only two-hundred pages long, but that also include a precise and unsentimental premonition of her [...]

  • Hyperliteratura says:

    Deşi e o carte despre moarte, singurătate şi neputinţă, cuvintele ei exprimă atâta viaţă şi dragoste de viaţă, încât acum înţeleg un pic mai bine scriitura lui Coetzee. E genul care împacă două tabere extrem de diferite una de cealaltă, într-un mod impecabil. Să scrii o carte despre urâţenia lumii, din perspectiva unui personaj care se stinge sub ochii tăi, însoţit în ultimele clipe de un om al străzii care nu şi-a mai schimbat hainele de câteva luni, şi cititorul [...]

  • Zoe.Ang says:

    Cảm giác cả cuốn sách là sự vật lộn, bồi hồi giữa sự sống và cái chết, nỗi thất vọng về cuộc sống cũng như hy vọng về tương lai. Điều lạ kỳ là người đang sắp cập bến cuối của cuộc đời lại là người cuối cùng ở lại, nhìn những thứ đáng lẽ ra phải tràn đầy nhựa sống mất dần đi

  • Jose Alveo says:

    Desgarrador relato de una mujer africana en los tiempos de la dictadura en Sudáfrica (apartheid). Narrado de manera magistral por el señor Coetzee, no pudo ser mejor retratada la sociedad en tiempos difíciles, que hace pocos años dio fin a este periodo trágico en la historia de África.

  • Juan (He who reads!) Manuel says:

    The following notes were taken from this novel and I do not intend to take credit of any of them• Television. Why do I watch it? The parade of politicians every evening: I have only to see the heavy, blank faces so familiar since childhood to feel gloom and nausea. The bullies in the last row of school desks, raw-boned, lumpish boys, grown up now and promoted to rule the land. • Perhaps that is what the afterlife will be like: not a lobby with armchairs and music but a great crowded bus on i [...]

  • Lukasz Pruski says:

    I have been torn while reading J.M. Coetzee's "Age of Iron" (it is the ninth book by this author that I have read) - my reactions ranged from extreme awe to slight irritation. The novel contains so many passages of unparalleled wisdom, depth, and beauty, yet it is marred by a few instances of sermonizing preachiness.Elizabeth Curren, a professor of classics in Cape Town, South Africa, is in the last stage of terminal cancer. She finds a homeless man, Mr. Vercueil, in the alley next to her garage [...]

  • Curtis Westman says:

    Coetzee's South Africa is a segregated South Africa; a dying country bound to its fate by a crippling sickness. Just as his narrator, Mrs. Curren, is succumbing gradually to cancer, so too is her country succumbing to the cancer of Apartheid.Mrs. Curren is a self-described 'good person', a white woman angered by the state of the nation where she grew up and raised a family -- she hates the separation of race and the oppression of the black South Africans, to the point where she wishes and prays [...]

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