❴Ebook❵ ➠ The Bear Author William Faulkner – Autowiringdiagram.co

Espl Ndido Relato, Que Resume La Renuncia Del Protagonista A Una Herencia, Como Resultado De Su Negativa A Reconocer La Propiedad De Una Tierra Corrompida Por La Codicia De Sus Ocupantes Para L, El Viejo Oso Que Es Acosado Implacablemente, Es Un Anacronismo Indomable E Invencible Todas Las Obsesiones Fundamentales De La Narrativa Faulkneriana Concurren En Este Relato, Una Aut Ntica Obra Maestra


10 thoughts on “The Bear

  1. says:

    He had listened to it for years the long legend of corncribs rifled, of shotes and grown pigs and even calves carried bodily into the woods and devoured, of traps and deadfalls overthrown and dogs mangled and slain, and shotgun and even rifle charges delivered at point blank range and with no effect than so many peas blown through a tube by a boy a corridor of wreckage and destruction beginning back before he was born, through which sped, not fast but rather with the ruthless and irresistible deliberation of a locomotive, the shaggy tremendous shape.


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    Go Down, Moses ad yla 1942 de yay nlanan ve birbirleriyle alakal yedi hikayeden olu an yk kitab n n roman diyenler de var en uzun hikayesi asl nda The Bear , fakat yle nleniyor ve v l yor ki sonralar novella olarak tek ba na da bas l yor Faulkner n en iyi eseri oldu unu iddia edenlerden tutun da ekokritik edebiyat n ba tac oldu unu s yleyenlere kadar hakk nda bir ok denen ey var vg ye de er mi konu madan nce kitapta neler oldu una bakarsak Spoiler i eriyor En genel tabiriyle bir av avc hikayesi bu, Koca Ben isimli orman n en g l s bir ay var ve karakterimiz Isaac in 10 ya ndan itibaren i inde bulundu u avc lar i in adeta bir l m kal m meselesine d n m durumda Koca Ben Her y l n kas m ay nda toplan p ormana yaln zca Koca Ben i avlamaya gidiyorlar ve bu art k onlar n dini bir rit eli haline gelmi gibi Kitab n ba lar nda Isaac ya k k oldu u i in hen z ay y avlamaya gidemiyor fakat geri gelmelerini beklerkenki d nceleri kitab n ana temas n olu turuyor Herkesin ay n n l ml oldu unu ummas na ra men i ten i e l ms z oldu una inand n , yine ay y ld remeden geleceklerini, zaten kimsenin bunu istemedi ini, ormana yaln zca y ll k t renlerini tamamlamaya gitti ini d n yor Gidi lerini tam olarak u s zlerle tan ml yor Isaac Faulkner Koca ay n n fkeli l ms zl ne yap lan y ll k t ren tap nma Bu ekilde y llar ge iyor ve Isaac bu t rene kat lacak ya a geliyor Y llar n verdi i yaralanlamalar ve yorgunluk ile ay art k eskisi kadar g l de il ve ger ekten de bir g n ay ya bana g re hikayenin en nemli ikinci karakteri Boon ld r c darbeyi vuruyor Fakat kitab n doruk noktas gibi g z ken bu sahnesi hi beklendi i gibi ger ekle miyor, sessiz ve sakince, sanki bir eyler yanl m gibi Ard ndan Isaac daha da b y yor, kitab n sonlar na do ru b t n c mlelerin, eylemlerin, noktalama i aretlerinin kar t bir b l mde kitab n manas n ortaya karan toprak ve insan d ncelerini okuyoruz Faulkner dan Kitap ay y ld ren Boon un Isaac a ormandaki sincaplar ellememesi i in ba r yla sonlan yor.Burada elbette muazzam bir alegori var Ay l ms z, yenilmez nitelikleriyle do ay sembolize ediyor, avc lar m z ise do an n avc s olan insanl Do ay kontrol etme iste i insano lunun, yle bir hal al yor ki g d lerin n ne ge iyor ve insan kontrol etmeye ba l yor Fakat nihayetinde bunu ba ard klar nda ortaya kan sonu pek de iyi olmuyor, verilen onca kay p ve z nt ler ki iyi d ncelere sevk ediyor Isaac burada bana g re bir peygamber g revi g r yor, her eye tan kl k etmi , karlar ve hatalar g rm , olgun de ilken ses karamam olanlara fakat olgunla t nda d ncelerini, herkese kar olarak, ortaya koymu , toprak ve k le sahipli ini kesin olarak reddeden, dini simgeleyen bir karakter nsan Tanr n n kendi varl n d nyada temsil etsin diye yaratt n s yl yor, topra a ve di er insanlara sahip olsun diye de il Ve istemiyor ona kalan miras , onun istedi i orman son bir kez g rmek yaln zca, z r dilemek i in de il belki ama, h zn n g stermek i in en az ndan Fakat de i tiremiyor hi bir eyi elbette, bunu da b y k bir ustal kla g z m ze arp t yor Faulkner Boon karakteri ile Hani u ay y ld ren, do ay kontrol etmeyi ba aranlar var ya Bir kere alm bunun tad n , g z d nm bu noktadan sonra, Isaac a ba r yor, defolmas n s yl yor bu ormandan Birine bile dokunamazs n Benim onlar Spoiler bitiyor Tan mlamam gerekirse bu kitab , g zel bir sanat eseri derim Sade, arp c , binlerce sayfal k kitaplara e de er ve olmas gerekti i kadar zor ve en nemlisi kitaplar n b y k o unlu unun aksine bir sanat eseri Faulkner a apka karmak gerekiyor ger ekten yinin k t n n d nda, edebiyat nas l yap l r g steriyor herkese.


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    Read this as part of Go Down, Moses For some reason, I m not sure, I think I ve read this before in college I think I m getting confused with either a Carson McCullers or Flannery O Connor short story The first few pages of this seemed like I ve read this before, but I don t think I m right.


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    This 100 page story is comprised of two narratives one is of the 4 year hunt for Old Ben, a legendary bear walking around with bullets under its skin, old and wise and smarter than the hunters and all their dogs, until Ike, the protagonist, and the mutt Lion come along The other one, inserted like a 30 page footnote in the middle of the hunting story, is about Ike s heritage his parentage and their various sins and shameful deeds and his overall legacy of the South and its burdensome history and of the land, the earth which he tries to become worthy of by repudiating his unearned ownership of it one forced on him and marked with dishonour.I m sorry to say I didn t do the story justice I was absent minded, I wasn t in it, I kept counting the pages until I would be done with it It was only at the very end that I stopped fidgeting long enough to get into the written word a little bit and noticed how gorgeous the prose was I imagine all the rest of it layers, meanings, intertextual and cultural references, symbolism, etc flew right over my head.What I did get by my grudging engagement with the text was that it s not just about hunting, and not just about the obvious symbolism of the bear hunt as a passage into manhood, but also about the fading laws of the land conquered and ravaged by the white man, the weight of past sins, the struggle to remain honourable when you re the heir and inheritor of unspeakable vileness, the long path to renouncing what you ve been taught and raised to be in order to sink back into the condition nature and God intended for you It s an emphatically spiritual story.Perhaps some day, when I m old and solitary and instead of spending all my time online I d spend it with nature, I ll read it again and really read it that time.


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    Conoc a Faulkner en la facultad cuando curse literatura norteamericana le Intruso en el polvo y algunos cuentos En ese momento me gust much simo pero no tuve oportunidad de leer nada m s de l Investigando un poco no tanto, en esta poca no es demasiado dif cil le que Faulkner era, junto a Joyce, uno de los maestros del monologo interno y de los que llevaban al m ximo la cuesti n del fluir de la consciencia Con lo poco que hab a le do de Faulkner, no pod a afirmar esto pero, ahora, luego de leer este relato, no me cabe ninguna duda que est al mismo nivel de demencia narrativa que Joyce.Este peque o relato es sublime y est repleto de temas muy faulknerianos la posesi n de las tierras, las cuestiones raciales esclavitud , el incesto y los lazos familiares corruptos todos son tem ticas muy propias del genio sure o Todo se desarrolla en los bosques del ficticio condado de Yoknapatawpha y la historia comienza hilvan ndose a trav s del temerario, inmortal y sabio Old Ben, el oso que nunca pod a ser cazado el oso inmortal Pero esto queda casi relegado cuando llegamos al cuarto cap tulo, donde Faulkner muestra todo su delirio narrativo y nos empapa de sus reflexiones acerca de la posesi n de la tierra, Dios, los ancestros, la esclavitud y otras tantas cosas m s que se me perdieron en el desquiciado fluir de la consciencia Necesitar a al menos una relectura del cuarto cap tulo para comprender muchas m s cosas que se me escaparon.


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    Leyendo este extenso relato he sufrido desagradables flash backs de los peores momentos de Absalom, Absalom Los primeros tres cap tulos los encuentro interesantes, pero tras el cuarto me parece ilegible Es despu s de dejar atr s los hechos de la cacer a y centrarse en una herencia que aparece el Faulkner que prefiere aparentar grandeza por encima de escribir algo grande A toda costa se ha de notar que est haciendo algo muy, muy complicado y por eso, por capricho, las frases se extienden a lo largo de varias p ginas, las digresiones son abundantes, arbitrarias y aburridas y la p tina b blica del tono es de lo m s empachosa No encuentro una finalidad a todo ese circo de alta literatura Prefiero al de Luz de Agosto , d nde pone sus cualidades al servicio del relato y no al rev s Ese Faulkner abstruso y pretencioso tambi n aparece en la mencionada Absalom, Absalom , sin embargo, si en esa novela puede concederle el beneficio de la duda dado que pude asimilarlo a grandes rasgos, eso no ocurre en El oso, d nde no estoy seguro de lo que ocurre ni a qui n Cuanto menos me ha sido til de cara a comprender que jam s he de leer Desciende, Mois s ni ning n otro de sus libros con referencias b blicas en el t tulo.


  8. says:

    Read for English Literature 101, SPU, 1980 my first college course I will NEVER FORGET Dr Fanny Gates reading excerpts for the class with her enthusiasm for this author and this particular work, her fabulous sensibility, and her amazing Deep South accent unforgettable perfection I can even remember how gorgeously she enunciated the word literature The things we take from college and the things we don t I confess to recalling very little of the book


  9. says:

    this story remind me the old man and the sea in both stories there is a goal in this story different people are united for one reason we feel life and nature from this story and I think one of the idea is eternity as well, when at the end of the story it is said that Seam and Loma are not dead, they lived in nature in leaves and so on


  10. says:

    l us la sangre que hab a llevado el mal para destruir el mal lo mismo que los m dicos provocaron la fiebre para quitar la fiebre ,el veneno para matar el veneno