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  • Clara Mondschein's Melancholia
  • Anne Raeff
  • English
  • 12 June 2020
  • 9781931561167

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Clara Mondschein's Melancholia Free read ´ 7 Anne Raeff ¿ 7 Review Review Clara Mondschein's Melancholia Tommy a patient at the AIDS hospice where she volunteers Through the alternating narratives of Deborah and Mrs Mondschein Clara Mondschein's Melancholia depicts the lives of three generations of women as both daughter and mother attempt to make sense of Clara's melancholia and the historical events that profoundly affected them all While the novel is set in mid 1990s New York and suburban New Jersey Deborah's and Mrs Mondschein's stories move thro. Tre donne si raccontano sullo sfondo l Olocausto Madre figlia e nipote dalle personalit ben diverse in comune l a per la musica I capitoli del libro si alternano dapprima Ruth un anziana signora ebrea cresciuta a Vienna sopravvissuta ai campi di concentramento ora a New York poi la sedicenne Deborah la nipote di Ruth residente nel New Jersey violoncellista Entrambe si raccontano in contesti diversi Entrambe raccontano di Clara la vera protagonista del romanzo la figlia della prima la madre della seconda Clara ha una personalit complessa periodicamente si chiude in una stanza non mangia non dorme non si lava non vive Unico spiraglio di luce dalla sua depressione la musica di DeborahLibro per me complesso ho faticato parecchio a entrare nel romanzo uando parla Ruth inizialmente tutto scorreva senza difficolt mentre trovavo la giovane Deborah pi difficile da seguire Da una parte poi l esperienza difficile di Ruth il suo primo marito la condizione della donna tra le due guerre Karl il campo di concentramento mi hanno colpito in maniera particolare Dall altra Deborah una ragazza che non si nota come pi volte dice ma per me estremamente interessante uasi da ammirare per la sua arte i suoi pensieri il difficile rapporto cpon la madre complicato dalla malattia di lei Ci sono tante cose da ricordare e annotare su uesto libro Tommy il comandante George Mercedes Marisol gli scorci di Madrid tante atmosfere tanti pensieri Tocca corde molto profonde

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I loved this book and didn t want it to come to an end so immersed had I become in the world of these characters Clara Mondschein s Melancholia is a rich and textured portrait of three generations of women all formed in one way or another by the dark history of the 20th century Ruth the grandmother is a Jew who survived the Holocaust Her daughter Clara was born in a concentration camp and has never overcome the depression that surely began in her first weeks of life Deborah Clara s daughter is a young woman coming of age in 1980s suburban New Jersey a place that is far from antiseptic although it sometimes seems so on the surface Raeff deftly weaves the stories of the three generations together suggesting how the teenage Deborah is tied to forces that took shape long before her birthMy sympathies were firmly with Deborah whose life is at first overshadowed by the suffering of the older generations Yet Deborah has her own multi colored multi dimensional reality enriched by her love of music When the adult world becomes too much for her she takes her cello into the New Jersey woods and plays just for herself and the birdsLater when she and her parents visit Madrid Deborah hangs out alone in the bars of Lavapi s and befriends an aging alcoholic Irishman who provides her with a devil may care perspective that her own family lacks At one point Deborah and the Irishman set off on a misconceived ambling trip to Avila during the heat of the day one of the most memorable and amusing scenes in the book The humor in this novel is not laugh out loud comedy rather it s a uiet droll humor that will leave you smiling and musing long after you finish the last page Although her subject matter is sometimes heavy Raeff writes with a light touch Rather like the ing nues of Chekhov Raeff s teenage character brings a gust of youthful innocence into Old World darkness Body Learning An Introduction to the Alexander Techniue in a concentration camp like my mother Samuel Rhea Nur ein Augenblick instead of Ruprecht Von Kaufmann Arbeiten 2005 2006 in boring Englewood Hospital I used to Irreführung der Behörden imagine all the prisoners crying mutely with joy while my grandmother lay swallowing her screams so the guards wouldn't hear So writes Deborah Gelb the teenage daughter of the title character The Fishermen in her opening chapter Deborah's voice Handover is complemented by that of Ruth Mondschein Clara's mother who recounts her life story to. 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