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God Was Born In Exile
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God Was Born In Exile Vintilă Horia God Was Born in Exile French Dieu est n en exil is a novel by Romanian author Vintil Horia, for which he was awarded the Prix Goncourt in 1960.The novel s narrator is Ovid, the Roman poet, and this apocryphal work is rather similar to Marguerite Yourcenar s M moires d Hadrien in which Yourcenar writes the Roman emperor Hadrian s m moires.In God Was Born in Exile, OviGod Was Born in Exile French Dieu est n en exil is a novel by Romanian author Vintil Horia, for which he was awarded the Prix Goncourt in 1960.The novel s narrator is Ovid, the Roman poet, and this apocryphal work is rather similar to Marguerite Yourcenar s M moires d Hadrien in which Yourcenar writes the Roman emperor Hadrian s m moires.In God Was Born in Exile, Ovid covers the last eight years of his life, when he was exiled to Tomis, an Ancient Roman colony in Scythia Minor This novel adopts the form of a diary, divided into eight chapters each of which corresponds to a year of exile that reveal the steps of a progressive maturation, or a conversion of sorts.. God Was Born In Exile God Was Born in Exile French Dieu est n en exil is a novel by Romanian author Vintil Horia for which he was awarded the Prix Goncourt in The novel s narrator is Ovid the Roman poet and this ap
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    1. Alina Cătărău says:

      Dumnezeu s a n scut n exil se ncadreaz n categoria romanului jurnal deoarece con ine nt mpl ri i tr iri ale poetului Ovidiu exilat la Tomis Pe l ng tema exilului, remarc m tema reg sirii de sine i a autorevela iei, deoarece poetul se autoanalizeaz pe parcursul celor opt ani de exil El se dezice de via a sa plin de pl ceri de la Roma, de zeii vicio i, pe care i c ntase n Metamorfoze i ncepe s devin o persoan spiritual cu ajutorul prietenilor s i daci, a c l toriilor n Dacia i a relat rilor medicu [...]

    2. Ginny_1807 says:

      Chiudo gli occhi per vivere Per uccidere, anche Con uno degli incipit pi potenti e suggestivi della storia letteraria esordisce questa sorta di diario apocrifo del poeta Ovidio, condannato all esilio dall imperatore Augusto con l accusa di corrompere con la sua poesia la giovent romana Libro fuori del comune, di una bellezza grandiosa, ma raffinata e discreta di stampo classico sorprendentemente calato nella individualit del personaggio e nel clima culturale della sua epoca e, al tempo stesso, a [...]

    3. S©aP says:

      Vivere di ricordi, come faccio in questo periodo dell anno, un privarsi della vita, un consumare le proprie riserve, invece di impegnarsi in nuovi fatti o imprese Gli eroi invecchiano tardissimo, perch non smettono mai di darsi da fare, di creare avvenimenti La loro vecchiaia breve ed essi crollano di colpo, sotto il peso dei ricordi Giunto al termine della quinta rilettura in 35 anni di questo romanzo bellissimo, continuo a non sapermi esprimere in maniera adatta, su di esso Ne possiedo due cop [...]

    4. Claudia Serbanescu says:

      Ar fi fost o carte bine scrisa, o poveste frumoasa, dar am cedat la pagina 128 din cauza intoxicatiei masive cu daco geto filie Ca sa nu zic patie Este o meditatie melancolica despre suferinta si revelatia Divinitatii in singuratate si exil In anul 9 d.Hr, poetul Ovidius Naso este exilat de Imparatul Augustus in orasul Tomis de la Pontul Euxin Cartea este construita ca un jurnal apocrif al poetului pe parcursul celor 8 ani de exil in friguroasele tinuturi litorale, unde, de altfel, si a gasit sf [...]

    5. Octavian says:

      I picked this one because it won the Goncourt in 1960, one of the most prestigious prizes in France, along Prix de l Academie and Femina It is given to the most imaginative work of the year I have to say that I was impressed that a Romanian author and a pretty obscure one won it Proust, Simone de Beauvoir, Michel Tournier, Malraux, Mondiano are just some of the previous winnersAbout the bookobably if you like the Roman poet Ovid or if you re interested in the history of the Roman Empire or Dacia [...]

    6. Alex.Rosetti says:

      Dac dup primele aproximativ 90 de pagini am crezut c am descoperit varianta romaneasca a volumului Memoriile lui Hadrian Marguerite Yourcenar, ulterior a urmat dezastrul un amalgam dezamagitor de protocronism sau dacomanie, Miorita, romani tradatori, Zamolxis precursor al crestinismului si Kogaionul aflat mai sus de Ramnicu Sarat Pacat Cea mai mare dezamagire din ultimii ani Ovidiu nu merita asa ceva ps Am inteles ca a fost un scandal cu Premiul Goncourt acordat cartii, intrucat autorul fusese l [...]

    7. Jane says:

      In this novel, Ovid is an exile on the Black Sea in Tomis and this, his journal, recounts his eight years there We see him from his first year, where he hates the place, is resentful, and writes fawning, groveling poems to Augustus, pleading for the emperor to rescind his order the Tristia to his last year where he has found the existence of a town far from Tomis where his Dacian friends and other Romans, mostly deserters from the hard life of the army, now live and farm the land in freedom He h [...]

    8. Olivia says:

      D primant, pensif et un peu arrogant une repr sentation parfaite de l humeur probable du po te mais qui n gale pas son charme ce qui ne m rite pas de reproches c est une t che impossible.

    9. Caroline says:

      A nice character development I like how we through Ovid see the Getae and Dacians on their own terms, just as people and places Horia simply presents these in straightforward prose without hammering home how the story is historical or the setting is barbarian , features that are all too common in historical fiction thinking of Follett He presents us with a subversive idea of Rome, the Rome we couldn t possibly see through the surviving elite literature, which is very romantic but at the same tim [...]

    10. Elida8593 says:

      Uno dei libri pi belli che abbia mai letto Riesce ad esplorare le parti pi profonde ed intime dell anima di una persona Il narratore Ovidio, che racconta, attraverso il suo diario personale, otto anni del suo esilio a Tomi Nel raccontare le sue vicende ci pone davanti ad interrogativi e riflessioni che sono ancora attuali nonostante il libro sia stato scritto nel 1960 e sia ambientato tra l 8 ed il 16 d.C , ma lo fa senza paroloni o ragionamenti astrusi, semplicemente ponendoci davanti all evide [...]

    11. Antonio Gallo says:

      Conservo questo libro con la data di Marzo 80 Tra le sue pagine ho ritrovato un foglio autografo scritto dall editore F gola di Torino Scritto su carta sottile, tipo india scrittura a mano, corsivo dei tempi andati, inchiostro blu, Mario F gola scriveva di aver bisogno di tanti prof Gallo in tutta Italia per far conoscere i suoi libri Son passati quasi trenta anni e rileggo con piacere sia la lettera che Horia e Ovidio Poi scopro che su aNobii siamo in due ad avere sullo scaffale virtuale il lib [...]

    12. Ion says:

      Un amalgam destul de bine alc tuit de istorii i istorisiri ceea ce tim despre daci, ceea ce ne nchipuim despre i cum i idealiz m pe daci, Roma din timpul lui Ovidiu, pove ti de dragoste ale unui poet v rstnic cu diverse fete tinere de la marginea imperiului, via a de la sat mai mult cea din vremea autorului dec t cea din vremea lui Ovidiu , o poveste original cred despre un c rciumar grec i necazul lui n dragoste, toate astea printre g ndurile lui Ovidiu despre Augustus, dictatorul, despre via a [...]

    13. Սոնա Մալինցյան says:

      Il s agit d un livre qui est tout fait original et tr s int ressant Le th me de l exil est tr s f cond Ici dans ce livre il est exploit d une mani re magistrale m me si vers la fin, dans les derni res ann es d Ovide, l auteur semble prouver quelques difficult s trouver une issue malgr tout heureux son h ros Ovide est l , l exil , perdu au bout du monde Il note ses derni res amours, les v nements auxquels il assiste Mais surtout, il nous fait assister son volution int rieure, et c est l mouvant.

    14. Alexandre Piccolo says:

      Li a tradu o para o portugu s N o l grande coisa, a mistura de sentimentos crist os e n o s o poucos com os valores duma antiguidade latina que desconhecemos ou que se imagina apenas pelos textos, em especial os de Ov dio, na trama do romance n o foi das melhores realiza es liter rias Talvez porque eu insistia na compara o, enquanto lia o romance, com Mem rias de Adriano , esse sim um livro excepcional.

    15. Óscar Méndez says:

      Este es un libro que si te paetece leer sobre la melancol a y el olvido de la tierra y la familia, te encantar Est cargado de una agon a en cada p gina Ovidio se muesta m s que como un mortal, como un moribundo 11 10

    16. Alisu' says:

      Unui discipol care l a ntrebat odat c nd e timpul cel mai potrivit pentru dragoste, Pitagora i a r spuns C nd vrei s devii mai slab dec t ai fost.

    17. arcobaleno says:

      Consigliato daScaP

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