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By Carlo Levi Margriet Agricola | Comments: ( 408 ) | Date: ( Jun 06, 2020 )

Autobiografisch getint relaas van de ervaringen van een in 1935 naar een bergdorp in Zuid Itali verbannen dokter en schilder met de tweedeling tussen notabelen en boeren.

  • Title: Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli
  • Author: Carlo Levi Margriet Agricola
  • ISBN: 9789027468055
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Carlo Levi Margriet Agricola

Carlo Levi was an Italian Jewish painter, writer, activist, anti fascist, and doctor.He is best known for his book, Cristo si fermato a Eboli Christ Stopped at Eboli , published in 1945 a memoir of his time spent in exile in Lucania, Italy, after being arrested in connection with his political activism In 1979, the book became the basis of a movie of the same name, directed by Francesco Rosi Lucania, now called Basilicata, is historically one of the poorest and most backward regions of the impoverished Italian south Levi s lucid, non ideological and sympathetic description of the daily hardships experienced by the local peasants helped to propel the Problem of the South into national discourse after the end of the World War II.

Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli by Carlo Levi Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers In werd arts, auteur en schilder Carlo Le Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli beschrijft een werkelijk heid van meer dan een halve eeuw geleden Veel is inmiddels ver anderd, maar zeker niet alles Voor de meeste Italianen en zeker voor Nederlanders en Vlamingen blijft de streek rond Aliano nog steeds vreemd en wezenlijk anders Levi s boek helpt ons dit an Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli Ciao tutti Apr , In Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli doet Levi verslag van zijn verblijf in Gagliano, een dorpje dat in werkelijkheid Aliano heet Het ligt ver weg van alle verbindingswegen in Lucania, een streek in de Zuid Italiaanse regio Basilicata, die al sinds mensenheugenis bekendstaat vanwege de gebrekkige economische en culturele ontwikkeling. Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli van Carlo Levi Boeken Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli heeft iets ironisch, humoristisch en potisch En vooral, Levi wist hoe je een verhaal vertelt De uitgave van Nieuw Amsterdam is overigens pure verwennerij Het bevat een voorwoord En verklarende voetnoten, die staan waar ze moeten staan, namelijk in de nabijheid van het te verklaren woord. Hebreen HTB Christus kwam als mens Daarom moeten Christus kwam als mens Daarom moeten wij heel aandachtig luisteren naar de waarheid die wij hebben gehoord, anders zullen wij ervan vervreemd raken Boodschappen die God via engelen stuurde, zijn altijd betrouwbaar gebleken Wie die niet gehoorzaamde, werd gestraft Hoe durven wij dan te denken dat wij de straf zullen ontlopen, als wij geen ernst maken met de geweldige redding die door Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli Geloof niet alles De reden voor dit bezoek is het boek Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli van Carlo Levi, dat hij een van de hoogtepunten in de literatuur van de e eeuw noemt Hierdoor werd ik wel nieuwsgierig naar dit boek Toen ik het boek van Paul Theroux nog aan het lezen was, kwam Traktaten vol kippenmest NRC De film Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli van Francesco Rosi is bekender dan het boek dat eraan ten grondslag lag Carlo Levi s vijftig jaar oude klassieker blijkt in een nieuwe Danil, hoofdstuk Christus kwam tot Daniel om te Christus is voor de wereld tot leven f tot oordeel Danil vers , Ik, Danil, ik alleen zag dat visioen, maar de mannen die bij mij waren, zagen dat visioen niet.Er viel echter een grote verschrikking op hen en zij sloegen op de vlucht om zich te verbergen. altijdeenboek Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli Carlo Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli is gebaseerd op zijn dagboeknotities uit die tijd Het is op de eerste plaats een persoonlijk verslag van zijn ervaringen in die periode Hij komt er oog in oog te staan met een algemene toestand van verarming en verwaarlozing.

Comments Christus kwam niet verder dan Eboli

  • Laura

    You know how once in a while you run into a book that's so good you don't want it to end, so you draw read it very slowly, drawing it out? For me, this was one of those books.Christ Stopped at Eboli is the story of Levi's year living in Basilicata, in the south of Italy, where Mussolini exiled him for anti-Fascist activities. Levi, who was a doctor by training but a painter by trade, lived among a population mostly composed of peasants, along with a few run-of-the-mill bureaucrats. The book is a [...]

  • Tom Tabasco

    Carlo Levi was sent in exile to a Southern Italian village (current name Aliano) in the mid 1930's as a political prisoner because of his anti-fascism. This book is his recollection of one of the three years he spent there. The village is very small, isolated, and ridden with misery and illness. What could have been a dreadfully boring memoir becomes a beautiful, poetic work of art under the artistic sensitivity of Mr Levi's pen. What gives the book a true soul, and really elevates it, is the [...]

  • Jacob Overmark

    I would have liked to meet Carlo Levi.Despite being held a political prisoner in the blooming Fascism days of the mid-thirties Italy, he did not turn sour. At least not in his rendering of one year in one of the most rural areas of Italy.Not that he in any way withheld his stand against Fascism and how the new “state religion” left its mark on the country, but he made a point of meeting friend and foe with an open mind.Eboli, where once the train tracks parted, never to reach into the rural [...]

  • Jan-Maat

    Christ stopped at Eboli, down on the coast, up the in the hills the world remains pre-Christian. This is the author's account of life in one of those hill villages while in internal exile under the fascists.Levi presents most of the villagers as being so isolated from the mainstream of Italian culture that they have a pre-christian or pagan mentality or weltanschauung. For example at Christmas the poor people give presents to the rich - unlike in the Bible story were the Kings give presents to t [...]

  • Evan

    "Nothing had ever come [from Rome] but the tax collector and speeches over the radio."In Christ Stopped at Eboli, Carlo Levi describes a place that time forgot as beautifully as one could possibly describe such a place; a place so misbegotten and forlorn and godless that Christ himself, so the legend went, stopped at another town and came no further. Levi is the nominal protagonist of the book, since this is his memoir of one-year in 1935-1936 in Aliano, Italy, (renamed Gagliano in the book) as [...]

  • K.D. Absolutely

    A wonderfully written book about the sorry condition in Southern Italy before the onset of WWII by an anti-fascist Italian writer, journalist, artist and doctor, Carlo Levi (1902-1975). This is the type of book that you tend to hold on to each word because the writing is so beautiful that you would not want the story to end. Adding to this is the fact that this novel or memoir was actually written as a protest to Benito "Il Duce" Mussolini's (1883-1945) government.The title refers to the what th [...]

  • Anna [Floanne]

    Una scrittura fuori dal tempo, la cui bellezza non invecchia mai.

  • Inderjit Sanghera

    The same sonorous, self-effacing style, along with a startling profundity and wisdom, is imbued in the works of Carlos Levi as with his illustrious namesake, Primo. 'Christ Stopped at Eboli' follows the exile of Carlo Levi to the remote villages of 'Grassano' and 'Gagliano' in the Italian south. Carlo captures the wretched, hopeless cadence of the peasant's lives, discarded by government, disregarded by society, their existence is punctuated by a deep sense of desolation. Not only is the book [...]

  • Richard Newton

    A wonderful, evocative read. The description of the peasant society Levi, as a political prisoner, was exiled to live in. It can be read as a shocking reflection on poverty, exploitation and politics. But mostly it is a beautiful memoire of a culture and a people. What makes it so good is Levi never judges or belittles local beliefs. He just states them as the ways things were. He generally avoids judgement or solution apart from one short analysis towards the end of the book and his general ton [...]

  • Ellie

    Christ Stopped at Eboli: The Story of a Year is book that is difficult to classify. It is the story, novelized but real, of author Carlo Levi, a non-practicing doctor and full-time painter who was an Italian political prisoner, sent by the fascist government in power at that time to Gagliano, a village in the poverty-stricken area of southern Italy where the peasants are starving (although taxed non-the-less) and the countryside is bleak beyond belief. Levi, a painter, renders the stark landscap [...]

  • Buck

    I “know” Italian in the same way I “know” how to cook, throw a punch or pleasure a woman orally. Meaning, I get by, but the results are not always flattering to my self-esteem. Which is why it’s taken me three months to read the first half of Levi’s charming little memoir. And now the library wants it back. Christ stopped at Eboli; Buck stopped on page 150. We’re both slackers.I think I might love this book, though. We’ve agreed to meet at the train station in Vienna in six month [...]

  • Sinem A.

    keşke Carlo Levi nin daha çok kitabı olsa Türkçe de Uzun zamandır bu kadar gerçekçi olup da bu kadar masalsı anlatan bir yazar ile karşilaşmamıştım İtalya. . bize ne kadar çok benziyorsun

  • Dhanaraj Rajan

    Let me state the verdict first: A fantastic read.This book is supposed to be a memoir. But each chapter can be read as a short story. Carlo Levi was sent to a village in the southern most tip of Italy as a political prisoner in the years 1935 - 1936. His crime was being against the Fascist regime. Being a man from North Italy (Turin) the life in the south Italy was a different experience. And later he narrated his life in south Italy in writing and that has become a masterpiece. And I too agree [...]

  • Elizabeth

    I think this might be the perfect memoir. Soulful, poetic, and in the end so rarely about the author himself. With an anthropological eye he examines the many facets of the "exotic" land to which he has been exiled--southern Italy in 1935: preChristian, he calls it, feudal. Caveat: There is much to discuss and argue about in this book, not the least of which is his pronouncement of his Gramscian political solutions to the endemic poverty he discovers in Lucania, in the second to last chapter of [...]

  • Bfisher

    I had been meaning to read this book ever since I read Paul Theroux's The Pillars of Hercules about twenty years ago, where Theroux described his visit to the village where Levi had been exiled, and which Levi had memorialized in Christ Stopped At Eboli.This is a wonderful story of how often so little really changes in the countryside, especially the relationships between the peasants and their would-be rulers. It also has quite a bit to say about the often pointless oppressions of the modern st [...]

  • Frahorus

    L'intellettuale torinese Carlo Levi, convinto antifascista, viene messo al confino in Lucania. Siamo nel 1935. Qui, nel paese di Aliano, scoprirà l'umanità contadina del mezzogiorno, vivrà con una popolazione da sempre vissuta ai margini della storia, dimenticata e rimasta sepolta per millenni sotto il peso dell'ingiustizia sociale e dell'indifferenza politica."- Noi non siamo cristiani, - essi dicono, - Cristo si è fermato a Eboli - . Cristiano vuol dire, nel loro linguaggio, uomo [] Noi no [...]

  • Andrei Tamaş

    Descrierea exilului unui doctor în timpul Italiei fasciste. Narațiune la persoana I. Dialogul lipsește aproape cu desăvârșire, fiind deci o confesiune lăuntrică. Din această confesiune nu se înțelege însă caracterul anti-fascist al naratorului (căci mă gândesc că așa ar trebui să fie). Conchid că nu vrea să ofere cititorului decât o morală conform căreia nu te poți împotrivi niciunui regim politic totalitar, fiind nevoit să îl accepți și -ca remediu- să admiri frum [...]

  • Gattalucy

    Mai così lontani dallo statoDopo aver letto “Furore” e le vicissitudini della massa dei piccoli proprietari terrieri mandati in miseria dal nuovo latifondo negli stato uniti degli anni '30, un'amica anobiana mi aveva consigliato di rileggermi “Cristo si è fermato ad Eboli” per fare il confronto coi cafoni del nostro meridione.Così, rileggendolo 40 anno dopo, ho maledetto la scuola, che mi costrinse allora a leggere questo libro bellissimo così in fretta e furia, oppressa dai ritmi di [...]

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    569. Christ Stopped at Eboli – Carlo Leviآنها می‌گویند: «ما مسیحی نیستم. مسیح در ابولی متوقف ماند.» مسیحی در زبان آنها یعنی آدم. و جمله ضرب‌المثل‌گونه‌ای را که بارها شنیده‌ام تکرار می‌کنند که شاید چیزی بیش از بیان یک احساس ناامیدانه ناشی از حقارت نیست. «ما مسیحی نیستم، آدم نیستم، آدم به حسا [...]

  • Vanni Santoni

    ecco un altro libro che al liceo avevo schivato accuratamente reputandolo una palla e ovviamente mi sbagliavo di grosso. Si tratta di un capolavoro clamoroso (e per nulla palloso), inutile spendere altre parole

  • Emily

    Συλλεκτικό, αγαπημένο βιβλίο με εξαιρετική μετάφραση από τη Ρίτα Μπούμη Παππά.Αναγνωστική απόλαυση.

  • Douglas Dalrymple

    In addition to being superbly well written (and translated), Carlo Levi’s book succeeds in achieving what only the best non-fiction does: it educates your feeling for human possibilities and expands your capacity for wonder. Levi says that he was tutored by his housekeeper in peasant magic while exiled in Lucania; I think this book is proof that he gained considerable proficiency.

  • Moshtagh ghurdarvazi

    کتاب مسیح هرگز به اینجا نرید یا میح در ابولی متوقف مان کتابیت راوی گونه از اقامت تقریبا دو ساله ی یک پزشک و نقاش و روشنفکر و مبارز ضد فاشیست در تبعیدکتاب ماجراهای مردم بخشی ک شخص نقاش در ان بسر میبرد را نقل میکند و به زیبایی و شیوایی مردم ساده دل روستا را به تصویر میکشد مردمی روس [...]

  • Cemressa

    "İsa Bu Köye Uğramadı" adıyla Türkçe'ye çevrilen harika bir köy anlatısı olmuş. Tıpkı köylerde zamanın ağır ağır aktığı gibi ağır okunan bir kitap oldu. Kitap İtalya'nın yokluk ve hastalıkla kuşatılmış bir köyünde kilise-halk, devlet-vatandaş, köylü-politikacı, doğa-insan ilişkisini bir siyasi sürgünün gözünden anlatıyor. Bu kitabı bana öneren uygulaması on ikiden vurmuş diyebilirim.

  • LauraT

    Capolavoro assoluto della letteratura Italiana, non capisco come si potesse pensare - quend'erme giovani! - di farlo leggere ai ragazzi delle medie. E' di un tale spessore che ci vogliono anni di letture per apprezzarlo - e non credo di averlo neanche fatto a pieno

  • Kevin Tole

    A little gem. Beautifully written. Poetry, autobiography, travelogue, political and social observation. You have to remember that even as late as 1936 Italy, in particular the south, was little beyond a feudal state. The ramifications of 'nationhood' hardly touched the peasant way of life which pervades this autobiographical sketch by Carlo Levi. You also need to realise the ravages of disease, particularly malaria, in a countryside where doctors were infrequent and medicines in short supply and [...]

  • Elenapetulia

    "questa fraternità passiva, questo patire insieme, questa rassegnata, solidale, secolare pazienza è il profondo sentimento comune dei contadini, legame non religioso, ma naturale. Essi non hanno, ne' possono avere, quello che si usa chiamare coscienza politica perché sono, in tutti sensi del termine, pagani, non cittadini: gli dei dello Stato e della città non possono avere spazio culto tra queste argille dove regna il lupo e l'antico, nero cinghiale, né alcun moro separa il mondo degli uom [...]

  • Fede

    Crudo e magico ritratto della Lucania nella sua arretratezza e solitudine ma anche orgogliosa fierezza sullo sfondo della dittatura fascista e della guerra di Etiopia, il tutto reso ancora più valente dal racconto in prima persona dell'autore, protagonista dei fatti narrati. C. Levi incanta non solo con la descrizione dei paesaggi della Basilicata ma anche nel delineare e nel dare spicco a questi protagonisti della vita del comune di Gagliano, anonimi ma allo stesso tempo definiti e peculiari.D [...]

  • Richard

    A wise, sympathetic, beautifully written (and excellently translated) account of a year spent in forced exile in poverty-stricken southern Italy. Levi's prose is poetic and gently ironic, but never haughty or pretentious. His descriptions of the pagan, animistic worldview of the peasants are among the best things I've read in recent memory.

  • dehorsmaisdedans

    Nel suo patito esilio antifascista, Levi si affaccia, costretto, agli ultimi, quelli e quelle che vivono dehors du temps, che era (è?) nazionalizzazione, patriottismo, burocrazia, potere (meschino), benessere economico e statura sociale. Con questi e queste diseredate del meridione Levi vive, convive, condivide e, se non se convince, tuttavia inevitabilmente le compenetra. Il risultato è un ritratto a tratti distaccato e scioccato, ma schietto, umile, persino addolorato: c'è la compassione ch [...]

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