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Tabachera din Bagombo By Kurt Vonnegut Peter Reed Alexandra Coliban Tabachera din Bagombo Tabachera din Bagombo reune te povestirile favorite ale lui Kurt Vonnegut din anii de dup r zboi publicate n periodice care i dezv luie inconfundabila voce ntunecat subversiv Uneori extravagante
  • Title: Tabachera din Bagombo
  • Author: Kurt Vonnegut Peter Reed Alexandra Coliban
  • ISBN: 9789736896904
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tabachera din Bagombo By Kurt Vonnegut Peter Reed Alexandra Coliban Tabachera din Bagombo reune te povestirile favorite ale lui Kurt Vonnegut din anii de dup r zboi, publicate n periodice, care i dezv luie inconfundabila voce ntunecat , subversiv Uneori extravagante, alteori absurde, de cele mai multe ori amuzante, tandre chiar i atunci c nd sunt triste, povestirile din volumul de fa vorbesc despre momente de criz din via a unorTabachera din Bagombo reune te povestirile favorite ale lui Kurt Vonnegut din anii de dup r zboi, publicate n periodice, care i dezv luie inconfundabila voce ntunecat , subversiv Uneori extravagante, alteori absurde, de cele mai multe ori amuzante, tandre chiar i atunci c nd sunt triste, povestirile din volumul de fa vorbesc despre momente de criz din via a unor oameni obi nui i, cu un umor mai ales amar, cu ironie fin , dar i cu profund n elegere pentru dramele m runte ale acestora n povestirea care d titlul volumului, Tabachera din Bagombo, Eddie Laird ncearc s i impresioneze fosta so ie, pe Amy, acum captiv ntr o existen domestic lipsit de mari satisfac ii, poz nd ntr un aventurier care i a petrecut via a c l torind n locuri exotice Dar tabachera pe care acesta o aduce n dar l deconspir n mod nea teptat, pentru ca la sf r itul povestirii cititorul s descopere c Laird duce de fapt o existen la fel de cenu ie i lipsit de suspans ca i a lui Amy i a so ului s u Harry, c este tat l a trei copii i se ocup cu v nzarea cartofilor pr ji i.Povestirile din volumul de fa sunt alerte, dinamice, deseori cu un final lovitur de teatru n mare parte scene de via domestic , care oglindesc existen a cotidian a unor personaje sufocate de monotonie, de nemul umiri i ne mpliniri de tot felul, acestea dezv luie o lume zugr vit n tu ele groase, ntunecate ale bine cunoscutei ironii vonnegutiene n Fugarii, doi adolescen i ndr gosti i, cu statute sociale diferite, fug de acas , dar descoper n cele din urm c iubirea nu e singura condi ie a unei c snicii fericite, n timp ce n B iatul netalentat i B iatul care ura fetele, dirijorul fanfarei unui liceu, muzician genial, se confrunt cu o serie de nt mpl ri amuzante, dar i amare, declan ate de rela ia cu unul dintre elevii s i, incapabil s se integreze n colectiv O alt povestire, Thanasfera, are o tem sci fi un om e trimis n spa iu i descoper c acesta e plin de vocile celor mor i n postfa a volumului, Vonnegut vorbe te, n stilul plin de umor i ironie care l a consacrat, despre experien a redact rii povestirilor destinate apari iei n reviste.
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    1. Kurt Vonnegut Peter Reed Alexandra Coliban

      Kurt Vonnegut, Junior was an American novelist, satirist, and most recently, graphic artist He was recognized as New York State Author for 2001 2003 He was born in Indianapolis, later the setting for many of his novels He attended Cornell University from 1941 to 1943, where he wrote a column for the student newspaper, the Cornell Daily Sun Vonnegut trained as a chemist and worked as a journalist before joining the U.S Army and serving in World War II After the war, he attended University of Chicago as a graduate student in anthropology and also worked as a police reporter at the City News Bureau of Chicago He left Chicago to work in Schenectady, New York in public relations for General Electric He attributed his unadorned writing style to his reporting work His experiences as an advance scout in the Battle of the Bulge, and in particular his witnessing of the bombing of Dresden, Germany whilst a prisoner of war, would inform much of his work This event would also form the core of his most famous work, Slaughterhouse Five, the book which would make him a millionaire This acerbic 200 page book is what most people mean when they describe a work as Vonnegutian in scope Vonnegut was a self proclaimed humanist and socialist influenced by the style of Indiana s own Eugene V Debs and a lifelong supporter of the American Civil Liberties Union.The novelist is known for works blending satire, black comedy and science fiction, such as Slaughterhouse Five 1969 , Cat s Cradle 1963 , and Breakfast of Champions 1973

    830 thoughts on “Tabachera din Bagombo”

    1. I guess Vonnegut is known mostly for his novels, but I ve always been a big fan of his short fiction No one else seems to pack such vitality into so few pages, and this collection really highlights his versatility Some of the stories are humorous a realtor learns a thing or two from some prospective buyers, a town comes to regret embracing an efficiency expert, and a mob Santa Claus receives a special present.And some are bittersweet a man attempts to pawn a wartime souvenir, a school band direc [...]


    2. For Kurt Vonnegut, I did not care for these stories I know he got his start in science fiction, but maybe it s my reluctance to love short stories I love everything Papa Kurt has written, but this just didn t do it for me I m really disappointed about it.


    3. Creative Writing 101 1 Use the time of a total stranger in such a way that he or she will not feel the time was wasted.2 Give the reader at least one character he or she can root for.3 Every character should want something, even if it is only a glass of water.4 Every sentence must do one of two things reveal character or advance the action.5 Start as close to the end as possible.6 Be a sadist No matter how sweet and innocent your leading characters, make awful things happen to them in order that [...]


    4. What a surely, purely, coincidentally, appropriate title I say this, because this book is nothing short of a snuff box for a Vonnegut fan and that is how I have been using it for past 2 weeks One or two stories a day to make my troubles drop away.The book contains 23 wonderful stories, accompanied by a brilliant preface by Peter Reed author of at least 4 books on Vonnegut and his works and an introduction by Kurt Vonnegut himself, which contains his eight rules for creative writing, out of which [...]


    5. A collection of Vonnegut s earliest work for 50s 60s periodicals As the Master himself points out in the marvellous introduction, these are embryonic stories, stylistically clumsy and written purely for financial gain.This doesn t make the work any less playful and Vonnegutian, though the bulk of these stories have a moralistic feel to them, and only shades of the postmodern hilarity he would become known for is evident throughout Thanasphere and 2BRO2B are the only sci fi entries The rest deal [...]


    6. I don t care if you ever read this book, and in fact, though I know I did and apparently gave it three stars several years ago , I don t remember anything from it except for the intro Please allow me to reproduce a small chunk of that here Kurt Vonnegut s Creative Writing 101 1 Use the time of a total stranger in such a way that he or she will not feel the time was wasted.2 Give the reader at least one character he or she can root for.3 Every character should want something, even if it is only a [...]


    7. This book is a collection of some of Vonnegut s earliest short stories, written for weekly and monthly magazines They re interesting as a perspective on this era, when serious literary authors, or at least burgeoning ones, wrote for magazines, as well as writing full length novels They re also an interesting look into Vonnegut s earliest writing style although he admits in a postscript that he could not help editing the ending of many of the chapters That being said, they re not as enjoyable as [...]



    8. Although this book was compiled in 1999, it contains the author s early short stories, published in magazines in the 1950s and 60s It was not an easy or a fast book to read but it was powerful and it made an impression I won t re read it it didn t give me much pleasure, which is why 4 stars instead of 5 stars, but I ll remember it The stories are all about a small man in America A couple stories have a scifi slant, but their speculative flavor is unimportant The spotlight in all the stories is o [...]


    9. This is a collection of short stories that are all kind of well boring except for one, which is absolutely incredible That story is called 2BRO2B This story is a crazy futuristic dystopian society that turns out so creepy it rocks You could probably find this story without buying the whole book It would be worth your time to skip the others They are okay, but nothing special.


    10. An interesting and varied if at times a bit dry collection of Vonnegut s stories, where he sets out to do his favourite thing get the reader to reset their moral compass, take off the mask of pretension and find themselves As he describes himself, writing is the process of making one s soul grow and that aim comes through here.


    11. Larry Santoro, a GoodReads author, gave this book as a Christmas present during the period when I and others would go to his home almost weekly to watch videos from his enormous movie collection It is early Vonnegut and definitely not his best, but if you like the man as the writer he became, then it s probably worth reading.


    12. My longtime friend and critic Professor Peter Reed, of the English Department at the University of Minnesota, made it his business to find these stories from my distant past Otherwise, they might never have seen the light of day again I myself hadn t saved one scrap of paper from that part of my life Kurt Vonnegut Jr in the Introduction to Bagombo Snuff Box I am not sure that the collection of early short stories Bagombo Snuff Box by Kurt Vonnegut Jr one of my favorite authors, should have been [...]


    13. Vonnegut is the master of short forms Short stories can have a greatness, if they re short enough and great enough in their shortness Bagombo Snuff Box is an assortment of short stories written by Kurt Vonnegut All of them was initially published in the 1950 60s, but they didn t appear in Vonnegut s previous collection, Welcome to the Monkey House I was really glad to see this new anthology In the foreword, author says While I am reading a short story , my pulse and breathing slow down My high s [...]


    14. I love a good short story, and Kurt Vonnegut is one of my favorite writers I remember reading Welcome to the Monkeyhouse the first time and just loving the stories He was able to get so much across in just a pages I have gone back and read that collection a few times since and the stories are just as good now as they were back then Hell, I even got one of my sons to read and enjoy the stories It has been a while since I read anything by Vonnegut, but one quickly recognizes his voice writing styl [...]



    15. I picked this book up at the beginning of the year Having read Timequake a while back, I thought it was about time I read some of Vonneguts work, this seemed to be a good place to start A great collection of all his early short stories which had been published in various American literary magazines over the years, it s a wonderful insight into his beginnings of a novelist The detail of emotion and feeling which he puts into the many personalities in the book leaves you with no doubt that not on [...]


    16. A collection of Vonnegut short stories is always a treasure His stories were modest and homey, but they always have a simple message and are easy to read The stories collected here were the bread and butter of his early writing years literally, they put food on his family in a time when he could sell three stories a year and support a family He was also learning his craft here There are some classic stories here and a few that needed a little polish But each is a reminder of the simple time whe [...]


    17. maybe i m really not a short story person and then again maybe vonnegut s a better novelist than a short story writer but it took me months to get through this collection and there were few stories that i found myself really wanting to finish except to get on to the next one i was consistently disappointed and found myself on an 8 hour flight where i d rather watch something called wildhogs than read vonnegut i didn t even think that was possible.


    18. This is another Vonnegut short story collection My guess is that these are the Welcome to the Monkey House rejects There are a couple of good stories Thanosphere, 2BR02B and a few that are decent, but most of them are just meh.



    19. Pre science fiction Vonnegut From the days when he was a nobody and sold stories to periodicals just to keep food on the table Souvenir is probably the best one in the bunch.



    20. Vonnegut is funny, clever, sad from page to page one never can be sure what is next other than a good read in each story


    21. The second of only 2 short story collections that Vonnegut released in his life this one is a mixed bag, as is his first There are some gems here however, as well as some yawns but that s to be expected from Vonnegut s short stories, depending on the magazine he was writing for you get a drastically different style of short fiction.This collection although just thrown together for this book, oddly has a recurring theme throughout Fathers and Sons It s no secret that Vonnegut felt strongly about [...]


    22. Kurt Vonnegut was known as a novelist, but he cut his writing teeth with short stories written in the two decades after World War II for general interest magazines such as Collier s and The Saturday Evening Post The cream of these short stories were published in 1968 in Welcome to the Monkey House But Welcome to the Monkey House contained about half of Vonnegut s short stories The rest of his short works 23 stories were collected in Bagombo Snuff Box, published in 1999, just a few years before [...]


    23. You can tell that the stories in this collection represent proto Vonnegut rather than real Vonnegut because although they are written in his trademark voice and with all of his trademark flourishes e.g inanimate objects speaking onomatopoeias , they generally exhibit an optimism and a good nature, under the surface of dryness and black humor, that are wholly at odds with the bleakness and nihilism of the famous novels he would go on to write.Although the stories quality varies, and although they [...]


    24. The Powder Blue Dragonby Kurt VonnegutThe Powder Blue Dragon by Kurt Vonnegut is a cute story about a young man named Kea whom is absolutely obsessed with a racy Italian sports car He works for nearly half a decade sweeping floors, pumping gas, and taking other odd jobs to earn extra money He measures success and self worth based on what he perceives as class, and when he finally has enough money in his account he buys the classiest car in the World Along the way Kea learns a few lessons about w [...]


    25. Honestly, I enjoy the short fiction a bit than his novels Even though many of these are admittedly raw and amateurish and came early in his career before he had developed any confidence or distinctive style, they have punch and show glimpses of his storytelling acumen Many of his novels, even the very brief ones, feel like overblown short stories that either meander aimlessly or belabor certain points anyway, so getting bite sized morsels is a bit refreshing.


    26. Finished this book on two different flight journies, and I have to exclaim, I loved Kurt Vonnegut s short stories I am eager to get my hands on of his work Very delightful and extremely unique a style of writing Crisp, entertaining, kept me chuckling and hungry for the next one Very welcome break from some of the rather heavy stuff I am currently reading.


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