Hoje Preferia Não Me Ter Encontrado

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  • Paperback
  • 205 pages
  • Hoje Preferia Não Me Ter Encontrado
  • Herta Müller
  • Portuguese
  • 10 February 2018
  • 9789722046 Edition Language Portuguese setting

About the Author: Herta Müller

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Hoje Preferia Não Me Ter Encontrado Fui intimada Na viagem de el trico que a leva s instala es da Pol cia Secreta, hora marcada, dez em ponto, a jovem narradora v a sua vida passada em revista a inf ncia na cidade de prov ncia, a fixa o semier tica no pai, a deporta o dos av s, o casamento ing nuo com o filho do comunista perfumado , a felicidade prec ria que vive com Paul, apesar do fardo que a bebida imp e ao amor que ela lhe dedica No exterior marca es intransigentes, paragens, passageiros que entram e saem, o desfilar das ruas Tudo pretende distrair a sua aten o, que constantemente regressa ao ponto de partida Fui intimada Quase chegada ao destino, levanta se de repente uma alterca o no carro el trico que leva o guarda freio a saltar precisamente a paragem em que devia sair V se ent o numa rua desconhecida, onde descobre Paul com um velho de aspeto suspeito Decide ent o n o comparecer ao interrogat rio. New Read Hoje Preferia Não Me Ter Encontrado [ by ] Herta Müller [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Hoje Preferia Não Me Ter Encontrado

  1. Lynne King says:

    When I finally finished this remarkable work, my mind flashed back, for some obscure reason to my early twenties such exciting years when I loved a man, a cat and a book Life, of course, has to develop and move on I lost the man our lives were taking different directions , Sylvie died in quarantine but my magnificent book was and still remains with me the Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell I ve tried many times to write an account on why this book has had, and still continues to hav When I finally finished this remarkable work, my mind flashed back, for some obscure reason to my early twenties such exciting years when I loved a man, a cat and a book Life, of course, has to develop and move on I lost the man our lives were taking different directions , Sylvie died in quarantine ...

  2. William2 says:

    The Appointment is about life in Nicolae Ceau escu s communist Romania What a simultaneously sinister and banal place The mind won t absorb it The novel is in every sense a dystopia Only in this case it happens not to be an SF fantasy but based on 20th century events Seemingly without effort, Herta M ller shows us the utter self defeating nature of police states, their inefficien...

  3. Jim Fonseca says:

    The heroine of this novel lives her life waiting She is a seamstress in a Romanian factory making fine men s overcoats for export to Italy She is so desperate for escape from her pointless life that she inserts notes saying Marry Me, with her name and address, into the linings of the coats She has a live in male friend who spends all of his time and most of her money drinking the day away There is no future here it slike maintaining a big dog and having the expense that goes with i The heroine of this novel lives her life waiting She is a seamstress in a Romanian factory making fine men s overcoats f...

  4. Deea says:

    There is a shocking matter of factness in the voice addressing to the readers of this book Belonging to the female character in the center of the story, it weaves the narration by adding together episodes full of horror from a past under communism her grandmother s death, her father s adultery, her father in law s acts of violence, Lilli s sexual misbehavior and death , details regarding a present ride by tram to the police office for interrogations and random descriptions of objects.How is it There is a shocking matter of factness in the vo...

  5. Aubrey says:

    Everything happened in a twinkling, the time it takes for one person to assault another. M ller s Nobel Prize speech is transcribed at the end of this edition, a bonus the cover did not hint at that other editions could learn from, and among other thought provoking paragraphs was her probing the susceptibility of engineers and the like to making homunculi out of their creations I already knew a number of beautiful words having to do with lubricated hydraulic machine parts DOVETAIL, GOOSENECK, Everything happened in a twinkling, the time it takes for one person to assault another. M ller s Nobel Prize speech is transcribed at the end of this edition, a bonus the cover did not hint at that other editions could learn from, and among other thought provoking paragraphs was her probing the susceptibility of engineers and the like to making homunculi out of their creations I already knew a number of beautiful words having to do with lubricated hydraulic machine parts DOVETAIL, GOOSENECK, ACORN NUTS, and EYEBOLTS, she says, and so I left off characterizing her plot structure as the shuttering swift sidings of looms and thought of maelstroms ...

  6. Owlseyes inside Notre Dame, it& says:

    This is certainly autobiographical at least in regard to the interrogations part Herta was in fact interrogated while living in Romania, under CeausescuThis is the daily grim and perceptive description of a woman s life her apprehension facing the interrogations She s a factory worker During her first marriage while husband was at the military service she recalls she escaped home and went to the mountains Carpatos mountains with conservatory finalists she saw a frozen lake and cr This is certainly autobiographical at least in regard to the interrogations part Herta was in fact interrogated while living in Romania, under CeausescuThis is the daily grim and perceptive description of a woman s life her apprehension facing the interrogations She s a factory worker During her first marriage while husband was at the military service she recalls she escaped home and went to the mountains Carpatos mountains with conservatory finalists she saw a frozen lake and crosses of the dead her peers picked up stones for healing but she picked a stone in the form of child s foot she still keeps it She s been summoned to an interrogation at 10 00 a.m., sharp interrogations are a torment they are so long one feels lost Today I may be conducted to a prison cell, escorted by Albu major Albu s head stinks French perfume Avril.In her dark bedroom she wonders how to kill time she cannot sleep it s easier to think about something luminous, snow She names her blouses Her second husband Paul...

  7. João Reis says:

    4,5 stars, but taking into account my mental state in the last months, it surely deserves being rounded up to 5 M ller mixes present and past throughout the whole book and manages to get it superbly done, never sounding pretentious...

  8. Emily says:

    Apparently I m compelled to re read this after finishing it both to savor the writing, and to see how the author built this story to its chilling end Meant to just go back and leaf through the beginning, to see where she planted various seeds and follow a thread or two, but this book is meant for serious enjoyment so here I go again.The setting is a factory town under the thumb of communist tyranny Our heroine has been summoned repeatedly to an appointment with the authorities to explain h Apparently I m compelled to re read this after finishing it both to savor the writing, and to see how the author built this story to its chilling end Meant to just go back and leaf through the beginning, to see where she...

  9. Frank says:

    A beautifully crafted book, so subtle in its manipulation of the reader, in the quiet exposition of terror During the course of a morning tram ride to an appointment with her Major her interogator with the secret police, presumably the Departamentul Securit ii Statului our un named narrator reflects on the course of her life which lead to this particular point in time While all the specifics of time and place are unannounced, anyone familiar with Herta M ller s personal history will recog A beautifully crafted book, so subtle in its manipulation of the reader, in th...

  10. TheGirlBytheSeaofCortez says:

    I ve been summoned Thursday, ten sharp.So begins Herta Mueller s novel of one woman s life in Romania under the reign of Nicolae Ceau escu, and we soon learn that this is not the first time our unnamed narrator has been summoned to the office of a man known only as Major Albu for the purpose of interrogation This isn t the first time, but for some reason, our narrator believes this interrogation will be worse than any of the interrogations that have gone before.And what is our narrator s crime I ve been summoned Thursday, ten sharp.So begins Herta Mueller s novel of one woman s life in Romania under the reign of Nicolae Ceau escu, and we soon learn that this is not the first time our unnamed narrator has been summoned to the office of a man known only as Major Albu for the purpose of interrogation This isn t the first time, but for some reason, our narrator believes this interrogation will be worse than any of the interrogations that have gone before.And what is our narrator s crime Sewing notes into the lining of ten white linen suits bound for Italy Marry me, the notes say, along with the narrator s name and address To her supervisor, Nelu, these notes are the same thing as prostitution while on the job, and our narrator is turned over to Major Albu Then notes proclaiming Best Wishes from the Dictatorship are found in the lining of suits bound for Sweden, and thennotes in suits bound for yet a third country, and our nar...