Min kamp 3

Min kamp MIN KAMP er en roman om barndom En familie p fire mor far og to drenge flytter til et hus i et nybygget villakvarter p S rlandet Det er i starten af erne b rnene er sm for ldrene er unge o

  • Title: Min kamp 3
  • Author: Karl Ove Knausgård
  • ISBN: 9788249507061
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • MIN KAMP 3 er en roman om barndom En familie p fire, mor, far og to drenge flytter til et hus i et nybygget villakvarter p S rlandet Det er i starten af 1970 erne, b rnene er sm , for ldrene er unge og fremtiden ligger ben for dem Men p et eller andet tidspunkt begynder den at lukke sig, og tingene ndrer karakter Hvem eller hvad er det, der ndrer sig MIN KAMP 3MIN KAMP 3 er en roman om barndom En familie p fire, mor, far og to drenge flytter til et hus i et nybygget villakvarter p S rlandet Det er i starten af 1970 erne, b rnene er sm , for ldrene er unge og fremtiden ligger ben for dem Men p et eller andet tidspunkt begynder den at lukke sig, og tingene ndrer karakter Hvem eller hvad er det, der ndrer sig MIN KAMP 3 beskriver verden set med barnet Karl Oves jne B rn og voksne lever side om side, men m des aldrig rigtigt Venskaber, piger, skolens forunderlige univers og de pludselige og umotiverede stemningsskift i familien observeres og sanses i fors get p at n til en forst else af verden og det, der ligger bag.

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    1. [from Min kamp 2]Having now reached the halfway point in this controversial novel, I can't resist the temptation to speculate a little on the subject of what it's actually about. Contrary to what some people think, it is clearly about something: it's not a blog, or 3500 pages of free association. There's a definite structure, even if it is oddly difficult to say just what that structure is.(view spoiler)[Fortunately, most novelists who try their hand at something this long feel that they need to [...]

    2. I am grateful that I mistrust my own opinions. Even with the first two volumes of My Struggle under my belt, I would have quickly abandoned volume three if I trusted my first impressions. Not that three is fundamentally different than one and two, but Knausgaard’s prose in these books is simply like nothing else I read, and as it had been a while since I read him I reacted too quickly to his difference without allowing my reading self to settle into it. His prose can read as flat and uninspire [...]

    3. Move over robins, tulips, pastels, and jelly beans, the appearance of a fresh volume of My Struggle by Karl Ove Knausgaard now marks the coming of spring and will continue do so in 2015, 2016, and 2017 as the final three books in the series appear in English in the United States, translated from the Norwegian by Donald Bartlett, published by Archipelago Books in signature squarish hard covers. Quick recap: My Struggle is a six-volume literary autobiography. Comparisons to Proust’s In Search of [...]

    4. "In many ways the third volume of Karl Ove Knausgaard's fiercely-debated memoir is the smallest – in both its scope and in its physical size – and the most banal thus far. For a sequence of works which appear to be singlehandedly redefining the quality and value attached to banality in literature this no small feat. This section of the monumental work, published in the UK as Boyhood Island, focuses on Knausgaard’s life as a small child: his first experiences at school, his trips to the rem [...]

    5. "Time never goes as fast as in your childhood; an hour is never as short as it was then. Everything is open, you run here, you run there, do one thing, then another, and suddenly the sun has gone down and you find yourself standing in the twilight with time like a barrier that has suddenly gone down in front of you:"-- Karl Ove Knausgård, My Struggle: Book Three: Boyhood Island There is something mundane, yet otherworldly about Knausgård's third book. It exists on the island of Tromøy, a larg [...]

    6. If Karl Ove Knausgaard is Proust, which he isn’t, then Book Three of My Struggle is Combray. Evocation of childhood or adolescence is one of my favorite genres, be it film or novels or autobiography, and there are certainly tones here of Truffaut’s The 400 Blows (my favorite film, if you haven’t seen it, get thee to a Netflixery), Spirit of the Beehive (there’s even a strangely familiar beekeeper scene in Book Three, almost as otherworldly as the one in Victor Erice’s masterpiece), Rat [...]

    7. Ne mogu ovo da ocenim jer mi je Knausgor pre svega zabavan, nasmejem se i prepričavam epizode cimerki pola dana. Nezahvalno mi je da bilo šta ocenjujem i sudim jer sam u poslednje vreme čitala knjige koje govore o detinjstvu na sasvim drugačiji način, tako da mi je ovo poput nekog romana Gradimira Stojkovića, samo za odrasle i sentimentalne.Trebalo je da lupim recku svaki put kad plače, mislim da je prosek jednom u pet strana. Drago je, toplo, zabavno, nešto što bih davala deci krajem o [...]

    8. Mit kompromissloser Offenheit präsentiert uns K.O. Knausgard den dritten Band seiner autobiografischen Romanreihe, von frühester Kindheit bis zum Beginn der Pubertät.Sehr detailliert, man ist verblüfft über solch ein Langzeitgedächtnis, beschreibt erdie Probleme und wenigen Lichtblicke seiner Schulzeit, sowie das angespannte Verhältnis zu seinem Vater. Bedeutend besser als der zweite Band. Lesen!

    9. The third book in the Knausgaard saga explores Karl Ove’s boyhood. The family moves to the largest island in southern Norway, Tromøy, where Karl Ove's father teaches Norwegian in high school and his mother works with families experiencing trauma. Finally we learn why Karl Ove was so terrified of his father. The older brother Yngve now becomes the shadowy enigma we only glimpse but cannot see. Yngve is the essence of the older brother—a little dismissive of his younger sibling, but generally [...]

    10. "L’Isola dell’Infanzia" è in un certo senso il prequel de "La Morte del Padre”. Un tassello fondamentale per capire il rapporto di Karl Ove col padre. E quindi per leggere con una chiave più ricca il Libro 1.A livello cronologico racchiude la prima parte della sua vita, più o meno tra i 5 e i 13 anni.La cosa che mi ha convinto meno è questa: se parli di cose successe trent’anni fa credo sia quasi impossibile trasferirle dalla memoria alla carta con una tale quantità di particolari s [...]

    11. [continued from here]At 15%. The sun sets early on October 21st on the Northern Hemisphere. Another day over. One of the roughly ninteenthousand I have spent so far in this life. No way to bring them back; unless you have a time machine; like a DeLorean, for instance, equipped with a Flux capacitor. Today they would arrive, Marty McFly and Doc Brown, if they were real. From tomorrow we can say that the story of Back to the Future is set in the past. I knew that thirty years ago, but I didn't thi [...]

    12. Kavgam serisi bir alışkanlık yapıyor. Tabii herkes için geçerli olmayabilir. Knausgaard serinin üçüncüsü olan bu ciltte çocukluk-ergenlik arası dönemini anlatıyor. Babayla ilişkiler çok rahatsız edici, kalp kırıcı. Bu kadar da olmaz dedirtiyor insana. Tabii babasının son dönemlerini de anlattığı ilk ciltteki bölümleri de anmadan edemiyor insan. Anne sevecen ama düşük profilli. Ağabey ise harika. Norveç kırsalında, küçük bir ilçede geçen, 500 sayfaya yakı [...]

    13. I have read book 1 and book 2. I am waiting for 3. Addicted. They say Norway is experiencing a spike in tourism due to the Frozen movie. Really? I want to take the Knausgaard tour with a 'Lillehammer' chaser. And poor Sweden. It sounds like Toronto with better scenery.

    14. Started out a little slow for me and I thought it wasn't going to hook me like the first two books, but I found myself quite engrossed in Karl Ove's early years. I questioned whether Knausgård's memory could really be this good to recall that far back in so much detail and then I remembered the kind of marks certain events left on me. My memory can be pretty pathetic, but I recall being somewhere around age 6 playing on the beach with a little girl I'd just met. We were ankle deep in the water [...]

    15. (3.5 stars) This third installment of Knausgård’s struggle is seen through the eyes of the child Karl Ove – as a seven-year-old boy, then a young adolescent – almost entirely unmediated by the adult Knausgård. We fill in some of the blanks left over from volume I and get to know his parents, his brother and his weepy young self more. He evokes childhood down to the minutest, sometimes commonest, sometimes quirkiest details. We are invited to remember our own childhood – the joy of gett [...]

    16. Karl Ove Knausgard continues his intensely detailed portrayal of his life in My Struggle: Book Three. This book details his life from infancy (and slightly before!) to early adolescence. The depiction of place in his childhood is vividly evoked, reminding us how for little children where they are is as important often as whom they are with and maybe more important than what they are doing. Each place has its meaning, personal and intense. As Karl Ove grows, people supplant place in importance an [...]

    17. In this third part, Knausgard simply presents a straight chronological story of his youth, from birth to the pre-pubertal phase. With lots of details, of course, as we are used to with him; and regularly he also repeats what he already wrote in part 1. The story is interesting as a time document and as a coming of age testimony, in which we see how Karl Ove struggles with the world around and builds his own identity in interaction with others: his peers (the neighbourhood boys), the wonderful bu [...]

    18. Cuando leí el segundo libro de la serie de Karl Ove, me quedé con una sensación medio rara. Sentía que era demasiada intimidad con el, con su vida cotidiana, sus problemas, y con las tonterías banales que nos suceden a todos, pero que contadas por el te acaban gustando. Me di cuenta unos días después de haberlo terminado, que seguía pensando en el, en sus tonterías, en lo bonito que escribe, en fin, que lo extrañaba. Así que decidí intentar el tercero de la serie. Lo tuve que leer en [...]

    19. I had hoped to get in ahead of the backlash with a backlash to the backlash kind of thing, where I defend KOK against people who are tired of hearing about him. Well, too bad. Not only are the reviews of this volume uniformly positive (hence, no backlash yet), but I found it overwhelmingly boring. So, I am doubly stymied. At the start of the book, KOK calls his childhood a ghetto-like state of incompleteness. He suggests that childhood is meaningfullish, but not really meaningful, because (yawn) [...]

    20. This is my favorite Knausgaard so far. It can be read as a standalone memoir of childhood. I often wish I felt things as strongly as I did in childhood, such was the pleasure of each new experience. But Knausgaard reminds me that, just as pleasure was more intense then, so was pain. And boy, did childhood have a lot of emotional pain. On second thought, strike that wish. I wouldn't be able to take it. A twelve year old boy can fall in love with as much intensity as a grown man can, even though h [...]

    21. This is truly a painful read in the best possible way. At first I admired the author's remarkable memory - he is, as ever, a joy to read no matter to what length and detail he goes to tell us about the most boring aspects of everyday life. Then I realised why he has got such a memory. His constant fear of his father, as foretold in the first volume, was omnipresent, a couple of times made explicit by the author himself, but mostly heart-grippingly painted with everything out of order a normal li [...]

    22. Ze všech těchto dílků a zlomků jsem si vystavěl jakéhosi Karla Oveho, Yngveho, mámu a tátu, dům v Hove a dům na Tybakkenu, dvě babičky a dva dědečky, sousedství a hromadu dětí. Toto slátané provizorium nazývám svým dětstvím. První část byla seversky syrová (nejen) o dospívání a ambivalentním vztahu k otci i vyrovnávání se s jeho skonem. Druhá naopak (nejen) o vztazích a lásce. Jakkoli lásce v knausgardově podání; tedy až na dřeň každodenního souži [...]

    23. Book 3 of 6 of Knausgaard's unique autobiographical novel, My Struggle, sees him turn to more commonly trodden turf, namely recollections of his childhood. The uniqueness of the overall work lies in the minute detail in which Knausgaard recalls - or re imagines - even mundane aspects of his daily life. Knausgaard very much claims the books as novels, autobiography, saying 'It is an existential search where I use myself as raw material', but there is no attempt made to disguise names or reputatio [...]

    24. Hey! Knausgaard severler toplaşın!Eylül ayının gelmesiyle kuzey edebiyatına özlem duydum, beni en az yoran aktiviteyi yaparak okudum, Kavgam serisine döndüm.Okuduğum yorumlar ve konuştuğum insanlardan yola çıkarak, Knausgaard'ı ya seviyorsunuz ya da sevmiyorsunuz. Ortası yok. Fakat denemeye değer. Kuzey yazarlarını (Mankell,Nesbo vb.) daha çok polisiyelerden tanıyorum, severek de okuyorum. Knausgaard'ı da sevmiş olmam pek rastlantı değil aslında.İlk ve ikinci kitaplara [...]

    25. In dit deel van de autobiografische romanserie "mijn strijd", schrijft Karl Ove over zijn jeugd. Hij beschrijft een strenge en onberekenbare vader en een lieve, milde moeder. Hij schrijft ook medogenloos over zichzelf als een betweterige huilebalk en moederskindje die door de kinderen om hem heen lang niet altijd leuk wordt gevonden. Het is natuurlijk de vraag of het allemaal naar waarheid is of hier en daar aangedikt, hetgeen ik aanneem aangezien het als literaire fictie en niet als autobiograf [...]

    26. Der dritte Band der autobiographischen "Min Kamp"-Reihe Karl Ove Knausgårds begleitete mich jetzt seit Ende April und war ein gutes Buch, um nebenbei etwas mehr über seine Kindheit und das Leben in Tybakken ab 1969 zu erfahren. Einige Schilderungen über skrude Aktivitäten im Wald oder seine beginnende Sexualität waren etwas verstörend, aber an irgendeiner Stelle muss diese Reihe wohl ihrem 'Anspruch' gerecht werden, sehr sehr intime Details zu offenbaren. Mein Highlight war die Phase, in d [...]

    27. I've been wondering why, when I read Knausgaard, I feel such a strong connection to his work. At first I believed it to be because of his thoughts and anxieties, those random bits I could relate to myself were indeed thrilling. But as I've read the third book in his series, I'm beginning to create a clearer answer for myself. Knausgaard's work has become increasingly important to me, and as I began to read Book Three, I went into it thinking I would probably love it for the same vague reasons I [...]

    28. Perhaps the best depiction of childhood I have ever read (the second best being anything by Tarjei Vesaas--coincidence?). Knausgaard has a magical ability to evoke his own experience in a way that reads so incredibly real that it's shocking. And amazing. And usually stabs me so I'm bleeding all over the place. This time, though, I'm only trickling. I think it has to do with the content; his adult and teenage struggles were much more painful and pertinent to my own life. Still, he is able to pres [...]

    29. I was lucky enough to read an advance copy - will fill in with more details at publication. This is a far more linear experience (there are only two contemporary interjections) than the first two volumes, and the structure is more conventional. This, I think, is because we are dealing here with early childhood, and there is a great amount of generalization associated with that time. The feeling of that age is echoed in the writing, which takes on a different tenor here (abrupt sentences, heighte [...]

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