Suite Française

Suite Franc aise Beginning in Paris on the eve of the Nazi occupation in Suite Fran aise tells the remarkable story of men and women thrown together in circumstances beyond their control As Parisians flee the cit

  • Title: Suite Française
  • Author: Irène Némirovsky
  • ISBN: 9782070309559
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • Beginning in Paris on the eve of the Nazi occupation in 1940 Suite Fran aise tells the remarkable story of men and women thrown together in circumstances beyond their control As Parisians flee the city, human folly surfaces in every imaginable way a wealthy mother searches for sweets in a town without food a couple is terrified at the thought of losing their jobs, evenBeginning in Paris on the eve of the Nazi occupation in 1940 Suite Fran aise tells the remarkable story of men and women thrown together in circumstances beyond their control As Parisians flee the city, human folly surfaces in every imaginable way a wealthy mother searches for sweets in a town without food a couple is terrified at the thought of losing their jobs, even as their world begins to fall apart Moving on to a provincial village now occupied by German soldiers, the locals must learn to coexist with the enemy in their town, their homes, even in their hearts.When Ir ne N mirovsky began working on Suite Fran aise, she was already a highly successful writer living in Paris But she was also a Jew, and in 1942 she was arrested and deported to Auschwitz, where she died For sixty four years, this novel remained hidden and unknown.

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    1. Ir ne N mirovsky born February 11, 1903, Kiev, died August 17, 1942, Auschwitz, Poland was a Jewish novelist and biographer born in the Ukraine, who lived and worked in France.

    2. A masterpiece. And this is the rough draft.I've spent the last day trying to decide if I loved this book because I'm sentimental. The author, Irene Nemirovsky, was a Russian Jew who wrote this while living in occupied France. A respected author, she had married Micheal Epstein who had also fled Russia when the Bolsheviks revolted. They had sincerely adopted France as their home country, converted to Catholicism and were the parents of two daughters. She began writing this novel while simultaneou [...]

    3. This book jolted me. It's rare when I read a book literally from cover to coverd close it nearly in tears. This was witten as France was being occupied by the Nazis during the Second World War, thus, this may well be the first fictional account of World War Two as it was happening. Needless to say, this is an immensely important book and in my opinion should be required reading in history classes. This is an unfinished work by a Russian-French author who died in Auschwitz before she could comple [...]

    4. Unless you’re reading a memoir or autobiography, you usually aren’t conscious of an author’s presence in a book. I’m not talking about style. Obviously, there are times you can tell the provenance of a book, and know its creator, by skimming a few paragraphs. Short, punchy sentences, hyper-masculinity, and casual misogyny mean I’m reading Hemingway; if I can’t understand what I’m reading, it’s because I’m trying Faulkner; and if I’ve fallen asleep, I know I’ve got something [...]

    5. I picked this one up because it resembled a historical romance. (I believe the cover to be one of the most powerful and beautiful, & just o-so-right for this particular book that I could scream!) Then I found out what the tiny particles of pathos all seemed to portend: this was a posthumous work. Immediately the work becomes grounded--it easily turns into something more important, more adult, even more delicate. This is an incredible novel which may've easily been lost forever! Yikes! Perhap [...]

    6. MUST READ! MUST READ! Wonderful unfinished novel by famous Jewish French author Interesting story is behind publication of this novel The manuscript stayed in a box for decades because the daughters of the author thought it is diary but it was not One of my favourite novels and I am proud that I was its Serbian editor :) U Srbiji je knjigu objavila Laguna predivna knjiga veoma dirljiva

    7. Onvan : Suite Fran̤aise - Nevisande : Ir̬ne N̩mirovsky - ISBN : 1400096278 - ISBN13 : 9781400096275 - Dar 431 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 2004

    8. The story of the author and how the book came to be published so many years after her death is a much more compelling story than this, although if Nemirovsky had the chance to complete the book to her vision I may think differently. As it is, the book was well-done in its portrayal of the many facets of human nature that show themselves in times of crises. Nemirovsky shows a sympathy for basic human responses, even if those reactions are abhorrent to common values and sentiments.The book also po [...]

    9. Suite Francaise was a book that I wasn't sure about until I started to read it, and got swept up in the story, the characters, and Nemirovsky's merciless eye for human grace and ridiculousness, often both encapsulated in the same moments. The book covers the surrender of Paris, and the later occupation of a small town by the Germans, in two discrete sections, although a few characters bridge the gap. Note: The rest of this review has been withdrawn due to the changes in policy and enforcement. [...]

    10. I'm not sure which is more eerie: that this is a posthumous novel, or that the author knew it would be a posthumous novel; that had it not been for her daughters who carried it around as a notebook, this novel would not have surfaced, or that the book gave a vivid snapshot of the exodus from Paris which mother and daughters were experiencing at that moment; that her husband was killed for inquiring about his missing famous-writer wife, or that her daughters were then hunted down by the same madm [...]

    11. Recognizing beforehand that this wouldn't be a complete story arc, I had to try to approach the book without any prejudice toward it for having a weak ending (i.e no ending). Unfinished books can be interesting to read to view the storytelling process in the midst of its evolution, but are rarely satisfying as stories in their own right. Némirovsky's work here is perhaps more polished than a simple draft, but even her notes suggest that the finished chapters and two volumes that *were* publishe [...]

    12. I really really wanted to love this book Instead I'm having a hard time deciding what I really think about it, other than that I pushed through it to finish.WWII is a somber subject, no way around it and so, of course, the book is somber. But even somber subjects can be compelling and I had a hard time finding a reason to be compelledThere are two "books" within the cover and I feel like I need to review each quickly but separately. (perhaps this is part of my struggle - it felt almost like a sh [...]

    13. I realise that left Suite Francaise on my shelves for too long. I bought it because it was a well-loved bestseller, but I delayed the read because I mistook it for a historical war-romance novel (I find myself in the minority when it comes to my opinions on the genre, e.g. my bad experience with The Nightingale). This book pleasantly surprised me. This is not an action book like so many others set in wartime France. There are no acts of bravery and no heroes here, no linear story line. The book [...]

    14. Un dipinto a olio in formato digitaleCi sono libri che ricordano quei pomeriggi invernali in cui guardi la città piovosa, attraverso i vetri della finestra. Guardi le strade, e la gente ti sembra diversa. Uguale nella loro destinazione, ma diversa nel modo di sentire che le attribuisci. Il tutto mentre sorseggi il tuo caffè, con le gambe calde dal contatto col termosifone.Irène Némirovsky ci regala uno spaccato di mondo eterogeneo e completo, attraverso le parole del suo romanzo, che noi bea [...]

    15. "()Leite negro da madrugada bebemos-te de noitebebemos-te ao meio-dia a morte é um mestre que veio da Alemanhabebemos-te ao entardecer e pela manhã bebemos e bebemosa morte é um mestre que veio da Alemanha azuis são os teus olhosatinge-te com bala de chumbo acerta-te em cheio()"Paul Celan - "Fuga da Morte"Suite Francesafoi concebido como um romance em cinco partes:1. Tempestade 2. Dolce3. Cativeiro 4. Batalhas5. A Paz,com cerca de mil páginas, tendo como base a estrutura dos quatro andament [...]

    16. What a fabulous book. Thought-provoking, beautifully written, sad and yet oddly hopeful. Romantic, violent and unflinching. Irene Nemirovsky was a Russian Jew who became exiled from Russia at a young age & had lived in France for many years by the outbreak of the Second World War. Despite being a well-known writer, she was never granted French citizenship. She started Suite Francaise after the outbreak of the war in Europe, wanting to document what she saw going on around her. She planned to [...]

    17. It is near on impossible to review this book without first mentioning the author Irene Nemirovsky. A Russian born Jew, settled in France and converted to Catholicism, she started to write Suite Francaise in 1940, two years before her death in Auschwitz. The two novellas included here are the only two completed out of the five that she had planned.The first, Storm in June, introduces us to the characters as we follow them during the exodus from Paris, fleeing from the German occupiers. There are [...]

    18. أنا إنسانة أولاً وكاتبة ثم مواطنة فرنسية مخلصةصدفة الولادات جعلتني أحمل على جبهتي مسمى "يهودية"ولكنها ليست صدفة بريئة للنازيين وهتلر والجيش الألماني الذي أحتل بلدي فرنسا قبل أسبوعين سيعتقلني الألمان قريبا ولذلك أريد إنهاء هذه الرواية بسرعةهي رواية تحمل ما أريد آن آقوله عن [...]

    19. It's a truism that people are complicated, multifaceted, contradictory, surprising, but it takes the advent of war or other momentous events to be able to see it. It is the most fascinating and the most dreadful of spectacles, the most dreadful because it's so real; you can never pride yourself on truly knowing the sea unless you've seen it both calm and in a storm. Only the person who has observed men and women at times like this can be said to know them. And to know themselves.This book begins [...]

    20. I’m giving this high rating not to the book itself -which was, sadly, left unfinished and reads like a first draft- but to what the book could have obviously been –an undying masterpiece about France under the Nazi occupation. But the author –a Russian Jew who emigrated to France- died in Auschwitz during WW2, so this possible magnum opus was left unfinished. What a great loss.It is a wonderful book, deep, moving, hopeful and beautifully written. Though some perspectives change without muc [...]

    21. Francia. Giugno 1940. Le truppe tedesche sono alle porte di Parigi, e domani la occuperanno. Nel disastro totale, che travolge tutti e sovverte ogni valore, si rappresenta "la lotta tra il destino individuale e il destino collettivo". I fatti eccezionali e destabilizzanti, come le grandi catastrofi, svelano la vera natura degli uomini. Sollevano ogni maschera. Sbriciolano ogni convenzione e ogni postura sociale. Pongono l'individuo di fronte a sé stesso, e il Sé Stesso a confronto con gli altr [...]

    22. Paris, June 1940. Word is spreading like a stain that the Germans are only days away from invading the city. It takes a while for the people to believe it, and still longer for them to pack - slinging mattresses on top of their cars, storing linens and tableware in trunks - but when the exodus occurs it clogs the streets and the railway and thousands are left to walk the country roads while those in motorcars honk and swear at them for taking up all the road.The Germans are everywhere, it seems. [...]

    23. This book was intended by the author a great opus to the lives of the French during the occupation of World War II, a kind of War and Peace. It was mean’t to be a five part novel but was unfortunately never finished due to Némirovsky’s death in Auschwitz. It is never the less a fascinating insight into French society in 1940 and 1941. Némirovsky creates characters that are flawed and nearly always both arrogant and selfish. However, each one is beautifully, beautifully drawn. She describes [...]

    24. Némirovsky was a Russian Jew who emigrated as a child to France. There, she became a popular and successful writer, converted to Roman Catholicism, became an anti-semite who associated with right-wing (fascist) writers and editors, but who by 1942 was deported to Auschwitz and gassed. Her husband was murdered soon afterwards. She left a lengthy manuscript in a diary that was in the possession of her daughter, who refused to look at it all her life -- thinking it was only a diary and that readin [...]

    25. Such a sadness that Irène Némirovsky never finished this work. Written during the Occupation of France and describing its events, it’s almost a contemporaneous description of life in Occupied France. The two parts that do exist suggest that it would have been a magisterial work. Part 1, Tempête en Juin, describes the flight from Paris of four families and is clearly the more polished of the two parts. Part 2, Dolce, feels more unbalanced. A critical killing that takes place towards the end [...]

    26. Il palpito della vitaCome è noto, ‘Suite francese’ è stato dato alle stampe postumo e incompleto, vale a dire costituito soltanto da due dei cinque romanzi pensati dall’autrice, che non poté portare a termine il progetto a causa della morte per mano dei nazisti. Nonostante ciò questo libro merita la più grande attenzione: oltre ad essere concepito in modo magistrale, infatti, è anche un evento letterario del tutto singolare in quanto, pur essendo stato scritto in contemporanea con i [...]

    27. Es una pena que no descubramos todo lo que Némirovsky tenía en su mente para darnos. Sencillamente brillante.

    28. This is a story of the invasion of Paris by the Germans in WW II (Part I) and the German occupation of a village outside of Paris (Part II). War brings out the best and worst in people and during the chaotic flight out of Paris (to which most of those who fled simply returned a week or two later) we see examples of great generosity and sharing but also people stealing food and gasoline from each other. The author follows the escapades of a variety of people from a cross-section of classes but sh [...]

    29. Sono rimasta incantata da questa scrittrice che conoscevo poco. La lettura di Suite francese mi ha svelato una persona straordinaria, dotata di uno sguardo saggio e benevolo, ricolmo di empatia nei confronti dell’universo, sia della natura -che è protagonista costante delle storie, anche tragiche, dei suoi racconti- che degli uomini, donne e bambini che spiccano nelle sue pagine con vivezza e profondità psicologica. Non francesi o tedeschi, ma “uomini” e “donne”. Leggendo i due racco [...]

    30. El gran realismo del siglo XIX se topa de pronto con las ametralladoras de Hitler y los bombarderos de la Luftwaffe, y deja estas dos maravillosas nouvelles que anticiparon en secreto las fisuras del futuro relato heroico de la Segunda Guerra. Némirovsky, niña rica triste, políglota, enojada con su madre, se trajo de la Rusia de su infancia el esprit narrativo de sus grandes escritores y, en un tiempo real que cuesta creer haya sido tal, en el 41 y el 42, mientras Francia era tomada por la We [...]

    31. La prima parte mi è piaciuta più della seconda, ho trovato davvero eccellente la descrizione dell'esodo da Parigi, sia per quanto riguarda l'avvenimento storico in sé che per la caratterizzazione dei personaggi, che è egregia in entrambe le parti del romanzo. È incredibile pensare che questo romanzo sia incompiuto, perché, se è vero che la storia certamente non finisce, è altrettanto vero che quello che abbiamo il privilegio di leggere possiede una grazia e una perfezione tali da far sem [...]

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