I promessi sposi

I promessi sposi Renzo Lucia don Rodrigo don Abbondio la monaca di Monza padre Cristoforo in questi e negli altri memorabili personaggi di questo romanzo semplice e profondo si agitano i drammi i dolori e le gio

  • Title: I promessi sposi
  • Author: Alessandro Manzoni Giorgio De Rienzo Guido Bezzola
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Renzo, Lucia, don Rodrigo, don Abbondio, la monaca di Monza, padre Cristoforo in questi e negli altri memorabili personaggi di questo romanzo semplice e profondo si agitano i drammi, i dolori e le gioie di tutti Manzoni lavor con febbrile cura a questo suo capolavoro, offrendo una delle opere pi alte e durature della letteratura mondiale Oggetto di molte letture distoRenzo, Lucia, don Rodrigo, don Abbondio, la monaca di Monza, padre Cristoforo in questi e negli altri memorabili personaggi di questo romanzo semplice e profondo si agitano i drammi, i dolori e le gioie di tutti Manzoni lavor con febbrile cura a questo suo capolavoro, offrendo una delle opere pi alte e durature della letteratura mondiale Oggetto di molte letture distorte e di molte riduzioni, il grande e formidabile romanzo si propone ancora oggi con una forza e una ricchezza inimitabili.Oltre che essere una lettura tra le pi godibili e coinvolgenti, la storia di Renzo e Lucia si offre come strumento prezioso per affrontare le molte sfide di fronte alle quali si trova la nostra cultura.

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    1. BillKerwin

      Manzoni's historical novel The Betrothed--although not much read today in the English-speaking world--is considered by many Italians to be the greatest novel written in their language. It is indeed a great novel. Manzoni, building on the simple romantic story of an engaged couple whose scheduled wedding is prevented by the designs of a lustful noble, creates a rich, many-shaded portrait of life in the vicinity of Milan in the early 17th Century, featuring war, famine, plague and riot, great crim [...]

    2. Lorenzo Berardi

      This novel is hated by many generations of Italians.Poor Alessandro Manzoni! He's not to blame for the bad reputation of his book. The moronic Italian educational system is the only guilt of the assassination of I Promessi Sposi in most of its readers. Just consider this: in Italy we study this novel at primary school, at secondary school and at high school. Every single time restarting from its beginning. Therefore it's pretty obvious that I Promessi Sposi becomes one of the worst nightmares of [...]

    3. Tea Jovanović

      Prvo izdanje posle 50 godina otkako je poslednji put objavljena u Srbiji Istorijski, ljubavni roman

    4. Το Άσχημο Ρύζι Καρολίνα

      Αυτό το βιβλίο λοιπόν πόσες φορές μου ήρθε να το πετάξω να πάει στο καλό. Πώς το τυπώσανε έτσι δεν μπορώ να καταλάβω, με εξώφυλλα πιο λεπτά κι από το χαρτονάκι που δένουν οι μαθητές κι οι σπουδαστές τις εργασίες τους,με το σπιράλ. Είναι και βαρύ, ως να το τελειώσω έγινε όλο μια [...]

    5. Sinem A.

      Dante ve Boccacio dan sonra bir önemli İtalyan daha okumuş olabilmek güzel. Verdi'nin "requem"inin Manzoni'nin birinci ölüm yıldönümü için yazıldığını, kitabın İtalya'da dil birliğini sağlamak açısından büyük önem taşıdığını 1823'den 1840 kadar yazarın kitap üzerinde çalışıp defalarca revizeler yaptığını, kitaptaki karakterlerin bir kısmının İtalyan tarihinin önemli simaları olduğunu öğrenmek hoş oldu.Ancak klasik edebiyata ve tarihi romanlara [...]

    6. Dhanaraj Rajan

      When I began this novel, I was not sure whether I would complete it. The reason: I began it in the wrong time, that is, when I had many other responsibilities. So it could never have served as a gap filler in the days. Also, a thick volume would entail many days in such a tight schedule. I was sure to be discouraged. But as the book came in the package and as I began to read it I was immediately fascinated by the characters and the place described. I gave it a try and now I have completed the bo [...]

    7. Elena

      An all-time masterpiece of Italian literature. We Italians all study it at school and of course, get bored to tears by it, unless we find some time to actually read and re-read it for our own interest and pleasure - perhaps years after graduation day!. That's when we can truly appreciate the wit, the humour, the historical and psychological insight, the language (it's a pity it cannot be conveyed in translations). The plot is quite simple and you surely have heard of it if you watch soap operas [...]

    8. Simona Bartolotta

      «Sicuro che ho voglia di scherzare: e mi pare che sia ora finalmente. Ne abbiam passate delle brutte, n'è vero, i miei giovani? delle brutte n'abbiam passate: questi quattro giorni che dobbiamo stare in questo mondo, si può sperare che vogliano essere un po' meglio. Ma! fortunati voi altri, che, non succedendo disgrazie, avete ancora un pezzo da parlare de' guai passati: io in vece, sono alle ventitré e tre quarti, e i birboni posson morire; della peste si può guarire; ma agli anni non c'è [...]

    9. Davide

      Sì, certo, l'orrore delle letture scolastiche obbligatorie se io invece ho uno straordinario ricordo di una straordinaria insegnante del biennio delle superiori? Non posso dire che mi ha fatto amare la lettura, perché la amavo già prima. Ma posso dire che in un certo senso mi ha re-insegnato a leggere. Proprio su questo libro qui.

    10. Lobstergirl

      If you can get through the first 100 pages of The Betrothed, which are entirely plot, extremely operatic, and full of bumbling intrigues, I suspect you will ultimately find it rewarding. It concerns two young peasants from a village near Lake Como in 1628, Lorenzo and Lucia, who are engaged. But a local scoundrel, the wealthy and tyrannical Don Rodrigo, has taken a shine to Lucia and has his ruffians threaten the priest who is supposed to conduct the wedding, so the wedding is foiled, and Lucia [...]

    11. Lada Fleur

      I read this book several years ago as a student in the course of my wild reading in Paris, I read it in a flash, sort to say, in one week-end, what remained of it is the poverty of existence of two poor young persecuted souls in front of greedy, arrogant and powerful master, and the system he represents, a huge novel as an impulsion to change through love. The long parts of it were consecrated to that insufferable situation of Italy divided into ecclesiastic and aristocratic forces, wielding the [...]

    12. Cphe

      Historical novel set in Italy during the 1600's. It's a long novel that may appeal to some, it just wasn't my cup of tea. There's a bit of everything on offer here, skullduggery, star crossed lovers, treachery, pestilence and plague.Couldn't say in all honesty that the main characters appealed to me neither Lucy or Renzo. Lucy was a bit of a striking violet for my reading taste. Still it was listed on the Guardian 1000 list and I'm glad that I took the chance to read, it just wasn't a story that [...]

    13. Luís Miguel

      O romance histórico italiano mais apreciado e lido em todo mundo. Estará para os italianos como Os Maias está para os portugueses, no sentido em que é objecto de estudo e leitura obrigatória nas escolas. Um colosso literário que exalta as virtudes do espírito cristão e fornece um retrato histórico de Milão, no Séc. XVII. Agora editado pela Paulinas, com o esmero que uma obra desta magnitude merece, tem direito a ilustrações e capa dura, prefácio por José Maria Poirier e nota sobre [...]

    14. Dagny

      A marvelous read! There are quite a few asides to fill us in on the history of the time the story is set. Most are interesting, a few go on too long for my taste, but not enough to knock even half a star off my rating. The book is loaded with great quotes.". . . we all know that traditions, unless someone lends them a hand, never give you the full story."

    15. Charles

      What a book! On the first level simply a long, somewhat rambling historical novel about Milan and its surroundings in the seventeenth century, written two hundred years later, the book — virtually Manzoni’s only extended prose work — admirably integrates historical scholarship, personal observation of character and place, and political philosophy.The “promised spouses” (the Italian formula for “affianced”) of the title, Renzo and Lucia, are peasants living in a village on Lake Como [...]

    16. Laura

      Quotations:Before concluding a marriage, we are required to search closely that there be no obstacles.Those who injure others are guilty, not only of the evils they commit, but also of the effects produced by these evils on the characters of the injured persons."Surely, there's justice in the world." So true is it that, under the influence of great misfortune, men no longer know what they say.Free download available at Project Gutenberg.Thanks to Karen for having recommended this book.

    17. Fernando Ferreira

      “Deixo-o para vocês, guardem-no, mostrem-no a seus filhos. Virão a um triste mundo, em tristes tempos em meio a soberbos e provocadores, digam-lhes que perdoem sempre, sempre! Tudo, tudo! E que eles também rezem pelo pobre frade”.

    18. Dragos C Butuzea

      romanul italian prin excelențăcu romanul său istoric logodnicii, alessandro manzoni marchează în poarta istoriei literare, romanul său rămânând cocoțat grande atât ca roman italian, cât și european. cred și io, în 1827, romancierii se numără pe degetele ciungului - walter scott sau fenimore cooper, de pildă. de-abia după vreo doi ani balzac se șterge de caș și publică șuanii iar goethe, se satură de ștrumf și zdrang și scoate anii de drumeție ai lui wilhelm meister [...]

    19. Felipe Oquendo

      “A qual [história], se de facto não vos desagradou, agradecei a quem a escreveu, e também um poucochinho a quem a remendou. Mas se, pelo contrário, tivéssemos conseguido aborrecer-vos, acreditai que não foi feito de propósito.” Ao ler estas últimas linhas do romance “Os Noivos” pela primeira vez, no final do ano de 2008, sabia que havia não só entrado em contacto com uma obra objetivamente excelente, como que sentira também aquela íntima satisfação pela qual nosso espírito [...]

    20. Guenda Ferri

      Tranquilli, non ho letto I Promessi Sposi in un giorno. In effetti l'ho letto con la scuola nel corso dell'anno. Che dire di questo libro? Non è proprio male, ma com'è pesante. E pieno di retorica e di moralismo. Per di più l'unico personaggio figo (Fra Cristoforo) alla fine muore e invece sopravvive Lucia, alla quale più volte avrei sbattuto la testa contro il muro del lazzaretto. Diamine, se è fastidiosa, quella ragazza. E perché nelle illustrazioni le mettono sempre quei bastoncini da s [...]

    21. Joselito Honestly and Brilliantly

      This is part history and part fiction. The setting is Milan (Italy) sometime in the 17th century. It is said to be universally recognized as the greatest of all Italian novels and is often compared to Tolstoy's "War and Peace." It is also very, very long and contains a lot: a love story, tragedy, suspense, humor, history, war, politics, business, religion, superstition, philosophy, famine, food riots, plague, etc.Remember my review of the Indian behemoth, "A Suitable Boy" by Vikram Seth? A chara [...]

    22. Tony

      I was first drawn to this book after hearing the Verdi requiem. Who could possibly have inspired such transcendant music? I discovered that the book played a, if not the vital role in uniting Italy under one dialect. So I went into it with some trepidation. Could it live up to its reputation? For me it most certainly did, but in fact not because it was a "classic" but because it turned out to be a rollicking good read, that entertained and informed. The interjections of history were fine by me b [...]

    23. Roberta

      Ho avuto la fortuna di leggere una versione per ragazzi dei Promessi Sposi molto prima di doverli studiare a scuola (era di mia mamma e, non sapendo nulla di Manzoni, non avevo pregiudizi). Sono poi stata così fortunata da avere la preside del liceo a fare supplenza per un docente di italiano che tardava ad arrivare, e lei era un'appassionata. Quando rileggo l'addio ai monti non posso fare a meno di pensarla.Detto questo, la storia è più che nota ed io la trovo bella. Il personaggio più secc [...]

    24. Karen

      The Betrothed is rightfully rated as a treasure in World Literature. Both a wonderful story and a historical documentary set in the vicinity of Milan between 1628-1631, the story line is that of star crossed lovers; but oh the obstacles they faced! I picked it up because I recently discovered that my ancestors survived the 1630 Plague of Milan. But the story of the Great Plague (footnoted with Manzoni's research of contemporary accounts) is only one section of this incredibly rich novel. I thoro [...]

    25. Simon Mcleish

      Originally published on my blog here in September 1998.The Bethrothed is probably the most famous work of Italian literature not by Dante Alighieri or Petrarch. The introduction to this Penguin Classics edition compares its influence on Italian culture to an English scene where Charles Dickens wrote only one novel and Henry Fielding and William Makepeace Thackeray had never existed. Its revision by Manzoni into the Tuscan dialect was a major turning point in the establishment of that dialect as [...]

    26. Pamina

      As part and parcel of every italian student background, I was first forced to read this book in high school. But I didn't deeply appreciated it since I read it again and again after school. Somehow ironic and dramatic, perfect photography of author's time (although set a couple of century before). Characters are unforgettable. Written in the best italian possible (for me).I now put it in my top ten favorite books.

    27. Lmichelleb

      Though this is a classic I never had heard of before, thankfully other more well-read friends pointed me in the right direction! The characters are well developed, there is much of human nature to ponder, especially as the title couple, and many others, walk their difficult road through suffering and pain. A surprising amount of humor tempered the sorrowful portions of the tale, and all the history woven in just made it come all the more alive.Definitely recommended!

    28. Michael Gruber

      I read this book, which, shame to say, I had never heard of before, on the recommendation of the Pope, whose favorite novel it is. I had never done this before, but then we never had a Pope who recommended novels before. The Betrothed, or I Promessi Sposi, is a book on the magnificent scale of War and Peace or Moby Dick, and is regarded by cultured Italians as an equivalent achievement. As in many 19th century European novels, the authorial voice dominates the telling of the story, but Mazzoni h [...]

    29. Kristine

      Wow, this is an amazing book. It is also very involved. I love all of Manzoni's depictions of human nature through his characters and thought he had some good insights as well. The story line is beautiful and so good and moral. This book is so much more, though. It also delves into much of Italian history and since this was my first ever introduction to Italian history, it was a lot to digest, but also extremely interesting. Apparently the Italians study this book all through their school years, [...]

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