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Jacques le fataliste By Denis Diderot Philippe Chartier,

  • Title: Jacques le fataliste
  • Author: Denis Diderot Philippe Chartier
  • ISBN: 9782253004134
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Jacques et son ma tre devisent en voyageant, mais bient t le r cit des amours de Jacques s interrompt, ouvre d autres histoires et d autres rencontres dans ce livre admirablement virtuose o la parole circule de narrateur en narrateur La parole, mais aussi bien la r flexion sur notre libert et sur le fatalisme qui fait de Jacques le Fataliste un manuel de gai savoirJacques et son ma tre devisent en voyageant, mais bient t le r cit des amours de Jacques s interrompt, ouvre d autres histoires et d autres rencontres dans ce livre admirablement virtuose o la parole circule de narrateur en narrateur La parole, mais aussi bien la r flexion sur notre libert et sur le fatalisme qui fait de Jacques le Fataliste un manuel de gai savoir en m me temps que ce roman toujours neuf dont l esth tique de la rupture, de la provocation et du rebond fonde encore la modernit.
    Jacques le fataliste Jacques et son ma tre devisent en voyageant mais bient t le r cit des amours de Jacques s interrompt ouvre d autres histoires et d autres rencontres dans ce livre admirablement virtuose o la parole

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    1. Master Do you pray Jacques SometimesMaster And what do you say Jacques I say Thou who mad st the Great Scroll, whatever Thou art, Thou whose finger hast traced the Writing Up Above, Thou hast known for all time what I needed, Thy will be done Amen Master Don t you think you would do just as well if you shut up It is often too easy for me to forget that high humor and religious cynicism are not new developments within the realm of published fiction On top of that, as much as we readers here about [...]

    2. So I m sitting in my place when the door bell rings I open the door to find a girl with chocolaty curly hair whom I never have seen before, she takes hold of my hand with both her hands imploring me to help her Suddenly I m a superhero and she is a damsel in distress, and so I ask her what is wrong And she sighing and almost sobbing tells me Tells you what You ask.Why do you care It is not a story, it is supposed to be a review of Jacques the fatalist There is no book innocent than a bad book D [...]

    3. For those exhausted or defeated by Tristram Shandy, here is a precursor to the postmodern novel that packs in incident, philosophy, bitching and warm humour in its 237 pages than most modern avant garde writers manage in a whole corpus Jacques the titular Fatalist attempts to recount the tale of his first loves while accompanying his Master on a series of oblique misadventures that invariably end up as digressions and digressions All postmodern tricks stories within stories, frames within fram [...]

    4. It s not that I know anything much about it first hand either as practitioner or as one who consumes the stuff so my diagnosis and treatment regimen are entirely oblique But you know it is not so uncommon to hear the compliant about MFA prose Like I said, I don t really know what that means because I a don t have an MFA b probably don t read people with MFA s c read lots some of folks who teach MFA s d but don t find anything particularly MFA ish about them most oddly it s a complaint I heard on [...]

    5. It may be your destiny to read and adore the pithy wit of Diderot At a time when the novel was new as a genre as a contemporary of Sterne and Richardson, Diderot confronts the religion and philosophy of his day entrenched in the idea that man s fate was written on a scroll on high and that man only acted out a bit part devoid of real choice in his slavery to destiny Pre destination did not sit well with Diderot and Jacques is the novelist in this dog s breakfast he has served up railing aginst h [...]

    6. Nemam re i da opi em koliko volim Didroa i koliko je on kul lik najveseliji od svih prosvetitelja, najprosvetiteljskiji od svih veseljaka , ali ba toliko je kul i ova njegova knjiga pametna, zabavna, vrcava, lukavo aljakava, seksi, subverzivna, puna narativnih trikova i zavrzlama a opet pitka i itka toliko da bih pola dijaloga sluge i gospodara, ili sva a pisca sa itaocem, prepisivala da im se svi divimo 3

    7. Diderot, it is a name less prestigious than Rousseau and Voltaire We think of the Encyclopedia, some erotic novels well done the libertins novels of XVIII are often boring His tomb is not even in the Pantheon, contrary in two others.And then there was Kundera And Kundera worships him So I m obliged to interest to him Diderot was in jail for his ideas To escape the censorship, he split up his writings Paradoxically, I think that Diderot remains to discover.Thus Jacques the fatalist Why fatalist L [...]

    8. Perfection Self consciously Shandian spawn, which is one of the best things a book can be, with a wit and intelligence that is still simply staggering I have read it twice, but for some reason nothing else of his Will have to rectify this omission asap.

    9. well, yes, it is sort of a one joke story but the joke is philosophical, comic, endlessly applied, and he does tell it very well this book can seem maybe too discursive, too talky, but then that is the point i read the intro after the text, i try to come to this knowing as little as possible about Diderot, to better appreciate the novelty, the comedy i have read Cervantes, so i guess i should now read Sterne maybe also The Nun

    10. Le Ma treAh malheureux ah coquin Inf me, je te vois arriver.JacquesMon ma tre, je crois que vous ne voyez rien.Le Ma treN est ce pas de cette femme que tu vas devenir amoureux JacquesEt quand je serais devenu amoureux d elle, qu est ce qu il y aurait dire Est ce qu on est le ma tre de devenir ou de ne pas devenir amoureux Et quand on l est, est on ma tre d agir comme si on ne l tait pas Si cela e t t crit l haut, tout ce que vous vous disposez me dire, je me le serais dit je me serais soufflet j [...]

    11. I m too distracted to read this in French, since Sophocles is still giving me fits and, well, I do have a life Besides, the translation I m reading is wonderfully brisk and colloquial How can you not love a novel from 1780 that begins with this Beckettian up yours How had they met By chance, like everybody else What were there names What s it to you Where were they coming from From the nearest place Where were they going Does anyone really know where they re going I don t want to jinx myself, bu [...]

    12. As soon as I read the opening of this book I knew I was in a completely different world to all the other 18th century novels I ve read recently How had they met By chance, like everybody else What were their names What s it to you Where were they coming from From the nearest place.Where were they going Does anyone really know where they re going After 900 pages of convoluted prose from Fanny Burney, this was like a bracing dive into the Loire But it would not be true to say that it stands alone [...]

    13. Diderot, my end notes tell me, was strongly influenced by Laurence Sterne in setting out to write Jacques The Fatalist Having already written a story called Ceci n est pas un Conte , his lack of interest in novelistic verisimilitude is clear and the author s voice is an additional character, constantly interrupting the characters on the page who are already constantly interrupting one another to tell us that none of this is true and he can change everything at any time, so don t get too attached [...]

    14. I read this first when I read Kundera s Jaques and His Master 1971 and his higly recommendation on Diderot Without Kundera s description on Diderot s work, I was possibly not able to get the esense of this magnificent work .

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