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Return to Book Page. Las Aventuras de Arthur Gordon Pym The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket en ingles es la unica novela de su autor, el estadounidense Edgar Allan Poe, aparecida primero por entregas y posteriormente en forma de libro, en la ciudad de Nueva York, en el ano Esta novela de Poe, que tantos y tan intensos cuentos escribio, es un verdadero conjunto de aventuras Las Aventuras de Arthur Gordon Pym The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket en ingles es la unica novela de su autor, el estadounidense Edgar Allan Poe, aparecida primero por entregas y posteriormente en forma de libro, en la ciudad de Nueva Grodon, en el ano Esta novela de Poe, que tantos y tan intensos cuentos escribio, es un verdadero conjunto de aventuras fuertes: En estas paginas obsesivas, recargadas, barrocas, no hay un momento de respiro para el lector, que se ve literalmente asediado -y acaso fascinado- por la destruccion y muerte que rezuman.
Y no menos sorprendente es su misterioso final, en el que aparece esa inesperada figura velada que tenia la perfecta blancura de la nieve.
Verne arthr se resigno a ignorar el destino de Pym y lo imagino en La esfinge de los hielos. Paperbackpages. Published September 7th by Createspace first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please artgur up. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Which Chapter does Poe’s infamous quote, “Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality,” live?
Also, the quote seems consistently quoted as “[ Mayumi Amargo I went ahead and found the quote. Lists with This Book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. View all 9 comments. I already read this book decades ago in another translation and liked it quite a bit. If you know Arno Schmidt you also know about his rather unusual way of punctuation. In this book he uses it too, especially in the first part. Of course there are people who complain about this very fact that the translation is too far from the original [see link to a newspaper article below].
If those people can decide what a good translation is in terms of nearness to the original, then they can obviously read the original. For those of you who cannot read Poe in the original I advise you to check out the translation by Arno Schmidt.
Here are some quotes from the original source: Project Gutenberg and the translation: I flew to him and raised him up. He was drunk—beastly drunk—he could no longer either stand, speak, or see.
Ich flog hin zu ihm, und richtete ihn auf —: He was going—my friend—my companion, from whom I had a right to expect so much—he was going—he would abandon me—he was gone!
He would leave me to perish miserably, to expire in the most horrible and loathsome of dungeons—and one word—one little syllable would save me—yet that single syllable I could not utter! I felt, I am sure, more than ten thousand times the agonies of death itself.
His head was equally deformed, being of immense size, with an indentation on the crown like that on the head of most negroes lws, and entirely bald. To conceal pgm latter deficiency, which did not proceed from old age, he usually wore a wig formed of any hair-like material which presented itself—occasionally the skin of a Spanish dog or American grizzly bear.
Overcome now by his feelings, he threw himself among the lumber in despair, and wept like a child. Whaling vessels are usually fitted with iron oil-tanks—why the Grampus was not I have never been able to ascertain. I have myself seen several which would weigh from twelve to fifteen hundred als, although I girdon not remember that any navigator speaks of having seen them weighing more than eight hundred.
Their appearance is singular, and even disgusting. Their steps are very slow, measured, and heavy, their bodies being carried about a foot from the ground. Their neck is long, and exceedingly slender; from eighteen inches to two feet is a very common length, and I killed one, where the distance from the shoulder to the extremity of the head was no less than three feet ten inches.
Ihr Aussehen ist sonderbar, ja, zum Teil widerlich. The great peterel is as large as the common albatross, and is carnivorous. It is frequently called the break-bones, or osprey peterel. Instead he praises the new in translation by Hans Schmid as a gain. To prove his thesis, the following paragraph is quoted: It was blowing almost a gale, and the weather was very cold — it being late in October. I sprang out of bed, nevertheless, in a kind of ecstasy, and told him I was quite as brave as himself, and quite as tired as he was of lying in bed like a dog A high range of light gray vapour appeared constantly in the southern horizon, flaring up occasionally in lofty streaks, now darting from east to west, now from west to east, and again presenting a level and uniform summit—in short, having all the wild variations of the Aurora Borealis.
View all 15 comments. Tiene un final abrupto y misterioso, que deja muchos enigmas por esclarecer. For the first two-thirds of this, the only novel written by Edgar Allan Poe , we have an interesting, but not entirely atypical, sea voyage complete with a stowaway the narratora mutiny, a tale of survival on the open sea, and a rescue.
It is only when the rescuing vessel goes farther south than any other vessel has gone before that The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket becomes a Poe creation.
Pym describes the notion below a certain Antarctic latitude as becoming warmer rather tha For the first two-thirds of this, the only novel written by Edgar Allan Poe , we have an interesting, but not entirely atypical, sea voyage complete with a stowaway the narratora mutiny, a tale of survival on the open sea, ve a rescue. Pym describes the arthr below a certain Antarctic latitude as becoming warmer rather than colder. Once the ice floes have been passed, they come upon a primitive people who turn treacherous.
In the end, he sails through milky-white hot water where a kind of ash is falling. I do not intend to divulge the ending. The novel is incomplete with Poe offering an afterword. Pym and his avenutras Peters survive, but they never finished telling the story to Poe, who talks about publishing it in The Southern Messengerfor which he actually wrote.
Les aventures d’Arthur Gordon Pym – Viquipèdia, l’enciclopèdia lliure
Barbaraw Vero, vero, vero. Cosimo mi alzo dalla sedia sigurd sviscerato: All who enjoy Poe’s writing and love classic adventure. In classic Poe style of course it was quite interesting and enjoyable, on many an occasion I felt I was actually with Pym experiencing the adventures. The tale is about the young Arthur Gordon Pym who stows away aboard a whaling ship called Grampus.
Pym experiences a series of adventures including shipwreck, mutiny, and cannibalism. He is eventually rescued by the crew of another vessel, the Jane Guy and also meets a sailor called Dirk Peters with whom he travels further south. They finally reach land again, but are confronted by natives. Well they end up capturing a hostage, aquiring a canoe and sailing towards the South Pole. The tale ends abruptly though, in Pym’s words, “There arose in our pathway a shrouded human figure”.
Gather your own understanding of this. I admit I disliked this novel the first time I read it, but it was better the second time, and even better the third time It’s a sea adventure where they eat each other and hardly anyone survives.
Arthir translated works of EAP and lose half the pleasure. Onun da ismi Richard Parker. Me ha encantado esta novela. Exciting, even thrilling at some points, gruesome, disgusting, informative and just utterly weird in its entirety.
As ever, Poe does not disappoint with this telling of the adventures and mis-adventures of Arthur Gordon Pym as he leaves his home town by stowing away on a whaling ship where upon he suffers the ups and down of life at sea.
Poe weaves Pym’s tale with his usual flair and avventuras, creating a cross over between reality and fantasy that leaves you wondering how much really came from his imagination and how much he’s weaved in from real-life tales.
Las aventuras de Arthur Gordon Pym
This version also has a short story by Jules Verne, As ever, Poe does not disappoint with this telling of the adventures and mis-adventures of Arthur Gordon Pym as he leaves his home town by stowing away on a whaling ship where upon he suffers the ups and down of life at sea.
This version also has a short story by Jules Verne, written to round off the story that was left as such a cliff hanger. Aevnturas I’m not generally a fan of such things, Verne maintains the sense of reality and mystery that Poe established and carries it through. Granted the ending may be a bit of a stretch, it does fit with the events told by Poe and Pym as part of the main narration.
Jezik je jednostavan no vrlo sugestivan i vizualan. Guglajte Hiperboreju i Lemuriju! Roman me podsjetio na “Otok doktora Moreaua” od Wellsa. Bacam oas ovaj jako kul film koji je jedna od ekranizacija “Otoka doktora Moreaua; http: Svijet koji Poe stvara ovim romanom je ostvaren jako kvalitetno te u jednom cijelom totalitetu. Artthur u biti oni se samo spominju u djelu ali ih bacam jer dd mi predragi. Pozdrav Iliri i Ilirkinje! O primeiro livro de Edgar Allan Poe que eu leio! Este livro conta as aventuras de Gordon Pym, um jovem rapaz.
Fala da amiza O pm livro de Edgar Allan Poe que eu leio! Certo dia, Augustus informa-o de que vai com o pai e a equipagem para o mar e convida Pym. E Pym continua no seu esconderijo Muitas outras aventuras acontecem e o relato prossegue, cheio de detalhes e aventuras.