E–pub Download [マチネの終わりに] AUTHOR Keiichirō Hirano


A del racconto evolver con dei colpi di scena alcuni francamente un po improbabili Ma bisogna considerare che la trama pi che altro il pretesto per consentire all autore di sondare l animo umano nelle sue molteplici sfaccettature In particolare sono due i temi che a mio avviso ricorrono pi freuentementeIl primo il passato che cambia Cambia perch le nostre nuove esperienze ci fanno vedere il nostro passato con occhi sempre diversi cos che il giudizio che abbiamo dato di una "nostra esperienza passata e perfino della nostra stessa vita vissuta pu cambiare nel tempoIl secondo tema uello che Hirano chiama il "esperienza passata e perfino della nostra stessa vita vissuta pu cambiare nel tempoIl secondo tema uello che Hirano chiama il contrapposto all individuo La persona non come un monolite con una sua personalit individuo ma come un essere complesso fatto di molteplici relazioni al lavoro con la mogliemarito con i genitori e con i figli con gli amici e con gli sconosciuti nei confronti delle uali la persona il dividuo sviluppa molteplici personalit La magia di Hirano consiste nel far vivere uesti temi in una storia vibrante ed appassionata fuori del tempo Although At the End of the Matinee shares stylistic and thematic similarities with Keiichir Hirano s A Man it makes for a shares stylistic and thematic similarities with Keiichir Hirano s A Man it makes for a less intriguing read At the End of the Matinee lacks the psychological edge that made A Man into such a compelling read The story and characters of At the End of the Matinee have little depth and as the narrative progresses and the storyline veers into melodrama I found myself growing increasingly frustrated by what I was reading and disappointed too considering that abrupt ending aside I found A Man to be a well written and engaging read The opening pages of At the End of the Matinee are very reminiscent of the ones from A Man Readers are informed that the story they are about to read is real and that to protected their privacy this unnamed author has altered certain details such as their names Yet whereas this fiction posing as true story device fitted A Man given that the He confidence to make the first move Will their connection endure weaving them back together like instruments in a symphony or will fate lead them apartBlending the harmonies of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Nocturnes and the sensuality of Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love At the End of the Matinee is an enchanting and thought provoking love stor. .

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S hai ragione Lo capisco uesto discorso uindi il presente "esattamente la contraddizione tra passato e futuro disse annuendo my "la contraddizione tra passato e futuro disse annuendo Not my of tea nzommaNoiosetto nella prima parte come almeno per me gran parte della letteratura realisticaAnche l intrecciarsi della trama con fatti di attualit la guerra in Ira il pregiudizio etnico la crisi finanziaria del 2008 ecc faticano a risollevare il libro mentre non decolla il tentativo di trasformarlo a volte in romanzo d idee coi personaggi a discutere dei suddetti fatti rimanendo tali discussioni piuttosto superficialiComincia a vivacizzarsi nella seconda met uando l affare tra i due protagonista si complica assai ma c solo una curiosit un po da telenovela cosa far lui cosa far lei a mandare avanti la letturaNel complesso non mi sento di promuoverloEnnesimo romanzo che rinfocola i miei dubb sulla letteratura giapponese contemporanea tra uel che ho letto finora salverei solo Ogawa Y ko il problema ci che viene importato o davvero il livello generale cos basso e scipito A cosa corrisponde la parola individuo e uale lingua scegliere per raccontare di come esso continui a frantumarsi per ogni scelta che compie per ogni volta che bisogna per necessit perdere Il Controllo Una Storia D controllo Una storia d che diventa un esperienza estaticahttpsbitly2PcbnUN 3 stars may changeTrigger warnings suicide off page death depression PTSD war Islamophobia People think that only the future can be changed but in fact the future is continually changing the past The past can and does change It s exuisitely sensitive and delicately balanced Serving as a semi fictional memoir of the love story between classical guitarist Satoshi Makino and ournalist Yoko Komine At the End of the Matinee is both excruciatingly long an p 33 2 2 At the End of the Matinee by Hirano Keiichiro is a character drive contemporary tale of a relationship that has potential but which struggles to commence due to various misunderstandings and twists. Bestselling author Keiichiro Hirano offers a timeless ode to love’s fragility and its resilience in this delicate award winning novelClassical guitarist Satoshi Makino has toured the world and is at the height of his career when he first lays eyes on ournalist Yoko Komine Their bond forms instantlyUpon their first meeting after. .
Of fate Both Yoko and
Makino Came Across Well And 
came across well and engaged in their story right from the start As an amateur musician myself I enjoyed all "the music references and discussions throughout the book and the translation was deftly handled the prose flowing "music references and discussions throughout the book and the translation was deftly handled the prose flowing At the End of the Matinee is a deceptively simple story at first glance but it has many hidden depths and I would be glad to read works by Hirano Keiichiro in the futureI received this book as a free eBook ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review This was uite a disappointment for me I enjoyed the authors novel A ManI found the story too slow for "My Taste And The Constant "taste and the constant of this and that song and the mention of that particular movie this made me roll my eyes a lot Readers who are familiar with this kind of music will probably have a way better experience than I didWe trudged through all the inner thoughts and monologues for what I disliked the twist at the end immensely and found that the story didn t satisfy me I also didn t get the point the author wanted to make I understood the whole midlife crisisstagnationreinvention side of things but the ending almost made me angryI would only suggest this if you have an interest in musicThank you Netgalley for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review Senz altro uno dei libri pi belli letti uest anno difficilmente inuadrabile in un filone specifico Parla un linguaggio universale di sentimenti emozioni amori ed amicizie che non hanno confini geografici Se mi perdonate il paragone sono sempre approssimativi ma tanto per dare l idea come leggere Mari s con una scrittura ancora pi raffinata ed una trama pi solida senza esagerare per la storia di due affermati professionisti un chitarrista classico ed una giornalista tra i uali scocca la scintilla dell a inteso nel senso pi pieno del termine E uindi non solo come aspetto fisico ma anche e soprattutto come completamento l uno dell altra La tram. Makino’s concert in Tokyo they begin a conversation that will go on for years with long spells of silence broken by powerful moments of connection She’s drawn by Makino’s tender music and his sensitivity and he is intrigued by Yoko’s refinement and intellect But neither knows enough about love to see it blooming nor has .

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