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  • Title: პანი
  • Author: Knut Hamsun თამარ კალანდაძე-ტაბახმელაშვილი
  • ISBN: 9789941238604
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Manny says:

      I went into the café and sat down in the corner. I prefer to sit there. I took out my book and opened it. After a while, I looked up and saw that one of the waitresses was standing behind me. I realised she had been there for some time. She was a pretty brunette who looked about twenty.- Excuse me, I said. I didn't notice you.- That's okay, she replied and laughed. I didn't want to disturb you. What's that you've got there?- Pan, I said. By Knut Hamsun.- And you can read it? she said. What lang [...]

    2. s.p says:

      -I love a dream of love I once had, I love you, and I love this patch of earth.-And which do you love best?-The dream.With his succinct 1894 novel, Pan, Knut Hamsun once again displays his prowess of capturing the human psychology and detailing the internal conflicts that arise through the sudden rise and fall of moods. Through Glahn, the capricious man who has taken up residence within the northern wilderness and the socialite Edvarda, Hamsun demonstrates how even the slightest romantic collisi [...]

    3. Helen Ροζουλί Εωσφόρος Vernus Portitor Arcanus Ταμετούρο Αμούν Arnum says:

      "Εξελίσσεται στην περιοχή της Νορλάνδης, μια ήσυχη και κόκκινη ιστορία αγάπης. Δεν θα βρεθούν πολέμιοι σε αυτό, παρά μόνο άνθρωποι κάτω από διαφορετικούς ουρανούς’’. Κνουτ Χάμσουν. Μια απλή και μυστικιστική ιστορία αγάπης ξετυλίγεται σε μια ερημική,παραθαλάσσια νορβηγικ [...]

    4. William1 says:

      As if you needed to revisit it, friends, yet here it is: Hamsun's excruciatingly true-to-life depiction of the exaltation and despair of young love. In his later years, the novelist Anthony Burgess had a pat blurb for certain novels he liked. Of them he would say: "Almost unbearably moving!" That blurb applies perfectly to Pan. This novella is so emotionally affecting! It is so on the money! The reader goes through the entire exhausting emotional cycle here. From initial lusting, to growing inte [...]

    5. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      Pan, Knut HamsunCharacters: Thomas Glahn, Edvardaتاریخ نخستین خوانش: ششم آگوست سال 2010 میلادی‏عنوان: پان - همراه زندگینامه و آثار کنوت هامسون؛ اثر: کنوت هامسون؛ نویسنده: رولف.ن. نتوم؛ ترجمه: قاسم صنعوی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، گل آذین، 1388، در 242 ص.، شابک: 9789647703598پان رمانی توصیفی نیست، غنایی است. «ادواردا» د [...]

    6. Emilio Berra says:

      Vita nel boscoHamsun, grandissimo scrittore norvegese Premio Nobel 1920, è un cantore della natura nordica come luogo idilliaco ove l'uomo potrebbe vivere in condizione di totale armonia e in una dimensione di panismo e sensibilità ecologica. Ma l'individuo è portatore di qualcosa d'inestricabile, pertanto deve fare i conti sempre con se stesso.Il romanzo è ambientato nell'estate 1857 ; di fatto però è come fosse avulso da un preciso tempo storico.La rappresentazione della natura splende d [...]

    7. Sidharth Vardhan says:

      A story of an unrequited love story set in mountains. Sounds cliche but it makes for that with complex characters and beautiful prose. Except for hunting and violence against animals, this book was a lovely experience.Better than 'Growth of soil'.

    8. Pavle says:

      Zbog novostečenog straha od debelih knjiga, došlo mi je da ugrabim sebi najbližu knjigu ispod dvesta stranica na polici i da je pročitam, kako bih istrebio ispite što su se zavukli ispod noktiju. Najbliži je bio Pan, na sreću.Samo ima kaže, jel, Pan je centralni motiv ovog izuzetnog romana (novele?). Bog prirode, družbenik nimfi deli mnogo više sa glavnim likom romana, Glanom, od proste zvučnosti imena. I jedan i drugi su okruženi devojkama, i jedan i drugi preferiraju samoću prirod [...]

    9. Reckoner says:

      Κρατώ μονο κάποιες παρατηρήσεις και φράσεις καθώς και την σκιαγράφηση της Εδουάρδας γιατί ο Χάμσουν έχει τον τρόπο του με τις λέξεις. Παρ'ολα αυτά η ιστορία μου φάνηκε αδιάφορη και δυστυχώς πολύ φτωχή σαν εκτέλεση. Επίσης βρήκα ανεκδιήγητα ηλίθιο τον Γκλάν. Κυλούσε τόσο ωρ [...]

    10. Whitaker says:

      Pan certainly gives me a sense why Knut Hamsun might have been attracted to the Nazi creed. I’m not referring to the anti-Semitism or the crude belief in eugenics, but the belief in the superman and in the purity of nature. Both are deeply apparent in this work, or at least, what I think of this work. On one level, Pan tells the story—rather trite and clichéd—of a wilful, destructive woman whose self-worth turns on whether she is able to attract a man. Having succeeded, she loses interest [...]

    11. Matteo Fumagalli says:


    12. Brian says:

      A beautifully written novel detailing the collision of the natural world and the civilized world over a period of a few seasons in the forests of Norway. Hamsun's prose is at times poetic and magical; several dream-like chapters read like a lyrical mystery. The story keeps you on your toes: a couple of unexpected turns in the narrative had me flipping pages to discover the "what next?". Also: the epilogue (I don't want to call it by its true title in order to not inadvertently divulge a spoiler) [...]

    13. RandomAnthony says:

      Pan is the book that made me understand why Bukowski, Fante, et al revered Knut Hamsun. I don't have the background necessary for pinning Mr. H. on the literary timeline, but I can see, I think, why he's such an important link in the chain.Pan's narrator is a weird, isolative woodsman with fewer social skills thanan me, even. He extols the joy of his solitude but locks horns, socially and romantically, with a couple town girls. Hamsun's portrayal of the narrator's progression through the town la [...]

    14. Bezimena knjizevna zadruga says:

      Rece neko ko to ume nepogresivo da oseti, koliko boja u jednoj knjizi. Dodao bih, koliko zvukova, koliko mirisa, koliko nadrazenih cula u jednoj knjizi. Priroda. Ljubav. Cistiliste. Hipnotisuca jednostavnost misli. Morbidnost. Preteca skandinavskog modernog romana i svih njegovih oblika. I svih njegovih najboljih predstavnika. Samci u sumi. Oslobadjanje deteta u sebi. Instinkti. Ludilo koje umiruje citajuci. Ludilo koje se u tom intenzitetu ima videti samo kod Dostojevskog. Bizarnost detalja i p [...]

    15. Bastet says:

      El título no es casual. El teniente Thomas Glahn es cazador, vive en un bosque y es un seductor consumado. Es la personificación de Pan, deidad de la naturaleza salvaje. En Pan (1894), la cuarta novela del noruego Knut Hamsun, hay dos mujeres principales: Edvarda, la única que no le corresponde al teniente, que equivaldría a la ninfa Siringa; y Eva, que sí le quiere, equivalente a la ninfa Pitis. La mitología popular dibuja al dios Pan con dos cuernos en la frente. Otro paralelismo, pues e [...]

    16. Lee says:

      Loved this -- 4.33 stars. Like a cross between "Hunger" and the more serious/solid/steady Growth of the Soil. Unrealiable narrator in the northlands. One with nature. Loved descriptions of the moon and caterpillars. Super-clear dramatization of romantic tilt-a-whirl caused by trying to anticipate manipulative flipflopping of an attractive capricious lover. Loved the insane, surprising actions -- read them through the filter of Knausgaard's insane actions in My Struggle: Book Two: A Man in Love. [...]

    17. Teresa Proença says:

      Numa prosa leve e envolvente, Knut Hamsun conta-nos a história do tenente Glahn, e da sua paixão por Edwarda; e do amor que diz ter por Eva; e pelas outras que lhe passam à porta.Ele diz algures que ama três coisas; mas na verdade ele não ama nada, nem sequer a si próprio. É um homem repelente, cruel e vingativo. Ou somente um psicopata? Não compreendi Thomas Glahn, e senti repulsa por todas as suas acções. Ainda fui ler sobre o mito de Pan, mas nem assimÉ uma personagem para esquecer [...]

    18. Nataša says:

      Kako se oduševim kad pročitam knjigu koja u tom trenutku odgovara mom duševnom stanju :)Nije da sam se preselila u šumu, dohvatila pušku i psa i krenula u lov, ali ovih dana sam baš samotnjakkao gospodin Tomas Šalu na stranu, koliko god da se lako čita, laički ću ipak konstatovati da ovo Hamsunovo delo itekako ima težinu, jer, po mom mišljenju, bez obzira na emotivne avanture glavnog lika, u prvi plan stavlja njegovu psihuihu čoveka uopšte (ili je to možda samo meni najjači utisa [...]

    19. Ana Lúcia says:

      Thomas Glhan conta-nos a história do seu Verão na Nordland e da sua trágica paixão por Edwarda.Pan é a história de um “sonho de amor”. “-Eu amo três coisas- prossigo eu. Amo um sonho de amor que tive em tempos, amo-te a ti e amo este pedaço de chão onde me encontro.-Qual delas amas mais?-O sonho.”

    20. Bettie☯ says:

      (view spoiler)[Bettie's Books (hide spoiler)]

    21. Haaze says:

      Knut Hamsun’s first novel Hunger (1890) was an immediate experience with a descent into poverty and starvation as the main themes. I did not quite know what to expect as I approached Pan: From Lieutenant Thomas Glahn's Papers (from 1894). However, Hamsun directly grabbed my attention with his naturalism and vivid descriptions of the Norwegian landscape. The main character, Lieutenant Glahn, is a hunter who is intimately linked to the realm of nature, its sounds, cycles, scents and flow. This [...]

    22. Nuno Simões says:

      mais um personagem sui generis, mais uma obra excelente de Hamsun. a psique eleva-a a um patamar superior.

    23. João Carlos says:

      O escritor norueguês Knut Hamsun – Prémio Nobel da Literatura – publicou "Pan" em 1894.“Pan” é um retrato psicológico e intimista de uma relação conflituosa entre Glahn e Edwarda, num ambiente dominado pela natureza e pela floresta, com alternância de estados de alma e de linguagem, que revelam decisões abruptas e absurdas, condicionadas pela complexidade emocional das diferentes personagens. Neste diário íntimo, o tenente Thomas Glahn é uma personagem de imensa complexidade, [...]

    24. Aric Cushing says:

      A strange tale of a huntsman in Norway whose odd, sick behavior seems revelatory in light of his brief love affair with a local girl. Few books ever touch on this kind of character, or this kind of depiction of human actions brought on by uncontrollable emotin. Reminds one of Death in Venice. DEFINITELY worth the read.

    25. თინათინო მიქელა says:

      ზოგჯერ ჩვენ გვიყვარს ედუარდა და ვკლავთ ევას. რატომ? "ჰკითხე გზაზე მტვერს და მოსაწყვეტად გამზადებულ ფოთოლს, ჰკითხე ქარს და ვარსკვლავებს, ჰკითხე წელიწადის თორმეტ თვეს და მოცურავე გემებს ზღვ [...]

    26. Oziel Bispo says:

      A história se passa num vilarejo da Noruega no ano de 1850.O personagem principal é um ex tenente chamado Glahn, que vive com seu cão Esopo ,como um eremita em uma cabana numa floresta próxima ao vilarejo. Glahn vive da caça e da pesca e em perfeita harmonia com a natureza. Há passagens lindas com descrições da natureza, dos pássaros , das árvores .Glahn se envolve com a bipolar Eduarda , bem como com Eva uma simples trabalhadora , explorada pelo marido. Em sua relação com Eduarda am [...]

    27. Jimmy says:

      I wish I had read it a little quicker. I put this down about half way in, some other reading got in the way, and so it took a while to read and the momentum was kinda lost. Nevertheless a great book, he has a way of creating the strangest voices that are not simple parodies, but are very funny and effective at the same time. There is a lot going on in here beyond the voice, much more going on here than in Hunger actually (though it might take more patience than that book, as there are many passa [...]

    28. Moon Rose says:

      Pan is a love story on a different take---dark, tragic, strange and twisted. It shows a peculiar knack of Knut Hamsun to discern the capricious, often unstable human personalities in its most intrinsic fashion as it collides with one another, giving form to the abstract aspects of the human experiences, thus creating uniquely drawn characters and a story that bursts with originality, which give further definition to his already profound talent as a writer. Hamsun's vivid depiction of human exper [...]

    29. Luís Miguel says:

      Difícil de pousar, foi tão cativante como brilhante. A sua emulação do mito de Pã é orquestrada, como uma peça de teatro. Através dos papéis descobertos após a sua morte, o caçador Glhan conta-nos a história do seu Verão na Nordland. Tal como no mito, Pan começa na Primavera, onde conhece Edvarda. O caçador Glahn vive como um eremita na natureza e Edvarda pertence à sociedade, pelo que, o peso dos seus mundos diferentes transforma o seu amor numa batalha.Hamsun percorre rectament [...]

    30. Mamdouh Abdullah says:

      لو فكر ديفيد ثورو بكتابة رواية، لن يجد أكثر من كنوت هامسون ورواية بان معبراً عنه وعن هذا الغزل والرهبانية في أرجاء طبيعة غابة نورلاند.أتذكر عند قراءة كتاب والدن لثورو ذلك النوع من الحياة، وجمال الطبيعة، بحيواناتها وأشجارها وأنهارها وأصواتها. يكتبها كشعر، كصلاة.كنوت هامسون- [...]

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