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review Le città invisibili Italo Calvino É 3 free download read Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB É Italo Calvino იტალიურიდან თარგმნა დარეჯან კიკოლიაშვილმა იტალო კალვინოს 1923 1985 ”უხილავი ქალაქები” ცნობილი პოსტმოდერნისტული ნაწარმოებია რომელშიც გადმოცემულია მარკო პოლოს წარმოსახვითი საუბრები ყუბილაი ყაენთანსახე. Marco Polo Now I shall tell you of the beautiful city of Nottingham where the buildings are made mostly of blue glass onyx and sausagemeat The men of the city trade in fur spices and photographs of each other with their respective spouses All the men have large phalluses sometimes so large they must cut pieces out of the tops of their front doors before they can exit their houses in the morning This is a city of dreamers and anthropophagi of astronomers and chess players all with the largest of phalluses The women of the city are the most voluptuous and lively They wear clothes Many times I have observed them gambolling and performing handsprings for sheer joy of being in Nottingham The dogs of Nottingham are all sly and well read They play canasta and billiards mostly but also trade junk bonds and enjoy swapping photographs of the men of Nottingham with their respective spouses But describing the cats of Nottingham will tax me to the very limit of my powers O mighty Lord Kublai Khan One moment Sr Polo You will see the sun is high I must now bathe in Turkish Delight and oxtail soup We will recommence in the cool of the eveningMarco Polo I await your pleasure my LordKublai Khan to his chief fixer the Grand Weirdo of All The Kingdoms Later this afternoon I wish you to tell Sr Marco I have died Or tell me that he has died One of the two

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review Le città invisibili Italo Calvino É 3 free download read Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB É Italo Calvino ლგანთქმული მოგზაური უამრავ ზღაპრულ მხარეს აღუწერს ყაენს და ქმნის ფანტასტიკურ სურათებს უცნაური ქალაქებისა სადაც ქუჩები კალითაა მოკირწყლული შენობებს ვერცხლის გუმბათები ამშვენებს სასახლეებს კი ზღვი?. The photo is of new and old Shanghai photographed by Greg Girard in 2000 source chronologically euidistant between my two visits there It is and maybe always has been a city of contrasting uneual parts and pairs like many of the Invisible Cities Each man bears in his mind a city made only of differences ListenI ve been eavesdropping on the mysterious hypnotic conversations between a famous explorer from antiuity and the powerful emperor of a distant land Marco Polo and Kublai Khan Exotic places are conjured by gestures emblems and words Then the tables turn and the Khan describes the cities of his dreams and asks Polo if they existBut is it the 55 cities bearing female names or many aspects of a single city Venice or nearer a hundred cities many of them have twins or doubles Submit to EnchantmentIt s deliciously slippery collection of prose poems about places grouped by words and numbers repeated in different permutations that defy a single interpretation though many have been applied including sine waves It suggests multiple routes of reading much like some of the twisted and recursive paths through the cities themselves There are Cities and Memory Cities and Desire Cities and Signs Thin Cities Trading Cities Cities and Eyes Cities and Names Cities and the Dead Cities and the Sky Continuous Cities and Hidden CitiesIt purports to be about physical places but as it explores the invisible order that sustains cities there are twists and forks in time as well as geography the city toward which my journey tends is discontinuous in space and time I fear that if I try to constrain these kaleidoscopic and sometimes paradoxical visions to black and white marks on a screen I will somehow kill the enchantment for myself as well as for anyone reading DoThese are places you must experience for yourself walking the streets crossing the canals peering in windows holding your nose at the stench marvelling at the architecture gazing at the underclad bathing beauties exploring the exotic markets puzzling at the freuent mentions of pipes taps gutters and sewers choking on smoke and always seeking fresh revelations As you wander you can wonder how the cities are simultaneously similar and yet startlingly different it s never clear uite what real and what is not what is cause and what is effect Perhaps that s part of the invisibility of the titleWhether this is travelling through China Calvino Venice or an atlas in a library your journey will not be the same as mine and nor will my subseuent ones We will not be the same people either Meanwhile in another city another Cecily is writing a completely different reviewRelated Books This was my second Calvino Structurally it can seem much simpler than If on a winter s night a traveler but it s oddly harder to review A few months before this I read and loved Andrew Lightman s Einstein s Dreams Having read Invisible Cities I now realise how heavily influenced Lightman was in content structure style every way Whether you class it as homage or borderline plagiarism is debatable but it does not detract from my enjoyment at the time and I think Lightman s book is probably the accessible of the two even though it is primarily about physicstime rather than geography Jeanette Winterson s The Passion portrays a magical Venice of shifting routes that is beautifully reminiscent of Calvinouotes The city however does not tell its past but contains it like the lines of a hand written in the corners of the streets the gratings of the windows the banisters of the steps the antennae of the lightning rods the poles of the flags every segment marked in turn with scratches indentations scrolls Anastasia awakens desires one at a time only to force you to stifle them when you awaken in the heart of Anastasia one morning your desires waken all at once and surround you You believe you are enjoying Anastasia wholly when you are only its slave You penetrate it along its streets thick with signboards jutting from the walls The eye does not see things but images of things that mean other things Your gaze scans the streets as if they were written pages Does your journey take place only in the past Arriving at each new city the traveler finds again a past of his that he did not know he had Futures not achieved are only branches of the past dead branches Cities like dreams are made of desires and fears The most fixed and calm lives are spent without any repetition The exhalations that hang over the roofs of the metropolises the opaue smoke that is not scattered the hood of miasmata that weighs over the bituminous streets Not the labile mist of memory nor the dry transparance but the charring of burned lives that forms a scab on the city the sponge swollen with vital matter that no longer flows the jam of past present future that blocks existences calcified in the illusion of movement this is what you would find at the end of your journey Traveling you realize that differences are lost Your atlas preserves the differences A voluptuous vibration constantly stirs Chloe the most chaste of cities If men and women began to live their ephemeral dreams every phantom would become a person with whom to being a story and the carousel of fantasies would stop

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review Le città invisibili Italo Calvino É 3 free download read Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB É Italo Calvino ? ნიჟარებით ინკრუსტირებული ხვეული კიბეები აქვთ სადაც გარეგნობითა თუ ქცევით უცნაური ადამიანები ცხოვრობენ თუმცა თვისებებით ჩვეულებრივი ადამიანებისაგან არ განსხვავდებიან სერია ”დიოგენეს ბიბლიოთეკა”. It s easy to describe what Invisible Cities is not rather than what it is as it s really very difficult to ascertain which category it can be put into it neither has a clear plot nor characters are developed as they normally are it can t be called a novel or collection of stories can t be put in any one genre since it surpasses so many but still something extraordinary something which can t be described in words which can only be felt The book has loose dialogues between emperor Kublai Khan and a Venetian explorer Marco Polo Polo is ordered to explore the empire of the Khan and to tell parables with which to regale the ageing and freuently impatient conueror with descriptions of every city he has visited on his long peregrinations through Kingdom of Kublai KhanThe parables are surreal in nature and prose is very lyrical however I wonder how lyrical it would be in its original language The book is divided into parables about fifty five imaginary cities which are categorized into eleven groups of memory desire sign thin trading eyes names dead sky continuous and hiddenDifferent groups are associated with different themes as Cities Memory stories are philosophical thought experiments about nostalgia history discarding old Memories which are formed through word of mouth and forming their own As this wave from memories flows in the city soaks it up like a sponge and expands The city which cannot be expunged from the mind is like an armature a honeycomb in whose cells each of us can place the things he wants to rememberAt this point I feel It s not possible to review the book though I made a futile attempt and the I think about the book the I feel I have to re read it and then read it againHowever there is one thing which I can surely say about Invisible Cities that it s A lucid dream one which can be experienced and can t be described

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