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Warte bis zum Frühling, Bandini: Roman (1938)

von John Fante

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Reihen: Bandini (2)

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He came along, kicking the snow. Here was a disgusted man. His name was Svevo Bandini, and he lived three blocks down that street. He was cold and there were holes in his shoes. That morning he had patched the holes on the inside with pieces of cardboard from a macaroni box. The macaroni in that box was not paid for. He had thought of that as he placed the cardboard inside his shoes.… (mehr)
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The plot of this book is pretty much nonexistent, the characters never deviate from their stereotypes, and to top it off the dialogues gave me the impression that the whole thing played out like one of these crummy family 90s movies (where the realism?). Fante's dictionary is stunning, and as a non-native speaker, his work undoubtedly enriched mine, yet at some point I got genuinely fed up with his unusual and clunky style. The author could have benefited from a straightforward prose, but instead he stuck with his dull stream of consciousnesses revolving around a super hormonal dirt poor and dense kid's wishes to bang his classmate and his weird obsession for baseball players, not to mention his uncommon choice of fancy words. Bukowski had a thing for Fante, but this novel is and will always be nothing like Ham on Rye. I will look into his other works in the hope that Arturo Bandini will turn out to be less of a daydreaming imbecile as well, because that's one of the main things that turned my stomach throughout the novel. ( )
  Vertumnus | Jul 22, 2021 |
This was a simple story of Italian immigrants struggling to survive in Colorado’s harsh winters. It made me angry at the parents, both of them and sad for them and their sons.
My mom was an Italian immigrant living in NYC and the novel reminded me of stories she told of having bread for breakfast and a fried egg for lunch. How she was ridiculed by her classmates for wearing the same dress to school each and every day. Bothe the novel and my mom’s stories made me feel sad ( )
  AstridG | Mar 8, 2020 |
I was really surprised by how much I liked this book. The prose was unassuming but able to communicate the inner and outer lives of each character with seamless transition. Fante had such a natural command of voice and character that the novel's structure just sort of fell into place. He may dazzle with high modernist pretensions of language play and aureate description but those literary foundations are all here in humble, utilitarian expression. You could actually draw a line from Henry James to this novel if you wanted to be all highfalutin about it.

I highly recommend this book. It is a quick and unassuming read but the narrative machinations are sophisticated lessons in how to erase oneself as an author. ( )
  Adrian_Astur_Alvarez | Dec 3, 2019 |
I was really surprised by how much I liked this book. The prose was unassuming but able to communicate the inner and outer lives of each character with seamless transition. Fante had such a natural command of voice and character that the novel's structure just sort of fell into place. He may dazzle with high modernist pretensions of language play and aureate description but those literary foundations are all here in humble, utilitarian expression. You could actually draw a line from Henry James to this novel if you wanted to be all highfalutin about it.

I highly recommend this book. It is a quick and unassuming read but the narrative machinations are sophisticated lessons in how to erase oneself as an author. ( )
  Adrian_Astur_Alvarez | Dec 3, 2019 |
John Fante racconta attraverso gli occhi e le gesta di Arturo Bandini la sua storia e in questo primo libro, in particolar modo della sua infanzia/adolescenza.
Svevo Bandini, il padre, muratore, è costretto durante i mesi invernali a un fermo
lavorativo e questo butta l’intera famiglia in una serie di ristrettezze economiche
che vanno anche a pesare sull'umore, sia dei figli che della moglie Maria..
Per tutta la narrazione persiste questo senso di misera, la difficoltà reale del padre di mantenere la famiglia, di vestirli, di scaldarli e dall'altro lato i familiari che quasi
lo pretendono, accusandolo di non fare abbastanza, di andare a sperperare il
poco che hanno…e cosi in loro si insinua un dubbio…
Questi figli poco amati sia dal padre, che dalla madre, figli che non riescono a capire ne
il comportamento dell'uno, ne dell'altra
Una madre perennemente depressa o comunque sempre con in mano un rosario,
intenta a pregare lasciandoli spesso abbandonati a sé stessi, anzi preoccupati della
sua stessa salute, come se le parti si fossero invertite.
A tratti figli più maturi dei loro stessi genitori..
In questo contesto crescono Arturo e i suoi due fratelli, come se le stagioni fossero lo specchio dell’anima, dei loro sentimenti, come se l'inverno con la sua neve portasse
gelo, freddo sia fuori ma anche dentro i loro cuori..
In questo spirito la famiglia Bandini, aspetta la primavera, sperando che porti qualche miglioramento….
Fa impressione come a tratti John Fante riesca a inserire anche dell’ironia in mezzo a tanta povertà e miseria e la cosa a pensarci bene non lascia indifferenti...
Per me un bel libro, spero che il secondo libro della quadrilogia non mi deluda… ( )
  Sally68 | May 27, 2018 |
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He came along, kicking the snow. Here was a disgusted man. His name was Svevo Bandini, and he lived three blocks down that street. He was cold and there were holes in his shoes. That morning he had patched the holes on the inside with pieces of cardboard from a macaroni box. The macaroni in that box was not paid for. He had thought of that as he placed the cardboard inside his shoes.

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