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Auf dem Weg zur Hochzeit (1995)

von John Berger

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A mother and father are travelling across Europe to their daughter's wedding. They meet for the first time in many years near the estuary of the river Po. Many people cross the pages of their story, from their future son-in-law to an Italian scrap merchant and a band of computer hackers.
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Check goodreads, one friend has read it, none have written about it.

True he’s won the Booker, which could explain it. But on the other hand, surely one has a heart for his subsequent actions? Upon discovering that the Booker is a prize generated from slave money, he gave half of it to the Black Panthers. The other half was, I believe, earmarked for a project for farm labour in Europe. If all Booker prizer winners are guilty of sharing in the spoils of slavery, surely he comes off best of them.

Is it for the reason I think kicks in most often, he is in the period that is just before this one and therefore to be disdained. That is to say, a greater period of time between the reader and the artist may see him reinstalled. We despise the recent past.

Is it because he is communist and therefore holds an attitude to life currently scorned?

rest here: https://alittleteaalittlechat.wordpress.com/2017/09/08/to-the-wedding-by-john-be... ( )
  bringbackbooks | Jun 16, 2020 |

Check goodreads, one friend has read it, none have written about it.

True he’s won the Booker, which could explain it. But on the other hand, surely one has a heart for his subsequent actions? Upon discovering that the Booker is a prize generated from slave money, he gave half of it to the Black Panthers. The other half was, I believe, earmarked for a project for farm labour in Europe. If all Booker prizer winners are guilty of sharing in the spoils of slavery, surely he comes off best of them.

Is it for the reason I think kicks in most often, he is in the period that is just before this one and therefore to be disdained. That is to say, a greater period of time between the reader and the artist may see him reinstalled. We despise the recent past.

Is it because he is communist and therefore holds an attitude to life currently scorned?

rest here: https://alittleteaalittlechat.wordpress.com/2017/09/08/to-the-wedding-by-john-be... ( )
  bringbackbooks | Jun 16, 2020 |
A stunningly beautiful meditation on love and death told in multiple voices, like a choir. The sensual details are intoxicating, as is Berger's tenderness and hope for us frail humans, even in the face of a terrible, unchangeable fate. ( )
  Laurenbdavis | Jun 3, 2017 |
Välskriven men inte en bok i min smak. Jag tycker om när berättarperspektiven skiftar men jag vill gärna veta vem som "berättar". Kändes bara förvirrande. En odyssé över Europa på 1990-talet med frihet och kärlek över gränserna. Rikedom och fattigdom. Varken Ninon eller Gino känns som riktiga människor, mer som figurer i ett litterärt drama. Jag blir inte berörd. ( )
  pettersson | May 14, 2013 |
Poetic, lyrical in some ways...completely emotional. Probably the best review of this book is on the back cover, a quote from Michael Ondaatje "Wherever I live in the world, I know I will have this book with me." It's important to carry around the books you love and this one definitely made an impression on me both times I read it. ( )
  kirstiecat | Mar 31, 2013 |
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