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As well the discussion on homosexuality was new to me. There’s something subliminal about gid Counterfeiters that is beyond my intelligence to figure out. Oct 17, Tuck rated it really liked it.
It’s got a soft feel to it.
The story of Edouard writing his novel demonstrates his search for knowledge, yet as he associates with a group of his own adolescent relatives it appears as an artificial arrangement; one that displays the effects upon society of youth’s corruption of traditional standards and values.
Somewhere in my reading, in fact, I began assuming any male character was gay until proven otherwise. Oct 26, Tiago Germano rated it it was amazing. With many characters and crisscrossing plot lines, its main theme is that of the original and the copy, and what differentiates them — both in the external plot of the counterfeit gold coins and in the portrayal of the characters’ feelings and their relationships.
What we have is in large part a sentimental narration of the characters. This is not light reading, but turns out to be well worth it in the end. I’m not sure that it always succeeds well, since this style contributes to the lack of any significant plot and an unsatisfying conclusion.
Gide’s novel has moments of keen psychological penetration and, for that reason alone, deserves veritable accolades.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. We re introduced to characters who play small parts and then disappear. Gide’s novel was not received well on its appearance, moonederos because of its homosexual themes and its unusual composition. Return to Book Page. Llos mean the novel ends with a boy’s accidental suicide, out of the blue.
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The Counterfeiters by André Gide
Quotes from The Counterfeiters. But that search gets twisted in a hundred different directions, ending up only as strands heading in a general direction.
Thus we have entered a world where we cannot trust our senses — what is counterfeit and what is real? Los dos abandonan sus casas para poder construir sus vidas. I mean it’s a very long story about writing stories with a lot of characters and sometimes it feels that the line between what the character’s are thinking and the what the author is thinking and what the author is thinking of the actual real novel is thin.
Originally published inthis book became known for the frank sexuality of its contents and its account of middle class French morality. This is an extremely complex novel from this distinguished French author who had apparently published over thirty books during his career.
There is also the coming of age story of Bernard and Olivier as they prepare to leave school — but does this extend beyond their education and emanate from all who are learning about the world?
andree In the end the story shows the meeting of various personalities of the author. The Counterfeiters has improved its reputation in the intervening years and is now generally counted among the great novels of the twentieth century. Assume everyone is gay until proven otherwise. Jul 23, Kit rated it really liked it Shelves: Page count missing – The novel has that 19th-century breadth of including everyone from the ande to the poor girl pregnant out of wedlock.
Maybe I can’t fathom it because when I write I need to pre-plan most every important thing To provide food for curiosities still unformed, to satisfy requirements not yet defined, so that the child of to-day may be astonished to-morrow to find me in his past”.
The intersections that follow among writing instruction, publishing, entry into adulthood, and sexuality are noteworthy, but not too. View all 4 comments.