Meine vielseitigen Geliebten: Bekenntnisse eines Bibliomanen

Meine vielseitigen Geliebten Bekenntnisse eines Bibliomanen Die Bibliothek ist der Ort der dem Paradies am n chsten kommt Jacques Bonnet Jacques Bonnet ist bekennender Bibliomane Er besitzt mehrere Zehntausend B cher seine ganze Wohnung ist eine Bibliothek A

  • Title: Meine vielseitigen Geliebten: Bekenntnisse eines Bibliomanen
  • Author: Jacques Bonnet Elisabeth Liebl
  • ISBN: 9783426275160
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Die Bibliothek ist der Ort, der dem Paradies am n chsten kommt Jacques Bonnet Jacques Bonnet ist bekennender Bibliomane Er besitzt mehrere Zehntausend B cher, seine ganze Wohnung ist eine Bibliothek Aber wie sortiert man eine solche Menge an Werken Mit welchen Lesetechniken schafft man es, sich ihren Inhalt einzupr gen Und zu welchem Ort sollte man seinen vielseitig Die Bibliothek ist der Ort, der dem Paradies am n chsten kommt Jacques Bonnet Jacques Bonnet ist bekennender Bibliomane Er besitzt mehrere Zehntausend B cher, seine ganze Wohnung ist eine Bibliothek Aber wie sortiert man eine solche Menge an Werken Mit welchen Lesetechniken schafft man es, sich ihren Inhalt einzupr gen Und zu welchem Ort sollte man seinen vielseitigen Geliebten auf keinen Fall den Zutritt gestatten Ein echtes Liebhaberst ck und eine faszinierende Reise durch die Welt der B cher.

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    1. "Depois do prazer de possuir livros, não há outro que seja mais doce do que falar sobre eles."Charles NodierEstão num quarto que se foi transformando em biblioteca; num outro onde durmo um pouco; na sala onde vivo; e até já invadiram a cozinha e a casa de banho. E muitos em casa alheiaEm estantes; em mesas; em armários; em prateleiras; em cadeirasnda não nos roupeiros, nem nas gavetas.São cerca de dois milhares e meio que todos os dias clamam por mais e maisVivem livres, desorganizados; [...]

    2. Antes de mais quero agradecer à minha mãe e a uma bibliotecária da biblioteca municipal de Torres Vedras por me terem dado coragem para trazer este livro (Ando a ler o Eldest e outro livro ao mesmo tempo, então tentei resistir ao encanto de trazer este).Eu deparei-me com este livro "por mero acaso", o seu título chamou-me desde logo à atenção, como quem não quer a coisa aproximei-me e fui vê-lo.A minha mãe leu a sinopse e disse que era a minha cara.É mesmo a minha cara e a de qualque [...]

    3. 3,5Este é um daqueles "livros sobre livros" e isso, para mim, é meio caminho andado para gostar. Não achei todos os capítulos igualmente interessantes, há muitas referências a escritores franceses que não conheço, mas ainda assim, foi uma leitura bastante agradável. Obrigada, S.!

    4. 2,5 estrelas, arredondadas para cima porque é um livro sobre livros.No princípio até estava a gostar, mas depois comecei a aborrecer-me com tantas referências, maioritariamente relativas a escritores franceses e completas com o nome do(a) tradutor(a) francês, editora (francesa) e ano de publicação.Embora haja algumas notas úteis do tradutor, faltam outras tantas, pelo menos para quem não saiba francês.Para o fim pareceram-me até despropositadas algumas "anedotas" relativas a bibliotec [...]

    5. A habit I have picked up of late is to read books about books and also about people who love books. It is like finding a group of people with whom you can feel utterly at home. The language these authors speak and the ideas they have about books are ones with which I could find similar wavelengths . For want of a better word, I would call this book porn ! Fantasizing about all the books you could read and also basking in the eloquence of authors who could speak the language of the books in the m [...]

    6. Um livro que começa bem com o relato da candidatura de Fernando Pessoa em 1932 ao lugar de conservador-bibliotecário no Museu Condes de Castro Guimarães em Cascais e que se prolonga numa toada deliciosa.Muitas vezes dei por mim a rever-me nas considerações de Jacques Bonnet sobre os livros, os leitores, os escritores, os hábitos de leitura ou a forma de organização das bibliotecas pessoais. E sobretudo, assentindo sempre ao quadro apresentado dos “viciados” em livros, dos que PRECISA [...]

    7. So so. Its main benefit is giving me reinforcement to smile benignly at those who question my sanity when they see the bookshelves (more arriving next week; the benefit and 'cost ' of volunteering at the friends of the library where books are almost free). Bonnet has 40,000, so I'm a lightweight.

    8. What a lovely little meditation on the beauty of living in a world full of books. Not only that but the author has three of my all time authors within these pages. Boris Vian, Osamu Dazai and Albert Cossery. So one is surrounded by great taste!He also comments on the peculiar nature of collecting books as well as the human nature needing these objects to surround us. Without a doubt my library is very much my self portrait. And this book is now part of my collection!

    9. I received this book from and reviewed it for New Book Magazine.This is a book about books, written by a man in the middle of a life-long love affair with books, who has accumulated approximately 40.000 copies in his house.This is a book about having such a personal library, acquiring the books and the need to keep them, the intricacies involved in organising the shelves and the frustrations associated with not being able to find a certain copy of a certain title. This is a book for those who lo [...]

    10. If you love books, physical books, then this slender volume, from someone who shares your passion, will fly right into your heart. I felt a sense of recognition from his opening quote: "Some people are fond of horses, others of wild animals; in my case, I have been possessed since childhood by a prodigious desire to buy and own books." --Julian the Apostate. The author has a personal library of 40,000 volumes, so you might say he is a bibliophile extraordinaire. He discusses the problems that co [...]

    11. Ο Μποννέ γράφει: "[] η βιβλιοθήκη αμβλύνει το πεπερασμένο των ανθρώπινων δυνατοτήτων: αντιπροσωπεύει τη συμπύκνωση του χρόνου και του χώρου." Γράφει για τεράστιες βιβλιοθήκες με ξεχωριστές προσωπικότητες, για βιβλιοφάγους συγγραφείς, βιβλιομανείς ήρωες βιβλίων, βιβλιοθηκ [...]

    12. I am so buying myself my own copy of this book. As a self confessed bibliophile and avid reader, I recognise my own joys, choices and dilemmas in every page from the constant issue of where to store one's books (went with the buy a house solution) to how to categorise and shelve them and the ever present questions from all those who just don't understand the power the printed page holds over us. Bonnet even manages to capture the thought and reasoning behind the need to keep hold of books, regar [...]

    13. the author of this book has a library containing 40,000 volumes!! there's lots in here about other collectors - one guy's apartment became so filled with books that he moved out to an apartment opposite and kept his booklined one as an office. Another story is a Brazilian guy who spent 17 years looking for a particular book and finally flew to france to pick up a copy, and then left it on the plane!! (it's ok, he mananged to get it back).This was orignally written in french, and most of the book [...]

    14. A beautiful homage to books and bibliomania. It's main theme is based on Borges "Paradise is library." The book is crammed with elegant aphorisms and remarkable anecdotes, like the description of a lithograph by Daumier called "the book-lover in heaven", which perfectly illustrates the fascination rarity holds for the bibliophile. It shows a man thumbing through a little book and explaining to another book-lover, "I can't tell you how happy I am I've just found the 1780 Amsterdam edition of Hor [...]

    15. Jacques Bonnet works in the French publishing industry, and between his profession and a self-professed case of bibliomania, he has a personal collection of some 40,000 books. Phantoms on the Bookshelves is a brief, breezy reflection on a lifetime spent book-collecting, sprinkled with quotations, aphorisms and anecdotes. Bonnet doesn't develop a lot of his ideas, and I disagreed with several of them, but this is nonetheless an enjoyable trifle.

    16. Leggere e scoprire di essere affetti da bibliomania. Ti dici che in fondo non è grave.Il fatto è che, prima di arrivare alla scoperta, i libri si sono moltiplicati, e non capisci come sia potuto accadere.Nell’attesa di trovare una risposta spuntano le domande: collezionista o lettore insaziabile?Cosa ti ha spinto a scegliere quei libri? Una ragione ci sarà, o dieci cento mille…Urge però trovargli una collocazione, quindi meglio rimandare la soluzione ai quesiti.Sì, però… con quale cr [...]

    17. I originally picked this up because it is a book about books, written by a man who owns 40,000 books in his private collection, and that really intrigued me. After reading, I think this book would be good for a specific audience, and I'm sure that doesn't include me. For example, if you own thousands or tens of thousands of books, you will probably like this book and really connect with the author. If you are familiar with authors and literature from all times and from all countries, especially [...]

    18. Breve trattato sulle librerie, o meglio, sui bibliomani che le nutrono, le ordinano, le spostano, le catalogano. Avevo il sospetto di essere affetta da bibliomania ma dopo aver letto questo divertente libricino della Sellerio ne ho proprio la conferma. Non sono arrivata ancora ai 40000 volumi dell'autore (beato lui), ne ho circa 3500 (uno speciale ringraziamento ai miei genitori), ma ho poco più di trent'anni, direi di avere tempo :)È stato interessante leggere dei vari problemi di catalogazio [...]

    19. About halfway through this short book, I wondered to myself -- what, exactly, am I going to say about this book? What is its thesis, what is it trying to say, does it have a message, or anything? This is a book about books, and the people who collect them, their collections, and what happens to them in the "real world" as a consequence of their attitude towards books. If you have ever felt that you have too many books, but can never summon the courage (or have the time) to reduce it to a managea [...]

    20. Cada vez gosto mais de ler sobre livros. Várias têm sido as leituras deste género ultimamente, e quando me cruzei com referências a este ensaio soube que, mais tarde ou mais cedo teria de o ler. Graças às BLX, acabou por ser bem cedo.Este livro aborda essencialmente o tema da bibliofilia e de todas as consequências que esta traz. Encontra-se dividido em capítulos que abordam temas como as bibliomanias, a arrumação de livros, práticas de leitura ou a forma como o leitor sabe mais sobre [...]

    21. In Phantoms on the Bookshelves, Jacques Bonnet has set out to chronicle a lifetime of book collecting.As a confirmed bibliophile myself, I was eager to read of another’s journey through the world of books.Jacques certainly has some tales to tell of the many ways he has come across books, and the best ways in which to catalogue an enormous personal library, and I did find myself chuckling along at moments, recognising my own personal struggles with how best to organise my overflowing bookshelve [...]

    22. This small book is lovely - I felt like I had found a kindred spirit. One of my favorite quotes: "How did these books get into my library? By a combination of chance, systematic curiosity, and impulses generated by conversations or reading." And this: "My memory works best at being able to find quickly the book the information is in, rather than by loading itself with facts, dates and quotations which are sitting on my bookshelves." And especially this: "Even when the book really has been read a [...]

    23. I love books about books and very little persuasion was needed for me to read this other than to find it in a bookshop. As a bit of a collector myself, it's always great to read about other people's shelves, ways of organising, bookish stories, ways of reading. This book really is, as Jerome Garcin wrote in his review, "a promise of happiness". There was one thing however it would have benefited greatly from, if only it was absent - James Salter's introduction. Not only does he offer no insight [...]

    24. Έχω μεγάλη αδυναμία στα βιβλία που μιλάνε για βιβλία και αυτό εδώ ήταν συμπαθέστατο. Διαβάστηκε σε δόσεις γιατί βρέχει ονόματα και τίτλους. Μου άρεσε ιδιαίτερα το κεφάλαιο «Διαβάζοντας τις εικόνες» για τα βιβλία και καταλόγους τέχνης, που παραλληλίζει τις ράχες τους με το [...]

    25. A tiny, delightful book about the tiny delights of personal libraries. If your time is limited, The Library at Night is more comprehensive and contemplative, though this one is certainly worth its 144 pages. Worth it for the bibliography alone.

    26. Un tratado de xardineria para a planta trepadora que máis me gusta; os libros. Un libro sobre libros e sobre o clube dos bibliofilos <3

    27. This book was written for bibliophiles like me. If you love to read and collect books, this is a must read for you, too.

    28. "To play its part properly, the library must be left behind from time to time, so that one can miss it and then gratefully rediscover it It is waiting for us at home and is already being enriched with the things we are bringing back with us." - p. 102

    29. How does one live with tens of thousands of books?I will almost certainly never have the means to ask myself that question, yet I found Monsieur Bonnet's little book a charming, funny, moving, and effervescent meditation on that question, and I found myself nodding in agreement with point after point. How does one organize one's books? Even though I have only several hundred, not twenty thousand, I debate and think over that question regularly. What does one collect? Am I a "collector"? I find m [...]

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