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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Spuma zilelor by Boris Vian. Spuma zilelor by Boris Vian. In lumea romanului lui Vian nu exista distinctii suma intre oameni, animale, plante si obiecte.

Universul sau asculta de alte reguli. Lumina se lichefiaza, din robinete ies tipari si pastravi, soneria se desprinde din perete pentru a-si anunta proprietarul, geamurile au fontanele care nu se inchid, pasagerii se urca in automobile fara roti, dar cu picioare vibratile, soare In lumea romanului lui Vian nu exista distinctii nete intre oameni, animale, plante si obiecte.

Lumina se lichefiaza, din robinete ies tipari si pastravi, soneria se desprinde din perete pentru a-si anunta proprietarul, geamurile au fontanele care nu se inchid, pasagerii se urca in automobile fara roti, dar cu picioare vibratile, soarecele are constiinta iar camera se-ngusteaza pana la disparitie. Toate elementele participa, in Spuma zilelor, la cea mai frumoasa poveste suprarealista de iubire, amestec alchimic de poezie, fantezie, muzica, umor, cruzime si tragism. Colin e un tanar bogat care iubeste jazzul si pentru care a munci ca sa-ti castigi painea inseamna a deveni egalul masinii.

In plamanii lui Chloe, dragostea lui, creste un nufar si doar prezenta altor flori poate stopa boala. Averea lui Colin se topeste vazand cu ochii si trebuie sa munceasca pentru a-i putea aduce ei mereu flori. Viwn surasul lui de tanar, ironic si impertinent, Vian ne spune in fiecare rand al Spumei zilelor ca despre iubire nu se scrie in limbajul realitatii viaj, ci doar cu mijloacele fantasticului.

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There are three English spyma of this book from what i can tell. Which is zileloor favorite or which do you think is the best and why? Ramza Beoulve i’ve only read the brian harper one, but zipelor excellent. See 1 question about Spuma zilelor…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Esta novela, escrita enadelanta el surrealismo pop liviano de los ’60 Anguila salida del grifo y es servida para la cena, un director cae a la muerte mientras la fiesta sigue.


Fin de la historia. Tra strampalate invenzioni, topi parlanti e malattie floreali, si snoda una vicenda surreale assurta a manifesto degli outsider romantici: I really don’t see the appeal. It was too strange and I could not begin to understand what the author zipelor to tell me. Maybe I’m missing the whole point of the book actually, it feels like there wasn’t one.

Maybe it was spoiled for me by so many people telling me how great it is. I didn’t think van was great at all and I had to force myself to finish it, which is why it took me 8 days.

I don’t think I’ll be reading it again. View all 9 comments. My translation is rendered as Froth on the Daydream and I suppose I felt the novel had aged poorly. A surrealist exercise, almost, it’s a story of love and fortunes lost with a bunch of oh-I-see figures zilelorr out the cast. Jean Pulse Heartre, Father Phigga etc. Some moments are amusing, though a lot seems forced and it’s obvious where the cut-up or chance tools have been used.

I always felt as if I should be enjoying the book much more than I was. Ain’t no Perec, that’s for sure. It’s not often that you see a title that embodies a book’s content so well.

The writing style is silly, simplistic and in some cases the social commentary about manual labour and working in general downright sarcastic.

It’s quite unlike anything I have read, so it was interesting. But overall, I don’t know if I liked it. viab

Maybe because I didn’t Actual rating Maybe because I didn’t quite like the characters, who seemed too much like caricatures. I’d say it’s a personal preference- I like books with at least one character I can relate with. One other reason could be how the book significantly focused on frail, young, beautiful Chloe.

She reminded me of David Copperfield’s first wife Dora. Another lady I didn’t particularly care for. The other female lead – Lisa, was an intelligent young woman who gave everything up for a man she loved – a man with no redeeming qualities. I could only read a few pages at a time before having to put it down – it took me months to read this slim novel.

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I’m glad I never had to read it in French, I would have never understood it. The ending couple of chapters were surprising.

Une histoire vraiment bizarre. As one man his name was Brian said: I’ll have to give this book a second chance sometime, but as of right now, I am sticking with two stars. Hay libros que son para uno y otros no No me he enterado de nada? What was this fuckery. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I’m sorry but what even?

Just a post-reading ramble. Starting with the good – some moments in it were delightfully playfully magical, right with my tastes. The language was quite beautiful too. I even saved some paragraphs because of how fluffily lovely they were.


Why is everyone gushing over it as heart I’m sorry but what even? Why is everyone gushing over it as heartbreaking and etc. It’s tragic cuz it’s ridiculous! Maybe I need to be french to appreciate the subtlety of the deeper meaning here or emotions and feelings hiding ”between the lines”, but honestly, what was so touching and heartbreaking about it?

Chloe barely talked, i don’t know who she is or what her character is like. All I know is some guy, wo talked sometimes TOO much and TOO fast, and who fell in love with Chloe did so mostly cuz he was in love with falling in love to begin with. It literally didn’t matter whether it was Chloe, or Isis, or Assylum which it actually was, I see there being more reason for him to be in love with her and I believe he wishes he were.

How am I supposed to be convinced this dude actually loved Chloe and isn’t just a dramatic, desperate and impatient guy who’s been sold the idea of love by a cheap gypsy mind controller or something?

I just can’t wrap my mind around where the insane apparent caring and tragedy lies. If anything it read more like a comedy, or something humorous!

But I do have the feeling that its a very particular kinda ”taste” that one needs to have to understand it, or maybe even a particular style of story telling that I might just be not sophisticated enough to understand. The ending was stupid too. My favorite part of it was the mouse and cat part.

Actually, the mouse is probably my favorite character, how bout dat? I’m disappointed because the damn reviews on the cover were saying such fantastic things. If your heart breaks from that, how are you still alive? Io non zklelor problemi con il delirio, ma con un certo tipo di umorismo cartoonesco vecchio stile si.

Surreal, but not in a good way. At least the story is interesting. No, wait, there is no story.

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Things just happen, none of which make any sense. The one thing that stands out is that this book was written inso any modern literature or other creative work that it reminds me of came later.

That is a feat. Sep 03, C. Bcp de Sartre et de Camus ds ce livre!!! Playful imaginative zielor that turns rather dark. Hugely important book, sphma precursor to ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’, but both are really not my cup of tea.