MOBI æ The Curious Case of Benjamin Button ✓ F. Scott Fitzgerald
Na génese deste conto publicado pela primeira vez em 1922 terá estado segundo F Scott Fitzgerald uma observação de Mark Twain em ue o escritor lamen If you read this backwards it totally makes sense
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The Curious Case of Benjamin ButtonDesgosto e estupefacção de todos os envolvidos o «peueno» Benjamin vem ao mundo com a aparência o tamanho e as peculiaridades de um homem de 70 ano First of all how is there an entire movie here? Yeah yeah it would probably be best to come back to thatMy overall vote is meh? From a clunky start this short story waxes and wanes in a similar fashion to its title character All that I could think while reading the first two sections was how Fitzgerald's dialogue and descriptions of character behavior were the literary euivalent of cutting paper dolls out of vellum and proclaiming them to be sentient creatures Along with being generally flimsy prototypes for Dad Mom Doctor Nurse etc each one of the figures in the story spoke as if they were awkward bratty kids acting in a grade school stage play Example from when Señor Button the First arrives at the hospital expecting to greet his newborn child who is actually as you surely know a crotchety old man What's the matter? demanded Mr Button appalled Triplets?No not triplets answered the doctor cuttingly What's you can go and see for yourself And get another doctor I brought you into the world young man and I've been physician to your family for forty years but I'm through with you I don't want to see you or any of your relatives ever again Good bye Geesh calm down princess And here I thought I was addicted to exclamation points like my keyboard pumps helium through my fingertips directly up to my brain Fortunately the pre teen euivalent to daytime soap opera dialogue eases up as you move along with the story The soapy behavior however continues In the upper hall he addressed another nurse who approached him basin in hand I'm Mr Button he managed to articulate I want to see myClank The basin clattered to the floor and rolled in the direction of the stairs Clank Clank This is just one example but YES I am definitely nitpicking However have you ever seen the film Wet Hot American Summer? It cleverly addresses this irritating habit of bad movies bad television shows and in this case bad bad writing the tendency to have people convey the complex and often disparate emotions of astonishment anger and terror simply by dropping whatever they are holding with overly high pitched generic sound effects included In WHAS every time a character throws something in frustration or shock the same stock track of breaking glass is played regardless of what material the projectile is composed of This happens something to the tune of a 10 ish times in the movie and it is increasingly hilarious In Benjamin Button however it is just another example of some of the slovenly writing contained therein As you move on the story becomes engaging I don't know if it is necessarily better written in parts or if the plot itself simply distracted me from otherwise weak wordplay All the same as the character hits his physical thirties and begins losing his passion and feelings of connection to his lethargic 50's ish wife you feel for him a bit As he regresses further and further back toward the womb losing the respect of his community and even his ungrateful dickwad of a son you feel for him a bit And so on and and so on In fact the sections dealing with Benjamin's adult child's frustration with his increasingly infantile father were pretty emotionally charged It seemed a fitting metaphor for the way that many adults tend to eventually see their aging parents as burdens rather than role models and givers of life It invokes the reader's sympathies for those poor loony old folks dumped into nursing homes and abandoned by their kin to rot in the diapers that life tends to cycle us back into Sad sad stuff All in all Benjamin Button is an interesting story with somewhat poor execution It is pretty watery and considering that it is so short I'd argue that sloppy writing is kind of inexcusable Also there is a point near the end where my interest dropped off pretty sharply as I felt fairly certain that I knew exactly what was coming By the end the story had once again become about as fascinating as some stranger's drooling babySo again how is there a movie here? Oh and why have I never seen it? There are so many things about it for which I have positive associations Cate Blanchett David Fincher Brad Pitt Fitzgerald For some reason though I just never got around to it and am even less interested now Would you care to change my mind?
F. Scott Fitzgerald ✓ The Curious Case of Benjamin Button EBOOK
FREE PDF Ä BOOK The Curious Case of Benjamin Button ç NATURALTREATMENT ☆ Na génese deste conto publicado pela primeira vez em 1922 terá estado segundo F Scott Fitzgerald uma observação de Mark Twain em ue o escritor lamentava ue a melhor parte da vida fosse ao início e a pior no fim Assim nasceuTava ue a melhor parte da vida fosse ao início e a pior no fim Assim nasceu Benjamin Button mas como o leitor poderá começar a adivinhar para grande The Curious Case of Benjamin Button F Scott FitzgeraldThe Curious Case of Benjamin Button is a short story written by F Scott Fitzgerald First published in Collier's Magazine on May 27 1922 It was subseuently anthologized in his book Tales of the Jazz Age which is occasionally published as The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Other Jazz Age Stories In 1860 Balti Benjamin is born with the physical appearance of a 70 year old man already capable of speech His father Roger invites neighborhood boys to play with him and orders him to play with children's toys but Benjamin obeys only to please his father At five Benjamin is sent to kindergarten but is uickly withdrawn after he repeatedly falls asleep during child activitiesعنوانها «ماجرای مرموز بنجامین باتن»؛ «بنجامین باتن موردی استثنایی»؛ «ماجرای عجیب بنجامین باتن»؛ نویسنده فرانسیس اسکات فیتس جرالد فیتزجرالد؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیست و ششم ماه فوریه سال 2011میلادیعنوان ماجرای مرموز بنجامین باتن؛ نویسنده فرانسیس اسکات فیتس جرالد فیتزجرالد؛ مترجم پدرام عبهر؛ تهران، کوله پشتی، 1389، در 80ص؛ شابک 9786005816006؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان آمریکایی سده 20معنوان بنجامین باتن موردی استثنایی؛ نویسنده فرانسیس اسکات فیتس جرالد فیتزجرالد؛ مترجم مرضیه فولادی؛ تهران، نیک مهر، 1395، در 54ص؛ شابک 9786008287322؛عنوان ماجرای عجیب بنجامین باتن و داستانهای دیگر؛ نویسنده فرانسیس اسکات فیتس جرالد فیتزجرالد، و دیگران؛ مترجم فرشید عطایی؛ تهران، آموت، 1389، در 205ص؛ شابک 9786005941777؛ نقل نمونه متن چشمان آقای باتن انگشت اشاره ی پرستار را دنبال کرد؛ و آنچه که دید این بود پیچیده در پتویی بزرگ و سفید، پیرمردی که آشکارا حدود هفتاد سال را داشت در یکی از تختهای نوزاد، که به سختی در آنجا داده شده بود، نشسته بود موی کم پشتش تقریبا سفید بود و از چانه اش ریش بلند دودی رنگی آویزان بود، که در نسیمی که از پنجره به درون میوزید به طرز مضحکی تکان میخورد پیرمرد سرش را بالا آورد و با چشمانی کمسو و کمرمق که در آن سوالی بغرنج موج میزد به آقای باتن نگاه کرد آقای باتن، که وحشتش به خشم تبدیل شده بود، غرید «آیا من دیوانه شده ام؟ یا این شوخی مزخرف بیمارستانی است؟»ا پایان نقل از متنتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 28041399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی