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Dormi Nel tuo assetto classico, sul divano, in mutande, davanti alla tiv accesa La spengoForse sono di l, forse sono altrove In genere dormono quando il resto del mondo sveglio, e vegliano quando il resto del mondo sta dormendo Sono gli sdraiati I figli adolescenti, i figli gi ragazzi Michele Serra si inoltra in quel mondo misterioso Non risparmia niente ai figli, niente ai padri Racconta lestraneit, i conflitti, le occasioni perdute, il montare del senso di colpa, il formicolare di unostilit che nessuna saggezza riesce a placare Quando successo Come successo Dove ci siamo persi E baster, per ritrovarci, il disperato, patetico invito che il padre reitera al figlio per una passeggiata in montagna Fra burrasche psichiche, satira sociale, orgogliose impennate di relativismo etico, il racconto affonda nel mondo ignoto dei figli e in quello almeno altrettanto ignoto dei dopopadri Gli sdraiati un romanzo comico, un romanzo di avventure, una storia di rabbia, a e malinconia Ed anche il piccolo monumento a una generazione che si allungata orizzontalmente nel mondo, e forse da quella posizione riesce a vedere cose che gli eretti non vedono pi, non vedono ancora, hanno smesso di vedere....

Title : Gli sdraiati
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ISBN : B00RZDB3N8
ISBN13 : -
Format Type : Audio Book
Language : Italienisch
Publisher : Feltrinelli Editore 7 Januar 2015
Number of Pages : 363 Pages
File Size : 685 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Gli sdraiati Reviews

  • Martina's Kindle
    2019-03-17 08:26

    Istruttivo, intelligente, generoso, divertente e pieno di speranza. Per genitori scorati e disillusi e per i loro figli che non sanno il perché.

  • STEFANO VERCESI
    2019-03-14 04:08

    Mi piacerebbe avre la vena umoristica e lo stile di Michele Serra per descrivere il grottesco di acquistare per 12 dollari un e-book in cui la sequenza di caratteri "fi" è sempre cancellata.... Mi riesce solo di gridare: "rivoglio i miei sooooldi" !!!!,Acquistatelo in libreria: ne vale la pena. Ma lasciate perdere l'e-book

  • Michele Spinelli
    2019-03-16 02:18

    Amaro, umoristico...ansiogeno a tratti!Da leggere per un genitore del nostro tempo

  • Massimo Cavallini
    2019-03-10 10:20

    "Gli sdraiati" is an elegantly written, but painfully superficial, "non-story" about the relation between a petulant father and a teen son whose extremely indolent presence is felt everywhere - mainly in the form of dirty socks left on the floor - but whose voice is never heard (he is in fact a sort of foul-smelling ghost until his very unlikely and a bit ridiculous final redemption while climbing - in a metaphor that runs through the whole book - an Italian mountain called "La Lasca" ). The ambition of being a representation of the generation clash of today Italy is evident, but the result is, to say the least, extremely disappointing, leaving the reader with the impression that the real "sdraiato" (the indolent one) was in fact the author himself, constantly obsessed with watering the flowers he keeps on the balcony of his country house and with almost nothing else. Should those really be the problems and the worries of the Italian young people (and their parents') Italy would indeed be a very happy country. Unfortunately, Italy is today one of the unhappiest country in the planet, and the book is not worth reading. Paradoxically, there is a book that would be worth reading. And it is the one - a kind of epic dystopia about the "final war" between the elders, defending their absolute power, and the youngster, outlawed and forced into the underground - the author fancy to write (in a distant future) during his long (and increasingly boring) complain about his invisible son's untidiness. Let's hope that Michele Serra finally writes this book, finding his own redemption, as his son did climbing the Lasca...

  • Paolo Malvaldi
    2019-02-20 10:18

    Se avete figli over 10 e under 20 questo vi prepara al futuro che tanto futuro non è ma diventa ogni giorno sempre più presente!

  • Dimitrios
    2019-03-15 05:33

    A father of about 50 years of age writes this book as a long letter to his 18 years old son, feeling that the generation gap between them has become too wide to bridge it. The writing is excellent, funny, full of truths and lessons of a lifelong experience. The father would like very much to share some moments with his son, to understand his world, to invite him in his own world of sweet childish memories, but he knows that is not going to happen. He doesn't blame his son though for his snobbish attitude. He imagines that he writes a book about the Last War of Generations where he places himself as a general at the head of the Army of the Old People, but as a traitor also! Nothing else burns his fantasy so constantly as the idea of helping the Youth to defeat the multitude of the Old People who control money, properties and jobs. The book is more a sad admission of a life reaching its sunset, than an austere look at the new generation. Old People are never going to win against the Youth, no matter what, because such is life. A wonderful book, full of humor and distilled wisdom...