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  1. says:

    Querida mam ,H cerca de tr s anos e meio que morreste Tinhas noventa e um anos, e talvez s agora comece a conhecer te Assim inicia Georges Simenon a longa carta dirigida sua m e, onde revela a vida da senhora, como mulher e m e, e o distanciamento afectivo existente entre m e e filho ao longo da vida de ambos.Este livro poder ter algum interesse para os admiradores do escritor e conhecedores da sua obra Eu, pessoalmente, penso que depois do burro morto, cevada ao rabo , ou seja, as pessoas s o para conhecer, amar, acarinhar, enquanto s o vivas depois de mortas n o vale a pena escrever lhes cartas porque n o me parece que haja carteiros no al mmuito menos fazer delas literatura para leitor coscuvilheiro consumir Mas, ainda assim, li tudo e n o sei bem se n o gostei pelo conte do, se pelo desapego com que est escrito.

  2. says:

    A quiet, reflective letter Very beutifully written and painfully honest You brought me into the world, I came out of your womb, you game me my first milk, and yet I don t know you any than you know me Letter to My Mother is a letter from the author to his dead mother The letter displayed a series of gloomy emotions that were tinged with sweetness as the author reflected his relationship with his mother when his mother was still alive The ending nearly brought me to tears when Simenon concluded that what had stood between them was her ferocious need to be good , not her resentment against Simenon.

  3. says:

    I love reading correspondence, and was looking forward to the extended Letter to My Mother, written by Georges Simenon, most famous for his Maigret series of detective novels This is a stark, confessional letter to his dead mother which explores the complexity of parent child relationships and the bitterness of things unsaid First published in 1974, and translated from its original French by Ralph Manhem, Letter to My Mother is filled with sadness from its beginning Simenon writes, very early on, As you are well aware, we never loved each other in your lifetime Both of us pretended Simenon grew up in the Belgian city of Liege, and wished to revisit his pained childhood here A period of three and a half years elapsed between the death of Simenon s mother and the writing of this letter, and he is almost seventy years old when he puts pen to paper He tells her about this, stating perhaps it s only now that I m beginning to understand you Throughout my childhood and adolescence I lived under one roof with you, I lived with you, but when I left for Paris at the age of nineteen, you were still a stranger to me Even when he was young, Simenon was aware of his mother s problems You endured life You didn t live it He then muses, after speaking of the favour his mother showed his younger brother It seems to me now that perhaps you needed a villain in the family, and that villain was me The relationship between Simenon and his mother was fraught and complicated This tender and honest letter details their troubled interactions, and his mother s lack of warmth toward him He speaks throughout about the unknown events of his mother s own childhood, which may have caused her to behave in the disconcerting way which she often did Writing such a letter is a brave act it seems a shame that his mother was never able to see it.

  4. says:

    We see and know our parents from a certain stage in their life.But what experiences made them who they are today What were their dreams What moments broke their heart Why do they believe in certain things and not others These were some of the question that cropped up in my mind after reading this mini classic.

  5. says:

    I read this book on the way to the Narita airport It s part of Penguin s Modern series, which is tailored made for the traveler Small books with little essays, short stories, or philosophy Georges Simenon s Letter to My Mother is a moving piece of literature on his relationship with his deceased mom Not a warm family by any means, but one gathers that Simenon is not only commenting on his mother, but also on himself as well.

  6. says:

    Love every words It was a sincere letter, telling a story about a girl, a woman and a mother from the eyes of a son I was brought back to the day since mother was little, and then how the son reminiscing every bits of this woman and her family, her surroundings even her hardships Beautiful words written with poignant feeling, but surely wholeheartedly So bittersweet that somehow making you wonder about your love to your own mother This have to be my favorite.

  7. says:

    Lisbon Book Fair 2016.

  8. says:

    Too personal, something I feel no one should have the right to read Left me with a sense of prying through someones personal items to which is wrong.

  9. says:

    , , Letter to My Mother THE DEATH OF IVAN ILYCH , , , , , You endured life You did not love it , Stranger You brought me into the world, I came out of your womb, you game me my first milk, and yet I don t know you any than you know me Can I hold it against you , , Can I hold it against you , , I d been expecting it from one minute to the next The reality came as a violent shock all the same I found your face serene, with a serenity that does not exist in life , , , , The week we had just spent together , hardly speaking to one another , left me with a sense of loss It seemed to me that our week wasn t complete , that we hadn t fully made contact She began to remind him of his medicines,but he turned his eyes towards her with such a look that she did not finish what she was saying so great an animosity, to her in particular, did that look express For Christ s sake let me die in peace he said From that moment the screaming began that continued for three days, and was so terrible that one could not hear it through two closed doors without horror At the moment he answered his wife realized that he was lost, that there was no return, that the end had come, the very end, and his doubts were still unsolved and remained doubts Yes, it was not the right thing, he said to himself, but that s no matter It can be done But what is the right thing he asked himself, and suddenly grew quiet , , , , , , , went on thinking I went on trying to understand you.And I realized that all your life you had been good The dying man was still screaming desperately and waving his arms His hand fell on the boy s head,and the boy caught it, pressed it to his lips, and began to cry.He opened his eyes, looked at his son, and felt sorry for him His wife camp up to him and he glanced at her She was gazing at him open mouthed, with undried tears on her nose and cheek and a despairing look on her face He felt sorry forher too Yes, I am making them wretched, he thought They are sorry, but it will be better for them when I die They are sorry all your life you had been good , Death is finished, he said to himself It is no , , What stood between you and me was the merest nothing That nothing was your ferocious need to be good, in the eyes of others, but most of allperheps in your own.

  10. says:

    Very touching As you are well aware, we never loved each other in your lifetime Both of us pretended.

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