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Nd dispossessed these tales of love food death and sex are ironic and wise about the human condition and the futility of life and display fully Krudy's wit and mastery of the form. Sorry but this was one of those really abstract fantastical compilations I didn t understand though I would think that the author loves food in particular fine dining a lot because a lot of the stories involve very elaborate descriptions of hearty Eastern European food in particular meats stews and soupsI completely was lost for this book And it didn t help that I waited for this book a long time even failing to get it once when I went to the library just for it and the second time paying to reserve it Too far out for my simple mind and I felt even worse reading about the fact that the author was living in poverty with his family most of his life and even had to self publish this book to submit it for a an award in the end he spent most of his prize money on publication and all its peripherals

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To and lovers fall out over salad dressing Life is a Dream is a comic nostalgic romantic and erotic glimpse into the Hungary of the early twentieth century Focussing on the poor a. If you re reading Krudy for the first time and deciding between Sunflower or this book of short stories go for Sunflower This collection of short stories leaves something to be desired It lacks the kind of dreamy and descriptive voice that hypnotized me in Sunflower Out of all the stories the most Krudyesue passages were the ones about old Taban in The Green Ace I found myself highlighting several long chunks of text in that one The stories also leave you hungry on another level If you re a foodie you will appreciate the endless gastro science especially if you re a true carnivore You ll crave Hungarian dishes travel to several cafes serving a dizzying amount of food learn about the art of cabbage trampling properly spear your bread with a knife meet the inn keepers and waitersPeople had only one desire in life to sit down at a comfortable table in a restaurant and eat their way through the items listed on the menu I think Krudy must have written these stories while eating in these very places Wandering from restaurant to cafe Stuffing himself full of cracklings and red peppers Staining his notebooks with ink pork fat and bread crumbs

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Life is a Dream 1931 is Gyula Krudy's magical collection of ten short stories Creating a world where editors shoot themselves after a hard day's brunching men attend duels incogni. i have been reading penguin books in general and penguin classics in particular for decadesand have rarely been disappointed i was with this book howeverthis book is one of their central european classics which were published last year i think they only put out ten titles and that is itthis book was sort of cobbled together by krudy and won a literary prize in hungary in 1931 it consists of ten short stories and while i have no uibble with any of the stories in particular the problem is they are mostly all so similar almost every one of them has as the main character a man who is eating in a tavern and each story goes on and on about what he is eating and how much enjoyment he is having right down to the very last morsel the problem is in almost every case the meal consists of the same items of foodsour lungs bone marrow trampled cabbages sorrel sauce various soups etc etc after about two stories like this it began to get very tedious and remained so throughout the entire book which i did finish i m not sure why because i was basically bored to tears and it didn t even make me hungry uite the opposite in fact

  • Paperback
  • 225
  • Az élet álom
  • Gyula Krúdy
  • English
  • 23 August 2017
  • 9780141193038

About the Author: Gyula Krúdy

Gyula Krúdy was a Hungarian writer and journalistGyula Krúdy was born in Nyíregyháza Hungary His father was a lawyer and his mother was a maid working for the aristocratic Krúdy family His parents did not marry until Gyula was 17 years old In his teens Gyula published newspaper pieces and began writing short stories Although his father wanted him to become a lawyer Gyula worked as an edito



10 thoughts on “Az élet álom

  1. says:

    i have been reading penguin books in general and penguin classics in particular for decadesand have rarely been disappointed i was with this book howeverthis book is one of their central european classics which were published last year i think they only put out ten titles and that is itthis book was sort of cobbled together by krudy and won a literary prize in hungary in 1931 it consists of ten short stories and while i have no

  2. says:

    The fact that Deszo Kosztolanyi nominated him for the Hungarian PEN Club should give you indication that you're dealing with an extremely talented writer here Having spent the last year completely immersed in Hungarian literature I've come to the understanding that good writer in Hungary means many things It means you're a REALLY good writer

  3. says:

    Life is a Dream is a collection of 10 short stories about Hungarian culture taverns and eating lots of eatingLif

  4. says:

    If you're reading Krudy for the first time and deciding between 'Sunflower' or this book of short stories go for 'Sunflower' This collection of short stories leaves something to be desired It lacks the kind of dreamy and descriptive voice that hypnotized me in 'Sunflower' Out of all the stories the most Krudyesue passages were the ones about old Taban in 'The Green Ace' I found myself highlighting several long

  5. says:

    It's cabbage everywhere Entire stories entirely about cabbage It turns out that Krudy is utterly fixated with food and not just cabbage Every single story describes at least one meal in as seductive a manner as he can come up with and in some cases the stories themselves are just a mere vehicle for descriptions of food It would have driven

  6. says:

    In Krudy's stories the divide between the dead and living seems to be almost in name or label only dead men carry on affairs living

  7. says:

    For a relatively short book this took me a very long time to read It comprises ten short stories that the destitute Hungarian author selected from his own works in order to have something to submit for a prize he'd been told he had a than good chance of winning which he did apparently but the prize money was shared and distributed

  8. says:

    Sorry but this was one of those really abstract fantastical compilations I didn't understand though I would think that the author loves food in particular fine dining a lot because a lot of the stories involve very elaborate descriptions of hearty Eastern European food in particular meats stews and soupsI completely was lost for this book And it didn't help that I waited for this book a long time even failing to get it once when I went to

  9. says:

    Life is a Dream apparently the last book of Krudy's published in his lifetime is a bit of a letdown after Sindbad and Sunflower We have lots of description of people eating and drinking and preparing food cabbage marrow sour lungs noodle soup etc but not so much the insight into our dreams desires and wickedness that Kru

  10. says:

    Short stories many of which can't really be called 'stories' examining the lives of working Hungarians through the food they are served and e

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