Konrad

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  • Title: Konrad
  • Author: Christine Nöstlinger
  • ISBN: 9788420435183
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • Madame Bartolotti d teste par dessus tout les mots sagesse, ordre et bonne ducation Un jour, elle re oit une norme bo te de conserve En l ouvrant, elle d couvre Fr d ric, 7 ans, qui pr tend tre son fils Madame Bartolotti est bien d contenanc e grande fervente de la vente par correspondance, elle est pourtant certaine de ne jamais avoir command d enfant D autant qMadame Bartolotti d teste par dessus tout les mots sagesse, ordre et bonne ducation Un jour, elle re oit une norme bo te de conserve En l ouvrant, elle d couvre Fr d ric, 7 ans, qui pr tend tre son fils Madame Bartolotti est bien d contenanc e grande fervente de la vente par correspondance, elle est pourtant certaine de ne jamais avoir command d enfant D autant que Fr d ric est tout son contraire, c est dire sp cialement sage et organis Elle d cide de le garder mais de lui apprendre gros mots, mensonges et b tises.Ce livre a tout pour tre d vor par les enfants Apr s sa lecture, ils n h siteront plus ouvrir des romans plus pais pour y retrouver, comme dans Le M me en conserve, la joie d tre plong tout entier dans l univers tr s personnel d un auteur.

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    1. How I wish there were more of Ms Nostlinger's books available to me in languages I can read (I don't speak German)! I bought this little paperback waaaay back in the 1980s and was swept into its world. And what a crazy world it is!Bertie Bertolotti is a childlike weaver who lives alone and makes her own rules as she goes along. She eats what she wants, when she's hungry; she writes notes to self on the bathroom mirror with lipstick; she wears what feels comfortable as long as it's bright and che [...]

    2. Konrad oder Das Kind aus der Konservenbüchse, Christine Nöstlingerعنوان: کنراد پسرک ساخت کارخانه؛ نویسنده: کریستینه نوستلینگر؛ مترجم: ایرج جهانشاهی؛ تهران، فاطمی، 1370، در 218 ص؛ کریستیننه نوستلینگر متولد وین و ساکن اتریش است. از کتاب‌های ایشان که به فارسی ترجمه شده ؛ می‌توان به «گاهی اوقات دوست دارم مجرد [...]

    3. Така. Аз просто имам нещо като "смешен коремобол" от Конрад, който е дотягащо послушен, ерудиран и възпитан. Такова дете просто не сте виждали! Абсурдът възрастно дете-майка-дивачка е чудесно хрумване, дори си мисля, че би станал от него интересен (философски някак) сюжет за "в [...]

    4. Very underrated book and author. I read it when i was a kid and i absolutely loved it. I must say this was the book that really got me into reading. The whole concept is strange and creepy by itself (A kid that arrives through mail delivery in a food can) but it's presented in such an innocent and fun way that i believe any person (Kid or adult) can come to love it.

    5. Read it for about the fiftieth time, though for the first time in twenty years and for the first time the original in German. I still dare say (even after all the absolutely stunning books I've read) that this is one of the best books there is. Back when it was written it must have been a daring criticism regarding not only the upbringing of children but also the grown-ups' world. Ever after all these years it sounds fresh, and maybe more important than ever.

    6. I absolutely LOVED this book as a childI remember a teacher reading it to us in 3rd or 4th grade and then my family owned a copy that a read a dozen more times. I am desperately looking for a copy of this "out of print" book if anyone comes across one! A funny favorite!

    7. Read this book back in elementary school. I was stuck in a cruddy, underfunded school district south of the Mason-Dixon where they thought this was something that makes sense to assign as class reading. I hated this book. It's odd, because I don't remember much of it now in spite of how much I loathed it at the time. Perhaps because of how much I loathed it. I might have liked it if I'd read it when I was in primary school, but my fifth-grader (sixth? good grief, it might have been sixth grade) [...]

    8. Moltissime occasioni per riflettere sul ruolo di genitore e sui rischi dell'omologazione ma la storia non mi ha convinto molto e i personaggi li ho trovati abbastanza insopportabili, tutti dal primo all'ultimo. sono curiosa di conoscere l'opinione di mia figlia (nove anni), che probabilmente riuscirà ad apprezzarlo più di me.

    9. Ha ha!Ide ceritanya sih OK. Tentang anak instan, yang bisa dipesan dari pabrik dan diprogram sesuai dengan "kebutuhan" pemesannya. Sebuah alternatif cara mendapatkan anak.:-pesan-bayar-terima paket-buka paketnya-buka kaleng kemasan-siramkan "cairan gizi" pada produk di dalamnya (anak itu)-nah, selamat "menikmati" kehadirannya!Entah dimana kegagalan buku ini, mungkin kegagalan penerjemahnya. Saya merasa "tersedak-sedak" membacanya. Padahal, sebenarnya saya merasa cerita ini "seharusnya" asik!Bara [...]

    10. A scuola di buoni genitoriChi non vorrebbe avere un figlio perfetto, obbediente, che risponde sempre con educazione, che studia diligentemente, che mangia tutto quello che la mamma gli mette nel piatto e non fa mai storie di nessun genere, e chi più ne ha più ne metta?Ma se il figlio è perfetto, allora anche i genitori dovrebbero essere alla sua altezza, e non è una cosa facile, credetemi, per quanto ci si sforzi!(view spoiler)[Christine Nöstlinger mette Marius il bambino sottovuoto program [...]

    11. Relu après une première lecture qui datait de mon enfance. Je me souvenais que ce livre m'avait bien fait rire étant enfant. Adulte, une esquisse de sourire à certains passages, même si le fameux Frédéric m'a prodigieusement agacée plus d'une fois. de même, le genre associé aux jouets qui démontre bien d'une époque révolue. Heureusement la pétillante et excentrique Mme Bartolotti est restée telle que dans mes souvenirs, délicieusement hors de la norme. Une petite histoire sympath [...]

    12. Цілесність дитини породжує цілесність батьківства, як і навпаки. Вірність таргету та бажання, надає яскравості наступному дню, та впевненості. Та поєднання почуттів із вчинками дає змогу побудувати міцний фундамент повноцінному майбутньому.

    13. Para creer en la espontaneidad. Un niño hecho en una fabrica aprende que el protocolo y las normas a pesar de ser consideradas "correctas" suprimen el ser. Es una historia que se sirve del absurdo para una sutil y graciosa crítica social.

    14. Buen libro infantil con un mensaje muy importante y el cual resumo en las siguiente frase: "No se puede ser perfecto siempre, la perfección no puede existir porque siempre hay errores, aunque sean mínimos".

    15. I loved this book as a child, so I was a bit worried whether or not it would pass the test of time. Thankfully it did so quite nicely, so I think this will be the next book I read aloud for my nieces and nephews.

    16. Не е най-добрата книга Кристине Ньостлингер, но не е хубаво да бъде пренебрегната. Още повече ако Кристине ти е една от най-най-любимите детски автори.

    17. Adorable children's book. How does a child learn to be good, but not too good and just bad enough to have fun? Just plain fun.

    18. Mi reflexión lectora de este libro viene de una segunda vez leído, tras muchos años, siendo éste leído por primera vez como lectura obligadora en la escuela. Por ello, y quizás con una visión mucho más diferente del mundo (por madurez, por cambios de percepción del entorno y de la sociedad…) he tenido muchas sorpresas de aspectos y frases que en el libro se tratan como normalidad cuando en realidad contienen conductas muy arcaicas.La gran conclusión que obtengo de esta vez, es que es [...]

    19. Omapärane lugu lapsest, kes valmistatakse tehaseks ja koolitakse ebainimlikult korralikuks. Kuigi veelgi rohkem tundub see rääkivat lapsevanematest ja täiskasvanutest ja nende eelarvamustest/kiiksudest ja egoismist.

    20. Ich habe dieses Buch vor vielen Jahren zugehört, und es gefällt mir heute auch ganz gut. Es gibt einige Wörter, die ich nicht verstehen habe, aber zumeist könnte ich alles gut verstehen. Und auch ist es eine gute Geschichte.

    21. Bertahun – tahun lamanya, Mrs. Bartolotti terbiasa hidup sendiri. Tidak ada lagi rasa sedih yang tersisa sejak kepergian Mr Bartolotti bertahun – tahun lalu. Karena kini Mrs Bartolotti punya banyak hal yang harus dikerjakan. Dari bisnis tenunan permadani, jadwal yang di tetapkan bersama Mr Egon, sang pemilik Apotek untuk saling mengunjungi di hari selasa dan sabtu, sampai kebiasaannya berbelanja dan memesan barang – barang.Khusus yang terakhir memang menjadi hal yang tidak terpisahkan dari [...]

    22. I read this a few years ago, and have been meaning to look it up for ages. It was a very enjoyable read, there's no doubt about it- the concept, the illustrations in the edition I read, and the story itself was funny and lighthearted yet meaningful, and food for my young imagination- 'zany' is the perfect word to describe it. I also remember learning a new word from it (spangle), if you need something more convincing. It was great fun to read.

    23. "tindakan luar biasa diperlukan untuk situasi luar biasa." (p.143)haha. buku ini lucu banget. awalnya g suka bgt sm Mr. Egon. Tp melihat kerjasama mereka di akhir kisah dalam melawan perusahaan tempat Konrad diproduksi, jd tau jg kalo Mr. Egon bener2 tulus sayang sm Konrad.Suka sm Mrs Bartolotti yg kacau dan apa adanya. menurutku dia keren heheka jg waktu Konrad di re-install sm Kitti. Paling gak jd ada gambaran kalo mendidik anak menjadi baik ato nakal sama2 susahnya. hahaha

    24. They read this one to us in third grade. I loved it. A lonely, single older woman receives a package she didn't order; inside is an "instant child", or something like that--just add water. The boy's name is Konrad, and he's the perfect little boy; polite, quiet, obedient, etc. For various reasons, he has to learn to act more normal (i.e. naughty), or else he'll be taken back to the factory. Such a quirky story. I haven't reread it since then, but when we were kids, we all loved it.

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