Kosto: rakkaustarina

Kosto rakkaustarina Hurja pienoisromaani naisiin kohdistuvasta v kivallastaNuori yksinhuoltaja iti Teena Maguire ja h nen vuotias tytt rens Bethie p tt v t oikaista pikkukaupungin puiston l pi puoleny n aikaan Lauma p

  • Title: Kosto: rakkaustarina
  • Author: Joyce Carol Oates Kaijamari Sivill
  • ISBN: 9789511247296
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hurja pienoisromaani naisiin kohdistuvasta v kivallastaNuori yksinhuoltaja iti Teena Maguire ja h nen 12 vuotias tytt rens Bethie p tt v t oikaista pikkukaupungin puiston l pi puoleny n aikaan Lauma paikallisia nuoria miehi raiskaa Teenan Bethien silmien alla ja j tt h net maahan virumaan Raiskaus on kiist m t n ja tekij t tuttuja, mutta saako paha oikeussalissa palHurja pienoisromaani naisiin kohdistuvasta v kivallastaNuori yksinhuoltaja iti Teena Maguire ja h nen 12 vuotias tytt rens Bethie p tt v t oikaista pikkukaupungin puiston l pi puoleny n aikaan Lauma paikallisia nuoria miehi raiskaa Teenan Bethien silmien alla ja j tt h net maahan virumaan Raiskaus on kiist m t n ja tekij t tuttuja, mutta saako paha oikeussalissa palkkaansa Yhteis k ntyy Teenaa vastaan Monien mielest Teena teki virheen liikkumalla puistossa keskell y t , juorujen mukaan humalassa Poliisi John Droomor ei kuitenkaan voi katsoa tapahtumia sivusta, vaan p tt ottaa lain omiin k siins.

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    1. Joyce Carol Oates Kaijamari Sivill

      Joyce Carol Oates is a recipient of the National Book Award and the PEN Malamud Award for Excellence in Short Fiction She is also the recipient of the 2005 Prix Femina for The Falls She is the Roger S Berlind Distinguished Professor of the Humanities at Princeton University, and she has been a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters since 1978 Pseudonyms Rosamond Smith and Lauren Kelly.

    691 thoughts on “Kosto: rakkaustarina”

    1. This is an ugly book, filled with nothing but filth and darkness. It takes your view of humanity, throws it to the ground and administers a few sound kicks to it, till it is bleeding and crying out.Hate is a strong word, but I hated the story, the characters and practically the entire book. I hate the fact that I live in a world where this isn't fiction, but the true story of thousands of 'Teena's and 'Bethie's each day.I hate the fact that people find it ok to label rape as 'unfortunate' or 'sa [...]

    2. 4 ‘I say CASTRATE the Rapists’ StarsThis is the story of a mother and daughter who were in the wrong place at the wrong time and encounter the wrong/most vile persons. The story of what that woman becomes after being Raped, people just talk about her or recall her of think of her about ‘after the incident’, the before no longer exists. “Suspects,” they were called. As if they hadn’t done what they’d done to you and your mother but were only “suspected” of doing it! What was m [...]

    3. It's shocking and almost unforgiving that I have been on this earth for 30 years and have never read Joyce Carol Oates. Reading her entire cannon will soon become my latest addiction in 2009. So how do I review this novel? (note : I am writing this review after already having read 'Zombie' a few days ago). First of all, Joyce C Oates, where have you been all my life? And to my literary friends : Why did nobody tell me about the lyricism, harshness, brilliant POV changes, and upsetting yet beauti [...]

    4. Excellent story! Although set in the 1990s, some of the language used seemed to be of either a different era or different place. It was set in the Niagara Falls/Buffalo area, so I would not think of some of the terms used in today's America. That being said, I found it to be well written in a style I cannot quite recall ever reading.It was a very quick read and I would definitely recommend.

    5. Ο τίτλος του πρωτοτύπου είναι ‘Rape: a love story’. Οι εκδόσεις Μεταίχμιο, στην κατά τα λοιπά καλαίσθητη έκδοσή τους, θεώρησαν σκόπιμο να συντμήσουν τον πλήρη τίτλο του βιβλίου και να κρατήσουν ό,τι τους ταίριαζε καλύτερα. ‘Ο βιασμός’, λοιπόν. Έτσι, σκέτο. Αυτά, όσον αφορά το περιτ [...]

    6. I have a love/hate relationship with JCO. She is a brilliant writer and I admire her. Sometimes I am blown away by the intensity and chilling insight of her books and sometimes I find them unnecessarily cruel, mean and overly dramatic. Now, don't get me wrong, she can write in any genre with skill. It's amazing. As a matter of fact, in one short story collection she wrote a brilliant and complete short story in one page. She is an eccentric individual and her choices reflect that.The title of th [...]

    7. Reading this book was a bizarre experience for me, affected primarily by the summary on the dustjacket that offered its own, rather narrow interpretation of a story that should be left open to broad speculation. Oates's writing is fluid and her selection of details is as mundane and powerful as a Cézanne platter of fruit. Her decision to describe different scenes from different characters' perspectives also contributed well to the story. The rape scene and the ensuing trial are deftly portrayed [...]

    8. Am I allowed to say I love this while I honestly hate it?I hate everything it shows. I hate more or less every single event in it. I hate how degenerated some characters become. I hate how much this book is needed.I absolutely hate that this behavior is found in our reality.Something else?I love this book. Most of all, I like the humanizing of the events. Oates pulls the story of a gang-rape and its aftermath off, however this is possible when this is such an unspeakable crime. For over a day I' [...]

    9. Joyce Carol Oates seems to channel all of the things I was ever scared of between the ages of 12-14, humanize them, and make them strangely pitiful and believable and still terrible. The fact that this book is set in a very nostalgic landscape for me makes this book all the more terrifying and poignant, even if it is a kind of mundane and melodramatic kind of terror. I often feel that JCO writes for a very narrow and specific demographic that I'm part of, but don't know the perimeters of? She ex [...]

    10. Η Joyce Carol Oates, είναι μία από τις πιο διακεκριμένες Αμερικανίδες συγγραφείς, έχοντας αποσπάσει πληθώρα βραβείων στην διάρκεια της συγγραφικής της καριέρας. Ένα από τα βιβλία της, είναι και "Ο Βιασμός", ο οποίος επανακυκλοφόρησε σε νέα, συλλεκτική, οικονομική έκδοση, από τις εκδ [...]

    11. *TRIGGER WARNING*I didnt expect to read this story. I had never heard of it or the author. I was having a long, sweaty day and popped into the library to kill some time before catching the bus home. In fact, I almost walked right past it. But a word jumped out at me from a black and white cover:rape. My feminist bells are ringing. Is that a cover of black and white hearts? Is that a story titled Rape:a love story? So it only takes me a second to double take and backtrack. I pick up this small bo [...]

    12. Powerful story told in something of a rush. Joyce Carol Oates shares John Updike's tendency to churn out books at a prolific pace (at least one novel a year, typically, plus a barrage of cultural criticism), often at the expense of the book itself. Provocative title, no? This is a love story, though -- the love between a mother and a daughter, both of whom suffer a vicious attack from a dog-like pack of 4th of July revelers; vicious young men methed-out, drunk, and on the prowl. Also the love of [...]

    13. A chilling, haunting reminder of the evil that humans are capable of, the author describes the brutality of the rape and terror beyond what we are capable of imagining on our own. The second attack from the community slandering the victims is almost more disgusting, being from a small town full of small minds I could visualize it full-force. “She asked for it” I understand that no rape story has a “happy ending” but Joyce Carol Oates delivers us the best possible conclusion.Earlier this [...]

    14. Esta lectura me ha dejado con los pelos de punta. La he sentido tan real e injusta Que una madre (no es spoiler, pasa en el primer capítulo) vaya de la mano de su hija de 12 años tan tranquila por la calle y de repente una banda de niñatos drogados la violen casi hasta la muerte Lo peor es que en la vida real existen casos así, y la justícia es inexistente. Esta es una historia corta pero conmovedora, totalmente recomendada."Your eyes are open but blind."

    15. Joyce Carol Oates is not in the habit of pulling her punches. She might be the only writer in the history of the world both willing and able to name a book "Rape." She's a powerful author, and I'm a big fan.This wasn't my favorite of her books. What's it all about? Fury, right? I mean, and rape. It's definitely about rape. Nothing else happens. It's short. The personalities and histories of the people in it are briefly sketched out. Mostly, there's a rape and then there's the aftermath of the ra [...]

    16. It is a very hard topic that the writer is talking about in this book.There are no hard scenes. It is the daughter's view that we read in this book

    17. Jak pewnie wielu innych czytelników sięgając po tę książkę spodziewałam się szybkiej lektury. Bo niby jak można na niecałych dwustu stronach zarysować historię, która wdziera się gdzieś w człowieka do środka i zostaje w nim na dłuższy czas?Oates mnie zaskoczyła. Więcej - rozłożyła mnie na łopatki. Już pierwsze dwie strony są mocne. Bo scena gwałtu nie jest przedstawiona z perspektywy gwałconej, o nie. Przeżywamy ją w towarzystwie dwunastoletniej dziewczynki, któr [...]

    18. Come si percepisce fin dal titolo, la vicenda raccontata dalla Oates è davvero terribile e atroce. Stupro è un romanzo breve, una storia raccontata come se fosse un articolo di giornale. Un fatto di cronaca in cui la scrittrice dà il meglio di sé. La precisione, lo stile è tagliente, preciso e come una vera e propria arma si scaglia contro la società. Stupro è anche e soprattutto una denuncia sociale nei confronti di una società che accusa le vittime, elogia i colpevoli, va contro un sis [...]

    19. What first drew me to this book was of course, the title. And it wasn't until the end of the story that I realized what the 'love story' in the title was referring to. But the story was so completely harrowing right from the first sentence that I didn't really have time to wonder about the title while reading it. The novel is an all too real depiction of a brutal gang rape and its aftermath. Reading it was tough; Oates' sparse prose really wrenches your heart at times, making you cringe and cry [...]

    20. This was difficult to rate. First, I don't think the book ever justified its intentionally controversial title. Second, although parts felt very genuine and terribly realistic, other parts felt like trite stereotypes. Third, inevitably, a novella does not have the space to fully develop each character, but I was still disappointed by the surface treatment of the characters I really wanted to learn more about: the mother, daughter, and grandmother. Fourth, I was really disappointed in the choice [...]

    21. At the falls she leaned over the railing. The wind blew cold spray into her face, clothes. Within seconds her clothes were soaked and clung to her thin body. Tourists perceived her as a drunk or drugged or deranged woman and kept their distance from her. On her head she wore a silk scarf that loosened in the wind, slipped from her head, and was blown out above the thunderous water; without the scarf, her hair was revealed as sparse, tufted, without color. Now she was perceived as possibly a sick [...]

    22. A book with a provocative title and a disturbing subject. The book cares. The book pulls triggers. The book resembles, on a superficial level, some aspect of our real world. The book confronts the monstrous reality of human cruelty, callousness, and especially the perversity of our social reaction to an atrocious crime. It, unfortunately, doesn't succeed very well.By some ironic twist, In Cold Blood is a better novel than this, even though In Cold Blood is not a novel, and this is.This book take [...]

    23. Violenza e giustiziaUn romanzo abbastanza breve, questo della Oates, che parla di una giovane e donna, seducente, sensuale e carina che viene orrendamente violentata da otto ragazzi, ubriachi e drogati. Chi assiste, terrorizzata ed impotente è la figlia di dodici anni, che stava tornando a casa con la madre e che riesce a salvarsi dallo stupro, ma non dal trauma che la accompagnerà poi per tutta la vita.La scena dello stupro è proprio terribile. Dettagliata, vivida, spietata, senza senso, bru [...]

    24. Un subiect dureros, o carte care ne prezinta realitatea fara cenzura: ce este un viol? cum este privita victima unui viol? ce parere au barbatii despre viol? si cel mai trist aspect - cum poate fi distrusa fizic si moral o femeie.Cea mai puternica idee desprinsa din carte sunt cuvintele avocatei - pentru ca atunci cand o femeie e atacata cu cruzime, asa cum au atacat-o pe mama ta, toate femeile sunt atacate. O idee cu care trebuiesc crescute fetele, o idee cu care ar trebui sa respire fiecare f [...]

    25. One of the most emotionally shocking books I have read recently. Not a fan of the longer Joyce Carol Oates books because of the excessive description. This book was one of the best I have read recently and shows what can be accomplished when all of the excessive bs is removed. Oates portrays what is really meant by "rape". It is an ugly brutal crime that often victimizes the victim further by forcing them to prove their case. If anyone ever doubted the brutality of a gang rape they should read t [...]

    26. A vengeance tale worthy of Joyce Carol Oates' reputation, and its serious subject matter. When a single mother is raped in front of her young daughter, left for dead, and the judicial system falters--smearing the victim's character and making it seem the rapists are the victims--an uninterested party takes an interest to ensure a kind of justice is done. Told from the young girl's perspective, it concentrates less on the physical aspects of revenge and more on the psychological. The fear, hate, [...]

    27. ive only heard good thing about joyce carol oates and this exceeded my expectations. beautiful and heartbreaking.

    28. Il mio incontro con Joyce Carol Oates non è stato dei più leggeri.Nella sua brevità questo romanzo sa essere una sassata dritta alla glabella.Senza possibilità di schivarla.Come inizia la storia?Nel modo in cui tutte le storie hanno inizio: quella frazione di secondo che sconvolge una vita interaDopo aver preso la decisione, Dio solo sa cosa le fosse frullato per la mente, di tornare a casa attraversando il Rocky Point Park, anziché fare il tragitto più lungo passando esternamente al parco [...]

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