Ivanhoe Yh viel viheri iv t vihre t mets t ja kuninkaan t plik s hirvi juoksentelee siell ja reimat rosvot kaatavat uroshirven ja me laskemme rukousnauhamme helmi ja s rjemme viinipullon Copmanhurstin pyh

  • Title: Ivanhoe
  • Author: Walter Scott Olli Nuorto
  • ISBN: 9510153338
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yh viel viheri iv t vihre t mets t, ja kuninkaan t plik s hirvi juoksentelee siell , ja reimat rosvot kaatavat uroshirven, ja me laskemme rukousnauhamme helmi ja s rjemme viinipullon Copmanhurstin pyh n papin seurassa Sumuisten vuosien takaa kumajaa yh viel Mustan ritarin kirveenisku tammipuuta ja rautaa vasten yh edelleenkin meit vavahduttaa, niin kuin kauan sit Yh viel viheri iv t vihre t mets t, ja kuninkaan t plik s hirvi juoksentelee siell , ja reimat rosvot kaatavat uroshirven, ja me laskemme rukousnauhamme helmi ja s rjemme viinipullon Copmanhurstin pyh n papin seurassa Sumuisten vuosien takaa kumajaa yh viel Mustan ritarin kirveenisku tammipuuta ja rautaa vasten yh edelleenkin meit vavahduttaa, niin kuin kauan sitten, kun yksin inen torvi soittaa ja Perinn t n ritari ratsastaa Ashby de la Zouchen kent lle Yh viel me pid t mme henke mme Rebecan juostessa tornin rintavarustuksille, yh me vapisemme haavoittuneen Ivanhoen kannustaessa v synytt ratsuaan viimeiseen otteluun Templestowessa N in kirjoitti englantilainen kriitikko Andrew Lang kaikille niille vanhoille, sappitautisille ja melankolisille jotka rohkenivat sanoa, ett Walter Scottiin keskiajasta lukijoilleen antama kuva on virheellinen Ja h nen sanoihinsa yhtyv t kaikki ne miljoonat lukijat, jotka jo yli vuosisadan ovat retkeilleet Scottin Ivanhoen v rikk ss , uljaiden ritarien, huimien taistelujen, iloisten mets sissien, turnajaisten ja kauniiden linnanneitojen maailmassa Meill Ivanhoe ilmestyi jo 1870, ja siit l htien se on kuulunut my s suomalaisen lukijakunnan suosikkeihin.

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    1. Walter Scott Olli Nuorto

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name Sir Walter Scott was born on August 15, 1771 in Edinburgh, Scotland Scott created and popularized historical novels in a series called the Waverley Novels In his novels Scott arranged the plots and characters so the reader enters into the lives of both great and ordinary people caught up in violent, dramatic changes in history.Scott s work shows the influence of the 18th century enlightenment He believed every human was basically decent regardless of class, religion, politics, or ancestry Tolerance is a major theme in his historical works The Waverley Novels express his belief in the need for social progress that does not reject the traditions of the past He was the first novelist to portray peasant characters sympathetically and realistically, and was equally just to merchants, soldiers, and even kings.Central themes of many of Scott s novels are about conflicts between opposing cultures Ivanhoe 1819 is about war between Normans and Saxons The Talisman 1825 is about conflict between Christians and Muslims His novels about Scottish history deal with clashes between the new English culture and the old Scottish Scott s other great novels include ,iOld Mortality 1816 , The Heart of Midlothian 1819 , and St Ronan s Well 1824 His Waverley series includes Rob Roy 1817 , A Legend of Montrose 1819 , and Quentin Durward 1823.Scott s amiability, generosity, and modesty made him popular with his contemporaries He was also famous for entertaining on a grand scale at his Scottish estate, Abbotsford.

    166 thoughts on “Ivanhoe”

    1. I believe Ivanhoe just misses being a great novel for two reasons. First of all, its characters, although not without subtlety, lack depth. (The exception to the rule is the “Jewess” Rebecca). Secondly, Scott’s style—at least as demonstrated here—suffers from a wordiness that continually dissipates the novel’s power. It is nevertheless an impressive achievement, original in conception, rich in themes, formidable in architecture, and powerful in its effects.

    2. In Ivanhoe, Scott skillfully undermines the alienating characteristics of the medieval gothic while taking advantage of its familiarity to and popularity with nineteenth-century audiences. Although containing elements reminiscent of the earlier gothic, such as the corruption and intrigue of religious orders, the madness of Ulrica and the burning alive of Front-de-Beouf in his castle, it also pokes fun at some of the wilder elements of this genre: the resurrected phantom of Athelstane, for instan [...]

    3. I love(d) this book and was torn between 4 and 5 stars. Can we call it 4.5? Heck, let's just say 5! I read it first long ago and it holds up well over the years (its and yours). A classic for a reason.You'll find synopsis after synopsis here and elsewhere. But if you like adventure, heroism, romance, loyalty, betrayaly or all of the above you won't go wrong here.King Richard the Lion HeartRobin Hood (Locksley)Knights TemplarSaxons vs. NormansGentiles vs. Jews.Knights from the Crusades.Tournament [...]

    4. It is hard to know what to say about Ivanhoe. It is part Robin Hood style adventure, part history and full of thematic richness. I was surprised that Ivanhoe himself figures into this tale somewhat sporadically. There are many characters who receive more in depth development, and the Jewess Rebecca is more fully developed than the heroine, Rowena. The attitudes toward Jews in the novel make one uncomfortable in the same way that you feel when reading The Merchant of Venice. It is obvious that Sc [...]

    5. I have decided to put down this book and not finish it 2/3 of the way in, the reason being that while it was interesting to read about the old times of knights, tournaments and great battles at castles, it wasn't in any way interesting enough for me to keep on reading. I feel like being this far in, I've already gotten out of the story what I possibly could, and I don't really care about how everything's going to end. Funnily enough, I was originally under the impression that this was going to b [...]

    6. “Hearken,” he (Brian de Bois-Guilbert) said, “Rebecca; I have hitherto spoken mildly to thee, but now my language shall be that of a conqueror. Thou art the captive of my bow and spear—subject to my will by the laws of all nations; nor will I abate an inch of my right, or abstain from taking by violence what thou refusest to entreaty or necessity.”“Stand back,” said Rebecca—“which portion of “no” dost thou not comprehend? Kindly desist from thou crapulous Trumpery posthaste [...]

    7. 930. Ivanhoe, Sir Walter ScottIvanhoe is a historical novel by Sir Walter Scott, first published in 1820 in three volumes and subtitled A Romance. At the time it was written it represented a shift by Scott away from fairly realistic novels set in Scotland in the comparatively recent past, to a somewhat fanciful depiction of medieval England. It has proved to be one of the best known and most influential of Scott's novels. Ivanhoe is the story of one of the remaining Saxon noble families at a tim [...]

    8. Note, March 17, 2014: I posted this review some time ago, but just finished tweaking the language in one sentence to clarify a thought.Obviously, this novel won't be every reader's cup of tea: the author's 19th-century diction will be too much of a hurdle for some, those who define novels of action and adventure as shallow will consider it beneath them, and those who want non- stop action will be bored by Scott's serious effort to depict the life and culture of his medieval setting. But those wh [...]

    9. Ivanhoe. Seriously?! Could there be a more arbitrary title to any famous book in the English language? It would be like naming Lost "Benjamin Linus," or naming the original Dragonlance Chronicles "Caramon Majere." This isn't a book about Ivanhoe, it's a book with Ivanhoe in it.Sir Walter Scott must have been sitting around his room with his D&D dice to come up with Ivanhoe. Random Title List for Unnamed Book I Just Finished Writing About King Richard's Return From the Crusades and the Defeat [...]

    10. Sometimes I'm in the middle of complaining to Joanne that some book, which I told Joanne before I started was probably going to be boring and stupid, is indeed boring and stupid, and I plan to complain about it being boring and stupid for the next week because it's also long, and Joanne says silly things like "Why would you even start a book that you think will be boring and stupid?" Ivanhoe is why! Sometimes I'm wrong. I thought Ivanhoe would be boring and stupid, but it's a blast.Flesh WoundsH [...]

    11. This is a novel that, as I understand it, almost single-handedly revived the popularity of medieval chivalry and heroism in 19th century literature . . . and life. The culture of the American South profoundly admired Scott's world view. Stories like Ivanhoe were spiritual fuel to their sense of honor and privilege.Also, with Scott, a major branch of literature was consolidated which in his time was beginning to be distinguished by the intelligentsia from "serious literature." His literary heirs [...]

    12. Romanzo di grande successo al suo primo apparire, apripista del genere storico, modello perfino del grande Manzoni, Ivanhoe rivela ancora oggi le ragioni della sua gradevolezza non potendo più, per ragioni cronologiche, essere annoverato fra i bestseller. È un romanzo corposo per mole, evanescente nella sommaria trama e gradevole per il tono umoristico dal quale è attraversato. Alla base del successo l’eterna lotta del Bene contro il Male, la netta contrapposizione fra eroi ed antieroi, i c [...]

    13. normally I don't like it when protagonists in books are anachronistically liberal and unprejudiced, but I would have made an exception for this story. In fact, I remember as a kid creating elaborate scenarios in my head where Ivanhoe runs off with the Jewish Rebecca instead of staying with the English Rowena. In fact, reading it this time around, I almost found myself liking the villain Brian du Bois-Guillbert. He might have been evil, but at least he was able to step outside of the prejudices o [...]

    14. Oh, this was very good. I'd read that Woolf loved Scott, and when I told an academic mentor that I was going to read it, she exclaimed, "I had SUCH a crush on Ivanhoe! I'll lend you my copy!" I went into it with high expectations and it delivered. Yes, it's full of lengthy description, but there is action and adventure, romance and politics, and is generally a thrill. I had to skim it, and ended up breezing through a lot of Scott's descriptions of clothing or setting, but as Allan Massie wrote i [...]

    15. I can see now, after having read Ivanhoe, where most of our notions of the medieval ways and of Robin Hood originated. It seemed at once both familiar and foreign jumping into this book. I could see the beginnings of certain conventions — and the glaring lack, as well. It reminded me both of the Canterbury tales and of old Hollywood movies; it was actually kind of weird.It begins with two minor characters, for instance, and not the main character, Ivanhoe. Ivanhoe is actually introduced somewh [...]

    16. I read this for a college literature course, and I remember being one of the few people in the class who liked it. I remember my professor even admitted to not liking it very well.I found it delightful, in the same way Robin Hood and King Arthur tales are delightful. You have to have an appreciation for the whimsical, though, and not take anything too seriously.It's probably no coincidence that I liked this novel and I also still read YA fiction at my advanced age.UPDATE: I just watched the A &a [...]

    17. Yes, I know I just listened to this book. But I figure if Harriet Beecher Stowe could read Ivanhoe seven times in one month, then I can reread it right away. Am enjoying it immensely - again!=========I'm reading this for my book club (the adult equivalent of a high school reading assignment when it is for a book you've managed to avoid for years). Consequently I listened to B.J. Harrison's excellent narration to help me get into the book. And it worked. I initially enjoyed it it on the level of [...]

    18. Good gravy, I've had Ivanhoe on my literary back burner for longer than I can remember. I love a romping good adventure story, but when I say that I mean things like The Count of Monte Cristo, The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit: Or There and Back Again, The Odyssey or The Princess Bride. I like my adventure stories to have adventure. I expected adventure in Ivanhoe since it often falls into the same category as a lot of other swashbuckling adventures, filled with excitem [...]

    19. Roman historique parfait du Moyen Age embelli aux coutumes chevalresques et coutoises, romantisees et envoutantes

    20. 4 1/2 starsI was a little chary of starting this one when I did as I'd recently finished The Mysteries of Udolpho and I wasn't all that keen on embarking on another long and sometimes boring read. This was meant to be set during the Age of Chivalry after all, I had great fears that there would be people declaiming right and left, maidenly honour being besmirched and people reading poetry as entertainment. In the fragile state I was in I wasn't sure I'd be able to cope. However I needed have worr [...]

    21. Antes de passar à opinião propriamente dita, tenho de falar sobre a edição portuguesa do Ivanhoe que tenho. Comprei-a em 2008 no hipermercado Continente, dentro daquelas publicações da Book de clássicos a preço convidativo. Já tinha lido As Aventuras de Tom Sawyer da mesma coleção e nada me desagradou, mas desta vez tenho dificuldades em encontrar algo de positivo para além do preço. Bastou-me ler o primeiro capítulo para decidir que não conseguia continuar a ler aquela tradução [...]

    22. This. Was. Amazing.I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this book. Wamba is hysterical, Rebecca a true heroine, the writing style magnificent, and all the other characters admirable or detestable by turns. I really love this book. :)

    23. Debo confesar que me costó un poco engancharme al 100% debido a la narrativa, algunas situaciones "apresuradas" y personajes que no recordaba quienes eran dentro de la historia jaja, sin embargo reconozco el valor literario que tiene la obra. Cada personaje y situación han sido pensadas estratégicamente para que el lector pueda conectar, el final si bien no me gustó pude interiorizarlo y decir "Carajo! qué buena y a la vez qué triste". Me encantó el personaje de Rebeca, siento que ella re [...]

    24. Ha! I finally finished it! Ivanhoe was great but it was definitely slow going for me. The author sometimes could get quite long winded while describing things which made it much too easy to put down. I've wanted to read this book ever since I saw the Ivanhoe episode of Wishbone as a kid. So, I have finally done it. I hesitate somewhat to mark this as historical fiction because it's definitely more fiction than historical but Sir Walter Scott is considered the "father of historical fiction". Two [...]

    25. Although it took me quite a while to get used to the language and sentence structure, I really enjoyed this one. Ivanhoe is part adventure, part historical fiction, part romance, and all fun.I can't help but wonder why the book is called Ivanhoe, though. The title character is certainly not the main character, nor even one of the better written characters. As a matter of fact, most of the characters didn't appear to be all that complex or interesting. I vote we re-name this book Rebecca. Because [...]

    26. On my short list of books I am actively reading, I include a "bucket book," defined as a book I really should have read by this time in my life, but which for various reasons, I have not. In this category, I just finished Ivanhoe, which I found quite enjoyable. I think it was also my first Scott novel. Fun.

    27. I read this ages ago. But at the time I was absolutely entranced by this novel. It has knights and rogues, romance and adventure, Templars (they are evil here) and Robin Hood crew. Yes, the plot is a bit naive and characters are black & white. But this is a charming novel with lots of heart to it. If you are 12 - beg, borrow or steal yourself a copy (but try begging and borrowing first).

    28. It took me a long time to read this despite being very diligent about it. I rented it from the library, and woe, I had to re-check it out after 2 weeks. It was frustrating because I originally started reading it in order to take up the time it would take for the library to get in the other books I wanted to read. The problem wasn't the story, it was the old-ish language used. The fact that the book was insanely thick with small print didn't help matters either. I do have to say I have grown very [...]

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