Shadow Lair # 225 scouts unknown territory.
Piatto decorativo in resina epossidica bicomponente;
Titolo opera: "Il buio oltre la siepe" (ispirato al libro e al film omonimo che inizia con una scatola di oggetti legati alla storia. Nel caso del piatto gli elementi inseriti riguardano prevalentemente il verde e raccontano della natura con un interesse specifico nel dialogo tra elementi opachi ed elementi trasparenti).
Nota: Il buio oltre la siepe è stato definito un racconto sospeso nel tempo di un'estate entusiasmante come quelle della nostra infanzia. Harper Lee, autrice del romanzo, parla dell'America degli anni trenta e di un avvocato (Atticus Finch) che difende un uomo di colore accusato ingiustamente di stupro.
Protagonisti effettivi della storia sono anche i figli di Atticus che osservano nel padre un americano aperto e democratico disposto a cercare la verità dietro le chiacchiere di paese.
Lasciando libera la fantasia dell'osservatore, cito un periodo del libro:
"La casa dei Redley affascinava Dill. Nonostante tutti i nostri ammonimenti e le nostre spiegazioni, lo attraeva come la luna attrae l'acqua; non andava, però, oltre il palo della luce, all'angolo. Là, a distanza ancora prudente dal cancello dei Radley, egli si fermava, e circondando con il braccio il grosso palo, guardava e fantasticava."
Materiali del piatto: piastrella per pavimenti in frammenti, foglie essiccate per profuma ambiente, perline, oggetti in resina con glitters e sabbie decorative, pasta integrale marrone per i bordi.
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Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird
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Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read.
- Harper Lee
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We picked a peony. And she came up to bug me while I was working on the cow skull
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Kitabın cildi çok hoşuma gidince "Bu kitap neymiş ya, bir okuyayım bakayım" dememle okuduğum ve çok beğendiğim bir kitap.
Konusundan bahsecek olursam: Avukat bir babaya ve kendisinden dört yaş büyük bir abiye sahip küçük bir kız olan Scout'un günlük yaşantısı, maceraları anlatılıyor. Bir davada siyahi bir insanı temsil eden avukat baba sayesinde ise o dönemlerde nasıl bir sınıfsal ayrım olduğunu gözler önüne seriyoruz. Hukuk önünde herkesin eşit olduğunu ve "farklılık"larımıza saygı duymamız gerektiği o kadar etkileyici biçimde anlatmış ki yazar... Sekiz dokuz yaşlarında bir çocuğun gözlerinden tüm olayı izlemek de bu farkındalık duygusuna oldukça katkıda bulunuyor.
Anlaşılabileceği gibi dili oldukça sade ve masum. Olaylar ise dokunaklı...
Kesinlikle ama kesinlikle herkese tavsiye edebileceğim bir kitap.
"- ... bana kalırsa tek bir tür insan var. İnsanların hepsi insan.
- .. Yalnızca tek bir insan varsa, o zaman neden hiç geçinemiyorlar? Hepsi birbirine benziyorsa, niçin özel bir çaba barcayarak birbirlerini aşağılıyorlar?"
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To Kill a Mockingbird
Review (of some sorts?)
Realism at its finest. Harper Lee has written a humor filled, heartwarming book. Scenes melt smoothly from one to the other; the landscape of the neighborhood in the town broadens with each sentence that you pass by.
Some incomprehensible at first, and yet they make you curious- to know, to learn: a secret? the secret as told by a lawyer, a lawyer with two children- who are faced with criticism concerning their father standing up for a dark complexion man; charged with the rape of a white girl.
The lawyer who warns the eldest –
"Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird."
As this renowned family experiences a series of concerning- some humorous events, a lesson is learned with each.
Mainly from the lawyer's daughters pov, the innocent yet sensible little girl helps one experience discrimination and mocking from a whole different pov unlike the elders who just accept it all.
Not to mention, how even though the young ones are provided with new information through the story, the elders learn a lot more. The young ones' curiosity leads them to not only dangerous but humourous end.
Through friendship, love, warmth, understanding, revenge and discrimination on different grounds, Lee makes one experience the Deep South and how in the 1930s, in a small town how small the conscience of a few people- adults rather truly is.
Prejudice, violence, hypocrisy against a mockingbird- one man's struggle for justice- a sin indeed.
but the most important thing of all?
the neighbor- so mysterious giving a fullfiling humorous turn of events.
Behind the book-
@neilperrysimp here!! 😊
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“Studying "Romeo and Juliet" in ninth grade helped inspire her Top 10 single "Love Story." [...] On stage, Swift cited Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" as a favorite. Interviewed briefly at a post-show reception, Swift said she loved the novel, set in the South in the 1950s, because of how it was narrated from a child's point of view."The main character didn't exactly know what was going on, but the reader does," she said. "It's all portrayed in an interesting way, all the huge issues in the book, like civil right, come from a children's perspective. It's an interesting way to tell a story."Swift is part of a new Scholastic promotional campaign, "You are What You Read," for which authors, celebrities and public figures from Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to "Percy Jackson" novelist Rick Riordan choose favorite books. Swift's picks include E.B. White's "Charlotte's Web" and Elizabeth Gilbert's memoir on divorce and recovery, "Eat, Pray, Love," not a surprising choice for a songwriter known for her romantic laments and explorations.Swift said during the reception that she was enjoying Gilbert's most recent book, "Committed," in which the author marries the Brazilian man she met in "Eat, Pray, Love.""Listening to her talk at seminars, especially one that I YouTubed, where she was talking about trying to create her followup project, it made me cry," Swift said. "It was so inspirational."”
Taylor Swift for Scholastic, (2010)
—Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare (1597)
—To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee (1960)
—Charlotte’s Web, E.B. White (1952)
—Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert (2006)
—Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace with Marriage, Elizabeth Gilbert (2009)
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Onun içindir ki, yıpratmayın kendinizi.. İnsanlar genelde neyi görmek istiyorlarsa onu görür, neyi duymak istiyorlarsa onu duyar..
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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
About Atticus defending a colored man, who is accused of raping a white woman. It also involves his two children and their friend trying to unravel the mysteries of the Radley House.
Aw, Walter Cunningham.
Atticus will always be so fineee to me. I am absolutely in love with him. I would marry the fuck out of him. A man like that at a time like this? Amazing. I wonder what he was like to his wife and I wonder what his wife was like.
It’s amazing how the differing characters really make this book. In the beginning, I didn’t really enjoy the characters, but now they are what I love. I wasn’t a fan of Scout’s attitude, but I loved when she would question the education system.
I enjoyed everything Miss Maudie said as she talked about the trial to the kids.
I rather enjoy Dill’s and Scout’s engagement.
Ugh this book is so good. How do I even describe? The wording is perfect.
“but it was beyond my ability to explain things as well as Atticus.”
“I was weary from the day’s crimes.”
“People in their right minds never take pride in their talents”
“”It’s no reason to run off. They don’t get around to doin’ what they say they’re gonna do half the time…” “That wasn’t it, he–they wasn’t interested in me.”
“No matter what anyone says to you, don’t you let ‘em get your goat.”
“Cry about the simple hell people give other people–without even thinking.”
“In the name of God, do your duty.”
“Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them.”
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There are book that may touch your feelings and soul...
There're few books which made new version of me. They left me empty or filled with new feelings..
"Norwegian wood" by Haruki Murakami
"Dandelion wine" by Ray Brudbury
"To kill a mockingbidrd" by Harper Lee
"A clockwork orange" by Anthony Burgess
"The catcher in the rye" by J. D. Salinger
What do you think about those books? Do you have any like that?
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And now there are only two of them left. 💔
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I started reading it today and it's just amazing
from 'To Kill a Mockingbird'
"Before I can live with other folks I've got to live with myself. The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule is a person's conscience."