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Non ti muovere af Margaret Mazzantini
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Non ti muovere (original 2002; udgave 2016)

af Margaret Mazzantini (Autore)

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Timoteo- high-flying career as a surgeon, beautiful wife, luxurious apartment, villa by the sea - he seems the epitome of success and glamour. But then his daughter falls off her scooter and is rushed to the hospital in a coma. A colleague operates on her head injuries and, while the agonised Timoteo awaits the outcome, he holds the reader in the vice-like grip of his confession. For, beneath the veneer of his apparently charmed life, there is a story of squalor, degradation, deceit and strange passion. The story of a doomed love affair with a woman who, from the moment Timoteo meets her, undermines everything he thought he knew about himself. Mazzantini's chilling portrait of a supremely self-assured man losing control has taken readers by storm across the world. Highly atmospheric, subtly disturbing, it keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout. In the end, the suspense of wondering whether Timoteo's daughter will live is overtaken by the question of deciding just how much pity her guilty father deserves.… (mere)
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Titel:Non ti muovere
Forfattere:Margaret Mazzantini (Autore)
Info:Mondadori (2016), Edition: 3, 295 pages
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Una mattina Angela ha un incidente con il suo scooter. Trasportata d'urgenza in ospedale, viene identificata da una rianimatrice come la figlia di un suo amico, un chirurgo dell'ospedale, Timoteo. Venuto a conoscenza della notizia, l'uomo ripensa al suo passato e si rivolge con un lungo monologo alla figlia, a cui racconta un periodo della sua vita fino ad allora tenuto segreto: la passione per una travagliata ragazza di borgata, Italia, che lo portò alla rinascita, alla scoperta di sé, quando ormai tutto sembrava non avere più alcun senso. Un amore nato come sfogo orrendo, tramontato quando era sul punto di divenire vita. La morte della donna in seguito a una setticemia causata da un aborto lascerà un vuoto incolmabile in Timoteo, che si vedrà costretto a riprendere la propria strada e tornare alla sua arida esistenza familiare e alla sua vita di facciata. Solo in seguito, la figura della figlia risanerà parzialmente la grande ferita.
  kikka62 | Jan 25, 2020 |
I am waffling between 3 stars and 4 stars.

When I hear that a book written in first-person, such as [b:The Hunger Games|2767052|The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1)|Suzanne Collins|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1358275334s/2767052.jpg|2792775], is being made into a movie, I wonder how the filmmakers are going to handle it. The story is entirely from Katniss' perspective, and she is telling it, so some of her voice and vision will inevitably get lost in film. I am willing to bet money that the adaptation of Don't Move is better than the book, because there will be less of the voice of Timoteo!

After his daughter is seriously injured in an accident, Timoteo sits outside her operating room and silently tells her of the affair he had the year before she was born. His confession begins with his car breaking down in a sketchy town, where he meets Italia - tired, poor, and unattractive. Although he has a beautiful wife and a successful career as a surgeon, Timoteo is dissatisfied. Upon meeting Italia, his frustration comes to a head and, um, he rapes her. Um, yeah. Definitely not a meet-cute. Despite this, er, questionable beginning, Timoteo becomes sexually obsessed with Italia, and she with him. He must decide whether to continue his comfortable existence with his wife or experience passion and life with Italia.

That sounds like an excellent movie. I can totally see this working as some kind of modern erotic Italian Neorealist piece. The reason I didn't enjoy the book is because I could not stand Timoteo's self-loathing narration of his brutality, selfishness, and cowardice. I guess it comes down to I would rather watch a weasel than read about a weasel.

PS - I am amused that Margaret Mazzantini dedicated this book to her husband. And then he directed and starred in the film adaptation! That's either really sweet or really twisted. ( )
  doryfish | Jul 31, 2019 |
How do we value a book we read? What makes us feel that this is an excellent one? Is it The story? Maybe it's the Writing? Perhaps The connection between us and the book?

As far as I am concerned, the book has to touch my emotional place. There are books I admire about writing, the beauty of the idea, but I remain detached. And sometimes some books manage to touch me, and it has nothing to do with pleasure.

This one was written by an Italian writer. The story is simple: a father who is a senior surgeon sits outside an operating room in his hospital, a place where his only daughter is diagnosed with a severe accident. And does what we all do while we are in a state of disaster: thinking about his life, trying to understand the logic of what is happening, feeling guilty about the choices he made.

I find it hard to say that I enjoyed reading the book. There are parts in it that I really felt sick when I read them. But the book didn't allow me to stop reading it, and I still think of it sometimes.

The book is compelling, requiring the reader to think about subjects he doesn't always want to think about. Recommends reading it to non-romantic people with an overly sensitive stomach. ( )
  mazalbracha | Jan 12, 2019 |
Als je dit boek zou samenvatten in enkele lijnen, dan zou je wellicht uitroepen: wat een melodramatisch cliché-verhaal! En dat is het ook: er komt een man in een midlifecrisis aan te pas, een overspel-situatie, een jong meisje dat na een motorongeluk 270 bladzijden lang tussen leven en dood hangt, een marginale buurt en een milieu van begoede intellectuelen, kortom een lach en een traan, alle ingrediënten van een goede smartlap of een stationsromannetje.
Maar Mazzantini is er toch in geslaagd deze gewaagde roman tot een goed einde te brengen. En dat is haar in de eerste plaats gelukt door een feilloze compositie: de verschillende verhaallijnen zijn gedoseerd aangebracht en duiken op strategische momenten door elkaar heen, zodat de spanningsboog ‘onder stroom’ blijft en je dus blijft lezen. En in de tweede plaats door een toch wel impressionante blik in de menselijke ziel, vooral die van hoofdfiguur Timoteo, de succesvolle chirurg die op een dramatisch moment in zijn leven een cruciale misstap opbiecht, in een monoloog, gespreid over bijna de hele roman. Aanvankelijk was ik ronduit sceptisch over die schuldbekentenis, en dan vooral over de intense, overspelige relatie die hij aanging met een lelijke, slonzige vrouw die hij eerst verkracht had; dat klinkt al niet geloofwaardig, en vooral de passieve houding van de minnares, Italia lijkt niet erg aannemelijk. Maar naarmate je in het verhaal komt, wint de figuur van Timoteo aan diepte en wordt het menselijke, zeg maar kleinmenselijke in deze ogenschijnlijk succesrijke man erg tastbaar: zijn onmogelijkheid om echt in het leven te staan, echte liefde te geven en te krijgen (ook ten aanzien van zijn dochter). Tenslotte beschikt Mazzantini over een stilistisch vermogen dat geregeld het poëtische register benadert en zowel dramatische als banale situaties pijnlijke diepte kan geven. Maar zoals gezegd, is het belangrijkste minpunt van deze roman de vlakheid van de andere figuren: de vrouw van Timoteo, zijn vrienden, maar vooral ook minnares Italia lijken alleen maar te figureren als poppen in wat zich afspeelt in de psyche van het mannelijk hoofdpersonage. Als ook zij wat meer diepte hadden gekregen, dan had deze roman zeker nog hoger kunnen scoren. ( )
  bookomaniac | Sep 29, 2018 |
Il libro è scritto bene ma umanamente parlando mi ha lasciata alquanto perplessa ... nulla da ridire sul dolore devastante che qualsiasi genitorie proverebbe nel vedersi una figlia in fin di vita ma ... quello che non comprendo è per quale motivo narrargli un amore che non è quello per la propria madre fatto prevalentemente di fisicità ? Perplessa e vagamente amareggiata. ( )
  Nasreen44 | Jun 8, 2017 |
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Timoteo- high-flying career as a surgeon, beautiful wife, luxurious apartment, villa by the sea - he seems the epitome of success and glamour. But then his daughter falls off her scooter and is rushed to the hospital in a coma. A colleague operates on her head injuries and, while the agonised Timoteo awaits the outcome, he holds the reader in the vice-like grip of his confession. For, beneath the veneer of his apparently charmed life, there is a story of squalor, degradation, deceit and strange passion. The story of a doomed love affair with a woman who, from the moment Timoteo meets her, undermines everything he thought he knew about himself. Mazzantini's chilling portrait of a supremely self-assured man losing control has taken readers by storm across the world. Highly atmospheric, subtly disturbing, it keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout. In the end, the suspense of wondering whether Timoteo's daughter will live is overtaken by the question of deciding just how much pity her guilty father deserves.

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