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The Manuscript Found in Saragossa (udgave 1996)

af Jan Potocki (Forfatter)

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"It is 1739 and Alphonse van Worden, a Walloon officer serving the King of Spain, spends the night in a haunted inn in the Sierra Morena where he is plunged into a series of adventures, by turns mysterious, erotic and nightmarish. Convinced that he is being hunted by the Inquisition, he joins a band of wanderers - including a gypsy chief, a geometer, a cabbalist and the Wandering Jew himself - who travel aimlessly while regaling their companions with a hundred and more stories, and stories within stories, told over the course of sixty-six 'days', each day as disorienting as a thousand and one nights." "And this nest of stories frames yet more stories driving the reader ever deeper into a labyrinth of sadism, satanism, the cabbala and other phantoms brought forth by the sleep of eighteenth-century Reason. For as well as being one of the great masterpieces of subversion, The Manuscript Found in Saragossa is also an encyclopedia of the dark side of the European Enlightenment." "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa was written in French, probably between 1797 and 1815; this new translation makes the full text available in English for the first time."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved… (mere)
Medlem:gziklore
Titel:The Manuscript Found in Saragossa
Forfattere:Jan Potocki (Forfatter)
Info:Penguin Classics (1996), Edition: Revised ed., 656 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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    slickdpdx: Another extraordinary frame story. Whereas Saragossa is like a string of beads, Melmoth is like a Russian doll. Maturin takes you down eight frames (story within a story within a story within a story within a story within a story etc. etc. etc.) before resurfacing.… (mere)
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    The Illuminatus! Trilogy af Robert Shea (bezoar44)
    bezoar44: I personally liked the Manuscript Found in Saragossa, and not the Illuminatus! Trilogy, but they shared a skewed, surreal aesthetic and a fascination with conspiracies.
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    The Golden Ass. Being the Metamorphoses of Lucius Apuleius. [Loeb Classical Library No. 44] af Apuleius (caflores)
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    Architect of Ruins af Herbert Rosendorfer (bluepiano)
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Count Jan Potocki’s The Manuscript Found in Saragossa has somewhat of a cult following amongst fans of Gothic fiction. It consists of a collection of supernatural tales linked together by a complex series of frame stories, as in a nightmarish hall of mirrors. It has been called a "black Decameron". This is a really apt description, considering that practically all Gothic tropes are represented in the convoluted text: from ghosts to vampires, secret societies to violent bandits, underground passages to haunted castles. A bonus for Melitensia enthusiasts – one of the stories features a Knight of Malta who murders a rival in Strait Street, Valletta just up the road from where I earn my daily bread (in decidedly more mundane environs). ( )
  JosephCamilleri | Mar 5, 2021 |
storie che contengono storie che contengono altre storie che contengono le storie da cui siamo partiti. Solo un genio ( o un pazzo) come Jan Potoki poteva concepire un romanzo come questo: complesso, avvincente e inquietante; modernissimo se pensiamo che è stato scritto nel XVIII secolo.
Ha forse un unico difetto..quello di essere un opera incompiuta e, anche se questo fatto potrebbe lasciare l'amaro in bocca a molti, la consiglio senza riserve... anche se non li frequento molto, "il Manoscritto trovato a Saragozza",mi ha fatto capire che anche i classici possono colpirmi...
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1 stem JoeProtagoras | Jan 28, 2021 |
> Taillade Nicole. Jean Potocki, Manuscrit trouvé à Saragosse, première édition intégrale établie par René Radrizzani, 1989.
In: Littératures 21, automne 1989. pp. 181-184… ; (en ligne),
URL : https://www.persee.fr/doc/litts_0563-9751_1989_num_21_1_1495_t1_0181_0000_1

> Roger-Taillade Nicole. Jean Potocki, Manuscrit trouvé à Saragosse, nouvelle édition établie par René Radrizzani, 1990.
In: Littératures 26, printemps 1992. pp. 278-279.… ; (en ligne),
URL : https://www.persee.fr/doc/litts_0563-9751_1992_num_26_1_1597_t1_0278_0000_2

> Jean Potocki, Le Manuscrit trouvé à Saragosse, édition de René Radrizzani, Librairie José Corti, 1989. Un vol. de 680 p.
Se reporter au compte rendu de Daniel BEAUVOIS
In: Revue d'Histoire littéraire de la France, 90e Année, No. 4/5, Révolution et littérature française (1789-1914) (Jul. - Oct., 1990), pp. 833-835

> Potocki, Jean. Manuscrit trouvé à Saragosse. Nouvelle édition intégrale établie par René Radrizzani. Paris: Larousse, Le Livre de Poche classique, 1992. Pp. 766. ISBN: 2-253-06353-3.
Se reporter au compte rendu de Kalliopie SARAS
In: Nineteenth-Century French Studies, Vol. 22, No. 3/4 (Spring—Summer 1994), pp. 582-583… ; (en ligne),
URL : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F2GEc8i291_JfuzFazmX--5jqS3D-_of/view?usp=shari...

> MANUSCRIT TROUVÉ À SARAGOSSE, de Jean Potocki (José Corti, 1989 ; 39,95 $)
Se reporter au compte rendu de Maurice POULIOT
In: (1989). Compte rendu de [Littérature étrangère]. Nuit blanche, n° 38 (décembre 1989, janvier–février 1990), pp. 60-61.… ; (en ligne),
URL : https://id.erudit.org/iderudit/19734ac
  Joop-le-philosophe | Jan 21, 2021 |
A blend of Arabian Nights (in its structure and mythology) and Don Quixote (in its itinerant adventures and strict system of Honour), this epic tapestry is storytelling at its most traditionally compelling and is also definitely sexier than either with its hints (and perhaps central mystery!) of threesomes with potential demons!

How does one even critique stories of this form, of the medieval-ancient style of story-within-a-story set out with only the intention to dizzify and entertain its readers? Like 1001 nights, this is designed to be a classic with standout stories throughout, and perhaps better than 1001 with an overarching story that sought to link together the plots/meaning of its mini-tales.

Mystery and mysticism abound, as do swashbucklings and seductions. The range of settings, of characters, of plots, Potocki astounds me with the depth of his imagination and the interconnectedness of the worlds that he builds.

This gothic erotic mystery was ambitious, with fillers which were clearly included to pad it out to the required 66 days of storytelling. It's entertaining in its bite-sized story-inside-a-story portions, but also rewarding in how these stories jigsaw-puzzle together. It really recaptures for me the feeling of reading as a child where I wasn't aware of good writerly stuff of prose or whatever, and only cared about a great story.

An exceptional work where Potocki got to show off on his storytelling artistry and all the different genres he can pull off. ( )
  kitzyl | Apr 22, 2020 |
Without pretentious pseudo-philosophies and further ado, this book is one of the best examples of Historical Fiction ever produced, in all its weird glory, beauty and fascination. History, Myths, Apocrypha, Religion,Philosophy....you name it. ( )
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As an officer in the French army, I found myself at the seige of Saragossa. A few days after its fall, I was proceeding towards a remote corner of the town when I noticed a small, well-built house which appeared to me not to have been searched as yet by any Frenchman.
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"It is 1739 and Alphonse van Worden, a Walloon officer serving the King of Spain, spends the night in a haunted inn in the Sierra Morena where he is plunged into a series of adventures, by turns mysterious, erotic and nightmarish. Convinced that he is being hunted by the Inquisition, he joins a band of wanderers - including a gypsy chief, a geometer, a cabbalist and the Wandering Jew himself - who travel aimlessly while regaling their companions with a hundred and more stories, and stories within stories, told over the course of sixty-six 'days', each day as disorienting as a thousand and one nights." "And this nest of stories frames yet more stories driving the reader ever deeper into a labyrinth of sadism, satanism, the cabbala and other phantoms brought forth by the sleep of eighteenth-century Reason. For as well as being one of the great masterpieces of subversion, The Manuscript Found in Saragossa is also an encyclopedia of the dark side of the European Enlightenment." "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa was written in French, probably between 1797 and 1815; this new translation makes the full text available in English for the first time."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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