[PDF] Å Free Download ✓ Les femmes qui lisent sont dangereuses : by Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler ↠


  • Title: Les femmes qui lisent sont dangereuses
  • Author: Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler
  • ISBN: 9782080115720
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Les femmes et la lecture dans l art occidental Les livres ne sont pas des objets comme les autres pour les femmes depuis l aube du christianisme jusqu aujourd hui, entre nous et eux, circule un courant chaud, une affinit secr te, une relation trange et singuli re tiss e d interdits, d appropriations, de r incorporations Laure Adler L histoire de la lecture f minLes femmes et la lecture dans l art occidental Les livres ne sont pas des objets comme les autres pour les femmes depuis l aube du christianisme jusqu aujourd hui, entre nous et eux, circule un courant chaud, une affinit secr te, une relation trange et singuli re tiss e d interdits, d appropriations, de r incorporations Laure Adler L histoire de la lecture f minine se refl te dans la peinture et la photographie Les artistes de toutes les poques ont repr sent des femmes en train de lire Pourtant, il aura fallu des si cles avant qu il soit accord aux femmes de lire leur guise Ce qui leur incombait d abord, c tait de broder, de prier, de s occuper des enfants et de cuisiner D s l instant o elles envisagent la lecture comme une possibilit de troquer l troitesse du monde domestique contre l espace illimit de la pens e, de l imagination, mais aussi du savoir, les femmes deviennent dangereuses En lisant, elles s approprient des connaissances et des exp riences auxquelles la soci t ne les avait pas pr destin es C est ce chapitre captivant de l histoire de la lecture f minine que Laure Adler et Stefan Bollmann explorent, avec un soin particulier du d tail Le fil de l analyse conduit du Moyen ge au temps pr sent, en s attachant plus sp cialement certaines oeuvres de Rembrandt, Vermeer, mais aussi Manet, Matisse ou Hopper, jusqu la fameuse photographie d Eve Arnold montrant Marilyn Monroe en train de lire Ulysse de James Joyce De courts textes de commentaire accompagnent ce choix de peintures, de dessins et de photographies.
    Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler
    Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Les femmes qui lisent sont dangereuses book, this is one of the most wanted Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler author readers around the world.


    Commentaires:

    Heidi The Hippie Reader
    I received a free copy of this book through First Reads. FTC guidelines: check!Part art appreciation and part homage to the female reader, Women Who Read Are Dangerous is probably the the most aptly titled book that I've ever read. In addition to the beautiful images (my favorites pages 73 & 89), this book educates the reader about the politics, historical trends, and gender inequality tied to reading. Who knew that simply picking up a book could be such a subversive act?Women Who Read are [...]

    Aprile
    Finalmente un po’ di grazia. Grazia dell’occhio che ha guardato e colto l’attimo. E’ una raccolta di immagini, di dipinti di pittori che sono stati attratti dalle espressioni fisiche e corporee indotte dalla lettura. Qui si è voluto farne un tributo alle donne, collezionando immagini ad esse dedicate, sottolineando come la lettura abbia contribuito all’emancipazione femminile. Sono tutte donne assorte nella lettura, abbandonate ai sensi o tese nella scoperta, o ancora assorte nei pens [...]

    Cristina Leitón
    "¿Viven peligrosamente las mujeres? ¿Viven más peligrosamente que los hombres que escriben? ¿Viven más peligrosamente que las mujeres que se dedican a otras profesiones que podríamos calificar también de riesgo? ¿vivieron peligrosamente en otros tiempos o esto se mantiene hasta hoy? ¿Corren las mujeres escritoras el mismo peligro en las distintas partes del mundo?"El enfoque no es original, pero siempre está bien descubrir nuevas escritoras que revolucionaron a su manera la literatura [...]

    Roberta
    Quadri! Tanti quadri, e tutti di donne che leggono. Già l'introduzione (quella originale, non le due pagine della Bignardi che aggiungono davvero poco al volume) è un piccolo capolavoro: leggevo e pensavo "hey, hai ragione!". Le immagini poi sono davvero piacevoli e ben spiegate, in un viaggio che parte dal XIII secolo. Si comincia con la solita lettura sacra, ma le donne del volume affrontano di tutto: lettere, tomi voluminosi, quotidiani, giornaletti finalizzati al più semplice svago. Credo [...]

    Imen Benyoub
    A beautiful book, combined paintings and sketches from different artistic schools and movements, photography, literary quotes and a genuine introduction on reading habits and women in history, every painting was accompanied with a half poetic half philosophical description that I found very rich and informativeI was happy to discover new artists, especially Nordic painters, and as a reader I found a great deal of myself between the pages a hommage to beauty, women and books!

    Astrid
    Un livre qui mêle intelligemment deux de mes passions : histoire de l'art et féminisme, un régal !

    Helen
    LOVE LOVE LOVE this book! A fantastic selection of paintings, drawings and photos of women reading from the Middle Ages to today. Each image has a blurb explaining the context in which it was created which I just loved. A must for any book lover.

    Kathrin
    Kurzer, interessanter Einblick in die künstlerische Auseinandersetzung mit Frauen, die lesen. Da wird eine Auswahl an Gemälden und Fotos besprochen.Ich fand das Vor- und Nachwort echt klasse. (Hier ging es um Vermutungen welche Möglichkeiten sich Frauen öffneten, als sie begannen zu lesen.)Insgesamt hat mir das Buch aber keine Aha-Erlebnis beschert. Die Texte waren zu kurz, die Auswahl recht willkürlich (obwohl es mich gefreut hat, dass ich so viele der Bilder schon in echt gesehen habe).In [...]

    Sheila
    Reproductions of a huge variety of artwork, all depicting women who are reading, with commentary and thoughts on the art. I found this book very enjoyable. I have to admit though I bought the book originally soley because of its title. How could I resist!

    Paola
    Si.Le donne che leggono sono pericolose. Sicuramente più di quelle che non leggono.Fosse solo perché se stanno leggendo concentrate il sugo rischia di bruciare. Anzi no. Sicuramente brucia.E poi non fu una certa denominata Eva che convinse quel pigro di Adamo a mangiare il frutto dell'albero della conoscenza? Si. Chiaro. Perché Eva lo sapeva che la conoscenza, la consapevolezza era indispensabile per vivere pienamente, ancora prima che il libro fosse inventato. Se era per Adamo eravamo ancora [...]

    Isaura Pereira
    Descobri este livro na biblioteca e confesso que foi o seu título que me despertou a minha atenção. Um livro em que afirma (no seu título) que as mulheres leitoras são perigosas foi algo que não pude deixar de passar ao lado. Este é um livro de não-ficção que mostra, através da arte, a relação da mulher com os livros, ao longo dos séculos. O livro é divido por várias partes, em que o prefácio é-nos contextualizado, a nível histórico, a relação da mulher com a leitura. Todas [...]

    Kathleen Dixon
    Who would have thought that so many artists had painted or photographed women reading?This is a rather lovely coffee table book, with a good introduction and excellent text with each full-page painting reproduction. We're told about women's reading habits, about the movement (for all readers) from reading aloud being the norm, to it being the rarity, and we're told a little about art. If I had spare $$ at the moment I'd be going online to try and find a copy to buy.

    Sarah
    Combines two of my likes: art and reading. There's something quite intruiging about these reading women. Looking at them makes me almost feel like I'm disturbing a very private affair. They are just lovely!They should make a male version of this. Guys who read are hot just because it shows intellect.I'm tempted to buy this book myself. I also would like a painting of myself reading :-)

    Melissa
    I enjoyed this book since I do enjoy art and there is even some photographs as well. The women depicted are seen reading books, letters, and magazine or next to one of the items.

    Mohamed
    les femmes qui lisent sont toujours l'inspiration les peintres.une petite visite au musée à travers des tableaux bien choisis qui parlent d'eux-mêmes.j'ai bien aimé cette visite.

    Shelley
    The title implies an element that is actually missing from this book. There is nothing dangerous about the women reading here. In fact, quite the opposite. It all looks quite passive, boring, and/or peaceful. The essays focus on the artists who did the paintings, no danger there either. So really, there is misleading marketing of the book. It is a collection of pretty paintings of mostly anonymous ordinary women sitting around with a book in their hands. It's not like these are photos of Emma Go [...]

    Margaret
    More than anything, this is an art book. The forward by Karen Joy Fowler provides a general overview of the history of women who read, while the rest of the book shows artwork that depicts women with books, and a brief commentary and interpretation of the art by, I assume, Stefan Bollmann. I did not always agree with his interpretations, but I loved looking at the art and making up my own stories about the women painted, and how the painting came to be.

    Christine
    This book was first published in German in 2005 under the title “Frauen, die Lesen, Sind Gefaerlich” and then in English in 2006 titled “Women Reading”. This 2016 incarnation translates the German title and as soon as I saw it I knew I had to have a look buy it art and reading and, with such a title – how could I resist?The forward, written by Karen Joy Fowler, gives the reader an overview of attitudes through the ages on the though of women reading.“Should women be permitted to have [...]

    Margherita Dolcevita
    Estremamente ben curata, è un'opera molto interessante. Le due introduzioni sono decisamente condivisibili (specialmente se si è donne) e la Bignardi ha sempre quel tocco magico che rende piacevole tutto quello che scrive. L'apparato delle immagini con il commento è poi molto ricco e variegato, spazia nei secoli e nei generi con estrema nonchalance, e fa scoprire dipinti e donne che poco erano noti. Questo libro lo dovrebbero avere tutte le lettrici compulsive, peccato per il prezzo, a mio av [...]

    Marie-aimée
    L'idée est originale : une histoire de lecture féminine avec des illustrations (analysées). Le seul problème ce sont les remarques un peu trop"discours-féministe-bateau" (si vous voyez ce que je veux dire). Le texte devient un peu maladroit et lourd par moment. Cependant, les explications sont très claires et l'effet de synthèse assez intéressant. Les images (peintures, gravures) sont le point fort de l'ouvrage.

    Lucie Novak
    Beautiful book, full of paintings of reading women and comments about society viewing their reading with suspicion. Makes me thing about those abducted Nigerian girls. I have a CZech edition of this book. I often look at the paintings, reading the clever commentary.

    Crystal
    I really enjoyed this book that combined part art with the way women and literature were viewed in that culture/society and specific time period.

    Marieke
    3.5 stars.

    Hayley
    This collection of art depecting women readers is a coffee table book that is gorgeous to flip through and when you stop and read, has thoughtful analysis.The provocative title points to the book's chronology that shows how portraits of a women reading changed from a symbol of piety to empowerment throughout the centuries; a change that could be described as dangerous (by opressors in society), or a success (by women today).In her Foreward, Karen Joy Fowler describes the perceived danger when re [...]

    Katherine
    The artwork collected for this book ranged from interesting to odd to truly beautiful. However I would hesitate to recommend it because frankly some of the author's interpretations of the paintings seemed incredibly pretentious and sometimes downright suspect. (How could he possibly know what meaning an artist might have intended in a work that was painted a hundred years ago, or more? Or know what the model was thinking? Or for that matter what reading may signify to an individual woman, much l [...]

    Am Y
    A coffee table art book that compiles images of women reading, in the form of paintings, illustrations and photographs by famous artists throughout the ages. Each art piece is accompanied by a 1-page description and context of the work shown, a bit of background info on its creator, and the significance or relation of the piece to the theme involved (i.e. women who read).I enjoyed the purpose of the book, which was fulfilled quite well. Some of the descriptions were a bit far-fetched (i.e. postu [...]

    Chloe
    Made me yearn for my art history classes in high school. I love reading, I love art, I love history, and I love women - this is a lovely little book to have passed some time with. I only wish there were more paintings included and more essays in this book, and I may now require a visit to an art museum in my immediate future!

    Berenice Tarará
    Visualmente es delicioso y algunos datos son interesantes. Sin embargo, me parece que en el caso de las pintoras han sobrado los comentarios escandalosos de sus amantes, esposos, etc. El análisis de la obra estética mediante categorías estéticas sería preferible

    Julie
    The title and cover grabbed my attention. Then, leafing through the pages and glimpsing the lovely pictures made me decide to check it out and take it home from the Library. Indeed, the picture art is beautiful. I read through the introduction, the first several entries and finally, skimmed the rest.

    Jamila
    Useful. Inspiring. Beautiful. Thought-provoking. Exclusive. Incomplete.

    • [PDF] Å Free Download ✓ Les femmes qui lisent sont dangereuses : by Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler ↠
      485 Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Å Free Download ✓ Les femmes qui lisent sont dangereuses : by Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler ↠
      Posted by:Stefan Bollmann Laure Adler
      Published :2018-08-14T05:33:34+00:00