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  • Paperback
  • 117 pages
  • La petite fille de Monsieur Linh
  • Philippe Claudel
  • Catalan; Valencian
  • 06 November 2015

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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    La Petite Fille de Monsieur Linh Monsieur Linh and His Child Philippe ClaudelMonsieur Linh and His Child is a novella by French author Philippe Claudel originally published in French in 2005 Adventures of a grandfather His son and daughter in law have died in the war and he is left to care for their only child and his grand daughter Monsieur Linh travels to a foreign land to bring the child in his arms to safety تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز سی ام، ماه جولای، سال 2011میلادیعنوان نوه ی آقای لین؛ نویسنده فلیپ کلودل؛ مترجم سوسن ضیاء؛ تهران، قطره، 1389؛ در 120ص؛ شابک 9786001192746؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان فرانسوی سده 21معنوان نوه ی آقای لین؛ نویسنده فلیپ کلودل؛ مترجم پرویز شهدی؛ تهران، پارسه، 1390؛ در 191ص؛ شابک 9786005733778؛ داستان، ماجراهای یک پدر بزرگ است؛ پیرمردی، که جنگ، خانه، و خانواده اش را از ایشان بگرفته، و او مجبور است، برای نجات زندگی خویش، و تنها نوه ی کوچکش، از کشور مهاجرت کند؛ مهاجرت به سرزمینی، که در آنجا، زبان مشترک و همزبانی با هیچکس ندارد؛ کاش، همگان، از آدمیان، چنین میانگاشتند، آرزو میکنم آنها نیز، از همدلی انسانها، در این روزگار پر از آشوب، و خون و خونریزی، داستانها بنگارند؛ باز هم یاد دوستی، و همدلی افتادم؛ دوستانی که حتی زبان یکدیگر نمیدانند، ولی دوستی را هماره پاس میدارند؛ همین را سالها پیش در کشور «آلمان»، با یک مرد «اوکراینی» تجربه کرده ام، در آن کشور با همسرم مهمان خانواده ی باجناق خویش بودیم، و ایشان مرد اوکراینی، در خانه ی آنها کار گچ و سفیدکاری میکردند؛ همگان از اهالی خانه و همسرم نیز دنبال کار خود، یا خرید میرفتند، و ما دو تن در خانه، تنها میماندیم؛ ایشان کار میکردند، و این فراموشکار نگاهش میکردم؛ زبان ایشان نمیدانستم، و ایشان هم با زبانهای انگلیسی و ترکی و عربی و زبان فارسی آشنا نبودند؛ اما طی چند روز، چنان منظور هم را میفهمیدیم، که انگار همزبانیمتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 30061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی


  2. Dem Dem says:

    Philippe Claudel's Monsieur Linh and his child is a wonderful original and haunting study of an an elderly refugee from an unknown war torn country His son and daughter in law have died in the war and he is left to care for their only child and his grand daughterThis a short book with only 130 pages and therefore not one sentence is wasted with unnecessary information The remarkable story told within those 130 pages will stay with you long after you have finished the tale Although I finished this book yesterday I honestly cannot get the characters and story out of my head and find myself thinking about the story and analysing the places and charactersI love how Claudel crafted the story and the mystery sense of time and place unknown as we are not told the exact location and setting of the happenings within the story we must work this out with clues that we are given throughout the storyI enjoyed the fact that I had to think about this as I read the information givenThis is a book where the less said about it the better as the reader needs to go into this one blind in order to get the best from the book An exuisitely crafted short story a book of beautiful prose and a very thought provoking read


  3. Steve Steve says:

    Warning There is an unavoidable spoiler here La Petite Fille de Monsieur Linh Monsieur Linh's Granddaughter was published by the award winning novelist and film maker Philippe Claudel born 1962 in 2005 In deceptively simple language Claudel tells the story of two older men from whom life has taken than they can bear to loseMonsieur Linh is a refugee from the lengthy episode of mutual and random murder called the American War by the Vietnamese; he is one of the peasants whom all four primary parties in the war killed without much thought His village destroyed and his son and daughter in law killed by bombs Monsieur Linh has little to live for except that he found his six week old granddaughter safe not far from her parents' torn corpses Resolved to continue for her sake he manages to be one of the relatively lucky persons given sanctuary by the French Arriving in the winter cold of what must be Marseilles Monsieur Linh who his entire life had barely ever ventured out of his little village is understandably confused and anxious in the large foreign city In a providential accident life sometimes arranges for us he sits on the bench a nearly eually elderly Frenchman likes to freuent for just across the street is the park in which is located the merry go round his wife ran before her recent death Both men haunted by their losses and living in the past than in the present slowly find a connection though neither knows the other's language as two lost and lonely persons can Not unexpectedly the Frenchman Monsieur Bark had been obliged as a young man to take part in the mutual and random murder called the French War by the Vietnamese And then Monsieur Linh and his granddaughter are transferred to an old person's home a baby in an old person's home where no one speaks Vietnamese? where the inmates are obliged to wear identical pajamas and bathrobes 24 hours a day Linh escapes and crosses Marseilles in his pajamas and slippers carrying the baby At the end of his strength he finds Monsieur Bark Ten meters apart Linh is run down by an automobileI found the boundary line to bathos getting uncomfortably close a few times in this text but this peregrination across an unknown city culminating in last second tragedy a baby who never cries never even makes a sound throughout the book Linh smiling away while he lies crushed by the car because he found his friend The puppet strings which should have been artfully hidden are out in plain sight and they are attached to the reader Rating


  4. Chantal Chantal says:

    I love this book It was so refreshing to read I couldn't put it down so I read it in one sitting Although it isn't the biggest of books the story is unusual and memorizing A must read in your life You will laugh and cry and you won't see that twist coming Great but a very sad story It gets a well deserved 5 points


  5. Roger Brunyate Roger Brunyate says:

     HomeNOTE I read this in French in 2011 I am copying the review to Goodreads now after having read Fredrik Backman's And Every Morning the Road Home Gets Longer and Longer No they are not the same although both are about an old man and a child But both are short both are very moving and there is a childlike wonder to the writing in both books that makes me think of them in the same breathAn old man stands on the stern of a boat watching his homeland disappear into the distance He holds a small suitcase and an even smaller child a baby girl His name is Monsieur Linh but he is the only one to know that since everybody else who knows him is dead So begins Philippe Claudel's novella of 2005 so simple it is almost a fable Monsieur Linh comes to a big Western city where he is put into a dormitory for refugees The other families feed him following the custom which dictates respect for their elders but otherwise leave him alone to tend to himself and the tiny child Sang Diû rescued after an atrocity that killed his son and daughter in lawAt first this new city seems neutral and forbidding to Monsieur Linh lacking the warmth the scents the colors of his tropical home But resting on a bench one day he is joined by a big man who introduces himself as Monsieur Bark A widower grieving for his wife who used to operate a carousel in the park Monsieur Bark is glad of somebody to talk to even though the only phrases the men can exchange with mutual comprehension are the expressions for Good day in their respective languages Although Monsieur Linh does not understand the meaning of the actual words he picks up on their emotional content and the two become fast friends seeing each other every day with the old man's grandchild sitting between them as uiet as an angelThere is much beauty in Claudel's almost simplistic writing as the old man who has lost so much finds a new home in the heart of his unexpected friend just as he makes his own heart a home for the little girl But just as one is beginning to think that the book is in danger of getting sappy and over optimistic other people—social workers—intervene who have other ideas of proper homes for the two of them The story passes into disturbing shadow making us think of the inadvertent cruelty with which albeit with the best of intentions we often treat old people orphans and aliens But Monsieur Linh has not survived the desolation of his country for nothing and his determination to be reunited with his friend brings this brief tale to a climax that is both inevitable and surprisingOne assumes that Monsieur Linh comes from Vietnam though Claudel never says Indeed having now read four books by the author I realize that one of his central techniues is to give no information than is absolutely necessary It explains his latest as of 2011 The Investigation a surreal nightmare in which neither the setting nor any of the characters are given proper names It explains his two most famous novels Grey Souls and especially his masterpiece Brodeck in which the vagueness of some details and the precision of others in the shadow respectively of the First and Second World Wars gives a nightmare uality as though everything is taking place in a confined space by half light But what comes through all four books is Claudel's sympathy with forgotten people the collateral victims of large conflicts and small children Although reuiring to be read as a fable with a willing suspension of disbelief this short novella is surely the brightest in Claudel's oeuvre reminding us of those special moments in the other books when he also breaks free of the prevailing darkness


  6. Raven Raven says:

    Having rushed around like a loon this morning catching up on my day off tasks I sat down a couple of hours ago with a well deserved cup of coffee and idly picked up 'Monsieur Linh and His Child' I read it in one sitting my coffee forgotten and felt genuinely moved by this perfect little novel I loved this tale of Linh's separation from his homeland finding himself adrift in a strange country alienated at first by his lack of knowledge of this new environment and culture and his further alienation by language until his meeting with Bark The descriptive passages of his homeland and the murders of his family were evocative and heartwrenching and the playing out of his new friendship with Bark himself affected by personal loss and his experiences in Linh's homeland were perfectly weighted and affecting The unveiling of the true nature of his 'granddaughter' was so carefully placed within the narrative and added even further to the poignancy of the story A book that achieved in 130 pages than many books I've read three times the length A wonderful study of the human essence and how we can all connect at some point with others despite our differences


  7. Marc Marc says:

    There is not so much to say about this little booklet it's a simple story about a refugee Mr Linh clearly a Vietnamese who arrives by boat with his baby granddaughter and is taken care of in a refugee center He learns to know a man who has just lost his wife and their gradual cordial relation is very delicate; it shows the great drama associated with loss and also shows that simple human intercourse and empathy is possible also with substantial language and cultural barriers To the attentive reader already half way the clue of the story becomes clear Claudel uses a very distant style in very short sentences which gives the novel a timeless character Nice


  8. Stephen Durrant Stephen Durrant says:

    A relatively easy French read from the lyrical pen of Philippe Claudel and a very moving book In fact I am tempted to give this five stars but it might be a little slight for such a high rating An aged immigrant from an unnamed country probably Vietnam arrives somewhere in France He has fled his country in the wake of tragedy and now has only his petite fille who is the one treasure of his life that remains Completely alone and isolated unable to speak French and carrying his infant granddaughter wherever he goes he finally forms a friendship with another loner Monsieur Bark The friendship is unforgettable and there are surprises This is a beautiful little book about loneliness the capacity of friendship to transcend barriers of culture and language and way in which madness may indeed save and even redeem Claudel's book also says much about the possible isolation of the immigrant As I read Le petite fille de Monsieur Linh I couldn't help but be reminded of a historical account of a lonely immigrant Jonathan Spence's A uestion of Hu If you have second or third year French Claudel's little novel is definitely a book to read


  9. Steve Griffin Steve Griffin says:

    A beautiful book about the possibility of life after trauma M Linh and M Bark's friendship is an unexpected gift for them both I expect many readers saw the ending coming but I didn't and it charged the whole story with new layers of emotion and meaning It took me a long time to get to sleep afterwards


  10. Cookielover Cookielover says:

    25 because why did this have to be so sad


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About the Author: Philippe Claudel

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