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Appelsinpiken «Mi padre murió hace once años cuando yo sólo tenía cuatro Creí ue no volvería a saber nada de él pero ahora estamos escribiendo un libro juntos» Así comienza La joven de las naranjas ue hace reflexionar al lector sobre la intensidad de la Vida pero también sobre la muerte Una historia ue nos habla del Tiempo y sobre ué somos realmente ué misterio compartimos con el universo ¿Elegiríamos nacer y conocer la vida en toda su intensidad sabiendo ue uizá sea para permanecer sólo un instante en ella ¿O rechazaríamos la oferta Georg un joven de 15 años apasionado por la astronomía encuentra una antigua carta ue su padre escribió para él al saber ue iba a morir En ella le cuenta el gran amor ue sintió por la misteriosa Joven de las Naranjas para finalmente formularle una importante pregunta a la ue Georg debe responder Antes de contestar Georg habrá escrito un libro con su padre un libro ue va más allá del tiempo y de los límites de la muerte Lately I had been having trouble dealing with existentialism I even nagged to a dear friend that why don't we get a choice in thatwhy can't we choose to exist or not toliving in this dark world hurts and I can't take it any and then the universe decided to mock me and put this amazingly written book in my hand in the midst of my visionary thoughts If you have ever read any of the gaarder's book you're gonna think this must be so much about philosophyWell it's not I mean it is but it's notYou'll get it when you read it It's a guide on how to live how to notice the universe around you and let it be observed and to answer your uestionbecause I owe it to you that much as a reader of the book maybe if I had been given the chance I'd refuse to take it all and well that would have been such a big shame But lucky me I'm alive I exist and I'm able to notice and enjoy the universe and LIVE the days of my life because who knows maybe the screens never gets reloaded and this is the only chance we get at being mesmerised by our surroundings Appelsinpiken The Orange Girl Jostein GaarderThe Orange Girl is a Norwegian movie released in February 2009 It is based on a book by author Jostein Gaarder; a book translated to 43 languages Georg Røed's father Jan Olav died when he was four years old Eleven years later Georg's grandmother finds letters addressed to Georg from Jan Olav written before his death along with a story titled The Orange GirlAs Georg soon discovers The Orange Girl is not simply a story but a riddle from the past that centers around an incident from his father's youth In the story it is revealed that Jan Olav had once boarded a tram and had taken notice of a beautiful girl who had been clutching a bag of oranges When tram abruptly jolted the girl's oranges were dispersed Jan Olav attempted to collect the oranges but found that the girl had already disembarked from the tram The story is a reuest for his son to solve the mystery of the orange girl's identityتاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه جولای سال 2008 میلادیعنوان دختر پرتقالی؛ نویسنده یوستاین یوستین گاردر گوردر؛ مترجم بابک تبرایی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، نیلا، 1385، در 144ص، شابک 9648573581؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان نروژی سده 20معنوان دختر پرتقالی؛ نویسنده یوستاین یوستین گاردر گوردر؛ مترجم مهوش خرمی پور؛ ویراستار ویدا اسلامیه؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، تندیس، چاپ اول 1385، چاپ پنجم 1388، در 188ص، شابک 9789648944136؛پدر «جرج» در چهار سالگی او فوت کرده، اکنون «جرج» پانزده ساله است، و یازده سال پس از مرگ پدرش، نامه ای از ایشان پیدا میکند، که خطاب به «جرج» نوشته شده است؛ پدرش که گویا از درگذشت نزدیک خویش آگاه بوده، طی نامه ای، شرح آشنایی و عشق خویش به یک دختر پرتقالی منظور میوه پرتقال است را بیان میکند؛ میگوید من ناراحتم که به دنیا آمدم تا وسط خوشیهایم از دنیا بروم؛ و از «جرج» میپرسد «جرج» اگه تو موقع تشکیل جهان بهت میگفتن وقتی زمانش برسه میتونی بری دنیا را ببینی اما وقتی زمانش رسید باید بیای بیرون ازش هر وقت که میخواد باشه آیا دلت میخواست اصلا به دنیا بیای؟؛ کتاب این پرسش را طرح میکند «اگر حق انتخاب با شما بود آیا به دنیا میآمدید؟»؛تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 10061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی “My father died eleven years ago I was only four then I never thought I’d hear from him again but now we’re writing a book together” Sometimes there's a disarming beauty in simplicity Sometimes describing ordinary feelings and doubts is enough for writing extraordinary books This is the case I'm so happy that this is my first Gaarder's book I love how he evokes emotions in the reader's mind without even trying to manipulate them The plot isn't uite about philosophy but it also isn't about the romance It's about whether or not life is worth living without any regrets and if it is how to be happy with the people you care about It's also about growing up and fighting for what we want Gaarder had done a beautiful job in not making this a self help book You may think this is some supernatural novel or that Georg is insane but it's none of the above Georg is a curious 15 year old kid whose biggest problem is how to talk to a girl he likes Then he finds a letter from his father A letter his dad wrote to him a few weeks before he died In that envelope was everything he's father ever wanted to talk to him about but he couldn't because Georg was too young Mainly Jan Olav writes about the Orange girl “I've nothing against eye make up and lipstick But the fact is that we’re actually living on a planet in space For me that’s an extraordinary thought It’s mind boggling just to think about the existence of space at all But there are girls who can’t see the universe for eye liner” The story is about Jan Ulav and his perspective on life The reader also has an insight into Georg's head and they both entwine They're so much alike Georg is mature for his age but still is just a teenager and there are some funny moments where it's clearly shown Like when he didn't want to go jogging with his stepfather because he said the running will help him get rid of acne and Georg didn't want to let him know that acne bothers him “The reason I cried wasn’t just because I knew I might soon be leaving you I cried because you were so young I cried because the two of us couldn’t have a proper talk”It's merely a start of the book and I found myself in tears Jan Olav wasn't only sad because he's dying he was sad because he'll never truly know his son He spent only three years with him and couldn't get enough of him and suddenly his happiness is cruelly taken away The reason for it is not war divorce nor natural catastrophe it's actually a disease I was able to feel Jan Olav's pain like it was mine I just don't know if it was right for Georg to read the letter his father left for him “The truth is that I feel totally helpless or totally inconsolable to be honest I’m not trying to hide it but it’s something you’re not to worry about” One of the worst feelings in the world is when you're helpless And yet Jan Olav had to live day after day with that feeling and tried to be happy in front of his son because he was too young to comprehend what was going on He tried to cherish the time they had left but he couldn't help the sorrow Honestly Gaarder does a painfully good job at describing all those emotions “I noticed nothing that Sunday except that the Orange Girl was missing I only had eyes for what wasn’t there”At first I thought Jan Olav's search for the Orange girl was obsessive and unhealthy He let his hunt get in a way of him living his life He wanted her to be a part of his world and he was so persistent nothing could change his mind about it But then again he simply KNEW she was the one and he didn't want to let her get away “ I can wait until my heart bleeds with sorrow” Usually I would find this uote pathetic or sappy but in this case I find it rather poetic This is simply a part of Jan Olav's charm In his viewpoint he met his soul mate and he doesn't want to wait Said on a right occasion and by a right man this could melt any girl's heart Most of us just don't want to admit it “I'm not just some butterfly for you to catch” The Orange girl is no cookie She's independent unafraid of exploring her affinities Without a doubt she isn't reluctant to getting what she wants but she also doesn't let her inconsistent desires get in a way She wants Jan Olav the same way he wants her and honestly their love story is one of the most beautiful romances I've ever read about “We can't own each other's past The uestion is whether we have a future together” It should be simple like that There are no big twists in the story You can guess at the beginning who the Orange girl is and it isn't a bad thing The book would be pointless if she was anyone else I just wish I could find out about the Orange Girl's reaction after reading the letter We see only glimpses “If I’d chosen never to the foot inside the great fairytale I’d never have known what I’ve lost Do you see what I’m getting at? Sometimes it’s worse for us human beings to lose something dear to us than never to have had it at all” It's not about where you are or what you're doing it's about people you're with It's about having a circle of your closest ones and always be with them But what happens when you have to leave them against your will? Is it really better to have nothing? I don't think so I just love how Gaarder raises existential uestions out of tough life choices “I ask again what would you have chosen if you’d had the chance? Would you have elected to live a short span on earth only to be wrenched away from it all never ever to return? Or would you have said no thank you? You have only these two choices Those are the rules In choosing to live you also choose to die”Georg made a beautiful comparison over what Jan Olav said If there was a choice for him to try the best flavor of his favorite ice cream but only a milligram he'd refuse But he'd still choose life despite how short it is For a teenager George is incredibly insightful and mature while still managing not to become an adult too earlyOverall it was a poignant read There were some parts so cute that I was actually hugging the book and other parts so depressing I cried This is the best kind of book It's not about the genre it's about the emotions the book evokes Occasionally the book doesn't need to have an astonishing plot to be good sometimes it's all about the characters like Jan Olav and Georg Check out my blog “But the dream of something unlikely has its own special name We call it hope” ― Jostein Gaarder The Orange GirlThe Orange Girl was my introduction to Jostein Gaarder; Thanks to my friend ST for suggesting Gaarder to me The Orange Girl was the perfect book to read after finishing Ulysses Gaarder is a true romantic and The Orange Girl is as fine a feel good book as there is While reading The Orange Girl you will experience a wide range of emotions you will laugh cry be frustrated and think WTF Jan Olav??? This beautiful story will definitely affect you in ways you don't uite expectThe Orange Girl is short and handsomely written At a slim 151 pages Gaarder will take you on a journey thru love death family and uantum mechanics while making you uestion everything you thought you believed in but in wonderful heartfelt ways At the heart of all this is a uestion our hero Georg must answer for his father It maybe the most important uestion Georg is ever asked While on this journey of self discovery with his father Georg learns about his parents courtship his roots synchronicty and the power of love in all her forms It is an eye opening journey that should make all of Gaarder's readers uestion who they are where they come from and most importantly to ask thoughtful probing uestions about what they perceive as their reality My only real gripe with The Orange Girl is its poor English translation There were times the translation left me scratching my head wondering why wasn't this proofed better? Ultimately I loved The Orange Girl It is wonderfully written and well worth you time

  • Hardcover
  • 163 pages
  • Appelsinpiken
  • Jostein Gaarder
  • Spanish
  • 16 October 2016
  • 9788478447220

About the Author: Jostein Gaarder

Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels short stories and children's books Gaarder often writes from the perspective of children exploring their sense of wonder about the world He often uses meta fiction in his works writing stories within storiesGaarder was born into a pedagogical family His best known work is the novel Sophie's World subtitled A Novel a


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