ANHELO DE VIVIR IRVING STONE PDF

ANHELO DE VIVIR IRVING STONE PDF

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Didn’t really dig how the book was written in a form of a story, complete with full dialogue by the people in it No way to know how those conversations really went, right? Su vida y su obra corren paralelas. The writing style is odd, sort of simplistic and choppy I thought he did a lot of good then, or at least tried. This will help illustrate many of the great works of art described in the book.

To ask other readers questions about Anhelo de vivirplease sign up. He could not seem to love those that loved him and took advantage of his dear brother and the women who loved him. This is because Stone had to take some poetic licence in order to make a urving and interesting novel.

Anhelo de vivir

Simplistically written book about an extremely complex artist. During their lifetime, Stone and his wife funded a foundation to support charitable causes they believed in. InStone received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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It makes for a vivid long book when you start hating Van Gogh by the end of the Prologue!

The movie by the same name is even more ridiculous than the book, but enjoyable for it’s kitsch appeal. Robert rated it it was ok Mar 17, I wasn’t the biggest fan of this book, but I think it was more because Van Gough pissed me off than that the author was not engaging.

Especially since he’s not one of my favorite artists, it drove me crazy that he spent his whole life doing something that he was so passionate about, yet mediocre at. He wasn’t even a very nice person from what I could tell.

A quanto pare il verdetto del primo editore a cui Irving Stone propose il manoscritto di questo romanzo fu “A long, dull novel about an artist. Iona Turner rated it it was ok Sep 30, When at home, Stone relied upon the research facilities and expertise made available to him by Esther Euler, head research librarian of the University of California at Los Angeles, to whom he dedicated and thanked, in addition to many others, in several of his works.

Although, I am interested to read more from this author! The Stones lived primarily in Los Angeles, California.

Anhelo de Vivir La Vida de Vincent Van Gogh : Irving Stone :

He must truly have been mentally ill–a tip to understanding his art. Readin’Guy rated it it was ok May 18, Having little knowledge of this artist, I was not prepared for the plot of this biography. I enjoyed the part when Vincent was with the coal miners. Maybe this is the only way to really write this kind of a story where the only source are the letters of Van Gogh.

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Stone additionally did much of his research “in the field”.

Also the whole time I was reading it I questioned the authenticity of the things that happened in the book. Couldn’t hardly stand him in the middle, and felt so sad and sorry for him at the end. He might have lived a long, happy life. I’m trying not to feel guilty giving a book like this the same rating I give a much lesser one, as I can’t even imagine all that went into its creation. Constantly seco Little bit of difficulty getting through the book because of some pacing issues.

After the book ends, Stone has a section ve “Notes”, where he admits to the reader that a couple of the scenes such as Van Gogh’s meeting with Paul Cezanne were clearly a product of his imagination. Irving Stone is a poor writer. I already knew the basic outline of Vincent’s life, so maybe that was also part of the problem, no suspense or surprise, of course that isn’t the book’s fault.

Hardcover1pages. Everyone else seems to have loved this book, but I found it depressing.