Il Monte Analogo



Il Monte Analogo Un gruppo di singolari ed esperti alpinisti, certi dell esistenza, in qualche parte del globo, di una montagna la cui vetta pi alta di tutte le vette, decide un giorno di partire da Parigi per tentare di scoprirla e di darne la scalata Dopo una navigazione non euclidea , a bordo di un imbarcazione chiamata l Impossibile , gli esploratori approdano nell isola continente del Monte Analogo , dove trovano una popolazione, dagli usi apparentemente stravaganti, che discende da uomini di tutti i tempi e che, come loro, vive ormai, soltanto, nella speranza di scalare la vetta Un breve soggiorno nel villaggio di Porto delle Scimmie, e il gruppo dei nostri alpinisti intraprende l ascensione, arrivando in vista del campo base A questo punto il racconto s interrompe siamo soltanto all inizio di un viaggio che forse sempre, continuamente, all inizio quando la morte coglie Ren Daumal, l autore di questa storia, impedendogli di descrivere il seguito della scalata al monte simbolico che unisce la Terra al Cielo.Sotto le parvenze di un romanzo d avventure, o di un racconto fantastico, Il Monte Analogo , pubblicato postumo nel 1952, ci offre una metafisica dell alpinismo che , anche, un itinerario minuzioso, lentamente maturato nelle esperienze dell autore, verso un centro, sentito come liberazione della persona da ogni suo limite, verso una vetta in cui, al disopra di ogni specifica contraddizione, ciascun uomo attui le proprie umane possibilit Con la leggerezza propria del saggio, facendo uso nel racconto di storie, canzoni, deduzioni, miti e dimostrazioni, Daumal trasporta il lettore nel regno dell analogia, dove niente vero ma tutto veridico, per un parallelismo tra realt raggiunta e realt raggiungibile attraverso un metodo cio il mettersi sulla via che fa cadere i nostri schemi difensivi e ci porta a contemplare con occhi nuovi il nostro paesaggio interiore. Download Il Monte Analogo author René Daumal – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 182 pages
  • Il Monte Analogo
  • René Daumal
  • Italian
  • 20 December 2017

10 thoughts on “Il Monte Analogo

  1. Jimmy says:

    It s a miracle that this book even exists A book we were never meant to have, existing only in myth A fever of a dream, but with all the details intact, specific, and so real Like ending up in a dream without leaving the real world behind, both in terms of the trivialities of living as well as the logic that never approaches dream logic An amalgamation of science, philosophy, myth, humor, and clear thinking, yes with the translucent, almost invisible, clarity of a paradam that suddenly ben It s a miracle that this book even exists A book we were never meant to have, existing only in myth A fever of a dream, but with all the details intact, specific, and so real Like ending up in a dream without leaving the real world behind, both in terms of the trivialities of living as well as the logic that never approaches dream logic An amalgamation of science, philosophy, myth, humor, and clear thinking, yes with the translucent, almost invisible, clarity of a paradam that suddenly bends your thinking around its curvature A paradam shift This book was already written from another world, no wonder Daumal died mid sentence No wo...

  2. Jigar Brahmbhatt says:

    I am convinced that some books have a specific time in the life of a reader Once that time is gone, they loose their effect I have been meaning to procure this book since long, owing to my early interests in mystical weird stories that aim to incorporate everything under the sun Hell, I was even trying to write one of my own This was back in 2006 07, when fresh out of college, I used to spend considerable time in libraries, bookshops, among roadside vendors and spent hours on the internet se I am convinced that some books have a specific time in the life of a reader Once that time is gone, they loose their effect I have been meaning to procure this book since long, owing to my early interests in mystical weird stories that ...

  3. Ben Winch says:

    Mount Analogue may be the book that broke this reviewer s back What to say of it, but that it s brief tragically brief, given Daumal must have known he was racing the clock and immense And in fact, its brief immensity is almost fitting, because if not for a few nods by the narrator to a known future early on, undermined in any case by the switch to a diarist s present tense in Chapter 4 what better way for this impossible adventure to end than in mid sentence, on the slopes of the mounta Mount Analogue may be the book that broke this reviewer s back What to say of it, but that it s brief tragically brief, given Daumal must have known he was racing the clock and immense And in fact, its brief immensity is almost fitting, because if not for a few nods by the narrator to a known future early on, undermined in any case by the switch to a diarist s present ...

  4. Nate D says:

    A kind of theoretical adventure story, where the protagonists work with ingenious logic backwards from the supposition that the recurrent myth of the mountain to the heavens Olympus, Sinai, Babel must imply an actual such mountain, and if such exists where and how could it exist so as to avoid detection until now And then, of course, they go there With a great deal of totally fascinating discussion of everything within Daumal s reach philosophy, psychology, folklore, physics, all wrapped up A kind of theoretical adventure story, where the protagonists work with ingenious logic backwards from the supposi...

  5. Eddie Watkins says:

    Here s someone I ve been meaning to readof for years, but all I succeed in doing is rereading again and again this book that the author never finished I don t quite agree that it s complete enough as it stands, but its incompleteness does have the advantage of stimulating one s imagination, of being like a temptation that is never satisfied but is ever alluring At least that s why I can rereread it The tone of the book is of a hybrid between spiritualist occult tract and adventure tale Here s someone I ve been meaning to readof for years, but all I succeed in doing is rereading again and again this book that the author never finished I don t quite agree that it s complete enough as it stands, but its incompleteness does have the advantage of stimulating one s imagination, of being like a temptation that is never satisfied but is ever alluring At le...

  6. Oscar says:

    El escritor franc s Ren Daumal 1908 1944 dej inacabada su segunda novela, El Monte An logo Le Mont Analogue, 1944 Muri de tuberculosis dejando esta obra en mitad de una frase, literalmente La presente edici n de la Editorial Atalanta, recoge el texto de ditions Gallimard de 1972, que incluye los ap ndices y planes que ten a Daumal para terminar la novela Se trata de una historia de aventuras, ciencia ficci n, metaf sica, filosof a y viaje inici tico, que, pese a no tener una conclus El escritor franc s ...

  7. Sienna says:

    I was delighted to find a copy of this and another long sought after book in a secondhand store in Dunedin last week Slightly battered and time stained, Daumal s slender little volume also at some point provided a home for bookworms literally They left pointillist patterns across the lower portion of each page if I hold it up just right, it s like starlight.For a metaphysical adventure that ends mid chapter, mid sentence, mid thought, Mount Analogue failed entirely to set off my bullshit I was delighted to find a copy of this and another long sought after book in a secondhand store in Dunedin last week Slightly battered and time stained, Daumal s slender little volume also at some point provided a home for bo...

  8. S©aP says:

    Prende le mosse ideali dalla disciplina si pu ancora usare questa parola dell alpinismo, per avventurarsi in una fantasia esoterica in senso lato Ha il pregio di una pulizia di altri tempi fu scritto negli anni 40 e il difetto di essere incompleto l autore mor di un affezione polmonare prima di completare il testo Il mio non un giudizio di merito, ma di gusto Nel rispetto dello scrittore poeta e filosofo francese, il suo libro non ha incontrato la mia sensibilit Per altre vie, e Prende le mosse ideali dalla disciplina si pu ancora usare questa parola dell alpinism...

  9. Catherine says:

    I am dead because I lack desire,I lack desire because I think I possess.I think I possess because I do not try to give.In trying to give, you see that you have nothing Seeing that you have nothing, you try to give of yourself Trying to give of yourself, you see that you are not...

  10. Francisco H. González says:

    La singularidad de la novela es que se public inacabada all por 1944 Parece ser que lo que pudo sacar adelante antes de morir Ren Daumel 1908 1944 es la mitad de la novela, que fue lo que se publicar a El resto del libro son esquemas de trabajo, cap tulos sueltos, recomendaciones para alpinistas principiantes, y un microensayo titulado Unos cuantos poetas del siglo XXV, donde se mofa de distintas corrientes po ticas, como el lirismo matem tico, por ejemplo.Tenemos pues un final abierto, u La singularidad de la novela es que se public inacabada all por 1944 Parece ser que lo que pudo sacar adelante antes de morir Ren Daumel 1908 1944 es la mitad de la novela, que fue lo que se publicar a El resto del libro son esquemas de trabajo, cap tulos sueltos, recomendaciones para alpinistas principiantes, y un microensayo titulado Unos cuantos poetas del siglo XXV, donde se mofa de distintas corrientes po ticas, como el lirismo matem tico, por ejemplo.Tenemos pues un final abierto, un final el cual se quiso obtener a pie de cama del enfermo de tuberculosis, mientras Daumel agonizaba, pero sin mucho xito al perecer este.El t tulo ya produce asombro e hilaridad El Monte An logo novela de aventuras alpinas no euclidianas y simb licamente aut nticas El des...

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