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The Flight of Icarus

The Flight of Icarus Le Vol d Icare est le dernier roman de Raymond Queneau paru en Huber un auteur partir de cr e un roman dont le personnage principal se nomme Icare Ce dernier sort de son livre emport par

  • Title: The Flight of Icarus
  • Author: Raymond Queneau Barbara Wright
  • ISBN: 9780811204835
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Le Vol d Icare est le dernier roman de Raymond Queneau, paru en 1968 Huber, un auteur partir de 1895, cr e un roman dont le personnage principal se nomme Icare Ce dernier sort de son livre, emport par un coup de vent et se retrouve perdu dans Paris Huber Luber fait alors appel un d tective priv , Morcol, charg de traquer Icare Icar, quant lui fait la rencontreLe Vol d Icare est le dernier roman de Raymond Queneau, paru en 1968 Huber, un auteur partir de 1895, cr e un roman dont le personnage principal se nomme Icare Ce dernier sort de son livre, emport par un coup de vent et se retrouve perdu dans Paris Huber Luber fait alors appel un d tective priv , Morcol, charg de traquer Icare Icar, quant lui fait la rencontre d LN d origine cruciverbiste qui va devenir sa compagne et se prostituera pour le faire vivre Icare va par la suite s int resser aux moyens de transport et en particulier l automobile lectrique et s engage comme garagiste Il fait la rencontre de Mme de Champvaux qui tombe amoureuse de lui Mais va par la suite livrer Icare Morcol Huber retrouve alors son personnage et s appr te poursuivre son roman seulement Icare est appel par son service militaire qui durera 3 ans Mais en r alit ce sont des amis et coll gue d Huber eux aussi en manque de personnages Leurs personnages vont en fait sortir eux aussi de leurs manuscrits il vont donc faire appel Morcol leur tour mais ce dernier d cide de prendre cong Ad la de et Maitretout, d autres personnages cr s par Huber s chappent eux aussi de leur livre Ad la de est la jeune fille promise Icare dans le livre de Huber Icare travaille toujours dans son garage avec tous les autres personnages Il se passionne par la suite par l id e de pouvoir un jour voler pour se d placer et va ensuite s envoler avec LN mais il va tomber Tel

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    About Author

    1. Raymond Queneau Barbara Wright says:
      Queneau was born in Le Havre in 1903 and went to Paris when he was 17 For some time he joined Andr Breton s Surrealist group, but after only a brief stint he dissociated himself Now, seeing Queneau s work in retrospect, it seems inevitable The Surrealists tried to achieve a sort of pure expression from the unconscious, without mediation of the author s self aware persona Queneau s texts, on the contrary, are quite deliberate products of the author s conscious mind, of his memory, his intentionality.Although Queneau s novels give an impression of enormous spontaneity, they were in fact painstakingly conceived in every small detail He even once remarked that he simply could not leave to hazard the task of determining the number of chapters of a book Talking about his first novel, Le Chiendent usually translated as The Bark Tree , he pointed out that it had 91 sections, because 91 was the sum of the first 13 numbers, and also the product of two numbers he was particularly fond of 7 and 13.

    Comment 338 on “The Flight of Icarus

    1. Geoff says:
      Ah Icarus Icarus why try to elude the fate for which I had destined you Where have you landed, in attempting to try out your wings I await your return, whether voluntary or involuntary In the meantime, all I can do is stare, dry eyed, at that hard, forgotten lake which, under the hoar frost, is haunted by the absence of a character What a fate that of a novelist without characters Perhaps that is how it will be for all of us, one day We won t have any characters We shall be authors in search of [...]

    2. Philippe Malzieu says:
      Queneau is one of my preferred writers I read all his books in the compl te edition the Pleiad There are several themes in these books Country chronicles with fantastic, urban novels and atypical objects.In this last there is 100 000 000 000 poems I would like to rate it but I can t find the good ISBN Don t forget that Queneau was mathematician He creates OULIPO for submit language to mathematical rules For exemple, P rec from Oulipo write a book without e the disparition Queneau write all his b [...]

    3. Nate D says:
      As a brisk postmodern amusement, this late Queneau work is basically fluff, but it s good, entertaining fluff as far as that goes Basically, a novelist loses his protagonist, who begins to make his way on his own in Paris, despite the detective enlisted to track him down All expected hijinx ensue Queneau maintains a light touch and general pervasive likeability, and his turns of words and word play have a much better rate of actual humor than generally expected of this sort of thing, even throug [...]

    4. Simona Bartolotta says:
      One of the strangest things I have ever read.

    5. Lisa Reads & Reviews says:
      Playful and light and charming Provides flights of fancy for writers especially, but other folks moving along on this side of the turf may enjoy it as well There s a metaphysical slant, subtle, if the reader is prone to such kinds of pondering Chuckles are always welcome, and you ll find them here.The main character, Icarus, is true to his name, with a new storyline that veers in an unexpected direction, until you realize the theme was there all along I plan to read of Queneau s work, which is [...]

    6. Ronald Morton says:
      For those that don t know, Raymond Queneau was the co founder of the Oulipo group movement lazily quoting Ouvroir de litt rature potentielle roughly translated workshop of potential literature His most famous works are likely Exercises in Style in which a short story is told 99 different times, each in a different style Cent Mille Milliards de Po mes translated to Hundred Thousand Billion Poems a book of ten sonnets, but each page is cut into 14 strips for each line of the sonnets so that the so [...]

    7. MJ Nicholls says:
      A novel in script Charming and hilarious and as cute as a button.


    8. Chuck LoPresti says:
      Amongst the essential Queneau Characters take flight from their pages and assume responsibility of their own fates Succinct and essential Queneau cuts the kite string from traditional character development and in possibly his most surreal writing the role of author, doctor, lover and character are all re examined through Queneau s clarifying lense Despite his reputation as odd and the seemingly bizarre subject matter this is among Queneau s straight forward reads It moves very fast and there s [...]

    9. Noce says:
      La vita aiuta a sognare, o i sogni aiutano a vivere Cos direbbe Marzullo.Ma qui piuttosto la domanda da farsi la fantasia serve a evadere dalla realt , o la realt serve a fuggire dalla fantasia di qualcun altro Icaro il personaggio di due romanzi quello del suo autore, che lo vorrebbe instradare verso un destino melanconico di fine secolo, e quello che leggiamo noi, in cui Icaro, decide di involare fuori dal manoscritto che lo imprigiona verso un futuro pi roseo.E come dargli torto del resto Che [...]

    10. Karla Paredes says:
      The short story The Flight of Icarus may be sad for some people or even disappointing but, for me it was a rollercoaster that went up and down with different emotions For example in the beginning, they were happy planning their escape from the prison of King Minor They though everything was going to go as planned Until the day of the escape Icarus got too carried away and kept going up towards the sky so, his wings melted This caused Icarus to fall having a certain death No matter how fast his f [...]

    11. Daniela says:
      The Flight of Icarus took me on a emotional roller coaster It was very exciting, especially when Icarus and his father were making wings This story was also very surprising, but on the other hand, it was sad It shocked me when Icarus went to close to the sun and his wings melted, and he fell.The essential theme is obedience, always listen to your parents If Icarus would have listened to his father he would not have gotten that close to the sun and his wings wouldn t have melted, but most importa [...]

    12. Daniel El-Hage says:
      This story is like a bunch of butterflies in my stomach The Flight of Icarus has a perfect way of expressing ideas to the reader That makes an interesting story in which hope is included It made me feel like if I was really escaping from a prison in wings made from a dead bird If the story wouldn t have all those little details, it would have been a boring one, and readers don t like boring stories

    13. Maria Garcia says:
      This story is heartbreaking story, were the freedom Icarus was feeling lead him to his death The Flight of Icarus is an story that at first isn t interesting but as you keep going you just can t stop reading On top of that, is a story that melts your hard The Flight of Icarus represents the love of a father that can t always protect his children This story is a story is a story of abidance.In this story it it is stated that the author wanted to show obedience If Icarus will have been obedient, a [...]

    14. Guille says:
      The story The Flight of Icarus made my mind go wild In my opinion, it was a suspenseful story It was clearly a teamwork kind of story It showed that teamwork can accomplish everything The fact that Icarus dies was a totally unexpected factor from the story This story was full of scenes that hit me like BANG completely unexpected actions This story was just pure awesomeness.Guillermo Alba

    15. Maria Laura says:
      I am a person who loves myths I also love descriptive writing Myths are stories that greeks created to explain the mysteries in life, and for me that is so thoughtful These stories include great descriptions and it makes every thing sound huge.The Flight of Icarus doesn t quite explain something but it still include great characteristics The author s descriptions made me visualize the myth as if it was a movie in my head The only problem was that it was too short

    16. Matt Leibel says:
      Been meaning to read some Queneau for a while I thought this was just hysterical, a meta story without all the tedious meta theory Author loses his character, hires a detective to track him down, character is loose in the world and only a few weeks old hijinks ensue Want to read of his stuff, and OULIPO in general I like the combo of wild playfulness and structural constraints.

    17. Jorge Santos says:
      For me, The Flight of Icarus was a story that brought a lot of excitement but at the same time laughter Because I laughed when he went so high into the sun and then died in the water I loved Doedalus ideas because they where actually very good It is incredible how greek people where so inteligent without the technologie we have nowadays I give this book 4 stars.

    18. Enrique Hernandez says:
      The story The Flight of Icarus is a compelling story that intrigues the reader of what s going to happen next I specially was intrigued when they made the wings to fly I was curious of what would happen next The Flight of Icarus is also a story with a lot of imagination It is a very good story and great to read in your free time.

    19. Joel says:
      be careful someone else might write your life before you

    20. blakeR says:
      Occasionally amusing as a farce, for me the best thing this has going for it is that it s an extremely quick read As a caveat I readily admit that I m probably not the intended audience I realize with every book that I don t really have the patience for post modern works I believe that s what genre this fits into You know, works that are about process and style than actual narrative For just one example I couldn t stand Waiting for Godot, which is not to say I think it s necessarily bad, just [...]

    21. Ana Lopez says:
      Icarus and his father were locked in a tower by the king, who got angry with Deadalus, Icaru s father because he was supposed build a labyrinth so that Theseus could not escape the island of Crete But when he did escape, King Minor got so mad he put Deadalus and his son, Icarus, in a tower on the same island But since Icaru s father was an artist he came up with an idea to escape the island and head on to Sicily, flying And so, he went to his son and ordered him to go look for all the feathers h [...]

    22. Tom says:
      Hubert Lubert is writing a novel, but when his protagonist Icare Icarus disappears, everything goes sideways Le Vol d Icare is metafiction at its best intelligent play with the notions of author, character and fictionality, mixed up with some hilarious one liners It s all just one big game for Queneau, but there s some really nice idea s in here as well The first thing Lubert does when he notices Icare has disappeared, is accuse his friends, fellow authors, of having stolen his character A great [...]


    23. Rosa Elena says:
      The Flight of Icarus was a story that I enjoyed for many reasons, until when everything gets to sadness When I read that it was a Greek myth, I was thinking that the story was going to be awesome I felt happiness when Daedalus finally built human wings with the help of Icarus.However, every story needs to have a conflict, an OMG moment, or climax I can t describe how sad I felt when Icarus tried to fly but he fall down into the middle of the sea, because the wax melt I felt horrible, mostly beca [...]

    24. Ms. Nina says:
      The Flight of Icarus is a troubling story to me The plight of poor Icarus lingers on my nerves, making me wish he just hadn t been so boastful, hadn t flown so high My heart aches for Daedalus How awful must it be to watch your son plummet to his death I long for an alternate ending Yet, it is exactly because the myth is so disturbing that I rated it so highly It is a story that sticks It s theme encourages readers to be cautious, but most of all to be humble don t boastfully soar into that glar [...]

    25. Paola says:
      Mi riservo di cercarlo in futuro in lingua originale per apprezzarlo ancora di pi perch i giochi di parole di cui si trova qualche traccia anche nella traduzione sono sicuramente la spina dorsale dello stile del racconto, ma purtroppo molti li avr persi per strada perch non conosco cos bene il francese da poter fare una traduzione simultanea dall italiano per l intera opera Sicuramente un primo gioco di parole sta gi nel titolo con il termine involato , ma quello che mi ha fatto pi divertire que [...]

    26. Stewart says:
      Last year I enjoyed Raymond Queneau s Exercises In Style, arguably his most famous book, although as narrative goes it was rather slight, being the same story told ninety nine times in all manner of styles The title, really, is a bit of a giveaway As such it s been in my mind to read some Queneau, to experience him in control of a substantial narrative, to see how his playful style is maintained over a longer story.Read my full review here.

    27. Sebastian says:
      For me the story was well made with important features and details given by the author.This story talks about a father called Daedalus and his son Icarus that were trapped on a prison ruled by King Minos.On the attempt to esacpe the prision flying through the air,Icarus dies and Daedalus cant deal with that much pain of lossing a son,he could barely fly to land.This story catches the readers attention by wanting to know what happens next.The message the author wants to us from this story for me [...]

    28. Jecross7 says:
      The Flight of Icarus fulfilled me with joy and wonder of such achievement of accomplishing the first human flightBut later those feelings went away vanishing by the death of Icarus Such courage of risking his life to achieve it The story goes throughout the code of honor, his father named the area where he died Icaria, in honor of Icarus.This riveting and inspiring story let my brain think for a while and told me that life is too short to waste, take risks for your loved ones and live life to th [...]

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