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Η Μόμο

4.25 of 5 stars 4.25  ·  rating details  ·  20,323 ratings  ·  857 reviews
Μια συναρπαστική παραβολή για την αεικίνητη, ανήσυχη εποχή μας, που διαδραματίζεται στη χώρα της φαντασίας. Παραμύθι και πραγματικότητα συνάμα, τωρινή και μελλοντική, γεμάτη ερωτηματικά που αντικαθρεφτίζονται στις μορφές και τα πεπρωμένα, να τι είναι η ιστορία της Μόμο. Μέσα απ' τα μάτια ενός μικρού κοριτσιού, της τρυφερής, γενναίας αλλά και αποφασιστικής Μόμο, ο κόσμος μα...more
Paperback, 15Η, 269 pages
Published February 2011 by Ψυχογιός (first published January 1973)
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Kara Maia Spencer
Aug 08, 2007 Kara Maia Spencer rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: YA & Adults
Momo is a classic story that is known as a children's book, yet I believe that adults may even glean more from its reading than younger folk. Momo is written by Michael Ende, the author who is most known in the US for having written The Neverending Story. When I was younger, and my mother ran an independent children's bookstore, she ordered a case of this book, and gave a copy to all of her friends and colleagues.

This is a modern day fairytale, about a little girl named Momo, who moves into a ru...more
Rinda Elwakil

مومو ..
القصة الغريبة حول لصوص الوقت , و حول الطفلة التي تعيد للبشر وقتهم المسروق .


يوميا - عن غير إرادة مني- أكبر أنا في السن ,و لكني و - و لم أجد لهذا سببا- مع الوقت ازداد حبا لكل ما يتعلق بعالم الطفولة لا الكبار ..
أفلامي المفضلة ل ديزني , و كتبي المفضلة هي قصص الأطفال .

أبتهجت عندما علمت أن مومو قصة مصنفة تحت بند كتب الأطفال .
ال "Fairy tales " .

و بالرغم من ذلك فقد حوت صفحاته رسائل و رسائل أضافت لي ما لم يضفه لي الكثير من أدب الراشدين و الكبار إلا ما رحم ربي .


في الزمان البعيد ..البعيد جدا .. ف
...more
Dane
Apr 20, 2007 Dane rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of lighthearted literature
Shelves: fiction-read
You cannot, repeat: cannot, go into this book with the expectations of "hard," realist fiction. Then again, if you know anything about Michael Ende (the author of the Never Ending Story), you won't.

Momo is one of those rare books that would do well in a fourth-grade classes, but is also strangely releveant to adults. The story centers around a girl named Momo who took residence in an ancient, abandoned amphitheater in an unnamed town, which is populated by a series of people who do small-town jo...more
Miriam
Our time is stolen; or perhaps more accurately we mortgage it away, thinking we're getting a bargain when in fact we're screwing ourselves over.


Mystery and Melancholy on a Street, Giorgio de Chirico
Sarah
May 09, 2007 Sarah rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Oh my... you haven't read this book? You poor dear. I suspect that the reason why this book is not read in the United States is because the grey men are working very hard to keep it off the shelves. It is moments, not time, that is precious.
Bunny
Oct 09, 2008 Bunny rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People of any age who never have time for anything
Recommended to Bunny by: Meltha
Shelves: read-in-08
Recommended to me by Meltha, one of the smartest people I know, who has a great love for most of the things I love. How could I resist?

10/9 - Why? Why isn't this required reading in schools all over the damn place? Why haven't I heard of this? Why hasn't it been made into a movie like NES?

WHY?????

::ahem::

This book is WONDERFUL! And for the first time since I started keeping my nose in a book 14 hours a day (a girl's gotta sleep), people asked what I was reading, and I had so much fun telling th...more
Harun Harahap
Pertama kali mendengar kata “Momo” adalah ketika saya berusia dibawah sepuluh tahun. Kata itu disebutkan oleh tante saya yang baru pulang dari Ambon. “Momo” yang Ia katakan berarti sebutan untuk sejenis hantu atau setan di Ambon. Sejak saat itu mengendaplah kata “Momo” di otak saya dan terasosiasikan dengan hantu. Hingga akhirnya saya mendengar “Momo’ digunakan untuk panggilan adik kecilku.

“Momo” adalah tokoh utama dari sebuah buku yang berjudul sama dengan namanya. Kelebihan dari “Momo” adalah...more
Simona Bartolotta
«Quando sei nata?»
Momo ci pensò un po' su e infine disse: «Se mi ricordo bene, ci sono sempre stata».
Riguardo un'introduzione: Se c'è una cosa che io ho amato sempre, sin da bambina, sono le storie. I miei giocattoli preferiti erano le bambole, perché le loro vite le inventavo io; mi piacevano anche i cartoni animati che davano in televisione, mini racconti di dieci minuti da divorare tra una pappetta e l'altra. Quello che amavo di più, però, erano i film d'animazione, in primis quelli della Di...more
fanny golvano
May 05, 2007 fanny golvano rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: a todo el mundo
Este libro te demuestra la complejidad de la vida a traves de las de la aparente simplicidad de un cuento de niños, es sin duda uno de mis libros favoritos, mi padre me lo leia todos los dias cuando era pequeña.

Su importancia radica en la naturalidad del la historia y la metafora que imprime , es totalmente extrapolable a la realidad actual.

Los hombres grises existen sin duda, nos absorben nuestro tiempo y nadie es consciente de esto solo los niños que todavia utilizan su imaginacion, son capace...more
Michelle
THIS is how to write a novel-length fairy tale. The characters are whole and human, the fantasy pure, and all else perfect. I must have more of Michael Ende's work.
Some stories that deal with magic don't explain anything, not even the rules by which their magic operates. Others make too many rules, turning it into a confusing science. Not so here. Like fairy tales, we are introduced to a magical object, told the rules which constrain it, but now HOW it works, and move on. The reader is not lef...more
Dan
I bought this book several months ago at a used book store, but I put off reading it because I was afraid it wouldn't live up to Michael Ende's other famous book, which also happens to be my favorite book, The Neverending Story. While Momo isn't as complex and more bluntly allegorical, it is charming and emotionally stunning. Perhaps I am more naive than most readers, but I felt myself swept up into this book's persuasive world in which children are forgetting how to play and adults only care ab...more
Anastasia
4.5/5

Questa è una storia che bisognerà raccontare ai propri figli. Primo esperimento con Michael Endel ben riuscito, La storia infinita entra ufficialmente nella lunga lista dei libri da leggere.
Il messaggio che racchiude Momo non è una scoperta per me, anzi, è un concetto ormai ben radicato nella testolina, però è stata un'avventura piacevolissima comunque. Ed è comunque un messaggio importante da trasmettere ai bambini, che sicuramente adorerebbero questa storia. Ende sicuramente è perfetto p...more
Arielle Walker
One day I want to be the concept artist on the film version. One of my favourite stories - lyrical, relevant, beautiful. Far more than a simple children's book.
Bastet
Momo, de Michael Ende, me gustó mucho cuando lo leí en la pubertad, y lo he disfrutado en la relectura. Para ser una novela destinada al público juvenil, no tiene un ápice de ñoñez, y eso se agradece. De hecho, es una novela mucho más adulta de lo que podría parecer a simple vista.
Momo es una niña vagabunda que tiene unos valores y lleva una vida que chocan con los hombres grises (a los que no he podido evitar asociar con los hombres de negro de la odiosa Troika): es independiente, domina el ar...more
Anna
A fairy tale of a novel, 'Momo' is the kind of book you can read as a child and live in another universe of childishness, or you can read it as a teenager and find it deeper than you had thought possible, or you can read it as an adult - which I will do and then see what I'll gain from it then. It is one of my all-time-favourites, not only because you can read it at whatever your age, but also because the story contains so much understanding of human beings in a

'Momo' is a story about time (and...more
Ahmad Sharabiani
ظاهرا کتاب کودک و نوجوان است، ولی انگار چنین نیست. موجودات خاکستری پوش، وقت مردمان را میدزدند و مردمان به تدریج برای همصحبتی با: دوستان، آب دادن به گلها، و قدم زدن در خیابان، دیگر وقت ندارند،... در حین خواندن کتاب شاید شما هم فکر کنید که مومو هستید، یا این که باید باشید! آنوقت برای شنیدن حرفهای دیگران، و برای خودتان هم همیشه وقت خواهید داشت. برای گلدانها و بچه ها، همیشه از اینکه دیگران این همه سرشان شلوغ است تعجب خواهید کرد، برای به رویا رفتن هم خیلی وقت خواهید داشت. خیلی... خاکستری پوشها هر چند...more
Arielle Walker
This anniversary edition is beautiful, the illustrations quirky, the shape, size, cover of the book is lovely and I like the font. I simply dont like this translation anywhere near as much as the one by J.Maxwell Brownjohn. Lucas Zwirner's words somehow lose some of the magic of the first, simplified and less lyrical. It's still a gorgeous book, but I'm happier to read my little paperback for now. Maybe I'll add this to my bookshelf one day just for the sake of having it there.

It really makes yo...more
Franco Vite
Con Ende si entra in quella situazione per cui un grandissimo scrittore - ripeto, un grandissimo scrittore - rimane ai margini della "critica" (sempre che questo sia un male...), per il banalissimo e cretinissimo motivo che scrive romanzi e racconti per ragazzi. O almeno, perché i suoi romanzi e racconti sono etichettati in quel modo.

Ende - a mio avviso - scrive romanzi e racconti bellissimi - tragici, tremendi, crudeli, illuminanti, toccanti, intelligenti, deliziosi, sensibili, divertenti - che

...more
Quang Nhật
Aug 26, 2012 Quang Nhật rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Quang Nhật by: nhím
Cuốn sách này có lẽ không phải dành cho thiếu nhi tự đọc, mà dành cho người lớn vào những giây phút đọc cho con, cho cháu họ nghe, và lúc đó, họ cũng đang đọc cho cả chính họ nữa.
Bởi vì, cuốn sách này mang đến bài học về ý nghĩa của thời gian, để cho ai đó đừng vì đánh đổi điều gì trong đời mà phải sống, phải làm việc quá vội vàng, và cũng đừng để thời gian chết bị kẹt ở một két sắt nào cả.

Với tôi, trong truyện này, tội nhất vẫn là những đứa nhỏ phải sống quen với kiểu bù đắp bằng vật chất cha m...more
Agustín Fest
En la última relectura de Momo, la vi distinta. Es la primera vez que noto la incomodidad de darle "estrellas" a los libros. Con un libro, y en el momento indicado, cinco estrellas pasa fácil. Un libro, y en un mal momento, una estrella también es fácil. No quería calificar a Momo con cuatro estrellas, pero tres me parecían insuficientes y definitivamente, aún con lo mucho que quiero a Ende y sus historias, me es imposible darle cinco (¿y debería, siquiera, calificar con estrellas un libro?).

La...more
Ary Nilandari
Ada teka-teki bagus dari buku ini (h.138) untuk membuka review-ku:

All dwelling in one house are strange brothers three,
as unlike as any three brothers could be,
yet try as you may to tell brother from brother,
you'll find that the trio resemble each other.
The first isn't there, though he'll come beyond doubt.
The second's departed, so he's not about.
The third and the smallest is right on the spot,
And manage without him the others could not.
Yet the third factor with which to be reckoned
Because the f...more
Jokolz Ishida
¡Oh por Dios! Reí, me deprimí, redescubrí el sentido de la vida y lloré... ahh cómo lloré, para el final volver a sonreír como una tonta.
Es un libro que TODO el mundo debería leer, es una historia tan realista como fantástica que no solo te entretiene, te explica el mundo y como saber utilizar tu vida, que a final de cuentas, es lo único que realmente tienes. Si en algún momento te has preguntado ¿qué estoy haciendo con mi vida? deberías darte un par de horas para leer este libro, Momo es increí...more
Antonio
"Momo" es una obra del escritor Michael Ende, conocido por su gran novela "La historia interminable". Este libro tiene poco que envidiar a la historia interminable, pues es un libro infantil, mágico, lleno de aventuras, y de metáforas al igual que su hermanito.
Cargado de magia y de sentimentalismo, el libro nos hace cuestionarnos qué hacemos con nuestro tiempo, y cómo lo empleamos. Con toques absurdos y subrealista la historia nos presenta a Momo, una niña Vagabunda, que es alimentada, criada, y...more
Arghavan
Sep 29, 2013 Arghavan rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: همــه
Recommended to Arghavan by: Masoomeh Tavakoli
فوق‌العاده بود آقا اصن این. رابطه‌ی عاطفی پیدا کردم باهاش. و شخصاً بخش‌های اول و دوم رو بیشتر از سومی دوست داشتم.
خیلی من با این قضایای زمان و اینا درگیرم. یعنی دو چیزی که هیـچ‌وقت نمی‌تونم درک‌شون کنم و همیشه درگیرم باهاشون، زمان ه و ابعادِ یونیورس. بعد این انقـدر خوب درباره‌ی زمان حرف می‌زد که. 8-> بعد فکر کنید که این حرف‌های خوب، توی بخش اوّل کتاب با قصّه‌های جی‌جی‌راهنما -که تخیلِ خالص ه، که دوست‌داشتنی‌ترین چیزِ دنیاست- ترکیب شده و توی بخشِ دوّم با حرف‌های اون آقای استاد زمان و بپوی رفتگر...more
e.c.h.a
kisah ajaib mengenai gerombolan pencuri waktu dan seorang anak kecil, yang mengembalikan waktu yang hilang dicuri kepada umat manusia

Dongeng yg bukan sekedar dongeng karena kejadiannya terjadi di masa sekarang. Gara2 baca ini gw jd mikir, apa benar kita menganggap waktu suatu yg lumrah? Yg mungkin tanpa kita sadari kita seperti meremehkan waktu. Selain itu kisah ini seperti cerminan kehidupan sosial di masa kini, di mana kebersamaan, kehangatan dan rasa menghargai tidak lagi menghiasi hati seti...more
Bookmaniac70
Обичам Михаел Енде, който говори на децата за най-съкровените неща без снизхождение, с красив и точен език. Книги, писани с любов и дълбоко познаване на живота!
Uci
What can I say about this book? It is a fantasy in a land far far away, but the story is somewhat depressing rather than soothing. Momo, a little girl, has to fight against a group of horrible "gray men", whose job is stealing people's time as much as they can because if they failed, they will vanished. As a result, people don't want to waste their time for 'unimportant' matters such as playing with their kids because if they do, they will run out of time and die. What a fantastic story!
Hanna
A classic 1970s children's book with a message that is even more relevant today than in the 1970s when it was first published.

Plot: Mysterious but amazing little Momo has the ability to touch people and heal hearts wherever she goes. People open up to her and tell her things they don't normally discuss.

Where does this lonely girl come from, and why does she live alone in the old Roman amfi-theatre outside a city in Italy?

The book focusses on what happens when people forget about their friends...more
Rachel Jung
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Jenny
Momo is a wonderful book and I have no idea why I never read it before. I knew it's on my Mom's bookshelf and she always said it's a nice book, but somehow it took me so long to give it a go. Well..finally I did and it's magic started rubbing off on me.

Momo is a little girl who lives alone in a ruin of a amphiteather. She lives in poverty but most importantly she has good friends to spend her time with and enjoys live. Things change when the "gray men" are coming to town to steal the time of peo...more
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Michael Andreas Helmuth Ende was a German writer of fantasy and children's literature. He was the son of the surrealist painter Edgar Ende. He died in Stuttgart (Germany) of stomach cancer.

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“People never seemed to notice that, by saving time, they were losing something else. No one cared to admit that life was becoming ever poorer, bleaker and more monotonous. The ones who felt this most keenly were the children, because no one had time for them any more. But time is life itself, and life resides in the human heart. And the more people saved, the less they had.” 113 likes
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