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Uno, nessuno e centomila

4.11  ·  Rating details ·  7,788 ratings  ·  377 reviews
Da uno specchio, superficie ambigua e inquietante, emerge un giorno per Gengè un volto di sé finora ignorato: un naso inopinatamente in pendenza verso destra. Inizia qui, con una certa parentela con il protagonista del celebre romanzo di Sterne, quel Tristram Shandy dallo "sfortunato naso schiacciato", l'avventura di Vitangelo (Gengè) Moscarda, sdoppiato in un altro se ste ...more
Paperback, Oscar opere di Luigi Pirandello, 200 pages
Published 2001 by Mondadori (first published 1925)
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Sandor Enckell It's about a person realizing that none of the people in his life really know him. They have all made up a persona for him in their minds which…moreIt's about a person realizing that none of the people in his life really know him. They have all made up a persona for him in their minds which doesn't coincide with how he perceives himself. It's about how nobody sees anyone else the way that person sees themself. (less)

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Maria
Jan 05, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My son asked me what I was reading and for a second I did not know how to answer. I only said:
- One, no one, and one hundred thousand.
- What do you mean?
- Well you're one, right?
- Yes.
- And for me you are my son, to Anna you're her biggest brother, to grandmother you are her grandson, for the teacher you are "Peter, that boy who disturbs the class", to Victor you are his friend, for each person you're someone-else.
- (smiling) Yes.
- But for you? Who are you to you? None of those, right? Each sees
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Glenn Russell
Jul 31, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition


Luigi Pirandello (1867 - 1936) – Nobel Prize winning Italian playwright, novelist, poet and short story writer, perhaps best known for such outstanding plays as Six Characters in Search of an Author.

“One, No One, and One Hundred Thousand” is so well-constructed, each section flowing smoothly into the next, it’s as if the author penned all one-hundred-sixty pages in a single, uninterrupted creative burst. Remarkably, it’s just the opposite: Luigi Pirandello worked on this short novel on and off o
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Mutasim Billah
Aug 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: italy
“The capacity for deluding ourselves that today's reality is the only true one, on the one hand, sustains us, but on the other, it plunges us into an endless void, because today's reality is destined to prove delusion for us tomorrow; and life doesn't conclude. It can't conclude. Tomorrow if it concludes, it's finished.”


Let me go way back, some 8 years or whereabouts in the past. A younger Mutasim Billah is in a classroom where his English teacher is giving a valuable lesson in creative writin
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Nikos Tsentemeidis
"Διότι πρέπει να σταματήσετε στιγμιαία μέσα σας τη ζωή, για να δείτε τον εαυτό σας. Όπως μπροστά από μια φωτογραφική μηχανή. Εσείς προσποιείστε. Και με το να προσποιείστε είναι σαν να γίνεστε άγαλμα για μια στιγμή. Η ζωή κινείται συνεχώς και δεν μπορείτε ποτέ να δείτε πραγματικά τον ίδιο σας τον εαυτό."

Πιραντέλλο: ο Ιταλός Ντοστογιέφσκι !!!
Daniel Gamboa
Feb 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is one of those books that blows you away. Why? Well, Mr. Pirandello's novel is one of those that will make you doubt about who you are for years. This is the book I would pick up if I were asked to choose the one novel which has taught me the most about life.

This novel is not an easy read. However, whenever you find yourself not understanding, there will be something further ahead telling you that you are on the right track. Only by deconstructing yourself, you will be able to open your m
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Nour Allam
كتابي ال (100) لعام 2018.

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عندما تظل طوال حياتك مخدوعاً من الجميع... حتى من نفسك! عندما تكتشف أن لا أحد يعرفك حقاً، كلٌّ منهم يراك كما يريد لا كما أنت فعلاً. عندما تضيع في متاهات روحك ولا تستطيع الخروج... عندما تبحث عن ذاتك الحقيقية وتحاول أن تريها للآخرين فلا تفلح! عندما ينهار كلّ شيء من حولك بسبب موقف واحد وكلمة صغيرة: ماذا ستفعل؟؟؟؟

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🌟🌟🌟 3 نجوم، النصف الأول أجمل بكثير من النصف الثاني... العنوان جذاب جداً والغلاف رائع😍😍😍
Araz Goran
" لم أعرف نفسي على الإطلاق، لم يكن لدي أي تصور خاص عن حقيقة نفسي، كنت في حالة من الوهم المتواصل، أكاد أكون مُنساباً، مرناً، الآخرون عرفوني، كلٌ على طريقته، وفقاً للحقيقة التي أسبغوها علي.. "



بيراندللو عبقري للغاية لم أتوقع أن أقرأ له شيئاً كهذا، خاصة كأدباء إيطاليا الذين يتسمون بالبساطة والسحر وأسلوب السهل الممتنع والبعد عن التفلسف بشكل عام..

ما كتبه بيراندللو هنا مدهش وغير قابل للإستوعاب حتى، غامض، مُربك، بالكاد تمكنتُ من لملمة بعض أفكار هذا الإيطالي المجنون وكأنني أجمع حطباً من غابة لانهائية، بي
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Andrei Tamaş
Dec 08, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Lectură cu un uşor iz de filosofie existenţialistă, "Unul, nici unul şi o sută de mii" prezintă natura multiplă a fiinţei umane, natură dată de raportul acesteia cu oamenii din jur: eu mă înfăţişez într-un fel în ochii lui X, însă în alt fel în ochii lui Y (iar asta nu depinde exclusiv de mine, ci şi de ei). Se regăseşte, de asemenea, lupta naturii fizice (a trupului) cu eul (sufletul), ca şi cum trupul ar fi un concept eterogen faţă de suflet. Încercând să se debaraseze de propria-i percepţie a ...more
Pat
May 12, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: classici, italia
“Non conosceva nulla, né si conosceva; viveva per vivere, e non sapeva di vivere; gli batteva il cuore, e non lo sapeva; respirava, e non lo sapeva; moveva le pàlpebre, e non se n’accorgeva.”

Pirandello inizia a lavorare a Uno nessuno centomila nel 1909. La prima puntata dell’opera uscirà nel 1925 sulla “Fiera letteraria”.

Il dramma di Vitangelo Moscarda comincia quando la moglie fa una considerazione sulla piccola imperfezione del suo naso. Davanti all’immagine riflessa personalità e realtà si fr
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Sara
Feb 01, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018, let-my-heart-go
"Credete pure che, se qualche dispiacere ha potuto recarvi l'esperienza or ora fatta, quest'è niente, mio caro, perché voi non siete due soltanto, ma chi sa quanti, senza saperlo, e credendovi sempre uno".
Questo è il succo, in realtà. Questo e molto di più.

Ho adorato la prima metà del libro, una bella chiacchierata con qualcuno che ha fatto una scoperta esilarante (per me), una chiacchierata fra amici sulla percezione di noi stessi e degli altri.
Una chiacchierata che finisce con me che non posso
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Gorkem
Jun 08, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Kitabın konusu, her ne kadar çok basit fiziksel kusurların insanın kendi bilincinde yol açtığı sorunları bireyden hareketle birden farklı bakış açısıyla baksa da, kitabın anlatımını bayık buldum. Sanırım bunun altında monolog anlatımları ve teatral anlatımları Zamanında çok okumamın etkisi vardı.

Beklenti olarak farklı bir mizah ve absürd anlatım beklentisiyle okumaya başlamam beğenmemem de çok etkili oldu. Bunun yanında, kitabın gittikçe kişisel gelişim ve Osho tarzı sevgi içimizde tarzında bir
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Dagio_maya
Jan 30, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: italiana, classica
“La vita si muove di continuo, e non può mai veramente vedere se stessa.”

Sono sicura che molti, come me, abbiano esperimentato un certo stupore nell’ascoltare la propria voce registrata.
«Ma è proprio così la mia voce?» è l’inevitabile domanda che faremo a chi è presente.
Io ho fatto un esperimento da cui ho ricavato ben tre risposte differenti:
un secco «Si!», un laconico «No…», un ruffiano «Beh, la tua voce è più dolce…».

La realtà, come ci racconta Pirandello, è una per noi stessi ma nel mom
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K.D. Absolutely
Jun 01, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to K.D. by: 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die (2006-2012); Nobel Prize for Literature
This philosophical book was first published in 1926 and was written by Italian novelist Luigi Pirandello (1867-1936). Pirandello won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1934 ""for his bold and ingenious revival of dramatic and scenic art."

The story is about a man Vitangelo Moscarda who one day, was told my his wife that his nose leans to the right. Moscarda does not notice it before as he thinks that his nose was straight (this image of himself seems to be what "one" means in the title). However,
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Davide
Dec 30, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
[1988]
Partendo da una interessantissima osservazione, cioè che noi siamo diversi per qualunque persona che ci è vicina, Pirandello costruisce una storia di un uomo che tenta di distruggere le immagini che gli altri hanno di lui e viene creduto pazzo. Forse la dimensione di romanzo è troppo ampia per questa narrazione che rischia di diventare noiosa, con troppe ripetizioni; ma Pirandello riesce comunque a mantenere il ritmo fino alla fine.
Konstantina August
Ένας: Αυτός που νομίζεις εσύ για τον εαυτό σου πως είσαι.

Εκατό χιλιάδες: Αυτοί οι εκατό χιλιάδες (+) που είσαι για τους ανθρώπους γύρω σου, γιατί για τον καθένα είσαι και ένας άλλος.

Κανένας: Δεν είσαι τίποτα, δεν ήσουνα ποτέ, που λέει και η λαίδη. Γιατί δεν σε καθορίζει μια στιγμή, μια πράξη, ούτε καν μια περίοδος της ζωής σου. Κάθε δευτερόλεπτο αλλάζεις. Είσαι μια κατασκευή που δεν παύει ποτέ να μεταλάσσεται μέσα στο χρόνο.

Αναμφισβήτητα, πολύ ενδιαφέρουσα η οπτική του Πιραντέλλο πάνω στη θεματ
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Chrissie
Vitangelo Moscarda is the central character of this story. He is Italian, married and twenty-eight. He has no kids. Nobody disputes these facts. Everything else about his personality--his goals, motivations and manner of being—may be and is up for debate!

The book is a novel but reads as a philosophical treatise. Its theme is who we really are. Are we most accurately how we view ourselves or how others view us? Can an accurate representation be drawn by any? A quick glance in a mirror shows one
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Anabela Mestre
Oct 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Este livro, foi o último escrito por Luigi Pirandello, antes de morrer. O autor foi Prémio Nobel da Literatura em 1934, e embora de diga que tem uma vasta obra, é o primeiro livro que leio dele.
Tudo começa, com um simples comentário da mulher de Vitangelo Moscarda, pois bem, ela aponta-lhe um defeito no nariz, que este estará inclinado para a direita. A partir daí Vitangelo entra numa espiral que o leva até à loucura. Entra num monólogo, em que as premissas são:
Quem serei eu para mim? Quem serei
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عبدالرحمن عقاب
عنوانٌ مثيرٌ ولافت. واسم كاتبٍ غريب لا أعرفه. و دار نشرٍ قيّمة الكتب، مميّزةَ الانتاج. يكفي ذلك لإغرائي بتناول الكتاب وتصفّحه.
لكنّ معلومة أنّ الكاتب حاصلٌ على جائزة نوبل في الآداب، تُعطي للكتاب ثقلاً، وأمّا أن يكون قد كتبه في 35 عامًا! فتلك الضربة "التسويقية" القاضية.
الفكرة التي يقوم عليها هذا العمل فكرةٌ بديعة لطالما فكّرتُ بها وأثارت تأمّلاتي منذ زمنٍ بعيد، ومطلع روائيٌ ساحر وذكي. لكنّ الكاتب للأسف أضاع عُمق الفكرة وجمال البداية بالثرثرة والمراوحة في المكان. فلا أشبع الفكرة بحثًا وتوّسعًا، و
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qwerty
Jan 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Είναι πολύ εντυπωσιακό το πώς μια ματιά στον καθρέφτη και η ανακάλυψη ενός ψεγαδιού, στη μύτη(αν θυμάμαι καλά γιατί το εχω διαβάσει εδώ και καιρό) κατάφερε να οδηγήσει σε όλη αυτή την παράδοξη ιστορία. Δεν ήταν το πιο ενδιαφέρον μυθιστόρημα που έχω διαβάσει, ούτε και ιδιαίτερος ο τρόπος γραφής. Αυτό που μου άρεσε σε αυτή την ιστορία είναι το πόσο μου άλλαξε τον τρόπο σκέψης μου. Ήταν ένα βιβλίο που μου έμεινε επειδή με οδήγησε σε μονοπάτια, τα οποία το δικό μου μυαλό δεν είχε ξανά διαβεί. Η επιφ ...more
Marco Tamborrino
Aug 29, 2012 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Quel lontano giorno futuro in cui cambieranno le antologie scolastiche togliendo tutte le inutili decine di pagine di pippe mentali pirandelliane per sostituirle con storie ricche di sentimento.

A me ha fatto cagare. Punto. Prendetelo per un parere soggettivo. Il fu Mattia Pascal mi era piaciuto. Questo no, non l'ho retto. Mi è sembrato una puttanata. Ripetere per 200 pagine un concetto interessante che si poteva esprimere in due. Grazie, ma no. Qui non c'è storia. Alla faccia del romanzo. È un
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Antonella
Possiamo conoscere soltanto quello a cui riusciamo a dar forma.

Ah, se la moglie non gli avesse fatto notare come il suo naso pendesse lievemente da una parte, il signor Vitangelo Moscarda non avrebbe dato vita ad un fiume, anzi un vortice di domande, di ipotesi, di ragionamenti e di riflessioni che rasenta l’assurdo, che sfiora la follia.

In tutto questo devo riconoscere la maestria di Pirandello, quella capace di farci guardare dentro e cercare di capire, non solo come ci vediamo noi, ma (cosa a
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Acrasia
Nov 04, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Incredibile e impressionante quanto sia vero che gli altri ci vedono in centomila sfaccettature diverse.
E noi che crediamo di essere così, come siamo. Ma come siamo?
Mi ha fatto riflettere sul modo in cui a volte giudichiamo senza conoscere e viceversa ci sentiamo giudicati.

Per la prima volta ho sperimentato l'audiolibro, che si presta bene ad un testo del genere costituito per lo più da monologhi, senza troppi dialoghi.
Altay
Yol haritası ya da ne adlandirirsaniz artık. Okumaktan büyük keyif aldığım. Yaşadığım sürece tekrar tekrar okuyacağım kitaplardan biri oldu.
Aynaya bakınca düşündüren kitap.
Nancy Oakes
First, I have to thank Eva at Spurl Editions for my copy of this book. I bought a copy many years ago, shelved it, and forgot about it. Now, after finally reading it, it's become a book that is so disturbing (and so well done) that it will probably never get out from underneath my skin. I loved every second of it.

Just briefly, One, No One, and One Hundred Thousand is a novel which, in the author's words, "deals with the disintegration of the personality. " It is a very dark read, in which a man
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Sofia
May 22, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
 

Μου είναι πραγματικά πολύ δύσκολο να γράψω το οτιδήποτε για το συγκεκριμένο βιβλίο, κυρίως γιατί μου προκάλεσε τόσο αντιφατικά συναισθήματα. Κεντρικό πρόσωπο της ιστορίας είναι ο Μοσκάρντα ο οποίος μία ωραία πρωία, από ένα φαινομενικά αδιάφορο γεγονός, συνειδητοποιεί ότι η εικόνα που έχει για τον εαυτό του είναι εντελώς διαφορετική από την εικόνα που έχει η γυναίκα του και όλοι οι άλλοι για εκείνον. Στην αρχή λέγοντας εικόνα εννοεί κυριολεκτικά την φυσική του υπόσταση. Σταδιακά επεκτείνει τον σ
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Arybo ✨
L'eternità s'è sprofondata per me, non tra questi cinque anni solamente, ma tra un minuto e l'altro. E il mondo in cui vivevo allora mi pare più lontano della più lontana stella del cielo. ✨
Didem Gürpınar
Aug 02, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Kitabın konusu ve vermiş olduğu fikir çok etkileyici. İnsanı düşünmeye sevk ediyor. Gerçekten olabilir diyorsun. Bir ben yok ki bu dünyada. Tam bir içsel yolculuk aslında. Yanlız itiraf etmeliyim, aralardaki bazı hikaye kısımlarında kaybolduğumu hissettim.

Son olarak beni en çok etkileyen iki cümleye yer vermek istiyorum.

Kendinizi daima tekbir kişi olduğunuza inandıradurun aslında yanlızca iki de değil kimbilir kaç kişi olduğunuzun bilincinde değildiniz. (S123)

İntiharı düşünen birisi neden kend
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Elis
Jul 26, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Non è altro che questo, epigrafe funeraria, un nome. Conviene ai morti. A chi ha concluso. Io sono vivo e non concludo. La vita non conclude. E non sa di nomi, la vita. Quest'albero, respiro trèmulo di foglie nuove. Sono quest'albero. Albero, nuvola, domani libro o vento: il libro che leggo, il vento che bevo. Tutto fuori, vagabondo. [...] Io esco ogni mattina, all'alba, perché ora voglio serbare lo spirito così, fresco d'alba, con tutte le cose come appena si scoprono, che sanno ancora del cr ...more
Carmo
Feb 17, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: italia, bib-p
Uma simples observação sobre o seu nariz, foi o suficiente para conduzir um homem ao descalabro total.
A loucura insinuou-se a partir do momento em que percebeu que a imagem que tinha de si próprio não correspondia àquela que os outros tinham dele. O que nos leva a pensar, que também nós - qualquer um de nós - já terá tido essa percepção. A ideia que temos de nós, o que cada um dos outros vê em nós, a interpretação que cada pessoa faz do que dizemos ou fazemos, cria uma multiplicidade de "eus" q
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Luigi Pirandello; Agrigento 28 June 1867 – Rome 10 December 1936) was an Italian dramatist, novelist, poet, and short story writer whose greatest contributions were his plays.
He was awarded the 1934 Nobel Prize in Literature for "his almost magical power to turn psychological analysis into good theatre.
Pirandello's works include novels, hundreds of short stories, and about 40 plays, some of whic
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“No name. No memory today of yesterday’s name; of today’s name, tomorrow. If the name is the thing; if a name in us is the concept of every thing placed outside of us; and without a name you don’t have the concept, and the thing remains in us as if blind, indistinct and undefined: well then, let each carve this name that I bore among men, a funeral epigraph, on the brow of that image in which I appeared to him, and then leave it in peace, and let there be no more talk about it. It is fitting for the dead. For those who have concluded. I am alive and I do not conclude. Life does not conclude. And life knows nothing of names. This tree, tremulous pulse of new leaves. I am this tree. Tree, cloud; tomorrow book or wind: the book I read, the wind I drink. All outside, wandering.” 49 likes
“The capacity for deluding ourselves that today's reality is the only true one, on the one hand, sustains us, but on the other, it plunges us into an endless void, because today's reality is destined to prove delusion for us tomorrow; and life doesn't conclude. It can't conclude. Tomorrow if it concludes, it's finished.” 18 likes
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