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{Read Kindle} ⚫ مونته‌ دیدیو کوه خدا è This Is A Story Told By A Boy In His Thirteenth Year, Recorded In His Secret Diary His Life Is About To Change His World, About To OpenHe Lives In Montedidio God S Mountain A Cluster Of Alleys In The Heart Of Naples He Brings A Paycheck Home Every Saturday From Mast Errico S Carpentry Workshop Where He Sweeps The Floor He Is On His Way To Becoming A Man His Boy S Voice Is Abandoning Him His Wooden Boomerang Is Neither Toy Nor Tool, But Something In Between Then There Is Maria, The Thirteen Year Old Girl Who Lives Above Him And, Like So Many Girls, Is Wiser Than He She Carries The Burden Of A Secret Life Herself She Ll Speak To Him For The First Time This Summer There Is Also His Friendship With A Cobbler Named Rafaniello, A Jewish Refugee Who Has Escaped The Horrors Of The Holocaust, Who Has No Idea How Long He S Been On This Earth, And Who Is Said To Sprout Wings For A Blessed FewIt Is , A Young Man S Summer Of Discovery A Time For A Boy With Innocent Hands And A Pure Heart To Look Beyond The Ordinary In Everyday Things To See The Far Reaching Landscape, And All Of Its Possibilities, From A Rooftop Terrace On God S Mountain Another book told in short paragraphs, but this one I did enjoy The young thirteen yr old narrator is wonderful, thinks he is already a man because he is working and helping to support his family He is such a wonderful combination of naivete and wisdom The way he sees things, the things that still confuse him and the people he enjoys Enjoyable read. Montedidio, Erri De Luca This is a story told by a boy in his thirteenth year, recorded in his secret diary His life is about to change his world, about to open He lives in Montedidio God s Mountain a cluster of alleys in the heart of Naples He brings a paycheck home every Saturday from Mast Errico s carpentry workshop where he sweeps the floor He is on his way to becoming a man his boy s voice is abandoning him His wooden boomerang is neither toy nor tool, but something in between Then t Montedidio, Erri De Luca This is a story told by a boy in his thirteenth year, recorded in his secret diary His life is about to change his world, about to open He lives in Montedidio God s Mountain a cluster of alleys in the heart of Naples He brings a paycheck home every Saturday from Mast Errico s carpentry workshop where he sweeps the floor He is on his way to becoming a man his boy s voice is abandoning him His wooden boomerang is neither toy nor tool, but something in between Then there is Maria, the thirteen year old girl who lives above him and, like so many girls, is wiser than he She carries the burden of a secret life herself She ll speak to him for the first time this summer There is also his friendship with a cobbler named Rafaniello, a Jewish refugee who has escaped the horrors of the Holocaust, who has no idea how long he s been on this earth, and who is said to sprout wings for a blessed few It is 1963, a young man s summer of discovery A time for a boy with innocent hands and a pure heart to look beyond the ordinary in everyday things to see the far reaching landscape, and all of its possibilities, from a rooftop terrace on God s Mountain 2004 1382 170 9643057046 21 I got up at 5 this morning and my first thought was not getting back to sleep but finishing the book Well I ve done that and now I have that particular feeling of ending a good book, loving the book, the people, the words and at the same time feeling a void That feeling of not wanting to leave And that is it, I do not want to leave, I want to readeventhough Erri had warned and consoled me about this right in the story itselfWhen you get homesick, it s not something missing, it s some I got up at 5 this morning and my first thought was not getting back to sleep but finishing the book Well I ve done that and now I have that particular feeling of ending a good book, loving the book, the people, the words and at the same time feeling a void That feeling of not wanting to leave And that is it, I do not want to leave, I want to readeventhough Erri had warned and consoled me about this right in the story itselfWhen you get homesick, it s not something missing, it s something present, a visit People and places from far away arrive and keep you company for a while That was a good antidote to the Vesaas the opposite of melodrama, everything described simply and directly It s also a nice antidote to the constant discourse of merit based on suffering, a whole other way of writing on the left This book is about ordinary people, their lives, their problems, the details, all described with the kind of love that you can produce when you want to be with people instead of denouncing them This book says people, their lives, their stories, are worth something, a That was a good antidote to the Vesaas the opposite of melodrama, everything described simply and directly It s also a nice antidote to the constant discourse of merit based on suffering, a whole other way of writing on the left This book is about ordinary people, their lives, their problems, the details, all described with the kind of love that you can produce when you want to be with people instead of denouncing them This book says people, their lives, their stories, are worth something, and that s why we write them and that s why we read them Suffering is, it exists, and we depict it, but it s not what makes us good or bad And it s certainly not how we earn the privilege of having our experiences treated with dignity