کتاب مردم عادی نوشته سالی رونی – Normal People by Sally Rooney

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معرفی و دانلود کتاب مردم عادی نوشته سالی رونی-Normal People by Sally Rooney

نویسنده:

Sally Rooney        سالی رونی

انتشارات:

فیبر و فیبر        Faber and Faber

 

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کسب عنوان «بهترین رمان» در جوایز کتاب کاستا ۲۰۱۸

برنده ی جایزه ی من بوکر ۲۰۱۸

برنده جایزه واتراستون برای کتاب سال ۲۰۱۹

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معرفی و دانلود کتاب مردم عادی- Normal People by Sally Rooney

درباره کتاب مردم عادی نوشته سالی رونی:

این کتاب، دوستی و روابط پیچیده دو نوجوان به نام های کانل و ماریان را دنبال می کند که هر دو در یک مدرسه متوسطه در شهرستان اسلیگو تحصیل می کنند. کانل، ستاره فوتبال م درسه، پسری بسیار محبوب و اجتماعی و از خانواده ای متوسط ولی ماریان دختری از قشر مرفه، بسیار کم رو و تا حدی گوشه گیر است ، مادر ماریان، مادر کانل را به عنوان نظافتچی استخدام می کند و کانل از خجالت، این ماجرا را از دوستان مدرسه مخفی نگه می دارد. به دلیل رفتار نامناسب کانل رابطه‌شان به هم می‌خورد و بعد‌تر در کالج باز با هم روبه‌رو می‌شوند و حالا همه‌چیز برعکس شده است؛ کانل تبدیل به پسری منزوی و مضطرب شده و برای اولین بار در زندگی خود تلاش می کند تا به درستی بین افراد جا بیفتد، در مقابل ماریان تبدیل به دختری محبوب، اجتماعی و زیبا شده است. این دو نفر، در طول سال های دانشگاه خود، مدام به یکدیگر جذب و از یکدیگر دفع می‌شوند. کانل نمی داند که آیا ماریان لیاقتِ او را دارد یا نه ، در حالی که ماریان حاضر است هر کاری برای کانل انجام دهد.

در آوریل ۲۰۲۰، یک سریال تلویزیونی درام ایرلندی، برگرفته از این کتاب منتشر شد که مورد تحسین زیادی قرار گرفت و در هفتاد و دومین دوره جایزه امی در چهار بخش نامزد شد.

توضیحات نسخه انگلیسی کتاب مردم عادی نوشته سالی رونی:

Normal People by Sally Rooney

At school Connell and Marianne pretend not to know each other. He’s popular and well-adjusted, star of the school soccer team while she is lonely, proud, and intensely private. But when Connell comes to pick his mother up from her housekeeping job at Marianne’s house, a strange and indelible connection grows between the two teenagers – one they are determined to conceal.

A year later, they’re both studying at Trinity College in Dublin. Marianne has found her feet in a new social world while Connell hangs at the sidelines, shy and uncertain. Throughout their years in college, Marianne and Connell circle one another, straying toward other people and possibilities but always magnetically, irresistibly drawn back together. Then, as she veers into self-destruction and he begins to search for meaning elsewhere, each must confront how far they are willing to go to save the other.

Sally Rooney brings her brilliant psychological acuity and perfectly spare prose to a story that explores the subtleties of class, the electricity of first love, and the complex entanglements of family and friendship.

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Normal People Quotes

“Marianne had the sense that her real life was happening somewhere very far away, happening without her, and she didn’t know if she would ever find out where it was or become part of it.”


“It was culture as class performance, literature fetishised for its ability to take educated people on false emotional journeys, so that they might afterwards feel superior to the uneducated people whose emotional journeys they liked to read about.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“I’ m not a religious person but I do sometimes think God made you for me.”


“No one can be independent of other people completely, so why not give up the attempt, she thought, go running in the other direction, depend on people for everything, allow them to depend on you, why not.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“She closes her eyes. He probably won’t come back, she thinks. Or he will, differently. What they have now they can never have back again. But for her the pain of loneliness will be nothing to the pain that she used to feel, of being unworthy. He brought her goodness like a gift and now it belongs to her. Meanwhile his life opens out before him in all directions at once. They’ve done a lot of good for each other. Really, she thinks, really. People can really change one another.
You should go, she says. I’ll always be here. You know that.”

“Generally I find men are a lot more concerned with limiting the freedoms of women than exercising personal freedom for themselves.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“Life offers up these moments of joy despite everything,”


“Most people go through their whole lives, without ever really feeling that close with anyone.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“Life is the thing you bring with you inside your own head.”


“She believes Marianne lacks ‘warmth’, by which she means the ability to beg for love from people who hate her.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“Her eyes fill up with tears again and she closes them. Even in memory she will find this moment unbearably intense, and she’s aware of this now, while it’s happening. She has never believed herself fit to be loved by any person. But now she has a new life, of which this is the first moment, and even after many years have passed she will still think: Yes, that was it, the beginning of my life.”


“It’s funny the decisions you make because you like someone, he says, and then your whole life is different. I think we’re at that weird age where life can change a lot from small decisions.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“Not for the first time Marianne thinks cruelty does not only hurt the victim, but the perpetrator also, and maybe more deeply and more permanently.”


“If people appeared to behave pointlessly in grief, it was only because human life was pointless, and this was the truth that grief revealed.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“All these years, they’ve been like two little plants sharing the same plot of soil, growing around one another, contorting to make room, taking certain unlikely positions.”


“Not for the first time Marianne thinks cruelty does not only hurt the victim, but the perpetrator also, and maybe more deeply and more permanently. You learn nothing very profound about yourself simply by being bullied; but by bullying someone else you learn something you can never forget.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“It feels powerful to him to put an experience down in words, like he’s trapping it in a jar and it can never fully leave him.”


“Marianne, he said, I’m not a religious person but I do sometimes think God made you for me.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“I don’t know what’s wrong with me, says Marianne. I don’t know why I can’t be like normal people.”


“Being alone with her is like opening a door away from normal life and then closing it behind him.”

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“People are a lot more knowable than they think they are.”


“There’s always been something inside her that men have wanted to dominate, and their desire for domination can look so much like attraction, even love.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“He knows that a lot of the literary people in college see books primarily as a way of appearing cultured, It was culture as class performance, literature fetishised for its ability to take educated people on false emotional journeys, so that they might afterwards feel superior to the uneducated people whose emotional journeys they liked to read about. Even the writer himself was a good person, and even if his book really was insightful, all books were ultimately marketed as status symbols, and all writers participated to some degree in this marketing.”


“It suggests to Connell that the same imagination he used as a reader is necessary to understand real people also, and to be intimate with them.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“Marianne wanted her life to mean something then, she wanted to stop all violence committed by the strong against the weak, and she remembered a time several years ago when she had felt so intelligent and young and powerful that she almost could have achieved such a thing, and now she knew she wasn’t at all powerful, and she would live and die in a world of extreme violence against the innocent, and at most she could only help a few people. It was so much harder to reconcile herself to the idea of helping a few, like she would rather help no one than do something so small and feeble”


“Suddenly he can spend an afternoon in Vienna looking at Vermeer’s The Art of Painting, and it’s hot outside, and if he wants he can buy himself a cheap cold glass of beer afterwards. It’s like something he assumed was just a painted backdrop all his life has revealed itself to be real: foreign cities are real, and famous artworks, and underground railway systems, and remnants of the Berlin Wall. That’s money, the substance that makes the world real. There’s something so corrupt and sexy about it.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“Still, Connell went home that night and read over some notes he had been making for a new story, and he felt the old beat of pleasure in his body, like watching a perfect goal, like the rustling movement of light through leaves, a phrase of music from the window of a passing car. Life offers up these moments of joy despite everything.”

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“Multiple times he has tried writing his thoughts about Marianne down on paper in an effort to make sense of them. He’s moved by a desire to describe in words exactly how she looks and speaks. Her hair and clothing. The copy of Swann’s Way she reads at lunchtime in the school cafeteria, with a dark French painting on the cover and a mint-coloured spine. Her long fingers turning the pages. She’s not leading the same kind of life as other people. She acts so worldly at times, making him feel ignorant, but then she can be so naive. He wants to understand how her mind works… He writes these things down, long run-on sentences with too many dependent clauses, sometimes connected with breathless semicolons, as if he wants to recreate a precise copy of Marianne in print, as if he can preserve her completely for future review.”

― Normal People by Sally Rooney


“He often makes blithe remarks about things he ‘wishes’. I wish you didn’t have to go, he says when she’s leaving, or: I wish you could stay the night. If he really wished any of those things, Marianne knows, then they would happen. Connell always gets what he wants, and then feels sorry for himself when what he wants doesn’t make him happy.”


“If he silently decides not to say something when they’re talking, Marianne will ask ‘what?’ within one or two seconds. This ‘what?’ question seems to him to contain so much: not just the forensic attentiveness to his silences that allows her to ask in the first place, but a desire for total communication, a sense that anything unsaid is an unwelcome interruption between them.”
― Normal People by Sally Rooney

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