معرفی کتاب سفری طولانی از روز به شب

اثر یوجین اونیل از انتشارات سبزان - مترجم: بیتا دارابی -برندگان جوایز ادبی

ارسال شده توسط ایران کتاب در تاریخ چهارشنبه 20 دی 1396
نمایش‌نامه‌ی سفری طولانی از روز به شب چیزی نیست جز بازتاب رنج‌های شخصی یوجین اونیل، لحظاتی که با قلم توانای او جاودانه گشته و بهای سنگینی که او بابت این زندگی پر ملال پرداخته و چنین است که برخی این اثر را وصیت‌نامه‌ی شخصی او می‌پندارند، چرا که هریک از شخصیت‌های این نمایش‌نامه که به تعبیر برخی حیات خود را از ذهن توانمند این هنرمند رنج دیده گرفته‌اند، در واقع چیزی جدای از زندگی واقعی او نیستند و چه جسارتی می‌طلبد خلق دوباره‌ی هرآن‌که رنجاند و رنجید، حتی در عالم خیال و چه حسرتی می‌افزاید تکرار لحظاتی که دیگر قابل تکرار نیست


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Everything looked and sounded unreal. Nothing was what it is. Thats what I wanted—to be alone with myself in another world where truth is untrue and life can hide from itself.

Okay, that was so good. But really depressing. Its a little difficult to read sometimes, because its so realistic and, of course, tends to be painful. This is a story of a family who slowly descends to ruin; a domestic tragedy that will truly reverberate in the hearts of the readers. Enter Mary, the mother of two sons, an innocent woman who has rheumatism, a condition that echoes the constant anxiety lingering in her heart as she worries about every little thing, especially about an event that transpired in the past, and how it ties to the present. Then theres Tyrone, the husband, a charming man who used to be an actor; a cheapskate who cant provide an actual @home@ for his family despite the fact that theyre well-off. Then their two sons: Jamie and Edmund (a 34-year-old who doesnt take life too seriously, and whom his father doesnt like all that much, and a sickly 23-year-old who resembles his mother, respectively). As Mary said:
The past is the present, isnt it? Its future, too. We all try to lie out of that but life wont let us.

Truly enough, each of their histories are pivotal in shaping the people that they eventually became. Its also a key in our better understanding of them, to see where they are coming from.
It makes it so much harder, living in this atmosphere of constant suspicion, knowing everyone is spying on me, and none of you believe in me, or trust me.

The dialogues, of course, reveal a lot about the characters, and underneath theres an underlying theme in the way they talked to each other: there’s a communication breakdown between them. Their talks are teeming with denial and an enormous fear to talk about their ordeal directly. They always go around in circles; and this cyclical pattern is recurrent in the duration of the play—the way Mary expressed her fear, and then reverting back to her defensive, illusive persona, forcibly donning a mask brimming with chips all over its edges. And then theres the idea of pinning down the blame on someone: how did this all begin? Who really is at fault? But the readers will realize that asking such questions is absurd. Theres no single person whos to blame. As I said, it all goes around in circles, and as one progresses in the story, it will be realized that they really all have a part to play, that none of them isnt guilty; that, in the end, there’s a “sin” that keeps being passed around them.



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I had to read this for my 20th Century American Drama Grad class..the play (which I also watched actors play in movies via YouTube--I especially liked the one where Jack Lennon is playing James Tyrone and Kevin Spacey is playing Jaime Tyrone) was interesting because each on the main characters comment on the others addictions but are blind of their own, until the very last act where the three men acknowledge their own issues. Mary Tyrone, the mother goes from present to past, high to low, unhappy with her life, calling her husband cheap but then complimenting him. Its not clear in the beginning of what her addiction is but to finally find out what it is, was exciting to me..the anticipation of knowing she is not fully in the present and her mind drifts but the circumstances that are revealed in pieces throughout the play. Each of the main characters (the father, the mother and two adult sons) are both complex and simple and by the end, there is a sadness to how they dont address the addictions/vices.

In class, two idiots talked about how the addictions the characters have dont equal the ones of 2013 but why would you step out of the settings in 1912 where you are disconnected from what is occurring with the characters? Another idiot wanted to argue that the alcohol consumption could simply be a way of @having a good time@ rather than a means of escaping the problems the characters each have within themselves in with each other. He is clearly mistaken because when someone is simply having a good time when one has to sneak drinks or try to break open liquor cabinets or check how much liquor was taken from a bottle behind your back. The authors family dealt with alcoholism so its safe to say that, no, the characters were not just having a good time drink. This is especially not in Jaimes case..

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*4.75

5 stars...thats kind of rare. And decently unexpected. I didnt know what I was getting into[though Blatz had called him Americas greatest playwright]. On a side note, for class, I plan to reenact the final scene, starting from Marys entrance - it should be interesting.

When I think about it, Im not altogether sure why I chose to give this five stars. A good many times, I tend to say itd be better onstage, and leave it at that. But while this would be, indeed, amazing onstage, it was also an amazing book. The language was elegant without being overly flowery; it moved at a perfect pace,and I found myself closely following along with every line. I didnt find myself identifying with any character, but at the same time, didnt find them to be the boring broken-American-dream, or pathetic alcoholics -- I saw them as people, with their own hopes and dreams and failures, each with justified reasons for their pain, each struggling and fighting his or her own demons[s]. I didnt intend to analyze it as I read, but I still saw the obvious-yet-not-too-in-your-face fog motif, and how this long day was...life, compressed into a mere ~18 hours.
It is the story that begins so happily, so content, laughter and sunshine, clarity and love and warmth and affection, a family so connected, so seemingly together...then slowly, problems surface...until things disintegrate, from day into night, from love to accusation, from joking to morbid seriousness. But through all the drama shines...a little bit of hope, a deeper understanding of one another, a foghorn blasting through...a promise of tomorrow - a better tomorrow? perhaps not - but at least another day.



مشاهده لینک اصلی
Clássico absoluto do teatro do século XX, @Jornada Para a Noite@. História de uma família desfeita, de fantasmas, de mortos-vivos que partilham a mesma casa e, em consequência, as mesmas memórias e pesadelos. As relações familiares e o conflito de gerações ganham, assim, outros contornos, várias armadilhas, e surpresas constantes.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
4.5
This play is brilliant.
I dont think Ive seen the strain, bubbling discomfort and dysfunction of family life portrayed with such intensity, realism and emotional brutality in any other play.


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