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Innsirkling Omtale fra Den Norske BokdatabasenDavid har mista hukommelsen og i ei avisannonse med foto blir venner og kjende oppfordra til skrive brev til han for hjelpe han med finne tilbake identiteten sin For

  • Title: Innsirkling
  • Author: Carl Frode Tiller
  • ISBN: 9788252567991
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Omtale fra Den Norske BokdatabasenDavid har mista hukommelsen, og i ei avisannonse med foto blir venner og kjende oppfordra til skrive brev til han for hjelpe han med finne tilbake identiteten sin Forteljingane handlar om avgjerande val, feilsl tte ambisjonar og lengslar Innsirkling 2 2010 er ei fortsetting av historia om David.Omtale fra forlagetDavid.kan ikkjeOmtale fra Den Norske BokdatabasenDavid har mista hukommelsen, og i ei avisannonse med foto blir venner og kjende oppfordra til skrive brev til han for hjelpe han med finne tilbake identiteten sin Forteljingane handlar om avgjerande val, feilsl tte ambisjonar og lengslar Innsirkling 2 2010 er ei fortsetting av historia om David.Omtale fra forlagetDavid.kan ikkje minnast kven han er Ein annonse i avisa oppmodar n re og kjende til skrive brev til ham, slik at han kan byrje hugse Til saman dannar breva eit flettverk av tekstar der biografien til David, avsendarane, og andre menneske, blir omskrevne og sette p spill Brevart forfatta i 2006, men krinsar om fortida Slik kjem falske von til synes ungdomsdraumar, kunstnarambisjonar og planar for framtida Det handlar om korleis det gjekk med ein generasjon nordmenn, kj nnsroller og statusjakt, identitet og sp rsm let Kva er eit liv, korleis skipast ei livssoge under p verknad av andre si historie Dette er den tredje boka.til Carl Frode Tiller og kan hende hans fremste Som alltid er forfattaren ikkje minst god p sm flater det s re mellommenneskelege spelet, samtalen som blir til krangel, det d rlege samvitet som kjem n r ein vil godt, men ikkje gjer det.

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    1. Carl Frode Tiller

      Carl Frode Tiller is a author, historian and musician His works are in Nynorsk lit New Norwegian , one of the two official Norwegian standard languages Tiller debuted in 2001 with the novel Skr ninga Downward Slope , which was recognized as the best initial work of the year with the Tarjei Vesaas Debute Prize Downward Slope was nominated for the Brageprisen the Brage Prize is a juried award In November 2007 Tiller was awarded the Brageprisen for his novel Innsirkling Encirclement In the fall of 2007 Innsirkling received the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature and was nominated for the premiere Scandinavian literature prize, the Nordic Council s Literature Prize.

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    1. Fascinating concept for a novel, the first of a trilogy: the lead, David suffers from total amnesia, and his doctors ask various people in his life to write him about their experiences with him. It's wonderful watching David's (strange) character be assembled Rashomon style from the three narrators' letters, since the voices are so different, brilliantly embodied by Tiller's flexible use of first person. The breakthrough here, I think, is that there are really SIX voices here, three reliable, th [...]


    2. Carl Frode Tiller is a well-known Norwegian writer. Encircling is the first volume of a trilogy, published in Norway in 2007, and translated by Barbara Haveland for English publication in 2016. Tiller won the European Prize in Literature for this work.Most of the book takes place in Namsos, Norway, a small town often referred to as a "backwater." The center around which the narrative flows is David Hugsar, a man who never appears in the book. David has lost his memory, and his psychiatrist has p [...]


    3. You know what it's like to be in the room when a married couple -- most likely your parents -- argues on and on and on about the most inane minutiae? There's a bit of that in play in this book and boy, howdy, does it take its toll as the book drags on.The concept is promising, anyway. Guy loses his memory. Three different people answer the call to write letters with common memories in hopes that these will provide the "nudge" needed to bring it all back. Amnesia is such a mysterious thing, after [...]


    4. The underlying premise of this first book, in the trilogy, is excellent. Ostensibly amnesia leads to various 'witnesses' to give their personal account of David's life as a young man. What is factual and what is embellished does not get revealed by the end of this book one.Jon, Arvid and Silje are the primary narrators, each given a turn to recall families and events from a particular time.Jon is particularly well drawn, with numerous phobias, secrets, anxieties. Silje's perplexing dialogue with [...]


    5. I find myself completely conflicted regarding how I feel about this first instalment of the Encircling trilogy. It’s a fantastic premise for a story. David is a man apparently suffering from amnesia. His doctor's ask that people who know him write down their memories of him with the idea that these will help him regain his memory. What we then get is three people recording their memories of David, one at at time, with the letters they write mixed together with their own personal life. It rapid [...]


    6. From my USA Today review*Traditional genre novels are so often about the moments when love, no matter how profound, isn’t enough to keep us safe. This Norwegian novel, the first in a trilogy that has drawn wide acclaim in Europe, is a beautiful meditation on the subtler ways we fail each other, our quieter forms of grief. It begins with a failing rocker, Jon, bolting from the band that looks like his last chance, and then composing a letter to the companion of his adolescent years, David. Why [...]


    7. An incredibly well written novel that made me question everything-identity, memory, truth. It sounds heavy, but it is so well written I didn't get bogged down. Great discussion in my book club about this one. We can't wait for the second book to be published in English!


    8. One of the most astonishing novels I've read in a while. The conceit alone is brilliant (a guy loses all memory of who he is, so those who have known him write letters to him to tell him who he is), but the execution was breathtaking. And up unto the penultimate paragraph, I had no idea how he was going to pull it all together. But like Alice Munro in her best stories, he pulled it together in that last paragraph in a way that was surprising yet inevitable.


    9. Dere ga meg altfor høye forventinger folkenz. Men likte den likevel ganske godt. Jeg kunne ønske jeg kjente David og hadde min egne lille oppfatning av han.



    10. Mithilfe von Briefen von seinen Freunden und seinem Vater, soll es David wieder gelingen sein verlorenes Gedächtnis zurückzugewinnen. In diesen Briefen schreiben seine Angehörigen über die schönen und weniger schönen Momente seines Lebens. Dazu gehört nicht nur seine kurzzeitige Fasziniation für den Totenkult und Philosophen sondern auch sein, nicht immer leichtes, Familienleben. Man liest aber nicht nur über David's Leben sondern auch das aktuelle Leben der Schreibenden.Sowohl der Tite [...]


    11. Hvem er den virkelige David?When David loses his memory an ad is put in the newspaper asking people who knew him to come forward and help him reveal his identity. In the first installment of the Innsirkling trilogy, three people reply to the ad by sending letters/emails to the amnesia victim: Jon, a former best friend, Arvid, his stepfather and Silje, his ex girlfriend. We never meet David in the flesh, but through the eyes of these three inevitably biased characters, we get to learn things abou [...]


    12. Velskrevet, intens, gjenkjennbar, ubehagelig. Tre brev til David, som har mistet hukommelsen, fra ungdomsvennen, stefaren og ungdomskjæresten. En hovedpersonen som ikke er med i boken, men som likevel er allestedsnærværende. Destruktive og selvdestruktive brevskrivere, alle på vei ut av noe. David blir sakte men sikkert sirklet inn.


    13. 4.5 stjerner. En veldig intens leseropplevelse som setter ord (i ekstrem forstand) på menneskelige følelser og tanker man selv kanskje har vanskelig for å erkjenne. Jeg ble sint, fortvilet, irritert og lo. En god, men likevel "vond" leseropplevelse FORDI den er så velskrevet og intens intens intens




    14. 3,5 von 5 🌟 für die Geschichte, da ich schon Schwierigkeiten hatte in die Erzählweise einzutauchen.5 von 5 🌟 für das gelungene CoverInhalt David hat sein Gedächtnis verloren. Er weiß nicht mehr, wer er ist. In einer Zeitungsanzeige fordert er Verwandte und Bekannte auf, ihm einen Brief zu schreiben, um ihm seine Erinnerungen zurückzugeben. Und er bekommt Antworten auf seine Fragen. Aber will er die wirklich hören? Denn sie sind ganz unterschiedlicher Art und nicht immer schön. Sein [...]


    15. Handlung:David hat sein Gedächtnis verloren. Er weiß nicht mehr, wer er ist. In einer Zeitungsanzeige fordert er Verwandte und Bekannte auf, ihm einen Brief zu schreiben, um ihm seine Erinnerungen zurückzugeben. Und er bekommt Antworten auf seine Fragen. Aber will er die wirklich hören? Denn sie sind ganz unterschiedlicher Art und nicht immer schön. Sein Jugendfreund Jon, ein Musiker, der gerade den Halt zu verlieren scheint, meldet sich. Sein Stiefvater Arvid, ein Pfarrer, der auf den Tod [...]


    16. Inhalt: Unser Hauptprotagonist David hat sein Gedächtnis verloren und kann sich nicht mehr an seine Vergangenheit erinnern. Um ihm zu helfen berichten/erzählen ihm Personen aus seinem Leben gute sowie schlechte Erlebnisse oder auch grundlegende Informationen über sein Leben.Meine Meinung: Zwar ist ein gewisser "David" unsere Hauptperson und der Leser bekommt auch sein Leben vorgestellt, aber ihn selber lernen wir im ganzen Roman nicht wirklich kennen, was ich etwas schade fand. Seine Sichtwe [...]


    17. I waffle between 3 and 4 stars on this one. Tiller somehow manages to keep my interests while presenting characters that I do not like (and that don't like themselves). The premise is unique- a man, David (mid thirties?) has amnesia and three people who played very strong roles in his teenage years write letters about their experiences with him. You also learn about their present day lives. They are all deeply flawed and insecure, maybe that's what makes them relatable? Their retellings feel ful [...]


    18. The concept here is very interesting; David has lost his memory and needs his friends to send him their recollections in the hope of stimulating his recovery. This first volume of a trilogy is divided into the perspectives of his friends Jon, Arvid, and Silje (David never appears in this volume).As we hear more and more about David, he becomes more and more of an enigma as the individual recollections are not always in sync. This produces a gradual but steady tension and a compelling sense of fo [...]


    19. Dette her var rett og slett ikke min greie. Likte begynnelsen og avslutningen, altså den første scena til Jon og nåtidsfortellinga til Silje. Utover det klarte jeg ikke helt å bry meg. De delene jeg likte, handlet i stor grad om det spontane raseriet man ikke helt vet hvor kommer fra, og som kan få de mest interessante utfall. Sier altså ikke at det er en dårlig bok, men at den ikke traff meg personlig.


    20. I wasn't impressed. The premise was good. The idea of learning about the past through three different friend's perspectives was a great start, it just wasn't executed well, in my opinion. The attempt to have characters analyze each other psychologically and then to throw it back at each other as "pseudo-psycho-babble" just doesn't ring true to me. Just not well executed.


    21. Ben toch nieuwsgierig geworden naar hoe het verder gaat met de mensen uit dit boek. Het is goed geschreven, ondanks de soms iets te ver in detail uitgesponnen dialogen over allerlei dingen die tussen mensen spelen.


    22. Intriguing! I’ll most definitely continue with this series. The female character is just unsympathetic, irrational and weird though.



    23. Instead of letters, this book seemed like a bunch of private two-way conversations. Of course everyone who knew David knew him in a different way (as a stepson, as a friend) Kind of silly.


    24. Comparable to Knausgard only with a larger cast of characters and different narrators. A shame the next volume (the 2nd volume of a trilogy) Is not coming out till March 2018.


    25. Sad to report that, despite the glowing reputation, I just didn't enjoy this. Not sure if it was the translation or the story itself, but it did little for me.


    26. Love this kind of Rahomon style of writing. This book was really great and I'm so curious what happens in the next two.


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