Le voleur de Maigret

Le voleur de MaigretGelegenheit Macht Diebe, Hei T Es Es Beginnt Mit Einer Busfahrt Und Da Es Ein Warmer Fr Hlingstag Ist, Trauert Maigret Den Alten Bussen Mit Den Offenen Plattformen Nach Eine Alte Frau Rammt Ihn In Jeder Kurve Mit Ihrer Spitzen Schulter Und Mit Ihrem Prallen Einkaufsnetz Und Dann Wird Ihm Auch Noch Die Brieftasche Mitsamt Dienstmarke Gestohlen Der Ehrliche Finder, Der Sie Ihm Wenige Stunden Sp Ter Zur Ckschickt, Ist Gleichzeitig Auch Der Dieb Und Da Er Ein K Nstler Ist, Fordert Er Von Maigret Einen Ungew Hnlichen Finderlohn Die Aufkl Rung Eines Mordes Die Ermordete Ist Sophie, Seine Frau

Simenon was one of the most prolific writers of the twentieth century, capable of writing 60 to 80 pages per day His oeuvre includes nearly 200 novels, over 150 novellas, several autobiographical works, numerous articles, and scores of pulp novels written under than two dozen pseudonyms Altogether, about 550 million copies of his works have been printed.He is best known, however, for his 75

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  • Hardcover
  • 210 pages
  • Le voleur de Maigret
  • Georges Simenon
  • German
  • 23 March 2017
  • 9783257238662

10 thoughts on “Le voleur de Maigret

  1. says:

    Last week, World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen defended his title for the second time, against challenger Sergey Karjakin Carlsen seemed listless and out of form He played cautious, uninspired chess, and was three times unable to score from excellent positions But he won anyway the score was even at the end of the normal games, but he found some good moves in the third tiebreaker and that was enough It was an impressive performance Anyone can win when they re playing well only the truly great can win when they re playing badly.And so to Le voleur de Maigret Simenon wrote it at the age of 64, about five years before he retired It was his sixty sixth Maigret, and something between his four hundredth and five hundredth novel no one seems quite sure how many books he wrote It s hastily constructed, and by all rights it should be dreadful But it isn t Carlsen s great strength is his feeling for position his fingers just know where the pieces need to go Simenon, in the same way, can write a perfectly good novel on autopilot The plot is one I ve seen before, the characters are all or less out of central casting, the writing is unexceptional, but it doesn t matter I was hooked by page 20 and couldn t put the book down until I d seen how it worked out I enjoyed it a great deal There s just enough novelty, both in the story and in the language, that I never once felt cheated It s truly extraordinary I wish I could understand how he did it.As Garry Kasparov said about the one of the games in the recently concluded match when the amateurs are complaining that it s boring, that s often a sign that something interesting is going on.

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    Another reviewer on this site described this book as comfort food, and noted the civilized way in which Maigret goes about solving his mystery That makes it seem as if this is something on the lines of an Agatha Christie novel, which strikes me as a very misleading notion However, it also illuminates a difference between Simenon s Franco Belgian noir and the American version there s far less violence in Simenon s Maigret novels Maigret doesn t go around getting into brawls, ambushes and gunfights the way Marlow or the Continental Op do You could almost describe the set up as a police procedural except that Maigret s procedure is anything but He generally approaches a case obliquely, famously drawing no conclusions and forming no theories, almost sleepwalking through routine interrogations and noting each new piece of data from the experts with an almost distracted air He takes time out for snacks, glasses of beer or wine, little domestic interludes with his wife His deductions only come in at the very end, once he has completely immersed himself in the mystery to the point of outward stasis He is informed by a deep, not un compassionate sense of human frailty and a professional policeman s knowledge of all the twisted, brutal and pathetic forms that frailty can take it s a sensitive clinician s approach, a description which can be applied to Simenon s own in these novels as well as his non Maigret works In the process we are brought face to face with some of the darkest currents of human nature, with acts of betrayal and desperation that are shocking for being uncovered in such a seemingly matter of fact way It isn t a superior approach to that of the Chandler Hammett one, but an equally effective one, and one that has in common with their work than that of those whom I d generally describe as writers of cozy mysteries This novel is no exception it is superbly constructed, with Maigret s wallet being pick pocketed on a bus only to be returned intact with a note requesting him to meet the pickpocket The fellow turns out to be a young aspiring scriptwriter who lives alone with his wife in a flat His wife has been dead for a few days, shot in the head The man insists he is innocent and turns to Maigret for help What follows is a descent into a specific microcosm the world of somewhat shifty financiers, wannabe stars and creative hacks of various kinds who exist at the peripheries of the film world, looking out for their big break Outwardly, Maigret is having a pleasant time of it, sitting and eavesdropping on his suspects in a cozy restaurant with superb food, sharing fine beer with one suspect and so on But I am convinced that any reader with a little discernment will notice the darker currents running beneath this call surfaces, the little side lights into the various characters own individual hells, the tiny acts of betrayal and desperation, calculation and surmise that make up their daily lives, and finally the revelation of the crime itself, domestic certainly, but not cozy by any means Even significant than Maigret s identification of the culprit is his insight in the last page asked if the culprit should face the courts or be treated as a psychiatric case, Maigret suggests the courts not because he is convinced of the murderer s mental soundness so much as because he knows that that is where the person in question will be able to play out the sort of role they would be most comfortable with That s a subtle point, one that neither justifies nor commends but merely displays the stark insight that sets the Maigret novels apart.

  3. says:

    perfetta come sempre la costruzione delle atmosferela storia gialla traballa un po..

  4. says:

    Caro Simenon, di nuovo mi hai depistato alla grande Mi hai introdotto nel piccolo mondo dei frequentatori del ristorante Vieux Pressoir, una grande tavolata di gente frequentatrice del mondo del cinema, che si arrangia tra comparse, provini sfortunati e sceneggiature spesso scartate, tra Francis Ricain, aspirante sceneggiatore, aspirante regista, aspirante a un futuro grandioso ma costretto alla fame e all elemosina per un pasto caldo, tra il produttore Carus, una specie di Silvio Berlusconi all epoca di Telemilano, circondato da avvenenti fanciulle pronte a tutto per una particina e con l atteggiamento da mecenate generoso che firma assegni ai suoi protetti perch i giovani talenti vanno aiutati, tra la sua compagna Nora, anche lei aspirante a farsi sposare da Carus per sistemare il futuro incerto ma anche ben organizzata per assicurarselo da s il futuro, tra altri personaggi minori, artisti, fotografi, tutti pronti a brindare e a festeggiare se c chi paga insomma, sono entrata in questo microcosmo cos eterogeneo con Maigret e mi sono persa con lui a conoscere la gente, a osservare e studiare, seduta in un tavolo d angolo con una birra in mano, finch eravamo arrivati a farci una mezza idea su chi di loro avesse ucciso la moglie di Ricain, una giovane donna che in quell ambiente ci si era trovata suo malgrado, e ci stava in silenzio, tanto da rivelarsi da subito un mistero da interpretare, e invece tutto da rifare insomma, alla fine, caro Simenon, mi hai depistato ancora una volta, ed io, come Maigret, sorrido tristemente al pensiero della commedia umana che viviamo e che tu hai cos ben chiaramente illustrato.

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    Spring has come to Paris warm enough to find an old fashioned bus with an open platform, where Maigret can find space to smoke his pipe Unfortunately this morning others have congreagated there In the crush a young man lifts Maigret s wallet containing his police badge, the inspector sees the thief jump from the moving bus and disappear into the surrounding streets.So begins the 66th instalment of this famous detective stll not ready to retire, willing to support the underdog and the social misfits.Chapter 5 makes mention of the whole Maigret mystery and literary phenomenon During the first phase of a case , that is when he was suddenly faced with a new milieu and people whom he knew nothing, it was as if he was breathing in the life around him, absorbing it like a sponge What s your impression of him Guilty Another question the magistrate would not have asked if he had worked for longer with Maigret I don t have any impression yet This was true He always waited as long as possible before forming an opinion And even then he did not really form the opinion He kept an open mind until the moment when something became evident to him or untilthe interviewee cracked This in essence makes for interesting people based cases that carried this series to so many books The nostalga of a former time and the backdrop, often of Paris, adds to enjoyment of the novels The pickpocket is an usual character who catches Maigret at a less focused time He continues to appears to hold sway over Maigret who feels responsible and disposed to help him, but an attitude that is not a quick rush to judgement should not be confused with a mind that is not alert, taking in all he sees and hears.Another classic Maigret, which shows the best of this series and the consummate quality of Simenon.

  6. says:

    In a nutshell, Maigret has his pocket picked which leads to a criminal investigation with surprising results I love the Maigret novels, they are crime novels but so much with Maigret at their heart Full of human frailty, emotion, subtlety and so easy to read An absolute must for all lovers of great crime fiction.

  7. says:

    One of the later Maigret novels but still a solid and very entertaining read The thing about the Maigret series is that individually there are very few books in it that one can point to and say, This is total genius but as a whole the series builds up into something astonishing, a sum greater than its parts The phenomenon is one of accretion Taken as a whole the series is masterful Having said this, I still have many volumes left to read.

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    Inizia con il furto con destrezza del portafoglio di un Maigret pieno di buonu per la tiepida primavera parigina, ma il resto del romanzo una intricata indagine per un omicidio, quello della bella Sophie, giovane sposa dello squattrinato Francis.Attori di dubbia fama, fotografi, sceneggiatori e produttori cinematografici, finti amici che condividono una vita difficile, spesso inseguendo guadagni futuri che non arrivano mai, costituiscono il sottobosco umano in cui indaga il nostro eroe E l atmosfera ovattata , densa del Vieux Pressoir, l allegria di Rose che si asciugava le mani nel grembiule, il volto di cera dell ex controfigura, il suo sorriso ironico Carus, espansivo, che si sforzava di essere cordiale con tutti e Nora, artificiosa dalla punta delle dita ai capelli tinti Dialoghi pi che interrogatori, riflessioni pi che perquisizioni, intuizioni pi che arresti, portano Maigret ad una soluzione che squarcia il velo della menzogna e dell ipocrisia.In copertina dell edizione Adelphi uno degli scatti parigini di HCB Henri Cartier Bresson.

  10. says:

    Again, a look into the constantly changing circles of filmmakers, writers, producers and their hangers on The main character is not particularly appealing but one cannot forget the aging stuntman and his wife, the former cabaret singer, who now run a restaurant with marvelous seafood from La Rochelle This book contains some of his best observations of daily life, the smells and sounds and sights of ordinary Paris For example, Even the smell of gasoline was not disagreeable that evening It, too, was part of the spring in the air, in the same way as the smell of melting tar is part and parcel of summer.

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