This book i want to read but i couldn’t find anywhere…
The young painter Jonathan lives alone and isolated in the countryside. Again and again, Serge him “deported”, the son of a friend from Paris who has no desire to take care of him. Serge is literally a “naughty” boy: selfish, amoral, with no values. He roasts earthworms, snails and toads experimented with and plays with his body. And that of Jonathan. Jonathan knows that this must not be. However, he is Serge the space conquered anyway.
“The love story between a young painter, Jonathan, and Serge, a young boy of eight years. A love that fails, no tenderness, and now it draws its life force. You learn that dying love, if she wants to be socially acceptable and that she lives when she goes to animal instincts. The newspaper Le Monde, 14.4.78 on Duvert novel that is lyrical in its intensity remains one of the most moving testimony of a literary love between boy and man – in short, a classic, which are to be desired, especially in this day and age many new readers .
Jonathan lebte sparsam. Jonathan lived sparingly. . He lacked many things that he needed to accommodate the child. He did not have enough sheets, only a pillow and a cover, a single kitchen towel. He washed everything ourselves His only luxury was sad wine for hours, and a sealed room to recover from them. On such days he needed bars, blankets, anything to help him to maintain life and to prevent him from escaping. When would the small left him in a few days back Jonathan experienced a pain he could not possibly defeat: his opposition to the death became weaker and weaker.
He struck his financial means and was in a nearby village to get food, furniture and other things to fear, and he even went to the county seat. On the farms he bought more food than he could eat in two months. He got himself a mirror – which he would then break up later. He looked at himself in it, looked at his clothes, his hair, his hands and his face, and then spent the whole day, to make deal.
He cleaned the house thoroughly emphasized the garden fence, latches bolted the door from his room and tore down the pieces with which he darkened the windows. He put a clock in the kitchen, scraped from the burnt pots, wiping all tiles, all tiles, cleaned the windows, put a fresh cover on the table, could be sewing curtains and replaced the bare light bulbs with correct lamps. He got games, toys, pictures booklet, medication, and he was advised patience to make even the right age.
He was hardly out of the shop caused him this lie so much shame and pain that he had left for the package almost on a bench.
“I hope he does not,” he thought, finally.
“On the death of Jonathan” is about a relationship that under the Criminal Code should not give so and it even so, one follows the current debate on sexual violence against children and young people should not be. But neither the real life nor literature always depend on the penal code – and the literature should also not do. For they surely just the “place” where everything really can be negotiated, must embrace. Murder and manslaughter anyway, but it is also impossible love.
And therein lies the quality of this novel:
He describes the relationship between Jonathan and Serge as “impossible love”. Duvert does not claim to over childhood sexuality, and equal love between child and adult, is not he promotes something (what literature should do so anyway!). He develops two worlds:
On the one hand the world of Pädos Jonathan of before his love Serge even flees, because he knows that it does not go, which, while anything does with Serge and do this with can be one, which will finally understands well that the same things for Serge mean something quite different than for him. Jonathan knows that Serge does not love him like he loves you.
On the other hand, the world of Serge, a child is without morals and values, earthworms and fry rabbit can be run – let’s see if it survives – who experiments with snails and toads, and even with his tail. And with that of Jonathan. Serge tries everything, nothing is a priori (from before) a fright. He is an “unexpected coated,” “uncivilized” child with Jonathan finds the space to release “Young Scientist” to rein to “free”. Whether this is brought up in Rousseau’s sense, too?
The novel tells the story of how these two worlds meet, places them in a larger context of society, education, and the art (Jonathan as a painter, operates in an environment that is relentlessly hostile to art, especially the pleasing fashion and the filthy lucre to follow).
The boy has a mother and a father. How do the order for the child? They love it, they care, they have such a thing as morals or values? They use it and make it from somewhere if it bothers. You send it to Jonathan (although they suspect what’s going on, why it takes him to Serge). Because the grandmother is jealous, however, and the mother can prevent the pressure, they want to send it to her at the end, Serge and Jonathan finally separate …
Duvert’s novel is a social novel, a Bildungsroman, the story of a Pädos and a child in a complex network of social realities. It was written in a social climate that was discussed in the in the Federal Republic of Native American communities and free love between people of all ages and sexes. Pedophilia debate in the 70s and 80s it was about the sexual self-determination by children and adolescents, which was made by reactionary approaches to education drastically in question. That is what even today, but back in the sense of sexual self-determination, the strict limits in the center of the discussion that adults impose on themselves in dealing with children and young people need. But if in the current “abuse debate” especially in church circles the liberating effect of the “Sexfront” of the fight so that even young people have a right to determine their own sexuality, is blamed for today’s abuse happening, probably is more likely to own institutions day chores. It is grotesque, so to hear an argument by those whose institutions through the Onanieverbot and other forms of sexual violence against children and young people have their “own” story. (To see Manfred Kappeler: “. Entrusted and delivered Sexual violence in educational institutions”, Berlin 2010) Günter Amendt also has in the December issue of Mercury (“Sexual abuse of children to Pedophilia discussion from 1980 to today.”) Indicated that abuse debate not, as often happened, may be limited to the Pedophilia debate that “it is 80 to 90 percent of all cases of abuse at the opportunity offender in the environment of the abused child” to “ordinary heterosexual So ordinary heterosexual preferences.
The socio-political debates revolve around abuse, sexual violence and child abuse, about morality and criminal law, the responsibility of institutions and therefore done what needs to institutions of their responsibility for a free sexual education and (!) The self-determination of them can meet entrusted. These debates, however, explain anything, they are the dimensions of possible events not on the track. The literature is perhaps the only place where the enlightened person can approach such a complex phenomena really, so they must tell the tale. Duvert does so also on almost shy and discreet way. “You learn that love dies with wanting to adapt, and it survived to continue the animal side,” to this formula, the review brings in “Le Monde”, why Tony Duvert’s novel “When Jonathan died,” as challenging and disturbing is why the reader may even resist it and still can not understand: This novel concerns me somewhat.
សូមទោស ពាក្យពិបាកៗពេក ហើយក៏គ្មានពេលរៀបរាង ដូចនេះ ខ្ញុំគ្រាន់តែដាក់បង្ហាញប៉ុណ្ណោះ
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