Pássaros feridos

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  • Title: Pássaros feridos
  • Author: Colleen McCullough Octávio Mendes Cajado
  • ISBN: 9789722901130
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
  • P ssaros Feridos a saga vigorosa e rom ntica de uma fam lia singular, os Clearys Come a no princ pio deste s culo, quando Paddy Cleary leva a mulher, Fiona e os sete filhos do casal para Drogheda, vasta fazenda de cria o de carneiros, propriedade da irm mais velha, vi va autorit ria e sem filhos e termina mais de meio s culo depois, quando a nica sobrevivente da terP ssaros Feridos a saga vigorosa e rom ntica de uma fam lia singular, os Clearys Come a no princ pio deste s culo, quando Paddy Cleary leva a mulher, Fiona e os sete filhos do casal para Drogheda, vasta fazenda de cria o de carneiros, propriedade da irm mais velha, vi va autorit ria e sem filhos e termina mais de meio s culo depois, quando a nica sobrevivente da terceira gera o, a brilhante actriz Justine O Neill, muitos meridianos longe das suas ra zes, come a a viver o seu grande amor.Personagens maravilhosas povoam este livro o forte e delicado Paddy, que esconde uma recorda o muito ntima a zelosa Fiona, que se recusa a dar amor porque este, um dia, a traiu o violento e atormentado Frank e os outros filhos do casal Cleary, que trabalham de sol a sol e dedicam a Drogheda a energia e devo o que a maioria dos homens destina s mulheres Meggie, Ralph e os filhos de Meggie, Justine e Dane E a pr pria terra nua, inflex vel nas suas flora es, presa de ciclos gigantescos de secas e cheias, rica quando a natureza generosa, imprevis vel como nenhum outro s tio na terra.

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    1. Colleen McCullough Octávio Mendes Cajado

      Colleen Margaretta McCullough was an Australian author known for her novels, her most well known being The Thorn Birds and Tim.Raised by her mother in Wellington and then Sydney, McCullough began writing stories at age 5 She flourished at Catholic schools and earned a physiology degree from the University of New South Wales in 1963 Planning become a doctor, she found that she had a violent allergy to hospital soap and turned instead to neurophysiology the study of the nervous system s functions She found jobs first in London and then at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut After her beloved younger brother Carl died in 1965 at age 25 while rescuing two drowning women in the waters off Crete, a shattered McCullough quit writing She finally returned to her craft in 1974 with Tim, a critically acclaimed novel about the romance between a female executive and a younger, mentally disabled gardener As always, the author proved her toughest critic Actually, she said, it was an icky book, saccharine sweet A year later, while on a paltry 10,000 annual salary as a Yale researcher, McCullough just Col to her friends began work on the sprawling The Thorn Birds, about the lives and loves of three generations of an Australian family Many of its details were drawn from her mother s family s experience as migrant workers, and one character, Dane, was based on brother Carl Though some reviews were scathing, millions of readers worldwide got caught up in her tales of doomed love and other natural calamities The paperback rights sold for an astonishing 1.9 million In all, McCullough wrote 11 novels.Source people article colleen

    744 thoughts on “Pássaros feridos”

    1. I gave this book a five-star rating because otherwise my mother would disown me. (How would she know? Mothers know everything.) This is her favorite book/movie/miniseries. My first reaction to hearing this story was to stare blankly, shake my head and think to myself, 'parents have the worst taste in books.' I grew up on Britney, Christina and Backstreet Boys. I survived Twilight. I owned a a bright pink Spice Girls T-shirt that had matching shorts with white hearts (and wore it proudly in publi [...]

    2. There could be thirteen million things to write about this book - but since I'm 'retired'.y writing abbreviated reviews- I'll try to make this short. This novel must have been one of the most scandalous- talked about novels - to hit the book shelves back in 1977. And it was a *FINE* read these past few days!!!!! By *FINE*, I mean a VERY ADDICTIVE compelling engrossing WONDERFUL read. epic that stretches our hearts beyond the Outback regions of Australia. TidbitsThe relationship between Father Ra [...]

    3. I've wanted to read this book for years, but I'm glad I waited till I was at a stage in my life when I might appreciate it the most (though it wasn't deliberate). I didn't know anything about the story before I started except that it's a classic Australian novel, epic in scope, and was made into a mini-series or something starring Rachel Ward years ago. I like not knowing much about books before I read them, though: it leaves you wide-open for the story to be told, and absorbed.This is indeed an [...]

    4. This beaut of a soap opera has been around for decades & for excellent reason. Epics have been forgotten and more readily current authors satisfy readers (or do not, as the case may be) with smaller stories & smaller lives.McCullough has the tenacity to include three generations in this sprawling saga, and as family portraits usually tell of differences between the generations PLUS the ties that bind them together and to a home, this one exactly does that in an extremely entertaining fas [...]

    5. It seems I'm one of very few who did not like this novel. The thing that amazes me is why would anyone give it more than two stars? I am not into romance genre but I have enjoyed many good romance books. This love between Maggie and Ralph was so unreal, kind of pathetic. The dilemma of all characters seemed funny to me. Here it goes like this.Ralph: I truly love you Maggie but I love 13 million pounds and power more. I am sorry love, we can't live together but we can meet secretly once every few [...]

    6. Oh my fucking God. This book. I was standing in the kitchen this morning angrily chopping veg and I couldn't work out why, then I realised, it was this book just making me irrationally angry, when I wasn't even reading it!Tragedies within the first 50 pages, let's list them.1. She gets a lovely doll!1.5 Doll is trashed.2. She gets sent to school at last!2.5 School is terrible she's beaten every day.3. It's ok she makes an awesome friend!3.5 Friend hates her, fuck you, nits.4. She realllly wants [...]

    7. Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/The Thorn Birds is one of those books that might be as great as I remember . . . or it might have been a real turd. However, it consistently pops up on my feed due to other friends reading it and I felt it was high time to explain my 5 Star rating (and Tadiana’s review of a different book added some inspiration). Here’s the deal. This was the first book I ever stole from my mother. It was right after the miniseries came out, I was like 8 years old and [...]

    8. I think I read this for the first time in 4th grade. (I hid it in my room for a month b/c this is sooo not a book for a 10 year old!!) My father is an ex-Catholic priest who left the church for my mother so when the mini series came out, the world stopped in my house for an entire week. It's an epic saga about an Irish farming family who relocated to Australia to help work at an ailing aunt's ranch. The book spans some 40+ years of hardships they encounter. The only daughter, Meggie, falls in lo [...]

    9. The Thorn Birds is a beautifully written Australian novel. This story spans over three generations of the Cleary family. It mainly centres around young, Meggie who is the only girl in the family. Meggie's mother only has eyes for her sons which leaves. Meggie feeling very unloved by her mother. Growing up there are many things, Meggie needs to know about life in general, but Meggie knows she can't ask her mother. So Meggie turns to the the local priest, Father Ralph de Bricassart for answers. Ra [...]

    10. ‏‫‭The thorn birds, Colleen McCulloughعنوانها: م‍رغ‍ان‌ ش‍اخ‍س‍ار طرب‌؛ آخ‍ری‍ن‌ پ‍رن‍ده‌ در ش‍اخ‍ه‌ ای‌ ت‍ن‍ه‍ا؛ آخ‍ری‍ن‌ پ‍رن‍ده‌؛ پرنده خارزار؛ مرغان خارزار؛ و م‍رغ‌ خ‍ار؛ نویسنده: کالین مک کالو؛ عنوان: مرغان شاخسار طرب، نویسنده: کالین مک کالو؛ مترجم: فرشته طاهری؛ تهر [...]

    11. I LOVED this book, and until I read the last paragraph I couldn't figure out WHY! What was so utterly unexpected for me is that the reason I love this book is precisely the exact reason I would have hated just yesterday it seems?!!? If that makes ANY sense. I almost feel like I have a different outlook on life than I did one day agoch less one year agobut I didn't realize it until THIS book. This book is an impressive tale with all of life's elements present fact, it is a tale ABOUT life, which [...]

    12. On the face of things, The Thornbirds wears the guise of a romance novel, the story of forbidden love, but that's only the novel's outward guise. I think anti-romance would be a better way to define this novel. In fact- in this way- The Thornbirds reminds me of the pulitzer-prize winning Lonesome Dove which- I would argue- is actually an anti-Western. Both The Thornbirds and Lonesome Dove find the outer reaches of their chosen genres (romance or western) and then push as far as they can, fightin [...]

    13. I really enjoy epic stories and sagas, big sweeping stories that enmesh the reader in the characters and their lives, and make the reader more than just a bystander watching the action, but a sort of participant. We want things to go a certain way, we want things to go well, because we care about the characters, and we have invested our hopes in them. Colleen McCullough has an almost magical skill in making her characters real and believable and true. That is what I love most about reading, and [...]

    14. Adorei. Adorei. Adorei. É um livro que prende da primeira à última página. É uma história sobre sofrimento, persistência e resiliência. Retrata a história de uma família, inicialmente residente na Nova Zelândia, mas que cedo parte para a Austrália (e como há tanto tempo eu anseio por visitar a Austrália). Aí relata essencialmente a vida rural, de muita poeira e ambiente cinzento, longas extensões de terra árida, com condições meteorológicas extremas, intercalando épocas de p [...]

    15. I wanted to be impressed by this book, after reading so many positive reviews, and I am impressed, but not to the extent that would justify to me its heaps of praises.The story was good. Though a quite many important parts of the story were rushed up, I liked reading about Australia, and the changing world along with the changing story. The thing I disliked most about the book was that many of its characters' decisions were counter-intuitive, and it happened a lot of times.Except for the protago [...]

    16. I didn't read this book when it was popular (when I was in high school) because my mother wouldn't let me - because of the affair the Priest has. I was also banned from watching the made-for-t.v.-movie. Well, a few months ago she was getting rid of a bunch of books & asked me if I wanted any of them & The Thorn Birds was in there. I asked if I was allowed to read it now that I was 46 yrs. old???? I gave this book 5 stars because it immediately pulled me in & the characters were so re [...]

    17. Sinto que vivi uma vida inteira neste livro. Poderia arranjar dezenas de adjectivos sinónimos de maravilhoso, fantástico, incrível e ainda assim nunca iria parecer suficiente. Acontece com os melhores. Atentem no primeiro parágrafo da obra:"Existe uma lenda acerca de um pássaro que só canta uma vez na vida, com mais suavidade do que qualquer outra criatura sobre a Terra. A partir do momento em que deixa o ninho, começa a procurar um espinheiro, e só descansa quando o encontra. Depois, ca [...]

    18. Two stars for decent writing, zero stars for plot and characters. Everything about the story itself just felt flat and clumsy to me. The only character I found remotely interesting was Justine, and the only romance I cared about was between Justine and Rainer. And that was only in the last seventy-five or so pages. Reading the rest of the book just felt like a chore. I hated Ralph. He seemed manipulative and sketchy and at the same time didn't really feel like a real human being. I was super cre [...]

    19. This was a reread for me. When I read it some 30 years ago I didn't get to finish it because someone stole it off of my work desk. I had to know the ending. It is just so epic. If you love a big sweeping saga, this is a must.

    20. This is one of the books I scorned for years. Romantic fiction - I used to think - is fluff for bimbos. Since I consider myself literate and intelligent (yeah, really!) I wouldn't touch this sort of book. Bizarrely, I was not ashamed to read even the most extreme - and extremely inane - crime fiction. ("After all, we all need to relax now and then." Hmmmph!)Well, now I'm older and wiser and more inclined to read books for enjoyment than for the pleasure of imagining how people will be impressed [...]

    21. 692 pages of a wonderful family saga. I loved it all.e secrets, the family, the bonds, the deceit, the stubbornness, the pride and the love!!!! Sooooo goooood!

    22. Fora-me dito que “Pássaros Feridos” era um livro sobre o amor proibido entre uma nova zelandesa e um padre. Colocá-lo assim é simplista demais. É um livro que põe em perspectiva as vidas, os papéis, as obrigações, as dores de alma e os desafios que cada um está fadado a enfrentar.A história começa com uma família de imigrantes irlandeses com várias crianças a passar dificuldades na Nova Zelândia, no início do séc. XX. É no seio dessa família que a única menina, Maggie, co [...]

    23. پرندگان خارزار، هفتصد صفحه ی تلخ و شیرین رو همراه خودش داشت؛ صفحاتی برای تجربه‌ ی تمامِ احساساتی که طی یک عمر تجربه‌ خواهیم کرد، با تمام اشک‌ها و لبخند‌هاش.از سال هزار و نهصد و پانزده همراه تک‌ تک اعضای خانواده ی "کلیری" بودم، تا هزار و نهصد و شصت و‌ نه. پنجاه و‌ چهار سال از ا [...]

    24. 2nd re-read and it still has not lost anything. A more review-like compilation of thoughts will be forthcoming in a few days.

    25. There is a legend about a bird which sings just once in its life, more sweetly than any other creature on the face of the earth. From the moment it leaves the nest it searches for a thorn tree, and does not rest until it has found one. Then, singing among the savage branches, it impales itself upon the longest, sharpest spine. And, dying, it rises above its own agony to out-carol the lark and the nightingale. One superlative song, existence the price. But the whole world stills to listen, and Go [...]

    26. I seldom read romance novels and only picked this up because the title sounded familiar. I learned later that's because there had been a television adaptation of the novel. This foray into the genre only reaffirmed why I avoid the genre in the first place: the book is overly melodramatic; the characters are unlikable and one dimensional. The love between Father Ralph and Meggie bothered me; it didn't seem real enough and the age difference and the circumstances in which they met (she being a chi [...]

    27. Good Lord -- when did this book come out? 1978 -- I must have read it in the early 80s. This is one of the books that defined my reading tastes afterwards. I remember my mother reading this when it first came out. She sat in a hardback kitchen chair in our harvest gold kitchen and just read and read. Years later I did the same thing. It is funny now -- the Catholic priest angle that was so shocking back then seems rather quaint now. Still -- this is a book that shaped the multi-generational tale [...]

    28. Aviso: la reseña tiene spoilers pero los oculté como corresponde. “Bienvenidos al culebrón de la tarde o de la programación nocturna”, debería decir la portada en algún lugar visible. Estaba esperando queThe Thorn Birds(uso el nombre en inglés porque es más corto y más cómodo) fuera una novela que se adaptó a serie de televisión, no un libro que ya estaba estructurado para que les fuera fácil trasladarla. Encontré unos cuantos problemas más que no tienen relación con lo forma [...]

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