K si jota kerran pitelin Maalaiskaupungin maa polttaa Lexie Sinclairin jalkojen alla nuori nainen on valmistunut yliopistosta ja odottaa el m n alkavan Kun hienostunut Innes Kent ilmestyy kuin tyhj st Lexien kotikadulle odot

  • Title: Käsi jota kerran pitelin
  • Author: Maggie O'Farrell Maija Kauhanen
  • ISBN: 9789515232427
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Maalaiskaupungin maa polttaa Lexie Sinclairin jalkojen alla nuori nainen on valmistunut yliopistosta ja odottaa el m n alkavan Kun hienostunut Innes Kent ilmestyy kuin tyhj st Lexien kotikadulle, odottaminen on ohi Boheemin Lontoon syd mess , 1950 luvun sykkiv ss Sohossa Lexie luo uuden el m n Innes rinnallaan Nykyajassa Ted ja Elina vierastavat uutta el m ns vastaMaalaiskaupungin maa polttaa Lexie Sinclairin jalkojen alla nuori nainen on valmistunut yli opistosta ja odottaa el m n alkavan Kun hienos tunut Innes Kent ilmestyy kuin tyhj st Lexien kotikadulle, odottaminen on ohi Boheemin Lon toon syd mess , 1950 luvun sykkiv ss Sohossa Lexie luo uuden el m n Innes rinnallaan Nykyajassa Ted ja Elina vierastavat uutta el m n s vastasyntyneen vauvan vanhempina Elina pel k menett neens kykyns maalata, ja Tedi kiusaavat omat lapsuusmuistot on jotain joka ei t sm h nen vanhempiensa kertoman kanssa Ted kaivautuu syvemm lle menneeseen vastauk sia l yt kseen ja paljastaa kahden naisen muoto kuvan naisten tarinoita erottaa viisi vuosikymmen t ja yhdist heid n palava tahtonsa el el m , joka ei sovi muottiin Maggie O Farrellin riipaiseva ja el m suu rempi romaani j tt haukkomaan henke Se palkittiin Costa kirjallisuuspalkinnolla parhaasta kaunokirjallisesta teoksesta vuonna 2010.

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    1. Maggie O'Farrell Maija Kauhanen

      Maggie O Farrell born 1972, Coleraine Northern Ireland is a British author of contemporary fiction, who features in Waterstones 25 Authors for the Future It is possible to identify several common themes in her novels the relationship between sisters is one, another is loss and the psychological impact of those losses on the lives of her characters.

    841 thoughts on “Käsi jota kerran pitelin”

    1. Onvan : The Hand That First Held Mine - Nevisande : Maggie O'Farrell - ISBN : 547330790 - ISBN13 : 9780547330792 - Dar 341 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 2009


    2. Any fiction novel which follows the five or six literary fiction novels I have just finished may well have big shoes to fill but The Hand That First Held Mine held it's own. I do so love it when an author combines combines real people into their story. After reading this novel, I half expect if I pore over the photographs by John Deakin I shall find images of Lexie and Innes. And likewise, if I go to Soho, I shall find on Bayton Street the faded chalk writing of the word elsewhere in front of th [...]


    3. Oh no, another favourite author releasing a new title – cue the sickening feelings of anxiety when I settle into the story , wondering if it will meet my expectations but any fears are quickly assuaged as I become immersed in this, Maggie O’ Farrell’s fifth novel. I devoured it in a few sittings – one of those books you are eager to embrace but loath to leave.Like it’s predecessor, The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox, there is a cleverly woven dual narrative, one set in the 1950s/1960s in [...]


    4. In sneltreinvaart uitgelezenee verhalen die met elkaar verbonden zijn in heden en verleden. Soms ietwat quasi intellectueel, maar zo goed geschreven dat je meegetrokken wordt in het verhaal en alleen maar door wil lezenRelatie's en moederschap zijn de overheersende thema'sachtige roman!!


    5. I loved this novel mostly because of the writing. Yes, I loved the story and the characters too, but from the exquisite opening paragraph it was all about the writing.“Listen. The trees in this story are stirring, trembling, readjusting themselves. A breeze is coming in gusts off the sea, and it is almost as if the trees know, in their restlessness, in their head-tossing impatience, that something is about to happen.”Something amazing does happen to Lexie and Innes, the characters we first m [...]


    6. Although choosing a favourite author is tough, when forced to do so I would more often than not, answer with Maggie O'Farrell as mine. I find her style of writing beautiful, almost melodic and so incredibley descriptive and evocative of the senses that you really feel like you step into the world of the characters whilst reading.However, this was based on her first three books, and I have to say that despite being SO excited for the release of 'The Vanishing Act of Esme May' (only book I've ever [...]


    7. This book is so hard to quantify with stars, because although I hated it for the majority, I have to admit that there were definite moments of genius. I can recognize what she was attempting here – there’s a slow, poetic, visual quality to the writing that sometimes succeeds. I can appreciate this type of novel (huge Michael Cunningham fan here) when it’s done with substantial emotion and poignancy and when the words are stunning enough in themselves to negate the absolute need for a concr [...]


    8. O’Farrell’s novel could easily have turned out as a mawkish romance, but is exquisite instead. This is ‘serious literary fiction,’ and won a Costa Best Novel award to prove it. The descriptive language is elegant and precise, with just the right number of words and images to create a mental picture of a lawn in Devon with laundry flapping on a line, or the cracked tiles of the entryway of a London row house. Most of the book is in the present tense, which lends it immediacy and reality. [...]


    9. Having recently read The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox and loved it, I was eager to read another book by Maggie O'Farrell and the blurb of The hand that first held mine had me intrigued.Fresh out of university and in disgrace, Lexie Sinclair is waiting for life to begin when the sophisticated Innes Kent turns up on her doorstep in rural Devon. In the present Ted and Elina no longer recognise their lives after the arrival of their first child. Elina an artist wonders if she will ever paint again w [...]


    10. The plot was interesting, but it moved too slowly for me. More than 100 pages in, and it was still not clear how the two different story lines were related. The author also spends a lot of time on the descriptions of the characters' surroundings, which I found annoying. They were too long, often unnecessary, and they kept the story from progressing. (Do I really need to know every time the baby arches his back to look up at the ceiling? That there was pannini bread on the floor of the coffee sho [...]


    11. 4.5 stars. This author doesn't disappoint! She knows how to concisely convey her characters' feelings and motivations to the reader. For example, young motherhood and a colicky baby - she communicates this perfectly, making me (once again) glad I'm menopausal. Oh, how she brought everything back! Very hard to function on little sleep. But I digress. There are two story lines in this novel. One is present day, one is historical, and eventually they intertwine. Yes, even though you think they neve [...]


    12. Intreccio di vite.Storia di "Mamme in prima linea"."Mentre scrivo mio figlio dorme all'estremità opposta della stanza. E' vivo da ducentoquindici giorni. Abitiamo in un monolocale. Ha tre denti e due nomi"Storia di come, subito dopo la nascita, un figlio possa farti addirittura scordare chi sei Bel romanzo che si legge in un soffio.Forse è piu' facile da comprendere per chi ha vissuto gli smarrimenti, le insonnie e il torpore di un neonato da accudire."Deve forse menzionare le notti insonni, [...]


    13. “Listen. The trees in this story are stirring, trembling, readjusting themselves. A breeze is coming in gusts off the sea, and it is almost as if the trees know, in their restlessness, in their head-tossing impatience, that something is about to happen. The garden is empty; the patio deserted, save for some pots with geraniums and delphiniums shuddering in the wind. A bench stands on the lawn, two chairs politely facing away from it. A bicycle is propped up against the house but its pedals are [...]


    14. This novel was a mixed bag for me. At time, the writing is rather wonderful, indeed it would be worth the read to study and enjoy the first chapter alone, because therein lies the writer Maggie O’Farrell at her best. The scene in Soho is masterful, and again I would say worth picking up just to read this section. Unfortunately, the writing style becomes tiresome the further into the narrative you go, perhaps because the characters never quite live up to what the reader might have expected of t [...]


    15. Two parallel stories: Lexie in the 60s and Elina in the present day. We see Lexie from the time she rebels against her country upbringing and heads to London to forge a career, fall in love (more than once) and meet the challenges of being a single mother. We see Elina (an artist from Finland, living with Ted in London) only after she has had her first child. It did not take me too long to guess the connections between the two stories but this did not detract from the novel's enjoyment. Maggie O [...]


    16. The prose in this book was so smooth. I sat and read for hours and it felt like minutes. I had no idea where this book was going, but I knew I wanted to be there. How in the world were these two women connected? I really couldn't imagine it. When everything finally came together, it was a great moment. This book was worth getting two less hours of sleep than usual. O'Farrell does a flawless job describing how it feels to be a first time mother, being in love with your tiny baby but having your h [...]


    17. The Hand That First Held Mine is Maggie O’Farrell’s fifth novel. Two stories are told in parallel: Lexie Sinclair quits Devon for London when the charismatic Innes Kent arrives on her doorstep, and starts her life at the heart of the 1950s Soho art scene; Elina and Ted are coming to terms with the changes wrought in their present-day lives by the birth of their son. As we follow lives separated by fifty years, wondering how they might be connected, we learn that Ted has been having flashes o [...]



    18. A young yet successful artist immigrates to England from Finland, falls in love and has a baby with her English landlord. It's a difficult birth and both Elin and Ted are reeling from its aftermath. Elin feels alone and confused by Ted's isolating behavior. Ted is just as lost by his behavior. Seeing Elin almost bleed out after her C-section has triggered fear and old remembrances that he can't quite hold onto keep coming unburied yet he can't seem to hold onto the connections so he plunges even [...]


    19. After You’d Gone was so good that it left me reeling, and even asking the librarian as I returned it “have you read this? You must read it. It’s the best book I’ve read all year”. I thought it was something special, and when I first started reading The Hand That… I even left comments on my post about After You’d Gone saying that nothing could top it. I take it all back – this was even better! So good in fact that in re-reading this post before publication I know I sound like a gi [...]


    20. Another of the books told in alternating chapers about two different time periods, and we gradually learn how the two stories converge. I was put off at first by that style, since I've read so many of them recently, but very quickly the story and the characters grabbed me. Of the two stories, the one I found more engaging was the story of Lexie, who in the early 1950's left her rural Devon home and large family for London after meeting an exciting, exotic flirt Innes Kent whose car broke down ne [...]


    21. Lite seg början, men det blir bara bättre och bättre. Är lite tagen när jag läst ut boken. Älskar avsnitten om Lexie och 50-talets London.


    22. I loved this one. The writing was wonderful, I was hooked right from the very first page. The story was wonderfully done as well. I don't want to give much away.


    23. Se potessi descrivere concretamente la sensazione che si prova leggendo buona parte di "La mano che teneva la mia", direi che è molto simile a quella che si prova davanti al profumo intenso e inebriante di un fiore: un misto di voluttà e stordimento, pregnante, deliziosamemte nauseante, da capogiro. Una sensazione strana, ma a suo modo piacevole. E che del resto corrisponde a ciò che provano, in epoche diverse, i protagonisti della nostra storia: travolgimento e stordimento, passione e confus [...]


    24. The book follows two stories. The first one is about Lexie Sinclair, a young girl in the 1950s who decides to leave her family and follow the intriguing Innes Kent to London where she starts a career in journalism. The second is about Elina and Ted, whose child is born, and where we see the difficulty of motherhood for Elina and the progressive appearance of Ted's memories about his own childhood. The book is an ode to family, love and life.I wasn't sure what to expect about this book, I read it [...]


    25. " the image of the woman outside enters his mind and takes up a place there as a noise from the external world will incorporate itself into a sleeping man's dream."The woman entering the man's dream is Lexie, a young, smart and head strong woman whose path he had crossed a few weeks earlier at her parent's home in the country. She has escaped to London to experience all the excitement and thrill that the big city offers. She is twenty-one, beautiful and full of the confidence and exuberance. The [...]


    26. Oh no, another favourite author releasing a new title - cue the sickening feelings of anxiety when I settle into the story , wondering if it will meet my expectations but any fears are quickly assuaged as I become immersed in this, Maggie O' Farrell's fifth novel. I devoured it in a few sittings - one of those books you are eager to embrace but loath to leave.Like it's predecessor, The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox, there is a cleverly woven dual narrative, one set in the 1950s/1960s in Bohemian [...]


    27. You know when a book sweeps you in and envelopes your day and won’t let you go until it is over? This book did that for me and I could not be more impressed with the author’s beautiful prose, the pacing of the book, or what a gift Maggie O’Farrell has for character development and the art of intertwining two beautiful stories into one.The book opens with the stunning Lexie Sinclair, a rebellious young woman, and a chance meeting for her and a very sophisticated man named Innes Kent. It is [...]


    28. I thought this was a truly beautiful book that will continue to play on my mind in the days to come. As a mother with two young children, I thought it was a realistic portrait of motherhood and how our relationship with our mother and our children can have far-reaching consequences - good and bad - over the years. I particularly identified with Elina's experience of a traumatic c-section and the early days of motherhood. Having experienced much the same as this character, I was transported back [...]


    29. This was my third Maggie O'Farrell book. It wasn't my favourite, but it was still very good. Her writing is so skilful and creative that I could never tire of it. This novel consisted of two apparently unrelated stories, one of a young woman who moves to London in the 50s in pursuit of a man she's met only briefly, and a life away from her parents; the other, set in the present-day London, follows the tale of a young man and his wife and their new son. The story of 50s London was the more sparkl [...]


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