Siamo in Tennessee durante gii anni della Grande Depressione. Un orfano di cinque anni viene affidato ai nonni Cherokee. Da oggi vivrà sui monti, nella loro capanna tra i boschi. Da oggi il suo nome sarà Piccolo Albero. Grazie a loro, e agli amici che incontrerà, scoprirà i segreti della natura e della vita. Una prosa essenziale, vivida, altamente descrittiva e avvincente: la storia di Piccolo Albero è un invito a cogliere quanto di poetico c'è nella vita e ad ascoltare con rispetto la voce della natura. Età di lettura: da 11 anni.
- ISBN: 8862561105
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 228
The closest this book gets to touching nature is the sweet sappiness of the story. Though the author put the story forward as true, he was not actually a Native, but a racist con-man who fought to keep segregation and was a member of the KKK. But this revelation shouldn't be that surprising, since t Leggi tutto
Within the first three pages I fell in love with our four year old narrator, whose grandfather called Little Tree. His relationships with his grandparents reminded me so much of mine, it was hard not to identify with that even though his Cherokee culture was of course different. Still, the love, the Leggi tutto
The Education of Little Tree: Which is Right The Education of Little Tree by Forrest Carter was chosen as the Pre-1980 Group Read by members of On the Southern Literary Trail for June, 2016. Special thanks to Trail Member Tina for nominating this work. The Education of Little Tree, First
Μου αρέσει να ξέρω κάτι για την ιστορία και τη ζωή του συγγραφέα που διαβάζω κάθε φορά, κάθε ξεχωριστή δημιουργία καλλιτεχνικής έμπνευσης και πάθους που μου δωρίζεται ως κομμάτι απο κάποιο θησαυρό σοφίας, πρακτικής και λογικής, ακόμα καλύτερα, ως κομμάτι απο παράδοξη εμπειρία υπαρξιακής δομής και απ Leggi tutto
*Note: there is a lot of controversy and here say about the author of this book. Forget about it and enjoy this book with an innocent mind! The Education of Little Tree follows a young boy as he follows his Grandpa, learning and loving as he goes. From plowing to whiskey making, it divinely illustrat Leggi tutto
This is one of my favorite books of all time. It's so much more than how you would describe it, so much more than words like story about a boy and his grandparents living in the South describe. The words have such power. They are so vivid; they recreate a world, a picture of a different time and pla Leggi tutto
Od onih sam osoba koje žele znati što manje o knjizi prije nego ju počnu čitati. Ili ne znati baš ništa, a dobiti ju kao zadatak za book klub ili jer se nekome jako svidjela ili jer je nekome bila totalna koma. Na taj način nemam očekivanja koja su me inače uvijek dovela do toga da nešto zamišljam k Leggi tutto
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I remembered enjoying this book when i read it about fifteen years ago. I stuck in on my list of 'have-reads' and gave it high marks. Then I read a little bit about this author. I just am flummoxed, though I shouldn't be; the levels to which people will stoop. Well, you can't deny he was a decent te Leggi tutto
I got out of college without reading a heck of a lot of classic literature, American or otherwise. Now I'm trying to make up for lost time. I picked up The Education of Little Tree because there happened to be a copy here at my sister's house. I vaguely remembered there being some controversy á la R Leggi tutto
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