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Catch 22 (1961)

par Joseph Heller

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It is set in the closing months of World War II, in an American bomber squadron on a small island off Italy. Its hero is a bombardier named Yossarian, who is frantic and furious because thousands of people he hasn't even met keep trying to kill him. (He has decided to live forever even if he has to die in the attempt.)… (plus d'informations)
Récemment ajouté parHeartofGold900, Arena800, PeterVize, meimeiminimochi, bibliothèque privée, WinterEgress, WiserWisegirl, boobadooba98
Bibliothèques historiquesNelson Algren, Jack Kerouac, Sylvia Plath
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    Abattoir 5 par Kurt Vonnegut (kiwiflowa, WisePolyphemos)
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    La Conjuration des imbéciles par John Kennedy Toole (InvisiblerMan)
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    Closing Time par Joseph Heller (Utilisateur anonyme)
    Utilisateur anonyme: Joseph Heller's sequel to "Catch-22" set in the early 1990s.
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    Expiation par Ian McEwan (rosylibrarian)
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    À l'ouest, rien de nouveau par Erich Maria Remarque (kittycatpurr)
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    Dans l'armée de pharaon par Tobias Wolff (paulkid)
    paulkid: Me, I think that true stories are the most absurd. For me, "In Pharaoh's Army" may not be as funny as "Catch-22", but it's close and definitely has made me consider my own serious outlook on life a little less, well, seriously. See if you agree.
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    King Rat par James Clavell (John_Vaughan)
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    The Bamboo Bed par William Eastlake (alaskayo)
    alaskayo: A genuine equal to Catch-22 written for the Vietnam age. Not just a cheap attempt to imitate Heller's talent-slash-luck, Eastlake may well have surpassed his masterpiece with this long-last classic. Read alongside Dispatches to maximize pleasure; then continue your newfound, inevitable addiction to all things Eastlake, because he really is that good--and he really is that inexplicably, undeservably unknown.… (plus d'informations)
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    Le Guide du routard galactique par Douglas Adams (wvlibrarydude)
    wvlibrarydude: Satire and humor that will split your gut. Read if you want to laugh at humanity.
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    Just One Catch: A Biography of Joseph Heller par Tracy Daugherty (Imprinted)
    Imprinted: This biography includes a lengthy section on the writing and publishing of Catch-22, the tragicomic 1961 novel that originated in Heller’s experience as a World War II bombardier
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    Nouvelles par J. D. Salinger (girlunderglass)
    girlunderglass: Both stories about war, plus Heller owes much to Salinger in terms of authorial voice (wit, vernacular language, goddamits, sense of humor)
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    Pedrolina: Both books take on the slightly surreal side to war, but with serious consequences nonetheless.
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    Veronika décide de mourir par Paulo Coelho (chrissybob)
    chrissybob: Similar views on mental health
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    Les annees de chien par Günter Grass (aprille)
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    La folle semence 131 par Anthony Burgess (Utilisateur anonyme)
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Affichage de 1-5 de 494 (suivant | tout afficher)
547 exclamation marks (!) - was it nabokov who theorized an expert might be able to pull off one per novel? Unfortunately the editors have made a mistake. This succinct and witty 150-page novella has 300 pages of the same two or three jokes tacked onto the end, a wonder nobody at Simon & Schuster has noticed. We are meant to be impressed by the character-driven non-chronological construction and gradual shift in tone, but this is lesser art. The clever reader already has intimations that the bombers are in fact bombing people. What is meant by 'Catch-22': the thin vestments which clothe the naked form of the Command: banal, sinister, and inevitable. And here Heller isn't incorrect. ( )
  Joe.Olipo | Nov 26, 2022 |
O protagonista Yossarian, tripulante de um bombardeiro B-25 da Força Aérea Americana, se encontra baseado na ilha de Pianosa, Itália. Devido a seu uso específico neste livro, a frase "Catch 22" passou a ter um significado idiomático, significando uma situação sem saída, uma armadilha do tipo se-correr-o-bicho-pega-se-ficar-o-bicho-come. No livro, "Catch-22" é uma lei militar, a lógica auto-contraditória circular que, por exemplo, previne que alguém tente fugir das missões de combate. A prosa de Heller é circular e repetitiva. Exemplifica em sua forma a própria estrutura do livro. Heller abusa de oximórons (paradoxos), p.ex. "O caso Clevinger foi aberto e encerrado. O que faltou era algo com que acusar". Este ar de irracionalidade lógica (com licença do oximóron) prevalece durante todo o livro. ( )
  jgcorrea | Aug 30, 2022 |
This appears on so many greatest books of all time lists i had to read it. I am surprised it is so popular, not because it was bad but because it is so unconventional. Must of been considered very experimental when it was released, its like a Tarantino film in book form told out of order. Very funny. ( )
  zetetic23 | Aug 21, 2022 |
High 4/5

This book's plot is all over the place. I almost gave up after reading the first 100 pages . The ending is not very satisfying. But what the hell, reading this was a joy after a while. It really was great at the middle where the loose and all-over-the-place plot bits finally merge and the callbacks to previous dialogues. And the comedy, yeah the comedy; it's so stupid and good, I hate it (Notice what I did there hehe). Plus, I'm sure this book is great for its satire on war and its hijinks.

But really tho, what the heck was that ending. What happened to Major Major and Dunbar after that, they can't just disappear like that. And no, it's not supposed to be confusing because "that's what Yossarian feels about the war". Shut up.

But overall, I think this book is pretty overrated but not "bad" overrated, I'll say it's a "good" overrated book. ( )
  DaVarPhi | Aug 18, 2022 |
I listened to an Audiobook version. It took a little over twenty hours. I was somewhat disappointed at how the story ended. ( )
  MrDickie | Aug 11, 2022 |
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"A wild, moving, shocking, hilarious, raging, exhilarating, giant roller-coaster of a book"
ajouté par GYKM | modifierNew York Herald Tribune
 
"the best novel to come out in years"
ajouté par GYKM | modifierThe Nation
 
"doesn't even seem to be written; instead, it gives the impression of having been shouted onto paper.... what remains is a debris of sour jokes"
ajouté par GYKM | modifierThe New Yorker
 
"Catch-22," by Joseph Heller, is not an entirely successful novel. It is not even a good novel by conventional standards. But there can be no doubt that it is the strangest novel yet written about the United States Air Force in World War II. Wildly original, brilliantly comic, brutally gruesome, it is a dazzling performance that will probably outrage nearly as many readers as it delights. In any case, it is one of the most startling first novels of the year and it may make its author famous.
ajouté par Shortride | modifierThe New York Times, Orville Prescott (payer le site) (Oct 23, 1961)
 
A portrait gallery, a collection of anecdotes, some of them wonderful, a parade of scenes, some of them finely assembled, a series of descriptions, yes, but the book is no novel... Its author, Joseph Heller, is like a brilliant painter who decides to throw all the ideas in his sketchbooks onto one canvas, relying on their charm and shock to compensate for the lack of design.
ajouté par Shortride | modifierThe New York Times Book Review, Richard G. Stern (payer le site) (Oct 22, 1961)
 

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Bradbury, MalcolmIntroductionauteur secondairequelques éditionsconfirmé
Buckley, ChristopherIntroductionauteur secondairequelques éditionsconfirmé
Ceserani, RemoTraducteurauteur secondairequelques éditionsconfirmé
Kliphuis, J.F.Traducteurauteur secondairequelques éditionsconfirmé
Lahtela, MarkkuTraducteurauteur secondairequelques éditionsconfirmé
Packer, NeilIllustrateurauteur secondairequelques éditionsconfirmé
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There was only one catch... and that was Catch-22.

This island of Pianosa lies in the Mediterranean Sea eight miles south of Elba. It is very small and obviously could not accommodate all of the actions described. Like the setting of this novel, the characters, too, are fictitious.
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They had not brains enough to be introverted and repressed.
There was only one catch, and that was Catch-22.
The enemy is anybody who’s going to get you killed, no matter which side he’s on.
"Sure, that's what I mean," Doc Daneeka said. "A little grease is what makes this world go round. One hand washes the other. Know what I mean? You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours."

Yossarian knew what he meant.

"That's not what I meant," Doc Daneeka said, as Yossarian began scratching his back.
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It is set in the closing months of World War II, in an American bomber squadron on a small island off Italy. Its hero is a bombardier named Yossarian, who is frantic and furious because thousands of people he hasn't even met keep trying to kill him. (He has decided to live forever even if he has to die in the attempt.)

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