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Femtio nyanser av honom by E. L. James

Femtio nyanser av honom (original 2011; edition 2012)

by E. L. James, Jimmy Hofsö

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Title:Femtio nyanser av honom
Authors:E. L. James
Other authors:Jimmy Hofsö
Info:Stockholm : Norstedt, 2012
Collections:Your library, Read 2012, Lyssnat på
Tags:fiction, american, trilogi, erotik

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I got as far as the tampon scene. After that it was like "yeah... no". I just can't.
  lapiccolina | Jun 23, 2017 |
Due stelle solo per le ultime 20 pagine.
Tutto il resto è talmente assurdo e allucinante che non so nemmeno cosa scrivere se non: E.L. James datti all'ippica ma posa quella cazzo di penna!

“Scopri il libro di cui tutte parlano“, dice la tipica frase per stuzzicare la curiosità dei lettori. E questa ci hanno azzeccato visto il boom editoriale scatenato da questo romanzo che, arrivato da qualche settimana in Italia, è praticamente ormai sulla bocca di tutti dopo aver letteralmente sbancato in USA.

Perché un romanzo nato da una fanfictions, di stampo -dicono- strettamente erotico, scritto approssimativamente e dall’impronta apparentemente maschilista ha così presa sulle donne?

‎”50 Sfumature di Grigio” è, a conti fatti, una buffonata…. Questo libro sta andando moltissimo in Italia perché pare che in USA (e tutto quello che fanno loro è tendenza e sacrosanto. Bah) le donne vadano in giro dicendo che “tutte vorrebbero un uomo come Chris“, e perché ovviamente gli hanno affibbiato l’aggettivo di “Bondage”.
La curiosità femminile quindi scatta: che potrà mai esserci di così bello, in un libro che parla di come, ferire fisicamente una donna, possa donarle piacere?

In realtà NON c’è BONDAGE in questo libro, se non qualche riferimento pomposo per abbindolare chi, il Bondage, non sa neanche cos’è. Chris è un uomo autoritario che, sì, eccita le donne ma solo perché siamo circondate da una massa di maschietti effeminati che non hanno neanche la più pallida idea di cosa significhi essere “uomini”.

Noi donne ci siamo ritrovate oggi – per colpa nostra e del femminismo – a prendere decisioni, essere il perno portante della famiglia, a sentirci sminuite se non lavoriamo e non teniamo la casa al TOP, a voler sempre decidere, a essere l’Alfa della coppia… e tutte queste responsabilità ci stanno distruggendo psicologicamente visto che, dall’altra parte, c’è stata una ritirata in massa con conseguente adagio sui allori. Un po’ come dire: donne l’avete voluta la bicicletta? Ora pedalate.
Nella psiche generale delle donne è come se, delegando qualcosa al proprio compagno, o ammettere di non riuscire a fare TUTTO, questo ci renda automaticamente delle deboli, sbagliate. Inferiori.
Probabilmente far leggere questo libro a donne che hanno davvero dovuto convivere con una generazione di uomini Autoritari, possessivi, gelosi e che trattavano le donne come oggetti, le farebbe diventare grandi e grosse come Hulk. Forse ci farebbero ingoiare questo libro. Credo.

E’ ovvio che, ora, l’uomo autoritario che – anche se un po’ soffocante – tende a possedere la donna, a vezzeggiarla, a placcarla da vicino, corteggiarla, proteggerla, che fa il geloso, che la ricopre di cose di valore “perché lui può” (il che implica che non ci si debba preoccupare di contribuire al sostentamento), stuzzica la libido della donne. Non possono ammetterlo ad alta voce ma, nell’essere dominate spesso c’è un riscontro positivo: la possibilità di lasciarsi andare e non prendere decisioni, lasciare che il gioco sia condotto dall’altro… Abbandonare il peso della continua riflessione, il doversi assumere continue responsabilità. Probabilmente, almeno a livello erotico (e quindi fuori dall’ambito della società dove possono giudicarti) il desiderio di essere sottomesse è portato dal desiderio di potersi completamente abbandonare alle decisioni di qualcuno di cui ci fidiamo e che sappiamo non ci farà del male.

Ecco perché, probabilmente, questo libro ha scatenato tutta questa attenzione: ha toccato un nervetto scoperto, qualcosa che le donne inconsciamente si ritrovano a desiderare (l’autorevolezza di un Uomo che le sollevi dall’essere costrette a farsi carico continuo di decisioni) ma che non possono ammettere di volere.
Tutto qua. ( )
  Nasreen44 | Jun 8, 2017 |
Book One is interesting....except for all of the drama! I read the first chapter of Book Two, and had to stop. How can you make so many excuses for your man controlling your life? Anastasia should have moved on after the first book, too! ( )
  Pamela_SC | May 24, 2017 |
Going out on a limb, I'm admitting I read this trash. I had heard the buzz and listened to an interview with the author (at ComiCon, of all places), so I wanted to find out what would get the nethers of millions of women in all a tizzy. I didn't find out. Baffled. And disturbed.

According to the interview, the author (I don't remember what her real name is) wrote a lot of Twilight fan fiction before drafting this thing. I don't know what idiot said to her, "Hey, have you ever thought of writing professionally?", but that person should be flogged (sorry, too easy). I read better writing when I was a teen and stumbled across the factory writing of the Mack Bolan and a few other series. Garbage. Hell, even Robert Anton Wilson wrote better. The writing is so amateurish, hackish, Harlequin romance-ish (I sped read a couple 25 years ago, just to find out what they were like...un-flipping-believable, but whatever), but with that Story of O spin (I read that too...the story was was more disturbing, but the fact of the wider audience here is more weird), it was a struggle to finish - and finish I must if I am to write an "informed" opinion.. These characters are so far from believable, but then that's the point, I guess. I can only guess that those millions of women want to yearn for the grade A sadistic bastard asshole of "Christian"...it's a mystery. And this Ana is instantly orgasmic with porn star skills? Wow.

Take a trash romance, add the "O" story element and then mash it up with some Penthouse letters (or at least what they were 30 years ago) and then dumb it down further. Too bad I didn't write this crap first and make a bunch of money, but I could never dream up these characters. Maybe because I never read the Twilight drivel.

Excuse me while I go take a shower or two. At least my neck muscles will get toned as I keep shaking my head. ( )
  Razinha | May 23, 2017 |
Yes, I read this book and I enjoyed it. Sue me, I was entertained and that's all I care about when I read a book, not the controversies surrounding it (though sometimes that's what makes it intriguing and can add insights to the story). Typically I don't like straight up romance novel or erotica novels, they just don't interest me. However, I wanted to read this because of all the hoopla over it and because it originally started out as Twilight Fan-Fiction. And yes, I am a Twilight fan. I enjoyed it because at times there were very "Bella-Edward"-like dialogue, mannerism, & situations (which sounds like plagiarism in my opinion) and not going to lie, the steamy scenes were awesome. =) ( )
  jthao_02 | May 18, 2017 |
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“Fifty Shades of Grey” is being released in time for Valentine’s Day. That’s a bold move, since the film is not just unromantic but specifically anti-romantic; take your valentine along, by all means, but, be warned, it’ll be like watching “Rosemary’s Baby” at Christmas
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For Niall,
the master of my universe
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I scowl with frustration at myself in the mirror.
Du. Gehörst. Mir.
Why didn't you tell me there was danger? Why didn't you warn me?
Ladies know what to guard against, because they read novels that tell them of these tricks…
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"I agree to the conditions, Angel; because you know best what my punishment ought to be; only-only-don't make it more than I can bear!"
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When literature student Anastasia Steele is drafted to interview the successful young entrepreneur Christian Grey for her campus magazine, she finds him attractive, enigmatic and intimidating. Convinced their meeting went badly, she tries to put Grey out of her mind - until he happens to turn up at the out-of-town hardware store where she works part-time.

The unworldly, innocent Ana is shocked to realize she wants this man, and when he warns her to keep her distance it only makes her more desperate to get close to him. Unable to resist Ana’s quiet beauty, wit, and independent spirit, Grey admits he wants her too - but on his own terms.

Shocked yet thrilled by Grey's singular erotic tastes, Ana hesitates. For all the trappings of success – his multinational businesses, his vast wealth, his loving adoptive family – Grey is man tormented by demons and consumed by the need to control. When the couple embarks on a passionate, physical and daring affair, Ana learns more about her own dark desires, as well as the Christian Grey hidden away from public scrutiny.

Can their relationship transcend physical passion? Will Ana find it in herself to submit to the self-indulgent Master? And if she does, will she still love what she finds?

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When literature student Anastasia Steele is drafted to interview the successful young entrepreneur Christian Grey for her campus magazine, she finds him attractive, enigmatic and intimidating. Convinced their meeting went badly, she tries to put Grey out of her mind -- until he happens to turn up at the out-of-town hardware store where she works part-time.… (more)

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