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The moral is ideal in form: While I’ve really enjoyed other books by Calvino, I can’t really recommend this one.

In fact, I can enjoy these fairy-tale like scenarios where the author asks the reader to suspend some disbelief to uncover a unique story or truth.

Its cleverness consists almost entirely of form — and tone — which serviceably mimics that of Voltaire and other Enlightenment writers, and so is proper to the time in which the story takes place.

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Published by Tineretului first published Paperbackpages. There were some funny parts — I enjoyed just about every mention of Batista. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Dhiaeddine rated it did not like it Oct 30, Baronul din copaci I nostri antenati 2 by Italo Calvino. Relationships and events seemed symbolic, were never really explored or made to feel real.

Baronul din copaci

And some cute parts, and some exciting parts, and some interesting parts — creative solutions to practical problems of not being able haronul touch ground. Jessica rated it did not like it Mar 05, After all, that which is clever is almost always silly. Nonostante fosse un romanzo piuttosto breve, meno di pagine, ho impiegato un sacco di tempo per riuscire a portarlo a termine, la trama mi annoiava e quei pochi avvenimenti che suscitavano la mia attenzione erano poco sviluppati, sbiadivano immediatamente dopo un paio di capitoli.


The main character the Baron, not the narrator although it’s true for both is not fun, funny, or remarkable. I think I’ll remember it always since it was unique, but I feel there is much lost in translation Maybe it’s a little too afraid to be unrealistic to be good as a fairytale. A critique, it seems, of some of the upper-class ways of life. Calvino is essentially setting up a fantastical idea of the copci man and then killing off the fantasy with his attempt to make the man as normal as possible.

Premetto che ho apprezzato Marcovaldo, Il visconte dimezzato, le Cosmicomiche, quindi non ho niente contro Calvino. Quotes from Baronul din copaci. Josefina rated it did not like it Jul 15, See 1 question about Baronul din copaci…. So, you’ve crafted a character that is fairly ordinary other than that he is stubborn and naronul live only in the trees. A boys’ adventure story.

This was not a bad book, though it seemed to drag on once the novelty of the boy in the trees began to wear thin.

Ali Malekpoor rated it did not like it Jul 20, I really wanted to like this book. What presents itself as appropriate subject matter?

And the thing newest to him was that it was so simple, and the boy at that moment thought it must be like that always. NaomiDreamer rated it did not like it May 14, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

I don’t know if this is a form of magical realism. Chiara rated it did not like it Jan 01, He lives a pretty dull life despite his treebound existence, and the ending is not satisfying. The story ends with the death technically the disappearance of Cosimo.


Open Preview See a Problem? View all 5 comments. It’s fantastical, surreal and absurd. Its some sort of rebellion for following the norms of society – being normal whatever that meansbeing different and still achieving an optimum state of fulfillment and bliss. Charming little tale, but definitely not my style. But I get it that some people would find this book appealing.

At pages, the reader only gets four or five paragraphs of deliciously written Calvion language, the best one coming late in the book describing the nature of sound in the woods. To the reader of other Calvino works, this duality in character should not come as a full surprise, but the dynamic does not work as well when the the character possesses no magical or spectacular quality.

Dmitiriy Sherstiuk rated it did not like it Sep 20, Interesting premise, but the guy just lives in the trees. Its some sort of rebellion for following the norms of society – being normal whatever that meansbeing differe One act of defiance led this boy to take a decision to live out all his life in the trees.

It was the love so long awaited by Cosimo and which had now inexplicably arrived, and so lovely that he could not imagine how he had even thought it lovely before.