Salaisuus varjossa



Elet N Vuosisadan Alkua Vuotiaan Bertan Kotiin Saapuu Uusi Palvelustytt Carolinissa On Jotain Vangitsevaa Hetkess H Nell On Koko Perhe Otteessaan Hajamielinen Tiedemiesis , Avuton Iti, Pikku Nadja, Naurettavan Rakastunut Nuori RolandBerta Itse Kaipaa Kiihke Sti Carolinin Yst Vyytt , Mutta Kerta Kerran J Lkeen Saa Havaita, Ett H Ness On Jokin Torjuva, Pime Puoli Isin Carolin Katoaa Minne Onko Tuo Tytt L Peens Turmeltunut Ja Petollinen, Kuten Taloudenhoitajatar Svea V Itt Mik On Totuus Carolinista Ja Kuka On Varjo Vanhassa ValokuvassaSalaisuus varjossa

Maria Gripe, born Maja Stina Walter 25 July 1923, Vaxholm, Uppland 5 April 2007, R nninge , was a Swedish author of books for children and young people, often written in a magical and mystical tone In 1946 she married the artist Harald Gripe, who created cover illustrations for most of her books His illustration career, in fact, began in connection with his wife s debut as author of I v r lilla stad In our little town Maria Gripe s first major success was Josephine 1961 , the first of a series of novels that later included Hugo and Josephine and Hugo During most of her adult life Maria Gripe lived in Nyk ping, where an adaptation of her book Agnes Cecilia was filmed After a long period of dementia Maria Gripe died at 83 in a nursing home in R nninge outside Stockholm her husband Harald had predeceased her by 15 years Their daughter Camilla Gripe is also a children s author.Much of her writing, particularly the later works, is suffused with a supernatural or mystical element This change in her writing style from her less mature work was partly a result of the influence of Edgar Allan Poe, Charlotte and Emily Bront , and Carl Jonas Love Almquist, and partly a reaction to violence in entertainment that had begun to gain ground in cultural expression Gripe sought to manufacture plot tension in less overt ways A prominent feature of Maria Gripe s writing is a respect for individuals and their unique characteristics, a trait which is especially perceptible in the social realism of the Elvis series, which she co wrote with her husband Harald in the 1970s Gripe wrote 38 books, translated into 30 different languages, making her one of Sweden s most prolific writers Her last published book is Annas blomma Anna s Flower , 1997 Several of Gripe s books have been filmed, such as Glasbl sarns barn The Glassblower s Children , Agnes Cecilia en s llsam historia Agnes Cecilia a singular history and the Shadow series, directed by Anders Gr nros in the 1990s Kjell Grade directed Hugo and Josephine in 1967, while Kay Pollak filmed Elvis Elvis Elvis and his friends in 1976 and Flickan vid stenb nken The girl on the stone bench became a television series in 1989 Dramatized versions of Tordyveln flyger i skymningen The dung beetle flies at dusk , Agnes Cecilia, Tanten The Aunt and Svinhugg g r igen The backbiter bitten have been produced as radio serials She also wrote the original Swedish television script for Trolltider Magic Time , 1979 Stockholm University Literature professor Boel Westin praised Maria Gripe to a writer for Svenska Dagbladet, declaring that her Shadow books presented an exciting narrative that enabled readers to feel as if they were participants She has meant a lot She renewed children s prose 1 Literary researcher Ying Toijer Nilsson, who wrote a biography Skuggornas f rtrogna Confidant to shadows of the author, echoed the remarks, saying that she would miss the warm and humorous human being who was Maria Gripe The biographer continued She has done a lot for the children s book world, and she got her readers to think about philosophy, about the world and about death Toijer Nilsson pointed out that Gripe s books also have a significant tendency to support the social advancement of women Her books have won many awards, including the Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 1974, and she was the 1979 Swedish winner of the Dobloug Prize for Swedish and Norwegian fiction.

[Reading] ➺ Salaisuus varjossa Author Maria Gripe – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 277 pages
  • Salaisuus varjossa
  • Maria Gripe
  • Finnish
  • 12 August 2019
  • 9513091333 Edition Language Finnish Series

10 thoughts on “Salaisuus varjossa

  1. says:

    This book is the first one in a following fantastic series of four books Maria Gripe is so good at creating characters It is almost like she never created them, as they all were real living people in our reality The characters sound a bit cliche here, but oddly, they are not The book is quite easy to read, which makes the experience very comfortable There are a lot of space to fold out your thoughts in the series Maria gives you an opportunity to look at situations from other perspecti This book is the first one in a following fantastic series of four books Maria Gripe is so good at creating characters It is almost like she never created them, as they all were real living people in our reality The characters sound a bit cliche here, but oddly, they are not The book is quite easy to read, which makes the experience very comfortable There are a lot of space to fold out your thoughts in the series Maria gives you an opportunity to look at situations from other perspectives, and it gives you an amazing feeling doing this.The series is a whole mystery from every characters perspective And you never know what is happening next It might sound a bit narrow minded, but I thought the series would be boring as h ll, just because it took place in the previous century I imagined cocky and wealthy people going around having their secret affairs and social problems I could not bewrong Yes, the story takes place in a quite wealthy family, but Maria manages to bring the humane feelings out from every characer, and create such a solid sometimes turbulent society Everything feels so real, because Gripe looks to put in real historical moments There was a while since I last read the series, but I still feel warm thinking about the experience When Gripe is writing from one perception, she is doing it with all her heart and mind She does not mix the perception with other facts or other views So you are wholly following one character at a time And from only one view, you have to interpret the story with the main character Only your mind and the characters

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  3. says:

    Translation of title The shadow on the stone bench I remember reading this as a child I remember being blown away by the intrigue, the mystery surrounding Carolin I m not sure if I read itthan a couple of times at the most since it was hard to get all 4 volumes of the series from the library at the same time.This book is told from the point of view of Berta, a 14 year old girl living together with her parents, her older brother Roland and younger brother Nadja and their housekeeper Sve Translation of title The shadow on the stone bench I remember reading this as a child I remember being blown away by the intrigue, the mystery surrounding Carolin I m not sure if I read itthan a couple of times at the most since it was hard to get all 4 volumes of the series from the library at the same time.This book is told from the point of view of Berta, a 14 year old girl living together with her parents, her older brother Roland and younger brother Nadja and their housekeeper Svea The household is rather sad with the parents a bit estranged because of them being so different and the children never having friends home to play with Enters Carolin, the new maid From the first day she shows herself as different She s a very strong person, she has firm belief in her own self and her value, she is pro women s right to vote and she brings life and joy to the household But why does she sneak out at night, who is the boy who looks so similar to her who suddenly appeared in town and why does she act so strange around the father of the house A very moving sidestory is about the alcoholic woman Flora and her three young children, Edvin, Ejnar and Edit These three children suffer so much from their loving, but neglectful mother in a time before social services the novel takes place in 1911 Luckily, the family and especially Svea takes Edvin and the rest of his family under their wings and although a tragedy is unavoidable, some good comes of it in the end.I m pretty sure I would have given it 5 stars back when I read it as a child teenager But 20 years later, it s fun to re read it but even though the plot is good, it s rather under developed to an adult taste One thing I did like however, was Carolin s fascination with photographs and especially the ever present but invisible photographer whom the persons being photographed always interact with and who therefore can be said to be the most important And the title of the book refers precisely to such a photographer, present in the picture by his shadow being cast on a stone bench

  4. says:

    T m kirja on monille nostalginen, mutta minulle t ysin uusi tuttavuus Kirja muistuttaa kovasti tytt kirjoja, joiden juoni on pehmoinen, mutta henkil hahmot sen sijaan persoonallisia ja ikimuistoisia Odotin nimen ja juonenkuvauksen perusteella hiukan tiivistunnelmaisempaa teosta, mutta t m olikin yll tt v n herttainen kirja Juoni oli, noh, aika tyls , eik se tuntunut olevan p osassa kirjassa Sen sijaan kirjan syd n oli hankalissa ihmiskohtaloissa Gripe onnistui tuomaan hienovaraisesti es T m kirja on monille nostalginen, mutta minulle t ysin uusi tuttavuus Kirja muistuttaa kovasti tytt kirjoja, joiden juoni on pehmoinen, mutta henkil hahmot sen sijaan persoonallisia ja ikimuistoisia Odotin nimen ja juonenkuvauksen perusteella hiukan tiivistunnelmaisempaa teosta, mutta t m olikin yll tt v n herttainen kirja Juoni oli, noh, aika tyls , eik se tuntunut olevan p osassa kirjassa Sen sijaan kirjan syd n oli hankalissa ihmiskohtaloissa Gripe onnistui tuomaan hienovaraisesti esiin kannustimen erilaisuuteen ja yksil llisyyteen, omanarvon tunteeseen ja vapauteen.Kirjan merkitt vin henkil on uusi ja oikukas sis kk Carolin, joka tuo vanhoillisen ja tomeran taloudenhoitajan johtamaan talouteen raikkaan feminismin tuulahduksen, jota talon 14 vuotias Berta seuraa lumoutuneena sis ist en uusia mahdollisuuksia el m lleen Perheen iti puolestaan on naurettava sekoitus pelokasta lammasta ja lauhkeaa sein ruusua, joka turvautuu kaikissa p t ksiss n itsevaltiaan elkein esiintyv n taloudenhoitajaansa, kun taas perheen niin sanottu p , is , piileksii ja v lttelee kaikin mahdollisin keinoin perhett n.Hyvin mielenkiintoinen kokoompano, joka tuntui vasta avautuvan mahdollisuuksilleen t ss ensimm isess kirjassa Kirjasta l ytyy enemm n kerroksia kuin ensisilm yksell luulisi

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    9 10 Maria Gripe har ett fantastiskt s tt att skriva p Vilket m rks tydligt ven i den h r boken Karakt rerna r v l utt nkta och det r enkelt att f rst relationerna mellan dem.

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    I m not that into young adult literature at all actually , but overall I liked the idea in this, and that it s set at the beginning of the 20th century The execution was unsatisfying The bits where characters argued about women s rights and were sad about Titanic felt out of place, like Gripe definitely wanted something to scream the time period, but couldn t decide where to put them so she jammed them somewhere where they seemed to fit They didn t The characters were also unlikeable and so I m not that into young adult literature at all actually , but overall I liked the idea in this, and that it s set at the beginning of the 20th century The execution was unsatisfying The bits where characters argued about women s rights and were sad about Titanic felt out of place, like Gripe definitely wanted something to scream the time period, but couldn t decide where to put them so she jammed them somewhere where they seemed to fit They didn t The characters were also unlikeable and sometimes behaved oddly and unnaturally The biggest problem for me however was the whole mystery of the photograph itself I don t know if it was because things are madeobvious in books for young adults or what, but I guessed what was going on pretty quickly The mystery of the twin brother was lame as well I was also hoping somethingabout the father s interest in Swedenborg, since it reminded me of Uncle Silas, but I guess it wasn t supposed to be important.The second part of the series seems interesting, though, so maybe I ll have a look at some point if I feel like it

  7. says:

    Maria Gripe skriver tilltalande sp nnande, ven om vardagliga h ndelser Det r inte mycket mystik i denna ber ttelse, som i Agnes Cecilia, men nog r det hemlighetsmakeri och ventyr Att ber ttelsen utspelar sig mellan 1911 och 1914 g r det hela n mer sp nnande d vi f r ta del av hemskheterna med Titanic och sorgen ver August Strindbergs d d Gnabb och tj bbel om kvinnors r ttigheter diskuteras detsamma flitigt mellan husorna och jag skulle vilja s ga att det r en ytters feministisk bok, t Maria Gripe skriver tilltalande sp nnande, ven om vardagliga h ndelser Det r inte mycket mystik i denna ber ttelse, som i Agnes Cecilia, men nog r det hemlighetsmakeri och ventyr Att ber ttelsen utspelar sig mellan 1911 och 1914 g r det hela n mer sp nnande d vi f r ta del av hemskheterna med Titanic och sorgen ver August Strindbergs d d Gnabb och tj bbel om kvinnors r ttigheter diskuteras detsamma flitigt mellan husorna och jag skulle vilja s ga att det r en ytters feministisk bok, trots att det kanske inte var menat Den r vacker, v lskriven och underbar T nker l na mig de andra tv delarna och l sa i sommar

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    Ligesom Maria Gribes b ger Agnes Cecilia hvem er du og Klokken tolv i nat som s dvanlig husker jeg tydeligt denne fantastiske fort lling, som jeg l ste i mine tidlige teenage r.Bogen er fuld af mystik og med en masse g defuldhed, som man ikke lige s dan selv kan l se Og dermed alts ikke bare barnemad , men en bog, som jeg tror ogs vil falde i mange voksnes smag Denne bog samt dens efterf lgere, som jeg desv rre aldrig fik v ret mig sammen til at l se dengang, er p listen over to rea Ligesom Maria Gribes b ger Agnes Cecilia hvem er du og Klokken tolv i nat som s dvanlig husker jeg tydeligt denne fantastiske fort lling, som jeg l ste i mine tidlige teenage r.Bogen er fuld af mystik og med en masse g defuldhed, som man ikke lige s dan selv kan l se Og dermed alts ikke bare barnemad , men en bog, som jeg tror ogs vil falde i mange voksnes smag Denne bog samt dens efterf lgere, som jeg desv rre aldrig fik v ret mig sammen til at l se dengang, er p listen over to read b ger og jeg gl der mig til at genoplive Maria Gribes gribende universer

  9. says:

    L hdin lukemaan t t jonkun keskustelun innoittamana, kun muistan joskus lapsena tosiaan pel nneeni, kun kuuntelin Gripen P rri inen lent h m r ss kuunnelmaa Keskustelijat hehkuttivat t t Varjo sarjaa ja odotin l yt v ni t st kin jotain mystist , erityist tunnelmaa, mutta koska minulla ei ole taustalla lapsuuden lukukokemusta t st kirjasta, t m oli aika rasittava luettava Tunnelma sin ns oli juuri sellainen, josta olisin voinut suuresti nauttia nuorempana talvipakkasilla kirjastoreiss L hdin lukemaan t t jonkun keskustelun innoittamana, kun muistan joskus lapsena tosiaan pel nneeni, kun kuuntelin Gripen P rri inen lent h m r ss kuunnelmaa Keskustelijat hehkuttivat t t Varjo sarjaa ja odotin l yt v ni t st kin jotain mystist , erityist tunnelmaa, mutta koska minulla ei ole taustalla lapsuuden lukukokemusta t st kirjasta, t m oli aika rasittava luettava Tunnelma sin ns oli juuri sellainen, josta olisin voinut suuresti nauttia nuorempana talvipakkasilla kirjastoreissun j lkeen, mutta nyt kaipasin vain koko ajan jonkun raa an ranskalaisdekkarin tai muun vastaavan relle Ei t hti , koska kirja ei ole huono, vaan oikeastaan oikein hyv , mutta olin v r n aikaan v rin odotuksin liikkeell

  10. says:

    Lei el segundo libro de esta tetralog a en el colegio sin haberme le do el primero, por lo que ya sab a el verdadero misterio Por este motivo, no me ha atra do tanto.Adem s, la traducci n me parece que est un poco confusa Por lo dem s, la narraci n de una de las protagonistas es amena y muy descriptiva.Lo que m s me ha gustado es la forma que la autora y narradora tiene de contar y expresar los sentimientos de todos los personajes, susodicha incluida.El segundo libro no me lo termin , pero lo Lei el segundo libro de esta tetralog a en el colegio sin haberme le do el primero, por lo que ya sab a el verdadero misterio Por este motivo, no me ha atra do tanto.Adem s, la traducci n me parece que est un poco confusa Por lo dem s, la narraci n de una de las protagonistas es amena y muy descriptiva.Lo que m s me ha gustado es la forma que la autora y narradora tiene de contar y expresar los sentimientos de todos los personajes, susodicha incluida.El segundo libro no me lo termin , pero lo poco que le me dej expectante.Espero esta vez terminarlo y que mis expectaciones se cumplan

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