Übersetzung im Kontext von „casual vacancy“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: We assert our right to follow the same procedure should there be a. A big novel about a small town, The Casual Vacancy is J.K. Rowling's first novel for adults. It is the work of a storyteller like no other. Inhaltsangabe zu "The Casual Vacancy". When Barry Fairbrother dies unexpectedly in his early forties, the little town of Pagford is left in shock. Pagford is.
The Casual Vacancy - Ein plötzlicher TodesfallÜbersetzung im Kontext von „casual vacancy“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: We assert our right to follow the same procedure should there be a. Höre The Casual Vacancy gratis | Hörbuch von J.K. Rowling, gelesen von Tom Hollander | 30 Tage kostenlos | Jetzt GRATIS das Hörbuch herunterladen | Im. Ein plötzlicher Todesfall (Originaltitel: The Casual Vacancy) ist ein Roman von Joanne K. Rowling, der am September im Carlsen-Verlag erschien.
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But, once I got accustomed to characters, setting and their relation to everybody, this story flowed better than ever.
I liked Rowling's writing so much that I can say: Very much magical, even without magic. View all 50 comments.
Sep 28, Anachronist rated it it was ok. Synopsis: When Barry Fairbrother dies suddenly of aneurism in his early forties, leaving his family and a lot of unfinished issues behind, the town of Pagford is in shock.
He was a well-known councilor and a coach of the local female rowing team. He was also a man with a mission. Who will fill his shoes? Will his death benefit his allies or his enemies?
Surprisingly there are more than one or two token candidates. Pagford, seemingly an English sleepy town like many others, with a cobbled market sq Synopsis: When Barry Fairbrother dies suddenly of aneurism in his early forties, leaving his family and a lot of unfinished issues behind, the town of Pagford is in shock.
Pagford, seemingly an English sleepy town like many others, with a cobbled market square and an ancient abbey, becomes a war zone and, like in every war, there will be casualties.
Who will prevail? Is it important at all? My impressions: First of all let me state the obvious: hearing the name of J.
But HP series was finished some time ago and now Ms Rowling decided to branch out. I am far from criticizing her for that, let me just say it was a very bold move, rejecting a genre which made you famous, renowned and super-rich, trying something entirely new and different.
I grant it, she could afford that little experiment without breaking out into a financial sweat, a rare luxury among authors. My question is rather why it was done the way it was done especially that it could have been done practically any way?
My first surprise: the new book was still published under the name of J. Using it to market a contemporary fiction novel for adults is like trying to sell e.
BMW shoes or Manolo Blahnik computers. Of course it has its short-term advantages: plenty of people have bought the book out of sheer curiosity or loyalty so I suppose the publisher and the author will make a nice, fat profit, no problem.
Still most of those casual readers will be confused and disenchanted at best, getting not exactly what they have expected or used to expect.
I am not an especially well-read person in English literature and even I have read many similar position by Kate Atkinson or Sue Townsend; I can even add Agatha Christie to the bunch here, and I must say their books were actually better — funnier, more edgy.
Do not expect in The Casual Vacancy any magic, even of the metaphorical kind, or fireworks of humour and wisdom. It was a tepid story set in a banal, industrial-grey world; after finishing it I could shrug my shoulders and move on.
If I have to be honest I could live without meeting them at all. I suppose I would be far more comfortable if the book was published under an alias.
Now it seems to me that Ms Rowling decided to minimize any risk and to capitalize shamelessly on her previous success, selling readers something which is supposedly connected to the HP series but in reality as far away from those books as it can only be.
Only after the lecture of reviews or the book itself you see you have been conned. Had this one been penned by a debut author, without all that glamour of a world-famous name, it would have still been published but I am sure it would have also passed unnoticed and would have been forgotten soon.
By the way would it be such a bad idea to write something new heck, even starting a new series for adults but with fantasy elements included?
Do only kids deserve a bit of fun? Taking into account how many mature readers have enjoyed the adventures of Harry and his friends, not to mention his enemies yours truly among them it seems like a completely rhetorical question, right?
Final verdict: A decent novel about contemporary Britain but nothing outstanding you must or should read or you miss out on an important book.
I am a reader and I will read what I want to read. Not something like this one, though. Sep 29, Issy rated it really liked it.
This book is utterly heartbreaking, but real, gritty, and slightly sickening. I had no idea what this novel was going to be about when I bought it yesterday.
Being 17, I have grown up living and breathing Harry Potter. It is correct to assume that this novel is an utter contrast to the Harry Potter series.
But I think it is a most naive error to try to compare the two works. It goes to JK Rowlings credit that she can produce such varied pieces, and write them so well!
I love this novel. I find th This book is utterly heartbreaking, but real, gritty, and slightly sickening.
I find that I am attracted to it for the same reasons I am attracted to Steinbeck's novella Of Mice and Men: it is fast paced, never boring, develops characters well, and most importantly regularly sheds truthful insights into the workings of the human mind, and how we perceive life.
Basically, it cuts through the bullshit. It doesn't matter how pretty the prose one may read in a novel today, if you can find a book like this, one that will rip your heart open and expose it for the world to see, making you consider who you are as a person, you are lucky.
Rowling is a brilliant writer, and with such fluency and articulation she shows her characters to be three-dimensional, giving the reader no reason to hate any of them, but no reason to love them either.
My favourite character would probably be Krystal, although I grew to love both Tessa Wall and Sukhvinder Jawanda increasingly. Rowling produced such strong characters in these three women, writing them so non-stereotypically, giving them unique viewpoints it's hard to believe that they were strictly fictional.
The only male character I had any fondness towards was Andrew Price and perhaps his poor younger brother. I found them both endearing, and could relate to their struggles.
What I like most about how she wrote her characters was the way she saved judgement; she let readers weigh up each characters strengths and weaknesses, to make a decision on how they felt about them theirselves.
Living on and off in a country town for 10 years, I found that Rowling's portrayal of country life was extremely accurate.
The narrow-mindedness that is often expressed, the idea that there is no life that matters outside the town, the loyalty and defensiveness around it, the nosy community, the hunger for gossip, the rebellious adolescents.
In the end, I don't think this book as a particular agenda. I think in its brilliant pages, its sole purpose is to portray life as it is.
It's direct truthfulness stuns me. Those who criticise this novel for its 'dark themes' or 'foul language' simply remind me of Howard and Shirley Mollison, who don't believe terrible and dirty things actually happen in their own little universe and if they do, they are more than happy to write them off.
Bad things happen. So do good things. If you're unable to stomach this, and want Harry to defeat dark wizard after dark wizard without failure, this novel isn't for you.
If you're able to accept that life isn't always sunshine and lollipops, I guarantee you will be able to relate to, and even enjoy what a thought!
View all 10 comments. I can't lie. That is one seriously disappointing cover. A release date?!?!?!? SO EXCITED. Enough said. View all 12 comments.
My desire to read this book stemmed purely from a love of J. Rowling 's previous work You-Know-What. I knew to expect something different as it was stated categorically that her new book was for adults.
Once the book was out, I heard a number of bad reviews. However I was not disappointed with this book. I can understand the responses because of the theme and some of the scenes are gritty with some unpleasantness, very real-life and honest.
In The Casual Vacancy, J. Rowling has made a s My desire to read this book stemmed purely from a love of J.
Rowling has made a successful transition to the real-world. Especially when she gets into the minds of 16 years old boys is class.
All human traits are here — love, hate, anger, romance, betrayal, envy, jealousy you name it all taking place in the aftermath of the untimely death of a parish councillor.
All of the characters in this book are flawed, some seriously. You will find yourself casting judgement on an individual, only to have your opinion receded by the next chapter.
Gritty and controversial themes are explored throughout. This is a great story-telling. The prejudice, the judging, the conversation behind closed doors, the circumstances surrounding the addiction and poverty and dependencies, all of it, is so spot on.
The complicated inter-relationships of small communities, the clash of cultures that is such a feature of the present day life and the pettiness of some of the local politicking, again, J.
Rowling does an incredible job describing it all. I also loved the Dickensian approach she made here, of telling the story of a town, rather than a character.
It is a marvelous example of just how good an author she is when she weaves a rich tapestry of characters and situations together in a masterful and undeniably thought-provoking way.
Don't pick up this book if you are expecting the same sort of Harry Potter style because it is quite graphic with a lot of swear words.
If you enjoy reading a gritty story with characters anyone can relate to, then this is the book for you. Read it and judge for yourself View all 17 comments.
First off, a confession, I was predisposed to not so much like this book. I had read many positive reviews yes; even so, positive or negative, they all shared a common theme.
That is to say lack of plot. This is character development at its finest and even Pagford the community, comes forward in that undertaking.
Rowling knows how to set a scene, letting it wash over you warm and slow as you read, and learn more about the people that live within these pages.
The author certainly knew them, each and every one, and then set out to draw us, the reader, a picture. It works.
You can step into this story and it all seems so easy, a mere sweep of her pen. Did I have favourites, you bet. They were all ruddy brilliant.
It begins with the untimely death of Barry Fairbrother. We feel it in our gut. Gripped and comfortable with the language, the flow, the pace, the place and the people: comfortable in the claw of a gifted story teller.
Beware though, the only magic you will find here lay in the power of each and every word that pulled me forward.
I had to remind myself to slow down, to chew, and to savour. This is the kind of book that wants reading, feet up, in front of a fireplace, with a glass of the good stuff by your side.
Come join me. View all 26 comments. Oct 04, Hannah marked it as did-not-finish. I didn't have any giddy expectations for Rowling's first foray into the world of adult fiction, but will admit to being curious as to how she would approach it.
Now with 64 pages under my belt, my personal verdict is in: Did not Finish. It's not a badly written book, but what little I read I found dull and pedestrian, which surprised me more then anything given Rowling's richly imaginative mind.
In addition, the crude language seemed more forced then natural, almost as if Rowling needed to drive I didn't have any giddy expectations for Rowling's first foray into the world of adult fiction, but will admit to being curious as to how she would approach it.
In addition, the crude language seemed more forced then natural, almost as if Rowling needed to drive home the point that she was writing an A.
T piece of fiction rather then have the words make sense within the context of her characters and story if that makes any sense. And on a purely personal note, I think the inclusion of the c-word in any work of literature not exclusively hard-core erotica is a lame excuse to look edgy.
Must be the new buzz word in the literary world, although to me it always denotes a lack of taste and style. My opinion only. You are welcome to disagree, as I'm obviously not the target reading audience for this genre whatever genre this is.
So take these scribblings more as observations then a proper review, and note that I am assigning no rating to it.
My overall take on what little I read is that it's probably a so-so book to the right audience when all's said and done, but would never receive the hype it's gotten had John Smith written this and not J.
My only recommendation to anyone fan or not interested in this book would be to test drive it at the library before forking over your hard earned dough for it, and read some of the reviews coming in from readers who actually finished the book.
Afterwards, you may find you can't live without it permanently displayed on your bookshelves or e-reader. If so, good on you.
Or you may find yourself bemused by the hype but glad you saved yourself a few dollars. View all 67 comments.
Feb 25, Ahmad Sharabiani rated it liked it Shelves: contemporary , adult , literature , british , mystery , fiction , 21th-century.
The Casual Vacancy, J. Rowling The Casual Vacancy is a novel written by J. The novel is split into seven parts, the first depicting the aftermath of the death of local Pagford Parish Councillor, Barry Fairbrother, who suffers a burst aneurysm in The Casual Vacancy, J.
The novel is split into seven parts, the first depicting the aftermath of the death of local Pagford Parish Councillor, Barry Fairbrother, who suffers a burst aneurysm in the car park of a local golf course.
The inhabitants of the town share the news with their friends and relatives and chaos ensues. The problem arises in deciding whether local council estate 'The Fields' should remain as part of Pagford, or instead join the local city of Yarvil, a contentious debate in which Barry Fairbrother was passionately in favour of the former option; his death is seen by many as an opportunity to end the debate once and for all.
View 2 comments. Dec 06, Jane rated it it was amazing Shelves: fiction. Mary Fairbrother 3 episodes, Rufus Jones Miles Mollison 3 episodes, Richard Glover Simon Price 3 episodes, Monica Dolan Tess Wall 3 episodes, Julia McKenzie Shirley Mollison 3 episodes, Lolita Chakrabarti Parminder Jawanda 3 episodes, Bryce Sanders Robbie Weedon 3 episodes, Ria Choony Sukhvinder Jawanda 3 episodes, Keeley Hawes Samantha Mollison 3 episodes, Sonny Ashbourne Serkis Paul Price 3 episodes, Brian Vernel Stuart 'Fats' Wall 3 episodes, Simon McBurney Colin Wall 3 episodes, Keeley Forsyth Terri Weedon 3 episodes, Hetty Baynes Mo Johnson 3 episodes, Michele Austin Kaye Bawden 3 episodes, Menna Trussler Betty 3 episodes, Marie Critchley Ruth Price 3 episodes, Simona Brown Gaia Bawden 3 episodes, Mary Roscoe Young Doctor 2 episodes, Hayley Downing Lexi Mollison 2 episodes, Lauren Downing Libby Mollison 2 episodes, Vass Anderson Bill 2 episodes, Emilia Fox Julia Sweetlove 2 episodes, Julian Wadham Views Read Edit View history.
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She said "I just needed to write this book. I like it a lot, I'm proud of it, and that counts for me. And, to an extent, you know what?
The worst that can happen is that everyone says, 'Well, that was dreadful, she should have stuck to writing for kids' and I can take that. So, yeah, I'll put it out there, and if everyone says, 'Well, that's shockingly bad—back to wizards with you', then obviously I won't be throwing a party.
But I will live. I will live. When released, The Casual Vacancy received mixed reviews. Lev Grossman for Time wrote in a positive review, "It's a big, ambitious, brilliant, profane, funny, deeply upsetting and magnificently eloquent novel of contemporary England, rich with literary intelligence and entirely bereft of bullshit.
Rowling; and that's pretty good. It plays to her strengths as a storyteller. The New York Times ' Michiko Kakutani panned the novel, comparing it unfavourably to Rowling's Harry Potter series and saying, "We do not come away feeling that we know the back stories of the 'Vacancy' characters in intimate detail the way we did with Harry and his friends and enemies, nor do we finish the novel with a visceral knowledge of how their pasts—and their families' pasts—have informed their present lives.
It's like The Archers on amyl nitrate. Rowling has a sharp eye for vivid details, and there are passages of very good writing in this book But her fictions have little shadow in them.
Within hours of the book's release, it had reached Number 1 position on the Amazon Book Chart in the United States. It was the second biggest adult opening of all time in the United Kingdom, falling short of Dan Brown 's novel, The Lost Symbol , which sold , copies.
It also fell short of Rowling's last release, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , that sold 2. The book won the Best Fiction category in the Goodreads Choice Awards A Sikh family plays an important part in the novel, and the description of the character Sukhvinder sparked some controversy amongst followers of the Sikh faith.
Avtar Singh Makkar, the head of India's Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee , commented that Rowling's book would be examined by the scrutiny board of SGPC for anything objectionable.
On 3 December , BBC One and BBC Drama commissioned an adaptation of The Casual Vacancy. It was a joint production with US channel HBO.
Filming began in August Warner Bros. Some aspects of the story were modified for the TV adaptation. For example, the controversial decision to be made by the parish council was changed from closing a methadone clinic, to closing a country house bequeathed to the village as a public amenity by a rich philanthropist, and replacing it with a spa.
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Casual Vacancy due to Resignation of Auditor with required Drafts. Appointment of Auditor in Casual Vacancy due to resignation of Auditor under Companies Act Including REQUIRED DRAFTS The term Casual Vacancy not defined in Companies Act means any Vacancy caused due to death, resignation, and disqualification of Auditor.The Casual Vacancy is a British miniseries based on the novel of the same title by J. K. Rowling. Directed by Jonny Campbell and written by Sarah Phelps, the series premiered on 15 February on BBC One in the United Kingdom and on 29 April on HBO in the United States. A big novel about a small town, The Casual Vacancy is J.K. Rowling's first novel for adults. It is the work of a storyteller like no other. With The Casual Vacancy, she has, once again, proved that very few authors can touch her astounding ability at doing just that. Brutal in its realistic depiction of a small town and those who inhabit it, Rowling draws such fine, full, searing portraits of her characters. The Casual Vacancy is a novel written by J. K. Rowling. The book was published worldwide by the Little, Brown Book Group on 27 September A paperback edition was released on 23 July It was Rowling's first publication since the Harry Potter series, her first apart from that series, and her first novel for adult readership. The official website for The Casual Vacancy on HBO, featuring full episodes online, interviews, schedule information and episode guides.