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La guerre des boutons

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ánh mà bay và những trận chiến lẫy lừng “cười chết thôi” với “kẻ thù” Velrans mới “có dịp” thành hìnhCuộc chiến khuy cúc được coi là cuốn sách dành cho trẻ em nhưng không thể không thừa nhận sự thật nó cũng là cuốn sách dành cho người lớn Bất kỳ ai muốn hồi tưởng thời tuổi trẻ của mình đã sống động bao nhiêu tự do bao nhiêu đều nên đọc tác phẩm này Nó như gián tiếp phản ánh một cuộc chiến tranh thực thụ và làm sáng tỏ nhận định rằng loài người có thể nực cười ra sao và ch Dotted with childish bad language which is a reason I liked it as I learned new phrases this is the abridged version of a tale of wars between two boy gangs Set in a time of rural poverty in France it follows the skirmishes between the boys of two neighbouring villages When one gang captures a boy from the other one they inflict various indignities upon him The worst of these is cutting the buttons off the clothes Since all of them are very poor this is sure to elicit further agony for the victim as his parents will surely thrash himWith its Lord of the Flies type theme this book leaves not much room for the adults and closes with a very cynical sentence One of the boys says I think that when we grow up we shall perhaps be as stupid as them That last page is another reason I felt it was worth it to have read this book On the last page the boys scoff at their parents who carry on behind their backs not knowing they're being spied upon and hypocritically punish the boys for their childish sins Afghan Guerrilla Warfare: In the Words of the Mjuahideen Fighters (Zenith Military Classics) is a reason I liked Pontius Pilate, Saint Ronan of Brittany, Th�ophile: Three Plays in Verse (Classic Reprint) it as I learned new phrases this Black Friday (Maggie ODell, is the abridged version of a tale of wars between two boy gangs Set Madrid in a time of rural poverty Das Urantia Buch in France Zoo it follows the skirmishes between the boys of two neighbouring villages When one gang captures a boy from the other one they Singapore & Penang Street Food: Cooking & Travelling in Singapore and Malasia inflict various The Web and The Wing indignities upon him The worst of these The Web and The Wing is cutting the buttons off the clothes Since all of them are very poor this Vernon Downs is sure to elicit further agony for the victim as his parents will surely thrash himWith An Alpha's Trust its Lord of the Flies type theme this book leaves not much room for the adults and closes with a very cynical sentence One of the boys says I think that when we grow up we shall perhaps be as stupid as them That last page Yahweh's Wife: Sex in the Evolution of Monotheism : A Study of Yahweh, Asherah, Ritual Sodomy and Temple Prostitution (Woman in History) is another reason I felt The Love Child's Mother it was worth Shrouded Memory it to have read this book On the last page the boys scoff at their parents who carry on behind their backs not knowing they're being spied upon and hypocritically punish the boys for their childish sins

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Iến tranh thì hết sức vô ích như thế nào Chất hài hước tuyệt vời vốn tiếng lóng phong phú đến khó tin cùng những giá trị nhân văn mà nó đề cập chính là các lý do khiến Cuộc chiến khuy cúc dù đã ra đời cách nay gần một thế kỷ vẫn luôn được mọi thế hệ mọi lứa tuổi trên khắp thế giới đón nhận được dựng thành phim rất nhiều lần cả ở cái nôi của điện ảnh thế giới là Pháp và kinh đô của điện ảnh thế giới là Hollywood và được nhận giải thưởng điện ảnh Jean Vigo uy tín của Phá This book written by a young disillusioned schoolmaster and set at the end of the 19th century charts the adventures of a group of boys who have undertaken to continue an ancient feud with the nethe boys of a neighbouring village The day to day life of these children is hard with parents who live in really tough conditions and have little time or affection for their offspringThe battles are hard with sticks and stones as weapons but the title refers to the humiliation of any child unfortunate enough to be captured as their buttons and belt and shoelaces are stolenThe book reminded me of Golding's Lord of the Flies and as both authors were jaundiced schoolmasters perhaps this isn't surprising Beyond Enkription (The Burlington Files is hard with parents who live The Meri Scott Show (London Loving Book 2) in really tough conditions and have little time or affection for their offspringThe battles are hard with sticks and stones as weapons but the title refers to the humiliation of any child unfortunate enough to be captured as their buttons and belt and shoelaces are stolenThe book reminded me of Golding's Lord of the Flies and as both authors were jaundiced schoolmasters perhaps this Matthew Everingham, A First Fleeter And His Times isn't surprising

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Lũ trẻ làng Longeverne chắc chắn là những kẻ “kỳ cục” nhất uả đất chẳng có ai mong ngóng ngày tựu trường đến mòn mỏi rồi lại hạnh phúc khi chuông báo hết giờ học đến tột độ như chúng Giữa những “kẻ kỳ cục ấy” là một mối liên kết cực kỳ chặt chẽ một sự thấu hiểu cực kỳ sâu sắc mà thầy giáo bố mẹ cha xứ hay bất cứ ai khác không phải thành viên đều không lý giải nổi Thế nên những tượng thánh mặc uần những đội uân trần như nhộng những khuy cúc uần áo trong nhà không c Genius I am so excited so into their games and these little warriors Such fun such childhood At the end of the book I feel completely like a kid again Textiles And Weavers In Medieval South India into their games and these little warriors Such fun such childhood At the end of the book I feel completely like a kid again


10 thoughts on “La guerre des boutons

  1. says:

    Free download available at Project GutenbergA movie was made based on this book From IMDbThe children of Ballydowse and Carrickdowse engage in battles where they cut of the buttons shoe laces belts and braces of their captured opponents This is to get the boys in trouble with their parents They go to battle in mass groups of dozens wilding sticks and catapults and cutting off their opponents buttons etc Once they go to battle completely naked In one such scene about 30 naked boys are chasing boys from the other village to the lake only to find some girls waiting for them and they get very embarrassed


  2. says:

    Genius I am so excited so into their games and these little warriors Such fun such childhood At the end of the book I feel completely like a kid again


  3. says:

    A French classic of children's literature that can also has much to offer to adult readers The War of the Buttons chronicles the war like conflict between the boys of two rival villages in rural France at the beginning of the 20th century It's a war fought with sticks and stones and when a boy is unfortunate enough to be captured by the enemy among other indignities all the buttons from his clothes are removed and stolen which in poor communities such as those will ensure that he receives further punishment at homeIt's one of those stories told exclusively from the point of view of the children alien to the adult way of thinking but at the same time not so different from adults as they may at first seem It's a homage to the freedom and imagination of childhood but also a reminder that children are not innocent angels themselves In some ways it reminded me of Lord of the Flies in its depictions of the cruelty of children and to the William Brown series by Richmal Crompton and the Little Nicholas series by René Goscinny and Jean Jacues Sempé in its use of the children's point of view and rejection and criticism of adult societyIt also has some very funny moments like the fight between the adults of the two towns when both of them organized religious parades one town asking for rain and the other asking for less rainHighly recommended


  4. says:

    Though I didn't expect much when I picked up this book it really gave me goosebumps I know this book isn't popular and hardly ever I find someone who knows about it I still think it's brilliant First of all this story makes me want to have such wonderful childhood I'm a 21 century kid who has an unremarkable childhood The book made me wonder what it's like to be a playful naughty and carefree child And I must admit I totally fell in love with Lebrac Second of all the uniue thing of this book is that the author didn't hesitate to use such bold and shameless words It really shows what's going on in children's world They are not innocent people They swear and curse and do crazy shit all the time And finally to end this review I would give the book 9 out of 10 My gosh I wish Goodreads would have a precise scale16 11 14


  5. says:

    The book ends with the famous sentence Dire ue uand nous serons grands nous serons peut être aussi bêtes u'eux As it was written in 1912 two years before what became known as 'La Grande Guerre' this sentence is sadly ominous The book is often funny but not hilarious and reminded me of the various tribal uarrels you can find in Asterix and Lucky Luke I had some trouble in keeping my focus some parts difficult to comprehend but other enchanting and endearing The language is influenced by Rabelais so I have been told The scenery is 'la France profonde' I bought the book than a decade ago as I had vivid and fond memories of the movie made in 1962 that I had seen in my early teens in the early seventies Apparently still a classic in French literature and I do not dare to dispute that


  6. says:

    Dotted with childish bad language which is a reason I liked it as I learned new phrases this is the abridged version of a tale of wars between two boy gangs Set in a time of rural poverty in France it follows the skirmishes between the boys of two neighbouring villages When one gang captures a boy from the other one they inflict various indignities upon him The worst of these is cutting the buttons off the clothes Since all of them are very poor this is sure to elicit further agony for the victim as his parents will surely thrash himWith its Lord of the Flies type theme this book leaves not much room for the adults and closes with a very cynical sentence One of the boys says I think that when we grow up we shall perhaps be as stupid as them That last page is another reason I felt it was worth it to have read this book On the last page the boys scoff at their parents who carry on behind their backs not knowing they're being spied upon and hypocritically punish the boys for their childish sins


  7. says:

    This book written by a young disillusioned schoolmaster and set at the end of the 19th century charts the adventures of a group of boys who have undertaken to continue an ancient feud with the nethe boys of a neighbouring village The day to day life of these children is hard with parents who live in really tough conditions and have little time or affection for their offspringThe battles are hard with sticks and stones as weapons but the title refers to the humiliation of any child unfortunate enough to be captured as their buttons and belt and shoelaces are stolenThe book reminded me of Golding's Lord of the Flies and as both authors were jaundiced schoolmasters perhaps this isn't surprising


  8. says:

    This is a both piece of French fiction which I understand is taught in many high schools in France I found the story a bit dark and heavy with the elasticity of play fighting between two communities of boys turning excessively serious as the story continues The story does however provide some good glimpses into the French life in the early 20th century


  9. says:

    The boys’ hijinx is amusing enough as long as I didn’t think too hard about how horrified I’d be by that level of violence both between children and from parents to children in real life but some of the battles dragged on a little and unfortunately my French isn’t uite good enough to get all of the minced and otherwise swearing which would probably have added to the humour


  10. says:

    There was a 1994 Irish film of this Shame on Netflix for not having it