Georges Simenon Merike Riives Tatjana Hallap
- Title: Saint-Pholieni kiriku poodu. Leskemand Couderc
- Author: Georges Simenon Merike Riives Tatjana Hallap
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- Page: 330
- Format: Paperback
Saint Pholieni kiriku poodu on ks paremaid Maigret lugusid, milles kuulus politseikomissar endale vanajumala igused v tab ks saladuslik ja n rvitsev reisija j b Saksa Hollandi piiri l hedal raudteejaamas ilma oma kohvrist ning laseb ennast Bremenisse j udnult maha Komissar Maigret l, kes seda enesetappu l bi lukuaugu pealt n eb, tuleb n d v lja selgitada, mis igupSaint Pholieni kiriku poodu on ks paremaid Maigret lugusid, milles kuulus politseikomissar endale vanajumala igused v tab ks saladuslik ja n rvitsev reisija j b Saksa Hollandi piiri l hedal raudteejaamas ilma oma kohvrist ning laseb ennast Bremenisse j udnult maha Komissar Maigret l, kes seda enesetappu l bi lukuaugu pealt n eb, tuleb n d v lja selgitada, mis igupoolest toimus ning kes oli too saladuslik reisija Varsti saab selgeks, et ta ei olnud ldse sama inimene, kelle pass tal taskus oli ning loo juhtniidid n ivad viivat hoopis Prantsusmaale.Kokku on Simenon kirjutanud Maigret st 75 romaani ja 28 l hijuttu Paljud hilisemad autorid on pidanud teda oma suureks eeskujuks, sest tema raamatute tegelased on v ga inimlikud ning sageli peituvad ka kuritegude juured pigem hiskonnas kui inimloomuse rikutuses Simenoni romaanid j rgi on tehtud terve hulk filme, telesarju ja kuuldem nge.
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The more Maigret novels I read, the more I believe I've made a good choice in reading the entire series. I am only through book four and I'm already craving the next one. This time I'm linking my thoughts on this book directly to my reading journal where I talk about it in conjunction with the other two I've just recently finished, The Carter of 'La Providence' and The Late Monsieur Gallet. crimesegments/2017/09/Simenon is a master of human nature, and considering I read mainly to discover what [...]
The Hanged Man of Saint-Pholien (also published as Maigret and the Hundred Gibbets ) begins with Detective Chief Inspector Jules Maigret following a French suspect in Germany, one who commits suicide within the first few pages. Maigret immediately realizes that, without meaning to, he has caused a certain Louis Genet to shoot himself in the mouth. This terrible turn of event leads Maigret to try to discover more about this Louis Genet — who turns out to be traveling under an assumed name. As M [...]
On a train journey, Inspector Maigret espies a shifty, nervous young man guarding a battered old suitcase with odd intensity. Maigret judges the man suspicious and so follows him, then at an opportune moment let’s a strange curiosity gets the better of him and switches the man’s suitcase for a lookalike. Later though he witnesses the man open the new case and be so horrified by what he finds – or what he doesn’t find – that he immediately blows his brains out. But when Maigret opens th [...]
Georges Simenon is the antidote to all those fussy little mysteries where everything is so clear-cut, and all the detective has to do is waltz between a few suspects until he or she finds the guilty party in a final dash of brilliance. No, there is a kind of Gallic fog about Simenon's Inspector Maigret. Maigret is French to a fault. We start out Maigret and the Hundred Gibbets with a few very discordant facts, and very little idea of whether a crime was committed or, if so, the nature of that cr [...]
Au terme d'une mission accomplie à Bruxelles, Maigret, intrigué par un individu suspect aperçu dans un petit café de la ville, le suit jusqu'à son arrivée à Brême où l'inconnu, qui s'appelle Jeunet, se suicide en constatant qu'on a substitué à sa valise une autre toute semblable. Maigret, qui avait procédé à cette substitution pendant le voyage en train, s'aperçoit que la valise de Jeunet contient de vieux vêtements tachés de sang. 4* Pietr the Latvian (Maigret, #1)3* The Carter [...]
An early Maigret that doesn't disappoint. Simenon himself was a bit of an enigma and the way he writes Maigret in these early books probably tells you a lot more about how Simenon saw himself than it does about the man who would go on to star in over 70 detective novels. And no more so than this highly enjoyable read.This is probably as much of a psychological study as Simenon could make his Maigret novels; unlike his other work, his roman durs, Jules Maigret inhabits the lighter side of Simenon [...]
Questo romanzo, il quarto della serie del commissario Maigret, è stata una lettura molto coinvolgente ed amara. Simenon, con uno stile quasi dimesso, ci precipita nel grigiore della provincia olandese, con ambientazioni povere, squallide, così lontane dai fasti dei viali parigini.Anche i personaggi sono falsi, ambigui, nervosi e l’inchiesta del commissario procede con fatica in questo clima teso e misterioso, a volte quasi da dramma psicologico più che da romanzo giallo.Fortemente condizion [...]
3.5 starsThis is my favorite Maigret thus far. I really enjoyed this one and it really deserved a 3 and a half stars from me. This is the 4th book in the series and I have about 71 more to go.
Second sad story in a row. I guess you can pity criminals here too. Only I'm not sure they are even criminals but they were sufficiently punished by life for their crime. This is the story about four sad men half of which went crazy from unbearable guilt.Maigret here is always late until he comes on time.
A poignant and moving examination of suicide and youthful idealism again showing there is much more to Georges Simenon's Maigret series than simple detective stories. Excellent.
Otra magistral muestra de dominio del género por Simenon. Maigret es un gran tipo, el policía que sufre con los delincuentes.
I was excited when Penguin started reprinting all of George Simenon’s Maigret novels, but the first in the series, Pietr the Latvian, indicated that the early Maigret novels were somewhat unpolished compared to the later novels where Maigret had matured as a character. I needn’t have worried – this fourth novel is classic Maigret, where the focus is more on the psychology of the characters than pulp detective action. The story begins when Maigret follows a man acting suspiciously and inadv [...]
I like the Maigret stories. I like Maigret: he has none of the annoying eccentricities of many literary detectives: he is just a cop going about his business in a thoughtful and conscientious way. I’m not sure that he is a more complex character than, for instance, Sherlock Holmes, and, perhaps, like Holmes, he is no more than an accumulation of clear but simple characteristics (his physical bulk, the pipe, etc), but, at least for me, these characteristics come together to form a more realisti [...]
My least favorite Maigret so far. As far as I know this one was never filmed, and I can see why. It hurts to give Simenon one star, but this book was uneven. Maybe Simenon was experimenting with the "romans durs" that he would later write, but this novel seems to fall between the two stools of the police procedural Maigret and the "roman dur"--in the most unsatisfactory manner.I do like the fact that Maigret is not the perfect supercop of modern PP fiction: he makes mistakes, gets the wrong idea [...]
This is a story of a crime committed by a group of students some 10 before; their individual responses in what was joint enterprise means they struggle to get on with their lives. Some have prospered but all carry the guilt and when a man down on his luck kills himself it acts as a new threat to uncover the past. Especially as in the next room was Maigret, who had been observing the man and witnessed his suicide but now has material evidence to solve the crime just weeks before the statute of li [...]
This is definitely the best Maigret I've read, but it loses something towards the end. For the first 90 pages or so, it's the ultimate French mystery--you have no idea where all of this leads, but the characters and situations are so fascinating and odd--the little man who carries around a cheap suit stained with blood, the artist who paints picture after picture of a man hanging outside a church--that you keep reading. The end ties it all together relatively clearly, but so quickly and so clums [...]
Georges Simenon said that "every criminal case has a feature of its own, one that you can identify sooner or later and it often provides the key to the mystery." At the center of Simenon's fourth Maigret mystery, The Hanged Man of Saint-Pholien, is a haunting series of drawings depicting men hanging from gallows, tree branches, and a church steeple. The pulpy page turner begins with the suicide of a man traveling from Holland to Germany under an assumed name, and then leads Maigret to the discov [...]
The brevity of these books makes them easy to gobble and they are so worth it! I have enjoyed seeing Maigret develop and the style settle in. This particular book is moody and obsessive, and we follow Maigret in his unstoppable determination to solve a puzzle, but always keeping the consequences of his actions in view. These early books seem to have little of Paris in them. At some point in maigret's career, he spends less time rambling about Western Europe and more allowing readers to get acqua [...]
My character-study-murder-mystery streak continues with Georges Simenon, who writes very concisely about very complex themes and human motivations. This book is a great example of a Maigret mystery, complete with inter-continental sleuthing on trains and seedy hotels, and a huge moral conundrum at the very end. I don't know who came first, Christie's Poirot or Simenon's Maigret, but either waye Belgians are good at solving mysteries, including those of the human mind!
O autor consegue trazer seus personagens para uma distância tão pequena de nós, que acabamos por perceber que todos poderíamos agir daquela maneira, pressionado por aquelas circunstâncias, por aquelas pessoas. Enfim, a diferença entre o crime e a virtude se esfarela quase sem surpresa alguma.
In cui accade che in seguito ad alcuni inattesi e penosi eventi Maigret si sentì stringere il cuore da qualcosa che assomigliava a un rimorso, il che, lasciatemelo dire, assomiglia a una rivelazione.
The least satisfying Maigret I have read. An impossibly complex plot is resolved by a ten-page long confession.
De jól esett ez a Maigret-kedvelő kis lelkemnek. :) Hamarosan poszt is.
"A truly wonderful writerrvellously readable-lucid, simple, absolutely in tune with the world he creates."- Murial Spark.
Jules Maigret is not like any other Golden Age detective you know. He's an actual policeman rather than the gifted amateur sleuth so common for the era. And definitely has a plebeian background as well. He's a large powerful man but doesn't tend to apply force to a problem. He's a polar opposite of Philo Vance in countless ways but they both tend to apply psychology to the mysteries they encounter. Maigret's skills come from intuition and common sense though, rather than academic study.Other rev [...]
*3,5 🌟Numa viagem de comboio, Maigret, o nosso detective, repara num homem estranho. Subtrai-lhe a sua mala e acaba por substituí-la por outra, exactamente igual. Consegue. Desembarcam os dois na mesma estação. Entram no mesmo motel. O homem percebe que aquela não é a sua mala e suicida-se com um tiro na boca. Maigret fica em choque mas decide abrir a mala para perceber o que de tão importante esta poder ter mas apenas encontra, no seu interior um fato velho, que nem sequer servia ao su [...]
has this listed as the 3rd Maigret but the fourth. Either way I think we are beginning to see a more mature writing style.This is a study on the danger of ideas and in a lot of ways reminded me of The Secret History by Donna Tartt. Maigret follows a suspicious man who posts a large amount of money to an address in France. Maigret manages to switch cases with the stranger and follows him to a hotel. When the man realises his case is gone he kills himself. The man's case just has an old suit in i [...]
De rust die uitgaat van een boek over Maigret is groot. Hij heeft dan misschien wel een vuurwapen, en dat komt ook wel even te voorschijn in dit vijfde deel van de serie, maar toch is dat niet zijn grootste wapen. Maigret kijkt. En hij zit. En hij wacht. Hij kijkt nog een poosje langer. Daar worden mensen die iets te verbergen hebben heel zenuwachtig van.Als Maigret ziet, dat iemand veel Belgische Franken (afgebeeld op de kaft van dit Zwarte Beertje) inpakt, er een adres op schrijft en het pakje [...]
This is quite a conundrum. First Maigret begins following a man he feels is doing something illegal, but he has no idea what. He inadvertently causes this man's suicide. During the ensuing investigation he encounters three men who are somehow connected to each other and to the dead man. Maigret knows they are guilty of something, but what? Things begin to get dangerous for the Inspector as he travels the streets of Liege.I was perplexed and a little upset by this story, but Inspector Maigret pre [...]
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