Me And Earl And The Dying Girl Rezensionen und Bewertungen
Eigentlich will Greg Gaines nur sein letztes Highschool-Jahr so unbemerkt und schmerzlos wie möglich hinter sich bringen. Er meidet soziale Kontakte und beschäftigt sich am liebsten mit alten Film-Klassikern, die er gemeinsam mit seinem besten. Ich und Earl und das Mädchen (Originaltitel: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) ist eine US-amerikanische Tragikomödie des Regisseurs Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl ist der Originaltitel folgender Werke: Ich und Earl und das Mädchen (Roman), Roman von Jesse Andrews (); Ich und Earl. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Revised Edition Telord iamnotchinese.co: Andrews, Jesse: Fremdsprachige Bücher. Filmplakat Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. Thomas Mann und Connie Britton in Ich und Earl und das Mädchen Jon Bernthal und RJ Cyler in Ich und Earl.
„Me And Earl And the Dying Girl“ heißt der Film im Original, beim deutschen Titel „Ich und Earl und das Mädchen“ wurde das „dying“, sterbend. Der Sundance-Hit „Me and Earl and the dying Girl“ erzählt vom jährigen Greg, der gemeinsam mit seinem Freund Earl in der Freizeit Kurzfilme dreht und. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl“ ist eine flammende Liebeserklärung an den Film, die Freundschaft und das Leben.
That's how he has survived the highschool experience so far. He ends up caving because of the nagging. This book is not deep and life altering.
This book is what all young adult books should be if they didn't have their asses on crooked and think that young people always think deep thoughts.
Because people.. That's more the norm. Take Greg for instance: So if this were a normal book about a girl with leukemia, I would probably talk a shitload about all the meaningful things Rachel had to say as she got sicker and sicker, and also probably we would fall in love and have some incredibly fulfilling romantic thing and she would die in my arms.
So if you are looking for this Go find some other book. If this is more to your liking: Jesus Christ on a cockwagon.
At the beginning of this sentence, my Feeling Like a Dick Quotient was a solid 4. By about the word "excuse", it was all the way up to 9.
By the end I was easily maxed out at Actually, I may have broken the scale. You can take pretty much any sentence in this book and if you read it enough times, you will probably end up committing a homicide.
This is the book for you. And it's frigging awesome. View all 45 comments. Jun 23, Teresa Bunner rated it did not like it. I can appreciate snarky.
And snarky certainly describes our narrator. The problem is, I can appreciate snarky when I like the character. I never grew to like Greg.
And because I didn't like him or the story line, things like the excessive cussing in the book really bothered me.
Had I liked or felt drawn to the characters, I could forgive that flaw. Heaven knows I can speak in language that would make my mother cringe and a sailor seem tame.
I was so excited to find a book with an African American I can appreciate snarky. I was so excited to find a book with an African American character represented on the front cover.
And then I was appalled as Earl and his family were defined in painful stereotypes of the African American community.
Single mom, stepdad left, multiple boyfriends, alcoholic. Brothers who are "gangbangers" and sell drugs, a run-down house.
Earl is described as looking perpetually "pissed" and having anger issues and violent tendencies. At the end, he goes to work at Wendy's instead of pursuing college.
Greg, on the other hand, is white, lives with both parents, father is a college professor, mom runs a non-profit.
Pursues film school at the behest of the dying girl. I think it really got to me when Greg described the school principal "an African American guy", big and scary and with the same "pissed" look that Earl has.
Now the author has created two "angry" African American males. I know there are those who will argue that they know someone like Earl, that it is "reality", that I am too sensitive.
But these descriptors are not accidents. If we are going to put books in the hands of kids, then we have to begin to be willing to have the hard conversations that ask why the reality here is so starkly different for these two characters.
Why can't the race of the two characters be switched? Are we going to perpetually defend the use of these stereotypes?
I just can't. View all 16 comments. Apr 09, Lala BooksandLala rated it it was ok Shelves: contemporary.
That was a weird little book. View all 4 comments. Dec 27, Steph Sinclair rated it really liked it Recommends it for: People who think they can't read or enjoy "cancer books".
Recommended to Steph by: Raeleen Lemay. Shelves: release , i-own-it , favs , tough-issues , funny , reads , amulet , young-adult , contemporary , best-characters.
Unlike the aforementioned novel, it doesn't glamorize a terminal illness and try in any way to make light of the situation.
This isn't going to be a book for everyone. The protagonist is an anti-hero who will anger the reader and make you wish he were a real person just so you could This is the book I wish received more attention than The Fault in Our Stars.
The protagonist is an anti-hero who will anger the reader and make you wish he were a real person just so you could slap some sense into him.
He is flawed in every possible way, but he was so realistic, that I couldn't help but to kinda like him.
In a strange turn of events, Greg finds himself hanging out with Rachel, a girl in his class that was recently diagnosed with cancer.
And he hates it. In the beginning he feels a sense of obligation to spend time with her because she's dying.
He gets that she's dying, but he doesn't understand how to handle it, and as a result, says some pretty offensive stuff to her and is just a general jerk.
But he keeps trying to do better, visits her in the hospital and tries very hard to make her laugh until her last day. I mean, you can know someone is dying on an intellectual level, but emotionally it hasn't really hit you, and then when it does, that's when you feel like shit.
Death sucks. Seeing it happens just multiplies that times 1, There are no heroes in a story like that. I appreciate that Andrews showed that side.
Also, bonus points for completely getting Earl's character and family right! View all 6 comments. Feb 22, Aleeeeeza rated it really liked it Shelves: faves , read , arc-netgalley-galleygrab , release , the-lulz-oh-my.
I have never in my whole life laughed this much while reading a book. Nothing much really happens--in terms of both plot or character development--and despite that, driven alone by the MC, Greg's, humorous voice, the book ends up being an awesome read.
Just to lay out how hilarious Greg's jokes are, here's an excerpt--although keep in mind, it's MUCH funnier in context I had to learn this the hard way.
Also, it's somehow worse to draw attention to the fact that there are two boobs. I don't know why this is, but it's true. If somehow you couldn't tell, the humor in this book ain't exactly G-rated.
And seeing as how this is a book about 'cancer', it's the last thing you'd expect it to be. The gist of the story has Greg, a more-or-less typical senior, bumbling along through the torture that is high school, when his life changes once his mother forces him to befriend Rachel, a girl he once knew in Hebrew school who has leukemia.
Here's the no. Even though the book is about cancer, it doesn't force itself to be all falsely emotional and life-affirming etc etc.
Because sometimes death isn't soul-crushing and earth-shattering and la-di-da--sometimes it just is , ya know? Please tell me I did not sound like a soulless bastard when I said that.
Greg's also obsessed with film making, and he loves this one movie so much-- Aguirre, Wrath of God --that he convinced even me to watch to it.
Even though a the movie is in German, b it's ages old, and c it's, well, old and foreign! So parts of the book include him making movies with Earl, his best friend, who's also a great source for laughs.
Some of the novel is in script format, and parts of it are so hilarious I had cramps from laughing so hard. I will admit, however, that sometimes Greg's jokes did get a tad tiring.
There's only so much self-deprecation you can take before it gets annoying. Even so, his sense of humor is seriously out-of-the-park zany.
Also, the last 40 pages for me, I dunno, fell a bit flat. Maybe I was expecting something even a tiny bit profound to finally happen, or maybe it was that Greg stopped cracking jokes every third sentence, which is sort of the strongest point of the book.
Who cares, though, really? Reading this book was an awwwesome, hysterically funny and upbeat experience, and if that's what you're looking for, definitely fetch a copy of this book for yourself.
View all 8 comments. Apr 15, Aj the Ravenous Reader rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , lol , somebody-s-sick , reality-bites.
Even though at the end of each chapter and there are 40 chapters, plus an author's note and an epilogue , the narrator keeps nagging at the reader about how stupid this book is and how the reader will not learn anything, I on the contrary have an endless list to negate such claim.
All of these things and more are what I learned from the book: 1. If the author through his main character keeps warning you to stop reading his "stupid book", by all means read it.
Even if he tells you that you might Even though at the end of each chapter and there are 40 chapters, plus an author's note and an epilogue , the narrator keeps nagging at the reader about how stupid this book is and how the reader will not learn anything, I on the contrary have an endless list to negate such claim.
Even if he tells you that you might want to commit homicide or murder the author himself after reading the book, READ IT.
Because I can promise you that it is going to be one of the most original books you'll ever read. The book made me realize that Veronica Roth patterned the premise of her phenomenal series on the most mundane and most common institution- the High School.
It's really no different from a post apocalyptic society with factions like the ff: a. The Band Group- Amity b.
The Theater Group-Abnegation c. The Smart Group- Erudite d. The Jocs- Candor e. The Stoners- Dauntless f.
The loners- Factionless. The analysis and the link to Divergent factions were done by yours truly. I'm not very good with acronyms and it's always a pleasure to learn a new one.
I learned one from the book. I learned a lot about film making. The general idea about how people look like rodents or birds.
The excessive modesty reflex which is clearly annoying but it just can't be helped. Just because something is weird and hard to understand doesn't mean it's creative.
The use of the phrase "little did I know" totally doesn't make sense and I was laughing so hard because I sometimes use this phrase in my reviews.
That is definitely going to change from now on. Books about cancer don't always have to be terribly emotional and heartbreaking and that it's possible for a book to make me laugh out loud page after page.
That for a book to be smart doesn't have to include extremely smart characters and sophisticated words.
View all 73 comments. This was funny and realistic and I kinda don't really know how to feel about it.
It was a really good pick! Thank you to my bestie for suggesting we do this one on audio together! So before I get into this review, lets chat for a minute.
Anyone who knows me knows I collect signed books. I have hundreds. So now we both have a signed copy of this awesome book!
It was hilarious. Greg and Earl were the best. This is not just a book about a dying girl. View all 32 comments. Feb 13, Maureen rated it really liked it.
This was a pretty freaking great book. I really enjoyed it and laughed out loud at a lot of parts.
It's not your typical YA - or typical cancer story for that matter - and that's what I loved about it. View 1 comment.
Feb 09, Tatiana rated it really liked it Recommended to Tatiana by: Kirkus. Shelves: , ya. Although both Jesse Andrews and John Green had the same intention - to write a story about cancer that was different from those other tearjerky novels, in my eyes, Andrews was much more successful at stepping away from melodrama and cliches of the genre than Green.
Of course, Andrews does not yet have a publicity platform of Green's magnitude to promote his novel, so I am glad to be able to As seen on The Readventurer Me and Earl and the Dying Girl was my second "cancer book" in as many months.
Of course, Andrews does not yet have a publicity platform of Green's magnitude to promote his novel, so I am glad to be able to help him out a little, because, from my perspective, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is a better, more honest, more real book than The Fault in Our Stars.
It is better mainly because it does not try to force you into feeling all the obvious things we are expected to feel reading stories about young, terminally ill characters.
There is a certain compulsion to idealize cancer kids, lives ending so tragically early and all that.
It is also pretty common to practically guilt you into feeling sorry for their specific predicament. But I like that Andrews allows his characters, even his hero, to be resentful and maybe indifferent towards or burdened by the illness, that his cancer-stricken patient is not an ever-so-wise, heroic saint, that there are maybe no life lessons to learn from such personal tragedies.
Maybe having a dying girl in your life is just an event that will affect you in a major way, or maybe it will not and that would be okay, too.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is not all about cancer though, in fact, the dying girl subplot plays only a relatively small part in Greg's story.
It is more about Greg defining himself, stopping to play so safe, about bringing a little more focus onto his future and about understanding of who he is.
The author might be a little coy repeating again and again in his narrative that there is no point to this novel, but there is one.
Another good thing about Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is that it is very funny. But it was funny to me nevertheless.
Great dialogue, self-deprecating humor albeit occasionally too self-deprecating to be not annoying , vulgarity, wacky secondary characters, fresh to me approach to portraying cancer - I enjoyed it all and I hope you will too.
May 04, Natalie Monroe rated it really liked it Shelves: hate-the-characters-hate-the-book , protagonists-i-want-to-laser-face , pleasantly-surprised , great-but-not-quite-there-yet , real-problems , laugh-out-loud-humor , he-s-so-bad-but-he-does-it-so-well.
It keeps the humor and self-aware nature of the novel and adds just a pinch of poignancy to make it feel worthwhile. Because the book doesn't take itself seriously enough and I love that about it, but I also love how the producers tweaked it for a more mainstream audience.
They're both brilliant on their own. It's an outrage. Original review 3. This book is pure snark. We love snark! Cynical Natalie: Not if the characters are assholes.
Greg is like the worse version of that kid from Diary of a Wimpy Kid. He's selfish, inconsiderate, and an all-around jerk. Nice Natalie: What do you expect, he's a teenage boy.
That's what makes him real. Cynical Natalie: Just because he's a teenage boy doesn't give him liberty to be a douche.
He treats Rachel like a burden, which I grudgingly accept because it is sort of realistic. But even towards the end when view spoiler [she was dying hide spoiler ] , all he thought about was how he didn't want her to die and it made him really sad.
Nice Natalie: Greg already warned us ahead of time this isn't the kind of book where he goes through Acceptance and receives some big epiphany about life or something.
It's a refreshing change from The Fault in Our Stars. And he's funny! Nothing is stupider and more ineffective than Excessive Modesty Mode.
God forbid, witnesses you hobnobbing with theater kids, he will immediately assume you are gay, and there is no force on earth greater than the fear jocks have homosexuals.
It's like the Jewish fear of Nazis, except the complete opposite with regard to who is beating the crap out of whom. So I guess it's more like the Nazi fear of Jews.
Cynical Natalie: You know what else is funny? The Big Bang Theory. We love it to pieces and ship Shamy obsessively, but that doesn't mean its jokes aren't sometimes sexist, racist, and borderline offensive.
Greg makes some pretty sexist jokes, like saying fourteen-year-old girls are psychotic and their hobbies include not eating and yelling at parents.
I was a fourteen-year-old girl once and I'll kick him right in his experimental-film-loving nuts. Nice Natalie: He wasn't that pretentious.
Even you were impressed by how the author made him so relatable, even though his hobby is really indie.
And the different formats are cool. Cynical Natalie: Point taken. But Rachel, whom this book is supposed to revolve around, hardly has any personality.
Nice Natalie: That's because Greg never took the time to know her. It's part of his character and why he's realistic— Cynical Natalie: —and there's zero plot.
It's just a big flow of events. Nice Natalie: Not exactly. According to literature class Cynical Natalie: Here we go , the climax of a plot doesn't have to contain fighter jets or explosions, the MC simply has to come to a great realization.
Greg realizes view spoiler [he wants to go to film school, even though he acknowledges he might just end up at Wendy's someday.
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Submarine The Way Way Back The Art of Getting By Paper Towns Comedy Drama Mystery. Little Miss Sunshine Edit Storyline Seventeen-year-old Greg has managed to become part of every social group at his Pittsburgh high school without having any friends, but his life changes when his mother forces him to befriend Rachel, a girl he once knew in Hebrew school who has leukemia.
Taglines: This is the poster where you meet my co-worker Earl. Edit Did You Know? Quotes Earl : You gonna play with them titties?
Um, Earl's right. All the ways that we tried to make a film for you, just kind of turned out completely horrible.
So, yeah. It got me thinking about the reason that we wanted to make this film for you in the first place, and, you know, when it comes right down to it, and you just say it, without screwing around, um, I believe in you.
You can do it. In this scene, Greg looks at a bunch of cameras on his shelf, realizes how phony he is, and turns off the camera.
It was cut from the movie because the director thought the movie would be better without it, even though it was hard to say goodbye to.
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