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DOC × READER Still Alice ô Still Alice is a compelling debut novel about a 50 year old woman's sudden descent into early onset Alzheimer's disease written by first time author Lisa Genova who holds a Ph D in neuroscience from Harvard University Alice Howland happily married with three grown children and a house on the Cape is a celebrated Harvard professorDisease Fiercely independent Alice struggles to maintain her lifestyle and live in the moment even as her sense of self is being stripped away In turns heartbreaking inspiring and terrifying Still Alice captures in remarkable detail what's it's like to literally lose your mi Still Alice Lisa GenovaStill Alice is a 2007 novel by Lisa Genova set in Boston The novel is about a woman who suffers early onset Alzheimer's disease Alice Howland a 50 year old woman is a cognitive psychology professor at Harvard and is a world renowned linguistics expert She is married to an eually successful husband and they have three grown children The disease takes hold swiftly and it changes Alice’s relationship with her family and the world It was Genova's first novelعنوانها همیشه آلیس؛ من هنوز آلیس هستم؛ هنوز آلیس؛ هنوز آلیس هستم؛ نویسنده لیزا جنووا؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیست و نهم ماه ژانویه سال 2011میلادیعنوان همیشه آلیس؛ نویسنده لیزا جنووا؛ مترجم آرش طهماسبی؛ تهران، افسون خیال؛ 1389؛ در 394ص؛ 9786009200627؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان ایالات متحده امریکا سده 21معنوان من هنوز آلیس هستم؛ نویسنده لیزا جنووا؛ مترجم حمید یزدانپناه؛ تهران، نشر علم؛ 1390؛ در 322ص؛ 9789642242924؛ عنوان هنوز آلیس؛ نویسنده لیزا جنووا؛ مترجم شهین احمدی؛ تهران، نشر چشمه؛ 1390؛ در 454ص؛ 9786002291158؛ عنوان هنوز آلیس هستم؛ نویسنده لیزا جنووا؛ مترجم آمنه مجذوب صفا؛ تهران، موسسه نگارش الکترونیک کتاب، مانا کتاب؛ 1394؛ در 270ص، شابک 9786008009283؛ دسترسی از وبعنوان فیلم هنوز آلیس؛ کارگردان گلن مور؛ واش وستمورلند؛ تهیه‌ کننده جیمز براون؛ پاملا کوفلر؛ لکس لوتزوس؛ فیلمنامه نویس ریچارد گلتزر؛ واش وستمورلند؛ بر پایه داستان هنوز آلیس، از لیزا جنوا؛ بازیگران الک بالدوین؛ هانتر پریش؛ جولیان مور؛ کیت باسورث؛ کریستن استوارت؛ و ؛ آلیس استاد زبان شناسی دانشگاه استروزگار خوب و زندگی صادقانه ای داردایشان به مرور زمان درمییابند، که مسائل ساده را به آسانی فراموش میکنند، و مبحثی را که باید در کلاس درس دهند یادشان میرودنخست موضوع را چندان جدی نمی‌گیرند، اما با افزون شدن دشواری، پیش پزشک میروند و پس از انجام آزمایشات، درمییابند که به نوعی بیماری آلزایمر بسیار ویژه مبتلا هستندآلیس هرچند از شنیدن خبر شوکه میشود، ولی تلاش میکند تا تسلیم بیماری نشود؛ ؛ فیلمی نیز با مشخصات زیر از این رمان ساخته شده استا شربیانی

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Still Alice is a compelling debut novel about a 50 year old woman's sudden descent into early onset Alzheimer's disease written by first time author Lisa Genova who holds a Ph D in neuroscience from Harvard University Alice Howland happily married with three grown children an After you read this you will never look at Alzheimer's the same again Nor will you ever forget it Oh the ironyI'd always correlated Alzheimer's disease with old age and heard the best way to combat it was to exercise your brain I do my fair share of reading can solve a Sudoku puzzle faster than 98% of the population and I shun mindless chick flicks for your intelligent thrillers but I'll never be as brilliant as Alice a 50 year old Harvard professor diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's If she had been a little shallow to begin with or 20 years older If my own aunt weren't suffering from an advanced stage of the disease right now If I weren't feeling a little hazy myself when I'm up half the night with an infant Maybe then I could have put another barrier between me and Alzheimer's but I can't Alice's story scared me A lot After all what are we without the identity of our thoughts? So much for those Sudoku puzzlesI lived Alice's story right along with her crying when she cried and smiling at her accomplishments Telling your story from such an unreliable witness is a tough job and Genova handles it beautifully As the book progresses the scenes feel and misplaced As a reader I was thrust into the situation along with Alice unsure of the setting or the time or what had happened five minutes before Genova also offers some poignant scenes where we the reader know what Alice has forgotten and our heart breaks for her When she forgets her daughter her husband the layout of her house how to lick an ice cream cone we mourn the Alice lost right along with her and her family I can't imagine losing everything I learned all the way back to basic needs like how to walk feed or even use the bathroom I felt Alice's frustration at forgetting words and people and most of all being shut out because she was stigmatized with this disease as though she were already deadBecause the narration is told through Alice there are a few plot points that get lost but I think we gain than we lose from her perspective And those lost points add to all she loses Sometimes the descriptions of Boston get a little lengthy and the medical descriptions cold and drawn out giving the novel a little bit of a medical journal instead of novel feel but I was still captivated by Alice and her plight and I loved that Genova had the background to give us a real look into Alzheimer's to make it come alive in the pages view spoilerMy other disappointment with the story was that John got a chapter It's only a page and half but where Genova managed to tell everything else in the novel from a not always reliable Alice she could have managed that chapter as well Not a big issue and it didn't take away from the impact of the story hide spoiler

Lisa Genova µ Still Alice EBOOK

Still AliceD a house on the Cape is a celebrated Harvard professor at the height of her career when she notices a forgetfulness creeping into her life As confusion starts to cloud her thinking and her memory begins to fail her she receives a devastating diagnosis early onset Alzheimer's I spent the last hour trying to convince my family to put aside the trashy entertaining movies they usually watch and watch the movie adaptation of this one instead as if they’ll ever read the book LOL But as soon as I mentioned ‘‘Alzheimer’’ they started to lose interest I’m guessing it’s like that for other people too Please don’t think that this is just about a disease and that it’s going to be super boring and ‘‘textbook y’’ It’s about so much – family love what it means to live a meaningful life the pieces that hold us together I learned so much from this book and enjoyed it thoroughly and you guys know how rarely I read adult fiction Hope to break that cycle soon