Girl with a Pearl Earring PDF/EPUB ä Girl with

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  1. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    “I heard voices outside our front door a woman's bright as polished brass and a man's low and dark like the wood of the table I was working on They were the kind of voices we heard rarely in our house I could hear rich carpets in their voices books and pearls and fur” The Girl With the Pearl EarringWhen the Vermeers came to visit Griet’s home she had no idea they were there for her Her parents had decided given their near destitution to find Griet a position as a maid with a wealthy family Her older brother had already been placed in a Delft tile factory It was now her turn to earn the food that made it’s way into her belly She was after all seventeen Johannes Vermeer was a master painter recognized even in his own time as one of the best but he was a slow painter He would only paint when he was inspired to paint An empty purse or a rumbling stomach were never enough inspiration to make him paint faster He averaged only two to three paintings a year As someone who has always admired his paintings I do wish he had been prolific with his brush but the fact that there are so few paintings by Vermeer make them all the precious Griet is thrown into this chaotic household The house is brimming with children too many children even by the standards of the day Catharina Vermeer’s wife liked being pregnant and though the added burden of a new mouth to feed each year places extra financial stress on her husband and her mother Maria Thins she is oblivious to the conseuences Their fortunes wane and fall based on the property incomes of her mother than on the commissioned paintings of Vermeer Each year the purse strings get pulled a bit tighter There is one patron a man who has bought several Vermeer paintings who they all have to curry favor withVan Ruijven His wealth infuses him with an air of entitlement He is used to getting what he wants and when he sees the wide eyed beauty who has just joined Vermeer’s household he decides he wants her Vermeer has found from the very beginning that Griet is different She sees the world as a painter sees the world He finds reasons to have her help him by grinding paints and assisting with the objects that populate his paintings It is only natural that a young girl would start to have feelings and dreams regarding a man such as Vermeer He is not only talented but he is also attractive with those gray eyes that see so much than anyone else ”I did not like to think of him in that way with his wife and children I preferred to think of him alone in his studio Or not alone but with only me”She becomes very adept at lying so she can spend time in the studio The soldier in The Procuress reminds me of Van Ruijven One of the most interesting things about this painting is the precariously perched pitcher It makes me so nervous that I want to reach into the painting and move it to somewhere saferVan Ruijven like odious men always seem to be is adept at finding young women alone He is not wanting to gossip with her or exchange thoughts about the weather or to woo her or to cajole her into parting with her charms His hands with fingers like hooks push against her clothes weighing the curve and shape of her She has to fend him off without offending him Griet has another man in her life not one that she would choose but one that is infatuated with her Pieter the butcher’s son wants to make her his wife Being the wife of a butcher is a dream for many women because she and her family will always be well fed A butcher is miles away from dream landscape of being the wife of a master painter Tracy Chevalier has deftly conceived the possibility of The Girl with the Pearl Earring being a maid in the Vermeer household With each new revelation the tensions between Griet and Catharina tighten like lute strings pressing into tender flesh Maria Thins a realist runs interference between all parties as best she can but Catharina beset by jealousy and churlishness has difficulty seeing the bigger picture I’ve read where other reviewers were disappointed in this book They felt that very little happened but they must be the same people who think baseball is boringI was on the edge of my seat while reading this book as if I were watching a ten pitch at bat in the bottom of the ninth with two outs The deception of the pitcher trying to outmatch the uick hands of the batter The shifting of the outfield depending on the ball the pitcher intends to throw next The subtle communications between the catcher and the pitcher Add a base runner at first and now the situation feels like Griet trying to maneuver her way through a world of lust deviousness and deceit Does she run or does she wait for something to happen? There are lots of moments that need no dialogue as Griet experiences impossible longings “I could not think of anything but his fingers on my neck his thumb on my lips” There are things we can’t say because they can not be unsaid Scarlett Johansson played Griet in the 2003 movie of The Girl With the Pearl EarringThe painting that Vermeer paints of Griet is a compromise to Van Ruijven who wanted much much With her direct gaze at her audience and the slight parting of her lips this is an acceptable form of pornography slightly scandalous fodder for gossips but not anything that could bring unwanted attention from the authorities It gives Griet a shiver to think of her captured innocence resting under the lecherous eyes of Van Ruijven but better a painting than losing that which she wishes to give her future husband I bought a canvas copy of The Girl With the Pearl Earring last year The print is gallery wrapped which gives the painting animation as if it can jump away from the wall and walk into this life She is hung over the staircase with enough light from the window over the door to show off the skill of Vermeer to illuminate When people walk in the door they are struck as millions over centuries have been struck People who don’t know a Vermeer from a Dali have to take a moment to access and appreciate her lustrous beauty From where I sit to read I can see her and occasionally she catches my eye a flirtation that makes me feel years younger ”I looked at the painting one last time but by studying it so hard I felt something slip away It was like looking at a star in the night sky if I looked at one directly I could barely see it but if I looked from the corner of my eye it became much brighter”If you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at

  2. Daniel Daniel says:

    Another one of my wife's recommendations I read a lot of books that way I picked it up from the bookshelf the night we came back from seeing the film with Scarlett Johansonn and Colin Firth I loved the movie it was just so incredibly sumptuous and was curious to know the story in the novel which I knew from experience and from my wife's continuous comments would be different detailed I was rightChevalier has won a place in my heart and bookshelf Her novels are well crafted simple to follow and addictive; Girl was no exception The story of the maid Griet in 1600's Delft Holland was amazing in its simple prose and endless emotion Completely fictional no one knows who exactly were the models for any of Vermeer's paintings it nonetheless possesses a veracity that makes you believe Chevalier found the long lost journal of this unknown woman and wrote her novel based on it The details of seventeen century Holland are rich; you feel you are walking the canal lined streets of Delft smelling the pungent scents of the Meat Market holding your breath as Vermeer paints next to you Griet is a wonderful protagonist taking you into her world yet retaining a few secrets for herself especially where Vermeer is concernedGirl is one of those novels that truly invites you and almost kidnaps you to become part of the story to walk next to the characters to share in their lives to feel as they feel Watch the movie by all means the photography is absolutely incredible but then read the novel and get the whole story You will not be disappointed

  3. Kate Kate says:

    I know almost nothing about art but even I can tell that Girl With a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer is a brilliant painting; 'captivating' is probably the best word to describe it One presumes that Chevalier agrees with me and this is what lead her to write a novel about the painting its subject and its creator So is the novel as captivating as the piece that inspired it?The short answer would be 'no'Now for the longer answerChevalier is probably one of the best known historical novelists of the last ten years with this book always in the foreground when she is discussed As far as historical information goes I think she does okay with it I had a pretty clear picture of the Netherlands in the seventeenth century by the time I was done with the book whether or not its accurate or not is another matter but I felt at times that there wasn't that detail that critics proclaimed about on the coverThe characters I feel are never truly developed Vermeer himself remains a mystery throughout even to the protagonist and narrator Griet who appears to have some connection with him Griet meanwhile is what I would describe as a stock teenage girl character She is similar to many characters I've read before and yet she does not really advance on thatThe narrative style is one that I would have adored at 14 but by now find to be pedestrian This is first person narrative at its simplest and blandest and I don't feel that we gain anything from it the novel may just as well have been in third person and would not have suffered for it It may even have benefited from itThe structure is interesting Split into parts that represent years rather than having chapter breaks makes it difficult to find a stopping place at times and it is this than anything else that makes a page turner of the novel Meanwhile the entire thing seems to be building to the inevitable moment when Vermeer will paint Griet The scenes are handled with less intensity than I had hoped for from the build up and once the painting is finished Chevalier seems to want nothing but for the novel to be over too and closes it down rather too uicklyPerhaps the fact that little is known about Vermeer's life would imply that a fictional version of it would be easy to tell Sadly the gaps in knowledge seem to be too big to fillAt the end of the novel I had discovered how this work came about the girl staring out from it but still had almost no real idea of the man behind it It is in my opinion a failure in this respectHowever it is a good read if you're looking for something historical but not too heavy Or if you like art there are some interesting discussions about colour in there I can see why many people enjoy this novel but I cannot fathom why some hold it in such high acclaim I feel it will be some time before I read anything else by Tracy Chevalier

  4. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Girl with a Pearl Earring Tracy ChevalierGirl with a Pearl Earring is a 1999 historical novel written by Tracy Chevalier Set in 17th century Delft Holland the novel was inspired by Delft school painter Johannes Vermeer's painting Girl with a Pearl Earring Chevalier presents a fictional account of Vermeer the model and the painting The novel was adapted into a 2003 film of the same name and a 2008 play Sixteen year old Griet lives with her family in Delft in 1664 Her father has been recently blinded in an accident and the family's precarious economic situation forces Griet's parents to find her employment as a maid in painter Johannes Vermeer's household Becoming a maid casts doubt on Griet's respectability because of the bad reputation that maids have for stealing spying and sleeping with their employers It is not revealed how much of this reputation is earned At the Vermeers she befriends the family's oldest daughter Maertge but is not on good terms with Cornelia one of Vermeer's younger daughters She also becomes friendly with Tanneke the other house servant but is careful to remain modest and unobtrusive for fear of making Tanneke jealous تاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه نوامبر سال 2001 میلادیعنوان دختری با گوشواره مروارید؛ نویسنده تریسی شوالیه؛ مترجم گلی امامی؛ تهران، نشر چشمه، 1380 در 237 ص؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان آمریکایی بریتانیایی سده 20 معنوان دختری با گوشواره مروارید؛ نویسنده تریسی شوالیه؛ مترجم طاهره صدیقیان؛ تهران، کتابسرای تندیس، 1381، در 269 ص، شابک 9789645757401؛نقاشی روی جلد کتاب را، «یوهانس ورمیر»، در سده ی هفدهم میلادی کشیده است، حدس‌ها برای شناسایی نام این مدل نقاشی، بسیار گسترده بوده؛ و همه ی آنها، به علت عدم وجود مشخصه‌ ای ویژه، در صورت، لباس، یا حتی محیط، در حد حدس و گمان، باقیمانده‌ است از جمله ی حدسها، به «ماریا ورمیر دختر بزرگ یوهانس»، «مدلینا ون رویژون دختر دوست و حامی یوهانس، پیتر ون رویژون»، و یا مدل گمنامی، که در خانه ی «ورمیر» به عنوان پیشخدمت کار می‌کرد، میتوان اشاره کرد جدای از همه ی این حسها و تفاسیر، این اثر از معدود آثاری است، که الهامبخش بسیاری از نویسندگان، نقاشان و فیلمسازان در سده ها پس از شکل گیریش بوده‌ است از جمله همین نویسنده «تریسی شوالیه» نیز تحت تاثیر همین نقاشی داستان را آفریده است؛ ا شربیانی

  5. Barry Pierce Barry Pierce says:

    I approached this novel trepidatiously How could I ever suspend my disbelief with this work? How could I ever believe such a ridiculous tale about Vermeer and one of his most revered paintings? I must admit that I opened this novel expecting to utterly detest the lies it weaves By page two I realised that I was an idiot who should never be listened to Griet is hired as a maid to the Vermeer family in Delft This novel supposes that Griet the maid was the sitter for Vermeer's great work Girl with a Pearl Earring However that is not the story or at least it is only a small part of it The novel mainly concerns the inner workings of the Vermeer household and Griet's attempts to keep everything in control It is a fantastic character study and I do admire Chevalier's bravery in using the first person narrative Whilst I will admit that at times Griet's dialogue is somewhat stilted and some lines are just downright odd 'His smile made me grip my broom tightly' was one line that made me chuckle due to its utter ridiculousness she is never an annoying or tiring character I really enjoyed the subtlety and delicacy of the novel The plot flows along nicely which causes you to really fly through the narrative It is not a criticism that I often voice but I would have almost liked for this novel to be longer I feel I will truly miss Griet I must say that I am somewhat smitten with this novel It genuinely surprised me It's really great

  6. Ivana - Diary of Difference Ivana - Diary of Difference says:

    Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest I have read this book so many times And even after re reading this book so many times it is and will always remain one of my favourite books a story that is evergreen and has such an emotional story worth retelling Tracy Chevalier has been inspired by the artwork of Johannes Vermeer and his most famous painting the Girl with a Pearl Earring that she decided to write a story of what she believes might have happened behind that painting For me when looking at paintings this is one of the things that cross my mind – what is the actual story behind it what was the relationship between the painter and the people on the painting what were they all thinking and what did their lives look like In this book we are able to enter this world where we see a story of what might have happened here and this story is a wonderful experienceThis is a story about Griet’s life Griet lives in a house with her poor family a blind dad who worked all his life to gather a bit of money for them and a mother that always fought for the family With their money running low Griet has to go and work as a maid in the house of Vermeer who is a famous painter Even though uite young Griet uickly knows her tasks to iron to cook to grab groceries from the market and the most important bit – to stay out of everyone’s way and do her jobIn the house things are not easy Griet is not treated with respect her family is worried about her the plague kills her sister and the butcher’s boy wants to marry her Griet doesn’t feel anything for this boy but having meat on the table every day for her and her family is too big of an advantage to be just thrown away I personally never liked the butcher boy because he knew very well what his advantage was and he kept reminding Griet how she depends on him to feed her family ‘’Her words surprised me but when I looked in her eyes and saw there the hunger for meat that a butcher’s son could provide I understood why she had set aside her pride’’ But Griet has a secret crush on Mr Vermeer and a great admiration for his work And Mr Vermeer notices Griet’s curiosity and gives her tasks around the studio which in the end results in him painting her Griet gets to be involved in his world learning what he does and working for him in secret while his wife is bearing another child of his Even though Griet secretly feels like she is betraying the wife she can’t help but feel joj when Vermeer pays attention to her ‘’ The clothes soaking in the kitchen went cold the water grey Tanneke clattered in the kitchen the girls shouted outside and we behind closed door sat and looked at each other And he painted’’ Now in the 21st century it is normal for ladies to pose and be painted but in that time it was a disgrace for a maid to be painted Men didn’t have the respect towards women as they do now some of them And when Griet finds herself being painted she knows the conseuences but as a maid she has no voice to object She knows this uite well In the end the story is very powerful and heartwarming While we read about how Griet sees and thinks we will start to love her watch her grow and learn so much I am forever grateful I have found this book I have read the 20th Anniversary Edition of this amazing book which was kindly sent to me by the publishers The Borough Press and Love Reading UK in exchange for my honest reviewBlog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest

  7. Collin Collin says:

    A reread 45 StarsGriet had not been told that she is to become the painter Vermeer’s maid her mother only revealing the job to her after the Vermeer’s had already been inspected Griet and left Griet has no say in the matter Her father was a tile painter before a tragic accident in which a kiln explosion claimed his eyes and trade The family who were already struggling treading water now find themselves slowly slipping beneath the surfaceHer father explains to Griet that she is to be a maid for the famous painter Vermeer Cleaning his studio will be one of her main tasks It is 1664 in the city of Delft Holland Griet has been brought up a protestant but the Vermeer’s are catholic and Griet wonders how life will change and what differences she will find in a Catholic householdThe first time she sees the painting that Vermeer is currently working on she is struck with awe She has never seen anything like it in her life before On the Sunday that she has free and returns to spend with her family she describes the painting for her fatherThese Sunday visits are soon taken from Griet as the area in which her family live is uarantined with word spreading that the plague has surfaced in the vicinityShe finds out from Pieter the son of the butcher where she purchases the meat that her parents are well but that her sister Agnes has taken ill Pieter is a cheerful gregarious chap and falls for Griet He does not hide his feelings and makes his intentions known to Griet Griet tells him that she is only seventeen and has no feelings for him however this does not dissuade PieterGriet’s parents decide with Pieter being the son of a butcher that he is a good match for Griet and invite him for dinner Griet feels that she is helping the family by playing her role in securing their future and a marriage could lead them out of penury However she is doing this out of family duty and harbours no feelings for Pieter other than friendshipOne day Pieter tells Griet that Vermeer had a child with one of the maids in his painting Alarmingly she asks him what happened to the maid He answers her with “What happens to girls like that?”Before the uarantine is lifted Griet receives the terrible news that her sister has passed Griet is grief stricken At first Griet barely sees Vermeer He is nearly always locked away in his studio studiously painting One morning the baker’s daughter is ill and Vermeer asks Griet to stand in for her in a painting he is working on From this day on Griet and Vermeer grow closer Vermeer starts showing Griet how a painting is created from scratch Griet is utterly entranced She has never seen a painting being painted never met a master painter before Her feelings start to grow stronger for Vermeer with each passing day Griet shows an unusual talent for colour and arrangement and Vermeer is uietly surprised and happyVermeer then teaches her how to mix paints but as she grows closer to Vermeer she becomes aware that all this can be taken away from her in an instant Vermeer’s wife knows nothing of this work Griet is doing for him Griet becomes used to this new way of life and it is not until Maertge the eldest daughter tells her that she is going to be moved from the attic where she mixes the paints back to the cellar that she realises what she will be missing “I slowed my pace Years of hauling water wringing out clothes scrubbing floors emptying chamberpots with no chance of beauty or colour or light in my life stretched before me like a landscape of flat land where a long way off the sea is visible but can never be reached If I could not work with the colours if I could not be near him I did not know how I could continue to work in that house”While Griet has been working at the Vermeer’s household she has picked up an unwarranted admirer A powerful and rich admirer He is Vermeer’s patron van Ruijven and he has his eyes set on GrietAlthough Vermeer is a famous painter the household is in debt Vermeer’s extreme slowness in painting leaves him with only a few paintings to sell each year So when his patron van Ruijven reuests that he paint Griet Vermeer has little choice but to complyGriet is trapped she does not want to sit for the painting but Pieter sums up her situation in a sentence “But you have little power of what happens to you”The painting of Griet has an almost pornographic taboo feel to it It feels as if lines have been crossed and that boundaries have been brokenThere is no illusion that Griet thinks she is in love with Vermeer Griet is seventeen and naïve apart from Pieter she has never been courted by a man and is blithely unaware of her beauty When Vermeer sees Griet with her hair down freed from the cap that has always remained on her head He realises that he may be falling in love himself There is always a sexual tension almost like a charge of electricity between the two But will this tension result in action? And if the two do engage in a clandestine affair whare does that leave Griet? What hope is there for her? She is placed in an impossible situation with no positive outcome in sightThis novel makes the reader think about the relationship between master and servant How Griet only seventeen and very naïve is caught up in the grey area that exists between the two roles She sways back and forth like a ship in a storm one minute reminded of her humble life while working on the household tasks then a completely different world mixing colours and helping Vermeer with his painting Griet’s place in the Vermeer household is never secure she seems to be always teetering of the verge of being thrown out with Vermeer himself the only tether keeping her safeHow is Griet going to get herself out of this situation and is she than just the naïve country maid that everybody thinks she is?This was a reread for me and it has lost nothing in the years since I read it Not much is known about Vermeer during these years so Chevalier had a great deal of license to play around with and she has done a wonderful job creating a believable and enjoyable novel 45 Stars

  8. Madeleine Madeleine says:

    So the parts when Vermeer was actually being a painter were interesting Seeing as I slogged through this on account of a recommendation that arose from an art class lecture on Vermeer I was hoping that the art stuff would at least deliver But it's not a good sign when a book's most compelling moments revolve around two people grinding pigments And no Grinding pigments is not a euphemism for artist bangin' It is uite literally referring to the detailed descriptions of how paint was made in the days before those fancy metal tubes replaced pig bladders as the paint storing vessels of choiceThis was the most predictable book I've read in a while and that includes the two graphic novel series that are simply retelling stories I know well in a new medium I knew exactly where the plot was going within the book's first dozen pages Every subseuent thread was introduced with the subtlety of a sledgehammer and the writerly finesse of a 14 year old's first attempt at fanfiction It was also pretty obvious what stereotype everyone was going to play from his or her very first appearance There really isn't a multi dimensional character in this book I understand that the first person voice is a limited perspective by its nature and I would write it off as just that if the peripheral characters were the only flat archetypes but even the narrator doesn't carry any convincing weight Griet is the protagonist because she's the main character And because all of the characters with whom she has scuffles are inexplicably bitchy Not giving characters any real motivations not making them behave and interact believably and generally preferring to tell rather than show all contributed to making this whole book feel sloppy underdeveloped and rushed If Girl with a Pearl Earring was maybe 200 pages of really hammering out the story and its players maybe then it'd be a satisfying read At least it's mercifully uick and mostly painless at its current lengthI say mostly painless because there are some groan worthy lines showcased here While pages would have maybe benefited the plot there is nothing save for a control freak editor that could have improved the prose itself I could not get past the clunky writing It didn't take me long to get violently annoyed by the author's fondness for hitting the reader over the head with the most obvious attempts at subtle foreshadowing by way of forcing too much weight on these flimsy laughably ominous one sentence paragraphs There were numerous other technical things that kept grating on me about the writing and its myriad shortcomings Among them Griet saying things like I always regretted that decision to indicate that she's looking back on a time that is very clearly written as the present; not one character shows any development throughout the novel; sixteen year old Griet the daughter of a tile painter somehow knows about painting and composition than Vermeer a professional artist who actually managed to garner some fame during his living years Even when the book pissed me off which was often I will admit that I never found Griet herself to be irritating maybe because I kept fantasizing about Scarlett Johansson to save my brain from oozing through my ears? but I was irked at how it felt like Chevalier was Mary Sue ing her way through the character The way that every man whom Griet encountered in the whole damn book fawned over and flirted with her the way she was presented as being uneducated but naturally clever just because she sometimes spoke her mind and separated her chopped veggies by color the way Griet's family was painted as these simple sheltered little Protestants who knew nothing of the world around them there was far too much black or white for me to take anything about the book seriously I don't care enough to write about this book any So Every other gripe I have notwithstanding here are three of the book's most glaring failures Vermeer for being the central male character remains an enigma It's not that he's shrouded in an air of charming mystery but rather that his personality is nothing than a bunch of suppositions that Griet just knows about him Griet does not ever refer to Vermeer as anything other than he or him Not Once It made her sound like a starstruck teenybopper and it undermined any sense of genuine affection between the painter and his maid The similes Oh dear sweet Baby Jesus the similes I now know that I have a limited tolerance for the number of trite comparisons of faces and voices to household objects that I encounter in one novel all thanks to the time I spent reading this book

  9. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    I CAN'T SHOUT MEH LOUD ENOUGHThe popular fame obtained by this book and its subseuent movie version starring Scarlett Johanssontwo hours laterSorry I was daydreaminghad me expecting a tumultuous romance a grab ya and hold ya reading experience But thisI don't know what this was but it wasn't exciting in the least Girl With a Pearl Earring is about a maid who becomes a model who gets her picture painted and attracts the notice of a few men The painter is famous so that's interesting His patron is rich of course and expects to get what he wants so there's your villainkind of Really our protagonist's main enemy is jealousy But that enemy's effectiveness is uashed by another force money And that leaves us with a less dramatically emotionally affecting book I read through to the end expecting something bigger to happen the whole way but even though it never did I did still manage to get through it all so there's something to be said for thatIn the end however this book has to say about as much as does a picture of a beautiful woman Not much In related newsMy overly sensitive and irrational wife would like me to take down my Johansson picture collage homage from the ceiling over our bed But as I've explained ScarJo needs the support of her #1 fan

  10. da AL da AL says:

    Beautifully written and read aloud this is an imagining of the possible life of the girl depicted in Vermeer's lovely painting

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About the Author: Tracy Chevalier

Born October in Washington a Pearl PDF ↠ DC Youngest of children Father was a photographer for The Washington PostChildhoodNerdy Spent a lot Girl with PDF/EPUB ² of time lying on my bed reading Favorite authors back then Laura Ingalls Wilder Madeleine L’Engle Zilpha Keatley Snyder Joan Aiken Susan with a Pearl Epub Ü Cooper Lloyd Alexander Book I would have taken to a desert island Anne of Green Gables by LM MontgomeryEduca.