Die Schlafwandler MOBI í Paperback

Die Schlafwandler , 1886 1951.

10 thoughts on “Die Schlafwandler

  1. says:

    Hermann Broch is another of those early twentieth century Austro Hungarian writers whose works I have discovered and devoured over the past decade Though not as famous as Franz Kafka and Robert Musil, his work is right up there with them in its caliber and depth His magnum opus was the stunning hallucinatory prose poem The Death of Virgil, but The Sleepwalkers in the vein of Musil s A Man Without Qualities is another extraordinary work of art.German langua

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    Finire questo libro stata una liberazione E mi dispiace, perch la prima parte mi era piaciuta Poi per andando avanti, la lettura per me si appesantita, le digressioni filosofiche davano l idea di uno stacco troppo netto con il resto della storia, non scorreva Ho fatto fatica, ho avuto pi volte il desiderio di mollarlo ma la curiosit di capire dove volesse andare a parare l autore stata pi forte L idea di base trovo sia vincente l evoluzione dell impero guglielm

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    Parlare di questo romanzo non facile Avevo infatti pensato di non farlo ma, avendolo letto con un gdl, cercher di riordinare le idee.Diviso in tre parti, I sonnambuli , secondo la concezione che Broch ha della letteratura in particolare della poesia un percorso di conoscenza Scritto tra le due guerre, rappresenta il disorientamento dell individuo di fronte a una societ che non riconosce e in cui non si riconosce pi.Sono tre le reazioni e tre le fasi di questo proce

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    There are some books that are not much read but nonetheless they serve as a kind of Bethlehem star for the whole literary movements and The Sleepwalkers is one of those Driven by that extraordinary oppression which falls on every human being when, childhood over, he begins to divine that he is fated to go on in isolation and unaided towards his own death driven by this extraordinary oppression, which may with justice be called a fear of God, man looks round him for a c

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    I find the compartments that this trilogy is supposed to be fit into The Romantic, The Anarchist, and The Realist less worthy of mention than the inner insanity that Broch capably delineates through his three protagonists Pasenow, Esch, and Huguenau For me, the human commentary will always take precedence over the historical or social It is the juxtaposition of that inner insanity with the yielded outer perspective, the surface that rest of the world is given to perceive,

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    Fossimo ai tempi del bookcrossing, lo abbandonerei sul sedile di un regionale con dedica a chi lo trova e invito a farne un uso prudente Lo prenda scriverei nel biglietto blu violetto scelto per accostamento alla copertina se ha salda preparazione filosofica o se almeno ha approfondita conoscenza storica della Germania tra le due guerre In mancanza lo infili nello zaino se si ritrova come vicino di casa un germanista a cui scampanellare dopo cena per chiedere spiegazioni nessu

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    Hermann Broch was evidently a writer for the literary philosophers or philosophical literati of Central Europe Hannah Arendt wrote an introduction for the translation I read, and Milan Kundera wrote an essay about him The Sleepwalkers takes on the fragmentation of German culture between 1888 and 1918, with an middle act in 1903 The period is suspiciously close to the period of modern German monarchy, engineered by Bismarck in 1881 and dismantled by revolution in 1918 Broch wrote the b

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  10. says:

    With brilliant characters and scenes that seem to fly right from the pages, The Sleepwalkers is a very original and interesting book.

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About the Author: Hermann Broch

Broch was born in Vienna to a prosperous Jewish family and worked for some time in his family s factory in Teesdorf, though he maintained his literary interests privately He attended a technical college for textile manufacture and a spinning and weaving college Later, in 1927, he sold the textile factory and decided to study mathematics, philosophy and psychology at the University of Vienna In

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