[Peter Handke] Nachmittag eines Schriftstellers [women and gender studies Book] Ebook – Kindle ePUB, DOC & PDF Download


10 thoughts on “Nachmittag eines Schriftstellers

  1. says:

    Handke’s narrator suffers from a writer’s block and takes a walk around town This would be an entirely sufficient summa

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    winner of 2019 Nobel Prize nowA sort of candy of an existional novella It is about just what the title says However here we are talkin

  3. says:

    I’m not a big fan of Peter Handke Normally I find his scientificobjective outlook too cold his careful prose too dour his virtually plotless narratives too cryptic Nor do I find the comparisons to Beckett convincing—sure he’s good with language or appears to be courtesy of his translators but where’s the humour? And in fact humour

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    It could be convincingly argued that much of what Peter Handke has written is actually about the process of writing of finding words to describe what is in many cases indescribable Most of his characters are searching for something that they are unable or can't be bothered to define The search takes them from one place to another on a random or circular journey that mirrors or mimics a process of discovery The Afternoon of a Wr

  5. says:

    Even better than Absence Very short and similarly cinematic I think now I will probably read everything Handke has ever written

  6. says:

    Why was it only when alone that he was able to participate fully?My sleep has been eroded for months now first a deprivation of carbohydrates

  7. says:

    So again another book like the one I read a weekish ago Here's how I imagine the conversation wentHandke's editor Pete you done with the new book?Handke Not yet been busy with interviews the Nobel you knowE Damn Peter We need to sellH I know

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    A mere wisp of a novel exactly as advertised narrating the hours in the life of a writer between finishing his work for the day and laying down to sleep and rise to return to work the next day In between the act of writing that makes a writer who they are this novel presents as meditative meanderings spent reflecting on the act of writing as well as preserving the possibility and necessity of continuing to write on the n

  9. says:

    I finished this book in my bookstore The AC is broken it's the 4th of July and it feels as if everyone is at some palatial summer estate leaving the city abandoned to the heat the rats and the roaches This book is a short travelogue

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    Does being a writer conn

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Nachmittag eines Schriftstellers

Rtgesetzt eine Zwischenzeit also In ihr ereignet sich nichts Besonderes nichts Außergewöhnliches immerhin der erste Schnee des Jahres fällt Aber gerade dieses noch nicht durch Bedeutu. It could be convincingly argued that much of what Peter Handke has written is actually about the process of writing of finding words to describe what is in many cases indescribable Most of his characters are searching for something that they are unable or can t be bothered to define The search takes them from one place to another on a random or circular journey that mirrors or mimics a process of discovery The Afternoon of a Writer is another of these works with the significant difference that the protagonist is a writer and what s a character we are invited to take to be Handke himself His journey begins with the recollection of a time when he thought he had lost contact with language when he had been unable to work and thus had lost his purpose in being alive From his suburban house where he is living contentedly with his cat he roams into the unnamed European city spends time at a cafe where he encounters a drunk who lectures him in an incomprehensible vernacular and finally to a meeting with his translator whose cheery disposition derives from no longer being a writer This is Handke at his challenging and enigmatic best The Afternoon of a Writer is the product of a restless and fertile mind that refuses to let anything go unuestionedu

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Ngen Verstellte ist es dem der Schriftsteller auf dem Gang von seinem Schreibtisch in die Stadt von deren Zentrum zu deren Peripherie und auf dem Nachhauseweg seine Aufmerksamkeit widmet. A mere wisp of a novel exactly as advertised narrating the hours in the life of a writer between finishing his work for the day and laying down to sleep and rise to return to work the next day In between the act of writing that makes a writer who they are this novel presents as meditative meanderings spent reflecting on the act of writing as well as preserving the possibility and necessity of continuing to write on the next day Sparse often brilliant and so diaphanous as to feel banal occasionally as well a good thing I think for life is mostly just that The Afternoon of a Writer entranced me enough to read it twice this time because I m working on a novel myself in much the same tone if a tad overtly postmodern Blanchotian I really admire the delicate vulnerable yet stark tones of Handke s writing always have This one is so short I must read another right away

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Von einem Dezember Nachmittag handelt die 1987 von Peter Handke veröffentlichte Erzählung Die Arbeit am Schreibtisch ist für diesen Tag beendet sie wird erst am nächsten Vormittag fo. I m not a big fan of Peter Handke Normally I find his scientificobjective outlook too cold his careful prose too dour his virtually plotless narratives too cryptic Nor do I find the comparisons to Beckett convincing sure he s good with language or appears to be courtesy of his translators but where s the humour And in fact humour is thin on the ground in this book too but something rescues it from the brittleness of his other works As always he s intense A shaft of light seems to flood whatever he describes the details are lucid hyper real otherworldly But where so often I find his seemingly random cacophony of images meaningless here thanks to the device of the writer within the work he achieves something like harmony Added to this the extreme focus on the writer and his work creates a mirrors within mirrors effect something I always appreciate if it s done well For a work so full of apparent mundanities to achieve this magic is unusual perhaps uniue And for once Handke s habit of paring everything to the bone does not result in something too lean or austere There s warmth here And insight And inspiration

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  • Nachmittag eines Schriftstellers
  • Peter Handke
  • German
  • 02 February 2018
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About the Author: Peter Handke

Peter Handke is an Avant garde Austrian novelist and playwright His body of work has been awarded numerous literary prizes including the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2019 He has also collaborated with German director Wim Wenders writing the script for The Wrong Move and co writing the screenplay for Wings of Desire