Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback

prosastücke mobile Prosastücke PDFForty two of Walser's stories Encompassing everything from journal entries notes on literature and biographical sketches to anecdotes fables and visions it is an ideal introduction to this fascinating writer of whom Hermann Hesse famously declared If he had a hundred thousand readers the world would be a better placeResponse to a RequestFlower DaysTrousersTwo Strange StoriesBalloon JourneyKleist in ThumThe Job ApplicationThe BoatA Little RambleHelbling's St.

Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback

❴PDF / Epub❵ ☁ Prosastücke Author Robert Walser – Renegades-bempflingen.de How to place the mysterious Swiss writer Robert Walser a humble genius who possessed one of the most elusive and surprising sensibilities in modern literature? Walser is many things a Paul Klee in worHow to place the mysterious Swiss writer Robert Walser a humble genius who possessed one of the most elusive and surprising sensibilities in modern literature? Walser is many things a Paul Klee in words maker of droll whimsical tender and heartbreaking verbal artifacts an inspiration to such very different writers as Kafka and WG Sebald an amalgam as Susan Sontag suggests in her preface to this volume of Stevie Smith and Samuel BeckettThis collection gathers.

Forty two of Walser's stories Encompassing everything from journal entries notes on literature and biographical sketches to anecdotes fables and visions it is an ideal introduction to this fascinating writer of whom Hermann Hesse famously declared If he had a hundred thousand readers the world would be a better placeResponse to a RequestFlower DaysTrousersTwo Strange StoriesBalloon JourneyKleist in ThumThe Job ApplicationThe BoatA Little RambleHelbling's St.

Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback

Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback Robert Walser a German Swiss prose writer and novelist enjoyed high repute among a select group of authors and critics in Berlin early in his career only to become nearly forgotten by the time he committed himself to the Waldau mental clinic in Bern in January 1929 Since his death in 1956 however Walser has been recognized as German Switzerland's leading author of the first half of the twent

10 thoughts on “Prosastücke

  1. WILLIAM2 WILLIAM2 says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDFThese stories are delightful but you must have a penchant for the wistful and the highly discursive to engage with them WG Sebald said that Walser's sentences seem to disappear from the mind as you read them Susan Sontag adored him especially his novel Jakob von Gunten such is the buoyancy of his prose his admirably light touch Those who read mysteries and cop stories all the time probably will not be able to abide Walser For there's no plot just character Moreover as Walser himself puts it in A Village TaleNever in all my years as a writer have I written a tale in which a person struck by a bullet falls down This is the first time in my work that a person has croaked Recommend with zeal


  2. PGR Nair PGR Nair says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDFWarning This is a pretty long review of a labour of love than a love of long windedness The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes Marcel ProustIf I were asked which writer in 2015 should


  3. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDF“My name is Helbling and I am telling my own story because it would probably not be written down by anybody else With mankind become sophisticated there can be nothing curious nowadays about a person like me sitting down and starting to write his own story It is short my story for I am still young and it will not be completed for I shall probably go on living for a very long time The striking thing about me is that I am a very ordinary person almost exaggeratedly so I am one of the multitude and that is what I find so strange”Robert Walser is very rich in characters – there are many of every kind He sympathizes with the men living purposeful and spiritual life and he ridicules the empty ones who are nothing but passersby in this world And Robert Walser is always capable to see the most curious sides of life and human nature – he is ironic and but he is kind“Sundays Kleist likes and market days also when everything


  4. RandomAnthony RandomAnthony says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDFFrom the author’s bio on the inner front cover Robert Walser 1878 1956 was born in Switzerland He left school at fourteen and led a wandering and precarious existence while producing essays stories and novels In 1933 he abandoned writing and entered a sanatorium—where he remained for the rest of his life “I am not here to write” Walser said “but to be mad”Meet the first book I’ve read in a long time worthy of five starsRobert Walser’s Selected Stories is quite simply a jaw dropping revelation Walser is both aware of the ridiculousness of social interaction and his own place in the world and at the same time respectful or at least ambivalent concerning the idea that not everyone may share his perceptions He is the kind of person who could probably size up a room in thirty seconds but would be polite enough to avoid blurting out his perceptions for e


  5. Stephen P Stephen P says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDFHe has in writing explicitly invited us along with him He acknowledges that as a writer he is afraid of the reader and often apologizes to us throughout this fine collection of stories notes fragments It is an interesting relationship


  6. David David says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDFI just don't get Robert Walser I want to I really do I mean I've read a lot of the other reviews on this site most of which should come with a mop and some wetnaps and apparently anybody who ever reads this thing ascends immediately into the heavens with a pure beatific light emanating from the nucleus of his soul while a thousand choirs erupt in a song so rapturous that its very vibrations elicit a cataclysmic orgasm in all its listeners In other words I'll have what they're having So I sit there reading this book and and I don't know any other way to put it—I'm actually pressing my mind into it with an almost physical force I can feel myself exerting all of my being—almost grunting in fact—in a vain attempt to decipher that miraculous je ne sais quoi that mak


  7. Sarah Etter Sarah Etter says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDFthe thing is i love robert walser the first six or seven stories in this collection ripped my guts apart so did the last two the middle sort of slumped for me but overall i'm shocked people aren't screaming walser's name off of mountain topsit's easy to drop kafka's name every five minutes especially if you're in any sort of MFA program but walser is the spine response to a request is one of my favorite stories ever written whenever i read it i end up writing something new i want to compete with that story that's how beautiful it is and how much it challenges me remember what i told you before namely – and you’ll know it still i hope – that it is possible for one eye alone open or closed to achieve an effect of terror beauty grief or love or what have you it doesn’t take much to show love but at some time or another in your praise god disastrous life you must have felt honestly and simply what love is and how love likes t


  8. Prickle Prickle says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDFSometimes when I finish a book there’s a feeling in my mind of pure nullity where I couldn’t say a single thing about the text even if I wanted to It’s not often however that this feeling extends for weeks or even months I suspect that some people who read Robert Walser will go the rest of their lives not sparing a single synapse about him after they finish let alone a word or a sentence I myself was going to relegate my opinion or lack thereof to this near universal silence at least maybe until I read Jakob von Gunten when inexplicably today the rest of this review sprang nearly fully formed into my head at onceThere’s something about his prose pieces that slip right between the cracks of the brain or lend themselves to the feeling of hanging on the precipi


  9. Nora Dillonovich Nora Dillonovich says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDFRobert Walser's shortshort stories made me want to do the following thingstake long long walks in the countryrent a room in the home of an aging woman preferably Ursula Le Guinlay down in the woods the left side of my face upon a patch of mosspick wildfllowers slowlywrite a letter go to a mueseum with old art watch the paintings see them slowly


  10. Anima Anima says:

    Prosastücke ePUB ´ Paperback prosastücke mobile, Prosastücke PDF‘I am a kind of artisan novelist A writer of novellas I certainly am not If I am well disposed that’s to say feeling good I tailor cobble weld plane knock hammer or nail together lines the content of which people understand at once If you liked you could call me a writer who goes to work with a lathe My writing is wallpapering One or two kindly people venture to think of me as a poet which indulgence and manners allow me to concede My prose pieces are to my mind nothing nor less than parts of a long plotless realistic story For me the sketches I produce now and then are shortish or longish chapters of a novel The novel I am constantly writing is always the same one and it might be described as a variously sliced up or torn apart book of myselfROBERT WALSER “Eine Art Erz


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