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The famous opening of his famous acceptance speech of the Austrian State Prize
for Literature in 1968 echoes these words he first wrote in On the Mountain more
than ten years before: "There is nothing to praise, nothing to condemn, nothing ...
His thoughts now shift to the mountain inn. "Pull on wool socks ..." for the "social
scene" is bitter cold. The innkeeper must be watched, he must "keep an eye on
his fingers" if he wants to get what he asked for, such as the same room he has ...
cepted for publication by Suhrkamp, he told me in the course of that long
afternoon in Ohlsfeld (he kept saying there was another train in an hour, hour
after hour) that he trotted up his favorite lookout mountain in Salzburg and trotted
around on ...
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - MSarki - LibraryThing
On the Mountain failed for the second time in making feel anything. The words Bernhard chose to put down on paper were at the least inaccessible to me and at best came from his unconscious where even ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - j_blett - LibraryThing
After reading ten of Bernhard's novels and collections of short pieces in random order, I've decided to start at the beginning and proceed chronologically. This work, more or less a prose poem, is ... Vollständige Rezension lesen