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... so she's capable of anything: get something down in my notebook: a sentence,
two sentences, so that a whole world is pieced together out of these four
sentences: a center, a point from which the universe can be developed: one
center as ...
Kafka broke down forever the old Latin structure of the German sentence, the
clauses within clauses with the verb at the end wondering what its subject was,
back there (with which Mark Twain had his fun in his European travel books) and
End of sentence. A death sentence, just like real life. Is there a faint echo here of
Kafka's K., in The Trial, done to death "like a dog" in the wasteland outskirts of the
city? Probably not a conscious response — Bernhard never mentions Kafka, ...
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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