On the mountain: rescue attempt, nonsense

Marlboro Press, 1991 - 143 Seiten

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Nutzerbericht  - 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

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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

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Über den Autor (1991)

Thomas Bernhard was born to Austrian parents in Holland and reared by his mother in the vicinity of Salzburg. His temperament and erratic health created difficulties for him as he grew up in a society governed by National Socialists. Bernhard found the alpine landscapes of his native Austria far more harsh than lyrical. The isolation of the characters in his novels is only slightly mitigated by friendship, generally only between men, and never by love. Yet many readers feel this lack of sentimentality gives Bernhard's work an epic power.

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