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”მთვარეულები” დიდი ავსტრიელი მწერლის ჰერმან ბროხის 1886 1951 პირველი ფილოსოფიური რომანი ტრილოგიაა მწერალმა მეცხრამეტე საუკუნის ბოლოსა და მეოცე საუკუნის დას?. I find the compartments that this trilogy is supposed to be fit into–The Romantic The Anarchist and The Realist–less worthy of mention than the inner insanity that Broch capably delineates through his three protagonists–Pasenow Esch and Huguenau For me the human commentary will always take precedence over the historical or social It is the juxtaposition of that inner insanity with the yielded outer perspective the surface that rest of the world is given to perceive that makes one wonder whether that surface is also all that the proprietor of that inner insanity perceives–as if by some sleight we all blind ourselves to all but that perfectly normal perfectly human outer shell That is to say it is that Broch manages this polarity most capably and most blatantly with the Pasenow section by which one is almost tempted to syllogize if people can be so delusional neurotic disposed to habit and whim and yet appear to be normal and if all people I see in my world appear or less likewise normally then they too might be so ruled by delusion habit and neuroses From which it is a small step to ask ‘Might not I be counted among them’I’ll say it is a good book that can get you into this conversation with yourself The Sleepwalkers is not just a good book It is another one of those great books whose greatness is perhaps a little defined perhaps a little tainted by its ability to make the reader aware of how great it could I’ll stop short of saying should–as everyone should be and thus unavoidably how great it is not In my opinion it suffers from a lack of cohesion around its major themes–most major of which is the the disintegration meaning division or perversion than destruction of values Experimentation of style–mostly in book III–seems to be the primary means of injecting this philosophy and this for being a poor way of integrating the theme I would say makes a clever meta comment on the theme disintegration itself that is I would say if something in the text could lead me to believe that it was done intentionally for this purpose rather than as the path of lesser resistance Rather than belaboring the painstaking way through the integration of his philosophy into the narrative Broch seems content to grab the crutches and go As a result the style of the philosophical sections and that of the narrative itself veer sharply from one another The venn diagram of readers who can stomach the academic and yet not all that rigorous philosophical jargon and those who would tolerate the too often too slow too often too divergent plot developments flaunts little overlap Besides essay styles of verse and dramatic scene handicap the overall flow and presentation A little play in which the author seems content to let his characters finish each other’s sentences was particularly nauseatingBut onto the good Reading the Pasenow and Esch sections one could almost conclude that adulthood is a plague in which giant children have had the misfortune of taking themselves seriously Pasenow at least has had the luck to have than a passing acuaintance with the sage in sheep’s clothing Bertrand–who single handedly evokes comparisons to Musil’s Ulrich ie the ever wise man without ualities Esch’s association with the same Bertrand is teasingly slight and by the same token his trials comparatively boring At the same time the Esch section is an impressive delineation of the caprice that shape a man’s life–a concatenation of stimuli and reactionary whim that serve as an explication of his illusory self controlAll three sections impressively end with its protagonist–Pasenow and Esch in defeat and Huguenau in a kind of triumph–settling into an empty prescription of salvation “Joachim Pasenow was silent; it was with reluctance that he took up this thought that hung cold and bewildering between them “He is remotehe thrusts us all away for God wills us to be solitary” “He does indeed” said Elizabeth and it was not to be determined whether she had referred to God or Bertrand; but that ceased to matter since the solitude prescribed for her and Joachim now begun to encompass them and froze the room in spite of its intimate elegance into a complete and dreadful immobility; as they sat motionless both of them it seemed as if the room widened around them; as the walls receded the air seemed to grow colder and thinner so thin that it could barely carry a voice And although everything was tranced in immobility yet the chairs the piano on whose black lacuered surface the wreath of gas jets was still reflected seemed no longer in their usual places but infinitely remote and even the golden dragons and butterflies on the black Chinese screen in the corner had flitted away as if drawn after the receding walls which now looked as if hung with black curtains The gas lights hissed with a faint malicious susurration and except for their infinitesimal mechanical vivacity that jetted fleeringly from obscenely open small slits all life was extinguished”Such is the state of things as Pasenow and Elizabeth are engaged While the partnership between Esch and Mother Hentjen ends with the line“He still sometimes beat her but less and less and finally not at all”As if we are to read ‘until death do they part’ in that “finally”And even if it is the most flawed section the last seems uite right in ending contrastingly Huguenau accomplishes about everything he tries for for which we can be sure he is just as miserable as those who went before him Not a book for the Optimist’s Club Alas there is no Lemon Law for our dreams Gumdrop Races A Train is supposed to be fit Fishing for Yellowfin Tuna into–The Romantic The Anarchist and The Realist–less worthy of mention than the Der Phrasenprüfer inner Jaco the Galactic Patrolman insanity that Broch capably delineates through his three protagonists–Pasenow Esch and Huguenau For me the human commentary will always take precedence over the historical or social It Party Favours: A Novel is the juxtaposition of that 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