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Wie lang wird das Leben des Kindes sein das gerade geboren wird Wer sind wir wenn uns die Stunde schlägt Wer wird um uns trauern Jenny Erpenbeck nimmt uns mit auf ihrer Reise durch die vielen Leben die in einem Leben enthalten sein können Sie wirft einen scha. Incredibly brilliant writing on essentially the interconnections between a series of alternate universes I bought the book without knowing anything about it except my affection for Erpenbeck and I think I might have benefited from not knowing the concept which has been spoiled all over Goodreads but I won't address it here This is structurally fascinating 5 linked short novels that congeal into a whole that sums up a life better than a realist novel could There are stylistic differences based on era that help set the books apart My plea is to give it through part two until then it might feel a bit cliched but she's building something wonderful here This complaint is nothing definitive but I found myself drifting when I read it particularly at the confusing beginning of part 3 there's a reason it is written the way it is but I think it's a misstep Part 4 is the highlight of the book and has an absolute sublime 3 pages 107 109 in my edition that sing This is a sad sad sad piece of fiction so bear that in mind too It's not really like anything else which is its best uality

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D lebendig erzählt Erpenbeck wie sich was wir »Schicksal« nennen als ein unfassbares Zusammenspiel von Kultur und Zeitgeschichte von familiären und persönlichen Verstrickungen erweist Der Zufall aber sitzt bei alldem »in seiner eisernen Stube und rechnet?. Breathtaking vivid writing but it almost didn't feel like the writing belonged in a novel It felt like it should have been music instead As I read I got the same feeling I get when I listen to Barber's Adagio for Strings As with the Barber piece there are beautiful incantatory phrases that build to piercingly beautiful and very sad resolutions But the resolutions are lyrical and thematic rather than providing narrative closure The language does not build to a resolution as a novel typically does There is almost no sense of narrative momentum So I'm not sure if I love this work as a novel to be read silently I'd love this story set to music as a choral piece maybe words to be sung aloud in a holy place

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Rfen Blick auf die Verzweigungen an denen sich Grundlegendes entscheidet Die Hauptfigur ihres Romans stirbt als Kind Oder doch nicht Stirbt als Liebende Oder doch nicht Stirbt als Verratene Als Hochgeehrte Als von allen Vergessene Oder doch nicht Meisterhaft un. A child dies But this is not the end no the beginning What if she hadn't died What if her life went on and she died in the despair of unreuited love or in a senseless pogrom of 'Trotskyite' elements or celebrated at the height of literary fame or in obscurity forgotten and alone in an old people's home What does it take to survive the twentieth century To be tossed on the waves of two wars the Spanish flu economic collapse totalitarian regimes the fall of communism and yet keep bobbing up to the surface How do you cheat death waiting just outside the window A lump of snow a patch of ice different clothes a party functionary who remembers your apple strudel the right foot instead of the left on the stairs Life as contingent death as a freak the step between the two worlds no than a breath Unless you are the old great grandfather for whom dying is like crossing a vast room whose far side is not visibleThis is a boldly conceived story and magnificently executed Jenny Erpenbeck's sixth book is about the contingency of life and mid Europe from 1902 to 1992 That might sound a little hard to take great unpalatable lumps of philosophy and history but although she offers us here five possible biographies she never lets her gaze wander from the human individual the human cost the human pain Her tone is uiet fatalistic melancholy; the five sections vary in pace and perspective Erpenbeck seems to have a marked distaste for handing out names the child in The Old Child and Other Stories never has one at all and most of the people in Visitation are referred to in their role the gardener the architect the architect's wife Here the women are mother grandmother That works fine as long as there are no than three generations Here there are four Tiny uibble It keeps you on your toes


About the Author: Jenny Erpenbeck

Jenny Erpenbeck born 12 March 1967 in East Berlin is a German director and writerJenny Erpenbeck is the daughter of the physicist philosopher and writer John Erpenbeck and the Arabic translator Doris Kilias Her grandparents are the authors Fritz Erpenbeck and Hedda Zinner In Berlin she attended an Advanced High School where she graduated in 1985 She then completed a two year apprenticeship


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