Simultan: Erzählungen

Simultan: Erzählungen

Ingeborg Bachmann / Oct 21, 2019

Simultan Erz hlungen Ingeborg Bachmann ver ffentlichte mit Simultan ihren zweiten Erz hlungsband der ihre letzte Buchver ffentlichung seit dem Ende der sechziger Jahre parallel zu den Arbeiten am Todesarten Projekt

  • Title: Simultan: Erzählungen
  • Author: Ingeborg Bachmann
  • ISBN: 9783492212960
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ingeborg Bachmann ver ffentlichte 1972 mit Simultan ihren zweiten Erz hlungsband, der ihre letzte Buchver ffentlichung seit dem Ende der sechziger Jahre parallel zu den Arbeiten am Todesarten Projekt war Mit diesem haben sie das Thema der von der M nnergesellschaft verletzten, im Leben behinderten Frau gemeinsam In der umfangreichsten Erz hlung des Bandes, Drei WegeIngeborg Bachmann ver ffentlichte 1972 mit Simultan ihren zweiten Erz hlungsband, der ihre letzte Buchver ffentlichung seit dem Ende der sechziger Jahre parallel zu den Arbeiten am Todesarten Projekt war Mit diesem haben sie das Thema der von der M nnergesellschaft verletzten, im Leben behinderten Frau gemeinsam In der umfangreichsten Erz hlung des Bandes, Drei Wege zum See, findet sich denn auch der vorl ufig abschliessende Satz sum Patriarchat lange es diesen Neuen Mann nicht gab, konnte man nur freundlich sein und gut zueinander, eine Weile Mehr war nicht daraus zu machen, und es sollten die Frauen und die M nner am besten Abstand halten

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      • Ingeborg Bachmann

        What actually is possible, however, is transformation And the transformative effect that emanates from new works leads us to new perception, to a new feeling, new consciousness This sentence from Ingeborg Bachmann s Frankfurt Lectures on Poetics 1959 60 can also be applied to her own self consciousness as an author, and to the history of her reception Whether in the form of lyric poetry, short prose, radio plays, libretti, lectures and essays or longer fiction, Bachmann s uvre had as its goal and effect to draw people into the experiences of the writers, into new experiences of suffering GuI 139 140 But it was especially her penetrating and artistically original representation of female subjectivity within male dominated society that unleashed a new wave in the reception of her works.Although Bachmann s spectactular early fame derived from her lyric poetry she received the prestigious Prize of the Gruppe 47 in 1954 , she turned and towards prose during the 1950 s, having experienced severe doubts about the validity of poetic language The stories in the collection Das drei igste Jahr The Thirtieth Year 1961 typically present a sudden insight into the inadequacy of the world and its orders e.g of language, law, politics, or gender roles and reveal a utopian longing for and effort to imagine a new and truer order The two stories told from an explicitly female perspective, Ein Schritt nach Gomorrha A Step towards Gomorrah and Undine geht Undine Goes Leaves , are among the earliest feminist texts in postwar German language literature Undine accuses male humanity of having ruined not only her life as a woman but the world in general You monsters named Hans In her later prose Malina 1971 Simultan 1972 and the posthumously published Der Fall Franza und Requiem f r Fanny Goldmann Bachmann was again ahead of her time, often employing experimental forms to portray women as they are damaged or even destroyed by patriarchal society, in this case modern Vienna Here one sees how intertwined Bachmann s preoccupation with female identity and patriarchy is with her diagnosis of the sickness of our age I ve reflected about this question already where does fascism begin It doesn t begin with the first bombs that were dropped It begins in relationships between people Fascism lies at the root of the relationship between a man and a woman GuI 144 As the daughter of a teacher and a mother who hadn t been allowed to go to university, Bachmann enjoyed the support and encouragement of both parents after the war she studied philosophy, German literature and psychology in Innsbruck, Graz and Vienna She wrote her doctoral dissertation 1950 on the critical reception of Heidegger, whose ideas she condemned as a seduction to German irrationality of thought GuI 137 From 1957 to 1963, the time of her troubled relationship with Swiss author Max Frisch, Bachmann alternated between Zurich and Rome She rejected marriage as an impossible institution Impossible for a woman who works and thinks and wants something herself GuI 144.From the end of 1965 on Bachmann resided in Rome Despite her precarious health she was addicted to pills for years following a faulty medical procedure she traveled to Poland in 1973 She was just planning a move to Vienna when she died of complications following an accidental fire Joey Horsley


    543 Comments

    1. This is my first Bachmann and I have to say that really liked her style. Vibrating, neurotic, full of hidden tension. It perfectly captures warped personality of the characters of five short stories published in this collection. Five different women. Vienneses, involved in strange male-female relationships. Uncertain, indecisive, suspended between anticipation and longing, with a sense of unspecified guilt, constantly analyze their problems, choose an escape from reality. These escapes take unus [...]


    2. Cinque racconti (quattro brevi ed uno più lungo, che dà il titolo alla raccolta) posti in una sequenza "in crescendo". Se il primo non mi ha particolarmente entusiasmato, gli ultimi due sono decisamente magistrali. L'ultimo è quello di più ampio respiro: una fotografa che ha trovato una certa fama a Parigi, a New York, e continuamente in giro per il mondo che torna nella casa del padre, in Austria, per una breve vacanza, in cerca di una difficile riconciliazione con le proprie radici, ma sop [...]


    3. pg. 164: "Sapere dunque non basta!"pg. 237: "ed Elisabeth ormai credeva soltanto alla propria voce e alle voci tutte diverse dei suoi Trotta, voci che questa volta non si levavano contro di lei. "


    4. З прекрасною Інґеборґ Бахман я познайомилася свого часу через її "Радіоп'єси". Моя улюблена — "Добрий Бог Мангеттену", яку пречудово поставили в львівському театрі Курбаса під дещо зміненою назвою "Ma-na Hat-ta (Небесна земля)". Ось так з театру, потім до збірки п'єс, тоді до поезії, [...]


    5. Stunning. Brilliant, demanding stories, intertwined by themes and recurring characters. Bachmann should be better known, but perhaps she's too jagged or too honest. Her portrayals of how men and women interact are consistently excellent, the small persistent misunderstandings and how hard it can be to even communicate. Her women, too, battle for respect and autonomy. This is strong and inspiring stuff.I began my reading of Ingeborg to explore how she influenced Thomas Bernhard, another favorite [...]


    6. non è stato facile entrare in questo libro: il primo racconto, "simultaneo", non mi pareva roba da strapparsi i capelli, e temevo uno di quei libri che si finiscono solo perchè cominciati.poi con "problemi problemi" sono entrato davvero in sintonia con ingeborg bachmann, con la sua scrittura, con le sensazioni che voleva darmi, ed è stato difficile smetterer farla breve: abbiamo cinque storie con cinque protagoniste, diversissime tra loro eppure legate da una certa inquietudine, da un certo n [...]


    7. I read this as part of the German Literature Month 2013 (GLM3) which has been an enjoyable experience and well worth checking out. I had several German-language books already on my TBR list so I had no problem finding books to read. However, this year the organisers wanted reviewers to include more female writers than in previous years. When I looked at my 'read' list I noticed that I hadn't read a single book by a female German writer which surprised me - I had started The Piano Teacher a few y [...]


    8. Simultan je druga zbirka kratke proze, avstrijske pisateljice Ingeborg Bachmann. Vsebuje pet kratkih zgodb: 1. Simultan; 2. Probleme Probleme; 3. Ihr glücklichen Augen; 4. Das Gebell; 5. Drei Wege zum See.SimultanSimultana prevajalka potuje po Italiji s poročenim moškim. Odkrije, kako tuja sta si lahko dva človeka drug drugemu. Zastavi si vprašanje Warum?. Odgovora ne bi bilo, če bi z Ludwigom govorila v francoščini. Sedaj ko je lahko z nekomer končno lahko spregovorila v svojem materne [...]


    9. Cinque racconti - del 1972, anno precedente la scomparsa prematura dell’autrice - con altrettante donne per protagoniste: tratteggiandole con grande classe, Ingeborg Bachmann ne evidenzia soprattutto le debolezze, l’incapacità di vivere, se non pienamente, almeno con sufficiente coerenza e padronanza di sé. Ho trovato più convincenti i primi quattro racconti, ben calibrati nell’ambito della loro estensione classica, meno il quinto, quello conclusivo che dà il nome alla raccolta, lungo [...]


    10. Eigentlich 0 Sterne!Wahrscheinlich das schlechteste Buch das ich je gelesen habe. Die Charaktere kann man nicht ausstehen. Nehmen wir mal Beatrix. Was für ein narzisstisches Möchtegern. Wer solch eine Frau ausstehen kann oder sogar zum Freundeskreis zählt hat doch nicht alle Tassen im Schrank. Das Buch war Pflichtlektüre und jede Seite fühlte sich an als ob mein Gehirn einen Spaziergang durch die Hölle mach. Der Schreibstil hat mir überhaupt nicht gefallen und wenn ich die Charaktere mit [...]


    11. All of the stories are well written and I remember finding a nice strangeness to them but only the last story, the title one "Three Paths to the Lake" really hit me - if you are deciding to just read one I would recommend that one. I'm just reviewing this from memory but what I remember is that "Three Paths to the Lake" - the story, brought up issues very relevant to, well, people like myself today. Mainly the issue of all the suffering in the world and how we can go on with our lives with this [...]


    12. Women and their (mostly neurotic) lives. Much is untold - and their relationships are especially unclear and wrapped in the untold. Maybe in the spirit of the times (1972) they mostly seem to let the men think they need them, when it is often not so. Or maybe it is and they are hiding the truth from both themselves and the reader?


    13. Of the five stories in this volume, the central three were definitely my favorite, and I especially liked 'Das Gebell.' A lot of people in my class disliked the female protagonists in these stories, but the only who bothered me was the main character of 'Ihr gluecklichen Augen,' an effect I think was intentional on Bachmann's part.


    14. There was no “defend yourself” here, no responsibility, no war tribunal of priests judging someone who had forgotten his honor, lost it somehow. It was depravity with the best of consciences, the idealized apotheosis of a total refusal to obey Western demands for an active life. Thomas Mann.


    15. belle queste donne della Bachmann. Belli i suoi racconti, così ariosi e angusti insieme.Un lago che è lì, a portata di mano, ma irraggiungibile e freddo e L'incompiutezza della vita, insomma.Una somma piuttosto dolente, ma non deludente.


    16. Бахман - одна з моїх найулюбленіших письменниць. Звісно, я страшенно тішуся, що тепер є шанс читати моє улюблене на рідній мові. Вона прекрасна!




    17. Zu viele Schachtelsätzedas hält ja keiner aus. Außerdem hat die werte Frau Bachmann bereits einmal übersetzen mit dolmetschen verwechselt tz tz.



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