Ein ganzes Leben

Ein ganzes Leben

Robert Seethaler / Jul 17, 2019

Ein ganzes Leben Als Andreas Egger in das Tal kommt in dem er sein Leben verbringen wird ist er vier Jahre alt ungef hr so genau wei das keiner Er w chst zu einem gestandenen Hilfsknecht heran und schlie t sich als

  • Title: Ein ganzes Leben
  • Author: Robert Seethaler
  • ISBN: 9783446246454
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Als Andreas Egger in das Tal kommt, in dem er sein Leben verbringen wird, ist er vier Jahre alt, ungef hr so genau wei das keiner Er w chst zu einem gestandenen Hilfsknecht heran und schlie t sich als junger Mann einem Arbeitstrupp an, der eine der ersten Bergbahnen baut und mit der Elektrizit t auch das Licht und den L rm in das Tal bringt Dann kommt der Tag, an demAls Andreas Egger in das Tal kommt, in dem er sein Leben verbringen wird, ist er vier Jahre alt, ungef hr so genau wei das keiner Er w chst zu einem gestandenen Hilfsknecht heran und schlie t sich als junger Mann einem Arbeitstrupp an, der eine der ersten Bergbahnen baut und mit der Elektrizit t auch das Licht und den L rm in das Tal bringt Dann kommt der Tag, an dem Egger zum ersten Mal vor Marie steht, der Liebe seines Lebens, die er jedoch wieder verlieren wird Erst viele Jahre sp ter, als Egger seinen letzten Weg antritt, ist sie noch einmal bei ihm Und er, ber den die Zeit l ngst hinweggegangen ist, blickt mit Staunen auf die Jahre, die hinter ihm liegen.

    Arbeitsmedizin Ohren wachsen ein ganzes Leben lang WELT Neben den Ohren legten die Forscher ihren Zollstock an Bauch, Rcken, Kopf, Armen, Hnden und Beinen an Erstmals liegen damit Daten ber die Entwicklung des Krperbaus bis zum .Lebensjahr Der Trafikant Robert Seethaler Inhaltsangabe Eine Tabaktrafik, meist abgekrzt zu Trafik, ist in sterreich ein Geschft fr Tabakwaren, Zeitungen, Zeitschriften und Schreibwaren.Man erhlt dort auch Fahrkarten fr den ffentlichen Nahverkehr oder Parkscheine Der Begriff lsst sich ableiten von ital traffico fr Handel oder Verkehr. Jens Spahn Leben Spahn wuchs zusammen mit zwei jngeren Geschwistern im Dorf Ottenstein auf, einem Ortsteil von Ahaus im Kreis Borken im Norden des Westmnsterlandes Nach dem Abitur an der Bischflichen Canisiusschule in Ahaus absolvierte Spahn eine duale Berufsausbildung zum Bankkaufmann bei der Westdeutschen Landesbank in Mnster, die er mit dem IHK Abschluss Anthony Burgess Burgess wurde in ein katholisches Elternhaus hineingeboren, das zerbrach, noch ehe er drei Jahre alt war Im November starben kurz nacheinander seine Schwester und seine Mutter an der damals grassierenden Spanischen Grippe.Der Junge wurde darauf zunchst bei einer Tante untergebracht und kehrte erst in den Haushalt des Vaters zurck, als dieser sich wieder verheiratet hatte. Brexit Reichster Brite flchtet nach Monaco May News Der reichste Brite, Unternehmer Sir Jim Ratcliffe, will seinen Chemie Konzern nach Monaco verlagern, um Steuern zu sparen Besonders heikel an der Sache Er ist Brexit Befrworter.

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        Robert Seethaler ist ein sterreichischer Schriftsteller, Drehbuchautor und Schauspieler.


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    1. A touch of Alpenglow“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” – Ralph Waldo EmersonThe Austrian author Robert Seethaler gingerly depicts the austere life of a man, Andreas Egger, living and working in a remote alpine village where he has arrived in his early childhood as an orphan. He glances through Egger’s working life, his marriage and his encounters with socia [...]


    2. Set in an Austrian mountain valley, Andreas Egger lives a simple existence. He is thoughtful, although his father was unkind to him, and he is kind and gentle. In his younger years, he worked farms, and then as modern conveniences began to approach even this small hidden valley, he worked in construction of cable cars to lure tourists. He loves and is loved in return. After his youth is gone, and after he’s once been rejected for service, he’s sent off to war. Endures hardships.Returning to [...]


    3. "Scars are like years, he said: one follows another and it’s all of them together that make a person who they are.""My thigh hurts a bit, but that’s all. Now the two of us can limp down to the valley side by side.’‘No,’ said Egger, and stood up. ‘Every one of us limps alone!'And that is what this book is. The story of a man limping through his life. His is a life that most of us lead. With a number of uneventful years between two eventful memories. The eventful itself being either so [...]


    4. The title of Robert Seethaler’s novel is very eloquent - there is a whole life between the covers of this powerful little book. The life of the title is that of Andreas Egger, a quiet man whose name evokes ancient trees and remote valleys lying in the lee of mountains. The power in the story comes from Egger being at a complete remove from the modern world in spite of his being directly implicated in allowing the modern world, via cable cars, access the remote and ageless places he embodies no [...]


    5. Lovely, dark and deep.A quiet, respectful tribute to a gentle life of stoic self-sufficiency. Sort of Austrian Stoner, I imagine, set not in academia but in a remote (fictional) mountain valley where Andreas Egger works first as a general farm hand, then on the construction of wondrous, novel beasts known as cable cars that bring the twin benefits of modernity: tourism and electricity. Call-up papers to fight in WW2 come as a surprise as he had been declared unfit for service back at the beginni [...]


    6. There seemed something bland about the title of this novella to me, although it sounds grander in the original German: Ein ganzes Leben. And a whole life, like an opera, has a lot of filler in between the arias. That phrase popped up three times in this story, by my count, but was put on display when the protagonist is about to be hired for a job, and the general manager tells him this:"You can buy a man's hours off him, you can steal his days from him, or you can rob him of his whole life, but [...]


    7. It is always interesting to see what books inflame the European imagination. This novel by the Austrian writer Robert Seethaler took Germany by storm, and was released in translation last year in the United States and Canada. It really is the story of Andreas Egger’s whole life, though it runs less than one hundred and fifty pages. The orphan Andreas Egger was given to a mean old relative, Hubert Kranzstocker, who crippled him in youth. Egger hardly ever spoke, but when he was eighteen he refu [...]


    8. I love how books take me to new places. A Whole Life is set in an alpine village in Austria. I found it a treat to vicariously hike the mountains and take in the fresh air, sunshine, and wild flowers in the Austrian Alps. I also learned how arduous and treacherous life could be in the mountains, particularly in winter, during those years when there was no electricity, automobiles or cable cars, and modern amenities. The mountains can be "once so beautiful and so terrifying" at the same time. Abo [...]


    9. hepsi 139 sayfa türkçede. uzun öykü mü, novella mı, kısa roman mı diye tartışılabilecekken yazar 139 sayfada bir “büyük roman” yaratmışr hayat hikayesi, içinde felaketler, içinde dünya savaşı ve tabii büyük küçük mutluluklar, acılar, kayıplar ve bir hayat süresinde değişen, başkalaşan dünya sığmış bu küçük kitaba. eksiği kalmadan, hatta fazlasıyla sığmış. 79 yıllık bir ömür, insan kendi hayatını nasıl düşünür ya da hatırlarsa yazar ö [...]


    10. [4.5] The opening pages transfixed me with a mountain rescue scene that could have as easily happened in the time of Ötzi as in the 1920s, involving a primally named goatherd, Horned Hannes. (Its only grounding in the second millennium CE is a single exclamation of "Jesus!", though I'm sure the people of 3000BC similarly swore by some deity of long-lost name.) As the story then flashed back to begin at the beginning of our hero, the writing turned somewhat pedestrian and clunky. Andreas Egger's [...]


    11. 4.5Then he said something that, although he didn’t understand it at the time, Egger was to remember all his life: ‘"You can buy a man's hours off him, you can steal his days from him, or you can rob him of his whole life, but no one can take away from any man so much as a single moment…’Whether the devastation wrought by Nature and Man has robbed Egger of his whole life is debatable, the devastating beauty and simplicity of the ending proves the truth of those single moments.


    12. kuzey avrupalılar nasıl bu kadar etkileyici metinler yazabiliyor bilmiyorum. kısacık bir roman. son 1-2 yıldır zorlu doğa şartlarının biçimlendirdiği hayatlar üzerine yalın ama bir o kadar da güzel o kadar çok kitap okudum kiçoğu da kuzey avrupadan. karşılaştırmaya gıcık olsam da kars gibi doğu karadeniz gibi hayatın zorlu olduğu yerlerden niye böyle romanlar çıkmaz diyorum kendi kendime 70'lerin toplumcu romanlarından sonra kentleşmeyle belki, doğa -yapıcılı [...]


    13. Çeviriyi çok beğenmedim, kötü değil ama aksayan yanlar var. Kitap ise şahane. Yılın -benim açımdan- ilk favorisi.


    14. A tiny giant at just under 150 pgs or 3 1/2 hrs. for the audio version, I read and listened to the book. (My lengthy review is almost as long as the book.) Translated from its original German in October 2015,A Whole Life was the smallest of the finalists for the 2016 Man Booker International Prize, nominations for both its author and the translator, Charlotte Collins, as Roger points out in his review. "Like John Williams'Stoner or Denis Johnson'sTrain Dreams, A Whole Life is a tender book about [...]


    15. I got ‘A Whole Life’ by Robert Seethaler as a Christmas present from one of my favourite friends. I read it as soon as I got it, in one day, which rarely happens for me. It is a German book, it is around 150 pages, it has big font with wide spacing and it is a hardback – all things that I love. So, no wonder, I finished reading it in a day. I have been wanting to write about it for a while, but life distractions got in the way. Last week I saw it in the MAN Booker International Prize Longl [...]


    16. I read this poignant and wise little novel today in a single sitting. It's the kind of book that makes you want to sell all your worldly possessions and move from the noisy bustling city to a quiet cabin in the woods. It tells the story of Andreas Egger, an unremarkable man who ekes out a simple existence in an Austrian mountain valley. He is a thoughtful, gentle soul and though he encounters great hardship and misfortune, he never fails to appreciate and be thankful for the smaller things.Recou [...]


    17. (2.5) This novella set in the Austrian Alps is the story of Andreas Egger – at various times a farmer, a prisoner of war, and a tourist guide. Various things happen to him, most of them bad. I have trouble pinpointing why Stoner is a masterpiece whereas this is just kind of boring. There’s a great avalanche scene, though.



    18. Bütün Bir Ömür oldukça etkileyici bir kitap. Okurken hüzünlenmemek, yüreğinin burulduğunu veya boğazının düğümlendiğini hissetmemek zor. Yazar, kahramanımız Andreas Egger'in başından geçen felaketleri bir an için bile dramatize etmeden, soğuk ve yalın bir dille, duygulardan bahseden tek bir kelimeye başvurmadan aktarıyor. Yine de okur sayfaları çevirirken o duyguları derinden hissediyor ve bu hisler son sayfayı okuduktan sonra da uzun süre okurla kalıyor. Kitabı [...]


    19. A Whole Life is a very short novel that spans the entire life of one man, Andreas Eggers. Eggers is a lonely man who is not afraid of hard toil and a simple life, and his life is full of trials and tribulations.I thought Seethaler's writing in this novel was beautiful in its simplicity, and the descriptions of the surroundings were very atmospheric and picturesque. I liked the emphasis on nature and both its beauty and its danger, making it both friend and enemy to Eggers. His ties to the land h [...]


    20. Seethaler, bu kısacık romanında (okuduğum İngilizce çevirisi, biraz da büyük puntolarla 149 sayfa), insanın içini hem acıtan hem de ısıtan, hayatın anlamı üzerine düşünmeye zorlayan müthiş bir eser ortaya koymuş. Kitap aynı zamanda, acımasızlığını da ihmal etmeyen, teknolojinin dönüştürdüğüne de değinen bir doğa güzellemesi. Sıradan ve yalnız, ancak daima kendi kendine yeten, gerektiğinde dik durmaktan çekinmeyen, yaşadığı felaketlere karşın yenil [...]


    21. Βαθμολογία: 9/10Χάρηκα πολύ όταν πριν κάτι μήνες έμαθα ότι θα κυκλοφορούσε το συγκεκριμένο βιβλίο στα ελληνικά. Από την μια η περίληψη της Αγγλικής έκδοσης, από την άλλη οι διάφορες θετικές κριτικές και η περσινή υποψηφιότητα του βιβλίου για το Man Booker International Prize, ήταν στοιχεί [...]


    22. A couple of days ago, as I was napping in the afternoon, I received a message from a dear friend. She sent across something and asked me to rate it, and I was harsh in my rating. I felt completely apologetic when she told me it was hers and felt even worse when I found that I was wrong in my judgement, as I hadn’t read it properly. Based on my first scrutiny of the words sent to me, I judged and judged wrong. Am not justifying my actions here and neither am I trying to redeem myself by saying [...]


    23. Bütün Bir Ömür benim çok sevdiğim yalın ama etkileyici bir anlatıma sahip. Kahramanımız Egger ise yine imrenerek baktığım, büyük bir kabullenişle başına ne gelirse gelsin yılmadan -ama geride bıraktıklarını da unutmadan- her şeye rağmen dimdik ayakta duran bir karakter. Tıpkı bindiği otobüste nereye ineceğini soran şöföre verdiği "Son durağa kadar. Daha uzağa gitmiyor zaten." cevabı gibi hayatı. İç sesi kuvvetli, aşkı büyük, sorumlulukları fazla Egger [...]


    24. Just because this book can be read in one setting doesn't diminish its impact. It follows a man from his youth to death in the mountains of Austria. I didn't like it quite as well as other powerful stories of small lives (such as Stoner) but it was still thoughtful and beautiful at times.I kept thinking back to Rock Crystal, another slim novel by an Austrian that had many of the same components - avalanches, wilderness, small towns, and Christmas celebrations.Thanks to the publisher for providin [...]


    25. The life is Andreas Egger's, an Austrian. It is a rock hard one. Much of it is spent on and around mountains or in the equally inhospitable forest. This taciturn man, gnarled and mauled by Nature, is her true child and there is a grudging respect between them. It is beautifully written, heart-breakingly so. The novel is a celebration, albeit a stoical one, of this man's life. The fittest survive with little need of luxury than that which nature allows.


    26. مراجعتي لرواية "حياة كاملة"، حاولت فيها بإيجاز ربط شخصية أندرياس إيغر بشخصية متعب الهذال في "مدن الملح"روبرت زيتالر: حنين لا شفاء منهكانت سنة 1983 تحمل مفاجأة صاعقة للمشهد الروائي العربي حين نُشرت في مجلة «الكرمل» فصول من رواية لا تزال إلى اليوم (وستبقى) علامةً فارقة في الرواي [...]


    27. 3.5/5Ευχάριστη έκπληξη το μυθιστόρημα του Robert Sheethaler. Αφηγείται τη ζωή του Εγκερ από τα δύσκολα παιδικά του χρόνια εως το θάνατο του στα τέλη της δεκαετίας του 70'.Μια ζωή 80 χρόνων σε ένα απομακρυσμένο χωριό των Αυστριακών Άλπεων.Αυτό που κάνει ενδιαφέρον το συγκεκριμένο μυθιστ [...]


    28. Dumped with an uncaring relative after his mother dies of consumption Eggers connects with the mountain more than with the family that barely tolerate him and when he is strong enough to resist the thrashings will leave and make his own way as a labourer eventually earning sufficient to buy a plot of land up the mountain where he can build a cabin.He arrived in the village as a small boy in the summer of 1902, brought by horse-drawn carriage from a town far beyond the mountains. When he was lift [...]


    29. He Could Be ContentEgger lived to be seventy-nine years old. He had held out longer than he himself had ever thought possible, and on the whole he could be content.This deeply satisfying novella is the story of that contentment. It was a finalist for the 2016 Man Booker International Prize, both for its author and its perfect translator, Charlotte Collins. It is much smaller in scale than any of the other nominees that I have read, not only in page-count but also in event. Han Kang's The Vegetar [...]


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