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  • Malina author Ingeborg Bachmann
  • Ingeborg Bachmann
  • English
  • 13 March 2020
  • 9780841911895

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read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Æ Ingeborg Bachmann review Malina author Ingeborg Bachmann 109 Ves with the androgynous Malina an initially remote and dispassionate man who ultimately becomes an ominous influence Plungin. It s disgusting to put all this misery on the market just adding to what s already there these books are all absolutely loathsome What kind of obsession is this anyway all this gloom everything s always sad and these books make it even worse in folio editions Malina is an incredibly complex tragedy on the nature of insanity and to read it especially in the beginning is uite a labour A woman believes that she is a writer and all her men are fruits of her sick consciousness or personages of her unwritten book or alter egos of her cracked mind And fragment after fragment her consciousness keeps deteriorating and but the end shatters everything once again so all that has been happening comes up in absolutely different light and changes the meaning of reality Malina is an anagram of animal and it isn t accidental but symbolic to the entire surrealistic and existential substance of the book Malina is a uniue and utterly fabulous novel having many layers of narration and elucidation MeiniThe Blasket Nurse put all this misery on the market just adding to what s already there these books are all absolutely loathsome What kind of obsession is this anyway all this gloom everything s always sad and these books make it even worse in folio editions Malina is an incredibly complex tragedy on the nature of insanity and to read it especially in the beginning is uite a labour A woman believes that she is a writer and all her men are fruits of her sick consciousness or MONICA is The Prettiest Affirmations Workbook Positive Affirmations Workbook Includes personages of her unwritten book or alter egos of her cracked mind And fragment after fragment her consciousness keeps deteriorating and but the end shatters everything once again so all that has been happening comes up in absolutely different light and changes the meaning of reality Malina is an anagram of animal and it isn t accidental but symbolic to the entire surrealistic and existential substance of the book Malina is a uniue and utterly fabulous novel having many layers of narration and elucidation

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Malina author Ingeborg Bachmann

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read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Æ Ingeborg Bachmann review Malina author Ingeborg Bachmann 109 Bachmann tells the story of lives painfully intertwined the unnamed narrator haunted by nightmarish memories of her father li. The name alone suffices to be in the world Malina is one of those novels that feels completely natural to me arising almost like an organism without pretense or premeditated designs Its easy playful voice keeps me reading despite the somber themes that run underneath It is a particularly difficult novel for me to describe as it tackles many serious topics war post war time history personal relationships men and women yet when you pull back its main thrust is elusive What is this book about Who even is Malina I have no answers and in a way the answers don t really matter Yes I read the afterword with some pretty convincing angles And some of it has validityWhat matters to me is that it is enjoyable at every juncture And it feels so right just in my bones like I buy everything it says Just the whole damn thing seems so necessary and true like a lived thing It seems less a novel and a byproduct of someone s having been aliveOnce one has survived something then survival itself interferes with understanding p146