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Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge The Notebooks Of Malte Laurids Brigge Is Rilke S Major Prose Work And Was One Of The Earliest Publications To Introduce Him To American Readers The Very Wide Audience Which Rilke S Work Commands Today Will Welcome The Reissue In Paperback Of This Extremely Perceptive Translation Of The Notebooks By M D Herter Norton A Masterly Translation Of One Of The First Great Modernist Novels By One Of The German Language S Greatest Poets, In Which A Young Man Named Malte Laurids Brigge Lives In A Cheap Room In Paris While His Belongings Rot In Storage Every Person He Sees Seems To Carry Their Death Within Them And With Little But A Library Card To Distinguish Him From The City S Untouchables, He Thinks Of The Deaths, And Ghosts, Of His Aristocratic Family, Of Which He Is The Sole Living Descendant Suffused With Passages Of Lyrical Brilliance, Rilke S Semi Autobiographical Novel Is A Moving And Powerful Coming Of Age Story

About the Author: Rainer Maria Rilke

Rainer Maria Rilke is considered one of the German language s greatest 20th century poets His haunting images tend to focus on the difficulty of communion with the ineffable in an age of disbelief, solitude, and profound anxiety themes that tend to position him as a transitional figure between the traditional and the modernist poets.He wrote in both verse and a highly lyrical prose.

10 thoughts on “Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge

  1. says:

    We humans, with our mighty brain, like to use its powers to dwell on our own condition, which is precisely, but only partly, determined by the nature of this brain with which we have been equipped.Themes like love, or an emphatic vulnerability to another being our sense of time, with memories of our

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    This novel is amazing.I am sitting here, reading the responses left by others, and what the hell Most of you are downgrading this book due to the lack of Rilke s message in this book For those of you who do not know Rilke, Rilke is considered one of the worlds greatest poets, as this was his first and only n

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    I felt repeatedly while reading The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge that I might have had a strong positive response to it if I had have a fear of death or if I was well acquainted with the poetry of Rilke I also noticed while reading that I do not have a fear of death view spoiler or at least certainly not in a ma

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    Rilke s semiautobiographical surrogate Malte Laurids Brigge is a young Dane, a noble scion adrift in early twentieth century Paris, trying to become a poet He corresponds rather well to Anthony Burgess s description, in his charming study ReJoyce 1965 , of the type of student Stephen Daedelus represents, poor, treasuring old

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    I don t imagine that I will always read I hope not, anyway For someone who is so scared of death it is rather perverse, or certainly absurd, that I spend so much of my time amongst the dead, instead of engaging with the world around me Indeed, that is why I started reading heavily, it was, I m sure, a way of turning away from a world

  6. says:

    A beautiful writing, a beginning that carried me, but then I had a little trouble No real story, and as many of the topics discussed have spoken to me, so many others have left me quite cold relationships of historical characters I know this book is a classic, and the style fully justifies it But my weak attention span and the particular genr

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    Dense, peculiar, at times impenetrable, at times utterly bursting with stunning imagery, this is an immensely difficult book to pin down And it got under my skin Proust crashing headlong into Dostoyevsky This is what happens when a writer who is, at heart, a lyrical romantic faces the dawning industrial era with a combination of absolute trepidation an

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    ChronologyIntroductionNotes to the IntroductionFurther ReadingA Note on the Text The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge Notes

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    Sometimes choosing a star rating can be difficult To avoid falling trap to such uncertainty, I try to stick as formally to the description as possible ie 1 didn t like, 2 it was ok, 3 liked it, etc What gets really hairy, though, is when I have to reconcile liked with appreciated, which can be at odds and which happens occasionally with literature This is made all the t

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    The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge isn t a very novelistic novel, as it is told as a sort of diary in the first person and is semi autobiographical Brigge is a twenty eight year old Danish man, alone and adrift in Paris He wishes to transmute his fear of death into some profound literary work and fills his notebooks with memories, historical anecdote, and sketches of the Pari

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