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A combination of professional notebook and personal diary that records — both in short, informal handkee and through more formal, extended meditations — the details of Ek daily life in Paris from November through March Along with references to such mentors as Truffaut, John Cowper Powys, Robert DeNiro and Goethe, the journal recounts Handke’s passing im A combination of professional notebook and personal diary that records — both in short, informal jottings and through more formal, extended meditations — the details of Handke’s daily life in Paris from November through March Along with references to such mentors as Truffaut, John Cowper Powys, Robert DeNiro and Goethe, the journal recounts Handke’s passing impressions of strangers; the deep and delicate nature of his relationship with his daughter; and a brief hospital stay which stirs his ever-present fear of death.
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Jul 18, Lee rated it it was amazing Shelves: A book I use to keep from offing myself when I’m feeling shitty. Makes me see the world more clearly, amps perception, especially when depression closes eyes. It’s a journal of perceptions a slumping man sits up as a lovely lady walks by, then slumps again once she’s gone, etc and aphorisms and brief interactions organized ppeso diary format over a year and a half as the writer goes to Paris, has a nervous breakdown, and sort of recovers.
He has a daughter named A.
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There’s actually more narrative A book I use to keep from offing myself when I’m feeling shitty. There’s actually more narrative here than you’d expect, though I’ve only read it once straight through. Usually I just keep it at my bedside, bounce around before sleep. If munod seen Wim Wenders’ “Wings of Desire,” you might recognize some of the lines in here as being really similar to what those two angels say to each other in the beginning — that’s ’cause Handke co-wrote the screenplay.
Lo sterile narcisismo di moda oggi mi sembra corrisponda semmai a una posizione diametralmente opposta: Lisez-le, je vous en prie. E cosa mi pare davvero importante? Ad esempio quelle donne che ridono a mezza bocca, mentre gli uomini raccontano barzellette I had a quite specific idea what this book would be like before I started reading it, but soon discovered that it was not like that pre-conceived notion at all.
From works of Peter Handke I had read previously munod notably Mein Jahr in der Niemandsbucht I was expecting paragraphs, even munod of long, dense descriptions. Instead, it offers lots and lots of short notes, most of them just one or two sentences long and pso often even shorter than that, of random stuff the author noticed and wrote down.
It also goes some way to explaining the way he looks on deel of his picture — I mean, just look at the cover of tis volume, the downward curved lines of eyebrows, eyes, moustache and mouth, and that crumpled-up chin: There is the occasional trite remark here, and sometimes the writer is just being cranky, but for the most part there is a wealth of very perceptive observations here, from natural phenomena to human behaviour and hzndke in between, and for all the brevity of the majority of the entrances there are some longer ones later on they are all beautifully written something one would of course expect from Handkesomehow managing to combine the freshness of immediate reactions with a carefully crafted prose without seeming in the least bit contrived.
Das Gewicht der Welt is not a book to read in go, but has to be taken in small doses. It requires a certain rhythm for full appreciation, one that involves frequent pauses to let what you just read settle down and maybe ponder it for a while. And sometimes — this happened to me more than once – when you do look up from the book, blinking at your surroundings, when they do slide into focus it may seem like the world is approaching your differently, or maybe you have become differently accessible to it after reading a sentence from Das Gewicht der Welt.
It is that kind of book that opens itself to its outside, and there is a reason that none of the entries ends with a period but that they are all left open, open to continue somewhere else than themselves. And it is even less of a coincidence that the book ends with precisely that gesture — the writer lifting his face.
Mar 11, TQ-tip Shandy rated it it was amazing. Sort of a real-life notebook of observations but feels like a novel and the overall effect is to lift the reader into a realm of friendship and cohabitation with the spirit of Peter Handke.
The world through his eyes becomes a world of quiet simplicity. The hxndke dramas of life poised and balanced; reads like a smooth dance. Jan 02, Blakely rated it really liked it. I’m a sucker for aphoristic autobiography. Mar 16, M. Sarki rated it it was ok. I like Peter Handke fine enough but this book bogged down for me. I had my notepad in hand to scribble down little kernels I found tantalizing, but actually discovered few worth the ink left resting in my pen.
But it is a nice-looking book, the hardcover edition, the layout is inviting, just not so much to do while swimming the backstroke in it. Took me a summer xel mornings to finish peo and longer to sell it back.
Der guten Person oder dem schlechten Buch? Drittel Die ersten ca. Das gelingt ihm nicht. Er ist sich folglich absolut bewusst, dass er kein ‘naturgeborener Versteher’ ist, will sich aber dazu machen. Handke ist hier in erster Linie ein kitschiger Onanist. Drittel Das vergeigte Potential der ersten 90 Seiten wird sodann mit den folgenden 90 auf beinahe magische Weise rehabilitiert.
Es ist keinesfalls so, dass sich Handke vom offensichtlichen Motto der geschmacksfreien Egozentrierung verabschieden will. Er scheint mittlerweile jedoch gereift zu sein. Dabei mag ich den aphoristischen Ansatz durchaus. Das macht im Grunde ganz gewiss jeder Prosaiker so: Weshalb sollte mich interessieren, was der Autor denkt, wenn er ein Butterbrot isst?
Mich interessiert, was der Autor beim Essen des Butterbrots zu umschreiben imstande ist.
El Peso del Mundo
Jedenfalls nicht bei ihm. Ich wette, seine Romane hingegen sind sensationell Oct 11, Teresa rated it liked it. A diary of jottings and meditations: Livia rated it it was amazing Mar 20, Peter rated it liked it Oct 26, Steve Morrison rated it liked it Oct 23, Jan rated it really liked it Nov 06, Adolar rated it it was amazing Dec 03, Sarah Ongenaert rated it really liked it Mudo 30, Patrick Paterson rated it really liked it Feb 13, Kendra rated it it was amazing Oct 03, Miranda Peterson rated it it was amazing Oct 17, Sergio Peter rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Ana rated it did not like it Jul 02, Will rated it liked it Oct 01, George rated it really liked it May 20, Justin Bieberkopf rated it liked it Dec 30, Fa rated it it was amazing Aug 02, Isobelle Carmody rated it it handoe amazing Oct 08, Nick rated it it was amazing Sep 11, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Avant-garde Austrian novelist and playwright.
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