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I first came across the writings of WG Sebald by complete accident wandering in a bookstore I accidentally caught the edge of a table and sent three or four books hurtling to the floor one was Sebald s Vertgo a book that was unfamiliar to me but one that caught my attention Although it didn t set the world on fire for me in ways I had hoped for it was no doubt the work of a true ingenious writer who pushed the boundaries of fiction into new territory Within just three pages of reading Austerlitz and faced with four sets of eyes starring at me including an owl and a philosopher I lingered for a while starring right back at them and felt this work would be different in a good way and go on to fulfil my expectations and it did to a degree For the most part Sebald s narrative cast a hypnotic spell over me I was awestruck glued to the pages and filled with a deep sensation that I can t uite put my finger on Not many other writers have left me feeling this way And yet by it s conclusion I still couldn t help feeling like a glass of water half empty rather than one half full I felt something special building in it s last third only to feel the novel fizzle out somewhat knocking back it s lasting impressionAusterlitz is in many ways so close to being a literary tour de force using the language of extended and ostensibly inconseuential melancholy to describe the life of Jacues Austerlitz whom he Sebald we presume first meets in the railway station in Antwerp studying the architecture of its waiting room It is hard to tell just how much of the narrative if any is true although it reads precisely like it was Regardless it s remarkably done Added throughout are grey out of focus photographs of people and places which lend it veracity The hero of the book or properly the anti hero since he essentially does nothing especially useful with his life was born in Prague the son of a moderately successful opera singer and the manager of a small slipper making factory who was also active in left wing politics The rise of the Nazi party in Germany and the subseuent German invasion of Czechoslovakia meant that his father had to flee to Paris never to be seen or heard from again his letters to his family confiscated by the German authorities His mother managed to arrange for her son to be sent on a Kindertransport to London He was adopted by a Nonconformist preacher and his wife near Bala in North Wales By way of long gloomy maundering accounts of his life which sometimes have the character of shaggy dog stories the narrator builds up a sense of his persona which is essentially a deeply melancholy one bereft of any friendships or a sense that he truly belongs in this world So what are we to make of all of this in a ways the account is emblematic of many ostensibly ineffectual lives of an academic intelligence wasted in a grandiose intellectual project that reuires years of taking notes but never leads to the grand book that should have resulted from it until the narrator decides to burn all the accumulation of material in a small bonfire in the garden of his terrace house But at the same time and in a way that is highly distinctive the book provides a strangely transcendent and hypnotic sense of the power of history and of the relationship between an individual and the accidents of their life I thought the Holocaust may feature heavily but it only makes up a small proportion of the book although when it does go into details it s a powerful account of the devastation wrought by the dispersal of the Jews from Prague and their treatment by the Nazis Austerlitz fails to make sense of his brutalised young self while wandering round the concentration camp at Terezen where his mother was confined which causes him to break down when he later remembers what happened The book shimmers with something akin to menace We are starting to become aware that Austerlitz is carrying around a terrible secret The drama of his life however is that he does not know what that secret is He is a man burdened by memories that he does not possess But little by little sheer chance cracks the carapace and the memories come flooding backSebald s use of the old and architectural detail biography and travelogue is uite brilliant and generally his characters are totally fixated by histories and by that especially of 19th century Europe for the lessons it carries about how apparent rationalism can turn monstrous In this as in the book s use of flashbacks ominous journeys and panoramic descriptions there are the faint echoes of Conrad s Heart of Darkness And for all the uniuely lulling rhythm of Sebald s sentences and the trademark eerie precision of his language his Antwerp fort has limbs and claws other influences too begin to suggest themselves The sense here of people being dwarfed and oppressed by systems is familiar from Kafka and Foucault even the libraries where the narrators loiter are depicted as infinitely oppressive institutions At it s heart though it s simply a story about a life Sebald includes passages with the rawness of a rare good memoir and the momentum of a rarer still convincing historical epic There is even a wide screen battle scene as Austerlitz listens to his boarding school history teacher recount the Napoleonic War confrontation of the same name The Russian and Austrian troops had come down from the mountain sides like a slow avalanche I see cannonballs suspended for an eternity in the air victims flinging up There were moments that were extraordinarily affecting and the haunting meandering journey through time place and even genre makes me feel so glad to have read this It is no doubt a uniue book by a writer who stood out from the crowd And it saddens me to think of all the future work Sebald never got to produce Had he been around today then I am sure he would have been a Nobel recipient by now Crazy Sexy Ghoulish Crazy Sexy Ghoulish #1 memória e a experiência humana. I first came across the writings of WG Sebald by complete accident wandering in a bookstore I accidentally caught the edge of a table and sent three or four books hurtling to the floor one was Sebald s Vertgo a book that was unfamiliar to The Little Book of Self Care for Auarius me but one that caught Roman Literature and Society my attention Although it didn t set the world on fire for Screening the novel Rediscovered American fiction in film me in ways I had hoped for it was no doubt the work of a true ingenious writer who pushed the boundaries of fiction into new territory Within just three pages of reading Austerlitz and faced with four sets of eyes starring at Who Was Theodore Roosevelt? me including an owl and a philosopher I lingered for a while starring right back at them and felt this work would be different in a good way and go on to fulfil Nothing to Prove: Why We Can Stop Trying So Hard my expectations and it did to a degree For the To the Last Man A Novel of the First World War most part Sebald s narrative cast a hypnotic spell over Le crime d'aimer : Les enfants du STO me I was awestruck glued to the pages and filled with a deep sensation that I can t uite put Pox Americana The Great Smallpox Epidemic of 1775 82 my finger on Not Threat Academy of Unpredictable Magic #4 many other writers have left Forever Young My Friendship with John F Kennedy Jr me feeling this way And yet by it s conclusion I still couldn t help feeling like a glass of water half empty rather than one half full I felt something special building in it s last third only to feel the novel fizzle out somewhat knocking back it s lasting impressionAusterlitz is in Forever Young My Friendship with John F Kennedy Jr many ways so close to being a literary tour de force using the language of extended and ostensibly inconseuential The Sacrificial Universe melancholy to describe the life of Jacues Austerlitz whom he Sebald we presume first Laskins Bluff meets in the railway station in Antwerp studying the architecture of its waiting room It is hard to tell just how An Orchestra of Minorities much of the narrative if any is true although it reads precisely like it was Regardless it s remarkably done Added throughout are grey out of focus photographs of people and places which lend it veracity The hero of the book or properly the anti hero since he essentially does nothing especially useful with his life was born in Prague the son of a The Seamstress moderately successful opera singer and the Vom Klassenkampf zur Volksgemeinschaft Sozialpolitik im Dritten Reich manager of a small slipper Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World making factory who was also active in left wing politics The rise of the Nazi party in Germany and the subseuent German invasion of Czechoslovakia A Puzzling Day in the Land of the Pharaohs meant that his father had to flee to Paris never to be seen or heard from again his letters to his family confiscated by the German authorities His Unmarriageable mother Omerta Battaglia Mafia #8 managed to arrange for her son to be sent on a Kindertransport to London He was adopted by a Nonconformist preacher and his wife near Bala in North Wales By way of long gloomy The Tales maundering accounts of his life which sometimes have the character of shaggy dog stories the narrator builds up a sense of his persona which is essentially a deeply GHETTO BOOTY melancholy one bereft of any friendships or a sense that he truly belongs in this world So what are we to Kanshi The Poetry of Ishikawa Jozan and Other Edo Period Poets make of all of this in a ways the account is emblematic of Korea's Cultural Roots many ostensibly ineffectual lives of an academic intelligence wasted in a grandiose intellectual project that reuires years of taking notes but never leads to the grand book that should have resulted from it until the narrator decides to burn all the accumulation of Do You Mind If I Cancel? material in a small bonfire in the garden of his terrace house But at the same time and in a way that is highly distinctive the book provides a strangely transcendent and hypnotic sense of the power of history and of the relationship between an individual and the accidents of their life I thought the Holocaust Guide to the Vascular Plants of Florida may feature heavily but it only I Don't Care Said the Bear Giggle Club makes up a small proportion of the book although when it does go into details it s a powerful account of the devastation wrought by the dispersal of the Jews from Prague and their treatment by the Nazis Austerlitz fails to The Porn Stars Sissy make sense of his brutalised young self while wandering round the concentration camp at Terezen where his When The Moon Split mother was confined which causes him to break down when he later remembers what happened The book shimmers with something akin to Homestead Kitchen: Stories and Recipes from Our Hearth to Yours: A Cookbook menace We are starting to become aware that Austerlitz is carrying around a terrible secret The drama of his life however is that he does not know what that secret is He is a Help My Boyfriend's an Alien man burdened by Ghost Tour memories that he does not possess But little by little sheer chance cracks the carapace and the House of Intrigue House #2 memories come flooding backSebald s use of the old and architectural detail biography and travelogue is uite brilliant and generally his characters are totally fixated by histories and by that especially of 19th century Europe for the lessons it carries about how apparent rationalism can turn The Wicked King monstrous In this as in the book s use of flashbacks ominous journeys and panoramic descriptions there are the faint echoes of Conrad s Heart of Darkness And for all the uniuely lulling rhythm of Sebald s sentences and the trademark eerie precision of his language his Antwerp fort has limbs and claws other influences too begin to suggest themselves The sense here of people being dwarfed and oppressed by systems is familiar from Kafka and Foucault even the libraries where the narrators loiter are depicted as infinitely oppressive institutions At it s heart though it s simply a story about a life Sebald includes passages with the rawness of a rare good Television and Irish Society memoir and the Too Good to Be True momentum of a rarer still convincing historical epic There is even a wide screen battle scene as Austerlitz listens to his boarding school history teacher recount the Napoleonic War confrontation of the same name The Russian and Austrian troops had come down from the An Unuiet Mind A Memoir of Moods and Madness mountain sides like a slow avalanche I see cannonballs suspended for an eternity in the air victims flinging up There were الفن الروماني المجلد الأول النحت moments that were extraordinarily affecting and the haunting Bearings and Azimuths: Step by Step Guide meandering journey through time place and even genre Hooked on Murder makes This Other Eden me to think of all the future work Sebald never got to produce Had he been around today then I am sure he would have been a Nobel recipient by now

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TOUTE LA M MOIRE DU MONDEIl film Austerlitz del 2015 con Denis Lavant nel ruolo del protagonista l attore feticcio di Leos Carax diretto dal praghese Stan Neumann Il film non ha circolato se non per ualche festival il suo pubblico ristretto stato confinato alla critica che lo ha definito UMO nel senso di Unidentified Movie Object gli UFO sono unindentified Flying ObjectDi fronte a pagine monolitiche prive di interruzioni e a capo con periodi lunghi ricerca del dettaglio e freuenti digressioni ci si pu perdere ma non ui Le fotografie bellissime spezzano la lettura e pi ci si avvicina alla fine e pi sembra che aumentino e compaiano anche le prime interruzioni i primi spazi bianchi proprio uando il libro sta per finire e io non lo volevo affatto lasciare volevo che continuasse senza sosta C ancora tanta memoria del mondo che Sebald pu raccontareO forse no davvero tutta ui come nel breve bellissimo documentario di Alain Resnais sulla Biblioteca Nazionale di Parigi Toute la m moire du mondeAltra immagine tratta dall UMOGli articoli e commenti che ho letto su uest opera insistono sulla ripetizione ossessiva della parola viaggio Sebald ci porta di ua e di l per l Europa avanti e indietro nel tempo e della domanda se si tratti di fiction o di non fiction Il viaggio essenzialmente temporale un viaggio nella Storia e soprattutto nella Memoria Per uanto riguarda l altra uestione direi che uesto libro la uintessenza del romanzo e che del genere romanzo utilizza espedienti vari e ingegnosi l intreccio di materiali diversi storia riflessione filosofica cronaca fotografia architettura pittura botanica entomologia la ricerca indagine il cambiamento dei punti di vista costantemente due il narratore e Austerlitz e di uando in uando ne entra un terzo Vera sopra tutti ma anche altri testimonicommentatoriportatori di informazioni che Austerlitz pi o meno casualmente incontra e incrocia le scatole cinesi il racconto nel racconto al punto che io per tutto il tempo della lettura ho avuto in mente film F For Fake di Welles L hypoth se du tableau vol e sempre di Ruiz Les trois couronnes du matelot con uella incredibile fotografia di Sacha Vierny che da sola genera immagini e atmosfera e attesa e Cortazar emi imbattei in una fotografia di grande formato raffigurante una stanza tutta caselle dal pavimento al soffitto in cui oggi vengono conservati i documenti dei prigionieri reclusi nella cosiddetta fortezza piccola di Terez n p299 301Se Sebald rintracciabile nel narratore in tutto o in parte se invece sia Austelitz o un mix dei due che cosa cambia Se i fatti narrati sono accaduti veramente se la realt entra in scena non pi romanzo Come se la realt non avesse bisogno della letteratura per diventare verit Sebbene pubblicato nel 2001 composto con scrittura di cento anni prima e atmosfere anche precedenti contemporaneamente rimane figlio della fine del secondo millennio per costruzione narrativa e uso delle magnifiche fotografiee ui sull altra fotografia disse V ra dopo ualche istante ui ci sei tu Jacuot nel febbraio del 1939 pi o meno sei mesi prima della tua partenza da Praga Avevi avuto il permesso di accompagnare Ag ta a un ballo in maschera in casa di uno dei suoi influenti ammiratori e apposta per l occasione ti confezionarono uesto costume tutto bianco Jacuot Austerlitz p e r ov kr lovny scritto sul retro per manod i tuo nonno che proprio in uei giorni era in visita da noi p197 198Io sono stato rapito da subito dalle descrizioni e divagazioni architettoniche che con me trovano terreno fertile e lettore interessato pronto a riconoscere la bellezza delle parole e dei mattoni delle fortezze militari e delle stazioni e delle banche di tutte le cattedrali che il capitalismo ha dedicato alla propria glorificazione Ma le fortezze che sembravano inespugnabili sono diventate inutili nel giro di pochi decenni uando nuove armi e nuove tattiche d assedio le hanno superate uello che doveva essere perfezione del lavoro della razionalit della durata risulta presto molto imperfetto cattedrale nel deserto Cos come spingendo all eccesso il paragone operazione che mi fa venire i brividi come tutta la perfezione tecnica l azione degli specialisti nazisti nello spianare la strada alla razza ariana e a un mondo liberato da impuri ha causato orrori e sfracelli ma si dissolta nella sua stessa perversa finta logica nella stessa maniacalit perfezionistae continuo a guardare uel viso nel contempo estraneo e familiare disse Austerlitz faccio scorrere all indietro la pellicola volta per volta e vedo l indicatore del tempo nell angolo a sinistra in alto dello schermo i numeri che le nascondono in parte la fronte i minuti e i secondi da 1053 a 1057 e i centesimi di secondo che girano talmente in fretta da non poter essere n decifrati n trattenuti p267 268 Austerlitz si muove per l Europa e nella sua memoria racconta con parole cariche di malinconia e angoscia parla al narratore ma un lungo monologo che sembra ininterrotto non interrotto n dall ascoltatore n dal tempo Sta parlando a se stesso da ui che proviene il senso di straniamento Sebald o Austerlitz che teme le parole non siano sufficienti e rimangano traballanti senza il puntello senza la verit delle fotografie In realt anche le immagini sono un magnifico raffinato artificio letterario In fondo ai replicanti di Blade Runner venivano fornite proprio fotografie per costruire una loro memoria personale e privata basata sulla finzione sull artificio E le prime foto nel libro sono di occhi occhi di uccelli rapaci notturni e occhi di uomini occhi che fissano il lettore occhi che forse guardano le altre foto dell opera per cercare la memoria perduta per cercare un identit dimenticata e uindi sconosciuta e alla fine forse per trovare solo amnesia Austerlitz crede di riconoscere la madre che ha perduto e dimenticato e poi improvvisamente e apparentemente scoperto e ritrovato crede di riconoscerla in un fotogramma Ma ha bisogno della memoria della conoscenza degli occhi di V ra per capire che un illusione sua madre non uella non in uell immagine e l fra le lettere cartelle personali programmi di sala e ritagli di giornale ingialliti mi sono imbattuto nella fotografia priva di indicazioni di un attrice la uale pareva coincidere con il ricordo offuscato che avevo di mia madre p269Dov allora la verit Nella stanza tutta caselle dal pavimento al soffitto dove oggi sono conservati i documenti di tutti uelli reclusi e scomparsi a Terez nLibro magnifico Magnifico e azzecatissimo regalo di un amica Opera ardita che si spinge in alto come la torre di Babele e forse proprio uesto ha determinato il caos e l inconcludenza di uesto mio commentoImmagine che non viene da Austerlitz ma come sempre una persona fotografata di spalle si carica di mistero e suspense Mistero e suspense di cui il romanzo di Sebald pregno Pox Americana The Great Smallpox Epidemic of 1775 82 monólogo Threat Academy of Unpredictable Magic #4 meditativo interior ao longo de um. TOUTE LA M MOIRE DU MONDEIl film Austerlitz del 2015 con Denis Lavant nel ruolo del protagonista l attore feticcio di Leos Carax diretto dal praghese Stan Neumann Il film non ha circolato se non per ualche festival il suo pubblico ristretto stato confinato alla critica che lo ha definito UMO nel senso di Unidentified Movie Object gli UFO sono unindentified Flying ObjectDi fronte a pagine Forever Young My Friendship with John F Kennedy Jr monolitiche prive di interruzioni e a capo con periodi lunghi ricerca del dettaglio e freuenti digressioni ci si pu perdere Forever Young My Friendship with John F Kennedy Jr ma non ui Le fotografie bellissime spezzano la lettura e pi ci si avvicina alla fine e pi sembra che aumentino e compaiano anche le prime interruzioni i primi spazi bianchi proprio uando il libro sta per finire e io non lo volevo affatto lasciare volevo che continuasse senza sosta C ancora tanta The Sacrificial Universe memoria del Laskins Bluff mondo che Sebald pu raccontareO forse no davvero tutta ui come nel breve bellissimo documentario di Alain Resnais sulla Biblioteca Nazionale di Parigi Toute la An Orchestra of Minorities m The Seamstress moire du Vom Klassenkampf zur Volksgemeinschaft Sozialpolitik im Dritten Reich mondeAltra immagine tratta dall UMOGli articoli e commenti che ho letto su uest opera insistono sulla ripetizione ossessiva della parola viaggio Sebald ci porta di ua e di l per l Europa avanti e indietro nel tempo e della domanda se si tratti di fiction o di non fiction Il viaggio essenzialmente temporale un viaggio nella Storia e soprattutto nella Memoria Per uanto riguarda l altra uestione direi che uesto libro la uintessenza del romanzo e che del genere romanzo utilizza espedienti vari e ingegnosi l intreccio di Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World materiali diversi storia riflessione filosofica cronaca fotografia architettura pittura botanica entomologia la ricerca indagine il cambiamento dei punti di vista costantemente due il narratore e Austerlitz e di uando in uando ne entra un terzo Vera sopra tutti A Puzzling Day in the Land of the Pharaohs ma anche altri testimonicommentatoriportatori di informazioni che Austerlitz pi o Unmarriageable meno casualmente incontra e incrocia le scatole cinesi il racconto nel racconto al punto che io per tutto il tempo della lettura ho avuto in Omerta Battaglia Mafia #8 mente film F For Fake di Welles L hypoth se du tableau vol e sempre di Ruiz Les trois couronnes du The Tales matelot con uella incredibile fotografia di Sacha Vierny che da sola genera immagini e atmosfera e attesa e Cortazar emi imbattei in una fotografia di grande formato raffigurante una stanza tutta caselle dal pavimento al soffitto in cui oggi vengono conservati i documenti dei prigionieri reclusi nella cosiddetta fortezza piccola di Terez n p299 301Se Sebald rintracciabile nel narratore in tutto o in parte se invece sia Austelitz o un GHETTO BOOTY mix dei due che cosa cambia Se i fatti narrati sono accaduti veramente se la realt entra in scena non pi romanzo Come se la realt non avesse bisogno della letteratura per diventare verit Sebbene pubblicato nel 2001 composto con scrittura di cento anni prima e atmosfere anche precedenti contemporaneamente rimane figlio della fine del secondo Kanshi The Poetry of Ishikawa Jozan and Other Edo Period Poets millennio per costruzione narrativa e uso delle Korea's Cultural Roots magnifiche fotografiee ui sull altra fotografia disse V ra dopo ualche istante ui ci sei tu Jacuot nel febbraio del 1939 pi o Do You Mind If I Cancel? 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  • Austerlitz
  • W.G. Sebald
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  • 06 May 2020
  • 9789897220517