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[PDF / Epub] ★ Am Fluß Author Esther Kinsky – Tyrakel.de Alte Fabriken ärmliche Häuser aber auch unverhoffte Streifen von Wildnis eine Landschaft an der Grenze zwischen Stadt und Land bevölkert von aus ihren Ordnungen gefallenen Menschen wie sie das wahrAlte Fabriken ärmliche Häuser aber auch unverhoffte Streifen von Wildnis eine Landschaft an der Grenze zwischen Stadt und Land bevölkert von aus ihren Ordnungen gefallenen Menschen wie sie das wahre Leben am Rande jeder Metropole prägen In neun Etappen eines Spaziergangs in der Gegend u.

M den River Lea vor London verfolgt Esther Kinsky die sich überlagernden Spuren persönlicher Geschichte und urbaner Historie dieser Flusslandschaft und nutzt die Wildnis des Marschlands als Freiraum für Erinnerung und Reflexion Der River Lea wird zur Grenzmarkierung und zugleich zu einem.

fluß pdf Am Fluß EpubM den River Lea vor London verfolgt Esther Kinsky die sich überlagernden Spuren persönlicher Geschichte und urbaner Historie dieser Flusslandschaft und nutzt die Wildnis des Marschlands als Freiraum für Erinnerung und Reflexion Der River Lea wird zur Grenzmarkierung und zugleich zu einem.

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PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ Esther Kinsky geboren 1956 hat Slawistik und Anglistik in Bonn und Toronto studiert Sie arbeitet als Übersetzerin aus dem Polnischen Englischen und Russischen Ihr übersetzerisches Oeuvre umfasst u a Werke von Ida Fink Hanna Krall Ryszard Krysnicki Aleksander Wat Joseph O'Connor und Jane Smiley Kinksy lebt in Berlin 2009 wurde sie mit dem Paul Celan Preis ausgezeichnet und 2011 erhielt

10 thoughts on “Am Fluß

  1. Hugh Hugh says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß EpubThis is an original book that is difficult to classify Much of it reads like a memoir but there are occasional forays into surreal territory that hint at unreliabilityThe core of the book is the story of a period spent living at Stamford Hill in East London and every fourth chapter describes her walks following the river Lea from there to its mouth on the Thames These read a little like a hybrid of WG Sebald especially The Rings of Saturn and Iain Sinclair Downriver with a dash of Paul Farley and Michael Symmons Roberts's Edgelands There are also atmospheric grainy


  2. Paul Fulcher Paul Fulcher says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß Epub The river meant dislocation confusion and unpredictability in a world that craved orderEsther Kinsky's Am Fluß has been translated into English as River by Iain Galbraith and published by perhaps the UK's finest publisher Fitzcarraldo Editions Pond Zone Counternarratives ETCHer narrator has left her native Germany and is living in London and towards the end of her time in the UK has for reasons never really explained moved to the outskirts of the


  3. PaperBird PaperBird says:

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  4. Neil Neil says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß Epub Under a pale sun and in the whitish shadowless light peculiar to this place and these seasons I took to following tracks which time and again led me back through the alder grove This partly mutilated wetland wood with its childhood flowers and wild birds secretly appealing to my memory was my gateway to the lower reaches to the path downstream that gradually taught me during the final months of my stay to find my own names for a city I had already spent many years labouring to decipher—names only walking and looking could force me to extract and reassemble from a web of trickling memories a debris of stored images and sounds a tissue of tangled wordsMore of a meditation than a novel River is a very visual and often almost tactile book with little or no plot but plenty of atmosphereFirst I have to make a comment about the translation It is credited to


  5. Gumble& Gumble& says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß EpubThis book is published by one of the leading UK small presses Fitzcarraldo Editions an independent publisher their words specialising in contemporary fiction and long form essays it focuses on ambitious imaginative and innovative writing both in translation and in the English language Their novels are my words distinctively and beautifully styled with plain deep blue covers and a French flap style and are often complex and dense perhaps a little too complex and dense for my tastesThis book is an English translation of Esther Kinsky's “Am Fluß”The first party German Jewish London dwelling narrator of the book has moved out to an unfamiliar to her area on the North Eastern outskirts of the City where she lives alone gradually exploring the banks of the River Lea as it heads towards its mouth; remembering past rivers that that have f


  6. Tommi Tommi says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß Epub River is a peculiar novel uite unlike anything I have read before A woman reminiscences the years she lived in East London near River Lea a river that provides the main narrative structure


  7. Joseph Schreiber Joseph Schreiber says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß EpubA large and endlessly absorbing yet intimate meditation on memory restlessness and leave taking —delineated by the rivers that have flowed through the narrator's life recounted during the course of an extended withdrawal from London where she has lived for


  8. Britta Böhler Britta Böhler says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß EpubNope not for me


  9. James Murphy James Murphy says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß EpubI think River is a terrific novel It's the 1st novel I've read in a long while that I wanted to start again as so


  10. Joe M Joe M says:

    PDF/EPUB tyrakel.de ☆ Am Fluß Kindle µ fluß pdf, Am Fluß EpubAn interesting meditation and love letter to rivers explored and wanderings embarked on in the author's lifetime River reminded of Annie Dillard's Pilgrim at Tinker Creek for Kinsky's dense but beautiful descriptions of nature and Reservoir 13 for the way she expertly captures the steady rhythms of everyday life Waves ripple birds warble cows wander flowers bloom seasons come and goif you're looking for action or conflict be warned there's really none in the book's 350 pages but like a uiet walk in nature if you can look beyond that and enjoy the author's prose and keen powers of observation there's a lot to love River is a dreamy read which at least I personally found best consumed first thing in the morning over a cup of coffee while my mind was relaxed and rested and before the responsibilities noise and business of real life took


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