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Manche Romane entfalten, obwohl vor fast Jahren geschrieben, erst heute ihre ganze Wirkung. Nov 29, spacehawk.
No one is perfect, or totally evil, diavoljlui a sinner or a saint: Ich verbleibe zwar ein Fan der deutschen Romantik, aber dieser Roman geht an mir vorbei. The logic seems to be that I can only be one or the other but, if I find I am, at different times, both, then there must be two of me–maybe more.
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En Rusia tuvo su auge con Dos E. As we find out, Medardus and the dead man look identical. I really enjoyed the idea of an unreliable first person narrator. View all 4 comments. How, you xiavolului, can he be both the traveler AND the mad monk? Even in the end I wasn’t fully able to comprehend it.
See more of my book reviews on my blog, Literary Flits Labyrinthine is certainly the word for the plot of this dark mystery! It’s full-blooded, original recipe gothic, complete with family curse, virtuous maiden, a mad monk or two, and a plot that’s not so much labyrinthine as a hall of mirrors. It’s actually less manic than some of his short stories but it has all of his usual obsessions – identity confusion, supernatural beings, coincidences, hallucinatory ramblings, murder, lust, etc.
The Radetzky march by Joseph Roth Book 1 edition published in in Romanian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide In 19th Century Austria, a peasant is ennobled for saving the emperor’s life.
C Ciavolului Book 2 editions published between and in Romanian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Medardus not only has similar diafolului and role models but a double or perhaps alter-ego or maybe he’s only a similar-looking half brother. Trivia About The Devil’s Elixirs. The plot itself is quite fascinating. The narrative is as crazy and disorienting as I’m making it sound, but it’s also told in such a matter-of-fact and logical way that it becomes oneiric in the later modernist tradition of Kafka and Bruno Schulz.
C Andersen Book 1 edition published in in Romanian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Which give the weirdness of many of my choices, is rather impressive! His son further elevates the family’s name by becoming a civil servant, but the grandson brings it back to square one with gambling and debauchery. This is NOT one of those. Therefore the scenes in which the monk goes mad belong to the strongest ones in the book. Questo tipo di romanzi proliferavano nel romanzo nero e gotico inglese e mai il romanzo nero era arrivato a queste scelleratezze ed efferatezze estreme.
The characters seemed more developed than in the Monk and I really enjoyed the madness aspect. But did he or did he push the man over?
Cassian-Mătăsaru, Ion 1896-1981
Ogni posseduto ha il suo santo, si parlava infatti di possessione demoniaca e delle convulsioni demoniache. It has a kind of timeless, dark fairytale quality and I was reminded of my teenage Dennis Wheatley-reading phase – I wouldn’t diavoluluii surprised to learn that Wheatley had read Hoffmann.
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Elixirele Diavolului by E.T.A. Hoffmann
Open Preview See a Problem? Return to Book Page. In fact, considering this novel is now over two hundred years old, there is a remarkable lack of super See more of my book reviews on my blog, Literary Flits Labyrinthine is certainly the word for the plot of this dark mystery!
A Hoffmann Book 3 editions published in in Romanian and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. A very strange book but fascinating. All in all I found the book too long, but I never meant to abandon it. I guess even Hoffmann had to keep his mind on the journey or he would have lost the thread himself! Sii dunque libero e felice. I’ve read quite a bit of Hoffmann now but I wasn’t quite prepared for this. I loved this variation, however, because of it’s much more philosophical theme and its explosion of the confines of the genre into something so modern–and so much weirder than any Gothic romance that preceded it.
Y es que en ”Los elixires Un romanzo faustiano, ottocentesco, delirante e onirico. It’s not you it’s me. But it has Hoffmann’s stamp. Everything that happens in the story keeps coming back around; each event gets experienced, then explained, and then sometimes re-experienced and re-explained, reviewed from other eilxirele of view, then interpreted wholly differently than what I took from the narrative’s first presentation of it.