Der arme Spielmann

  • Title: Der arme Spielmann
  • Author: Franz Grillparzer
  • ISBN: 9781406819434
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • Der arme Spielmann The Poor Musician is an autobiographical novella by Austria s famous dramatist and poet Franz Grillparzer Rounded and compacted and yet saturated with the sad tragedy of his own isolation i
    The Poor Musician is an autobiographical novella by Austria s famous dramatist and poet Franz Grillparzer 1791 1872 Rounded and compacted, and yet saturated with the sad tragedy of his own isolation it is the most artistic work we have from his pen For the student of Grillparzer psychology it is a veritable treasure trove The Poor Musician was the one piece of his The Poor Musician is an autobiographical novella by Austria s famous dramatist and poet Franz Grillparzer 1791 1872 Rounded and compacted, and yet saturated with the sad tragedy of his own isolation it is the most artistic work we have from his pen For the student of Grillparzer psychology it is a veritable treasure trove The Poor Musician was the one piece of his creative genius that unflinchingly grappled with the great problem of resignation the one piece that pictured resignation but also the one piece that made resignation itself tragic The poor, half witted fiddler, shipwrecked in life, coddling his woe as the last sweet treasure it has left him, pouring it forth in the midnight solitude of his chamber in music that is music to none but the illusioned player such is resignation.

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    1. Franz Seraphicus Grillparzer war ein sterreichischer Schriftsteller, der vor allem als Dramatiker hervorgetreten ist Aufgrund der identit tsstiftenden Verwendung seiner Werke, vor allem nach 1945, wird er auch als sterreichischer Nationaldichter bezeichnet.


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    1. Franz Grillparzer (1791-1872)Regarded by many as a leading light of Austrian literature (including by Peter Handke, who sent me to him in the first place), indeed at times as Austria's national poet, Franz Grillparzer was primarily an innovative dramatist,(*) though he also wrote criticism, essays, poetry and some fiction, including Der arme Spielmann (The Poor Musician, 1847, available in English translation), which became a favorite of Franz Kafka. Son of a strict and very reserved lawyer who [...]

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    2. und am Ende war mein Herz gebrochen. Definitiv eines der großartigsten Erzeugnisse deutschsprachiger Literatur. Dem armen Spielmann gebührt viel mehr Beachtung.

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    3. Un piccolo grande eroe dell'emarginazioneQuesto piccolo Oscar Mondadori, edito sul finire degli anni '70, è un libro prezioso, perché contiene i due unici racconti del drammaturgo romantico austriaco Franz Grillparzer, accompagnati dall'abbozzo di un altro racconto e da una lunga introduzione sulla vita e le opere di Grillparzer scritta dal grande e compianto Ervino Pocar.E' un libro prezioso soprattutto perché ci dona, nella traduzione dello stesso Pocar, uno dei racconti a mio avviso più s [...]

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    4. Ich mag den Schreibstil, den Grillparzer in dieser kurzen Erzählung verwendet, um das Schicksal des naiven, weltfremden, erbärmlichen Spielmanns durch die Augen des namenlosen Erzählers zu zeigen.Leicht langweilig, hat mich nur gestört, dass die eigentlich taffe Barbara zu weinerlich portraitiert wird.

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    5. One of Kafka's favourites, and easy to see why. Melancholic story of a story of a man who disappointed his father and gradually slipped to the margins of society.

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    6. from -Cecily:One of Kafka's favourites, and easy to see why. Melancholic story of a story of a man who disappointed his father and gradually slipped to the margins of society.wowwill surely touch me, cause i did so disappoint my father.

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    7. German classic? Well, pretty good tale but nothing I would consider worthy of being called a classic.

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    8. Da das Buch zur deutschen Literatur gehört, hier eine deutsche Rezension.Diese Lektüre ist die dritte in Woche 4 meines 8. Semesters. Gelesen hab ich schon in den Semestern vorher viel, nur dieses Mal verwirrt mich die Lektürenauswahl sehr. (Titel des Seminars: Realistische Wahrnehmung etc). Beim Lesen habe ich mich daher auf einige Beobachtungsvorträge konzentriert, die so ihren Einfluss auf diese Rezi nehmen.ZUerst jedoch vorweg: Ich bin mir noch nicht sicher, was dieses Buch ausmacht, sod [...]

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    9. Wirklich eine überraschend tolle Novelle. Der arme Spielmann ist so eine herzensgute Person und ich fand das Ende SO TRAURIG. Die Figur ist einfach der Wahnsinn. Ein unverstandener Außenseiter mit einer wahnsinnigen Leidenschaft für Musik, den ich von der ersten Sekunde an ins Herz geschlossen habe. Auch der Schreibstil hat mir gut gefallen. Ich habe es wirklich sehr schnell lesen können. Ich fand die Geschichte fast schon etwas zu kurz, da hätte man noch mehr machen können finde ich, desh [...]

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    10. Ein ganz und gar wundervolles Buch.

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    11. A longish short story told by a narrator in Vienna who becomes interested in a poor old man who plays the violin on the street at a festival, but the man is carefully dressed in his shabby clothes, speaks Latin, and has an air of decency about him. So the narrator becomes curious and introduces himself, and eventually convinces the fiddler to tell him his story. Nothing goes right for the poor guy, he never catches a break from anybody, but he keeps trying, keeps pursuing his passion for music ( [...]

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    12. La storia semplice e tragica del povero suonatore Jacob, la sua lenta discesa da una condizione elevata, la religiosa passione per la musica, la struggente fedeltà a un patetico amore, e soprattutto il dolore che non si esprime nella ribellione ma in una sorta di accettazione del proprio destino. Una rinuncia al fare, un chiamarsi fuori dalla vita, in una zona dove la perdita diventa libertà. Questo Il povero suonatore, un racconto fatto di nulla, delicato e irresistibile, così amato da Kafka [...]

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    13. Della delicatezza di questa breve storia è già stato detto; soffusa, racconta la lenta parabola di Jakob, un buon uomo, al quale, tutto ciò che di male gli succede è sempre causato dalla sua buona fede nei confronti dei sentimenti e del prossimo. Con grande dignità Jakob passa sul palcoscenico della vita come un ombra, regalando al lettore un piccolo ma intenso raccoglimento.

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    14. This is an interesting tale but excessively miserable is its protagonist

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