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Free download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free å Alfred Döblin Free download Berlin Alexanderplatz 105 In uesto libro ineguagliabile epico e insieme espressionista c'è tutta Berlino com'era sul finire degli anni Venti Ma Berlin Alexanderplatz sfugge alle cat. Digging Ourselves Out It s unlikely that any writer has been described in terms of other writers preceding and following than Alfred D blin Joyce Dostoevsky Henry Miller Bukowski Martin Amis Henry Fielding Upton Sinclair C line Burgess Smollett Isherwood dos Passos and Conrad among others have been mentioned freuently as influences or being influenced It seems impossible to pin D blin down to a definite style or techniue I find him an inspiration for William Gaddis s JR for example in his stream of conversation Yet he is also uniue in time and place Weimar Germany is in social chaos Work is hard to find even before the Great Depression especially for an ex con Pornography and the sex trade in general are thriving despite the Victorian or accurately the Wilheminic era blue laws The historical class structures are being undermined by the same residues of the Great War that are affecting Britain Politics has yet to work out its disastrous compromises although the omens of the future are clear And in a perverse way Berlin despite its status as a conuered capital city is the centre of a new global culture Perhaps this is why D blin is so difficult to categorise or characterise In this one book is all of not just Western literature but also Western culture a literary Mahler s Ninth Franz Biberkopf is the new Everyman even so than Leopold Bloom Bloom was up against tedium boredom and oppressive religion but at least Dublin was what it always had been Biberkopf s Berlin had no historical continuity It was the far side of the moon waiting to be discovered by the rest of mankind This new world is non traditional It demands the abandonment of habits in order to survive Because the s of good behaviour have yet to be established it feels like a prison in which a mis step can have lethal conseuences Trial and error rather than best practice in everything from sex to career the anticipation of Viagra is startling So despite wanting to lead a life of stable conformity such a thing is no longer possible He swore to all the world and to himself that he would remain decent And as long as he had money he remained decent But then he ran out of money which was a moment he had been waiting for to show them all what he was made of This is the new man the player the scammer the inside trader the mobster the exploiter of loopholes the corporate boss The entire foundation of social relations had been altered Sociologists may not see that for decades and even then not very clearly But D blin captured the whole event in Biberkopf as he caroms around the streets of Berlin Almost a century later it has become obvious to the rest of us how perceptive he was After his release from prison Biberkopf realises that the world had changed in his absence I know I need to dig deeper he says Indeed don t we all

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Free download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free å Alfred Döblin Free download Berlin Alexanderplatz 105 Pf il cobra appena uscito di prigione e terrorizzato all'idea di essere nuovamente libero resta unica di una bellezza disperata e assoluta Giuseppe Culicchi. A hundred years ago there was a craze for giant plotless novels that tried to slice through an entire city or even country and look down at the thousands of humans milling around like badly dressed ants and itemise them all These huge novels Ulysses by Jimmy Joyce USA by Johnny Dos Passos The Waste Land by Tommy Eliot not a novel but the same kind of thing use newspaper clippings adverts random dialogue doggerel children s rhymes radio announcements political proclamations Greek myths they love those and anything and everything to collage mash together ALL OF MODERN LIFE in a frantic attempt to mirror the stressed out psychological dissociativeness and allround bonkers uality of how we live NOW multivalent as opposed to how we lived THEN linearly This large and enormously impressive novel Berlin Alexanderplatz is one of those If you re serious about literature you have to like this one it s an acknowledged masterpiece so get with the program and I am impressed that many goodreaders proclaim their love for this massive stodge of tiresome detail dull unattributed conversation and rancid behavior the guy we are following Franz Biberkopf has just done a 4 year stretch for beating his girlfriend to death an act described as some stupid stuff But as a serial abandoner of great literature you may be assured that I could not finish it so it got chucked on the pile that already contains The Man who Loved Children Sentimental Education The Naked and the Dead The Adventures of Augie March and of course Miss Macintosh My Darling amongst many other lesser works Sometimes you come across stuff and you says to yourself that there Mona Lisa is a great painting I know that it s obvious enough but she gets on my nerves I don t have to like it So I do says that Berlin Alexanderplatz is a hell of a novel probably a great novel but I didn t like it Note on UlyssesThis is not Alfred Doblin s fault at all but some of his fans say that this novel is like Ulysses when it really isn t It s somewhat like the stream of consciousness sections of Ulysses but they are a small part of Ulysses But even then Mr Doblin doesn t really do much stream of consciousness either he does stream of conversation Perhaps accurately described as stream of inane blathering

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Free download ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free å Alfred Döblin Free download Berlin Alexanderplatz 105 Egorie sorprende ogni volta che lo si rilegge Nelle sue pagine c'è così tanta energia che sembra scritto domani Anche per uesto la storia di Franz Biberko. Main character Berlin As a foil you get to know the criminal Franz Biberkopf who tries his best to be honest He really does But he does not have talent for life than Keith in London Fields and even less talent at darts Also he happens to be born into an era which could have made a better man fail And what could you possibly expect of Biberkopf then not being a better man Not even good Or passableAnd Martin Amis I all of a sudden realise that you did not only steal the plot from lovely Muriel Spark s The Driver s Seat you stole the main character from Berlin Alexanderplatz and just dressed it up and made it bigger and changed some Kneipes into English pubs But what else could I expect Those are the times And that is how it works In stories featuring big criminals the plots have to be stolen and dealt under the table as well Franz Biberkopf would have done the same As would Keith Talent And Sparks Lise would not have hesitated one single moment to grab hold of London or Berlin if she had needed either one of those cities to find her criminalI wish I had thought of Biberkopf when I read London Fields I would have loved it straight awayAnd thanks Matt for bringing Berlin Alexanderplatz to my attention again It brought back memories that helped me like another book that kept poking at me with a dart Strange maze of books I am wandering through Like a big city full of opportunities chance meetings and stories

  • Paperback
  • 513
  • Berlin Alexanderplatz
  • Alfred Döblin
  • Italian
  • 09 October 2020
  • 9788817020787