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Male violence, God and the G20: Abraumhalde by Elfriede Jelinek

So as I wrote on the blog, I was at a Jelinek performance in Bonn. I wrote a little thing and 3am Magazine was kind enough to… 155 more words

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A Jelinek Play in Bonn

“Abraumhalde,” 2009. Dir. Simone Blattner.


Charges by Elfriede Jelinek

Aeschylus’s tragedy The Suppliant Women is a unique piece of Ancient Greek theater because the poet uses the chorus, normally reserved for a secondary role, as the protagonist of his play. 1,329 more words

German Literature

Illuminations I : Elfriede Jelinek

Illuminations I : celebrating Elfriede Jelinek
Wednesday April 26th / 6:30pm doors for 7pm start
Free entry (booking required)
Austrian Cultural Forum. 28 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge, London SW7 1PQ… 121 more words

Tom Jenks

Fizessen verssel a Kosztolányi Dezső Színházban!

Verssel is fizethetnek április 11-én a nézők a Kosztolányi Dezső Színházban a magyar költészet napja alkalmából.
Írja le vagy szavalja el kedvenc versét a színház jegypénztáránál, és váltsa be egy ingyenes jegyre a SZERETŐK c. 23 more words


The Piano Teacher - Review


I’m not exactly sure how to describe my relationship with Michael Haneke’s The Piano Teacher because I remember viewing it after I had only been familiar with the title after seeing three other films from his own body of work and having loved each of them: I was unsure what to be prepared for. 1,039 more words

Film Reviews

Mason & Dixon by Thomas Pynchon

I’ve always wondered what my reading history would look like as a graphic. I have this idea of plotting every book I’ve ever read on a wall based on how similar the books are to each other taking into account e.g. 299 more words

Reading The Why