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A Violent Melody

I think that the success of Jelinek’s works and The Piano Teacher in particular can be attributed to the way how its style complements its themes. 347 more words

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

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