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Midnight Fury

Insomnia led me last night to start another book, one that’s been glaring at me from a corner shelf for a while now: Blaise Cendrars’ … 494 more words

Misogyny

Book Review: Lust by Elfriede Jelinek

Do not be fooled by the title. Lust is not a summer beach read. In fact, I’m not sure how I would classify it. Some reviewers have called it “pornographic”. 684 more words

Book Review

Đọc elfriede jelinek: Tình ơi là tình

Entry for 18 March 2007

Tuy là mới được dịch và in ở Việt Nam nhưng đây là một quyển truyện đã khai sinh cách đây hơn ba chục năm rồi (1975). 2,113 more words

Nhã Nam

Zigmilliardeneuro Oper

“The distribution of wealth is too important an issue to be left to economists, sociologists, historians, and philosophers,” remarked Thomas Piketty, in a work noted for its regular references to the novels of Austen and Balzac for insights into wealth and inequality in the nineteenth century. 1,934 more words

Musings

"Wir können euch nicht helfen, wir müssen euch doch spielen!"

Elfriede Jelinek: Die Schutzbefohlenen, Thalia Theater Hamburg (Regie: Nicolas Stemann) – eingeladen zum Theatertreffen 2015

Von Sascha Krieger

Elfriede Jelinek ist wütend. Wütend über die Art und Weise, wie unsere, komfortable, reiche, selbstgerechte, Gesellschaft mit jenen Umgehen, die unter Einsatz ihres Lebens versuchen zu uns zu kommen, um Schutz zu suchen und nicht mehr zu finden als etwas Leben. 720 more words

Deutsch

LA BUENA LITERATURA DE NUESTROS DÍAS

Nos hemos acostumbrado a que los grandes escritores del panorama literario mundial, en estos días, son aquellos que, entre otros factores comunes, exploran en su escritura las profundidades de problemas sociales muy difíciles que enfrenta o ha enfrentado la raza humana. 534 more words

Gigantes

Die Schutzbefohlenen - Thalia Theater **

Not really a play, but a spoken word piece by the Austrian Nobel prize winner Elfriede Jelinek, derived as a response to the 60 asylum seekers being expelled from Austria in 2013 and those who drowned crossing the Mediterranean. 162 more words

Theatre Reviews