Het duivelselixer

Het duivelselixer

E.T.A. Hoffmann Johan van der Woude / Sep 19, 2019

Het duivelselixer Ik staarde naar de open deur of ik mijn afschuwelijke dubbelganger niet zou zien binnenkomen maar toen ik niets zag week de ontzetting die mij als met een ijzige klauwen had aangegrepen De bizarre ve

  • Title: Het duivelselixer
  • Author: E.T.A. Hoffmann Johan van der Woude
  • ISBN: 9020453793
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ik staarde naar de open deur of ik mijn afschuwelijke dubbelganger niet zou zien binnenkomen, maar toen ik niets zag week de ontzetting die mij als met een ijzige klauwen had aangegrepen De bizarre vertelkunst van de grote Duitse romanticus vindt in Het duivelselixer een nog immer verbijsterend en boeiend hoogtepunt.Een sublieme vertaling van Johan van der Woude van de g Ik staarde naar de open deur of ik mijn afschuwelijke dubbelganger niet zou zien binnenkomen, maar toen ik niets zag week de ontzetting die mij als met een ijzige klauwen had aangegrepen De bizarre vertelkunst van de grote Duitse romanticus vindt in Het duivelselixer een nog immer verbijsterend en boeiend hoogtepunt.Een sublieme vertaling van Johan van der Woude van de geschiedenis van de monnik Menardus en zijn duivelse dubbelganger.Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann leefde van 1776 tot 1822 Hij was o.a ambtenaar, regisseur, karikaturist, componist bekend gebleven is zijn opera Undine Zijn eerste meesterlijke literaire schepping zijn de Phantasiest cke uit 1814 1815 Zijn verhalen zijn in vele talen vertaald Latere literaire grootheden als Balzac, Baudelaire, Dostojewski en Dickens roemden zijn genialiteit Hij inspireerde Jacques Offenbach tot het componeren van de opera Hoffmanns Vertellingen.

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      • E.T.A. Hoffmann Johan van der Woude

        Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann, better known by his pen name E T A Hoffmann Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann , was a German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, a jurist, composer, music critic, draftsman and caricaturist His stories form the basis of Jacques Offenbach s famous opera The Tales of Hoffmann, in which Hoffman appears heavily fictionalized as the hero He is also the author of the novella The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, on which the famous ballet The Nutcracker is based The ballet Copp lia is based on two other stories that Hoffmann wrote, while Schumann s Kreisleriana is based on Hoffmann s character Johannes Kreisler.Hoffmann s stories were very influential during the 19th century, and he is one of the major authors of the Romantic movement.


    1. Helen Ροζουλί Εωσφόρος Vernus Portitor Arcanus Ταμετούρο Αμούν Arnum

      *Η εκφυλιστική ψυχεδέλεια του μυαλού*Παγκόσμια κλασικό,γοτθικό μυθιστόρημα τρόμου και σκοτεινής αλήθειας. Σατανικές αναπνοές ζοφερές και ζωογόνες. Οράματα. Παραισθήσεις. Σχιζοφρενικά δισυπόστατη παρουσία. Δολοφονίες. Κακία. Εκδίκηση παραφροσύνης. Λαγνεία. Ηδονιστική μα [...]

    2. Το βιβλίο αυτό είναι ένα παζλ… Ο ΕΤΑ Χόφμαν ρίχνει μπροστά στον αναγνώστη όλα τα μικρά κομμάτια και τον καλεί να τα ενώσει έτσι ώστε να του αποκαλυφθεί ένα Σατανικό Πορτραίτο αλλά και να αισθανθεί τον εξαγνισμό… Η ιστορία του αδελφού Μενταρ βαδίζει πάνω στα χνάρια του κλα [...]

    3. This is the life story of the Capuchin monk Medardus, written by his own hand. When exactly the story is set is not told, probably sometime in the early 18th century. In his monastery Medardus finds a mystical bottle that contains the titular elixir of the Devil. I think I don't say too much when I tell that he takes a sip from that bottle. His further life is filled with visions, insanity, murder, sin, wickedness, lust, repentance and all of the rest the ecclesiastical vocabulary has to offer. [...]

    4. Difficult to summarise but a very fast read, The Devil's Elixirs is a psychedelic novel of the 19th century with all the elements of the Gothic genre: sinful monks, damesels in distress, madness, mystery and supernatural elements. This is the best book I've read in a while and one I'd like to read again in the future.

    5. E.T.A. Hoffmann es considerado uno de los iniciadores del movimiento romantico en Alemania y en el mundo ya que fue en este país donde se gestó el Romanticismo y después fue abarcando a otros como Inglaterra, Francia, Rusia, Italia y Estados Unidos. El Romanticismo tuvo su explendor entre la segunda mitad y el final del siglo XVIII y todo el siglo XIX hasta la irrupción del Realismo en Francia, de la mano de Balzac, Flaubert, Stendhal junto con Zolá y De Maupassant. En Rusia tuvo su auge co [...]

    6. Me encantó, pero terminé agotada emocionalmente luego de leer la última hoja. Debo decir que es una narración agitada y febril, magnifica en su recreación onírica y desquiciada. Esta llena de un exceso genial de pasiones desbocadas,deseo insano y sensual, maldad, locura etc. Eso la hace una historia exquisitamente agobiante, con pasajes que sinceramente me dieron miedo.Realmente Hoffmann es un maestro, tanto en el estilo como en la trama. Por momentos parece una narración desordenada, per [...]

    7. Western civilization--since Aristotle I guess--anyway, he's often blamed for it--has long been obsessed with meliorative/pejorative dichotomies: good and bad, right and wrong, sin and virtue, love and lust, you and me. While perhaps semi-useful in some situations of thought, it appears that the complexities of life and culture were deemed by Western culture somewhat more complex and more frequently a gradation of possibilities that a series of either/or propositions some centuries ago. I took Th [...]

    8. Wow! I've read quite a bit of Hoffmann now but I wasn't quite prepared for this. It's actually less manic than some of his short stories but it has all of his usual obsessions - identity confusion, supernatural beings, coincidences, hallucinatory ramblings, murder, lust, etc.I generally prefer his darker material such as 'the Sandman' to which this would make a good companion piece. The overriding theme though is the identity confusion over the main character. As other reviewers have noted it ge [...]

    9. It's not you it's me.The plot itself is quite fascinating. My mocking status-updates might not have conveyed that very well but it is a Gothic novel, you don't really ask for reason and logic in those, there's simply lots of doomed love, Doppelganger and Very Dark Secrets. However the writing-style wasn't my cup of tea. It was verywordy. It felt like you could have cut out at least a third of it and it wouldn't have made any difference. It didn't add to the atmosphere (which was admittedly quite [...]

    10. NON CI SVEGLIATE! NON SVEGLIATE QUESTO ASSURDO MONDO MAGICO ADDORMENTATO FRA LE ANTICHE PIETRE!(798-9)(ma, cari scrittori, continuate imperituri a raccontarcelo! G.)Hoffmann approda dunque, secondo l’osservazione di Lothar Koehn, alla solitudine del romanziere, all’espatriazione trascendentale di cui parla Lukacs nella Teoria del romanzo: all’epopea di un “mondo abbandonato da Dio” in cui un’oggettivita’ sempre piu’ elusiva s’allontana progressivamente dal soggetto. (XLI, L’e [...]

    11. E.T.A. Hoffmann ist ein bekannter Vertreter des Genres „deutscher Gruselroman“ aus der Romantik und dass dieser Text aus dem 19. Jahrhundert stammt, sollte man bei der Lektüre dieses Klassikers nicht vergessen. Die Sprache fand ich teilweise schleppend: extrem lange und verschachtelte Sätze fordern dem Leser einiges an Konzentration ab. Die Handlung ist zwischendurch sehr verwirrend: es tauchen Doppelgänger auf, Halluzinationen verzerren die Realität und die verzweigten und erst nach und [...]

    12. Leichte Kost war das sicherlich nicht, zumindest keine leicht lesbare, was aber trotzdem nicht heissen soll, daß die Sprache nicht schön zu lesen war. Nur muß man definitiv in Stimmung für sowas sein und das war ich nicht immer. Was auch der Grund dafür war warum ich ungewöhnlich lange brauchte um das Buch durchzulesen. Etwas enttäuscht bin ich jedoch dennoch. Die ersten 50 Seiten sind unglaublich stark, aber was nach ihnen folgt löst leider nicht so ganz ein was der Beginn noch versprac [...]

    13. Un romanzo faustiano, ottocentesco, delirante e onirico.Un frate (Medardus, eh eh eh) beve un vinello antico e sclera. Perché il vino era del demonio. O forse è solo sclero così, perché è lui così.Ci sono dei momenti gustosi, ma poi ci si perde un po' in spiegoni e in vicende un po' troppo tirate per i capelli.La storia della letteratura ci insegna che questo librino è importante perché è lì a metà fra illuminismo e romanticismo e boh. Non ho ben capito perché dovrebbe interessarci o [...]

    14. Ann Radcliffe drops a tab of acid.That’s how this novel length tale from Hoffmann reads. A mad gothic romp of murder, mystery, mistaken identity, religious frenzy, mania, bizarre barbers, satanic legacies and more.Despite being nearly incomprehensible plot wise (attempting to work out the intricacies of the labyrinthine plot alongside the myriad number of characters would take you months) this is a greatly enjoyable albeit ridiculous take on the gothic novel.Apparently Hoffmann was greatly ins [...]

    15. Die kompliziert verwirrend-verstrickte Geschichte eines Mönch.In "Elixiere des Teufels" wird die fiktive Lebensgeschichte des Mönch Medardus erzählt, der durch seine Geburt her mit einer Sünde befleckt ist und dadurch sündhaft handelt. Zugegeben, der ganze Inhalt des Buches wurde mir erst klar, nachdem ich mehrere Zusammenfassungen gelesen habe. Es ist alles sehr verstrickt und verwirrend - vor allem da viele der Geheimnisse, die sich um den Mönch Medardus sammeln, erst Kapitel für Kapite [...]

    16. NOTA: 7'9 / 10Novelas universales, atemporales, referentes que se convierten en clásicos ineludibles por derecho propio. En una sociedad ávida de consumismo, convencida que todo está ya inventado en la literatura, no está de más mirar hacia el pasado, entender los orígenes de aquello que nos da miedo, las raíces del terror. La naturaleza humana. Y con esto nos encontramos con Los elixires del diablo, una novela del siglo XVII que explora el "yo" profundo de la psique humana y que hace vib [...]

    17. Πολυγραφότατος ο Ε.Τ.Α. Χόφμαν (1776-1822), έχει γράψει μεταξύ άλλων τον πασίγνωστο Καρυοθραύστη, την νουβέλα Σάντμαν και το Βίος και πολιτεία του γάτου Μουρ. Όσον αφορά τα Ελιξίρια του Διαβόλου που μόλις τελείωσα, πρόκειται για μια περίεργη ιστορία μαύρης φαντασίας και γοτθικού [...]

    18. A very strange book but fascinating. Supposedly "the posthumously publisheed writings of Brother Medardus, a Capuchin Monk." Although the story starts out making sense - Brother Medarus, whose sin is tremendous pride - decides to leave the monastery clandestinely. He finds a man sleeping on a ledge above a rocky chasm and, since the man appears to be in great danger of falling, decides to help him. But did he or did he push the man over? As we find out, Medardus and the dead man look identical. [...]

    19. Zu lang. Zu langatmig. Ein schöner Sprachgebrauch profitiert eben auch von einem präzisen Sprachgebrauch. Davon ist in "Die Elixiere des Teufels" aber nicht viel zu spüren. Ich verbleibe zwar ein Fan der deutschen Romantik, aber dieser Roman geht an mir vorbei. So spannend auch einige der Episoden sind, so zitierfähig einige Passagen, Bruder Medardus ist ein Protagonist mit dem ich nicht übermäßig Zeit verbringen möchte, was mich dazu treibt in diesem Falle den unnötig, kitschig ausufer [...]

    20. I started reading this month's [info]bibliogoth book on the way to Bath. It seemed totally appropriate to be reading an early 19th century gothic novel there, particularly as we were staying on exactly the same street that Miss Catherine Moreland stayed at when she first arrived in Bath. I won't say too much about the book before the meeting but I really enjoyed it. The characters seemed more developed than in the Monk and I really enjoyed the madness aspect. There were some dull moments but on [...]

    21. I read this a few years ago, and just remembered it. Though I'm not entirely sure how I might have forgotten it This is without doubt one of the most bizarre and disturbing books I've ever read. Which give the weirdness of many of my choices, is rather impressive!

    22. Highly entertaining in a 19th century sort of way. Maximally convoluted doppelganger/cursed family plot, super whacked out Book of Revelations style visions. Lots of fun.The more extended blog review.

    23. 'Soy lo que parezco y no parezco lo que soy; soy un enigma inexplicable para mí mismo: ¡Mi Yo se ha escindido!'Königsberg, en la segunda mitad del XVIII, no solo fue una sobria y fría ciudad en la que los vecinos ponían en hora los relojes al ver pasar a Kant; parece que también albergó lo fantástico, lo siniestro, lo ominoso, en la figura de Hoffmann. Y es que aquellos dos compatriotas no podían ser más distintos. E.T.A. Hoffmann ha sido descrito como una especie de duende, un extrañ [...]

    24. Die Elixiere des Teufels gehören in die Tradition des europäischen Schauerromans, der - besonders in England und Deutschland - gegen Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts und Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts blühte und wucherte. Es ist eine "Liebesgeschichte" (oder "Geschichte über verbotene Lust"), meines Erachtens nach, welche Stellenweise doch sehr verwirrend sein kann. Man muss aufmerksam lesen und die Anmerkungen beachten, was vor allem an der Sprache liegt. Ich habe jedes mal zunächst ziemlich schlepp [...]

    25. OK, granted this is opera plot level daft, with emotional swings along the lines of love - hate - love - stab (sometimes within sentences of one another), but I rather like it. It's full-blooded, original recipe gothic, complete with family curse, virtuous maiden, a mad monk or two, and a plot that's not so much labyrinthine as a hall of mirrors. Events and characters repeat and reflect one another, you'll probably need a pencil and paper to work out the family relationships (and even then I was [...]

    26. I think that this book is absolutely extraordinary. The narrative style is fascinating! One of the best ones I have ever seen. It is a first-person narration, but the narrator sounds insane, so you never know whether he really tells the truth or not and sometimes he tells lies but he really believes them!! And if you add the fact that he is constantly pursued by his doppelgänger, the novel becomes even more interesting and full of suspense!! The German writers of the same period who wrote Gothi [...]

    27. Una sorta di Beautiful ante litteram, con frati, suore, santi, marchesi e conti. "Oh mio Dio! Ma tu sei mio fratello!", "Oh mio Dio! Ma tu eri morto cadendo da un dirupo! ti ci ho infilato io!", "Oh mio Dio! Il quadro del santo prende vita!", "Oh mio Dio! Non posso resistere a queste tentazioni! anche se". Ecco, così per trecento pagine circa. E calcolate che la recensione qua sopra è venti volte più avvincente del romanzo stesso.

    28. This classic Gothic novel about a mad monk is completely deranged, and I mean that in a good way. Don't ask too many questions, just hang on for the ride. When you finally get to the lengthy explanation of who was really who, realize that you will need a PhD in genealogy to understand it. Sample dialogue: "You mad fools, will you tempt the providence that passes judgment on guilty sinners?"

    29. C’est un super bouquin, on est prit par l’histoire des le début, les superstitions, la magie, cette lute entre le bien et le mal, l’ange et le malin. Il n’y a pas trop de longueur et se lit assez vite!! Bonne lecture !

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