Malina

Malina

Ingeborg Bachmann Michael Bullock Philip Boehm Mark Anderson / Jul 20, 2019

Malina Tells the story of lives painfully intertwined the unnamed narrator haunted by nightmarish memories of her father lives with the androgynous Malina an initially remote and dispassionate man who ult

  • Title: Malina
  • Author: Ingeborg Bachmann Michael Bullock Philip Boehm Mark Anderson
  • ISBN: 9780841911895
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tells the story of lives painfully intertwined the unnamed narrator, haunted by nightmarish memories of her father, lives with the androgynous Malina, an initially remote and dispassionate man who ultimately becomes an ominous influence Plunging toward its riveting finale, Malina brutally lays bare the struggle for love and the limits of discourse between women and men.

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        What actually is possible, however, is transformation And the transformative effect that emanates from new works leads us to new perception, to a new feeling, new consciousness This sentence from Ingeborg Bachmann s Frankfurt Lectures on Poetics 1959 60 can also be applied to her own self consciousness as an author, and to the history of her reception Whether in the form of lyric poetry, short prose, radio plays, libretti, lectures and essays or longer fiction, Bachmann s uvre had as its goal and effect to draw people into the experiences of the writers, into new experiences of suffering GuI 139 140 But it was especially her penetrating and artistically original representation of female subjectivity within male dominated society that unleashed a new wave in the reception of her works.Although Bachmann s spectactular early fame derived from her lyric poetry she received the prestigious Prize of the Gruppe 47 in 1954 , she turned and towards prose during the 1950 s, having experienced severe doubts about the validity of poetic language The stories in the collection Das drei igste Jahr The Thirtieth Year 1961 typically present a sudden insight into the inadequacy of the world and its orders e.g of language, law, politics, or gender roles and reveal a utopian longing for and effort to imagine a new and truer order The two stories told from an explicitly female perspective, Ein Schritt nach Gomorrha A Step towards Gomorrah and Undine geht Undine Goes Leaves , are among the earliest feminist texts in postwar German language literature Undine accuses male humanity of having ruined not only her life as a woman but the world in general You monsters named Hans In her later prose Malina 1971 Simultan 1972 and the posthumously published Der Fall Franza und Requiem f r Fanny Goldmann Bachmann was again ahead of her time, often employing experimental forms to portray women as they are damaged or even destroyed by patriarchal society, in this case modern Vienna Here one sees how intertwined Bachmann s preoccupation with female identity and patriarchy is with her diagnosis of the sickness of our age I ve reflected about this question already where does fascism begin It doesn t begin with the first bombs that were dropped It begins in relationships between people Fascism lies at the root of the relationship between a man and a woman GuI 144 As the daughter of a teacher and a mother who hadn t been allowed to go to university, Bachmann enjoyed the support and encouragement of both parents after the war she studied philosophy, German literature and psychology in Innsbruck, Graz and Vienna She wrote her doctoral dissertation 1950 on the critical reception of Heidegger, whose ideas she condemned as a seduction to German irrationality of thought GuI 137 From 1957 to 1963, the time of her troubled relationship with Swiss author Max Frisch, Bachmann alternated between Zurich and Rome She rejected marriage as an impossible institution Impossible for a woman who works and thinks and wants something herself GuI 144.From the end of 1965 on Bachmann resided in Rome Despite her precarious health she was addicted to pills for years following a faulty medical procedure she traveled to Poland in 1973 She was just planning a move to Vienna when she died of complications following an accidental fire Joey Horsley


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    1. I have lived in Ivan and die in Malina.Happy with Ivan. I never knew her when she was living in Ivan. Maybe if I were standing across the street I'd watch her spinning out of control. Her Hungarian boyfriend who sends avalanches of stone cold epithets. Don't ask if I love you, don't say I, don't make believe important, be fun, be happy, be the first time I saw you. Strangers, for the last time. A dead telephone in her apartment is visited by the spirits of everyone who isn't Ivan. I saw her with [...]


    2. "The name alone suffices to be in the world."Malina is one of those novels that feels completely natural to me, arising almost like an organism, without pretense or premeditated designs. Its easy playful voice keeps me reading despite the somber themes that run underneath. It is a particularly difficult novel for me to describe, as it tackles many serious topics (war, post-war, time, history, personal relationships, men and women) yet when you pull back, its main thrust is elusive. What is this [...]


    3. Dense, fraught and at times stunningly beautiful prose. A narrator in love with her own performance and, at times, too melodramatic for complete empathy. A fascinating attempt to combine the world of the personal with the political and the conflicts of gender. I only wish she had been able to finish her planned cycle of novels. I cannot say that I "enjoyed" it, and doubt I will re-read it, but would not hesitate to recommend it.


    4. 4.5/5Whenever I would pick this up, a line or two of a poem kept ringing through my mind. The title, no matter how hard I tried, would not come to mind. Finally, I took to Google, and after a couple of searches found what I was looking for. The poem is "Translations" by Adrienne Rich, and a couple of lines match the tone of Malina incredibly well:Certain words occur: enemy, oven, sorrowenough to let me knowshe's a woman of my timeobsessedwith Love, our subject:we've trained it like ivy to our wa [...]


    5. 1. Vienna crumbling between, behind and beneath the lines.2. delicate, cruel, funny, sad, beautiful, strange, heart-tugging, -pushing, -pulling, -boxing, -kissing, -scratching3. Bachmann understands about the preverbal4. Fading into the wall


    6. “It’s disgusting to put all this misery on the market, just adding to what’s already there, these books are all absolutely loathsome. What kind of obsession is this anyway, all this gloom, everything’s always sad and these books make it even worse in folio editions.”Malina is an incredibly complex tragedy on the nature of insanity and to read it, especially in the beginning, is quite a labour. A woman believes that she is a writer and all her men are fruits of her sick consciousness or [...]


    7. "Ti mi ometaš sećanje. Ti preuzmi priče iz kojih se sastoji velika priča. Sve iz uzmi od mene.""Kažem srećna: Mora čoveka da tera u bolest kad doživljava tako malo toga novog, kad mora stalno da se ponavlja. Muškarac me na primer ugrize za uvo, ali ne zbog toga što je to moje uvo ili zato što on, zaljubljen u uvo, obavezno mora da gricne, već on grize zato što je svim ostalim ženama takođe grickao uši, male ili velike, crveno-plave, blede, bezosećajne, osetljive, potpuno mu je s [...]


    8. 3 kere baştan başladım ve büyük mücadele ile okudum. ama iyi ki okudumlilik çok ağır ve çok derine işlemiş. sonra yazmalı, hemen değilr hafta kadar geçtikten sonra yazı burada: romanokuyankiz/20


    9. Ingeborg Bachmann writes:In the Psychological Institute in the Liebiggasse we always drank tea or coffee. I knew a man there who always used shorthand to record what everyone said, and sometimes other things besides. I don't know shorthand. Sometimes we'd give each other Rorschach tests, Szondi tests, TAT, and would diagnose each other's character and personality, we would observe our performance and behavior and examine our expressions. Once he asked how many men I had slept with, and I couldn' [...]


    10. Malina––love it or hate it.It is a very introverted, dense novel, thus I can see why someone might grow to dislike it. Full of self-doubt, anguish and some humiliation, I find it so emotional and personal at times it is hard to bear. I still have an odd (perhaps, even creepy) feeling as though I know this narrator myself and any time I walk her Ungargassenland, I can't help but look up and wonder she there? is she writing one of her mad letters? Would I meet anyone like that? Who knows, I mi [...]


    11. May take me a long time to recover from this. There is so much in this book.Finally gathered some thoughts. They can be found here: roughghosts/2017/11/26/li


    12. Si tratta di un libro difficilmente classificabile e di difficile lettura. Pensieri a ruota libera, parole, sogni, paure. La Bachmann usa tantissime tecniche narrative: un continuo monologo interiore, fiabe, leggende, telefonate con frasi a metà, espressioni musicali sul pentagramma, poesie, telegrammi, lettere non spedite, interviste, espressioni in francese e in inglese, silenzi. Il tutto inserito in diversi livelli narrativi che si congiungono e si dividono in continuazione.Il libro vede, al [...]


    13. "marcel ise şöyle öldü:bir gün bütün berduşların paris’ in kent manzarasından silinmelerine karar verilmişti. sosyal yardım örgütü, aynı zamanda kentin doğru dürüst bir görünümde olmasıyla da ilgilenen ve düşünebilecek en resmi nitelikteki sosyal yardım örgütünün ilgilileri, polisle birlikte rue monge’a geldiler, tek istedikleri, yaşlı adamları yaşama geri döndürmek, dolayısıyla da yaşama hazır olsunlar diye önce yıkayıp paklamaktı. marcel yerinde [...]


    14. Ce livre se passe du fond de la narratrice, ce qui se passe en réalité on ne le saura jamais exactement, mais amoureuse d'un homme qui ne veut pas s'amouracher, et vivant avec Malina personnage au début parfait puis tyrannique, la narratrice erre entre le présent, le passé, ses écrits, ses rêves, et ses conversations avec Malina comme une princesse au petit pois que tout peut heurter sans que rien ne la heurte véritablement. Le mal sur lequel elle cherche à mettre un nom, est sans doute [...]



    15. Üç ana karakter çevresinde, bilinç akışı yöntemiyle yazılmış romanda her şey anlatıcının iç dünyasında. Anıları, düşünceleri, benliğindeki yaralar, çocukluğu ve Viyana üzerine bir bilinç akışı söz konusu. Onun için önemli iki erkek ve onların kendi hayatı üzerindeki etkileri romanın merkezi. Duygu akışını takip etmek ve çoğu zaman anlamak epey yorucu. Özellikle içinci bölüm '' Üçüncü Adam'' kısmında babasıyla ilgili anımsadıkları ve sayı [...]


    16. Kolay bir kitap değil kesinlikle. Ama biraz sabırla keyfi çıkarılabilecek eserlerden. Tabii hayli karanlık konusu esasen bir keyif kaynağı olamaz. Thomas Bernhard gibi keskin bir toplum eleştirisi içeriyor. "Adına toplum denilen maskeli balo", "Toplum, düşünülebilecek en kanlı arenadır" gibi ifadeler bunun birkaç örneği. Bireyin çaresi zor bulunur yalnızlığını çarpıcı bir şekilde ortaya koyuyor. Karşılıksız aşk, tutku da önemli temalarından. İkinci bölümde [...]






    17. შეყვარებული ვარ ავტორზეც, წიგნზეც და მთარგმნელზეც ^^


    18. "Ah Ingeborg! Ben kor yuttum." diyor Birhan Keskin, gercekten ah Ingeborg bize kor yutturdun. Deliligin sinirlari, ask ve ask ve ask ve icimdeki agirlik.


    19. 9/10Certainly not the easiest book for me to get back in to reading with :P It is at times frustrating, at times intentionally very vague and oblique (as regards the titular Malina in particular), whilst at times so startlingly clear in its presentation of the main character's thoughts - her neurotic nature, her desperate emotional dependency on Ivan, her doubts, all the weight of the world crushing on her - that the book can become exhausting (even more so because the stream of consciousness na [...]


    20. I'm having a really hard time rating this book. It takes a LOOOONG time to get into. It's postmodern in a way that doesn't quite grab me, not like Angela Carter's work, which I absolutely LOVE. Still, it's interesting and, despite being very tedious for a very large portion, pretty good. I give it a 3 here because I can't say that I "really liked" it or "really liked" the experience of reading it, so I can't say 4 stars. Maybe someday, if I read it again, knowing what I know now—maybe then I'l [...]


    21. Malina was a challenging, but rewarding, read for me that seemed kind of like an abstract version of Written on the Body. Written in the 70s by an Austrian feminist scholar, the novel follows an unnamed narrator as she lives in her "Ungargasseland" in Vienna with a mysterious roommate named Malina and tries to build a relationship with Ivan and his two sons. The middle section is comprised entirely of dream sequences that explore the narrator's inner conflicts with a variety of characters and so [...]


    22. Reading Malina was a submersion into a mind, but unlike other narratives that follow a stream of consciousness through the missed connections and random construction of human thinking, Bachmann strings together a convincing and engaging view of that world. At times, reading the book requires labor, but much of it inspires the type of horrifying interest you sometimes get watching a major pileup on the freeway. I recommend this book to those who like their fiction on heavy on the psychology and l [...]


    23. There's something poetic in this book. Not only in the search that the main character seems to follow but just in its language There's something poetic in how the words born, in how they are simply united; there's something poetic in the way that Ingeborg Bachman sounds because you can hear it when you read it, I don't know how to explain it but I never felt before that the author was next to me, reading her sounds to my ear


    24. صحنه زجرآوری از به لجن کشیدن تمامی زندگی یک زن پاک توسط جامعه تنها به جرم زیبایی و تفاوتی که با دیگران دارد این تصویر آشنا نیست ؟؟؟ در کوچه بازارهای خودمان در همان پستوهای آپارتمان شده شهرهایمان قصه بیوه زنهای زیبایی که حق زندگی کردن و دوباره خوشبختی تجربه کردن را ندارند؟؟؟ا [...]


    25. This one literally hurt to read - just not at all my world (or how I see the world). Such doubts, such misery, such an effort to live, to breathe, to thinkSurely a very biased review and rating, but what can I do ?


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