Austerlitz

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Over the course of a thirty-year conversation unfolding in train stations and travelers’ stops across England and Europe, W.G. Sebald’s unnamed narrator and Jacques Austerlitz discuss Austerlitz’s ongoing efforts to understand who h ...Continua
Ignominia
Wrote 5/4/16
amazing book...

amazing book...

angiolina
Wrote 8/23/13
E' una scrittura molto triste e malinconica, questa di Sebald. Innanzitutto, nulla è riferito in prima persona, ma la misteriosa voce narrante, di cui non si sa nulla o quasi, riferisce le conversazioni con Jacques Austerlitz, incontrato per la prima...Continua
Vincè
Wrote 8/14/13

la divina proporzione: la memoria sta al mondo, come il ricordo sta alla persona...

il Ciri
Wrote 10/27/11

Clever, strange, disturbing, intriguing. I will probably have to read it again, only get to understand it a bit more.

maelstrom
Wrote 7/4/10

Probably one of the latest masterworks in European literature: a devastating journey into the memory of the Shoah, in a brilliant moden stream-of-consciousness format. Haunting and fascinating.


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