[PDF / Epub] ✈ Stimmen aus dem harten Kern ☀ Ursula Krechel – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

  • Hardcover
  • 313 pages
  • Stimmen aus dem harten Kern
  • Ursula Krechel
  • English
  • 22 June 2019
  • 9780924047657

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    Ambitious in scope, and stunningly executed The voices that blur together and pull apart are simultaneously sympathetic and horrific, the collage technique at once jarring and unifying This is a work of paradoxes, of dissonance and contradiction, an utterly human work In its examination of the voices of war it implicitly questions the rationale for killing, without falling into propaganda The work collapses time, moving from the Peloponnesian war to modern conflicts and the shifts jar the reader into confronting the essential unchanging nature of violence She manages to transcend the quotidian critiques of war with the precision of her formal and self imposed ...

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Stimmen aus dem harten KernPoetry Bilingual Edtion Translated From The German By Amy Kepple Strawser In This First Ever Bilingual Edition Of VOICES FROM THE BITTER CORE Stimmen Aus Dem Harten Kern Acclaimed German Poet Ursula Krechel Traces The Devastating Repercussions Of Violence And Warfare, From The Battles Of Ancient Greece To The Trenches Of World War I And The Invasions Of Our Current Century Krechel Employs A Collage Technique That Blends Ancient And Modern In An Inventive And Astute Way, Mixing Quotes Taken From Military Instruction Manuals And Codes Of Conduct With The Imagined Perspectives Of Historical Figures Such As Byron And Philoctetes And The Anonymous Voices Of Soldiers And Civilians The Arbitrariness Of Violence Is Juxtaposed With The Strikingly Rigorous Form, With Each Of The Twelve Chapters Consisting Of Twelve Twelve Line Poems Behind This Multiplicity Of Speakers And Techniques, The Reader Hears A Lyrical And Monumental Voice That Distils The Essence Of War VOICES FROM THE BITTER CORE Is A Profound And Lasting Memorial To The Wages Of Human Brutality.

About the Author: Ursula Krechel

Krechel was born in Trier From 1966 to 1972 she studied German studies, theatre, and art history at the University of Cologne From 1969 to 1972, she worked as a drama advisor in Dortmund After 1972, she lived in Frankfurt am Main for many years and now works in Berlin as a writer, focusing on Lyric poetry, but also writing prose, drama, and radio drama.