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  • Title: Die Mansarde
  • Author: Marlen Haushofer
  • ISBN: 9783548605739
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback

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Die Mansarde

About "Marlen Haushofer"

  1. Marlen Haushofer

    Marlen Haushofer was born in Frauenstein, Molln, Austria on April the 11th, 1920 She went to a Catholic gymnasium that was turned in a public school under the Nazi regime She started her studies on German Language and Literature, in 1940 in Vienna and later on in Graz She married the dentist Manfred Haushofer in 1941, they divorced in 1950 but reunited in 1957 They had a son together, in addition to the one son she had brought to their second marriage.Although Marlen Haushofer won prizes for her work and gained critics laud, she was an almost forgotten author until the Women s Movement rediscovered her, with special attention of the role of women in the male dominated society themes in her work Die Wand The Wall can be seen as her main work It was published 1963, and it s a novel about a woman cut off from society that made her living on her own in the woods Not only because of the open ending, the novel allows a big variety of interpretations.Marlen Haushofer came down with bone cancer and died on March the 21st 1970, she was only 49 years old.

536 thoughts on “Die Mansarde”

  1. msarki.tumblr post 1472626The jacket blurb claims the book explores the anatomy of a desiccated marriage, the power of solitude, and the discord of Austrian society in the aftermath of Nazism With less than a fifth of the book remaining for me to read there is yet no indication for any examination of Nazism aftermath or Austrian societal discord, which has become a given in all literature pertaining to that horrendous historical event But solitude, and relationships of every stripe including mar [...]


  2. After I read Marlen Haushofer s The Wall sometime back and which I totally loved it is one of my alltime favourites now , I thought I should read other books by her If possible, all of them When I searched for her works, I discovered that only two other works of hers have been translated into English, and that too only in the last couple of years I felt sad when I discovered that, because I think all her works should be available in translation so that the rest of us can have the opportunity to [...]


  3. I m not sure I could say I enjoyed this book it was quite dark, and I was left feel frustrated at the end wanting to know and indeed read although that is of course a good sign But it was interesting, and I most definitely enjoyed getting right inside the head of the main character, and following the way her mind worked It s quite rare to read insights from those who don t see or partake of reality the way we re supposed to and I found it refreshing to see things from a different and honest p [...]



  4. Wat een eenzaamheid weet Haushofer met dit verhaal te tekenen, ongelofelijk Tussen de verschillende personages is wel interactie, maar echt contact hebben ze niet met elkaar Heel akelig.Het verhaal draait om een week uit het leven van een echtpaar, eind jaren 60 van de vorige eeuw Hij werkt buitenshuis, zij is een illustratrice, ze tekent met name insecten Ze probeert steeds een vogel te tekenen, een vogel die zich bewust is van de andere vogels Maar dat lukt niet en dat drijft haar tot wanhoop [...]


  5. I m not sure I could say I enjoyed this book it was quite dark, and I was left feel frustrated at the end wanting to know and indeed read although that is of course a good sign But it was interesting, and I most definitely enjoyed getting right inside the head of the main character, and following the way her mind worked It s quite rare to read insights from those who don t see or partake of reality the way we re supposed to and I found it refreshing to see things from a different and honest p [...]


  6. De hoofdpersoon in dit verhaal is, zoals de vrouwen in de romans van Marlen Haushofer, een kleinburgerlijke vrouw met weinig ambities en dromen.De roman beschrijft een week in het leven van die vrouw, met een paar terugblikken op een moeilijke periode in haar verleden.Heel mooi geschreven, niet voor mensen die van actie houden in een boek.Persoonlijk houd ik meer van haar boek De Wand , maar ben toch van plan nog ander werk van deze Oostenrijkse te lezen.


  7. a tegenstelling tot de wand dat me toch wel op een speciale manier gelukkig maaktewaar overleven, leven wordt, maakt de mansarde me enorm ongelukkignkere, eenzame woorden in een beknotte omgeving waar behagen en elkaar sparen de scepter zwaaienjammer



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