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La Pianiste Elle ne boit pas, ne fume pas, couche encore 36 ans dans le lit maternel et aime bien rester chez elle Chaque fois que ses horaires de professeur de piano au conservatoire de Vienne le lui permettent, elle se pla t fr quenter les cin mas pornos, les peep shows et les fourr s du Prater Et quand un de ses tudiants tombe amoureux d elle, Erika Kohut ne sait lui offrir en change qu un sc nario cul , propre redorer la vieille relation du ma tre et de l esclave Cru, f roce et en m me temps d un comique irr sistible, ce livre n pargne ni l amour maternel et ses vaines ambitions, ni la v n rable institution qu est Vienne la grande musique, ni le sexe et ses n vroses. Free Read [ La Pianiste ] By [ Elfriede Jelinek ] – sneakerspear.co.uk

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  1. A bit like the moment in The Gold Rush where Charlie Chaplin opens his cabin door and the howling gale blasts him across the room and he spends the next five minutes trying to shut the door again so many raging roaring ideas came hurtling out of these pages that I struggled to close the book at all Actually, that s not the right image Too healthy It waslike one of those exhibitions of biological curiosities you got in some old teaching hospitals, somewhat frowned upon now, I imagine A bit like the moment in The Gold Rush where Charlie Chaplin opens his cabin door and the howling gale blasts him across the room and he spends the next five minutes trying to shut the door again so many raging roaring ideas came hurtling out of these pages that I struggled to close the book at all Actually, that s not the right image Too healthy It waslike one of those exhibitions of biological curiosities you got in some old teaching hospitals, somewhat frowned upon now, I imagine Something in a huge murky jar which you flinch from and turn away, sickened Well, it was a combination of in...

  2. Are our children ever our property Is it ever justifiable for one human being to take possession of another human s will and freedom is it okay to retain another human being for our own personal use, like you would do with a motor vehicle or a cup or a comb Even when that human being belongs to another nation, or is our own child There is currently a world wide ban against making slaves of persons belonging to other nationalities, though there is not yet consensus about making slaves of ot Are our children ever our property Is it ever justifiable for one human being to take possession of another human s will and freedom is it okay to retain another human being for our own personal use, like you would do with a motor vehicle or a cup or a comb Even when that human being belongs to another nation, or is our own child There is currently a world wide ban against making slaves of persons belonging to other nationalities, though there is not yet consensus about making slaves of other species, or of our own children.Some people are evenpassionate against making captives of wild animals, against torturing them with an unnatural existence and having us preside over the fate of their life or death, than they are about doing these things to human beings His vision, from the constantly passing bars,has grown so weary that it cannot holdanything else It seems to him th...

  3. Show, not tell The eternal plaint of literature Do not tell us of the parade bleed our ears to the beat of cacophony Do not list out the throes of death pierce our lungs and tie them up behind our backs Do not speak of emotions with a single word grip our hearts and plunge them into the carefully calibrated abyss.Well, alright Let me give that a try.People say, oh, the joys of music People sigh, oh, the mystic devotion of motherhood People scream, oh, the sacrilegious desensitization o Show, not tell The eternal plaint of literature Do not tell us of the parade bleed our ears to the beat of cacophony Do not list out the throes of death pierce our lungs and tie them up behind our backs Do not speak of emotions with a single word grip our hearts and plunge them into the carefully calibrated abyss.Well, alright Let me give that a try.People say, oh, the joys of music People sigh, oh, the mystic devotion of motherhood People scream, oh, the sacrilegious desensitization of modern society People mutter, oh, th...

  4. I rarely think of Elfriede Jelinek any She used to be my favourite pet hate for a couple of years after she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature Somehow I was reconciled with her in the year 2016 After all, she is an intelligent, talented woman who can write unbearably painful, yet eloquent and sophisticated prose I don t like her writing, but she undoubtedly is a skilled and interesting author She may deserve a Nobel Prize in Literature for that So, peace made Today I reviewed my I rarely think of Elfriede Jelinek any She used to be my favourite pet hate for a couple of years after she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature Somehow I was reconciled with her in the year 2016 After all, she is an intelligent, talented woman who can write unbearably painful, yet eloquent and sophisticated prose I don t like her writing, but she undoubtedly is a skilled and interesting author She may deserve a Nobel Prize in Literature for that So, peace made Today I reviewed my all time pet hate Strindberg, one of the authors I have loved to torture myself with since adolescence His vitriolic, evil brilliance just defies my need for rational, aesthetic AND emotional approval I keep reading him, and hating him, and admiring him, year after year All of a sudden...

  5. I am convinced the most unfortunate people are those who would make an art of love It sours other effort Of all artists, they are certainly the most wretchedNorman MailerErika Kohut, the piano teacher, is an instrument of nature aiming solely for artistic cleanliness She is an outstanding interpreter but won t ever be able to perform Her soul has been sucked dry and her mind has been poisoned by a sadistic upbringing, damaging permanently the neuronal connection that unites music and humI am convinced the most unfortunate people are those who would make an art of love It sours other effort Of all artists, they are certainly the most wretchedNorman MailerErika Kohut, the piano teacher, is an instrument of nature aiming solely for artistic cleanliness She is an outstanding interpreter but won t ever be able to perform Her soul has been sucked dry and her mind has been poisoned by a sadistic upbringing, damaging permanently the neuronal connection that unites music and humanity She could have been a brilliant concertist, but her inability to feel, her incapability to express emotion after years of submission and mistreatment relegates her to a teaching position, which is ideal to refract her own frustrations onto herworking third classstudents and find creative forms of debasement as if she were writing the most sublime sonatas of repression and the most magnificent symphonies of abuse.Music arises as a metaph...

  6. Erika, the piano teacher, has issues She s in her late 30s, an age we are repeatedly told is quite old, and she sleeps in the matrimonial bed with her domineering mother hands outside the covers, lest those fingers go wandering The book opens with Erika pulling a handful of hair out of her mother s head, and it only gets better worse from there To say muchwould risk taking away the gasps a reader is entitled to when reading this The synopsis of The Piano Teacher didn t really prepare Erika, the piano teacher, has issues She s in her late 30s, an age we are repeatedly told is quite old, and she sleeps in the matrimonial bed with her domineering mother hands outside the covers, lest those fingers go wandering The book opens with Erika pulling a handful of hair out of her mother s head, and it only gets better worse from there To say muchwould risk taking away the gasps a reader is entitled to when reading this The synopsis of The Piano Teacher didn t really prepare me for it at all I was looking forward to the mother daughter dynamic, as I m drawn to deranged parent child relationships I had no idea just how deranged it would be Of all the foul and sadistic events in this book, a small, animalistic scene between mother and daughter in bed haunted me the most I had to look away for a while, and I m not gen...

  7. The Piano Teacher is an unbearably gruesome read It starts off with a brutal spat of domestic violence with fistfuls of pulled hair and ends with two of the most disgusting sex scenes I ve read in modern literature This is not a novel about personal growth or development, but about the opposite Our main character, a piano teacher living with her hovering parasite of a mother, experiences personal destruction and the conflation of sex and romantic pleasure with pain Unhealthy obsessions wit The Piano Teacher is an unbearably gruesome read It starts off with a brutal spat of domestic violence with fistfuls of pulled hair and ends with two of the most disgusting sex scenes I ve read in modern literature This is not a novel about personal growth or development, but about the opposite Our main character, a piano teacher living with her hovering para...

  8. In many ways, Elfriede Jelinek s Die Klavierspielerin is amazing Visceral, explosive, descriptive in a horrifying, yet also curiously enticing manner, the novel presents a massively cracked and crumbling, distorted mirror of society not just Austrian society, but society in general and how stranglingly vigorous and seemingly impossible to fray and sever the patriarchal structures and fibres of power and might are and continue to be and how they consume and infiltrate everything and everyone In many ways, Elfriede Jelinek s Die Klavierspielerin is amazing Visceral, explosive, descriptive in a horrifying, yet also curiously enticing manner, the novel presents a massively cracked and crumbling, distorted mirror of society not just Austrian society, but society in general and how stranglingly vigorous and seemingly impossible to fray and sever the patriarchal structures and fibres of power and might are and continue to be and how they consume and infiltrate everything and everyone Erika Kohut s mother might se...

  9. I cut myself with razors and bleed out, I consume it back, which is me, part of me, it is mine.Sitting down in a pasture full of slimy eels, crushing them as they discharge their squeamish bits all over me.Letting the gelatinous barrage of honey overwhelm me, while ants gnaw at my skin Breaking glass and running my fingers over it, crushing it in my bare hands, letting it stick out from every pore it manages to puncture.This orifice of mine is not just mine, but someone else s it can t tell me I cut myself with razors and bleed out, I consume it back, which is me, part of me, it is mine.Sitting down in a pasture full of slimy eels, crushing them as they discharge their squeamish bits all over me.Letting the gelatinous barrage of honey overwhelm me, while ants gnaw at my skin Breaking glass and running my fingers over it, crushing it in my bare hands, letting it stick out from every pore it manages to puncture.This orifice of mine is not just mine, but someone else s it can t tell me how to feel, but IT, THEY can enslave me I am THEIR slave Own me, Rape me, Gag me, Bind me, Devour me.The above is given for the effect it had on me, it affected me in ways that no book ever has made upon me and I ll never forget it, it s highly unforgettable It engages you in a story of a repressed...