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Lenz OK I ve got to get this straight Straight You hear me So there is this writer Lenz, and this other writer, Kaufmann is his friend And Goethe Goethe was his frenemy, I mean Lenz s friend and enemy And Kaufmann said to Lenz to go and see Oberlin He can help you , Kaufmann says Go to Oberlin Where is Oberlin Go to the Vosges mountains, Lenz, find Oberlin And so he did And B chner, haha a child this B chner is when he wrote about Lenz You hear me Georg You re a child and you writ OK I ve got to get this straight Straight You hear me So there is this writer Lenz, and this other writer, Kaufmann is his friend And Goethe Goethe was his frenemy, I mean Lenz s friend and enemy And Kaufmann said to Lenz to go and see Oberlin He can help you , Kaufmann says Go to Oberlin Where is Oberlin Go to the Vosges mountains, Lenz, find Oberlin And so he did And B chner, haha a child this B chner is when he wrote about Lenz You hear me Georg You re a child and you write about another child Don t look at me like that I mthan twice as old as you ever were Where am I Oh yes, yes, Lenz went to Oberlin to seek help And Oberlin was a nice guy He invented Kindergarten didn t he He was nice But it didn t work IT NEVER WORKS WITH THIS FUCKING DISEASE It s 1778, and it s 2015, and it.just.never.works.out Not for Lenz, not for anybody And where is Nash Hey, Nash, you re supposed to be dead You died like two days ago, didn t you At least Nash got old Not like Lenz, or Kaufmann, or B chner Oberlin got old too He was nice Oberlin, you re nice And Georg Georg Please.stop.talking Es una obra corta pero para quienes, como a mi, nos interesa la psicolog a es sumamente atrayente Una indagaci n de la locura totalmente adictiva Aunque no hay explicaciones, se nos hace participes de lo que aqueja al protagonista y de su desconocimiento lo que le provoca un implacable terror. 1234 5 1234 56 Werner Herzog, Woyzeck , A beautiful mindLenz un racconto incompiuto scritto nel 1839 da B chner all et di ventidue anni.B chner parla del drammaturgo Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz prendendo spunto da un manoscritto del pastore Oberlin, che lo ospit per un breve periodo.Un racconto angosciante, scritto con frasi molto brevi, concitate, spezzate, mescolate con altre lunghe e contorte Un modo di scrivere che descrive con estrema efficacia la psicosi dell uomo, la sua confusione, il suo affanno, il suo tormento, la sua A beautiful mindLenz un racconto incompiuto scritto nel 1839 da B chner all et di ventidue anni.B chner parla del drammaturgo Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz prendendo spunto da un manoscritto del pastore Oberlin, che lo ospit per un breve periodo.Un racconto angosciante, scritto con frasi molto brevi, concitate, spezzate, mescolate con altre lunghe e contorte Un modo di scrivere che descrive con estrema efficacia la psicosi dell uomo, la sua confusione, il suo affanno, il suo tormento, la sua spasmodica ricerca di una ragione per vivere.Di giorno Lenz riesce a trovare un po di pace e di equilibrio, ma di notte viene attanagliato dalla disperazione pi profonda, che lo costringe a cercare rifugio in Dio oppure a gettarsi con furia nella fontana di acqua gelata o a procurarsi dolore fisico pur di scacciare i pensieri, i sogni e le paure che lo devastano Verso sera gli cal addosso una paura straordinaria Poche pagine, ma in grado di trasmetterci un ansia sconfinata, il dolore di una persona che non trova giustificazione nella sua stessa esistenza Sempre salire, lottare e gettar via per l eternit tutto quello che offre l attimo, e privarsi sempre di qualcosa per godere poi chiss quando Il vuoto, il freddo, la disperazione, la pazzia, che lentamente si trasforma in una pressoch totale indifferenza senza speranza Incredibile la figura di Georg B chner, che ha scritto capolavori letterari uno su tutti Woyzek Wozzek, poi divenuta pure opera lirica di prima grandezza con un linguaggio moderno, visionario e decisamente innovativo.Difficile credere che buona parte delle sensazioni cos ben descritte nei suoi libri non fossero da lui vissute nella vita di tutti giorni e quindi ben presenti nella sua mente.Genio e follia Chiss cosa sarebbe riuscito a scrivere se solo il tifo non lo avesse ucciso a soli 24 anni Wie bewertet man diesen fragmentarischen Ausschnitt ber die Innenwelt eins Menschen, der in Wahnsinn, Depression und eine akute Psychose abgleitet Sehr schwer, ist die Antwort Regeln, die man normalerweise an Geschichten anwenden w rde, gelten hier nicht mehr Es gibt keine Handlung, da die Au enwelt auch keine Rolle spielt Man befindet sich fast komplett in der Innenwelt von Lenz und die ist wie ein in tausend Teile zersprungener Spiegel, man sieht unz hlige Dinge zugleich, Bruchst cke von Wie bewertet man diesen fragmentarischen Ausschnitt ber die Innenwelt eins Menschen, der in Wahnsinn, Depression und eine akute Psychose abgleitet Sehr schwer, ist die Antwort Regeln, die man normalerweise an Geschichten anwenden w rde, gelten hier nicht mehr Es gibt keine Handlung, da die Au enwelt auch keine Rolle spielt Man befindet sich fast komplett in der Innenwelt von Lenz und die ist wie ein in tausend Teile zersprungener Spiegel, man sieht unz hlige Dinge zugleich, Bruchst cke von Gedanken und Emotionen, auf dem Kopf stehende Realit ten, unzusammenh ngende Ereignisse und scharfkantige Erinnerungen Man kann puzzlen und puzzlen, aber am Ende bluten einem die Finger und man erkennt dass dahinter kein koh rentes Ganzes mehr steckt Lenz ist zerbrochen, in tausend Teile Als Psychologin war das f r mich extrem spannend und authentisch, als Leserin war es ein wenig m hsam Lenz, Georg B chner s visionary exploration of an th century playwright s descent into madness, grew in part out of Alsatian pastor Johann Oberlin s journal, which is translated here in its entirety for the first time Lenz is a dispassionate account on the nervous system of a schizophrenic, perhaps the first third person text ever written from the inside of insanity At his death at the age ofin , Georg B chner also left behind Leonce and Lena, Woyzeck, and Danton s Death psychologically and politically acute plays well ahead of their timeRichard Sieburth s translations include H lderlin s Hymns and Fragments, Walter Benjamin s Moscow Diary, G rard de Nerval s Selected Writings and Henri Michaux s Emergences Resurgences His English edition of the Nerval writings won thePEN Book of the Month Club Translation Prize An early example of the blending of fiction and non fiction in this novelization of German playwright Jakob Lenz Focusing only on a short period of Lenz s life, it shows his slow descent into madness, but notably leaves out all other context in terms of what led up to any of this, and what happens afterwards The effect is strange, though I can t put it into words why The prose is very interesting also There is a quality to it, where the kind of depression Lenz was going through seeps down in An early example of the blending of fiction and non fiction in this novelization of German playwright Jakob Lenz Focusing only on a short period of Lenz s life, it shows his slow descent into madness, but notably leaves out all other context in terms of what led up to any of this, and what happens afterwards The effect is strange, though I can t put it into words why The prose is very interesting also There is a quality to it, where the kind of depression Lenz was going through seeps down into the descriptions even though it is narrated in third person It s very subtle, but it seems like these landscapes should be somehowenergetic,colorful than they are described here Or maybe that s not it Maybe they are beautiful, but there is a certain distance in the voice, as if to say what is it to me if it s beautiful Maybe that isn t it either, but I liked this je ne sais quoi lity of the prose a lot.One has to love mankind in order to penetrate into the unique existence of each being, nobody can be too humble, too ugly, only then can you understand them the most insignificant face makes a deeper impression than the mere sensation of beauty and one can allow the figures to emerge without copying anything into them from the outside where no life, no muscle, no pulse surges or swells p 33Overall though, I admired the bookthan I was truly thrilled by it This beautiful Archipalego edition includes 3 secondary texts Oberlin s journals which Buchner bases many of his facts on, to the point of copying some sections word for word , Goethe s short account of Lenz which is unfairly tainted by personal bias and animosity and the translator s afterword which was very helpful, especially towards the end, for making heads or tails of this book Als jemand, der Woyzeck liebte und auch Leonce und Lena verschlungen hat unterm Tisch im Deutschunterricht , hatte ich mich sehr auf Lenz gefreut Und war bitter entt uscht Ich glaub ich kann das Ganze zusammenfassen mit Ihm war, als ob ihm ging das Herz auf Er f hlte sich, als ob Er ging ins Gebirge Es war ein schreckliches Schrecken, das ihn erschreckte Die Holl nder malen besser Nur Shakespeare ist was wert Was er f hlte war unbeschreiblich eine lange Beschreibung Als jemand, der Woyzeck liebte und auch Leonce und Lena verschlungen hat unterm Tisch im Deutschunterricht , hatte ich mich sehr auf Lenz gefreut Und war bitter entt uscht Ich glaub ich kann das Ganze zusammenfassen mit Ihm war, als ob ihm ging das Herz auf Er f hlte sich, als ob Er ging ins Gebirge Es war ein schreckliches Schrecken, das ihn erschreckte Die Holl nder malen besser Nur Shakespeare ist was wert Was er f hlte war unbeschreiblich eine lange Beschreibung der Gef hle folgt, inbesondere schrecklich und erschreckend Gott, Gott, Gott mit einem Schlag Atheist Oh, diese Frau welche Frau berhaupt , Wahn, Wahn, Wahn g hnende Langweile Lenz il libro pi bello che io abbia mai letto, probabilmente L accuratezza e la empatia con cui Georg B chner riesce a descrivere la follia, la poetica di Lenz e la sua, sono a dir poco straordinarie.Sembra di essere l , a sentire il vuoto e a volerne uscire, poi a rinunciare, a pensare alla religione e lasciarsi pervadere, per poi essere atei e bestemmiare il momento subito seguente Siamo portatori di verit universali, ma poi ci arrendiamo al peso della vita.


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