Lenz

Lenz

Georg Büchner / Sep 20, 2019

Lenz Die erst nach Georg B chners Tod erschienene fragmentarische Erz hlung Lenz geh rt zu den Meisterwerken der deutschsprachigen Prosa B chner schildert in seiner einzigen Erz hlung die fortschreite

  • Title: Lenz
  • Author: Georg Büchner
  • ISBN: 9783150079553
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • Die erst nach Georg B chners Tod erschienene fragmentarische Erz hlung Lenz 1839 geh rt zu den Meisterwerken der deutschsprachigen Prosa B chner schildert in seiner einzigen Erz hlung die fortschreitende psychische Erkrankung des Sturm und Drang Autors Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz 1751 1792 w hrend des kurzen Aufenthalts beim Pfarrer Johann Friedrich Oberlin im JanuaDie erst nach Georg B chners Tod erschienene fragmentarische Erz hlung Lenz 1839 geh rt zu den Meisterwerken der deutschsprachigen Prosa B chner schildert in seiner einzigen Erz hlung die fortschreitende psychische Erkrankung des Sturm und Drang Autors Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz 1751 1792 w hrend des kurzen Aufenthalts beim Pfarrer Johann Friedrich Oberlin im Januar Februar 1778 Die innovativen Erz hltechniken erm glichen dem Leser ein Miterleben von Lenz Erkrankung die Grenzen zwischen Innen und Au enwelt, von Vernunft und Wahnsinn scheinen zu zerflie en Der Hessische Landbote von 1834 markiert den H hepunkt der revolution ren Publizistik im deutschen Vorm rz Die von Friedrich Ludwig Weidig gemeinsam mit Georg B chner verfasste sozialrevolution re Flugschrift stellt die konomischen Verh ltnisse als die fundamentale Ursache der politischen Unfreiheit dar und ruft in einer ungew hnlichen Radikalit t zum Widerstand gegen die herrschenden Verh ltnisse auf.

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      • Georg Büchner

        Karl Georg B chner was a German dramatist and writer of prose He was the brother of physician and philosopher Ludwig B chner Georg B chner s talent is generally held in great esteem in Germany It is widely believed that, but for his early death, he might have attained the significance of such central German literary figures as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller.


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    1. I have re-read Lenz nearly every year since it was first introduced to me by a German woman I used to clean for. She was born with a dislocated hip and I took care of her house for her and her young child when she was a visiting professor at the university I attended. She gave me such a strong love for this book, for all of Buchner who died when he was in early twenties after producing some of the most compelling works of fiction and theatre. Lenz is based on a true story and Buchner describes t [...]


    2. 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 Büchner, haha a child this Büchner is when he wrote about Lenz. You hear me Georg? You're a child and you wr [...]


    3. 1. Κάποιος πρέπει να διορθώσει την ελληνική καταχώρηση του βιβλίου εδώ μέσα. (Μα είναι δυνατό; Λενς;)2. Οι εκδόσεις Άγρα έχουν ξεπεράσει τον εαυτό τους με εισαγωγή και επίμετρο που εξαντλούν τη σημασία του βιβλίου στη γερμανική λογοτεχνία. 3. Σε τόσο κλασικά κείμενα για τα οποί [...]


    4. این داستان از سه جنبه جالب بود:اول این که این داستان در واقع داستان تقریبا واقعی اتفاقاتیه که تو روزای آخر هوشیاری نویسنده ای به نام لنس اتفاق افتاده. لنس نویسنده ای بوده که زیر سایه ی دوست و در عین حال دشمنش، گوته، و البته عدم حمایت های خانواده و اجتماعش، نتونسته به موفقیتی که [...]


    5. A beautiful mindLenz è un racconto incompiuto scritto nel 1839 da Büchner all'età di ventidue anni.Büchner parla del drammaturgo Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz prendendo spunto da un manoscritto del pastore Oberlin, che lo ospitò 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 [...]


    6. 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 [...]


    7. I came to Büchner through Deleuze. Deleuze's Lenz is in a process of schizophrenic becoming. Büchner's Lenz is a playwright who escapes into the mountains, walking, walking, walking, and lost in rapture at the sublimity of it all. Lenz wanders to a priest's house and, Lenz, well, Lenz is in the process of what we might call "losing it." That is, if "it" is his ability to operate in the world; his ability to distinguish between reality and "non-reality." If that is "it," then "it" is what Lenz [...]


    8. 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 enttäuscht. Ich glaub ich kann das Ganze zusammenfassen mit: Ihm war, als ob. ihm ging das Herz auf Er fühlte sich, als ob Er ging ins Gebirge Es war ein schreckliches Schrecken, das ihn erschreckte Die Holländer malen besser Nur Shakespeare ist was wert Was er fühlte war unbeschreiblich (eine lange Beschreibung der Gefühle folgt, [...]




    9. 'Μα δεν ακούτε την τρομαχτική φωνή που ο ήχος της φθάνει ώς πέρα στον ορίζοντα και που οι άνθρωποι ονομάζουν σιωπή;''.μέσα του υπήρχε ένα τρομαχτικό κενό, δεν φοβόταν πιά, δεν επιθυμούσε απολύτως τίποτα, αντιμετώπιζε την ύπαρξη του σαν αναπόφευκτο βάρος κι έτσι συνέχισε να ζε [...]


    10. «Lenz», siendo un breve texto que podría haber sido un fragmento de una novela corta, es conocido como la primera descripción exacta de una esquizofrenia. ¡A mí me resultó una experiencia maravillosa!



    11. This edition is critical - a bizarre hybrid of found text, early modernism, and medical writing. To see how Buchner drew from his source material is satisfying.




    12. Man bemerkt sicherlich schon zu Beginn der Inhaltsangabe, dass diese fragmentarische Erzählung nicht unbedingt dem entspricht, was man heutzutage ein gewöhnliches Buch nennt. Alleine das Wiedergeben des Inhalts fällt wirklich schwer, da es an sich eigentlich keine kontinuierliche Handlung gibt, was natürlich grundlegend dem psychischen Zustand des Protagonisten zuzuschreiben ist. Im Vordergrund steht sein Charakter und die durch ihn nur in Bruchstücken erlebte Realität; logisch, wenn man b [...]


    13. He walked onward, caring little one way or another, to him the path mattered not, now up , now down. He felt no fatigue, except sometimes it annoyed him that he could not walk on his head.


    14. Not a very compelling read. It had its moments but overall found this quite a struggle to get through despite the novel's short length.


    15. "lenz" is one of my favorites of büchner and one of my favorites of all time, for it touched me deeply. of course, it's not a novel, a fragment in best case; it's short, the dialogues are disrupted; the narrow plot might make some people think it's "boring", and others might get bored by just any book they were forced to read in school.but where else would you find such wonderful descriptions of landscapes, both of a beauteous nature, and such an intense depiction of a mad, broken and finally r [...]


    16. One of the few books by the brilliant writer whose life was all too short, Georg Büchner's LENZ was one of the early nineteenth century examples of docufiction. The novella, compressed into three weeks of the life of the schizophrenic poet Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz (1751-1729), may be the first 'speculative biography' that captures this mode of insanity from the perspective of the third person. The version I read was the critically acclaimed translation by Richard Sieburth, a dual-language bo [...]


    17. Capolavoro! Mi chiedo cosa sarebbe diventato questo frammento una volta completato; Buchner: il primo grande drammaturgo tedesco, morto giovanissimo, scrive questo viaggio nella pazzia, - ispirato dalle pagine del diario del pastore Oberlin, che ospito' il poeta Lenz, presso la sua casa- all'età di 22 anni, in pieno periodo Sturm und Drang. Ho trovato delle analogie, che accomunano la sensibilità, e la fragilità impotente del poeta Lenz, con la breve esistenza di Kaspar Hauser, altro personag [...]


    18. I am a German student and had to read the book/novel for my A-Level. And what can I say, I absolutely love it! Not only because it's very short (which is always good for a book you have to read in class), but because it is extremely extraordinary written (at least in the German original).With Büchners novel we have the first real literary study of the, to his time, non existent psychological studies. The novel deals with Lenz, a young author who suffers from schizophrenic and manic-depressive e [...]


    19. My hopelessness resurfaces everytime I finish a book and my mood isn't compatible with anything in my reading list nor anywhere else for that matter. I finally found this book. German made. Beautiful. In all sense deep and pure. There is a candid submission to Nature here and it almost describes how I feel, almost. To want to merge with the lakes fully, to melt and be one with the water and the mountains and the air. To swallow the wind and be drowend in the sunlight. To take it all. To be taken [...]


    20. Hmmmwell, first I should have found out a little more what this book was about before I picked it up. My excitement over the fact that it's in German with the English translation over rode all other facts about this book. That aside, I did read the book in German up to page 40 before I switched to the English translation. I will be hanging on to the book to read again.I enjoyed the story Lenz. I would have enjoyed it a little more if I had known it was bio-fiction. I didn't discover this until t [...]


    21. This story is much more than just a tale of an intellectual falling into madness. Yes - schizophrenia it is. Whatever that is - schizophrenia. But what is really touching deep levels of ones mind and heart is the matter-of-factness of the diary style of the work which at the same time is written in a language that conveys a feeling of despair, loneliness and total loss of orientation that can be considered as a general human affliction - a kind of generalized all-human schizophrenia if you like. [...]


    22. Ich fand es erstaunlicherweise sehr interessant, obwohl ich nicht gedacht hatte, dass die Literatur des Realismus mich begeistern könnte.


    23. In 1777 Jacob Michael Reinhold Lenz suffered an attack of insanity and the following year was sent to stay at vicarage in Vosges Mountains of Alsace above Strasbourg, where he stayed for a time. Buchner, using the diaries of the minister who cared for Lenz, wrote this long story in 1836. It provides an interesting glimpse of how some people viewed and treated the mad before medical diagnoses were established. The mix of kindness and exasperation displayed by the minister reminded me of how lovin [...]


    24. A wonderful incomplete novella - the nature descriptions start it off like a "classic" German romantic novel, then it turns very modern in its description of the deteriorating mental status of Lenz. It's great how the narration is in third person but is still influenced by Lenz' mental status due to paranoid schizophrenia - for example, when he doesn't know what he's doing and loses his memory, the narration skips to afterwards. Sadly we will never know what happens to Lenz in the end as this is [...]


    25. Read it but didn't really get it. Going to read it again before I have uniclass and have to work with it, maybe I'll get it then.But I can already say that this is the typical style of writing of Georg Büchner, something that I adored in other works of him I came to dislike in this novel. It just didn't seem right to me.


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