Mitte des Lebens

Mitte des Lebens

Luise Rinser / Nov 19, 2019

Mitte des Lebens Als Luise Rinsers Roman Mitte des Lebens zum ersten Mal erschien schrieb Die Weltwoche in Z rich Dieser Roman eine Liebesgeschichte teils in Tagebuchform teils direkt erz hlt ist wahrscheinlich da

  • Title: Mitte des Lebens
  • Author: Luise Rinser
  • ISBN: 9783596202560
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • Als Luise Rinsers Roman Mitte des Lebens zum ersten Mal erschien, schrieb Die Weltwoche in Z rich Dieser Roman, eine Liebesgeschichte teils in Tagebuchform, teils direkt erz hlt, ist wahrscheinlich das ausgeformteste und reichste Buch, das die deutsche Literatur heute besitzt Es schildert die erf llungslose Liebe eines um zwanzig Jahre lteren Mannes, Dr Stein, ProfeAls Luise Rinsers Roman Mitte des Lebens zum ersten Mal erschien, schrieb Die Weltwoche in Z rich Dieser Roman, eine Liebesgeschichte teils in Tagebuchform, teils direkt erz hlt, ist wahrscheinlich das ausgeformteste und reichste Buch, das die deutsche Literatur heute besitzt Es schildert die erf llungslose Liebe eines um zwanzig Jahre lteren Mannes, Dr Stein, Professor der Medizin, zu der jungen Studentin Nina Buschmann, die im Laufe der Handlung zur Frau heranw chst

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      • Luise Rinser

        Luise Rinser 30 April 1911 in Pitzling, Landsberg am Lech, Upper Bavaria 17 March 2002 in Unterhaching, Munich was a German writer.Luise Rinser was born on 30 April 1911 in Pitzling, a constituent community of Landsberg am Lech, in Upper Bavaria Her birth house still exists She was educated in a Volksschule in Munich, where she scored high marks on her exams After the exams, she worked as an aide in various schools in Upper Bavaria, where she learned the reformed pedagogical style of Franz Seitz, who influenced her teaching and writing During these years, she wrote her first short stories for the journal Herdfeuer She refused to join the Nazi Party, but after 1936 belonged to the NS Frauenschaft and until 1939 she also belonged to the Teacher s Association In 1939, she resigned from teaching and was married In 1944 she was denounced for undermining military morale, and imprisoned the end of the war stopped the legal proceedings against her, which probably would have concluded with a death sentence She described her experience in the Traunstein women s prison in her Prison Journals Gef ngnistagebuch of 1946 She described herself in an ode to Adolf Hitler as opposed to the Nazis Her first husband, and the father of both her sons, the composer and choir director Horst G nther Schnell, died on the Russian Front Afterward, she married the communist writer Klaus Herrmann, but this marriage was annulled about 1952 From 1945 to 1953, she was a freelance writer for the New Daily News Munich , and she established her residence in that city.In 1954, she married the composer Carl Orff and they divorced in 1960 She formed a tight friendship with the Korean composer Isang Yun, with the abbot of a monastery, and with the theologian Karl Rahner In 1959, she lived in Rome, and then in 1965 in Rocca di Papa, near Rome, where she was recognized as an honored resident in 1986 Afterward, she lived until her death at her apartment in Munich.Rinser kept herself active in political and social discussions in Germany She supported Willy Brandt in his 1971 72 campaign, and demonstrated with the writers Heinrich B ll, G nter Grass and many others against the retrofitting of Germany with Pershing rockets She became a sharp critic of the Catholic Church, although she never left it and she was an accredited journalist at the Second Vatican Council She also criticized, in open letters, the prosecution of Andreas Baader and Gudrun Ensslin, and others, and wrote to Ensslin s father Gudrun has a friend in me for life In 1972, she traveled to the Soviet Union, the USA Spain, India, Indonesia, South Korea, North Korea, and Iran she saw the Revolutionary leader Ruhollah Khomeini as a shining model for the states of the Third World Japan, Colombia and many other countries She engaged herself for the abolition of the Abortion paragraph 218 in its current form She served as a leading voice for the Catholic Left in Germany.In 1984, she was proposed by the Gr nen as a candidate for the office of federal president.


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    1. Nina's life was passionate, turbulent, and agitating.She accepted her fate uncritically.She never gave up her belief, thought, and emotion.She truly devoted to her destiny.


    2. "I think those who question the meaning of life, don't get the answer. Yet those who never question already seem to know.""I decided to live.""For the first time in my life, I realized that pain was an asset."So far the best reading I have done this year. Will probably go back to this book multiple times whenever I feel myself fall into ennui of life. I don't want to exist, or "be lived" as written in the book. I want to live, despite its sorrow, pain and uncertainty.


    3. "Du warst es, die mir immer eine Tür auftat, wenn ich endlos durch Korridore gegangen war, die dunkel und ausweglos erschienen; du kamst und mit dir ein Ausblick aud besonntes, freies Land, und wenn ich dies Land auch nie betreten konnte, so war es doch sein Anblick , der mich vor der letzten Hoffnungslosigkeit bewahrte."Was für eine wunderschöne, leise, traurige Liebesgeschichte. Sprachlich umwerfend und voller Wahrheit über das Leben.


    4. Vielleicht ist dieser ein mislungener Roman-zuviel Inner-analyse zu viel weibliche´Selbsbetrachtung und innwärtens blickende mit sich selbst Auseinadersetzung, und trotzdem eine kompromislose Geschcihte, ein sehr ehrliher und klarer Roman.Diese Geschichte einer Liebe während der Jahren des dritten Reiches ist weit von jeder einfacheren Propagandaruf wie sich in denm Romanen von Lenz oder Böll zu finden ist, entfernt. Es ist ein Roman der sich vorerst mit der Liebe und mit Treue zu Idealen si [...]


    5. This book was originally writtened in German.I read a translation in Korean and I was moved in lots of chapters. Not only every phrase gave me impression but also made me think of directedness, independence from depending on what let us lose our own self-awarness. And it made me think of me, so simmilar to her image internally, having wants to grow more and act(experience, participate in society) as much as possible.One of my questions I've made after reading this novel is "What is an independen [...]


    6. 할머니가 앉아 있는 의자 가까이에 파리 잡는 끈끈이 종이가 천장에서부터 내려와 있었다. 그것은 풀칠한 종이로서 파리가 그곳에 붙으면 얼마 동안 절망적인 해방운동을 하다가 점점 더 가망 없이 풀의 질긴 실에 엉키어 비참한 죽음을 당하게 되어 있었다. 파리 잡는 종이는 벌써 바리 시체로 새까맸다. 나는 파리의 달콤한 풀에 대한 탐욕이 본능적 경게보다도 강한 것을 이상 [...]


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