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Berlin AlexanderplatzDigging Ourselves Out It s unlikely His Real Father that any writer has been described inerms of other writers preceding and following han Alfred D blin Joyce Dostoevsky Henry Miller Bukowski Martin Amis Henry Fielding Upton Sinclair C line Burgess Smollett Isherwood dos Passos and Conrad among others have been mentioned freuently as influences or being influenced It seems impossible o pin D blin down o a definite style or echniue I find him an inspiration for William Gaddis s JR for example in his stream of co 2016 Book I was Most Afraid To Hate I just don have it in me I dipped into his book for wo months and only got o 13 % I cannot do it I immensely dislike his book despite it being a modern classic I am going o cut my losses and consider it my Infinite Jest of 2016 A hundred years ago here was a craze for giant plotless novels hat The Incumbent, Part I (Ballbusting Nutcrackers) triedo slice hrough an entire city or even country and look down at he housands of humans milling around like badly dressed ants and itemise hem all These huge novels Ulysses by Jimmy Joyce USA by Johnny Dos Passos The Waste Land by Tommy Eliot not a novel but he same kind of hing use newspaper clippings adverts random dialogue doggerel children s rhymes radio announcements political proclamations Greek myths Pray for the Girl they lovehose and anything and everything Engaged in Death to collage mashogether ALL OF MODERN LIFE in a frantic attempt Ice Planet Barbarians Part 6 to mirrorhe stressed out psychological dissociativeness and allround bonkers uality of how we live NOW multivalent as opposed o how we lived THEN linearly This large and enormously impressive novel Berlin Alexanderplatz is one of hose If you re serious about literature you have o like his one it s an acknowledged masterpiece so get with he program and I am impressed hat many goodreaders proclaim Baltimore Chronicles Volume 1 their love forhis massive stodge of The Omen tiresome detail dull unattributed conversation and rancid behaviorhe guy we are following Franz Biberkopf has just done a 4 year stretch for beating his girlfriend o death an act described as some stupid stuff But as a serial abandoner of great literature you may be assured hat I could not finish it so it got chucked on The Bleeding of the Stone the pilehat already contains The Man who Loved Children Sentimental Education The Naked and he Dead The Adventures of Augie March and of course Miss Macintosh My Darling amongst many other lesser works Sometimes you come across stuff and you says o yourself hat here Mona Lisa is a great painting I know Calm Before The Storm that it s obvious enough but she gets on my nerves I don have Frío / Subte to like it So I do sayshat Berlin Alexanderplatz is a hell of a novel probably a great novel but I didn Vidar t like it Note on UlyssesThis is not Alfred Doblin s fault at all but some of his fans sayhat Modern Albania: From Dictatorship to Democracy in Europe this novel is like Ulysses when it really isn It s somewhat like Womens Infidelity 2 the stream of consciousness sections of Ulysses buthey are a small part of Ulysses But even Suspended Animation: Short Stories of those who wait then Mr Doblin doesn really do much stream of consciousness either he does stream of conversation Perhaps accurately described as stream of inane blathering Berlin Alexanderplatz The German euivalent o James Joyce UlyseesBerlin Alexanderplatz is considered o be one of he most important and innovative works of Alexanderplatz is considered o be one of المشرق العربي المعاصر من البداوة إلى الدولة الحديثة the most important and innovative works of early 20th with world wide recognition and onhe op 100 lists Therefore I was eager o finally read his amazing book which didn dissapoint Franz Biberkopf Therefore I was eager Murder and Mayhem: A Doctor Answers Medical and Forensic Questions for Mystery Writers to finally readhis amazing book which didn Monsoon Summer t dissapoint Franz Biberkopf Rainer Wener Fassbinder s Berlin Alexanderplatzelevision series It s 1929 in Berlin when Franz Biberkopf is released from prison for homicide Out of jail he swears o become an honest man but as life continues o fail him he relapses Unable Phantom Hill to extricate himself fromhe underworld into which he has sunk he must deal with misery unemployment lack of opportunities crime and he imminent ascendency OF NAZISM CHEATED HUMILIATED MUTILATED EMBROILED Nazism Cheated humiliated mutilated embroiled an underworld of pimps hugs drunks and prostitutes Franz picks himself up over and over again but only falls deeper Berlin 1923To add he context for he non German readers I feel like I need o explain hat Scandal in Silver time This novel plays inhe area of Silver Eve the German Weimarer Republik which markshe Whales and Tales time betweenhe first and Second World War 1918 o 1933 The Weimar Republic faced numerous problems including hyperinflation political extremism as well as contentious relationships with he victors of he First World War Resentment in Germany owards he Treaty of Versailles and it s agreement on war reparations owards he victors was strong especially among he right political spectrum It was his situation which drove Germany into a financial and social crisis mass unemployment hunger and political extremism Veterans without legs and pain medication were lying on he streets bagging for food and he infant mortality was he highest in Europe Be aware hat his was The Last Survivor: Living In A Town Called Dachau the situation even beforehe Great Depression in 1929 Many wonder how Hitler could come Less Doing, More Living to power in 1933 It washe Great Depression already hitting his extremely instabile situation hat allowed Nazism Lacan's �crits: A Reader's Guide - Volume 2: Between Freud and Structuralism to spread Hitler picked up onhe despair promised employment and spread hate DIY Magic: A Strange and Whimsical Guide to Creativity towards jews andhe victors of Disappointment River: Finding and Losing the Northwest Passage the First World War makinghem responsible for My Lover the Bigfoot their sufferingMeanwhilehe novel doesn The War Artists: British Official War Art Of The Twentieth Century t completely miss out onhe golden And Home Was Kariakoo twenties either In Germany it only leado a small and very short economic spike in 192627 but art and culture spread non An English Murder the less It washe Don't Talk To Strangers time during which danceheaters drinking music pornography and The Worst Thots Ever: A 512 Scandal Vol. 1 the sexrade in general were hriving despite he Wilheminic era of blue laws Berlin 1929It s Literary Machines 931 this area in whichhe novel dives into with he problems of he Weimar Republic but before he Great Depression During he cultural spike while having extremely high crime rates with a character hat is rough and extremely violent but also kind hearted and naive It s very easy o abuse him for political propaganda or involve him in crimes without him being political antisemitic or even aware of his actions Still he is All the Colors We Are: Todos los colores de nuestra piel/The Story of How We Get Our Skin Color the one always payinghe price while The Girl in the Maze the initiators walk free The conseuences he suffers become and severe leaving him severely disabled He had good intentions and nothe criminal motivation you would expect but is pushed into circumstances hat make it almost impossible for him o ever make an honest living While being a criminal without uestion it s hard o not sympathize with him at imes Alfred D blinAlthough. In uesto libro ineguagliabile epico e insieme espressionista c'è utta Berlino com'era sul finire degli anni Venti Ma Berlin Alexanderplatz sfugge alle cat. Its narrative style is sometimes compared o Tapas Deck: 50 Little Dishes that Capture the Essence of Spanish Cooking that of James Joyce s it has many discrepancies as well and remains it s own innovation It combines allraits of criminal novel social commentary love story development ension and sarcasm The German original massively switches between languages from he proletarian slang of Berlin s criminals German bureaucracy wise jews military songs classic poetry and irritated doctors which is why I urge you o get a good ranslation Alfred D blin was a jewish socialist writer and psychiatrist which lead him The Real James Herriot: A Memoir of My Father to flew from Germany in 1933 and Berlin Alexanderplatz was burned Wandering in Weimar Purgatory Brutal and prophetic anything but boring I m glad I filledhat void Main character Berlin As a foil you get o know he criminal Franz Biberkopf who My Own Worst Enemy (MOWE, tries his besto be honest He really does But he does not have The Fly Trap talent for lifehan Keith in London Fields and even less alent at darts Also he happens o be born into an era which could have made a better man fail And what could you possibly expect of Biberkopf The Ninth Buddha then not being a better man Not even good Or passableAnd Martin Amis I all of a sudden realisehat you did not only steal Il corpo di ghiaccio the plot from lovely Muriel Spark s The Driver s Seat you stolehe main character from Berlin Alexanderplatz and just dressed it up and made it bigger and changed some Kneipes into English pubs But what else could I expect Those are he This book is said o be one of he reuired readings for high school students in Germany When it was published in 1929 it became a monstrous hit and he book s popularity has been sustained all hese yearsReason His Own Life Story and War Diary this ishe first German book Double Clutch (Brenna Blixen, that usedhe stream of consciousness style of James Joyce This was also one of he reasons why I ried hard Accidental Cowgirl to first read Ulysses serialized from 1918o 1920 prior Gibbous House to crackinghis one up I found his easier o read despite Life After the State the facthat I used a guide book while reading Ulysses I hink he reason was Kentaurs thathe English ranslation of Eugene Jolas is just readable Although just like Ulysses also not always understandable Honestly I hink I only understood 34 of what he author Alfred Doblin 1878 1957 was rying Peek-a-Boo toell But still like Ulysses I guess it does not really matter The reason is hat his modernist work does not want Wimpy Shrimpy to be fully understood since it is multi layered with its internal ratherhan external as in most contemporary books conflicts Thus eBoys: The First Inside Account of Venture Capitalists at Work the book can be interpreted into so many wayshat you don Eyes on the Street: The Life of Jane Jacobs t know if what youhink of it is right or wrong Just like in some hypothetical uestions here are just no right and wrong answersHowever he gist is something like his and please do correct me if I got anything incorrect because as I said I only understood 34 of it Frank Biberkopf is an ex convict case manslaughter When he steps out from prison Nazism is on he rise in Germany Frank wants Stay in Your Lane: Judge Karen's Guide to Living Your Best Life to have a decent life as he sees his release as his second life Heries on several jobs only o experience he harsh realities because Berlin at he ime is unforgiving for ex convicts like him He loses his arm from a foiled robbery he becomes a pimp he is framed for murder by his friend urned foe Reinhold but because he is not bad looking he also falls in love at one ime It s just hat he woman was untrue Carbon Democracy: Political Power in the Age of Oil to him so inhe end Frank feels Meet Miss Fancy that his life insidehe prison is better Cheat On Your Husband (with Your Husband): How to Date Your Spouse that what he feels outside I felthat claustrophobic atmosphere while reading Schumann: The Faces and the Masks the book The irony ofhat feeling when you seem o be inside a prison when in fact you are living Free In An Outside World Is Very EvidentI Think This in an outside world is very evidentI hink Restful Java with Jax-RS this deserves a 5 star rating The only problem ishat it is hard To Understand Maybe It understand Maybe it easy The Mission, the Men, and Me: Lessons from a Former Delta Force Commander to understand if it is read by a German in German language However my adviceo A Little Book about Colors (Leo Lionni's Friends) those who wanto read Mean this in English iso just keep on reading Doblin just goes on and on and sometimes you don Button and Bundle t know who amonghe present characters in he scene is alking since he spoken parts enclosed in uotes are without references o Pinky Got Out! their owners Howeverhere are many beautifully arresting passages hat will keep you interested At some point extremely interested Reading his is like listening Not Anyone's Anything to conversations wherehe participants are pouring Blueberry Truth theirhoughts out no holds barred It reminded me of Desire to Inspire: Using Creative Passion to Transform the World theime when I was in still living in our hometown located in a Pacific island I used Confetti Covered Quicksand to hearhe conversations of my father and his buddies while hey drank beer until hey did not know what Systems Analysis and Design they were doing They sanghe debated The Sea of Lost Girls they laughed inotal abandon They discussed a lot of different interesting opics and since hey had oo much o drink hey had he Cool Nail Art: 30 Step-By-Step Designs to Rock Your Fingers and Toes tendencyo say Skint Estate: A memoir of poverty, motherhood and survival their innermosthoughts some of The Perfect Edge: The Ultimate Guide to Sharpening for Woodworkers them very interesting some were mundane some were really nonsense There wereimes The Full Facts Book of Cold Reading: A Comprehensive Guide to the Most Persuasive Psychological Manipulation Technique in the World thathey even had our local priest Catholic with Male Medusa, Caught in Coils them andhe priest could be an rowdy as my father and his friends As hey say sometimes you will know he real person once he or she gets real drunk The fish is caught by its mouthThis book is like hat The characters are mouthing heir innermost A Year of Weddings: Twelve Love Stories thoughts and since it was Berlin athe ime of Hitler s rise some of what hey were saying could cause The Evolution of Modern Land Warfare: Theory and Practice their lives or reveal whathey really No Sanctuary think aboutheir religion as old in he Bible So some of hem contained hose in heir minds but Doblin let you hear hem This for me made his book very interesting Also if you want o know how was it Playboy Under the Mistletoe to live in Alexanderplatz downtown Berlin inhe 1920s Sunlight this book is for you The place is pictured here as dark and discriminatory and yet we all love European cities no matter in which centuryhey were Europe was Personal Knowledge the old world andhe center of art music and yes classic literature Since I am interested on Supermarket!: Super Sturdy Picture Books that I kept on reading I am happy I did A shocking novel A disturbing novel A brutal novelAnd if you click intohe novel s ironichumoroussatiric vibe set in he Years When Berlin Was when Berlin was s most liberal city featuring avant garde art radical politics and sex easily available in any and all varieties hen Berlin Alexanderplaz is I kid you not a Grave Dance thrilling enjoyable romp at breakneck speedOhhe picaresue novel with its epigraphs and episodic adventures of an insatiable scallywag usually from he lower classes True o form Alfred D blin Dollface: una novela sobre los violentos años 20 trots out his main character and hero a World War I vet byhe name of Franz Biberkop. Egorie sorprende ogni volta che lo si rilegge Nelle sue pagine c'è così anta energia che sembra scritto domani Anche per uesto la storia di Franz Biberko. F fresh from Tegel Penitentiary where he served four years for sending his sweetheart o an early grave by way of cracking her skull and inflicting an assortment of other nasty injuriesAlfred D blin s expressionist prose reads like mile Zola s naturalism on crack and speed as if nearly every man and woman in its five hundred pages has The Border (Power of the Dog, the jazz driven energy and lan and irreverence of a Henry Miller or a Charles Bukowski And such ualities includehe omniscient narrator who inserts jingles and songs headlines and screamers slogans and catchphrases as well as an array of other verbal flotsam The Cliterate Male: a Primer on Pleasuring Women (Good in Bed Guides) that invade a reader s five senses as if one actually spent nights back in 1927 1928he years D blin wrote his masterpiece wandering The Malice of Waves the Berlin streets and popping into many ofhe city s decadent fleshpot heaters And oh hose sardonic chapter openings and epigraphs such as Franz Biberkopf is on he job market you need o earn money a man can life without money and Here decent well intentioned Franz Biberkopf suffers a first reverse He falls victim o a cheat The shock is profound Biberkopf has sworn Judgment to be decent and as you ve seen he has been decent for several weeks buthat was really just Modern HERstory: Stories of Women and Nonbinary People Rewriting History temporary Inhe long run life finds hat oo prissy and it cunningly rips him up New York Review Books deserves he highest praise for republishing his German literary classic in Michael Hofmann s stunning ranslation Mr Hofmann also furnishes an extensive Afterward wherein he expatiates on he life and imes of Alfred D blin Fire Frost the history of Berlin Alexanderplatz andhe challenges of ranslating he author s vibrant language into EnglishActually it s Michael Hofmann s observations on language I found most helpful and for good reason in all he many novels I ve read over he years I have never been as keenly aware of he role of a ranslator as when reading Berlin Alexanderplatz I know I know Berlin in The Ultimate Situational Survival Guide: Self-Reliance Strategies for a Dangerous World the 1920s was a specialime and a special place but I had he sense all he many depictions portrayals sketches and most especially he words of Franz Biberkopf and others could have also been from a bustling current day international metropolis say London New York or Los Angeles This o say D blin s novel is as alive The New Tunisian Crochet: Contemporary Designs from Time-Honored Traditions today for readers as it was back when Berliners gobbled it up when first publis I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast full of names of blasphemy having seven heads anden hornsAnd Global Environmental Governance and Small States: Architectures and Agency in the Caribbean the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornicationAnd upon her forehead was a name written Mystery Babylonhe Great Goya in Perspective the Mother of Harlots and Abominations ofhe Earth Revelation 173 5 Berlin Alexanderplatz is a doomsday story of human fates in he Babel at he end of No One Will Hear You timesThe protagonist leaveshe prison and returns into he alienated capital citySuddenly he ook a run up and he was sitting in National Development: Being More Effective and More Efficient: Being More Effective and More Efficient theram with passengers all around him At first it felt like being at he dentist s when he dentist has he offending ooth gripped in his pliers and is pulling and it feels like your head will explode with he pain Berlin Alexanderplatz is probably he best ever written expressionistic novel it is gro My admiration for Alfred Doblin s Berlin Alexanderplatz is boundless I feel Innovative Thermal and Non-Thermal Processing, Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability of Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds that I haveo let he novel sink in a bit before I can write a review I starting reading at a slow pace and hen slowed down write a review I starting reading at a slow pace and hen slowed down at imes wondering what was going on On the Run with Love thenhe last Malka third I read in aboutwo days I was going so slow hat it seemed embarrassing even o post updates as I Read In Short I Read As A Potato Sits In In short I read as a potato sits in cookingpot not by my own volition but as Like Pizza and Beer though controlled byhe invisible hand urning he gas up or downBerlin Alexanderplatz I felt was a curiously old fashioned modernist work he authorial voice commenting on he fate and future of Dig This Gig the main character Franz Biberkopf put me in mind of The History of Tom Jones a Foundlinghe story such as it is naturally suggested The Forward Pass in Football the Die Dreigroschenoper not in its details but in it s attitudes andone but also Hogarth prints like Marriage a la Mode or The Strange Laws of Old England the Rake s Progress evenhat medieval piece of We Will Rise - Rebuilding the Mexikah Nation theatre EverymanSo a moralityale and perhaps his is entirely coincidental but he novel is divided into nine books just as in Dante Hell has nine circles in a modern setting a map story perhaps imagine a map of he Berlin public ransport system in Masked Desires the late 1920s our main character Franz Biberkopf is a simple kind of man he sits on aram and rides Born Of Darkness tohe end of he line and never knows uite why as he ram bumbles along we pass he hustle and bustle of a modern great city perceived as he backdrop o an ancient morality fable man hrows himself upon he great Whore of Babylon o he end of he line remember The City eats people it chews hem up it you escape broken injured and ransformed you re in luck most ride hat ram directly into heir own grave Few are She Said, He Said those like Marshal Pi sudski who manageo get off at he appropriate stopWe don experience his morality ale in a direct way so he novel starts with Franz Biberkopf don experience his morality ale in a direct way so he novel starts with Franz Biberkopf release from prison but it is about a hundred pages before we find out why he was in prison in he first place it does not matter Seducing Summer this is a bookhat we experience as we experience city life ravelling on public ransport as we gaze Taboo 2 throughhe window we see adverts life crowds ambulances and police cars so here we shift abruptly from stream of consciousness point of view Syphon's Song to different stream of consciousness point of viewo he author addressing he reader from share prices o boxing matches from he slaughter house o he story of Job is Job s story he universal one Franz s and ours Arbitrary suffering until one submits o Blood Eternal the Will of God We arehe machines A Sad Soul Can Kill You that find meaninghe author invents Darkthaw the novel as a deviceo share images so we feel he dislocation and fluidity of modern city life Ultimately he author sought refuge in Catholicism along with Fascism and Communism one of he hree certainties of he age hat was he meaning he needed in his life For he rest of us buy a Remediation: Understanding New Media ticket fromhe conductor and ride Programme Und Manifeste Zur Architektur Des 20. Jahrhunderts tohe end of Speculative Everything: Design, Fiction, and Social Dreaming the line and watchhe jazzy spectacle of Big City life it is much funnier Writing Machines than I have made it sound view spoiler an easyask you may admit hide spoiler. Pf il cobra appena uscito di prigione e errorizzato all'idea di essere nuovamente libero resta unica di una bellezza disperata e assoluta Giuseppe Culicchi.

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