Tao Lin om Thomas Bernhard:
"I liked the main character because his shit-talking seemed existential, it was not a man who seriously believed he was better than other people, that some kind of art form or life was better than some other kind, or that he was actually doing more important things than anyone else. He seemed to have endless shit-talking in his head all the time, irregardless of his situation, and he seemed to know this, and therefore be able to look at it and not believe it. He seemed just really depressed about life. Alone in bed he probably shit-talked life, death, and other existential things rather than specific people (which I believe he probably generally felt sympathy towards). I hear some people talking shit and I feel like they would actually kill the other person, if given the chance, “powered” by the force of their own abstract shit-talking. I believe the narrator would rather kill himself than kill someone else. I enjoyed Woodcutters by Thomas Bernhard."


Anonymous Erik skrev...

Er der en oversættelse af "Holzfällen: eine Erregung" undervejs på Basilisk?

Blogger Martin skrev...

Nej, det er der ikke nogen planer om.

Anonymous Erik skrev...

DET er en skam

Anonymous Erik skrev...

DET handler jo ellers om en (kunst)trilogi:
Musik: Der Untergeher
Teater: Holzfällen
Billedkunst: Alte Meister
Kom nu!

Anonymous Erik skrev...

Jeg synes det virker som en oplagt opgave for Karsten Sand Iversen. Han kan starte med Alte Meister og så ellers gå bagud i Bernhards forfatterskab. Åh, jeg ser det for mig: Thomas Bernhards samlede værker på Basilisk (et smukt syn).

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