All mourn Gabriel GarcÃa MÃ¡rquez. Paul Berman describes him in The New Republic as the writer who liberated the Spanish language from the tyranny of the past: "There are stately grandeur in his writing, and this sublimity animates all of his books because it improbable from beginning to end in a great contradiction was trapped, namely have the between lofty literature and wretched life his figures a glorious, if not mythical conception of themselves as if they were heroes in an epic,. yet insists life on realities that are neither heroic nor mythical are, to figures finally wounded and beaten lying on the ground. Yet they write their own version of events continues., you are noble losers, and the gap between nobility and defeat is infinite deplorable. In his greatest novel 'The Autumn of the Patriarch' ( great in his and my eyes), you could order the monstrous dictator whose assessment itself has no basis in reality its more, almost crying. "One of the most important essays written in recent years about Gabriel Garcia Marquez, comes from Enrique Krauze, editor of the magazine Letras Libres, one of the few liberal intellectuals in Latin America. Essay appeared in the New Republic in 2009, on the occasion of Gerald . Martins biography of Nobel laureate Krauze examined Garcia Marquez ratio 'to his Caudillo Fidel Castro and want it not forgive him, that he at the same time celebrates the search for truth and the report of Fidel Castro lies defends: "history falls both aesthetic and ethical judgments. Aesthetically speaking, it would be a bit premature to see Garcia Marquez 'new Cervantes'. But in moral terms, this comparison is totally wrong. As a hero of the war against the Turks, who was wounded in the battle, and for five years was a prisoner in Algeria, Cervantes was with Quixote-like integrity and for his ideals. And he had the ultimate freedom to accept his defeat with humor. From such greatness of spirit there is in Garcia Marquez, who collaborated willingly with oppression and dictatorship, no trace. Cervantes? ! Far. "And here one more wonderful essay on Krauze Jorge Volpi Georg SÃ¼tterlin told in his obituary in the NZZ of the eventful life, from which Garcia Marquez 'dined literature:" The published in 1955, multi-part documentary' report of a Shipwrecked 'compromised the political and military elite Colombian. The newspaper El Espectador sent her star reporter then for its own protection as a correspondent to Europe. When the sheet was closed on the orders of the dictator Rojas Pinilla and the monthly checks forthcoming, learned GarcÃa MÃ¡rquez know poverty. In Paris, he collected returnable bottles and waste paper and begging in the subway. "Kersten Knipp also describes why Garcia Marquez held the belief in a Latin American socialism in the Berliner Zeitung says Martin Ebel, as MÃ¡rquez took his style on Kafka and his grandmother." In Kafka, Garcia Marquez did not need to learn how the unbelievable by the ease with which it is told is true – that he has, if anything, learned from his grandmother; reading Kafka showed this Colombians, however, that you may also write. "In FR Wolfram SchÃ¼tte makes it clear that it was not the settlement with the Colombian violence, the" One Hundred Years of Solitude "made the literary big event:" It was only & only the completely new literary tone of an orgiastic and rhythmically sprawling prose, seemingly rampant debauched monstrously, Fantastic, Fabulous, Mythical, which called the reader into the swirling, cyclical effervescent tale of violence, death and sexuality "Manuel Gogos and Philipp Lichterbeck remember the Tagesspiegel also on his trip to East Germany in the fifties: "In glossy reports, he sketched a population that did indeed purely formal taken power, but 'the saddest nation had remained that I had ever seen'. "Also: In the world Marko Martin looks at the controversy over Garcia Marquez as political intellectuals back In a side note, he also explains why younger writers in Latin America never felt called to parricide:.. Because Garcia Marquez has promoted it throughout his life in taz identified Dirk Knipphals a work design: "MÃ¡rquez's novels live on the failure of his figures. "Paul Ingendaay pays tribute to the author in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung:" The letter of GarcÃa MÃ¡rquez not only Colombia arrived on the literary map of the world, but also a new kind of storytelling that includes into the 21st Century "(online, there is a short version of the text). Burkhard MÃ¼ller praises in the SZ the political will to hold in 1982, was awarded the Nobel Prize author: "Although he can act so tired verquÃ¤lt and isolates his characters, their author himself never joined resignation. "In addition, Peter Burghardt has written a second obituary for SZ, in which he writes about MÃ¡rquez's birthplace Aracataca (online there is a different version of the text) in the period Ulrich RÃ¼denauer writes an obituary Further topics:.. Sieglinde Geisel portrayed in the NZZ Florian HÃ¶llerer, the leadership of the Literary Colloquium Berlin takes over. Friedrich Wilhelm Graf writes in the world about Max Weber, who was born 150 years ago. Discussed will include the exhibition of Hugo von Hofmannsthal and the First World War in the Free German Bishopric in Frankfurt M. (FAZ), Sibylle Lewitscharoff new thriller "Killmousky" (SZ), Alexander Kluge's "30 April 1945 "(taz, SZ) and Dirk Baecker's Essay on" neuro-sociology "(taz) in Frankfurt's Anthology of FAZ is Peter Hamm Georg Trakl's poem" A winter evening "before:" When the snow falls to the window, long ringing the dinner bell, Many of the table is prepared. . . "
Hanns-Georg Rodek noticed half angry, half of resignation in the world that once again no German director was invited to Cannes, although Fatih Akin, Christian Petzold, Andreas Dresen and Wim Wenders new movies have done: "Instead, the candidates with an automatism, on which you can place bets already, end up with each new film on the Croisette. Since Ken Loach ('Jimmy's Hall', a deported from Ireland to the United States political activist), as are Mike Leigh ('Mr. Turner ', about the famous British landscape painter) and Bertrand Bonello (' Saint-Laurent ', already the second biopic about fashion designer within six months) and David Cronenberg and the Dardenne brothers and Olivier Assayas. "Christiane Peitz celebrates the Tagesspiegel the movie" Circles – Krugovi "by Serbian director Srdan Golubovic, who is a bitter portrait of the Bosnian post-war society:" sorrow and silence, guilt and moral dilemma, revenge and forgiveness. "In the taz Matthias Dell speaks with the director Tamara Trampe about their new film," My mother, a war and I ". David Hugendick maintains itself in time with the Serbian director Srdan Goluboovi Â¿on the new film" Circles "and the reactions thereon. With Pepe Danquart "Run Boy Run" and Pawel Pawlikowski "Ida" currently running two interesting films about Jewish destiny, Katja Nicodemus writes in time. Waltraud Schwab recalls in the taz to the black actress Marie Nejar in propaganda films of the " Third Reich "play along.
As a "stroke of genius" praises Isabelle Jacob Demis Volpis listed in Stuttgart Ballet "Aftermath", a piece for women to music by Michael Gordon: "At the beginning dances Hyo-Jung Kang a stunning solo, she rowed for help with arms and lets her feet quickly jump and hit. Gradually shapes the female corps de ballet a semi-circle around the dance end, performs mechanical movements and maneuvers the dancer as drab gray swarm through space., the individual can in between to break out and live out their madness, but once again from the group obtained -. "staging of DÃ¼rrenmatt's Bastian Kraft at the Deutsches Theater Berlin shown" visit the old lady an artist amidst a mass that can not exist without the creative individual "is strongly influenced by Lady Gaga's art-pop hybrid aesthetics, reports Dirk Pilz in the Berliner Zeitung. "She is the perfect become emerging resident, show girl and life artist in the intermediate realm of fiction and everyday life in this half-hour evening at the Deutsches Theater and is due to justice fury, the fate goddess who takes personal distress in the world Revenge -., And remains, what their literary work is a regent of the parabola Stick Lady Gaga as an allegory for a world in a state of intangibility.. "For the SZ Dorion Weick man portraying the choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui: its" engine is the curiosity about exotic body languages ​​that he incorporated to . "
In the Jungle World is Kristof Maria KÃ¼nssler is heavily inspired by the punk ex-mods Sleaford mods that adequately the revolt promise of the first punk generation wear in modern times: "Rarely does pop music, nor to white, the daily horror of precarious Dahindarbens as precise and unpeinlich to image, without falling into clichÃ©s and pathos or even bothering with rallying. During the neighboring areas of pop culture (…) to be content with 'vorzuhalten the Company the mirror', to 'a laughter sticks in the throat '(…), we get here the mirror once across pulled over his face. "In the taz Thomas Winkler and Anja Weber talk at length with Bela B. on semen stains, indexing and unmolested football stadium visits. Discussed the debut solo album by singer Marcus Kettcar Wiebusch (time), Kelis 'new album "Food" (time) and Wallis Birds' album "Architect" (taz).
In the SZ Catrin Lorch takes a view on the upcoming program of museums and galleries and notes: Were there women in the earlier operating primarily on images in the form of files, the signs are now good for artists. "Prominent appointments are reserved for artists – especially for those who are older and whose work is being developed in fast forward …. The ruling generation now holds art by women for a good investment, which may also have to do with the fact that many of the most powerful players in the art market are women. "For the Jungle World, Sarah Pines has entertained with the artist Scott Hove who conjures bleak messages on pink cake sculptures. He explains his art as follows: "With the concept of threatening, but still beautiful cakes I try to destroy the comfort of the bourgeois desire for security by, I refer to its underlying fear the comfort of American society rests on the shoulders of many people. that remain excluded from it. these Safety is thus always a dark side, as well as the beauty always has a dark side. "
The ethnologist Germaine Tillon belonged to the famous resistance group that originated in the MusÃ©e de l'Homme. In 2008, she died at the age of 101 years. Now the remains are to be the once transferred to RavensbrÃ¼ck deportees into the PanthÃ©on. Slate. fr published a letter of resisters activist to the Gestapo in which they respond fully downright majestic irony to allegations that were made her by the occupying forces – such as the allegation that she had let stay at his home parachutists: "I would have been really in brought embarrassment when a parachutist had landed in my garden, because it is to me quite impossible someone to accommodate me without the whole neighborhood immediately knows: My 93-year-old grandmother still goes in quarters shopping, chatting, like with the shopkeepers . way, we have a cleaning lady for 25 years, an excellent person, but the most talkative and scariest in the whole department. "
(Via Sueddeutsche. De) Edward Snowden has a demonstration in Wladimir Putin's propaganda show on Russian television. Russia Today provides the uncomfortable moment in English translation. The SZ notes to this scene:…. "Snowden is dependent on Putin The NSA Whistleblower get asylum in Russia in August The stay is limited but for a year What happens in the summer, is completely open to the U.S. Will Snowden delivered, he faces an indictment and a long prison sentence. "In the U.S. there are much nastier comments about Snowden's appearance:" Edward Snowden Is Russia's Puppet Now, "Benjamin Wittes writes in the New Republic. Ud Stephen Stromberg writes in the Washington Post, the straight absahnte the Pulitzer Prize for Snowden's revelations: "Snowden surrendered any Remaining shred of dignity on Thursday If he had any choice in the matter, he shouldhave DECLINED to appear If he did.. not have a choice, he shouldhave surrendered to the U.S. embassy before humiliating himself. "Given the fact that in the U.S. more and more media are taken of patrons (see Jeff Bezos and the Washington Post or Pierre Omidyar and The Intercept) wonders Bourdieu pupil Marco d'Eramo in the taz whether media not go in the U.S. the way the elite universities, which are now also funded by donations: "The commodity that is produced at universities is 'knowledge' as the newspapers 'Information' is. Yet in both cases is the only way to finance it, the private donation, with the implicit consequence that this information that this knowledge remains a shrinking elite. "Joseph WÃ¤lzholz engages in his column in the literary world, the polemic Wolfram SchÃ¼tte's against the pearl on the chute accused of lack of understanding of Russia WÃ¤lzholz But not like both. Against SchÃ¼tte he has an aesthetic objection (the many & sign), the pearl he finds, however, "not politically stable."
To lead the Russian minorities as arguments for annexation, is perfidious, says the Estonian-Finnish writer Sofi Oksanen in the literary world, because they were usually settled by Stalin in these countries to russify it: "The Baltic States have now been years of Russia listen to such rhetoric, the rest of the world knows relatively little about these countries -.. exactly how about Ukraine Therefore, the Russian agenda – to prove their right to self-determination in question -. no means an impossible task, "Ulrich M. Schmid describes in the NZZ the dark background to what is now commonly referred to decision Nikita Khrushchev in 1954, slam the Crimea Ukraine: "1954 was a special year for the Ukrainian-Russian relations: They were celebrating the 300-year anniversary of the brotherhood of the two peoples. 1654 had the Ukrainian Cossacks in Perejaslav an oath of allegiance to the Russian Tsar placed to gain a powerful ally in the fight against the Polish superiority. From the Russian perspective, this contract is interpreted today as will the Ukraine to be part of Russia. "And the Crimea, they were just given to reward their love for Moscow! During the live-blog of the time can be traced quite well, which is reflected in the Ukraine after the Geneva agreement actually does.
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