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Das berühmte Bild einer Frau, lange verschollen, taucht plötzlich wieder auf. Überraschend für die Kunstwelt, aber auch für die drei Männer, die diese Frau einst. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the DIE FRAU AUF DER TREPPE by Bernhard Schlink at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Die Frau auf der Treppe book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Das berühmte Bild einer Frau, lange verschollen, taucht pl.
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Hardcover , German Edition , pages. Published August 27th by Diogenes first published January 1st More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Die Frau auf der Treppe , please sign up. I'm currently writing my review of this book and realise I can't recall and can't find the name of the narrator.
Is he ever named other than the 'brave knight'? Adite No, I don't think he is named. I just read the book and I can't recall his name either! See 1 question about Die Frau auf der Treppe…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order.
For the first half I would have given it a 4. It's one of those "what's it all about Alfie? I call these metaphysical and philosophy class fare with the usual Germanic cultural spins my "what's it all about Alfie" category.
I'm sure some of you remember the song. So the state of "human" here always carries the morose and linear "end" state forever in every second to minute stage of each individual's homo sapiens' cognition. Fatalistic spices are also heavily added by cup For the first half I would have given it a 4. Fatalistic spices are also heavily added by cup loads into the recipe, while the Scandinavian "joy" capacity aspects are at half pinch level quantities. They are never generously added at any point.
Not even when he watches a beautiful harbor or lays on the grass and rests do you get other than "peace" or "tranquil thought"- not JOY! Remember this first, if you are interested in this book. Not a "smiley" face even her laughter is "smokey" in plus pages.
Being "in love" becomes even more painful. Egads, our pitiful narrator! Others have related the plot tied to the painting of the descending woman.
Follow the Author
I will not. It borders on the ridiculous, flowing over to silly. Suffice to say that Irene is NOT all womanhood. Because sooner AND later, it more universally than not, becomes all about her in this book. No other woman in the book mentioned ever gets a proper noun name.
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And thankfully, most real women and also most adult human beings don't think the 3 year plan of perfect retirement taken at any age in life but followed by suicide or "disposal" is a plausible goal to enhance society. Nor do most women like Irene form their reactions and forward plans in primary light of a rejection for the roles they believe "their" men have put them into.
Thank GOD! Disclaimer here, because I would be at this juncture at least 4 years dead if the "good" retirement plan became implemented. There are quite a few quotes to ponder and list. But I won't.
He writes these ideas in quivering and quotable style language quite well.
Love, Emotions, Chaos
Some of the most poignant points reflex upon looking back in age as people feel that they are nearly "over" it.
And how most of the surety of youth and youth's righteousness comes from having little to remember or regret from their own pasts. Or from just a lack of knowledge about conflicting fall outs. I'm not so sure about either of those concepts. Some of the "old" most certainly have forgotten all their own pitfalls and mistakes quite well, IMHO.
But it is worth the read. Especially if you like stark manipulation and the plots these complex mano de mano competitions tend to foster. This is absolutely one of those. Because of the totally unrealistic sickness and death aspects within the story, I almost gave it a 2.
But what can you expect from a man who admits he had three kids, now grown to adults somewhere, but never much handled a diaper. Any kind of diaper. View all 5 comments. This becomes an oscillating feud, with complaints that Gundlach defaced the painting and subsequently that Schwind cut it with a knife, as well as discord regarding the restoration.
After we discover who the subject of the painting is, the plot progressively thickens. Ultimately, this is a love story. To find everything in a woman, to find it all again: It is a book in three parts; the third part slows down as we sink our teeth more fully into the perceptions and philosophy of the lawyer and Irene, the woman in the painting.
Throughout the narrative, the narrator is faced with unresolved issues about love and betrayal. But things do not come to an end, one has to bring them to an end. Schwind and Gundlich, even as the story opens, are established in their separate fields, but Irene still aims for an independent identity.
The narrator, who has aimed for security and equanimity for much of his life, occupies a private restiveness, which is rooted in inexperience and blurry desires. Forty years later, he must reconcile history, change, redemption, and the difference between love as illusion or reality.
The novel demonstrates that the life we dream, the one we live, and the choices we make coil together on the continuum of human experience. Existence is not finite, perhaps not even in death. Even the inanimate evolves. View 2 comments.
The premise it spins on is developed in the first 25 pages: Schwind is commissioned as a painter for Gundlach, the subject being his much younger wife. The wife leaves Gundlach for Schwind. Gundlach defaces the painting. Our narrator is hired by Schwind to negotiate a deal whereby Schwind would restore the masterpiece at his cost. While performing his duty, our predictable, rather dull narrator makes unpredictable choices when he falls in love with Irena.
But quickly, I ran into an obstacle: Irena, the nude, pale and blond subject of the painting, is not pardon the pun fleshed out enough to make me believe that she is so irresistible to these men, particularly to the narrator.
Irena, a focus of the novel, believes she was forced into friendly packaging — the trophy, the muse, the damsel in distress.
These roles, she says, make women predictable and interchangeable. And so she strikes out. We, as women, do have choice about the roles we embody and how we define them. Irena, as a fictional character can, of course, exert her own beliefs, but those beliefs would tend to distance the put-upon narrator, not draw him closer to her.
Bernhard Schlink is capable of better. View all 4 comments. I'm half way through and I don't really care to finish. You could basically call this "There's Something About Irene".
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