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Read & download ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ß Elfriede Jelinek Dit is geen liefdesromanDit is ook geen streekroman zelfs al ziet het er misschien zo uitDit is het verhaal van Paula en Brigitte twee jonge vrouwen meisjes nog die dromen van een betere toekomst Ze wonen in een klein dorp in Oostenrijk De vrouwen in het dorp zijn huisvrouw of naaien korsetten in de textielfabriek De mannen werken als houthakker en bedrinken zich elke vrijdag in het dorpscafé P. Can a book get unrelentingly negative than this Well yes maybe something by Thomas Bernhard Elfriede Jelinek's fellow Austrian sorry about the word fellow Elfriede Gosh on page 159 Jelinek herself says in jest of course One must not describe only negative and ugly things Negative and ugly is thy name Ms Jelinek at least in this tome In fact when these characteristics become so extreme they become almost funny and in some ways this is a very funny book Okay so why four stars Well in my opinion this most controversial of all modern Nobel prize winners has a powerful and unforgettable style For example there is not a capital letter in the book which is I think Jelinek's way of saying that the world she describes is so petty and stupid that it should not be honored with caps Moreover and with apologies to all members of my pitiful gender Jelinek has much to say about men women and such delightful institutions as marriage that is dare I say it all too true In fact I recommend this book to all women raised in my own gender conservative tradition if only as a useful antidote to the romanticism that enslaves and destroys so many of them half of them to be sure enslaved and destroyed with a smile on their face and great joy in their heart So my conclusion is that there is real genius here now I need to read the Piano Player or one of Jelinek's other novels to discover if there is also versatility

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Summary ✓ Die Liebhaberinnen Ë PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ [PDF / Epub] ★ Die Liebhaberinnen Author Elfriede Jelinek – Dit is geen liefdesromanDit is ook geen streekroman zelfs al ziet het er misschien zo uitDit is het verhaal van Paula en Brigi Prijswinnares Elfriede Jelinek een venijnig maar liefdevol portret van twee vrouwen voor wie het leven niet veel in petto heeft Een vroeg meesterwerk dat nu voor het eerst in Nederlandse vertaling verschijnt Elfriede Jelinekgroeide op in Wenen Voor haar oeuvre ontving ze in de Nobelprijs voor Literatuur Met De pianiste en Lust behoort Liefhebben tot het meest gelezen en vertaalde werk van Jeline. It was a good novel Jelinek describes the suffering of women in traditional villages in Austria I was astonished how they have similar problems and position as in the 3rd world villages women had no future there neither present they dreams of a man poor and ignorant one that would be able to save them and give them better position she shows us how they treat women badly beat her punish her and rape her they consider a woman just a body she talks about 3 examples Brigitte who got her goal at last even though that her goals were so simple Paola became a pregnant and suffers with her husband who was rough and drunk all the time he was handsome but soon he lost his charming she then started to sell her body so as to get money to get her goals but on the contrast she was divorced and returned to the factory where Brigitte had begun her life in Elfriede Jelinek shows us how women dreams of men and consider them their heroes who can bring them all their wishes and the kingdoms they dream of but that kingdom was not that perfect nothing but cleaning dirt and preparing food they both obliged their lovers if they were loving them to marry them by being pregnant of them this novel depicts the false virtue that those villagers claimed and punish their girls for such false reasons while the truth is each family brought their children in illegal way it is obvious that the author refused such community and made fun of the fate of those simple women another example was Zuzana who was a well educated young woman and she at last found a suitable man as if the writer considers marriage the final fate of each woman she describes marriage preparation as those for a funeral ceremony it was similar to a psychological analysis for those simple peoplecheck this for details

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Die LiebhaberinnenAula en Brigitte denken allebei dat het leven voor hen een uitzondering zal maken Ze komen in opstand Paula wil voor kleermaakster leren en met haar zelfverdiende geld naar de bioscoop gaan en naar Italië Daarna zal ze pas een man zoeken Brigitte pakt het heel anders aan Ze wil zo snel mogelijk weg uit de fabriek en trouwen met Heinz wiens ouders een eigen zaak bezittenIn Liefhebben geeft Nobel. Reading Jelinek is intoxicatingly corrosive like drinking the bleach and discovering that it tastes like your favorite microbrew I wasn't able to make it through The Piano Teacher or Wonderful Wonderful Times It turns out that this was the book for me Whereas the previous two were like dense slabs of wasp studded fruitcake this was like a sprightly chiffon cake laced with strychnine I have a soft spot for books that are deeply sad yet manage to be funny in a horrible inappropriate way think babies as maggots In an attempt to give this review some constructive value I'll note that the book a withering feminist treatment of marriage and baby making was originally published in 1975 It may or may not read as dated Really are things so different now In a lot of ways yes they are But that also depends on where and how you grew up Also independent of the feminist angle Women as Lovers is a scathing indictment of class injustice and constricting soul destroying social paradigms It was good times