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Il nipote di Wittgenstein
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Il nipote di Wittgenstein Thomas Bernhard Renata Colorni Paul Wittgenstein, nipote del filosofo il cui Tractatus logico philosophicus ben noto in tutto il mondo scientifico e pi ancora in tutto il mondo pseudoscientifico , fu per lunghi anni amico di Thomas Bernhard Uomo sensibilissimo, inadatto al mondo, nutrito da una passione esclusiva e spietata per la musica, ma anche per l automobilismo, dissip con furia la sua forPaul Wittgenstein, nipote del filosofo il cui Tractatus logico philosophicus ben noto in tutto il mondo scientifico e pi ancora in tutto il mondo pseudoscientifico , fu per lunghi anni amico di Thomas Bernhard Uomo sensibilissimo, inadatto al mondo, nutrito da una passione esclusiva e spietata per la musica, ma anche per l automobilismo, dissip con furia la sua fortuna sino a ridursi per la maggior parte della sua vita all indigenza Partorito come un malato mentale , convisse con questa malattia fino alla morte con la massima naturalezza, cos come gli altri vivono senza una simile malattia mentale Usava dire a Bernhard Duecento amici verranno al mio funerale e tu dovrai tenere un discorso sulla mia tomba Quando Paul Wittgenstein mor , solo otto o nove persone andarono al suo funerale In quel momento, Bernhard era a Creta Ma, in certo modo, questo libro ha preso il posto di quel discorso che non venne mai pronunciato Bernhard vi ha disegnato un ritratto delicato e terribile, spesso increspato da una selvaggia comicit E insieme ha ritratto se stesso, come in un ulteriore frammento della sua autobiografia, sullo sfondo della Vienna inconsistente e ciarliera dei nostri anni Agli estremi opposti dell inermit e della forza, sussiste infatti una corrispondenza fra il narratore Bernhard e il suo amico, per lo meno nella insana ferocia nei confronti di se stessi e di tutto Corrispondenza che qui Bernhard spinge, come sempre, alle ultime conseguenze L unica differenza tra Paul e me che Paul si lasciato completamente dominare dalla sua pazzia, si calato, se cos si pu dire, nella sua pazzia e io invece no, io non mi sono mai lasciato dominare completamente dalla mia pazzia, peraltro non meno grande della sua per tutta la vita io ho sfruttato la mia pazzia, l ho dominata, al contrario di Paul che non ha mai dominato la sua pazzia io la mia pazzia l ho sempre dominata e pu darsi che proprio per questo motivo la mia pazzia sia perfino pi pazza di quella di Paul Il nipote di Wittgenstein stato pubblicato nel 1982.. Il nipote di Wittgenstein Paul Wittgenstein nipote del filosofo il cui Tractatus logico philosophicus ben noto in tutto il mondo scientifico e pi ancora in tutto il mondo pseudoscientifico fu per lunghi anni amico di Thomas
  • Title: Il nipote di Wittgenstein
  • Author: Thomas Bernhard Renata Colorni
  • ISBN: 9788845907265
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Agnieszka says:

      Wittgenstein s Nephewis a thing about Paul, nephew of a great though rather dismissed in native country philosopher, Ludwig Wittgenstein is a thing about illness and falling into madness at last is a thing about dying and death But most of allWittgenstein s Nephewis a thing about friendship and its nature In 1967, at the same time though in two separated wings of hospital, resides our narrator due to lungs disease whilst his friend Paul Wittgenstein is under psychiatric care From Bernhard s writ [...]

    2. William1 says:

      A highly readable work of dazzling intensity The novella is based in part on a true story author Bernhard s friendship with philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein s grand nephew, Paul Prepare yourself for a blast of intellectually dense but very compelling and funny writing The book is at bottom a great howl of rage against death Bernhard in his day 1931 1989 was perhaps Austria s most controversial novelist playwright The narrator, based on Bernhard, and his familiar, Paul Wittgenstein, share a rare f [...]

    3. ─░ntellecta says:

      Whom Bernhard has met so far only as a radical exaggeration artist or misanthrope, he shows himself here a little differently Quote from Marcel Reich Ranicki Thomas Bernhard has never philanthropic never written tenderly , for me personally is Thomas Bernhard s sentence constructions, narrative style and his language unique.

    4. Paquita Maria Sanchez says:

      Fick What started out as the cause of me once again whining under my breath about Bernhard s head clubbing repetition slowly evolved into a rewarding, mist upon the eyes causing, scrupulous bloodletting of Bernhard s personal guilt, nostalgia, and self reflection resulting from the passing of his closest friend, literally Wittgenstein s nephew, Paul Wittgenstein Paul was, as Bernhard and various Mental Health Professionals proclaimed, a certifiable Madman However, Paul argued he was at least les [...]

    5. David says:

      A quickie review, so put on your non porous splash suit and buckle yourself in Eschewing his emblematic deranged, run on style, Bernhard serves up Wittgenstein s Nephew as both a eulogy of his friend Paul Wittgenstein, the famed philosopher s mentally unbalanced nephew, and a bleak rumination on death or pointedly, the slow, surreptitious death that constitutes life If you know someone who is despairing about about his or her physical deterioration and impending death, do not be so thoughtful a [...]

    6. Jokoloyo says:

      At first I expected an autobiographical tale of friendship between author and Paul Wittgenstein, nephew of Ludwig Wittgenstein But then it is so much , there were discussions about Austrian society My favourite is the literary prize episode, I found it hilarious.But at the end, the author was discussing his friend, Paul, at the last stages of his life It was so sad At that late part I was torn between 4 or 5 star rating, I was so moved by Paul s situation The author combined the absurdity of Aus [...]

    7. Dajana says:

      Pro itam Bernharda jednom godi nje da se slu ajno ne zeznem i ne pomislim da je svet lep

    8. M. Sarki says:

      msarki.tumblr post 7864075This is one of those Bernhard books that most devotees say they loved but speak little about why or how it happened Those who do are predictable in their comments regarding Bernhard s plot, his friendships, judgments, and in general, death Nothing wrong with either approach, but it just doesn t get the uninitiated where she needs to be This particular Bernhard tale is quite unlike anything else he has written Almost easier to stomach the vitriol and rants present in alm [...]

    9. Nora Barnacle says:

      Sva ta bih sad mogla da napi em od himne, do anateme Neka ovo bude prvi utisak, bez ocene.Paul Vitgen tajn, kao i epizode iz Bernhardovog ivota su osnove na kojima stoji ovaj maestralni prikaz sasvim perverznog straha od op teg bezumlja koje pametnog oveka mora da razboli od tuberkuloze ili izofrenije, svejedno.Ovaj roman je, pre svega, esencija prestravljenosti i gneva koji vode u ludilo, vapaj davljenika koji se okre e u vrtlogu nesavladive zavisti hroni nog bolesnika prema svemu to nije boles [...]

    10. Antonius Block says:

      Oni kroz prozor svoje glave sve vi e bacaju duhovno bogatstvo koje se istovremeno u njihovoj glavi sve vi e uve ava i postaje, naravno, sve opasnije, i na kraju gube korak sa bacanjem svog duhovnog bogatstva iz svoje glave , i glava vi e nije u stanju da podnese duhovno bogatstvo koje se u njihovoj glavi i dalje uve ava i koje se u toj njihovoj glavi gomila i onda eksplodira I tako je Paulova glava naprosto eksplodirala zato to nije vi e mogla da odr i korak sa bacanjem njegovog duhovnog bogatst [...]

    11. Dov Zeller says:

      I am the happiest traveler when I am on the move, moving on or moving off but the unhappiest arriver 88 89 In Wittgenstein s Nephew , Bernhard explores his ideal place the place between places It may be we never quite set out and never quite arrive in the pages of this book, but travel breathlessly, with few rests, as if life depends upon endless moving in much the way the roadrunner ought to keep moving and never look down It s when we stop and take account that we realize how far there is to f [...]

    12. Deepthi says:

      Bernhard likes very few things, especially people To paraphrase his narrator, who at a certain instance in the novel ruthlessly points out, one doesn t even have to use all the five fingers of one hand to count the things, ideas or ideals of the society he is in good terms with A sample of his raw judgement For let us not deceive ourselves most of the minds we associate with are housed in heads that have little to offer than overgrown potatoes, stuck on top of whining and tastelessly clad bodie [...]

    13. Hakan T says:

      Thomas Bernhard bu eserinde, nl filozof Ludwig Wittgenstein n ye eni Paul ile 12 y la varan ve ad ge enin l m ne kadar s ren dostlu unu anlat yor Hastanede ba layan dostluklar Paul ruh hastalar , Bernhard ise veremliler ko u unda , m zik ve felsefeye ortak ilgileri, d nya g r leri, genel kabul g ren de erlere cesaretle kar kabilmeleriyle peki iyor Bernhard yine Avusturya toplumuna, zellikle de entellekt el evrelere fkesini kusuyor Bu tabii Bernhard n alameti farikas , bir nevi k y n delisi konum [...]

    14. Joselito Honestly and Brilliantly says:

      Had this not been part fiction I would have unhesitatingly called its author, Thomas Bernhard, insane Or, at the very least, a difficult, incomprehensible eccentric He writes here about his friend Paul Wittgenstein, a nephew of the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein whose philosophy of language I studied in college but never understood To Thomas Bernhard both Ludwig and Paul were mad philosophers, the only difference between them being that Ludwig was published and became famous while Paul never wr [...]

    15. Justin Evans says:

      Okay, I m giving this five stars because I m already nostalgic for the times when I had new Bernhard to read I ve only got a couple novels to go before I move on to the stories This is an odd part of his work, since it s actually kind of in praise of something It s in praise of a mentally disturbed wastrel, yes, but still, it s in praise of something Bernhard records his friendship with Paul Wittgenstein, their mutual sicknesses, then moves on to usual Bernhard territory I HATE VIENNESE COFFEE [...]

    16. Pantelis says:

      I have run many miles listening to the audio version of this book, read by Thomas Holtzmann It has the perfect rythm for jogging And a mood of perseverance, ideal for long distance running I have first read this book as a student in its english translation, recommended by an old friend he still is We shared a lonesome and bookish childhood We were both students, him in Paris and me in London, when he discovered this novel and knowing my psychopathology also his he recommended it to me So, for me [...]

    17. Steven says:

      The only difference between us is that Paul allowed himself to be utterly dominated by his madness, whereas I have never let myself be dominated by my equally serious madness one might say that he was taken over by his madness, whereas I have always exploited mine 21 Wittgenstein s Nephew begins in a Viennese hospital, where Thomas Bernhard and Paul Wittgenstein, nephew of the great philosopher Ludwig, are forced for different but related reasons to lie in separate wings Bernhard is suffering fr [...]

    18. Vit Babenco says:

      Wittgenstein s Nephew is about friendship but in some strange way it reminded me of The Castle by Franz Kafka Between a man and freedom there is always a wall of bureaucracy Paul s mind quite simply exploded because he could not discard his intellectual fortune fast enough In the same way Nietzsche s mind exploded, just as all the other mad philosophical minds exploded, because they could no longer sustain the pace Their intellectual fortune builds up at a faster and fiercer rate than the can di [...]

    19. Ana says:

      De um f lego De tirar o f lego at ltima palavra Um amigo n o o que aplaude, n o o que diz que tudo est bem quando sabes que n o est Um amigo outra coisa Sem tempo, sem lugar ou medida, e nunca morre.

    20. Matt says:

      I picked this up because I d read Berhard s The Loser already and the same friend who had leant it to me suggested I check out another Berhard joint.Part of the reason he interests me is because he is so consistently praised and oohed and ahhed over by at least what I see of the current literary establishment So many people suggest that he is or, specifically, was one of the very best of contemporary world writers that I suppose it would be poor form to neglect his work Plus, it seems he never [...]

    21. Frabe says:

      Bernhard racconta la sua amicizia con Paul Wittgenstein, nipote del filosofo Ludwig, quello del Tractatus logico philosophicus Paul, gi pilota d automobili, ballerino, esperto di musica, ma soprattutto intellettuale e filosofo lui pure a suo modo, in una dimensione privata , pecora nera della famiglia ma anche il grande Ludwig non era stato acclamato pi di tanto dai ricchi affaristi Wittgenstein, produttori di armi e macchinari , viene osannato da chi scrive come un salvatore era entrato nella v [...]

    22. Gary says:

      this is the first Bernhard book I ve read I was made aware of him by listening to an interview of W.G Sebald in it he mentioned that Bernhard was his mentor if he helped Sebald find his voice, he must be special or maybe not I was not disappointed this is a raw honest telling of his relationship with Paul Wittgenstein, nephew of Ludwig it is about facing death, the cruel reality of aging, and the frailty of our minds and bodies sounds like a real bummer of a book, eh yet it is not, totally it is [...]

    23. Lee says:

      the key to all of Bernhard is on the last page.

    24. Ubik 2.0 says:

      Sulla strada tra il Padiglione Ernst e il Padiglione HermannConclusa lo scorso anno la lettura dei cinque eccellenti libri dell autobiografia di Thomas Bernhard, credevo di trovarmi ora al cospetto di un opera di fiction e invece Il nipote di Wittgenstein quasi un ulteriore capitolo autobiografico, con molte analogie col terzo libro Il Respiro , quello che si svolge quasi interamente in ambienti nosocomiali e sanatori.In teoria il soggetto di questo romanzo sarebbe il personaggio cui il titolo r [...]

    25. Troy says:

      Bernhard with a smile of sorts This is almost Bernhard lite There s still the one paragraph book, still the despair, anguish, hatred for humanity which includes, of course, Bernhard , focus on the base elements of our nature, and the bile, the endlessly spewing bile But it is all leavened by the nature of the story, which is about Bernhard s brilliant and doomed friend who is Wittgenstein s nephew and equally as brilliant as Ludwig Wittgenstein, even if he never put his brilliant thoughts down o [...]

    26. Daisy says:

      I know someone who has read this five or six times It s her favorite book It could be a celebration of unprejudiced, accepting friendship or a eulogy or a purging of guilt It deals with sickness, euphoria, aging, city vs, country, society, money, poverty, music, theater, motor racing The respect Thomas and Paul have for each other, the progress of their friendship, their own parallels, their respective places in society and in their families, that s the main stuff of this book.For me, I am made [...]

    27. Nicole says:

      So when you have a long and unwieldy and somewhat overly specific phrase, it s funny the once, though not as funny as if you repeat the same long and unwieldy and somewhat overly specific phrase several times as you navigate through a long sentence made up of multiple dependent clauses each of which contains the aforementioned long and unwieldy and somewhat overly specific phrase, which repetition, then, builds to a grammatically based hilarity built around the long and unwieldy and somewhat ove [...]

    28. Jimmy says:

      a 100 page book consisting of 1 paragraph should not be this enjoyable to read I read it in a day , especially without any kind of intriguing plot, flashy language or the like But Bernhard s subtle writing style draws you in, always interesting and often hilarious, without appearing like he is trying all that hard to be Most of all, it s the line of thought in this book that is the most impressive to me, the way it moves from thought to thought like a very good poem I will definitely read by Be [...]

    29. Ellie says:

      Another lucky combination for me I love both morose Ludwig and bitter Thomas I was in heaven with this book.Ellie NYC

    30. John says:

      Call it the contra convalescent novel, in which laughter is the worst medicine yet we can t help sticking out our arms for a fresh shot, because anyway it hurts to be up on your feet than laid out in a hospital Or is this a novella WITTGENSTEIN S NEPHEW has no chapter breaks, anyway, nor paragraph breaks either As its shaggy dog cynicism worldliness spools out, the work may even rise to the technical challenge of carving out a new late 20th Century form This thing of darkness, fascinating bookl [...]

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