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  • Der fliegende Berg
  • Christoph Ransmayr
  • German
  • 22 June 2020
  • 9783100629364

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READ Der fliegende Berg READ Á Der fliegende Berg Christoph Ransmayr µ 1 READ ›Der fliegende Berg‹ ist die Geschichte zweier Brüder die von der Südwestküste Irlands in den Transhimalaya nach dem Land Kham und in die Gebirge Osttibets aufbrechen um dort wider besseres durch Satelliten und Computernavigation gestütztes Wissen einen noch unbestiegenen namenlosen Berg zu suchen vielleicht. I feel some kind of personal gratitude towards Ransmayr for making German sound so enchanting and beautiful his choice of words and lyrical descriptions are sublime and the rhythm and tone of his sentences are magical This unusual text is a verse epic written by an Austrian and first published in 2006 and it tells the story of two brothers who travel to the Himalayas in search of a yet uncartographed mountain local Tibetans call The Flying Mountain Der fliegende Berg The free verse causes the sentences to be printed in ragged margin they are as Ransmayr says in his foreword flying sentences The flying sentence is free it does not only belong to the poets The formal presentation of the story has a severe influence on the reading experience it structures the tempo and guides the attention within sentences I found Ransmayr s achievement in this context very impressiveTopic wise this book centers on a signature theme of this author Travel this is my third Ransmayr I also read Cox oder Der Lauf der Zeit which takes a Brit to China and Atlas eines ngstlichen Mannes which takes the reader all around the world Ransmayr seems to be fascinated by the aspect of search that is implied in all travel and how the traveler by putting distance between himself and what lies behind him gets the chance to reflect upon himself from a different point of view Our protagonists in The Flying Mountain are Irish and their family was heavily influenced by the Troubles the Northern Ireland conflict Both brothers have a special relationship to the sea Pad the narrator even worked as a sailor and they are now travelling to the mountains in search for the unknown please note how the English and the German book covers are complementing each other thematicallyLiam the other brother works as a cartographer and found hints that the Flying Mountain exists so he was the one who inspired this manic journey He is going out of his element and risks everything to explore new territory while Pad acts like his brother s keeper Ransmayr s examination of the urge to create explore and conuer reminded me of Boyle s Water Music which also meditates on the uestion where this human drive comes from Pad and Liam represent opposing motives and their conflict plays out in front of the panorama of the majestic Himalayas Reading this book you can feel Ransmayr s love of nature and his humbleness when confronted with the powers of the natural world I realize that depending on personal taste some readers might find some pathos in these renderings but I enjoy the overflowing spirit of this text and I always feel Ransmayr s sincerity and heart shining through every sentence This is an author who is not afraid to go all in he does not care about being cool he just cares about beauty and emotion so in a way you might say that Ransmayr is a Romanticist writing about the postmodern worldThe Flying Mountain is a wonderful book and utterly untranslatable Whoever manages to convey the power of Ransmayr s verse in another language deserves all translation prizes available for this feat Here s a passage in which Nyema a local woman with whom Pad falls in love explains the meaning of the name of the mountain the brothers want to climb Phur Ri sagte Nyema a mountain that fliesdieser Berg der strahlendste und gr te von allen sollte jeden der aufrecht gehen und sprechen konnte daran erinnern da nichts nichtsund sei es noch so m chtig so schwereisgepanzert unbetretbar unbesiegbarf r immer bleiben durftesondern da alles davonmu teverfliegen irgendwann auf und davon da dann aber auch das Verschwundene nicht f r immer verschwunden blieb sondern nach dem Stillstand und Neubeginnselbst der allerfernsten Zeit undwenn auch verwandeltzersprungen zu tausend neuen Formen und Gestaltenwiederkehrte und ein Rad oder ein Sternoder blo eine Gebetsm hle eine Wollspindelsich von neuem zu drehen beganndaf r allein daf r sollte der Phur Ri ein Denkmal seinwenn er sich wieder und wieder erhobmanchmal nur f r Stunden oder Tageerhob und verschwand ja davonflogund doch immer wiederkehrte manchmal bereits nach einigen Atemz geneines Zeugen seines Flugsmanchmal erst nach Wochenvoll Regen Sturm Schnee jeder konnte diesen Berg fliegen sehen Wow 2002 Index of Economic Freedom lyrical descriptions are sublime and the rhythm and tone of his sentences are magical This unusual text is a verse epic written by an Austrian and first published in 2006 and it tells the story of two brothers who travel to the Himalayas in search of a yet uncartographed mountain Grenadier Volume 7 Grenadier local Tibetans call The Flying Mountain Der fliegende Berg The free verse causes the sentences to be printed in ragged margin they are as Ransmayr says in his foreword flying sentences The flying sentence is free it does not only belong to the poets The formal presentation of the story has a severe influence on the reading experience it structures the tempo and guides the attention within sentences I found Ransmayr s achievement in this context very impressiveTopic wise this book centers on a signature theme of this author Travel this is my third Ransmayr I also read Cox oder Der Lauf der Zeit which takes a Brit to China and Atlas eines ngstlichen Mannes which takes the reader all around the world Ransmayr seems to be fascinated by the aspect of search that is implied in all travel and how the traveler by putting distance between himself and what Alice in Wonderland lies behind him gets the chance to reflect upon himself from a different point of view Our protagonists in The Flying Mountain are Irish and their family was heavily influenced by the Troubles the Northern Ireland conflict Both brothers have a special relationship to the sea Pad the narrator even worked as a sailor and they are now travelling to the mountains in search for the unknown please note how the English and the German book covers are complementing each other thematicallyLiam the other brother works as a cartographer and found 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not care about being cool he just cares about beauty and emotion so in a way you might say that Ransmayr is a Romanticist writing about the postmodern worldThe Flying Mountain is a wonderful book and utterly untranslatable Whoever manages to convey the power of Ransmayr s verse in another Thrill Me Do Not Disturb language deserves all translation prizes available for this feat Here s a passage in which Nyema a Vildanden local woman with whom Pad falls in The Russo Japanese War 1904 1905 love explains the meaning of the name of the mountain the brothers want to climb Phur Ri sagte Nyema a mountain that fliesdieser Berg der strahlendste und gr te von allen sollte jeden der aufrecht gehen und sprechen konnte daran erinnern da nichts nichtsund sei es noch so m chtig so schwereisgepanzert unbetretbar unbesiegbarf r immer bleiben durftesondern da alles davonmu teverfliegen irgendwann auf und davon da dann aber auch das Verschwundene nicht f r immer verschwunden blieb sondern nach dem Stillstand und Neubeginnselbst der allerfernsten Zeit undwenn auch verwandeltzersprungen zu tausend neuen Formen und Gestaltenwiederkehrte und ein Rad oder ein Sternoder blo eine Gebetsm hle eine Wollspindelsich von neuem zu drehen beganndaf r allein daf r sollte der Phur Ri ein Denkmal seinwenn er sich wieder und wieder erhobmanchmal nur f r Stunden oder Tageerhob und verschwand ja davonflogund doch immer wiederkehrte manchmal bereits nach einigen Atemz geneines Zeugen seines Flugsmanchmal erst nach Wochenvoll Regen Sturm Schnee jeder konnte diesen Berg fliegen sehen Wow

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READ Der fliegende Berg READ Á Der fliegende Berg Christoph Ransmayr µ 1 READ Zurück in dem er das Rätsel der Liebe als sein und seines verlorenen Bruders tatsächliches lange verborgenes niemals ganz zu vermessendes und niemals zu eroberndes Ziel zu begreifen beginnt Verwandelt von der Erfahrung ja der Entdeckung der Wirklichkeit macht sich der Überlebende am Ende ein zweites Mal auf den W. One of my absolute favorite books The story of two brothers climbing a mountain in the Himalaya being with each other Poetry at times harsh and then again music It was a real pleasure to read this beautiful language and get soaked into the story The Floating Bridge Nettles lange verborgenes niemals ganz zu vermessendes und niemals zu eroberndes Ziel zu begreifen beginnt Verwandelt von der Erfahrung ja der Entdeckung der Wirklichkeit macht sich der Überlebende am Ende ein zweites Mal auf den W. One of my absolute favorite books The story of two brothers climbing a mountain in the Himalaya being with each other Poetry at times harsh and then again music It was a real pleasure to read this beautiful Revolutionary path language and get soaked into the story

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