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elfriede jelinek poetry foundation - recipient of the 2004 nobel prize for literature elfriede jelinek is an austrian poet playwright and novelist born to a catholic viennese mother and a jewish czech father in m rzzuschlag styria jelinek grew up in vienna and lost many members of her family to the holocaust, lust by elfriede jelinek - elfriede jelinek is a misandrist extraordinaire and refuses to be subtle in her indictments of men that s great but after a certain point i needed this book to be done, elfriede jelinek quotes brainyquote - elfriede jelinek writing speak me internet feeling my training in music and composition then led me to a kind of musical language process in which for example the sound of the words i play with has to expose their true meaning against their will so to speak, die liebhaberinnen by elfriede jelinek - elfriede jelinek took this karl marx line and beat it to death as a novel in women as lovers the setting is an alpine village where the whole living purpose of protagonists brigitte and paula is finding a man to secure a socio economical standing, top 25 quotes by elfriede jelinek a z quotes - elfriede jelinek michael hulse 1990 wonderful wonderful times p 224 profile books 0 copy quote work restores humankind and all its attributes to the savage animal condition that was its original intended state elfriede jelinek work animal savages, lust elfriede jelinek michael hulse 9781852421830 - nobel prize elfriede jelinek lust gerti sexual sex view woman women brutal call form relentlessly tone towards whose showing 1 4 of 12 reviews top reviews there was a problem filtering reviews right now please try again later sally 2 0 out of 5 stars two stars september 18 2015, charges by elfriede jelinek world literature today - elfriede jelinek adopts the narrative structure setting and themes of aeschylus s suppliant women for charges a drama that delivers a powerful raw emotional depiction of the refugee crisis that is currently playing out on a global scale the nobel prize winning author witnesses via television and other media she is an agoraphobe, the piano teacher jelinek novel wikipedia - the piano teacher german die klavierspielerin is a novel by austrian nobel prize winner elfriede jelinek first published in 1983 by rowohlt verlag translated by joachim neugroschel it was the first of jelinek s novels to be translated into english