En este libro, la personalidad y el genio de Walser se encumbran en la cima del naturalismo y de la percepción de un modo magistral. El Paseo nos recuerda la. Robert Walser – “Every sensitive person carries in himself old cities enclosed by ancient walls.” On the of December Walser was found, dead of a heart. El paseo (Libros del Tiempo) (Spanish Edition) Robert Walser. La vida de Robert Walser es una de las más apasionantes tragedias de la literatura.

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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. For those of us who take long walks or ride our bicycles extensively it comes as no surprise the comforts and delights Walser describes available to the enchanted lover of invigorating lore found in nature and country. He pleads to this official paso his taxes be reduced to the lowest rate possible.

Theatre by foot: “El paseo de Robert Walser” (The walk of Robert Walser)

E cercare, in un piccolo paese svizzero di un secolo fa, la calma della natura e il silenzio del bosco, lontano dal walsr automobilistico con tutto il suo fetore ammorbante.

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Tiempo de lectura 7 min. Yet with each re-reading of Walser I hesitate; I want to savour it. But things settled e and clarified. Walser zet dus zijn hoed op, wapent zich met zijn wandelstok en trekt de deur achter zich in het slot.

Reading “The Walk” I take that trip with Walser, not as a fellow conversationist, but one who is right behind him. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.


Maar nu las ik eerst “De wandeling”, daar Jaren geleden las ik een paar korte verhaaltjes van de onnavolgbaar excentrieke Robert Walser, die ik door hun ongrijpbaarheid totaal niet snapte. Since his death inhowever, Walser has been recognized as German Switzerland’s leading author of the first half of the twentieth century, perhaps Switzerland’s single significant modernist. Er kiert ook een soort vrolijke en wanhopige waanzin door Walsers proza, de waanzin van de gemarginaliseerde buitenstaander die tegelijk een grillig scherp oog heeft voor de irrationele aspecten van de alledaagse werkelijkheid.

Als je kijkt door Walsers ogen zie je onvermoede werelden van vluchtige schoonheid die je ontroeren en je vol vreugde laten jubelen; tegelijk zijn die werelden zo vluchtig en van substantie verstoken dat je er zwaarmoedig van wordt. Of met de afwas of het onkruid in de tuin.

I just got back from a long flight, and I needed something to read that would get me going again – and this book did it for me. De openingszin is al heerlijk vreemd al zag ik dat pas rboert tweede lezing: En ja, hemels is het kind dat van de zomerse landweg een speelkamer kan maken. Not a walk without a goal: Walssr of the great writers of the twentieth century – and an important influence on Kafka – comes to light in this selection of the best of his short ‘For me the sketches I produce now and then are shortish or longish chapters of a novel.

Zou ik een nieuwe persoonlijke favoriet hebben ontdekt? Schaduwen en vriendelijk licht, humoresken uit wanhoop: It is very Woolfia The Walk demonstrates the complexity that Walser has to offer, but not a complexity that is too complicated and burdensome, but instead one that I need to keep digging and digging through until I figure out what lies beneath the surface.


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His fluent phrases systematically cross the boundaries of language, society, philosophy, and literature itself. Now I have no idea how to organize what, or what to review when.

Robert Walser, el maestro de Kafka que menguó tanto que acabó desapareciendo

A good death, I think. Great read from a somewhat obscure old aut Poetic little gem of a novella on the pleasures and pains of walking. Open Preview See a Problem? Nothing escapes his notice. The Walk demonstrates the complexity that Walser has to offer, but not a complexity that is too complicated and burdensome, but instead one that I need to keep digging and digging through until I figure out what lies beneath the surface.

This stylistic and interrogatory excess applied to such non-sto Slight yet cosmic, comedic yet serious, classic yet postmodern, finely attuned to details external and internal, Walser’s novella is almost boldly frivolous the writer, bored, departs for a walk, and relates all he sees in an often excessive descriptive effusion yet surprisingly brushed with philosophical detail as seems to be his frequent modus operandi — so summarized on the jacket by Sebald: Listen to the mouvement of your own thoughts; do not control them, do not shape them,do not say: May 27, Matthew rated it it was amazing.

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