Die Sandelholzstrafe

Die Sandelholzstrafe In Seinem Gro En Historischen Epos Inszeniert Mo Yan Eine Farbenpr Chtige Pekingoper Aus Der Deutschen Kolonialgeschichte Seines Heimatlands Vor Der Kulisse Einer Untergehenden Epoche Treten F Nf Figuren Auf Die B Hne Der Geschichte Und K Mpfen F R Das, Was Sie Bewahren Wollen, Und F R Die, Die Sie Lieben Viel Neues Geschieht Im China Des Jahres 1899 Von Berall Her Dr Ngen Fremde Menschen In Das Zuvor Verschlossene Reich Sie Bringen Etwa Die Eisenbahn, Die Bei Der Provinzstadt Gaomi Ber Die Gr Ber Der Ahnen Verlaufen Soll Vieles Geht Aber Auch Zu Ende In Diesen Letzten Tagen Des Jahrhunderts Das Kaiserreich Liegt In Agonie, Ebenso Wie Sun Bing, Der Operns Nger Und Anf Hrer Des Aufstands Gegen Die Trasse Und Deren Erbauer Um Seinen Ungehorsam Zu Ahnden, B Ndelt Die Staatsmacht All Ihre Kr Fte Und Verordnet Ein Letztes Mal Die Sandelholzstrafe, Die Grausamste Und Zugleich Kunstvollste Der Berkommenen Foltermethoden Leib Und Leben Nicht Allein Des Opfers, Sondern Auch Seiner Tochter, Ihres Ehemanns, Ja Selbst Des Henkers Und Des Richters Stehen Mit Diesem Urteilsspruch Auf Dem Richtplatz Der Geschichte In Einem Der Bedeutendsten Chinesischen Romane Der J Ngsten Zeit Spielt Mo Yan Virtuos Das Spiel Der Masken, Perspektiven Und Kontraste Gewalt Und Poesie, Empathie Und Schwarzer Humor, Derbheit Und Feinsinn, Die F Lle Des Westlichen Romans Und Die Eleganz Der Chinesischen Oper Gehen In Seiner Bilderreichen Und Suggestiven Sprache Hand In Hand. Palpitation The word itself brims with mystifying sounds The flip flopping of the heart muscle attuned to the ambience of the twelve tone symphony, fingers smoothly gliding over the chromatic keys of a piano, the steady tempo of the inherent music fluctuating within the irregularities of variable frequency of the cardiac rhythm, the fleeting pause descending into the pentatonic scales of a violin finding its way into the emptiness of a skipped heartbeat, synchronize the tingling of a body The Palpitation The word itself brims with mystifying sounds The flip flopping of the heart muscle attuned to the ambience of the twelve tone symphony, fingers smoothly gliding over the chromatic keys of a piano, the steady tempo of the inherent music fluctuating within the irregularities of variable frequency of the cardiac rhythm, the fleeting pause descending into the pentatonic scales of a violin finding its way into the emptiness of a skipped heartbeat, synchronize the tingling of a body The words of the heart coiled into the tremulous effect of rapid repetitions coursing through incessant throbbing The forbearance of the heart melting away in the furnace of lawful decree Yama, the King of Hell pacifying the cries of Little Insect The bearded goat at the mercy of the white snake The seduction of the white snake pitying the fool of the tiger The pigs and dogs scrambling out of the fear of armed wolves Amid snarling jackrabbits, the vicious panther pounces on the white ti
Gi nella prima pagina racchiusa l intera trama del libro in questi versi dell Opera dei gatti una specie di teatro di strada, popolareSorge il sole rosso scarlatto,s infiamma di luce il cielo a oriente,dalla baia di Jiaozhou eccoi soldati tedeschi con i capelli rossi e gli occhi verdi.Costruiscono la ferrovia tra i campi coltivati,spazzando via le tombe dei nostri antenati.Siamo tutti infuriati Mio padre guida la ribellione,tra i boati dei cannoni.I colpi di mortaio sono assordanti,i nemi Gi nella prima pagina racchiusa l intera trama del libro in questi versi dell Opera dei gatti una specie di teatro di strada, popolareSorge il sole rosso scarlatto,s infiamma di luce il cielo a oriente,dalla baia di Jiaozhou eccoi soldati tedeschi con i capel
Maoqiang Opera Chinese pinyin M oqi ng is a local folk opera style performed live on stage from the Jiaozhou area of Shandong Peninsula Jiaodong Peninsula in eastern China Sandalwood Death pays homage to Maoqiang and is written in a style reminiscent of this traditional Chinese art form.In the Author s Note at the end of the book, Mo Yan writes In the same way that Maoqiang cannot be performed in grand halls alongside Italian opera or Russian ballet, this novel of mine will likel Maoqiang Opera Chinese pinyin M oqi ng is a local folk opera style performed live on stage from the Jiaozhou area of Shandong Peninsula Jiaodong Peninsula in eastern China Sandalwood Death pays homage to Maoqiang and is written in a style reminiscent of this traditional Chinese art form.In the Author s Note at the end of the book, Mo Yan writes In the same way that Maoqiang cannot be performed in grand halls alongside Italian opera or Russian ballet, this novel of mine will likely not be a favorite of readers of Western literature, especially in high brow circles Thank heavens then, that I m not in any way high brow , because this historical novel was such a uniquely enjoyable experience.Reflective of Maoqiang characteristics, the narrative and dialogue frequently incorporate a bawdy, overblown and mischievous element And so, a son who is tormented by his dead mother s spirit beseeches her to let him live or die
Excruciating and beautiful, but not for weak stomachs.I ve read Sandalwood Death Tanxiang Xing in both Vietnamese my native language and English It is understood why Mo Yan could not achieve the level of fame he deserves in the West I remember that year when Mo Yan won the Nobel Prize in 2012, most of my Murakami fans I know back then were truly disappointed Murakami writesuniversally they do not require much of a background understand, but Mo Yan not so much.Anyway I am not makin Excruciating and beautiful, but not for weak stomachs.I ve read Sandalwood Death Tanxiang Xing in both Vietnamese my native language and English It is understood why Mo Yan could not achieve the level of fame he deserves in the West I remember that year when Mo Yan won the Nobel Prize in 2012, most of my Murakami fans I know back then were truly disappointed Murakami writesuniversally they do not require much of a background understand, but Mo Yan not so much.Anyway I am not making an effort to compare these two authors, just getting things clear In order to truly appreciate the genius of Mo Yan, you have to be somewhat familiar with Chinese history and culture, in this case, the Boxer Rebellion and Chinese Opera with all its extravagant colours and fascinating, impeccable moves This is no easy task for an average Western reader especially uninformed book club members who just expect a pleasant read.The main cast
, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,,, ,, sometimes even a very fine work just does not translate.if you re planning to become a Mo Yan reader, you really must know a few things about Chinese history and culture, else it s all going to be mystifying to you for this book, you really should know something about Chinese opera and the Boxer Rebellion.Mo Yan says in an afterword to this book that he wrote it with two rhythms in mind the rhythm of trains, and the rhythm of Maoqiang opera i suspect the original Chinese version of this book sometimes even a very fine
I m almost speechless this is a masterpiece I haven t read a book so incredible for a long, long time In fact it s something so unique brilliant and the translation is amazing I have nothing else to say This book is beyond words. Both the author and the translator admit in the preface and afterword that this novel is impossible to properly translate Yet even through a linguistic gauze screen, Sandalwood Death is a masterpiece of contemporary Chinese fiction and of outstanding literary translation.Set in the same remote township in which his other novels take place, at the turn of the 20th Century, an executioner, an opera performer turned rebel, their married children a butcher and a dog meat seller and a county magis Both the author and the translator admit in the preface and afterword that this novel is impossible to properly translate Yet even through a linguistic gauze screen, Sandalwood Death is a masterpiece of contemporary Chinese fiction and of outstanding literary translation.Set in the same remote township in
Just love the novel to pieces First, it gives me a rough picture of what it must have been like when the fall of Qing Empire loomed ahead The hardship people had to encounter, political and social turmoil, xenophobia, persecution by Western nations who came to China in order to reap benefits, etc Some historical figures are mentioned as well, e.g Empress Dowager Cixi and Yuan Shikai, who triggers some interest in me to the extent that I have to researchabout him and his dominance on th Just love the novel to pieces First, it gives me a rough picture of what it must have been like when the fall of Qing Empire loomed ahead The hardship people had to encounter, political and social turmoil, xenophobia, persecution by Western nations who came to China in order to reap benefits, etc Some historical figures are mentioned as well, e.g Empress Dowager Cixi an
It is the very first one that Mo Yan tries to savor modern style of fiction writing in telling a story, a story again staged in his hometown Gao Mi, as most of his works do In this novel main characters voice one by one in their own perspectives towards an event from varying spots of timeline, mixed with recallings of their personal experiences which are key to the very event about to happen Due to such a overlapped narrative, even the main plot can be mapped out earlier in the process of book It is the very first one that Mo Yan tries to savor modern style of fiction writing in telling a story, a story again staged in his hometown Gao Mi, as most of his works do In this novel main characters voice one by one in their own perspectives towards an event from varying spots of timeline, mixed with recallings of their personal experiences which are key to the very event about to happen Due to such a overlapped narrative, even the main plot can be mapped out earlier in the process of book, profound details about customs, history, and inter personal knots flood on and on in a breathless tempo.A stunning calibre of lauguage in exquisiteness and vigorousness is exhibited in the making

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  • Hardcover
  • 651 pages
  • Die Sandelholzstrafe
  • Mo Yan
  • German
  • 08 October 2019
  • 345817446X