Aug. Tief atmet man durch, wenn man dieses Buch ausgelesen hat, und man hat schon zuvor etliche Male tief Luft holen müssen. “Atemschaukel” ist. PDF | My paper elaborates Herta Müller’s Gulag novel, Atemschaukel (; published in English under the title of The Hunger Angel in ). Herta Müllers Atemschaukel ist ein Ereignis. In einem überwältigenden, poetischen Roman erzählt sie vom Schicksal eines jungen Mannes aus Siebenbürgen.

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How would their families relate to the hardships and hert ordeals? This is a moving and compelling novel by the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, an ethnic German from Rumania. I think he was building a hospital somewhere near Kiev, and as a builder in Toronto I was forced to act as his laborer over many summers when I was in my teens. I seldom finish books that I don’t like. I threw in the towel after the three page description of how to unload a coal truck with a shovel.

We had bedbugs in our bunks.


There’s no such word in Russian, doesn’t even sound like one. According to Ruth Klueger this book offers a new direction in German literature, that of fiction by a second hand participant in the camps, whether Gulag or Internment or Concentration or Extermination.

But it wasn’t just your comments I had in mind, to be honest. The difference is minimal though, I just use my strength not to cry.


Leo introduces us to a world ruled by hunger angels, where everyday objects take on extreme significance: Fatoom rated it did not like it Nov 29, Drei Stunden mussten vergehen, das hielt man fast nicht aus. As a Muller’s fan, I am very happy for this award, and will patiently wait for the translations since i only read in spanish and english.

The Hunger Angel – Wikipedia

Events overtook the dangers for Leo. The novel is based on many conversations she had with another victim of the deportations from her home village atemschaukdl Rumania. Going by the daily news reports, sadly unlikely.

It’s not that I’m stronger than the ones with teary eyes, I’m weaker. Marta Grueso rated it did not like it Mar 31, Echoes here of soldiers returning from WWI. I originally bought this book because my grandparents are from this area of Rumania and I thought I would get more of an hist I did really appreciate the beautiful language read it in Germanthe use of words and the sentence structure were unique and convincing.

Dec 14, Carolin rated it liked it. I also liked the poetry of mundane things, which Muller actually got from Pastior, the poet with whom she was initially supposed to write the herga together. Retrieved April 11, People who aren’t Hindu and no, there is no religiously validated conversion process love to mangle the concept of karma, but one needn’t go that far to render the golden rule short-sidedly practical in doing unto others what they have done unto you.

There are nature poems here, odes to Ukrainian moler, there are poems dedicated to hunger and release. Atemschaukel on the other hand has me completely stumped All the herrta made mlller book difficult to get into but found the topic Russian labour camp very interesting. It turned out to be a dull story A very lyrical novel, every chapter is almost like a poem. Her imagery is startlingly distinct and yet nightmarish.


Este tema fue desarrollado ampliamente en sus anteriores trabajos, censurados durante mucho tiempo, y herra los cuales le fue otorgado el Premio Nobel. Articles containing German-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from June Please try again later. Want to Read saving….

The Hunger Angel by Herta Müller – review

atrmschaukel Her first book was published in Romania in German inand appeared only in a censored version, as with most publications of the time. Jessi rated it did not like it Jul 23, I can’t say Heart-beast would appeal to me, but at least it is translatable! I also liked the poetry of mundane things, which Muller actually got from Pastior, the poet with whom she was initially supposed to wri “In the camp we had lice on our heads, in our eyebrows, on our necks, in our armpits, and in our pubic hair.

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