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Ingeborg Bachmanns Gedichte der Jahre 1954 bis 1956, erstmals 1956 in einem Band veröffentlicht. Zusammen mit "Die gestundete Zeit" bilden sie den Kern ihres lyrischen Werkes.01Ingeborg Bachmann, geb. 1926 in Klagenfurt, zählt zu den bedeutendsten Schriftstellerinnen der deutschsprachigen Nachkriegsgeneration. Ihr Werk umfaßt Romane, Kurzprosa und Lyrik, aber auch Übersetz ...more
Paperback, Piper Taschenbuch Bd.307, 78 pages
Published by Piper (first published 1956)
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Greg
Mar 10, 2009 Greg rated it really liked it
I already gave my neurotic justification for adding another of her poetry books in German even though Ich lesen Deutsche nicht. (is that even right?). I don't have the energy to rewrite all of that, I'm going to sleep now.
Ffiamma
May 20, 2013 Ffiamma rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: germanica, donne, poesia
"spiegami, amore, quel che non so spiegare:
in questo tempo breve, orribile, dovrò
avere il pensiero solo per compagno?
nessun affetto conoscere o creare?
che uno pensi è necessario? la sua mancanza non si avverte?
tu dici: un altro spirito conta su di noi...
non mi spiegare. vedo la salamandra
guizzare in ogni fuoco.
non prova brivido e nulla le fa male"
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“What actually is possible, however, is transformation. And the transformative effect that emanates from new works leads us to new perception, to a new feeling, new consciousness.” This sentence from Ingeborg Bachmann’s Frankfurt Lectures on Poetics (1959-60) can also be applied to her own self-consciousness as an author, and to the history of her reception. Whether in the form of lyric poetry, sh ...more
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