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Tagebuch 1966-1971

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Das Tagebuch 1966-1971 steht in der Kontinuität des ersten. Die Aufzeichnungen, ob Erzählung oder Bericht, Fiction oder Analyse, Verhöre, Fragbogen oder Handbuch, Reisebericht oder Erinnerung, protokollieren unsere Zeit und die Situationen des einzelnen in ihr.
Paperback, 431 pages
Published January 1st 1979 (first published 1972)
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Maurizio Manco
"Appena uno non fa niente, incombe il pericolo di pensare qualcosa." (p. 44)
Armin Hennig
Apr 17, 2018 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Ein Stern fürs Lesevernügen, ohne spezifisches Recherche-Interesse kann ich nur jedem davon abraten, der vorher nicht schon Montauk oder Holozän gelesen hat.

Für aufmerksame Montauk-Leser gibt es schon gewisse Aha-Erlebnisse, die Mäxchens im Gewand der Fiktion geäußerten Leiden an seiner Marianne offenbaren. Ganz besonders Skizze eines Unglücks (1969), eine Art Reisetagebuch aus Südfrankreich. Sie ist die Ex-Patientein des Chirurgen Viktor und will sich wegen ihm scheiden lassen. Im Verlauf der
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Aug 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
Výborné oddychové čítanie. Bavili ma dotazníky a návšteva NY.

"Nič nie je nezmyselnejšie a zbytočnejšie ako imitácia reality; tej je totiž dosť." Max Frisch
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Nov 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
Another excellent diary by Frisch. His first diary cannot be outdone, also because it essentially contained the backbone for most of Frisch's entire catalogue. This second one focuses instead on Frisch the observer, his many trips abroad. In between, short fictional stories are unfolded beautifully and with humour. The famous "surveys" are mingled in between too, with questions that seem much more harmless than they actually are. Anyone who is interested in getting to know himself/herself better ...more
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Max Rudolph Frisch was born in 1911 in Zurich; the son of Franz Bruno Frisch (an architect) and Karolina Bettina Frisch (née Wildermuth). After studying at the Realgymnasium in Zurich, he enrolled at the University of Zurich in 1930 and began studying German literature, but had to abandon due to financial problems after the death of his father in 1932. Instead, he started working as a journalist a ...more