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Travel by train to the most beautiful Christmas markets! And, in between, one lives through years of solitude and work, of delusions and confusions of thinking about one's past - about what was and what could have been. Eggar, our protagonist doesn't succumb down to that third misery of 'what should have been' - and thus finds fulfilment and dignity even in his empty life. And in this case, he did not even have a family for long that he could love and feel loved, couldn't leave his neighborhood except for war and work, did not have the consolation of enjoying arts and books; yet Eggar is not complaining.
View all 3 comments. The life of the title is that of Andreas Egger, a quiet man whose name evokes ancient trees and remote valleys lying in the lee of mountains. The power in the story comes from Egger being at a complete remove from the modern world in spite of his being directly implicated in allowing the modern world, via cable cars, access the remote and ageless places he embodies not only in his name but in his entire being.
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A quiet, respectful tribute to a gentle life of stoic self-sufficiency. Sort of Austrian Stoner , I imagine, set not in academia but in a remote fictional mountain valley where Andreas Egger works first as a general farm hand, then on the construction of wondrous, novel beasts known as cable cars that bring the twin benefits of modernity: Call-up papers to fight in WW2 come as a surprise as he had been declared unfit for service back at the beginni Lovely, dark and deep.
Call-up papers to fight in WW2 come as a surprise as he had been declared unfit for service back at the beginning of the war. But when the young and fit have all been killed, even the lame are sent, not to return for years.
Not to return at all, really, for the valley he finds his way back to from captivity in a Russian internment camp has changed beyond his imagination. Villagers sit in their brightly lit rooms, staring at strange moving images in the box in the corner. Strangers swoop down the snowy slopes on pieces of waxed wood in winter, and in summer get themselves lost.
They need to stop chattering. View all 10 comments. There seemed something bland about the title of this novella to me, although it sounds grander in the original German: And a whole life, like an opera, has a lot of filler in between the arias. That phrase popped up three times in this story, by my count, but was put on display when the protagonist is about to be hired for a job, and the general manager tells him this: That's the way it is. Now leave me in peace! Here, Andreas Egger lost hold of a dying goatherd, helped scar his mountains for a cable car, joined Hitler's army; he spooked at voices but did not mind the cold; he limped; he loved, and only once.
Brutality, accident, modernity came, robbed him.
He survived it all, moment by moment, by moment, by moment. View all 5 comments. It is always interesting to see what books inflame the European imagination. This novel by the Austrian writer Robert Seethaler took Germany by storm, and was released in translation last year in the United States and Canada. The orphan Andreas Egger was given to a mean old relative, Hubert Kranzstocker, who crippled him in youth. Egger hardly ever spoke, but when he was eighteen he refuse It is always interesting to see what books inflame the European imagination. There is more, much more, but Andreas died in that village where he grew up.
One February night the Cold Lady came for him. He did not resist. She looked like his wife, who was killed years before in an avalanche that also destroyed his house, his future child, and his dreams. Perhaps the metronome quality of the writing is what draws readers to this work. It is patient, unheroic, daily. Moments of grief and joy are told with the same tone of ordinariness that describe winning a job, losing a job, working a job.
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The step-by-step inevitability of the end calms us. Egger still had plans—greatly diminished plans—when the Cold Lady came for him: A life does not have to be loud to be meaningful. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.