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[[ Read Epub ]] Û Cabo de Gata ⚩ En mand forlader alt sin by, sit land, sit tidligere liv Uden ret meget andet i bagagen end en h ngek je og et par skriveh fter stiger han p toget for at tage sydp Tilf ldigvis havner han i Cabo de Gata, Kattens Horn, et fiskerleje ved Middelhavskysten Landskabet er goldt, og der bl ser en k lig vind Det er ikke et sted hvor man har lyst til at blive Men han bliver der alligevel som den enlige g st i en gammel enkes pensionat Det eneste levende v sen han tager kontakt til er en kat Og pludselig tror han at den har noget at fort lle ham The book calls itself a novel on the cover, so don t read it if you get anal about genre descriptions Because it s actually a jewel of a writing exercise, or purports to be a story told from memory by a successful novelist who was once a failed novelist It shines through what it leaves out, giving us plenty of breathing space for voyeuristic saloon bar analysis. Ein rastloser Schriftsteller fl chtet sich in ein spanisches Dorf, das er sich durch einen etwas zu pathetischen Reisef hrer wie das Paradies auf Erden vorstellt.Stattdessen erwarten ihn belanglose Gespr che mit Einheimischen, streunende Katzen, die er ausversehen anlockt und das Reflektieren ber seinen hoffnungslosen Zustand der Schreibblockade.Statt in diesem Drittel Jahr etwas zu schaffen, wird ein Platz f r die H ngematte gesucht und an schn dem grauem Alltag gescheitert In Zeiten des ab Ein rastloser Schriftsteller fl chtet sich in ein spanisches Dorf, das er sich durch einen etwas zu pathetischen Reisef hrer wie das Paradies auf Erden vorstellt.Stattdessen erwarten ihn belanglose Gespr che mit Einheimischen, streunende Katzen, die er ausversehen anlockt und das Reflektieren ber seinen hoffnungslosen Zustand der Schreibblockade.Statt in diesem Drittel Jahr etwas zu schaffen, wird ein Platz f r die H ngematte gesucht und an schn dem grauem Alltag gescheitert In Zeiten des abnehmenden Lichts konnte mich 2011 sehr begeistern, da bleibt dieses schmale B ndchen Preisleistungsverh ltnis ist der Horror f r das Hardcover, ich kaufte es zum Gl ck nur gebraucht weit hinter zur ck.Die wenigen Hoffnungsschimmer sind der trockene Humor und seltene, aber zu seicht bleibende philosophische Anwandlungen Der Rest wurde von mir eher als belanglos empfunden Der Autor in der Krise ohne Schn rkel, nur banal This is a great essay about a dropout who is in a major life crisis The narrator thus writes what he remembers First you are in Berlin, where he dissolves his household, logs out everywhere including all insurance and said goodbye to his father and his daughter He tells how he travels to Andalusia by train shortly after the New Year and gets stranded in Cabo de Gata Even when the sun is shining every day, it is bitterly cold at night and he heats his room with candles With the rent of h This is a great essay about a dropout who is in a major life crisis The narrator thus writes what he remembers First you are in Berlin, where he dissolves his household, logs out everywhere including all insurance and said goodbye to his father and his daughter He tells how he travels to Andalusia by train shortly after the New Year and gets stranded in Cabo de Gata Even when the sun is shining every day, it is bitterly cold at night and he heats his room with candles With the rent of his accommodation, he has lunch, which consists daily of fish, soup and a hated vanilla pudding Every day he goes to the bakery, buys his bread and some cheese in the supermarket He always drinks his afternoon coffee in the same bar at the same time.Actually, he fled from Berlin, so he can finally write his book, but even in this place, he is not possible There are new routines for him, which he pursues meticulously, because he feels that if he does something different, then something bad will happen.He encounters locals, but can only talk rudimentary, since he does not speak Spanish and every now and then another foreigner gets lost in this small place, with which he can then exchange better.The story is great Ruge tells the individual episodes to the smallest detail, so that one has the feeling to be there yourself 4 In reading Eugen Ruge s works, I m reminded of the character of Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz clicking the heels of her ruby shoes together and repeating, There s no place like home There s no place like home The yearning is there, the desire to return to that place where all things or familiar and, if not exactly constant, the days and the events in them play out within accepted parameters Except that for Ruge there really is no place like home, because when the Berlin Wall fell, the country In reading Eugen Ruge s works, I m reminded of the character of Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz clicking the heels of her ruby shoes together and repeating, There s no place like home There s no place like home The yearning is there, the desire to return to that place where all things or familiar and, if not exactly constant, the days and the events in them play out within accepted parameters Except that for Ruge there really is no place like home, because when the Berlin Wall fell, the country that he grew up in soon thereafter ceased to exist as a political entity as the eastern part of Germany was reunited with or,to the point, absorbed by its western doppelganger.Cabo de Gata, then, is the tale of a would be writer s search for a home and search for himself, which, as in the case of Dorothy, involves traveling to a land evenforeign to him than the one disrupted by seismic political and cultural upheavals It is replete with sentences that begin with I remember, a semantic trick that gives the story a tentative feel and allows the narrator a certain vagueness, an ability not to commit to concrete facts, all while purportedly searching for an external and internal space where the truth can settle, as it were.It s interesting that the novel begins with the sentence, I remember stopping short midmovement Then the narrator leaves Germany for the southern coast of Spain and spends a good many mornings writing and tossing aside the first sentences of a novel he never describes to any of the other characters he meets, except, of course, in the sense that he and those characters and their interactions are the novel he is writing Other than the narrator, the most important character is the cat he encounters and falls in love with and feeds while she is pregnant.I won t include spoilers that disclose what happens to the cat or the novel that the novel s narrator is writing, other than to say that their tales also seem to stop short midmovement In other circumstances, I might find that result disappointing, but in Cabo de Gata it seems very fitting