Călătorie într-un picior [Herta Muller] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Irene, protagonista de 35 de ani a acestui roman, il cunoaste la . Log in Sign up. Călătorie într-un picior – Herta Müller, Corina Bernic. Călătorie într -un picior. by: Corina Bernic (author) Herta Müller (author). Format: paperback. warmth that followed when I lay down.“ — Herta Müller, The Land of Green Plums . verde de matase a lui Thomas.“ — Herta Müller, Călătorie într-un picior. 0.

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This book astonishes me for the way in which it is written. The protagonist Irene is a German-speaking woman in her mid-thirties picilr has just emigrated from Romania to West Germany and starts living in Berlin in the second half of the s. Write a customer review. Ho comprato questo libro per invito del club del libro. Sep 21, Riet rated it it was ok. The language is sparse and reads like poetry. In a nutshell, it’s hopeless with these three guys.

It is dreary, and yet, it makes me so grateful for my life and what I have in it. And although she is free from the harm that communism carries, she can not relate to her new homeland, for there is no pride, no connection, nothing. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

Traveling on One Leg

This is my first review in English – please forgive my mistakes if any Nov 03, Branden rated it did not like it. Traveling on Juller Leg explores the themes of exile, homeland, and identity, and the protagonist’s unsuccessful acquaintance or relationship with three different men.


Ist wie die Hauptfigur der Fremde ausgeliefert. The plot itself is near nonexistent compared to her usual style of writing. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Irene escapes the daily nightmare of faux cultural, social and political assimilation when on page she states: A profound isolation calatoriw along with it a profound chaos. Yet, her homeland is not the enemy; it is the victim.

She becomes involved with three different mulller, none of whom seem particularly fond of her, and she wanders lost in her new, rather picuor landscape.

I must herts it took me several times to start the book and go on with reading it. While in Germany, she befriends three men Franz, Stefan and Thomas, all of whom seem mentally crippled in their own right. I do myself live abroad, I do myself miss my country, for personal reasons and not because I was forced to, yet I could not share Irene’s nostalgia, alienation, apathy feelings.

Want to Read saving…. The prose is almost poetic but it rambles so often that at times it’s difficult to tell what’s going on. Erano inizia destinati a fallire.

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The prose is almost poetic but it rambles so The oldest of Muller’s work that I’ve read so far, Traveling on One Leg is a mess. Initially, she made a living by teaching kindergarten and giving private German lessons. Hin und her gerissen zwischen Heimat und Fremde jerta Irene selbst geteilt wie die Stadt.


And I do believe that the main reason why she feels so alone and confused is caused by her inability to find her place in her own skin. That someone in transition, who just left a communist country for West Berlin, is really suspended between worlds.

Richiede di sentire il freddo oltre i polpastrelli, come se toccassero la propria finitezza, impone di uscire dai propri limiti per cercare l’altro.

Călătorie într-un picior: Herta Muller: : Books

They flit hwrta reality and their imagined words. There she finds herself not only suffering from the trauma she experienced in Romania, but unable to form meaningful connections, even with the three men with whom she obliquely forms relationships. She feels neither longing for Romania nor any comfort in her newly adopted Germany.

Doch schon der Titel sagt: Jul 25, Agneta Jakab rated piior liked it. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. If there’s something I liked is the fact that I realize that in daily life, there are always several narrative plans: The writing is poetic, like all HM writings and this is what attracts me to her books.

I remember a woman who can’t find her place.