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Autumn de Karl Ove Knausgaard
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Autumn (edição: 2019)

de Karl Ove Knausgaard (Autor)

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"From the author of the monumental My Struggle series, Karl Ove Knausgaard, one of the masters of contemporary literature and a genius of observation and introspection, comes the first in a new autobiographical quartet based on the four seasons. 28 August. Now, as I write this, you know nothing about anything, about what awaits you, the kind of world you will be born into. And I know nothing about you... I want to show you our world as it is now: the door, the floor, the water tap and the sink, the garden chair close to the wall beneath the kitchen window, the sun, the water, the trees. You will come to see it in your own way, you will experience things for yourself and live a life of your own, so of course it is primarily for my own sake that I am doing this: showing you the world, little one, makes my life worth living. Autumn begins with a letter Karl Ove Knausgaard writes to his unborn daughter, showing her what to expect of the world. He writes one short piece per day, describing the material and natural world with the precision and mesmerising intensity that have become his trademark. He describes with acute sensitivity daily life with his wife and children in rural Sweden, drawing upon memories of his own childhood to give an inimitably tender perspective on the precious and unique bond between parent and child. The sun, wasps, jellyfish, eyes, lice--the stuff of everyday life is the fodder for his art. Nothing is too small or too vast to escape his attention. This beautifully illustrated book is a personal encyclopaedia on everything from chewing gum to the stars. Through close observation of the objects and phenomena around him, Knausgaard shows us how vast, unknowable and wondrous the world is"--… (mais)
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Informação:Penguin Books (2019), Edition: Reprint, 240 pages
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I really enjoyed this book, featuring three letters to by the author to his then-unborn daughter as well as short essays on everyday things, including bathroom functions. ( )
  Jimbookbuff1963 | Jun 5, 2021 |
This is the first of a four volume tetralogy, divided by season. Within each volume, chapters are designated by month. The author opens each chapter with a letter to his unborn child. Each chapter contains brief essays/observations written one per day. The topics range from vomit to thermos flasks, from beekeeping to buttons, from jellyfish to Van Gogh. They vary from poignant to thought-provoking to somewhat inane. I am left with a sense of contentment at having spent time pondering many topics. This would be a great book to keep in a guestroom, as it can be picked up and put down easily, and one can peruse it or dive in deeply. Looking forward to the next three seasons! ( )
  hemlokgang | Apr 19, 2021 |
Es ist immer so eine Sache mit Karl Ove Knausgård. In seinen Büchern geht es nur und ausschließlich um ihn, da ist dieses Buch keine Ausnahme. Er schreibt es zwar für seine ungeborene Tochter, aber es enthält allerlei Betrachtungen über Dinge, von denen ich nicht genau weiß, warum ein Vater das für seine Tochter schreiben möchte (z.B. über Schamlippen). Andererseits ist Knausgård aber auch sich selber gegenüber recht schonungslos. Die Tatsache, dass er vermutlich weder für die Tochter noch für Leserinnen und Leser schreibt, ist ihm auch bewusst (S. 19 „Das ich dies natürlich vor allem mir selbst zuliebe tue“). Denn warum sollte die Tochter seine Reflexionen über Knöpfe, Thermosflaschen, Laub oder Erbrochenes lesen wollen - sie wird das Leben selbst kennenlernen und ihre eigene Konstruktion der Wirklichkeit erleben. Und warum sollte es der Leser/ die Leserin tun? Letztendlich schreibt Knausgård einfach gut, man kann seinen Gedanken folgen - manche sind wirklich sehr interessant und einzigartig (z.B. über Knöpfe, wenn ich mich auch frage, wie man allen Ernstes Kleidung wegwerfen kann, nur weil ein Knopf abgegangen ist), anderen würde ich zwar nicht zustimmen (z.B. über van Gogh), aber lesen kann man es trotzdem.
Ich finde, das Buch ist kein Muss. Am autobiografischen Projekt Knausgårds finde ich ja auch die Handlung und Entwicklung gut. Hier entwickelt sich nichts weiter, es sind Betrachtungen. Aber das macht dieses Buch von Karl Ove Knausgård vielleicht auch einfacher zugänglich.
Ironie des Schicksals: Sein schonungsloses Schreiben über seine Familie hat ja letztendlich, wie ich den Medien entnommen habe, zur Trennung geführt, recht kurz nachdem dieses Buch erschienen ist. Der Satz „damals entdeckten wir das Haus, in dem wir heute wohnen und in dem du aufwachsen wirst“ auf S. 197 stimmte also schon schnell nicht mehr. Schade, es liegt so viel Zuversicht in dieser Beschreibung des Hofes, der Landschaft und auch der Schwangerschaft, der Autor ist hier sehr viel sanftmütiger als in seinen anderen Büchern. ( )
  Wassilissa | Mar 21, 2021 |
This is a collection of essays, which is my favorite type of reading .... so of course I liked it. The essays are uneven in content, which is common in any collection but this Norwegian author writes beautifully about his family. There are a few subjects I could have done without like head lice, for example. This is the first of a four volume set that has translated to English, so I am looking to reading the rest of the collection, as well as prize winning first novel Out of the World. ( )
  kerryp | Dec 7, 2020 |
well, i LOVED it, I hope his daughter enjoys his essay on labia as much as I did ( )
  uncleflannery | May 16, 2020 |
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"From the author of the monumental My Struggle series, Karl Ove Knausgaard, one of the masters of contemporary literature and a genius of observation and introspection, comes the first in a new autobiographical quartet based on the four seasons. 28 August. Now, as I write this, you know nothing about anything, about what awaits you, the kind of world you will be born into. And I know nothing about you... I want to show you our world as it is now: the door, the floor, the water tap and the sink, the garden chair close to the wall beneath the kitchen window, the sun, the water, the trees. You will come to see it in your own way, you will experience things for yourself and live a life of your own, so of course it is primarily for my own sake that I am doing this: showing you the world, little one, makes my life worth living. Autumn begins with a letter Karl Ove Knausgaard writes to his unborn daughter, showing her what to expect of the world. He writes one short piece per day, describing the material and natural world with the precision and mesmerising intensity that have become his trademark. He describes with acute sensitivity daily life with his wife and children in rural Sweden, drawing upon memories of his own childhood to give an inimitably tender perspective on the precious and unique bond between parent and child. The sun, wasps, jellyfish, eyes, lice--the stuff of everyday life is the fodder for his art. Nothing is too small or too vast to escape his attention. This beautifully illustrated book is a personal encyclopaedia on everything from chewing gum to the stars. Through close observation of the objects and phenomena around him, Knausgaard shows us how vast, unknowable and wondrous the world is"--

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