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However, many of his relatives became victims of the Holocaust. Her mother, with whom she had a strained relationship, was from a formerly prosperous Vienna family. As a child, Elfriede attended a Roman Catholic convent school in Vienna. Her mother planned a career for her as a musical " wunderkind ". She was instructed in piano, organ, guitar, violin, viola, and recorder from an early age. During this time, she began serious literary work as a form of therapy. After a year, she began to feel comfortable leaving the house, often with her mother.
During the s, she became active politically, read a great deal, and "spent an enormous amount of time watching television". I knew enough men. Sexuality was, strangely, the only area where I emancipated myself early on. Our marriage takes place in two cities. They are also a part of the reason for the controversy directed at Jelinek and her work.
This provoked a temporary heating of the political climate severe enough for dissidents such as Jelinek to be accused of treason by coalition supporters. Jelinek petitioned for the release of Jack Unterweger , who was imprisoned for the murder of a prostitute, and who was regarded by intellectuals and politicians as an example of successful rehabilitation.
Unterweger was later found guilty of murdering nine more women within two years of his release, and committed suicide after his arrest. It has been praised and condemned by leading literary critics. We are Decoys, Baby! According to Jelinek, power and aggression are often the principal driving forces of relationships. It received poor reviews by many critics, some of whom likened it to pornography.
But others, who noted the power of the cold descriptions of moral failures, considered it to have been misunderstood and undervalued by them. Her work is less known in English-speaking countries.
Known for her modesty and subtle self-irony , she — a reputed feminist writer — wondered if she had been awarded the prize mainly for "being a woman", and suggested that among authors writing in German, Peter Handke , whom she praises as a "living classic", would have been a more worthy recipient.
Others appreciated how Jelinek revealed that she suffers from agoraphobia and social phobia , paranoid conditions that developed when she first decided to write seriously. She has said her anxiety disorders make it impossible for her to go to the cinema or board an airplane in an interview she wished to be able to fly to New York to see the skyscrapers one day before dying , and incapable of taking part in any ceremony.
He said later that her selection for the prize "has not only done irreparable damage to all progressive forces, it has also confused the general view of literature as an art".
Shelves: marxian-theory , feminism I learned about Elfriede Jelinek because of the film adaptation of her novel The Piano Teacher and because Xiu Xiu used the title of this book "Women As Lovers" as the title of their most recent album and drew a fair number of quotes from it for lyrics as well. Jelinek is well known as a feminist and a socialist and makes these commitments an integral part of her fiction. I imagine this is where many readers run into problems Jelinek received a Nobel Prize for literature, but not without major fallout in the literary establishment. She frequently uses repetition and a starkly sardonic tone. Her MO all but rules out sustained instances of expressive or descriptive language; her style reads as very episodic. And of course there are the myriad episodes of violence, particularly of a sexual nature.
However, many of his relatives became victims of the Holocaust. Her mother, with whom she had a strained relationship, was from a formerly prosperous Vienna family. As a child, Elfriede attended a Roman Catholic convent school in Vienna. Her mother planned a career for her as a musical " wunderkind ".
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