☆ Vermächtnis des verlorenen Sohnes || ✓ PDF Read by ✓ Soma Morgenstern


  • Title: Vermächtnis des verlorenen Sohnes
  • Author: Soma Morgenstern
  • ISBN: 9783924245405
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Soma Morgenstern saludado en su d a por Robert Musil, Stefan Zweig, Joseph Roth y Walter Benjamin como uno de los grandes autores del siglo XX escribi en los a os 30 y acab en 1943 en su exilo neoyorquino la que es sin duda una de las mejores sagas jud as jam s escritas en alem n Destellos en el abismo.En esta nueva y ltima entrega que puede leerse con total indepSoma Morgenstern saludado en su d a por Robert Musil, Stefan Zweig, Joseph Roth y Walter Benjamin como uno de los grandes autores del siglo XX escribi en los a os 30 y acab en 1943 en su exilo neoyorquino la que es sin duda una de las mejores sagas jud as jam s escritas en alem n Destellos en el abismo.En esta nueva y ltima entrega que puede leerse con total independencia de las otras dos entregas , El testamento del hijo pr digo, se narra con una autenticidad, una pureza y una belleza sin par el descubrimiento de por qu el padre del protagonista Alfred Mohylewski abandon en su d a la religi n jud a para convertirse al cristianismo, lo que le acarre la maldici n de su familia Bajo esta forma de cartas testamento, escritas desde el frente y que s lo deber n le das por el hijo al cumplir ste los veinte a os, es todo un mundo el que aflora, el del finiquitado Imperio austro h ngaro, narrado con tanta sensibilidad, belleza y humor que el lector no puede por menos de sentirlo cercano e inolvidable.
    Soma Morgenstern
    enpedia wiki Soma_MorSoma real name Salomo Morgenstern spent his childhood in various villages in Galicia His father worked as a bailiff, but was also a Jewish scholar and fulfilled the functions of a prayer leader in the area where the Morgensterns lived at that time Morgenstern s upbringing was not only religious but also multilingual In his childhood memories Ukrainian was his first language, though Yiddish became his native tongue He also learned ancient Hebrew in order to understand religious texts, and sometimes went to Polish, sometimes Ukrainian village schools, in which he was also taught German German would later be the language in which he wrote, in large part because his father held the language in high esteem.After he left grammar school Morgenstern went to Vienna to study law in 1912, where his studies were interrupted by his military service during the First World War, meaning he only graduated in 1921 Afterwards he worked as, among others, as the Vienna correspondent for the Frankfurter Zeitung and moved in the intellectual circles of Vienna, and was befriended by, for example, the composer Alban Berg and the authors Joseph Roth and Robert Musil.In March 1938 he fled Vienna via France where he was repeatedly detained as a foreign enemy to New York in 1941, where he lived until his death in 1976 His son Dan Morgenstern is a well known jazz historian, critic, lecturer and archivist at Rutgers University.


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