Hermann Ungar-Los Mutilados (capitulo III). TheLibraryMouse ES. Loading Unsubscribe from TheLibraryMouse ES? Cancel Unsubscribe. Ecco, con I mutilati Hermann Ungar assesta un colpo tale da mandare in frantumi Los mutilados, es un relato terrible sobre las perversiones y locuras más. Los mutilados / The Maimed: Hermann Ungar: Books – Amazon .ca.
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How he notices that Karl’s innocent son Franz looks as his father used to.
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Polzer’s ineptness means that he passively watches his school friend whom he idolises waste away from some unknown rot-the-body disease, allows himself to be coerced into a sexual relationship with his landlady, and attempts to control his world by keeping all his mutillados in order and preventing change.
Ungar has successfully taken us into Polzer’s distressed world, even more so by the almost flat writing style — which although flat is thoroughly engaging: Karl becomes ill and is sent away for treatment. I mutilsdos worn down too, of the en passe. Because they weren’t really women they were a distorted idea of women best of all was when they’d transcend that.
Karl suspects his wife of having affairs and planning his murder. Per chi fosse interessato all’autore, in rete ho trovato questo articolo su Hermann Ungar: And even after finishing, the story continued to claw at my mind. As one of the reviewers mentioned, almost Lynch like in its exploration of oos psychology. O livro de Ungar tem como grande qualidade a palatabilidade do estilo: View all 10 comments.
Sep 07, Zac Smith rated it it was hermsnn Shelves: If you can find a copy, I highly recommend it for anyone who likes macabre psychological stories. Fran The Maimed by Hermann Ungar wonderfully terrifying descent into paranoia, perversity and the power of abuse.
There was a murder and someone was beaten to death. They were both Jewish writers ungae Prague who wrote dark fiction, but Ungar is quite distinct from Kafka.
Preview — The Maimed by Hermann Ungar. During the First World War he was called up and wounded in the front. To have a protagonist who is a man who is basically sexually abused by women throughout his life, with oblique This book is crazy, horrifying, and strange. I read the Maimed two years ago, and it’s one of those rare books that I return to over and over again. The boy looked at Franz Polzer. Um verdadeiro freak show. Hermann Ungar should be better known than he is and thanks to Twisted Spoon Press for putting this novel back in print.
This book was put out by a mutilaros press in Prague, and their focus is on translations, specifically of Czech writers. Ungar’s other works deal with similar characters, individuals who may be considered marginal in the wide spectrum of society, freakish possibly.
Mar 14, Cheryl Anne Gardner rated it it was amazing. He lifted his hands to push her away, but his fingers only grasped th heavy mass of flesh. Hermann Ungar’s The Maimed is like that.
Her body seemed soft and dark He longed for this body, and suddenly her remembered it was the body of his sister. Yes, Herr Polzer is a sad soul, desperately trying to live his life the way he wishes.
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This thing goes on forever and ever! As we read the confessions of Polzer’s twisted mind, Unger leaves more than enough to the imagination, and yet, without telling every gory detail, he still manages to set your flesh crawling. Franz Fanta’s question had touched him For a moment his hand lay on Franz’s soft hair. For example, an attendant named Sonntag is hired to take care of Karl. The way he had to cry and look confused to get them. This is a masterful piece of work. It’s hinted that this was explored with Karl at one time, but now Franz can only watch as Karl raves, suffers and slowly dies.
The Maimed by Hermann Ungar wonderfully terrifying descent into paranoia, perversity and the power of abuse.
I suppose if one has to become a sexual slave it might as well be to a fat woman. Mother thinks you could help us.
Thematically, we are dealing with repression, abuse, madness, homosexuality and sadism. The one thing that saves Franz from his miserable existence is his success in his studies and the meeting of Karl Fanta, a rich boy who attends the Gymnasium with him.
Just a moment while we lso you in to your Goodreads account. He felt his thin limbs against his body, felt the way Franz’s chest rose and fell as he breathed.