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Summary Der Spiegel im Spiegel Ein Labyrinth

? φαινόταν σαν τμήμα του εξωτερικού περιβάλλοντος και τα αντικείμενα σαν πλάσματα της φαντασίας του ΑΠΟ ΤΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΙΑΣΗ ΣΤΟ ΟΠΙΣΘΟΦΥΛΛΟ ΤΟΥ ΒΙΒΛΙΟ?. I guss this is just one of those books you love them or you hate them Needless to say I belong to the latter group But at the very least I learned a few things about myself while reading this book1 Surrealism is not my thing2 Confusing short stories with no apparent connection are not my thing3 I definitely do not enjoy reading books that need to be interpreted before they can be understoodAt least I finished it and read something different than guilty pleasure new adult books or audiobooks from spotify s children s section Back to those two genres now because I am weird like that

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Der Spiegel im Spiegel Ein Labyrinth

Ολοένα και περισσότερο έχανε ο ταξιδιώτης τη γραμμή που χώριζε τον εξωτερικό από τον εσωτερικό του κόσμο το σύνορο ανάμεσα σε αυτά που έβλεπε στ' α?. That nesting doll structure that inspires David Mitchell s Cloud Atlas ain t got nothing on Ende s mirror in the mirror structure You have narratives that curl around each other Try narratives that reflect back on each other thematically symbolically with characters and settings that repeat from slightly different perspectives until you reach the end and realize what you ve read is just a series of echoesMirror in the Mirror is a rare gem and I mean that literally After devouring The Neverending Story I wanted some adult oriented Ende so naturally this series of vignettesshort stories supposedly based on the experience of looking into a mirror reflected back at itself appealed instantly Surreal tales inspired by Ende s father Edgar Ende Surrealist painter s sketches Uh yeah please Except the collection has been translated into English once in the 80s and turns out no one is selling it for less than 200 Used Yikes But university libraries to the rescue SOMETIMES BEING A PART TIME GRAD STUDENT PAYS OFF though rarelyIt s Surreal oh yeah but for the most part not in that annoying way that gets dated which is strange and remarkable considering it was written long past Surrealism s heyday It s subtle but sharp pointed and significant The stories are uick short pieces absolutely like looking in a mirror and seeing those infinite reflections back on yourself Some of those reflections are tiny barely interpretable but they re unnerving as fuck and Ende captures that feeling beautifully And alongside the creepy feeling of mirrors in mirrors those creepy characters and situations that run rampant in your nightmares and dreams show up for the ride and they re excellentIf you can find this book somewhere anywhere read it I have my copy for another few months but I already know I m going to reread it a few times before it goes back will want to do it again somewhere down the line And it is certainly a book reuiring a reread Or 7

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?ήθεια μπροστά στα μάτια του και σ' εκείνα που πρόσθετε ο ίδιος με τη φαντασία του Στο τέλος δεν μπορούσε πια να κάνει καμιά διάκριση το μυαλό του το?. This is a real love it or hate it book You ll love it if you love surrealism you ll hate it if you expect the stuff you read to make sense


10 thoughts on “Der Spiegel im Spiegel Ein Labyrinth

  1. says:

    That 'nesting doll' structure that inspires David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas ain't got nothing on Ende's 'mirror in the mirror' structure You have narratives that curl around each other? Try narratives that reflect back on each other thematically symbolically with characters and settings that repeat from slightly different perspectives until you reach the end and realize what you've read is just a series of echoesMirror i

  2. says:

    One of my favorites First time I picked it up I was a little young just having read The Neverending Story This is not a children's book This is literature Each story makes little sense on its own but put together it's art highly recommended

  3. says:

    This is a thought experiment writing challenge of a masterpiece of story telling A labyrinth of tales each with a subtle image leading like a thread to the next You can read it a dozen times and not come to the same conclusion; and yet each story is complete as a story a narrative for purpose of being entertain

  4. says:

    This is a real love it or hate it book You'll love it if you love surrealism you'll hate it if you expect the stuff you read to make sense

  5. says:

    A book I found impossible to finish While I love Ende's children's books Neverending Story being one of my all time favourites this

  6. says:

    From the autobiography of Liliana Lungina Ende's Russian translator she also gave Pippi Longstalkings and Carlson who lives

  7. says:

    It gave me weird nightmares but I liked it

  8. says:

    This is one of the most uniue books I have ever read To be honest I didn't even understand what I was reading due to the abstractness of the story itself Going into this book I thought this was a collection of short stories but as characters started to reappear I realized that there was to the story that I initially thought Once I had read the final chapter I finally understood what was going on Better late t

  9. says:

    I guss this is just one of those books you love them or you hate them Needless to say I belong to the latter group

  10. says:

    The stories in this book were each vivid and haunting I knew nothing about the book before I read it except that I had enjoyed Momo