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Seiobo there Below

English · Hardback

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Informationen zum Autor László Krasznahorkai was born in Gyula! Hungary! in 1954. He has written five novels and won numerous prizes! including the 2013 Best Translated Book Award in Fiction for Satantango. In 1993! he won the Best Book of the Year Award in Germany for The Melancholy of Resistance and in 2015 was the winner of the Man Booker International Prize. For more about Krasznahorkai! visit his extensive website: http://www.krasznahorkai.hu/ Klappentext Winner of the 2015 Man Booker International Prize.Beauty! in L¿l¿ Krasznahorkai's new novel! reflects! however fleeting! the sacred - even if we are mostly unable to bear it. In Seiobo There Below we see the Japanese goddess Seiobo returning to mortal realms in search of perfection. An ancient Buddha being restored; the Italian renaissance painter Perugino managing his workshop; a Japanese Noh actor rehearsing; a fanatic of Baroque music lecturing to a handful of old villagers; tourists intruding into the rituals of Japan's most sacred shrine; a heron as it gracefully hunts its prey. Told in chapters that sweep us across the world and through time! covering the furthest reaches of human experience! Krasznahorkai demands that we pause and ask ourselves these questions: What is sacred? How do we define beauty? What makes great art endure? Melancholic and mesmerisingly beautiful! this latest novel by the author of Satantango shows us how to glimpse the divine through extraordinary art and human endeavour. Winner of Best Translated Book of the Year Award 2014. Translated by Ottilie Mulzet A timeless masterpiece from one of the world's most distinguished writers Zusammenfassung Winner of the 2015 Man Booker International Prize.Beauty! in László Krasznahorkai's new novel! reflects! however fleeting! the sacred - even if we are mostly unable to bear it. In Seiobo There Below we see the Japanese goddess Seiobo returning to mortal realms in search of perfection. An ancient Buddha being restored; the Italian renaissance painter Perugino managing his workshop; a Japanese Noh actor rehearsing; a fanatic of Baroque music lecturing to a handful of old villagers; tourists intruding into the rituals of Japan's most sacred shrine; a heron as it gracefully hunts its prey. Told in chapters that sweep us across the world and through time! covering the furthest reaches of human experience! Krasznahorkai demands that we pause and ask ourselves these questions: What is sacred? How do we define beauty? What makes great art endure? Melancholic and mesmerisingly beautiful! this latest novel by the author of Satantango shows us how to glimpse the divine through extraordinary art and human endeavour. Winner of Best Translated Book of the Year Award 2014. Translated by Ottilie Mulzet ...

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Authors Laszlo Krasznahorkai, László Krasznahorkai
Assisted by Ottilie Mulzet (Translation)
Publisher Profile Books
 
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 01.05.2015
 
EAN 9781781255100
ISBN 978-1-78125-510-0
No. of pages 464
Dimensions 145 mm x 225 mm x 43 mm
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature > Contemporary literature (from 1945)

Ungarische SchriftstellerInnen: Werke (div.)

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