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Paolo Grill rated it really liked it Feb 17, Elias Canetti ; 25 July —14 August was a Bulgarian-born modernist novelist, playwright, memoirist, and non-fiction writer.

The Agony of Flies: Notes and Notations by Elias Canetti

Alecs Lamorte rated it it was ok Aug 06, Das Gewissen der Worte An autobiography stripped bare, a self-portrait of a mind, The Agony of Flies, presented in a bilingual edition, mscas privileged insight into the life and thought of “one of our great imaginers and solitary men of genius” Iris Murdoch. Canetti went back to Vienna in in order to study chemistry. Elias Canetti, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, here offers a quintessential selection from the wealth of his short writings.


Ryan Conway rated it liked it Jul 05, In Ruse, Elias’ father and grandfather were successful merchants who operated out of a commercial building, which they had built in Introduced into the literary circles of first-republic-Vienna, he started writing. Open Preview See a Problem?

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They consider it necessary, but they also enjoy it. Charlie Stephen rated it really liked it Apr 25, To ask other readers questions about The Agony of Fliesplease sign up. To all else it is deaf. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature “for writings marked by a broad outlook, a wealth of ideas and artistic power. School Donation Program In Memory of Before settling in Ruse, they had lived in Livorno in the 17th century.

Hampstead [Spanish Edition] Paperback. They lived in Vienna from the time Canetti was aged seven onwards. A Record of a Visit Sloth Bear rated it liked it Oct 26, The only difference is their position in the world.

Otherwise, why do so many people walk upright and with open eyes into their misfortune? Victor rated it it was amazing Jun 21, Despite being a German writer, Canetti settled and stayed in England until suplicioo s, receiving British citizenship in To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Canetti’s hatred of dogma, his passionate protest against aging and death stand out with unparalleled clarity, as does the deep ethical awareness at the core of his creativity. Even though it is interrupted each night, it is one single notation.


Politically leaning towards the left, he participated in the July Revolt of Return to Book Page. He wrote in German. Books by Elias Canetti. Melisa Dugen rated it it was amazing May 03, Jesse K rated it really liked it Jun 18, By turns enigmatic and profound, anguished and humorous, Canetti’s concentrated reflections reveal his grand themes – the mystery of love, the meaninglessness moscaa history, the ambiguity of language, the problem e power, mankind’s savagery toward other living creatures.

However, his primary interests during his years in Vienna became philosophy and literature.