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It is commonly regarded as her magnum opus. The prologue and epilogue were translated into English by Louise E. Stoehr in , [2] while a full English translation by Gitta Honegger is forthcoming in Although it can be classified as a postmodern horror novel, Jelinek herself calls it a "ghost story written in the tradition of the Gothic novel.

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It is commonly regarded as her magnum opus. The prologue and epilogue were translated into English by Louise E. Stoehr in , [2] while a full English translation by Gitta Honegger is forthcoming in Although it can be classified as a postmodern horror novel, Jelinek herself calls it a "ghost story written in the tradition of the Gothic novel.

The novel constitutes an intensive examination of the memory and suppression of the Holocaust. Along with this goes an associative mode of writing which incorporates plays on words and constantly disrupts linear narration through looping and repeated narrative strands.

The novel is unusual amongst literary works in German in that all the characters are undead in the process of decomposition and are presented as mute zombies in the manner of splatter films. Of these undead protagonists, the three primary are Gudrun Bichler, Edgar Gstranz and Karin Frenzel; they are incapable of speech, obsessed with sex, and brutal.

They are confronted with the mass of Holocaust victims, who wish to achieve new life by means of the couple, Gudrun and Edgar; however their plan fails since Gudrun and Edgar are likewise undead.

The setting dissolves into a sea of mud. In , directors Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska collaborated on a feature film adaptation, Die Kinder der Toten , in a comedy horror style. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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This volume, a lightly revised North American version of the Martin Chalmers translation of Gier , which was first published in the UK in by Serpent's Tail, is a timely and necessary addition to the body of the translated works of this Nobel Prize-winning author. Chalmers's translation brings the total number of Jelinek's literary works easily available to the general English-speaking public to five: Serpent's Tail has also published translations of Die Liebhaberinnen Women as Lovers [], original , also translated by Martin Chalmers , Die Ausgesperrten Wonderful, Wonderful Times [], original , Die Klavierspielerin The Piano Teacher [], original , and Lust Lust [], original To be sure, many of Jelinek's plays are available in English translation, but they have been published in academic journals and collections. They badly need to be collected systematically to extend Jelinek's Anglophone audience and to give it an appropriate representation of her creative output. Greed tells the story of provincial policeman Kurt Janisch, who engages in a long-term scheme to cheat older widows out of their property through Elfriede Jelinek, Greed.

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Her father was a chemist , who managed to avoid persecution during the Second World War by working in strategically important industrial production. However, many of his relatives became victims of the Holocaust. Her mother, with whom she had a strained relationship, was from a formerly prosperous Vienna family. As a child, Elfriede attended a Roman Catholic convent school in Vienna. Her mother planned a career for her as a musical " wunderkind ". She was instructed in piano, organ, guitar, violin, viola, and recorder from an early age.

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E-books and web publishing are not new but also not old. News, information transfer, and advertisements arrived first, then gradually some scholarly publishing, and finally but cautiously, a few authors put various creative texts on the Internet i. Today, the Internet is still used as the number one medium for massive and quick information transfer rather than for publishing scholarship and literature. Nevertheless, high publishing costs and legal restrictions at conventional publishing houses have driven a number of scholarly organizations to venture into e-publishing. Electronic access to Jelinek-texts is not new.

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