[Esti Kornél] EBOOK / KINDLE

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  • Esti Kornél
  • Dezső Kosztolányi
  • English
  • 13 August 2018
  • 9780811218436

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He put a lighted candle in my hand Set fire to the curtains he urged me Set fire to the house Set the world on fire So many times reading this book I was struck by a scrap of dialogue a description Sometimes an entire vignette Kosztol nyi suffered from cancer of the palate and was aware as he was writing that he had little time left Granted he was in poor health for much of his life always poised for flight in the words of one posthumous tribute The late poem Szamadas Account contains this line someone leaving would like to talkI see the novel as Kosztol nyi s parting gift to the world Live he is telling us And don t take yourself so goddamned seriously Accidents I said All day long bricks have been falling shop signs crashing down on the heads of passersby People have been slipping and falling on the icy sidewalks hurting their hands spraining their ankles bleeding Houses and factories have been catching fire All sorts of things have been happening today Frost heat mist sunshine rain rainbow snow blood and fire It s springWe sat down and lit cigarettes Korn l I broke the silence aren t you angry Me and he shrugged Idiot I can never be angry with you But you d have good reason Look I was angry with you I was embarrassed by you in front of people that mattered I ve had to get on I ve denied you Haven t even looked in your direction for ten years But this afternoon when the wind whistled I thought of you and felt remorse I m not young any I turned forty last week When you re not young you mellow and you can forgive everything Even youth Let s make up I stretched out a hand Oh you haven t changed he scoffed Always so sentimental The title character Korn l Esti is the embodiment of the author s youthful spirit mischievous naive adventurous idealistic fearless The nighttime self Esti means evening that escapes only in dreams unless one slides into insanity and gives it full reign Kosztol nyi by the way was a close friend of Freud s Hungarian disciple S ndor Ferenczi and underwent psychoanalysis at some pointInsanity haunts the pages of Korn l Esti from an adolescent story where the character receives his first kiss in a train compartment from a girl who is on the verge of being locked away in an asylum to a tale about tricking his schizophrenic friend P l a fellow journalist into entering a psychiatric ward This later story includes a poignant passage written from P l s point of view when he finds himself alone trapped in his roomHe looked through the barred window into the garden on the weed ridden lawn surrounded by sumac trees flowers of hemlock swayed white like scraps of writing paper Hemlock the poison that Socrates drank willingly evoking Plato s description of divine madness the ecstasy known to philosophers poets and lovers Korn l needed that wild disorder he sought it out feeling it was essential for his creativity And yet he never wrote a wordKosztol nyi in contrast kept a very tight reign on himself and was uite prolific From the age of 25 until his death aged 51 he published a book a year poetry fiction highly regarded translations of literary works in a variety of languages including Shakespeare Goethe Baudelaire Oscar Wilde Lewis Carroll Thornton Wilder Rilke along with an anthology of Chinese and Japanese poetry Did he regret it not living fully One man the narrator confesses to Korn l when he proposes to write his alter ego s memoir isn t enough to write and live at the same time SpongeBob Mix Match ruined maidens And then What if you and your alter ego decide to write a book together. He put a lighted candle in my hand Set fire to the curtains he urged me Set fire to the house Set the world on fire So many times Rules of the Knife Fight reading this book I was struck by a scrap of dialogue a description Sometimes an entire vignette Kosztol nyi suffered from cancer of the palate and was aware as he was writing that he had little time left Granted he was in poor health for much of his life always poised for flight in the words of one posthumous tribute The late poem Szamadas Account contains this line someone leaving would like to talkI see the novel as Kosztol nyi s parting gift to the world Live he is telling us And don t take yourself so goddamned seriously Accidents I said All day long bricks have been falling shop signs crashing down on the heads of passersby People have been slipping and falling on the icy sidewalks hurting their hands spraining their ankles bleeding Houses and factories have been catching fire All sorts of things have been happening today Frost heat mist sunshine Know What I Saw? rain The Goodbye Girl Vocal Selections rainbow snow blood and fire It s springWe sat down and lit cigarettes Korn l I broke the silence aren t you angry Me and he shrugged Idiot I can never be angry with you But you d have good Gunnin' For Love reason Look I was angry with you I was embarrassed by you in front of people that mattered I ve had to get on I ve denied you Haven t even looked in your direction for ten years But this afternoon when the wind whistled I thought of you and felt MIA Hunter remorse I m not young any I turned forty last week When you Overlords of Atlantis and the Great Pyramid re not young you mellow and you can forgive everything Even youth Let s make up I stretched out a hand Oh you haven t changed he scoffed Always so sentimental The title character Korn l Esti is the embodiment of the author s youthful spirit mischievous naive adventurous idealistic fearless The nighttime self Esti means evening that escapes only in dreams unless one slides into insanity and gives it full Magic and Mayhem reign Kosztol nyi by the way was a close friend of Freud s Hungarian disciple S ndor Ferenczi and underwent psychoanalysis at some pointInsanity haunts the pages of Korn l Esti from an adolescent story where the character Good bye receives his first kiss in a train compartment from a girl who is on the verge of being locked away in an asylum to a tale about tricking his schizophrenic friend P l a fellow journalist into entering a psychiatric ward This later story includes a poignant passage written from P l s point of view when he finds himself alone trapped in his The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People roomHe looked through the barred window into the garden on the weed Milk and CookiesA Frank Asch Bear Story A Parents Magazine Read Aloud Original ridden lawn surrounded by sumac trees flowers of hemlock swayed white like scraps of writing paper Hemlock the poison that Socrates drank willingly evoking Plato s description of divine madness the ecstasy known to philosophers poets and lovers Korn l needed that wild disorder he sought it out feeling it was essential for his creativity And yet he never wrote a wordKosztol nyi in contrast kept a very tight Greek to Me Learning New Testament Greek Through Memory Visualization reign on himself and was uite prolific From the age of 25 until his death aged 51 he published a book a year poetry fiction highly Milk and CookiesA Frank Asch Bear Story A Parents Magazine Read Aloud Original regarded translations of literary works in a variety of languages including Shakespeare Goethe Baudelaire Oscar Wilde Lewis Carroll Thornton Wilder Rilke along with an anthology of Chinese and Japanese poetry Did he Airliners in Flight A Gallery of Air To Air Photography regret it not living fully One man the narrator confesses to Korn l when he proposes to write his alter ego s memoir isn t enough to write and live at the same time

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review Esti Kornél Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB free read Esti Kornél Crazy funny and gorgeously dark Kornél Esti sets into rollicking action a series of adventures about a man and his wicked dopplegänger who breathes every forbidden idea of his childhood into his ear and then reappea. I read the author s Skylark and found it sneaky brilliant I was unaware of this his final work when I was stocking up for an extended self isolation It s unlike anything I ve ever readA kind of a novel it begins with the author re uniting with his alter ego the eponymous Korn l Esti His use here is in the vein of I didn t do it it was HIMWhat follows is a series of vignettes or observations It would be a short story collection except for its structural evolution The author or his alter ego meetA mother and daughter in a train compartment the daughter a little odd gives the narrator his first kiss Talking to Esti how he inherited oodles of money and tried to give it all away The author s first day at school Again in a train compartment with a Turkish Grandmother mother and daughter another kiss Spending a day in the best hotel in the world Elinger who saves him from drowning but then is so annoying that he has to be drownedMy favorite vignette was about the President who inter alia had to be present at various artistic lectures After introducing the speaker he invariably fell asleep There is it seems an art to thatAs always with the best satire there are lessons just behind the laughs