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Bird which unfortunately drags and falters under the *weight of the prose
Showing That Despite His that despite his the prose showing that despite his powers of description Musil s real talent lay not in stories but in binding the world in the finest of words brilliant vollman and DFW have done something similar I sure hope nobody decides to skip the finest in fiction A man without ualities because this was somebody s starting point to give the great Robert Musil a try Interesting mini essays and super short fiction More artistic than informative Might recommend Always wanted to read Musil but never came across any of his books Found this at TBC These pieces are like prose poems i liked them very much. tales of liked them very much. Tales of and blackbirds and the great pathos of a tiny death a fly's impossible fight against the grip of flypap. Es into surreal territory with an enigmatic longer story I d almost call him a less energetic Calvino Worth checking out if you like that brand of prose I appreciate Musil s wry humour but I inda feel like he wrote a crapload of essays about literally NOTHING just to see how the literary critics would react Well played sir Tiny tales well told with a prose style that is all his own Wonderful A splendid collection of elegant prose touching on *a variety of mundane topics from the eponymous flypaper through to monuments sheep and sepulchral statues expressed with clarity colour and *variety of mundane topics from the eponymous flypaper through to monuments sheep and sepulchral statues expressed with clarity colour and gentlest of touches The only fissure is the final piece the short story Black. With a precise and remarkable beauty In these nine stories and essays he considers holidaymakers and stone monuments. ,
Robert Musil ✓ 3 review,
Real rating 7210Intriguing and thoughtful yet *full of itself When reading the short stories within one does not feel like they are *of itself When reading the short stories within one does not feel like they are a character s opinions The author s words strike with such a rigid academic misunderstanding of the world that pretentiousness oozes off the page which is sad because the words within are brilliantly written and I was particularly enamoured with The Paintspreader and its notion on what is an artist To sum up the work in the easiest way is to uote the work On the heath near Rome They had the long faces and the delicat Musil does very nice prose sketches almost like mindfulness exercises on a variety of subjects He also branch. One of the very first rank of prose stylists Robert Musil captures a scene's every telling detail and symbolic aspect.