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  • Title: Biedermann und die Brandstifter
  • Author: Max Frisch
  • ISBN: 9783518390450
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Max Rudolph Frisch was born in 1911 in Zurich the son of Franz Bruno Frisch an architect and Karolina Bettina Frisch n e Wildermuth After studying at the Realgymnasium in Zurich, he enrolled at the University of Zurich in 1930 and began studying German literature, but had to abandon due to financial problems after the death of his father in 1932 Instead, he started working as a journalist and columnist for the Neue Z rcher Zeitung NZZ , one of the major newspapers in Switzerland With the NZZ he would entertain a lifelong ambivalent love hate relationship, for his own views were in stark contrast to the conservative views promulgated by this newspaper In 1933 he travelled through eastern and south eastern Europe, and in 1935 he visited Germany for the first time.From 1936 to 1941 he studied architecture at the ETH Zurich His first and still best known project was in 1942, when he won the invitation of tenders for the construction of a public swimming bath right in the middle of Zurich the Letzigraben.In 1947, he met Bertolt Brecht in Zurich In 1951, he was awarded a grant by the Rockefeller Trust and spent one year in the U.S After 1955 he worked exclusively as a freelance writer His experience of postwar Europe is vividly described in his Tagebuch Diary for 1946 1949 it contains the first drafts of later fictional works.During the 1950s and 1960s Frisch created some outstanding novels that explored problems of alienation and identity in modern societies These are I m Not Stiller 1954 , Homo Faber 1957 and Wilderness of Mirrors Gantenbein 1964 In addition, he wrote some highly intelligent political dramas, such as Andorra and The Fireraisers He continued to publish extracts from his diaries These included fragments from contemporary media reports, and paradoxical questionnaires, as well as personal reflections and reportage he fell in love with a woman called Antonia Quick in 1969.Max Frisch died of cancer on April 4, 1991 in Zurich Together with Friedrich D rrenmatt, Max Frisch is considered one of the most influential Swiss writers of the 20th century He was awarded an honorary degree by the University of Marburg, Germany, in 1962, Bard College 1980 , the City University of New York 1982 , the University of Birmingham 1984 , and the TU Berlin 1987 He also won many important German literature prizes the Georg B chner Preis in 1958, the Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels in 1976, and the Heinrich Heine Preis in 1989 In 1965 he won the Jerusalem Prize for the Freedom of the Individual in Society.Some of the major themes in his work are the search or loss of one s identity guilt and innocence the spiritual crisis of the modern world after Nietzsche proclaimed that God is dead technological omnipotence the human belief that everything was possible and technology allowed humans to control everything versus fate especially in Homo faber and also Switzerland s idealized self image as a tolerant democracy based on consensus criticizing that as illusion and portraying people and especially the Swiss as being scared by their own liberty and being preoccupied mainly with controlling every part of their life.Max Frisch was a political man, and many of his works make reference to or, as in Jonas und sein Veteran, are centered around political issues of the timeformation was taken fromenpedia wiki Max_Frisch

  2. The best way to deceive someone is to tell them the truth they are not prepared to beleive This I learned from Max Frisch years ago This play, which I saw at the old Guthrie theater, is about these two arsonists, and a muted intellectual radical who aides them, that burn down the houses of the wealthy Those in power have already decided who their enemies are If you present yourself as something they do not fear, you can take distroy whatever you like.

  3. Unglaublich komisch Ich habe selten so gelacht Allerdings w re f r meinen Geschmack das erst viel sp ter hinzugef gte Nachspiel nicht n tig gewesen Der Schluss ist wirklich sehr intelligent und muss deshalb auch nicht metaphysisch aufgekl rt werden.

  4. Damit fing alles an.Ich erinnere mich als w re es heute, wie mein Deutschlehrer Dr Galda der Klasse aus BIEDERMANN vorlas und dabei Tr nen lachte Das kannte man von Lehrer nicht, das h tte man nicht erwartet, dass Literatur Spa machen kann Jeder, der lter als 30 war, war sowieso peinlich, Eltern und Lehrer im Quadrat Und Spa und Schule, das schloss sich gegenseitig aus Es hat dann eine Zeit gedauert, bis ich mir allen inneren Widerst nden zum Trotz das Buch besorgt und es in peinlichkeitsfreier [...]

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  6. Wow Just, wow This is a short play, only about 80 pages long Only takes about an hour to read , but it manages to accomplish in its short 80 pages of dialogue than any novel I have read in a long, long time I read this for a Holocaust Literature class but the text itself stands on its own and is as relevant today as it was then The story is too short to talk about without ruining so I will leave you with this read this play Read it now I Highly recommended this text as both an entertaining piec [...]

  7. A dark hilarious play with a powerful message that has absolutely no applicability to today At all Move along Nothing to see here Everything is fine No applicability at all.

  8. I don t think any of the plays we read in my German Drama class provoked anywhere close to the discussions we had over Biedermann und die Brandstifter Fans of Flannery O Connor s grotesques will most likely enjoy Frisch and his contemporary D rrenmatt I didn t find Biedermann particularly funny, but it s very absorbing and really makes you think, especially when you look at the tactics the arsonists use to manipulate Biedermann into helping them If you re a good Christian, you ll do X how many t [...]

  9. Obwohl es ein Lehrst ck ohne Lehre ist, gibt es viel in Biedermann und die Brandstifter, dass wir lernen k nnen F r mich war das Schlimmste im Buch die Charaktere wegen ihres Mangels an Entwicklung Ich fand es auch schwierig, diese Charaktere gern zu haben, weil sie alle ihre eigene aber gro e Defekte haben Die Handlung ist vorhersehbar aber das ist nichts besonders Schlimmes Einige Ideen dieses Buchs waren sehr interessant, wie die drei Arten von Tarnung und die Menschlichkeit Ich fand die Spra [...]

  10. I think this is a play called The Fire Raiserswhich I saw performed a couple of years ago The production was fairly amateurish but the play survived, which I guess reflects its strength.Really, I can t understand why it is that some authors go out of fashion when they seem so obviously to stand whatever test of time should prevent their becoming victims of that This is a brilliant play, and has great messages for us right now, but your chances of seeing it are about nil And apparently if you wan [...]

  11. Possibly appropriate and timely today than when it was originally written, post WWII A joke is a good camouflage Next best comes sentiment But the best camouflage of all in my opinion is the plain and simple truth Because nobody ever believes it.

  12. Es pa t in jede Zeit, denn es spiegelt den wahren Menschen wieder Ich kann es nur enpfehlen.Ich halte Biedermanns Brandstifter f r eine aktuelle Mahnung und Erinnerung zugleich, dass wir nicht vor Wahrheiten die Augen verschlie en und rechtzeitig handeln sollen.

  13. Loved this how cleverly the plot is crafted You can see Biedermann s downfall a mile away, as can he and yet he is still powerless to prevent itlly man men Then again, aren t we all

  14. Lohnenswertes Buch, dass auf skurrile Weise die Naivit t und Ohnmacht des B rgertums darstellt Die offensichtliche Gefahr, die auf Biedermann zukommt, wird ignoriert, weil er es nicht glauben kann bis es zu sp t ist Parallelen zur heutigen Gesellschaft findet man genauso, wie die zum Aufstieg des 3 Reiches Erschreckend.

  15. Enjoyable, quirky comedic tragedy about nice people who allow disasters to unfold unchallenged specifically, Nazism A bit nebulous and generic, but clever and funny in its use of the Chorus and absurdity A doctor of philosophy who emerges to disassociate himself from the arsonists as they burn the house down is a highlight.

  16. Herra Biedermann ja h nen vaimonsa Babette saavat er n p iv n vieraan yl luokkaiseen kotiinsa Schmitz on nyrkkeilij ja tekstin edetess selvi , ett h nell on ollut rankka el m orpokoti, sirkus, teatteri Schmitz p tyy asumaan Biedermanneille ja h nest ei p se eroon Ajankohta vieraasta asumassa kodin ullakolla on huonohko, sill uutiset tuntuvat kertovan ainoastaan tuhopoltoista ymp ri kaupunkia Pian Biedermanneille muuttaa kuin yll tt en Schmitzin kaveri Eisenring, joka tuntuu olevan erikoisten kav [...]

  17. It s shocking this wasn t written in 2017 Too many parallels to American politics to count He told us he was going to set fire to our house, we handed him the matches and then are surprised that he actually did it.

  18. A harsh critique to the na ve bourgeoisie today they are almost the same but I think Herr Biedermann is an embrionary Social Justice Warrior , the message is still compelling and today it can be even controversial if we exchange for instance the term Fire Raisers for Muslim Fundamentalists I think than ever in this multicultural , politically correct authoritarian society, a play like The fire raisers needs to be shown.It gets tiresome repetitive sometimes and the afterpiece is a play on its ow [...]

  19. Gottlieb Biedermann, seines Zeichens Haarwasserfabrikant, regt sich ber die neuesten Brandstiftungen in seiner Stadt auf Die Brandstifter gehen steht auf immer die gleiche Art vor Sie geben sich als harmlose Hausierer aus, nisten sich auf dem Dachboden eines Hauses ein und fackeln dieses sp ter ab Biedermann bekommt kurz darauf Besuch von einem sehr freundlichen Hausierer, einem ehemaligen Obdachlosen, der sich tr nenreich dar ber ausl sst, dass jeder ihn f r einen Brandstifter h lt und ob Herr [...]

  20. The subtitle of this play says it all, it is truly a morality play with very little sense of a definite moral message.It begins in a fairly comedic style of overstating obvious points of seemingly little relevance, but then transforms into what could be described as something from the Absurdist theatre Fritsch utilizes a chorus effectively than any other modern read post Grecian dramatist I ve yet to come across Since the play revolves around fire, the chorus is comprised of firemen, and throug [...]

  21. Despite its age this play has lost nothing of its relevance and poignancy Some may consider this play a comedy However, to me it has always been a stark reminder of the sheer devastation complacency and apathy can cause, something that we should remind ourselves of, considering the news from all over the world.In any case, Max Frisch is considered one of the preeminent writers the German language has produced His language is accessible and clear, his ideas easy to grasp, and he never appears blu [...]