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Događaj (2000)

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In 1963, Annie Ernaux, 23 and unattached, realizes she is pregnant. Shame arises in her like a plague: Understanding that her pregnancy will mark her and her family as social failures, she knows she cannot keep that child. This is the story, written forty years later, of a trauma Ernaux never overcame. In a France where abortion was illegal, she attempted, in vain, to self-administer the abortion with a knitting needle. Fearful and desperate, she finally located an abortionist, and ends up in a hospital emergency ward where she nearly dies. In Happening, Ernaux sifts through her memories and her journal entries dating from those days. Clearly, cleanly, she gleans the meanings of her experience.… (mais)
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Dieses kurze autobiographische Werk hat mich sehr mitgenommen.

Die Erzählerin wird während des Studiums schwanger. Sie stellt rasch fest, dass sie, wenn sie das Kind behält, alles verlieren würde, was sie sich erarbeitet hat. Allerdings war Abtreibung zu jener Zeit in Frankreich illegal. Verzweifelt sucht sie nach einer Lösung, erfährt aber kaum Unterstützung und muss sich am Ende in die Hände einer Engelmacherin begeben.

Dieses Buch liest sich vor dem Hintergrund der aktuellen Entwicklung in Teilen der Vereinigten Staaten, aber auch in anderen Ländern besonders beklemmend. ( )
  Ellemir | Mar 29, 2024 |
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Annie Ernaux
Publicado: 2000 | 52 páginas
Crónica Memorias

En octubre de 1963, cuando Annie Ernaux se halla en Ruán estudiando filología, descubre que está embarazada. Desde el primer momento no le cabe la menor duda de que no quiere tener esa criatura no deseada. En una sociedad en la que se penaliza el aborto con prisión y multa, se encuentra sola; hasta su pareja se desentiende del asunto. Además del desamparo y la discriminación por parte de una sociedad que le vuelve la espalda, queda la lucha frente al profundo horror y dolor de un aborto clandestino.
  libreriarofer | Dec 21, 2023 |
I don't think I can rate this because

1) It's short, even for a novella - my kindle had it at 56 pages. It didn't give me enough time to adapt to her style and understand where she was coming from.
2) As far as I can tell this is an as accurate as possible retelling of events that actually happened to her. There's a beginning and end in the present and a few asides throughout the book on the difficulties of memory, but the asides don't add up to much. It just feels weird rating something like that.
3) My expectations were probably weird from just picking up her top book on here on the basis that she's a Nobel laureate so this must be Literature, in the fiction sense. Somehow I expected more fictionalising. Maybe that's stupid but in the short space of the book I just didn't have time to adjust my expectations.

Ultimately I don't know what I thought about it because so much of it is about context. I'm not sure her reflections about the process of remembering really did anything for me. The story is well told, with a few interesting bits about class but that again are minor asides. It's an evocative picture of an event and what led up to it, at least the parts that seemed important to her on recollection. She talks about how it was important to her to share something that went on behind closed doors for so, so many people and that since then is kind of not talked about. And it is important! And I think reading this at the time of release it would have had much more impact because it was talked about even less, or like she says it had a veil passed over it even when it was talked about in the abstract. This is impossible to say without sounds a massive turd, but I guess I just felt a little surprised that of all the stories about abortions now, this would be picked out as *particularly* valuable and "good". Because it is valuable. But the way we understand art and "urgent" "important" stories is weird, and it colours how I feel about the book in a probably very unfair way. I don't know. It's certainly not bad. it's just complicated.
  tombomp | Oct 31, 2023 |
Premi Nobel de Literatura 2022
L' Annie tenia 23 any, l'any 1963, queda embarassada i té molt clar que no vol tenir la criatura. Explica la seva experiencia personal des de la distància del seva maduresa, amb l'ajuda de records i notes que havia pres 30 anys abans. Dur i valent denuncia la hipocresia i el classicisme de la societat . ( )
  marialluisa | Oct 9, 2023 |
"[The perfect text] weighs like an alp upon the brain of the living"

This is a perfect book in the strict sense. In the sense that, once we have decided upon a content (the subject of abortion, such as it is) and a form (Ernaux's diary-like prose (i.e. the "pseudo-diaretic")) it is impossible to improve upon what we have just read, in that it contains everything that is necessary and nothing that isn't. Yet there is something still holding it back, likely some synthetic error at the moment of conception . . .

Literature such as this can be very dangerous, because it forever-after functions as a block against any subsequent "story that needs to be told." The Alp/Nightmare being that perennial one in which, in the grip of terror, we find ourselves unable to shout — our words have been stolen from us. And if we would have them out anyway, in acting out our dreams we would acquire the other attendant features of the Parkinsonian (becoming rigid, masked and tremulous).

The Alternative View for Literature:
[Literature], [which] criticizes itself constantly; constantly interrupt itself in its own course; comes back to what seems to have been accomplished, in order to start over anew; scorns with cruel thoroughness the half measures, weaknesses and meannesses of its first attempts; seems to throw down its adversary only in order to enable it to draw fresh strength from the earth, and again, to rise up against it in more gigantic stature; constantly recoils in fear before the undefined monster magnitude of its own objects—until finally that situation is created which renders all retreat impossible, and the conditions themselves cry out: "Hic Rhodus, hic salta!"
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  Joe.Olipo | Sep 19, 2023 |
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In 1963, Annie Ernaux, 23 and unattached, realizes she is pregnant. Shame arises in her like a plague: Understanding that her pregnancy will mark her and her family as social failures, she knows she cannot keep that child. This is the story, written forty years later, of a trauma Ernaux never overcame. In a France where abortion was illegal, she attempted, in vain, to self-administer the abortion with a knitting needle. Fearful and desperate, she finally located an abortionist, and ends up in a hospital emergency ward where she nearly dies. In Happening, Ernaux sifts through her memories and her journal entries dating from those days. Clearly, cleanly, she gleans the meanings of her experience.

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