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8 thoughts on “Berlin-Hamlet

  1. Manuel Antão Manuel Antão says:

    If you're into stuff like this you can read the full reviewI Can No Longer Bear the Aggressiveness of Poetry Berlin Hamlet by Szilárd Borbély Ottilie Mulzet Translator When I came to Berlin I no  longerwanted to live Why isn't   there a way I thought if   someone doesn't  want to live  any simply to          disappear In Berlin Hamlet by Szilárd Borbély Ottilie Mulzet Translator I do not believe in poetry In Berlin Hamlet by Szilárd Borbély Ottilie Mulzet Translator I can no longer bear the aggressiveness of poetryand I do not wish my deeds to be investigated In Berlin Hamlet by Szilárd Borbély Ottilie Mulzet Translator  My need is for those who will knowhowall of this will end  In Berlin Hamlet by Szilárd Borbély Ottilie Mulzet Translator  I can't give any uotesThe book is a long uote After having finished reading this heart wrenching poetry book my thoughts come back to Hamlet as always It's always about indecision  Borbély is masterfully able to give us this indecision in a modern version  If you're into gut wrenching poetry full of Angst don't read my review read the book 


  2. Steve Steve says:

    Szilárd Borbély 1963 2014 I annihilate the similes before my timewas to come The entanglements of speech likenooses hanging before the watering holewhere the feral come to drink There are thosewho writhe for days afterwards in the snaresand their cries like Christmas tree ornamentsstored away between layers of cotton in the mothball scentedcupboard will be enervated rent throughwith fractures They disintegrateat a single touch Somewhere else the wild pear the rose hips fallen amongst the dead leaves the cranberryand the rare Cornelian cherry An author totally new to me the poet essayist and historian of East European literature of the Age of Baroue Szilárd Borbély was born in an impoverished village in easternmost Hungary whose crude brutality served as the stuff out of which he wove his only novel The Dispossessed But when I saw that he was primarily a poet I first read BerlinHamlet Ottilie Mulzet's translation of Borbély's book of the same name finally published in 2003 Borbély actually finished this book in the fall of 2000 but on Christmas Eve his mother was beaten to death during a home invasion; his severely injured father survived as a crippled and broken man for a few years Such events can distract one's attention from publishing problems BerlinHamlet is a very complex work in which five different kinds of voice and subject are interlaced together into a whole that is distinctly than the sum of its parts One of the strands comprises reworked excerpts from Franz Kafka's letters to his would be love Felice when she was living in Berlin; another consists of moments of experience associated with various locations in a Berlin in the midst of upheaval during the reunification 90's; yet another is made of meditations on the role of the survivor and the means of expressing real human tragedy literarily I recommend reading Mulzet's Afterword before reading the poetry for she helps orient the reader to the book's unusual construction The synergy of the different strands and voices the mixture of beggars and vagrants of mythology history and cityscape of Kafka's painful tentativeness and the profound melancholy of one of the voices the voice that invites one to identify it with the author make this a remarkably original text one I shall definitely keep and re read Unhappily Borbély threw himself in front of a train in his fifty first year and little has been translated yet Imre Amos Weeping Angel 1941 The trauma was compounded by a trial that ended in an acuittal These experiences profoundly changed Borbély's view of life as suggested in an interview If I had not experienced that our firmly upheld rights are simply illusions; that it is futile to trust the law or ethics and to believe in the victory of good over evil Because when the killer breaks into your living room all of that means nothing The killer can be a person but it can also be an organization or the executive organ of the state And God remains silent Since God can only speak through human words and since only we can give Him a language and a voice Without us humans without our help God is powerless and frail on Earth just like his angels But as this affected only his later works I won't go into it any further here The eleven weeks I spent in Berlin in '92 and '93 afforded an additional resonance to these passages Even before the horrific events of that Christmas Borbély viewed himself as a survivor a survivor of his brutal upbringing of the Stalinist regime running his country up till his early manhood but also in the extended sense for one of his grandfathers died in Auschwitz And there may well be other biographical links I am not yet familiar with


  3. K. K. says:

    35 stars trulyI do not believe I have enough background in poetry to adeuately rate this collection unfamiliar as I am in the history and of how it is created I'm gonna do it anywayResearch into this author has told me that he was one of the most important contemporary poets in the post 1989 Eastern European world where much of his focus was on grief memory and trauma It's why I chose this collection to fulfill what I thought would be the most difficult challenge of 2017 Read a collection of poetry in translation on a theme other than loveThe choppy breakdown of the lines is jarring but once you get a rhythm going in your head they have their own flow I suppose this is probably a concept habitual poetry readers just know but for me it made for a difficult start Borbély seems to reference other authors Kafka Walter Benjamin etc as well as classical mythology uite often which turned this into an academic exercise rather than something that was strictly reading for pleasure Still I never turn down learning new things and now I am very Hip to history of the flâneur; that is to stroll and observe as a modern urban spectatorThis is a ghostly and occasionally ghastly work that is interspersed with Letters I XIII that speak searchingly of one penpal desperate to meet up with the his friend to create a greater intimacy between them It becomes obvious by Letter IX that she is entirely uninterested She would never marry anyoneelse she saidShe would never throw away my letters She would notask for her photographs backShe was willing to correspond with me but wouldn't mind if she didn't have to any Ouch dude Further terrible things happen to this letter writer as seems to be a theme of this work; it is stuffed to the brim with ennui and harsh emotional Feelings with a capital F Upon reading the translation notes I find it unsurprising that the Letter cycle is based directly of Franz Kafka's missives to his on again off again fiancee Felice Bauer The tone of emotional suffocation was thereSome of my favorite pieces from this collection in no particular order and for no reason that I can put into wordsFragment IYes I could express it simply by sayingthat our conversation left in mea vacant space Since then everyday contains this spaceSchöneweide iiiHe wasa mangy lost soul I pitied him And I thought of myrelativesthe ones whom I could never meet Who'hovered for a while above the German Polish lowlands asdust and ashes Perhaps that is why I wanted to look simplyto observe for months on end what the sky was like overBerlinLetter IVAnd afterI got your address I was still unsure was it the right one?For there is nothing sadder than sending a letterto an uncertain address For that is no longer a letter but instead a sighMy favorite in its entirety is Naturhistorisches Museum one of the longer pieces in Berlin Hamlet It's an odd blend of skepticism of science of faith and humanityIn the Natural History Museum from ten until sixthe past is an open book The domain of minerals andstonesis seemingly without motion In a series ofrooms animals stuffed and preservedin compliance with the inferred orderof creation Desiccated bodies dehydrated plumes down hides Glass eyes lifelikeMovement slowed down to infinity fixedbut dead creations Although their legsare in the air heads daintily avertedIf seen from the front the half profile is preferredRepresentatives of the great species blind objectsin the darkness But after closing time lifedoesn't stop In the ancient oak casements of the vitrinestiny parasites continue their labour withthat indifferent monotonous background noise as the narrator of a nature filmspeaks Microscopic fungivarious life forms of simple constitutionbattle for survival Then the fine tensionof the dramatic tremulo penetrating themechanical voice And the viruses in the airWhen in the year sixteen hundred and seventy nine after the last occurrence of the Black Death a memorialwas erected to the devastation new explanationswere sought In addition to beliefin providence there was faith in mathematics then statistics When belief was thrust aside the mythology of freedom replaced the cultof the death The result was the rapturousveneration of life then of coursewars revolutions But the watchwordof bliss displaced all else In timeevolution became the modern metaphor of death And all the while humanitystill knew nothing of bacteriaIn front of the display of the great carnivores a uietchild next to his mother steps back and takesher hand And points to one of the creatures it lookslike daddy And truly one could arrange the materialaccording to the seuence of likenessesThrough the associative and metaphorical correlationsin a language that knows no historyOn the glass of vitrines the bacteria flourish but thencomes the great cleansing fine de capo A meteorstriking the earth or a straight of virus nowdormant in the Supposedly the beginning of lifewas an infection that arrived on a meteorite


  4. Melissa Melissa says:

    I was debating whether or not to even attempt any type of review of this collection of poetry The layers of imagery references and allusions to great figures like Kafka Walter Benjamin Attila József and Erno Szép could never be unpacked or fully explained in one short review But I found the language and images of Borbély’s poetry so moving that I decided I had to at least attempt to put some thoughts together in order to bring attention to this Hungarian poet and his tragic endThe collection of free verse poems is divided into five interwoven themes and each poem in a cycle is given a seuential number The cycle of poems entitled “Letter” are based upon uotations extracted from diaries and letters of Kafka Borbély puts his own uniue touch on each of Kafka’s uotations by rewriting and reworking them Kafka is the perfect figure through which to mix images of Berlin with city he had a connection through Felice and Hamlet whose indecision is reminiscent of Kafka’s own hesitancy about his relationship The first in the series of “Letter” poems is the perfect blend of elements that include Kafka Berlin and reticenceLetter IAt last I have a picture of you as I once saw you Of course not as when I glimpsed you for the first time without your jacket bareheaded your face unframed by a hat but when you disappeared before my eyes into the entrance of the hotelas I walked beside you and nothing as of yet connected me to you Although I longed only for the strongest tie to bind me to you Tell me don’t your relatives pursue you altogether too much? You shouldn’t have had time for me even if I had come to Berlin But what am I saying? Is this how I want to bring my self reproaches to an end? And finally wasn’t I right not to have come to Berlin? But when shall I see you? In the summer? But why precisely in the summer if I shan’t see you at Christmas?The second cycle of poems specifically deals with the city of Berlin and Berbely’s visit there in the mid 1990’s Each poem in this series is given the name of a specific place or a district in Berlin Poem titles include “Naturhistorisches Museum” Herrmann Strasse” and Heidelberger Platz” The translator in his afterword points out that it is in this series of poems where Benjamin’s Arcades Project is heavily alluded to The poems are a blend of Borbély’s personal experience of Berlin with that city’s complicated history In “Krumme Lanke” he opens with a memory of the “last days of the Reich” and proceeds to tell a story of two soldiers who ignore their superior’s orders and have a clandestine meeting The poem then shifts without a transition to the poet’s own memory of walking next to Krumme Lanke “Our conversation was of a remember arevocation of all that had happened earlier Like a film being played in reverse” There is a deep sense of wandering that pervades these poems as he visits train stations various seedy parts of the city and the natural history museum and uses these places as starting point with which to reflect on Berlin’s past and the poet’s presentThe series of poems entitle “Epilogue” do not appear to have any specific references to famous authors and are the most deeply personal and reflective These poems only appear at the beginning and end of the collection and show us a writer who is battling many emotional demonsEpilogue IIFor the dead are expected to know the path above the precipice of the everyday When they leave the lands of despair and depart towards a kingdom far away and unknown which is like music Swelling a solitary expectation everywhere present this music does not break through the walls It taps gently It steals across the crevices Silently it creeps and cracks open the nut hidden deep within the cofferNext are a series of poems entitled “Fragment” which are all addressed to an unnamed receiver There is a deep sense of not only hesitation but also loneliness in these poems He begins the first “Fragment” poemYes I could express it simply by saying that our conversation left in me a vacant space Since then every day contains this spaceOf the five different categories of poetry the “Fragments” are my favorite because Borbély’s own voice pain and struggle come through most clearly I found a line from “Fragment III” especially chilling and laden with foreshadowing “My need is for those who will knowhowall of this will end” Borbély tragically takes his own life in 2014at the age of fifty and there are hints throughout his poems that allude to his melancholyThe final category of poems are called “Allegory” and are a mixture of philosophical observations which still maintain obvious references to Kafka The first poem in the collection especially evokes images of Kafka and his complicated relationship with his fatherAllegory IThe pierced heart in which lovers believe recalls me to my task Always have I desiredto be led My father’s spirit instruc ted me in ruthlessness what he missed in life he now in death wished to supplant I did notfind my upbringing to be a comfort the spirit of our age is for me excessively libertine My scorn is reserved for the weakFinally a word must be said about the afterward which was beautifully written by the translator It serves as a thorough introduction to Borbély’s life literary influences and style of writing but is also a fitting eulogy for this gifted poem whom the world lost too soon


  5. Raluca Anghel Raluca Anghel says:

    I loved it loved it loved it I will return to him


  6. Joe Milazzo Joe Milazzo says:

    The escalator rises into the heights and creates correspondences like a metaphor degraded in the course of time into a simile


  7. Kit Kit says:

    Sets a mood evokes a place


  8. aluška aluška says:

    When I came to Budapest I no longer wanted to live This was probably the longest time I've ever spent with a book of poetry read it once then once again always coming back to it always carrying it with me wherever I went always reading at least a few linesSitting on the Szabadság híd or waiting for the tram while watching the Danube or the rose garden of Margit sziget It kept haunting me If I didn't bring the book with me every time I left the house I would feel uneasy and distressed Even now when I'm writing this I have am urging need to come back to it To try to remember everything Szilárd composed as if forgetting meant certain damnation Is it that good? I don't know since I can no longer bear the agressivness of poetry and I do not wish my deeds to be investigated


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