Spalovač mrtvol [Pdf ebook] by Ladislav Fuks

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Zlem a smrtí Charakterizovala i titulní postavu jež se v průběhu překotných událostí a pod vlivem mefistofelského přítele ochotně přizpůsobovala nabídnuté příležitosti ke kariéře vyvoleného a končila vraždami a izolací Je ovšem třeba připočítat smutně ironický Fuksův vypravěčský styl který jakoby neosobně věcně nebo cituplně vede dialogy a popisuje a hraje Působí nejenom drasticky ale i panoptikálně Příběh Absolutely brillinat and horrific story I have read it in the Czech language and appreciate surrealism and poetic expressions I was moved by the internal conflict of Karl Kopfrkingl in between the drop of german blood he clamed and his loyalty to whife and two children with jewish backround Fuks described extraordinary way Karl s journey where he transforms from a family orientated loving husband to a crematormurder of many innocent lives It is suprising and shocking to exept Karl s way of thinking How he does justy his actions to him self family and his nazi friends How he gets manipulated by his nazi friends in combination of influence from Budhism in his favorite yellow book about Tibet and his passion for the work in creamatorium His thinking is that he helps these innocent spirits by turning them in a couple of hours into a pure ash and send then to Universe to help them escape from suffering here in Hitler s Empire I uestion Karl s way of thinking and interacting with the outside world from the beginning When he acts like an dictator in his house and his family has to do anything he sais His view on life and death as well as love for art and music seems to be part of some kind of ideology

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Spalovač mrtvol

Příběh o spalovači mrtvol trochu podivínském a pilném zaměstnanci pražského krematoria Karlu Kopfrkinglovi patří do prvního období spisovatelovy tvorby Vyšel roku 1967 a spojoval bolestnou reakci na předválečné dramatické situace republiky a celé Evropy s groteskními a černými psychologickými a dějovými motivy Jestliže se tato próza označuje jako psychologický horor správně to vystihuje autorovu a vypravěčovu fascinaci the sooner man returns to dust the sooner he ll be liberated transformed enlightened be reincarnatedThe person who opts for cremation will be absolutely certain for the rest of his life that there s nothing to worry about It seems rather hard what the Gestapo has done But there was probably nothing else to be done about it nothing at all After all the happiness of millions of people is at stakeThis is such a strange read This book is very funny even laugh out loud funny at times But what starts out rather lighthearted gradually turns incredibly dark and grim We get hints early on around the edges we hear of poverty starvation suicides and a woman selling skinned cats for money But most of all the Germans on the border who are preparing to invade Prague and the growing fear The protagonist works in the city crematorium and is a sort of naive fool giving prim little speeches mostly reciting what he soaks up from other people like a sponge His wife and children smile and nod He often ruminates aloud on death as a relief from the sufferings of life One of his friends is continually attempting to indoctrinate him into a fascistic worldview This is a character study about how average people go along with the tide and fall into nihilism and violence all while justifying it to themselves every step along the wayThen we get chilling little phrases like Don t worry nothing s going to happen to them why should anything happen to them They ll just transfer them to another place of work Or when remarking on a Jewish acuaintance He was also sorry for the others Dr Bettelheim and his family for example who no longer had either his car or his surgeryWhat works so well here is the odd narration style it s simple repetitive and often uite funny Always thinking of death coffins and cremation he remarks at a party Young ladies he turned to Lenka and the fattish L la you re not eating either or perhaps you re slimming and inwardly he thought Slimming that s a good thing One can at least save on the woodOr Our marriage thought Mr Kopfrkingl and glanced at the wedding ring on his finger is as pure as the sky over the Temple of Death just at the moment when nobody is being crematedThere are several scenes with effective humor all while the disturbing undercurrent rumbles ever louder in the background It makes for a strange uncomfortable reading experience and yet gives you a feeling that this is how banal evil really operates all with a bland petty bourgeoisie civility and politeness

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Odehrávající se na samém konci 30 let v pražských kulisách v době mnichovské kapitulace a okupace působí až obludně logickým vývojem malého člověka k přijetí zla; patologický případ sleduje až k dovětku s datem pětačtyřicátého roku Díky vnitřnímu napětí lidského příběhu a literárním kvalitám a rovněž díky úspěšnému filmovému zpracování se Spalovač mrtvol počítá k nejlepším prózám Ladislava Fuks I really like the idea of several characters appearing repeatedly as the story continues I believe that it helepd to create a confined but ironic mood Karl Kopfrkingl is one of the most uniue significant and scary heroes of all time The way the author catured his behaviour and his inner psychology is stunning


10 thoughts on “Spalovač mrtvol

  1. says:

    A young friend of mine encouraged me to finally read this novel Her school had invited her class to a theater production of

  2. says:

    Well The Cremator was certainly an interesting read Mr Kopfrkingl is an interesting character not wholly unlikeable to begin with wanting the best for his family and is troubled by the cruelty that exists in the world He works in a crematorium and views his job as way of relieving people’s suffering and allowing them eternal peace as there is no suffering once your body has returned to ashes However as time progress

  3. says:

    the sooner man returns to dust the sooner he’ll be liberated transformed enlightened be reincarnatedThe person who opts for cremation will be absolutely certain for the rest of his life that there’s nothing to worry about‘It seems rather hard what the Gestapo has done But there was probably nothing else to be done about it n

  4. says:

    Absolutely brillinat and horrific story I have read it in the Czech language and appreciate surrealism and poetic expressions I was moved by the internal conflict of Karl Kopfrkingl in between the drop of german blood he clamed and his loyalty to whife and two children with jewish backround Fuks described extraordinary way Karl's journey where he transforms from a family orientated loving husband to a crematorm

  5. says:

    Mr Kopfrkingl lives in Prague Czechoslovakia and works as an undertaker in a crematorium He hates war and violence and is

  6. says:

    I read this as part of an online cultural studies course A dark and powerful read; the chilling story of devoted f

  7. says:

    I really like the idea of several characters appearing repeatedly as the story continues I believe that it helepd to create a confined but ir

  8. says:

    The book surprised me A lotIt is definitely not an easy book to read and the story is strong and it's better to know historical context

  9. says:

    I had lots of thoughts and change of moods while reading it Where could be your place and how to react and stay pure while the oppressive regime From the very beginning Mr Kopfřinkl was very unpleasant until the end when he transform

  10. says:

    The book will take you on a tour of a dark demented mind Yet somehow if you have right sense of humor the author managed to make it funny as hellThis is one the most memorable book experiences of my life

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