Die Vegetarierin

Ein seltsam verst rendes, hypnotisierendes Buch ber eine Frau, die, laut ihrem Ehemann an Durchschnittlichkeit kaum zu bertreffen ist bis sie eines Tages beschlie t, kein Fleisch mehr zu essen Bevor meine Frau zur Vegetarierin wurde, hielt ich sie f r nichts Besonderes Bei unserer ersten Begegnung fand ich sie nicht einmal attraktiv Mittelgro , ein Topfschnitt, irgeEin seltsam verst rendes, hypnotisierendes Buch ber eine Frau, die, laut ihrem Ehemann an Durchschnittlichkeit kaum zu bertreffen ist bis sie eines Tages beschlie t, kein Fleisch mehr zu essen Bevor meine Frau zur Vegetarierin wurde, hielt ich sie f r nichts Besonderes Bei unserer ersten Begegnung fand ich sie nicht einmal attraktiv Mittelgro , ein Topfschnitt, irgendwo zwischen kurz und lang, gelbliche unreine Haut, Schlupflider und dominante Wangenknochen So f hlte ich mich weder von ihr angezogen noch abgesto en und sah daher keinen Grund, sie nicht zu heiraten Yeong hye und ihr Ehemann sind ganz gew hnliche Leute Er geht beflissen seinem B rojob nach und hegt keinerlei Ambitionen Sie ist eine zwar leidenschaftslose, aber pflichtbewusste Hausfrau Die angenehme Eint nigkeit ihrer Ehe wird j h gef hrdet, als Yeong hye beschlie t, sich fortan ausschlie lich vegetarisch zu ern hren und alle tierischen Produkte aus dem Haushalt entfernt Ich hatte einen Traum , so ihre einzige Erkl rung Ein kleiner Akt der Unabh ngigkeit, aber ein fataler, denn in einem Land wie S dkorea, in dem strenge soziale Normen herrschen, gilt der Vegetarismus als subversiv Doch damit nicht genug Bald nimmt Yeong hyes passive Rebellion immer groteskere Ausma e an Sie, die niemals gerne einen BH getragen hat, f ngt an, sich in der ffentlichkeit zu entbl en und von einem Leben als Pflanze zu tr umen Bis sich ihre gesamte Familie gegen sie wendet.Die Vegetarierin ist eine kafkaeske Geschichte in drei Akten ber Scham und Begierde, Macht und Obsession sowie unsere zum Scheitern verurteilten Versuche, den Anderen zu verstehen, der ja doch, wie man selbst, Gefangener im eigenen Leib ist.
Die Vegetarierin Ein seltsam verst rendes hypnotisierendes Buch ber eine Frau die laut ihrem Ehemann an Durchschnittlichkeit kaum zu bertreffen ist bis sie eines Tages beschlie t kein Fleisch mehr zu essen Bevor m

  • Title: Die Vegetarierin
  • Author: Han Kang
  • ISBN: 9783351036539
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Vegetarismus Vegetarismus bezeichnet ursprnglich eine Ernhrungs und Lebensweise des Menschen, bei der neben Nahrungsmitteln pflanzlichen Ursprungs nur solche Produkte verzehrt bzw benutzt werden, die vom lebenden Tier stammen Der Vegetarismus weist in der Praxis zahlreiche Facetten der Durchfhrung auf Allen vegetarischen Kostformen gemein ist das Meiden von Nahrungsmitteln und anderen Gwyneth Paltrow Gwyneth Katherine Paltrow .September in Los Angeles, Kalifornien ist eine US amerikanische Schauspielerin, Unternehmerin, Model und Sngerin.Sie ist Golden Globe sowie Oscar Preistrgerin. Die Faktorei Zurck zu den Wurzeln so knnte man die Neuausrichtung des dienstltesten Restaurant am Innenhafen Erffnung wohl am Besten beschreiben. Komdie am Altstadtmarkt DIE WOLLEN NUR SPIELEN Vier Menschen toben sich aus, auf den Brettern und Betten, die die Welt bedeuten Die Frage ist nur Was hier ist Spiel, was Wirklichkeit Ist Gottlieb Gott, ist Gottlieb steinreicher Theaternarr, verzweifelnder Vater und ebenso verzweifelnder Liebhaber Die leckerste Kartoffelsuppe berhaupt Rezept kochbar Die Zwiebel fein Wrfeln und das Gemse die Petersilie bitte bei Seite legen sowie die Kartoffeln in ca.xcm groe Wrfel schneiden Die Mettenden rundherum mit einer Gabel einstechen. Vestalia Vision Executive Management Coaching Die mit den Haien tanzt Sonja A Buholzer ist Doktorin der Philosophie, Beraterin von Wirtschafts und Politfhrern und erfolgreiche Autorin von Managementratgebern Als berzeugte Vegetarierin engagiert sie sich fr den Tierschutz Ausserdem ist sie Tauchlehrerin mit einer ganzen Reihe Spezialausbildungen und einem besonderen Hang zu Haien Mit ihrem Mann zusammen fhlt sie sich an einem Kino in Prien am Chiemsee Mike s Kino mit Kinoprogramm Wir bieten regelmig am Donnerstag sofern verfgbar und mglich Filme aus dem laufenden Programm in der Originalfassung mit dt Untertiteln OmU oder in der Originalfassung OHNE Untertitel an OV Die nchsten Termine sind Die Spur Film FILMSTARTS Die Spur ein Film von Agnieszka Holland mit Agnieszka Mandat Grabka, Wiktor Zborowski Inhaltsangabe In einem kleinen, abgelegenen Bergdorf an der polnisch tschechischen Grenze geschehen Die Spur Film Kino Text Die Spur OT POKOT Regie Agnieszka Holland Mit Agnieszka Mandat, Wiktor Zborowski, Miroslav Krobot, Jakub Giersza , Patricia Volny, Borys Szyc u.a. Kino Potsdam Das Kinoprogramm fr UCI, Thalia, Filmmuseum Kinoprogramm Potsdam fr die Kinos UCI, Thalia, Filmmuseum und Waschhaus in Potsdam mit Gewinnspielen und Film Trailern

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    1. Well . . . um . . . yeah . . . soI guess that was good . . . maybe . . .Kinda weird . . . I think . . .Definitely a bit much . . . oh, no doubt . . . but . . .Poignant perhaps . . . certainly heart strings were tugged . . . however . . . Confusion! Yes! That's it . . . or, maybe not . . .100% sure I was 90% moved by being 80% lost while at the same time being 70% disturbed . . .This book . . . yup . . . it's . . . sure, I guess?

    2. Some of you may have noticed that my reviews have become infrequent as of late, and the ones I do write are becoming increasingly shorter. I seem to have hit a reading slump. Who’d have thought such a thing possible for me?!Well the point is that I blame this book. Since reading it I haven’t quite been the same. It’s altered my perspective on a few things. I would even go as far as to say it’s changed me as a person. It’s only the second book to do this to me, so I think such a reactio [...]

    3. Update: Han Kang's book, "The Vegetarian", is the Man Booker international winner Wow********ZERO spoilers I'm going to share my experienced hope to find other readers to discuss this book with later. I couldn't 'not' read this in anything less than one sitting.If I keep thinking about this book, not only will I have a knot in my stomach as I do nowbut I just might find myself crying my eyes out!I haven't felt so many intense emotions from a book in a long time.Zillions of thoughts flooded my mi [...]

    4. Han Kang's novel, 'The Vegetarian,' tells the story of Yeong-hye. Having recently had a dream that has convinced her to cease eating any meat whatsoever, and finds that such a decision is affect nearly all aspects of her life. Her family is trying to force her to eat meat, the relationships that once surrounded her are falling apart, and everyone is questioning whether she is insane. The thing is, she just might be losing her mind - and all because of a dream.This book isn't super long. In fact, [...]

    5. Update #2: I've gotten enough comments from dudes for me to update this review. Oddly enough, it's just dudes, too. No woman has commented about how I'm wrong about Kang saying the book is an allegory for South Korea. And I can only guess it's because women ACTUALLY READ THE FUCKIN DESCRIPTION. From the dust jacket AND the product description here on :"A disturbing, yet beautifully composed narrative told in three parts, The Vegetarian is an allegorical novel about modern day South Korea"Come on [...]

    6. Honestly, in this case, I'm much more interested in reading other people's reviews of the book rather than writing my own. I just feel like there are so many layers here, so many things that need to be discussed, so many unique interpretations, so many questions. The first third of The Vegetarian is very Kafka-esque. It has a very Metamorphosis vibe to it. Maybe a little bit of Bird Box to give you a more contemporary example. It was dark. It was weird. It was bleak. It felt like every sentence [...]

    7. “Though the ostensible reason for her not wanting Yeong-hye to be discharged, the reason that she gave the doctor, was this worry about a possible relapse, now she was able to admit to herself what had really been going on. She was no longer able to cope with all that her sister reminded her of. She’d been unable to forgive her for soaring alone over a boundary she herself could never bring herself to cross, unable to forgive that magnificent irresponsibility that had enabled Yeong-hye to s [...]

    8. Nope. This is the story of two sisters & their husbands & one woman's tendency toward violent, graphic dreams. Honestly, I'm not sure what I was supposed to take from this book & I'm not going to pretend for the sake of sounding intelligent or profound that I "got it."I absolutely did not enjoy reading this, and I'm thankful it was over quickly. The men in this book are repulsive & selfish, and I could not identify with either sister. The lack of straightforward communication bet [...]

    9. I gave myself 24 hours to think over this before rating it, but I still don't know i'm left off very confused This is a book about characters whose backstories and full character arcs aren't really explored, so it was jarring to read a character-heavy book whose main focus is on a woman that we never even see the perspective of. Maybe i'm missing something, and i'm horrified that I did because everyone else loves this book, but this just read very strangely to me. By the end I understood the cha [...]

    10. The Vegetarian by Han Kang is a South Korean novel told in three parts. Kang is the daughter of novelist Han Seung-won. She has gone on to win the Yi Sang Literary Prize (2005), Today's Young Artist Award, and the Korean Literature Novel Award. As of summer 2013, Han teaches creative writing at the Seoul Institute of the Arts while writing stories and novels.The Vegetarian starts with a simple premise. A woman, Yeong-hye, decides to become a vegetarian and her family reacts to her decision. The [...]

    11. The Vegetarian is a very cerebral novel. And yet, it's incredibly affecting. Han Kang is able to explore dark and twisted events--and characters--in a really engaging way. It's thrilling to see the story devolve, and I have to say I was never quite sure what was going to happen next. Overall it was such a fun reading experience (which if you've read this book definitely doesn't reflect the subject matter) mostly because the story felt so fresh and exciting. I really can't compare this to anythin [...]

    12. [Originally appeared here (with edits): timesofindiadiatimes/li]Many of us, if stretch a little, can recall the question that appeared in our science textbooks in primary schools: choose the living and non-living thing from the following options. While we conveniently tagged all humans, animals and plants to the ‘living’ side, everything else chugged to the ‘non living’ side. But did the divide stand the test of time?Han Kang pushes this very divide to scintillating heights, reducing the [...]

    13. Before the nightmare, Yeong-hye and her husband lived an ordinary life. But when splintering, blood-soaked images start haunting her thoughts, Yeong-hye decides to purge her mind and renounce eating meat.In a country where societal mores are strictly obeyed, Yeong-hye's decision to embrace a more “plant-like” existence is a shocking act of subversion. And as her passive rebellion manifests in ever more extreme and frightening forms, scandal, abuse, and estrangement begin to send Yeong-hye sp [...]

    14. MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading ListI'm almost at a loss for words on how to review this book. I loved it, it was sad and bizarre, but when dealing with mental illness, not that much is bizarre. I have my own mental illnesses so I don't put too much into what people think because there are those that support you and those that don't. And to me, in my opinion, I think Yeong-hye might not have slipped into this world as far as she did if she had support from her family. One can never tell. I wis [...]

    15. This was a perfect, perfect book for me. The novel is simply told, and very short, but it touches on so many critical, cut-to-the-bone themes, including the most fundamental questions of identity, of gender, of responsibility toward others, and of what makes life worth living. In this novel the more outwardly stable and successful a character is, the less likely they are to have any perspective on their life choices. The more a given character becomes aware of their lived experience, the closer [...]

    16. Han Kang, Kore Edebiyatı dediğimiz zaman, çok yeni olmasına rağmen; saygıyla ve övgüyle anılan, yazılan bir isim. Uzakdoğu'da yoğunlukta olan, biçimsel olanakları kullanarak yeni bir şeyler ortaya koymaya çalışan edebi akımlardan birinin üyesi. Bu yüzden tıpkı Kyung-sook Shin ya da Kaneo Minato gibi, dünyanın çok yakından takip ettiği genç romancılardan biri. O yüzden Man Booker ödülü almadan önce de Türkçe'ye bir an önce çevrilmesini bekliyordum, hatta Hum [...]

    17. “She was no longer able to cope with all that her sister reminded her of. She'd been unable to forgive her for soaring alone over a boundary she herself could never bring herself to cross, unable to forgive that magnificent irresponsibility that had enabled Yeong-hye to shuck off social constraints and leave her behind, still a prisoner. And before Yeong-hye had broken those bars, she'd never even known they were there.” For a small book it took me a lot of time to finish. The reason is that [...]

    18. This was an exceptional read. I expected a "weird" novel, but somehow, the characters and what they were doing seemed to make sense. There were characters I absolutely disliked, but as I cringed, I also understood their motivations. Meat, blood, sex, familial guilt, transcending our primal natureis story is about those things and so much more, including what shapes us, and how strength and weakness can sometimes be the same thing. It's interesting that the main character of the novel doesn't hav [...]

    19. This novel is haunting, violent, moving, and utterly compelling. It's told in three parts, around a young woman named Yeong-hye, who we never hear from other than some descriptions of her terrifying dreams which led her to become a vegetarian. But she is the central character, the fulcrum for her husband, brother-in-law, and sister, each of whom narrate a section of the book.In one pivotal (and awful) scene early on, her abusive father hits her and forces a piece of meat into Yeong-hye's mouth. [...]

    20. Stunning. Sad. Disturbing. Powerful. Unique. Astonishing. Surprising. Profound. Painful. Distressing. Moving. Exceptional. Impacting.This is straight into my Top Ten Reads of 2016! Skipping the long list and the short list. Wow. Let me catch my breath. No wonder this book won The Man Booker Prize 2016. I've never read anything like it. Finally translated into English for us to treasure and delve into its depths! Expect nothing when you read this book. Have an open mind. No preconceived concepts. [...]

    21. 3.5This book is a depressing yet beautiful account of mental illness and societies perception of it. It is very dark and left me feeling unsettled at times.

    22. "She was no longer able to cope with all that her sister reminded her of. She’d been unable to forgive her for soaring alone over a boundary she herself could never bring herself to cross, unable to forgive that magnificent irresponsibility that had enabled Yeong-hye to shuck off social constraints and leave her behind, still a prisoner.”It came as no surprise to me that Kang was first a poet and then a novelist. This was a robust, sensual novel about a woman’s descent into madness told fr [...]

    23. "She had never lived. Even as a child, as far back as she could remember, she had done nothing but endure."-- Han Kang, The VegetarianA short novel made up of three interrelated stories of three related family members (a sister/vegetarian, her sister/responsible one, her sister's husband/artist). The stories revolve around dreams, food, existence, art and nature. The book did give hints of an erotic Kafka's A Hunger Artist. No, not erotic, not really, just modern and sensual and transformative. [...]

    24. Can't say I loved it. A short novel about a woman who chooses to become a vegetarian against her family's wishes, which is in this case, I suppose, a form of rebellion against patriarchy. Would things have been better if someone advised her to eat some lentils and nuts instead of trying to shove meat down her throat? I don't know. A few things I learned about South Korea though:1) Koreans don't really understand what vegetarianism is and that it is a normal diet of millions of people2) single-li [...]

    25. A complex and moving lyrical masterpiece of unprecedented accolade. I cannot express how highly I rate this truly extraordinary story! I won't divulge aspects of the plot but merely attempt to relay the emotions this novel conjured in me. The book is entirely concerned with one person, Yeong-hye, and yet we hear little in her actual perspective. We believe we know her three times over from the three altering perspectives we receive about her person, from those closest to her. I earn to know her [...]

    26. As children, we are advised by our parents to never judge a book by its cover. In my take on The Vegetarian, we ought not to judge one by its title, either. This is not the story of a vegetarian locked up in a Korean mental ward for eschewing meat.Instead, this three-perspective novel felt more like something penned by Sylvia Plath or Virginia Woolf. It is about mental illness and how one young woman's spiral into it impacts those around her. Had I known that, despite its recent accolades with t [...]

    27. So having read two Korean translations I’m entirely capable of passing judgement on a nation’s literary output. Apparently Korea is obsessed with guilt in a country where men are assholes.Yeong-hye is described by her husband in the opening lines as “completely unremarkable in every way” then goes on to eschew meat of all kind. Naturally this leads to her cutting her wrists when her father tries to force meat into her mouth. She later sleeps with her sister’s husband after he paints fl [...]

    28. Review originally published at Learn This Phrase.Translated from Korean, this is the kind of story that's hard to define; a sort of character study, I suppose, of the titular vegetarian (though the diet she chooses to follow is actually vegan), the inscrutable Yeong-hye. The book is made up of three 'acts', each observing Yeong-hye from the point of view of a different person - her husband, her brother-in-law, and her sister. In her husband's version, she's the very picture of dull domesticity, [...]

    29. When I married a vegetarian, my grandmother acted as if someone had died. When I became a vegetarian a year later, my mother took it personally. In this novel, Yeong-hye decides to stop eating meat after she has a series of horrific dreams, and it does not go over well. In a series of increasingly violent encounters, her husband, immediate family, and family-in-law try to coerce her back into eating meat. It made me wonder about how vegetarians are viewed in general in South Korea (where this no [...]

    30. I liked several aspects of The Vegetarian on an intellectual level. Han Kang does a great job portraying how women suffer from the male gaze, patriarchal standards that make them adhere to men, and abuse brought on by the forced consumption of meat and the men who partake in said consumption. As a future psychologist passionate about eating disorders, though, I abhorred how Kang portrayed Yeong-hye's descent into anorexia. Yes, I get that her refusal to eat meat and then food overall symbolizes [...]

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