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Jeg vil anbefale bogen til Dig der kunne lide Rosemary s Baby Dig der interesserer dig for kvinder i 1960 erne Det at skrive havde altid v ret en leg en lykkelig besk ftigelse der tillod hende at lemme alt andet i verden Ansigterne er et skr mmende og smukt portr t af Lise en forfatter der lever sammen med sin mand tre b rn og deres hushj lp den frisindede Gitte Lise D Jer Lise d jer usikkerhed og f lelsen af at v re utilstr kkelig Hun elsker at skrive men f ler sig aldrig od nok hun f ler at hun er falsk og at det blot er et sp ler at hun er falsk og at det blot er et sp l om tid f r hun bliver afsl ret Ber mmelsen havde brutalt revet det sl r til side der altid havde skilt hende fra virkeligheden Hun havde holdt en takketale som Gert havde skrevet for hende og imens var hun blevet rebet af sin barndoms angst for at blive afsl ret for at man skulle opdage at hun spillede komedie og udgav sig for en anden end hun var Denne angst havde egentlig ikke forladt hende sidenDet er ikke kun som forfatter at Lise f ler sig utilstr kkelig og falsk det er ogs i mange af de andre roller hun p tager sig i sit liv Hun f ler sig utilstr kkelig som kvinde som frihedst nker som hustru og mor Om det er det der f rer til hendes sammenbrud skal jeg ikke Heads of the Colored People g re mig klog p Men bryde sammen det r hun Hun f r modbydelige vrangforestillinger der lider sammen med virkeligheden p den mest uhyggelige vis s vi som l ser ogs langt hen ad vejen er i tvivl om hvad der er fantasi og hvad der er virkelighed Meget Rosemary s Baby agtigtJeg holdt nok mest af de indledende kapitler der foregik i Lises eget hjem Her var det meget sv rt at skelne mellem sindssyge og virkelighed Da Lise bliver indlagt p psykiatrisk afdeling efter et selvmordsfors bliver det endnu mere uhyggeligt og endnu mere klart hvor slemt hun har detJeg beh ver vel n sten ikke n vne at sproget var helt fantastisk Smukt og intelligent uden at v re sn rklet Som kun Tove Ditlevsen kunne re det Det burde ikke komme bag p mig men bliver alligevel overrasket n r hun bliver ved med at v re od og interessantMin blog The Bookworm s Closet Faces is the type of book that you really need to be in the mood to read I say this not because there aren t ample things to enjoy about this book there really are just because I m feeling a bit uilty about not being enthusiastic about it The author Tove Ditlevsen was a much beloved chronically depressed Danish poet memoirist novelist and advice columnist and apparently her death in 1976 by suicide provoked uite an outpouring all over the country I Twarze” „Ansigterne” to powieść psychologiczna znanej duńskiej pisarki Tove Ditlevsen 1917 1976 Jej bohaterka podobnie jak autorka jest pisarką i podobnie jak ona nieszczęśliwa w życiu prywatnym Tkwi w nieudanym małżeństwie walczy z nawrotami choroby psychicznej które pogłębiają kryzys małżeński i uniemożliwiają Faces by Tove DitlevsenWho is wearing a mask and who is not The close third narration that Ditlevsen employs allows the reader to view Lise s predicament from a distance but also be inside of her own thinking This blurs the line between reality and delusion madness and sanity Perhaps Lise s paranoias were justifiable after all In a poignant twist Lise declares herself finally one insane just as the doctors inform her that she s actually recovering It s a moving juxtaposition and one that calls up the reader s own biases and perceptions about what kind of negotiations and compromises each of us need to make in order to function in the world in order to be perceived as sane Smertelig sansem ttet beskrivelse af en kvindes sammenbrud og ophold p en lukket afdeling Igennem hendes ofte forvr ngede hallucinerede opfattelse af virkeligheden beskrives hendes liv og relationer s rligt forholdet til temanden Gert husassistenten Gitte og b rnene Det er b de en smuk og ubehagelig bog smuk fordi den bliver n sten poetisk i sin beskrivelse af sindssygen og ubehagelig fordi den er s hudl s og selvbiografisk n r man kender lidt til Tove Ditlevsens liv ditlevsen skriver jo som en dr m elsker denne bog elsker fremstillingen af sygdommen alle ansigterne og stemmerne og kaosset favorit Skr mmende og indlevende beretning H rd kost blev n dt til at stoppe flere ange Tre stjerner med pil op Sp ndende portr t af en psykiatrisk patient og hendes mange hallucinationer Tydeligvis med biografiske referencer til den depressive Ditlevsen der ser de mange l srevne ansigter og paranoidt h rer stemmer der nsker hende d d Fin bog This is the synopsis you can find this book translated into English I def can t read DanishIt s Copenhagen 1968 Lise a children s book writer and married mother of three is becoming increasingly haunted by disembodied faces and taunting voices Convinced that her housekeeper and husband are plotting against her she descends into a terrifying world of sickness pills and institutionalisation But is sanity in fact a kind of sickness And might mental illness itself lead to enlightenment hef i liklegast fila hana meira ef eg v ri betri i d nsku Jeg er vild med det relativt enkle sprog kaosset hvad sker og Hvad Foreg R foreg r kun Lises hoved forvirringen omkring tidsperspektivet Man revet lidt rundt og det fungerer synes jeg Jeg synes bogen var rigtig od Jeg l ste den m ske bare p et forkert tidspunkt Jeg havde sv rt ved at samle mig om den og samle den op Den tog mig derfor meget l nge at l se den. O swojej chorobie mówiła łośno Była znaną postacią w duńskim życiu publicznym walczyła o prawa kobiet Jej książki tłumaczone na wiele języków przyniosły jej międzynarodowy rozgłos Otrzymała wiele nagród Mimo uznania nie była szczęśliwa jej choroba postępowała przegrała z nią w 1976 roku popełniła samobójstw. .

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Trying to remember the last time that an author s suicide in the US leaned as much of a reaction as those of actors or rock #stars Feel free to remind me if I m overlooking someone but it seems to me #Feel free to remind me if I m overlooking someone but it seems to me we tend to focus our literary attentions on rising stars and major contributors dying of natural causes Perhaps we re really truly past the moment when American authors lead highly visible highly fraught and dramatic lives No tragic author superstars in the 21st century But I digress Faces author superstars in the 21st century But I digress Faces off plot heavy if only to uickly adjust us to a reality that will promptly come unhinged Its protagonist Lise Mundus is a successful author whose artistic success has alienated her from her family Her children have adopted their LSD experimenting pop philosopher dilettante housekeeper Gitte as a mother Her husband declaring that he cannot o to bed with a piece of literature begins having serial affairs which he keeps Lise well apprised of And while Lise keeps to her room never leaving the house and writes Gitte begins to fill in for her she sleeps with Lise s husband claiming it s for Lise s own Longevity, Senescence, and the Genome good She sleeps with one of Lise s sons She preaches about the problems of the world it s set in the 60s often referencing escalations in Vietnam and lectures Lise for her inability to feel the same love for suffering strangers as she does for her own children She is the embodiment of Lise s shortcomings both perceived and realistic and continues to haunt our protagonist in one form or another throughout the novel The story actually opens when one of Lise s husband s mistresses kills herself This sets off a chain of events that drives the already psychologically tenuous Lise to believe that her husband and Gitte are trying to subconsciously drive her to kill herself Thinking she ll escape them Lise swallows a bottle of sleeping pills calls her doctor to comeet her a bottle of sleeping pills calls her doctor to come et her spends the next three weeks in a mental institutionWhat makes this novel truly interesting is the way in which Lise s perceptions are written into the text as fact Lise is obsessed with faces with the idea that everyone is wearing a mask that can be swapped out and manipulated in order to disguise the wearer s true intentions When a person is unable to maintain a fa ade Lise sees their face shift and melt or even mutate into rotesue caricatures It s a well recognized metaphor on human interactions made horrifyingly tangible But even knowing this the reader finds herself struggling along with Lise to determine what is real. Ej okresami także pracę zawodową Książka opisuje dramatyczną walkę z chorobą pokazuje ból i cierpienie strach samotność niezrozumienie najbliższych i powolny powrót do świata ludzi zdrowych W dużej mierze są to własne doświadczenia autorki która całe życie borykała się z depresją a później także ze schizofrenią.