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gayle_dallas: Cy Twombly Your words, follow me! and are we already further gone too far, go again go on, there's no end. It doesn't light up. The word will only draw other words sentence the sentence. —Ingeborg Bachmann “your words”

Hozier: Every Day - Ingeborg Bachmann

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the transmitter.

mobiquotes: perhaps you know that Ingeborg Bachmann poemfrom the last years of her life that begins"I lose my screams"dear Antigone,I take it as the task of the translatorto forbid that you should ever lose your screams

gayle_dallas: “as to discuss this, and moreover do it in the framework of an event, means to simplify it. I am also not here to teach you about it, lecture you, shock you, for the horror is in you, and if not, then no one can help you.” —-Ingeborg Bachmann

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the perception.

LaceyTB: theoptia: Ingeborg Bachmann, from Malina Text ID: I would fall back into bad habits, […] drink and destroy, think destructively, destroy everything and then some…

silicone_angel: feeling haunted reading ingeborg bachmann bc her book feels so acutely similar in so many ways to the fifth wound & both of them are the first book in an intended trilogy but she died bc she fell asleep smoking a cigarette bc like me she takes sleeping pills and also smokes a lot

LyndseyStonebri: 'Now I have a completely wild idea. Do you think that Ingeborg Bachmann might do it? We think alike on a lot of things and she won't be as shocked as some might be.' Arendt to Piper.

timesflow: I’m particularly pleased to have acquired the collection of Ingeborg Bachmann’s poems.

JessicaAFerri: “On the one hand she asks why men silence women; on the other hand she wonders about the root causes that lead women to silence themselves.” — Peter Filkins on Ingeborg Bachmann

chowleen: "I think of you, of the lake, of the city" -Ingeborg Bachmann

chowleen: With my burnt hand, I write on the nature of fire. -Ingeborg Bachmann, epigraph to ‘Malina’

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the film.

harihar_goswami: i am writing with my burnt hand about the nature of fire. - ingeborg bachmann

MilosZlotnik: I am writing with my burnt hand about the nature of fire. – Ingeborg Bachmann

JessicaAFerri: “Everything in these books is precise, assuredly of the most searing precision; yet we do not fathom the thing that is so precisely portrayed here, which is ourselves.” —Ingeborg Bachmann on Thomas Bernhard

JessicaAFerri: Hallo. Does anyone know if any of Ingeborg Bachmann’s unfinished novel “Todesarten” has been translated into English? Danke!

guidopalazzo: “If we had the word, if we had language, we would not need weapons”. Ingeborg Bachmann, 1959

mervatim: It's a ways away, but I'm so looking forward to being in conversation with Peter Filkins and Dirk Göttsche next May at "Reading Ingeborg Bachmann Now." Submit a CFP! Join us!

golatschen: Someone I know was rescued by Ingeborg Bachmann‘s nephew after having a bad motorcycle accident so I want you to know that reading Bachmann now might LITERALLY SAVE YOUR LIFE

bifurcat: 19 years young Ingeborg Bachmann

timesflow: This is a nice collection of Ingeborg Bachmann's works of poetry and fiction published during her lifetime.

brianbroganart: “What actually is possible, however, is transformation. And the transformative effect that emanates from new works leads us to new perception, to a new feeling, new consciousness.” Ingeborg Bachmann

OmairBhat: “War is not declared anymore, but simply continued. The terrible is an everyday thing.” — Ingeborg Bachmann

mldyrness: I lose my screams Ingeborg Bachmann (trans Peter Filkins)

judystout1: Feminize Your Canon: Ingeborg Bachmann - The Paris Review

timesflow: Ingeborg Bachmann: Poetry as bread? That bread would have to crunch between our teeth and reawaken our hunger before it appeases us. And that poetry will have to be sharp with wisdom and bitter with longing in order to awaken people from their slumber.

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the nothing.

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the precondition.

timesflow: Ingeborg Bachmann’s ‘pardonable lies”.

timesflow: Ingeborg Bachmann: “Nothing that language is capable of expressing—the facts of the world—is alterable by an act of will. Only the peripheries of the world are alterable, and about these we are obliged to remain silent.”

markphaverkamp: "Love is that which makes us transcend ourselves"

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the future.

hering_david: All the cool kids in school have the Ingeborg Bachmann spiral notebook

RandolphPitts: As far as novels of the past 70 years are concerned, no list is complete without the novels of the Todesarten Projekt by Ingeborg Bachmann.

blankspace977: The poetics of Ingeborg Bachmann.

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the submarine.

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the patient.

dreamsofbeing_: "He would like to burrow under the earth like a bulb, like a root, to where it is still warm. To hibernate with his thoughts and feelings. To remain silent with a shrivelling mouth." —The Thirtieth Year. Ingeborg Bachmann. Translated by Michael Bullock.

dreamsofbeing_: “speak across borders even if borders pass through every word” (Ingeborg Bachmann)

BadyMinck: Happy that our HANNAH ARENDT partner MATCH FACTORY has acquired the worldsales rights for BACHMANN & FRISCH by Margarethe von Trotta. Actually we are shooting in Zurich, where the writer Max Frisch lived, next will be Rome, where the poet Ingeborg Bachmann lived for many years.

GeorgeAddison87: Correction: turns out this is a biopic of Ingeborg Bachmann, DIRECTED by Margarethe Von Trotta (that ambiguous headline!), so... even better. Although I always wondered what Nina could do with the role.

_ryanruby_: The Berliner Fenster (BVG TV) rules because between the ads and the sports coverage and the news and celebrity gossip and movie trailers a morbid Ingeborg Bachmann quote suddenly pops up on the screen

silicone_angel: finishing up a girls story by Annie ernaux then I’m finally going to read malina by ingeborg Bachmann w my lover

gplewis: “Once one has survived something then survival itself interferes with understanding, and you don't even know which lives came before and which is your life of today, you even mix up your own lives.” ― Ingeborg Bachmann, Malina

armenotti: Nostalgia? No, something else, sometimes an inexplicable sadness. Ingeborg Bachmann, from Word For Word in “Three Paths To The Lake: Stories” [translated by Mary Fran Gilbert]

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the corpse.

seventydys: between roses and shadows Ingeborg Bachmann, ‘Shadows Roses Shadow’, tr Peter Filkins

parisreview: “In the Storm of Roses,” Ingeborg Bachmann -

ojalart: “In the Storm of Roses,” Ingeborg Bachmann -

cc_colton_novel: In the Storm of Roses Wherever we turn in the storm of roses, thorns illuminate the night. And the thunder of a thousand leaves, once so quiet on the bushes, is right at our heels. Ingeborg Bachmann

mobiquotes: perhaps you know that Ingeborg Bachmann poemfrom the last years of her life that begins"I lose my screams"dear Antigone,I take it as the task of the translatorto forbid that you should ever lose your screams

Cineuropa: Margarethe von Trotta is shooting her biopic of author Ingeborg Bachmann about her passionate romantic relationship with Swiss author Max Frisch, titled BACHMANN & FRISCH, with the lead role to be played by Vicky Krieps

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the service.

jryangeer: After This Deluge After this deluge I would like to see the dove, and nothing but the dove, saved once more. For I'd perish in this sea! if she didn't fly away, if she didn't bring back, in the last hour, the leaf. -Ingeborg Bachmann

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the format.

umutdaima: Ingeborg Bachmann | In the Storm of Roses

d_umadlpisani: Ingeborg Bachmann: A Kind Of Loss.

trishhalligan: Dipping in and out of this incredible collection of poems by Ingeborg Bachmann (published by Zephyr Press 2019) Her poems are as relevant now as when they were written. They're bleak, but with little match - flares here and there - of hope as well as a love of the natural world.

dreamsofbeing_: "The tremulous anxiety, the high tension hovering over this city and presumably everywhere has almost completely abated here, and schizothymia, the world’s schizoid soul, its crazy, gaping split, is healing itself imperceptibly." (Malina, Ingeborg Bachmann; tr. Philip Boehm)

colinphoenix: ‘Why was everything so terrible and so beautiful.’ Ingeborg Bachmann, ‘Ein Wildermuth’ ©️Bill Domonkos

stargould: Nina and I are both quite taken by Ingeborg Bachmann's "Malina" (pub 1971, trans from German by Philip Boehm) Image: Brown pitbull dog rests paw on open book

dreamsofbeing_: “Probably no one believes any more that writing literature takes place outside of the historical situation—that even a single writer exists whose starting point isn't determined by the conditions of the time.” (Ingeborg Bachmann, Werke)

FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the second.

holdengraber: “Why was everything so terrible and so beautiful.” ~ Ingeborg Bachmann, from “Ein Wildermuth”

cielosueloastro: "You were, when I met you, both things for me: the sensuous and the spiritual. That can never come asunder…" -Paul Celan in a letter to Ingeborg Bachmann me and who.....

aquotebot: “I am writing with my burnt hand about the nature of fire.” –Ingeborg Bachmann

Hypocrite_fleur: Who knows of a better world should step forward. ... the dream of returning home in the dream of armament, in the dream of returning home. Ingeborg Bachmann - I know no Better World Tr. Perer Filkins

Louise_Salome_: Nostalgia? No, something else Sometimes an inexplicable sadness.  ~ Ingeborg Bachmann ~ Three Paths to the Lake © Paul Cupido ~ Sonata

ugentbiblio: Text Mining the “Talk of Literature” Surrounding the Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis: A Case Study in...

gayle_dallas: Cy Twombly Your words, follow me! and are we already further gone too far, go again go on, there's no end. It doesn't light up. The word will only draw other words sentence the sentence. —Ingeborg Bachmann “your words”

mknz: “Neither speaking nor remaining silent without reason, or taking a stand on the ground either of hope or despair. She has scorned lesser reasons for speaking.” Christa Wolf writing about Ingeborg Bachmann in The Reader and the Writer.

mariawollburg: Ingeborg Bachmann is 90% hot and 60% crazy, which places her in the date zone

__seab: just learned about the Ingeborg Bachmann-Henry Kissinger affair. Deep in my denial stage of grief right now

holdengraber: “Harder days are coming. The deferred time becomes visible on the horizon. [...] Don't look back. Lace your shoe. Chase the dogs back. Throw the fish into the sea. Put out the lupines! Harder days are coming.” ~ Ingeborg Bachmann, “The Deferred Time”

AsiyaMiya: I have often thought that "Corona" is your most beautiful poem, it is the most perfect anticipation of a moment where everything becomes marble and exists forever. But here it is not my "time". . . Ingeborg Bachmann in a letter to Paul Celan dated June 24, 1949

FKittlerbot: There is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the software.

lefreemanmills: The Meticulous One

magistrabeck: Paul Celan letter to Ingeborg Bachmann, Oct. 31st/Nov.1st, 1957:

waielashry: "I have a new volume of poems coming out ... in some of them i have taken a rather 'inartistic' path ... The document of a crisis, if you like-- but what would poetry be if it were not that too, and radically so?" -Paul Celan, letter to Ingeborg Bachmann, 09-21-63 (tr. W. Hoban)

waielashry: "I keep thinking again and again, but always in this language in which I no longer have any faith, in which i no longer want to express myself. Take care, dear Paul." -- Ingeborg Bachmann, Letter to Paul Celan, 3 Sept. 1959 (trans. Wieland Hoban)

holdengraber: 'You are the reason for living, not least because you are, and will remain, the justification for my speaking' ~ Paul Celan, Died on this day, in 1970 [From a Letter to Ingeborg Bachmann]

WoeToChorazin: The summer's heavy cargo has been loaded, waiting in the harbor a sun ship lies, as at your back the seagull dips and cries. The summer's heavy cargo has been loaded. – Ingeborg Bachmann, "The Heavy Cargo"

ElizGeo: To read her life alongside her art is to hear her speak of how love can turn to ashes in one’s mouth.

gayle_dallas: Cy Twombly Your words, follow me! and are we already further gone too far, go again go on, there's no end. It doesn't light up. The word will only draw other words sentence the sentence. —Ingeborg Bachmann “your words”

gayle_dallas: Sarah Moon “Almost mute, almost still hearing the call. Come. Just once. Come.” —Ingeborg Bachmann

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BadyMinck: Shooting Start of BACHMANN & FRISCH a film by Margarethe von Trotta, which tells the story of Ingeborg Bachmann, the radical Austrian writer and literary legend, shows how she lived and loved without compromise, following the motto "Truth is reasonable for man".

pathsnottaken: antigonick olacak, ‘perhaps you know that Ingeborg Bachmann poem from the last years of her life that begins “I lose my screams” dear Antigone, I take it as the task of the translator to forbid that you should ever lose your screams’

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FKittlerbot: The billion-dollar business called software is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the system.

q_and_s_net: To me, a book is a book. A novel is a novel, and you have hundreds of possibilities, options, and they may all be fine. Charles Dickens or Ingeborg Bachmann, Claude Simon or later writers. The one and only condition is that it has to be good: it has to have quality, substance, at

FKittlerbot: There is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the network.

swansballet: "I already belonged to him before a word was said" Ingeborg Bachmann, from Malina

mknz: “Beckett’s I loses itself in a mumble, and it is even suspicious of its own mumbling, but the urge to talk persists nevertheless; resignation is impossible.” - Ingeborg Bachmann, The Third Frankfurt Lecture

FKittlerbot: There is nothing more beautiful under the sun wrote Ingeborg Bachmann from the dioxide.



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