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The books by Ulrike Edschmid based on facts. Most (or all?) her figures, sometimes, only with your initials named, have real role models. But none of the impression of privacy is, because of all the intimacy that exists between author and character is not always, anything in the sense of delivering. She looks at the people who populate her novels, very carefully, but from an unusual angle. They developed theories about them. Delicate are drawn the figures, discreetly, so carefully constructed, as they were invented.
The writer as Involved
The title of your novels and short stories to tell in their scarcity is exactly what it's about: "woman with a gun. Two stories from terrorist times“. "The lover of my mother." "The Disappearance of Philip S.". "A man falls". You could call the sober, clinging to the word is not some Uninvolved, and this is not the literature by Ulrike Edschmid explicitly. Ulrike Edschmid is Involved. She is in her books. As A Child. As A College Student. As A Beloved. Than Abandoned. As A Dressmaker. As A Mother. As A Woman.
Is what makes them so autobiographical, or at least auto-fiction Writing? There are reminder texts? Yes, because what you are told, has taken place in your life. But your books mean novels with full rights. Because your Writing is by the own Person all the way through to the other, to you, to arrive. With her mother and her lovers, at Werner, Clean, your significant other, the "movement 2. June“ followed, and in a Parking lot was shot and killed. In the case of your man who fell for the renovation of your apartment, which was their home, of the head, and over the years, a piece of freedom of movement reclaimed. Your books are named after these people, because it is not you yourself, to your Writing. She is only of interest in so far as these other due to their connection contour win. You need yourself as a character in order to create the figures, which are more important to her.Updated Date: 10 July 2020, 03:19