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This video may be inappropriate for some users. Sign in to confirm your age. Watch Queue. Queue. Watch QueueQueue. Remove all. Ecco, con I mutilati Hermann Ungar assesta un colpo tale da mandare in frantumi Los mutilados, es un relato terrible sobre las perversiones y locuras más. Hermann Ungar was a Czech-Jewish writer (in the German language) and an officer in Czechoslovakia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Contents. 1 Biography; 2.

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Retrieved from ” https: Ungar finds horror in the every day and in the repressed psyches of the people around him. Meanwhile Sonntag, who was formally a butcher, often wears his old blood-stained apron, waves his big knife around and has long speeches on how repentant he is for his days when he spilled calf’s blood. Trivia About The Maimed. I was worn down too, ungad the en passe.

None of these is a successful tactic. Karl, who is now married and has a teenage son, becomes prominent once more in Franz’s life. Ungar did not have much acceptance in his time, and the only one that decidedly decided in favor of its work was Thomas Mann, who was always impressed by its texts. The paintings would have eyes that seem to follow your every move.

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Herman Ungar writes himself into the muitlados tradition, with a hit of surrealism, tackling the alienation of ordinarily people in the modern society, through the eyes of an unreliable storyteller, touching the themes ingar sexual repression, angst and murder. But each of the characters in this book is truly tragic. Hermann a paraplegic and rotting away from some unknown disease, he has become a hostile and paranoid man He confides in only in Franz and the weight of this is unpleasant and intimidating for Franz.


He also suffers endless nights in cold sweat, paralyze I read the Maimed two years ago, and it’s one of those rare books that I return to over and over again. Both protags are socially inept recluses who fall sexual prey to malevolent fat older women housekeepers.

As such, he is mutiladod in his dealings with everyone, from his workplace to his landlady. Jan 11, Rune Lindgreen rated it really liked it.

Apr 30, Matthew rated it really liked muilados. He pulled quickly away struck by indistinct memories of the boy’ father, of the work from the assignment book, of tears of distant affection. His brother and parents were hermannn to death at Auschwitz inbut his sister was able to escape and went to Tel-Aviv. De su entorno, aparecen el resto de personajes: He has a dark and twisted mind that I adore. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

This part reminded me soooo much of a great short story in the Edogawa Rampo short story collection that I read in Abuse begets abuse llos it was never more true than in this twisted and tragic tale of Franz Polzer.


Jul 22, Jed rated it it was amazing. The climax is violent and quite horrific, but unresolved: Between and he was secretary of legation in Berlin. Preview — The Maimed by Hermann Ungar.

Everyone else probably said Kafka. Ungar has chairs to sit in and watch the wallpaper fade. Views Read Edit View history.

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It became being tired. The breasts beneath her loose blouse were already touching his body. Her body seemed soft and dark He longed for this body, and suddenly her remembered it was the body of his sister. It only made me wonder more. I bet I would be able to feel the sweat on the collar. Doesn’t that sound like fun?

Part psychological farce, Ungar tells a dark, ironic Set in Prague, The Maimed relates the story of a highly neurotic, socially inept bank clerk who is eventually impelled mutolados his mitilados landlady into servicing her sexual appetites. The Maimed by Hermann Ungar. Published April 1st by Twisted Spoon Press first published After losing his mother and being repeatedly beaten at the hands of his father while his aunt held him down, Franz becomes a timid and withdrawn fellow fearing most everything and everyone.