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Canetti

Elias. 1905--94, British novelist and writer, born in Bulgaria, who usually wrote in German. His works include the novel Auto da Fé (1935). Nobel prize for literature 1981
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Dans ses voyages entre Paris, la Bulgarie et Berlin, Canetti cultivait un gout pour la culture et l'art.
The Church prevents this from happening, observes Canetti, by discouraging communication between worshippers.
However, Canetti said there are signs that the growth of imports, notably automobiles, may be picking up.
SPECIAL GIFT: Chantelle Rushworth (15, left) and Erin Ashmore-Marsh (11) present the cheque to Bella Canetti (two) and her dad Daniel of Little Hearts Matter, with students of 7G looking on (PW201213Acheque-01)
Canetti structures the novel as an oral confession of the life of a young woman.
Whether Berg ever did plan an opera on Canetti's novel Auto-da-Fe or not, or whether Canetti was making it up, or whether Jonke concocted the whole exchange, the fact is that Canetti was given to exactly the kind of unattractive self-aggrandizement that makes his assertions in "Continents Kept Hidden" plausible both biographically and autobiographically.
Wilson described Canetti as an "odd-bod" who was driven by what he saw as the perpetual societal snubbing of "everybody's favorite refugee, a Central European intellectual with an untested literary pedigree and a vague reputation for something or other.
Elias Canetti (United Kingdom, 1905-1994) wins the Nobel Prize for Literature "for writings marked by a broad outlook, a wealth of ideas and artistic power.
De hecho, en su estilo caracteristico, Canetti se vera a si mismo como un compuesto de Fernando de Rojas, Cervantes y el propio Quevedo.
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Based on a philosophical reading of literary texts from Hesiod's minimal "chaos" (261) to Hesse's elaborate "allegory" (265), through engaging discussions about Aeschylus, Derrida, Schmitt, Hofmannsthal, Lukacs, Benjamin, Nietzsche, Canetti, and Weber, the unpolitical involves the overcoming of the political.
Precisamente, al resenar el entusiasmo de Hitler por superar los monumentos arquitectonicos mas significativos de la historia de la humanidad, Speer recuerda lo siguiente: "Su pasion de construir para la eternidad lo llevo a desinteresarse totalmente de las estructuras de la comunicacion, las urbanizaciones y las areas verdes: la dimension social le era indiferente" (en Canetti 1981, 231).