By Peter Handke
«No es para que nos contesten a una pregunta por lo que nos hemos puesto en camino, sino para que, en el silencio del lugar de los antiguos oráculos, cada uno descubra cuál es su pregunta».Con este designio, siete singulares peregrinos emprenden un iniciático «viaje al país sonoro», una búsqueda espiritual que, bajo distintas formas en diferentes culturas, ha constituido siempre el símbolo supremo de los angeles vida humana.En El juego de las preguntas, Handke propone que nos abramos al mundo por medio de una pregunta esencial, donde se incluyan todas las respuestas. Es el modo de indagación own que caracteriza toda su obra: averiguar cómo se relaciona el hombre, a partir de sí mismo, con todo su entorno. Cada mirada congela el mundo, lo fragmenta, lo analiza, lo devuelve en palabras (trocadas en eficaces herramientas). Una escritora cuya originalidad llega a las raíces del idioma. No hay libro nuevo de Handke que no constituya un acontecimiento.
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Patrice asked. Good as any, Ira said. Patrice nodded, then looked back at Julie. Nice to meet you, she said, and she swung around and started walking slowly back to the Institute. Five steps in, she wandered back onto the sensor track; she sped up to her goose-step pace, smashed through the front door, disappeared. Julie stood with the Bluecollar Review hanging against her hip, stared at the place where Patrice had disappeared. So that’s two of my prominent female relationships you’ve fucked up today, said Ira.
She could go back into the past, could find the place where it had all started to go wrong—the moment that had rippled outward in waves of causality, that had struck their father, that had floored their mother, that had kicked up Tabitha and Julie from the sea like some Joan Baez lyric: twin Venuses on the half-shell. Tabitha would fix all of that. She would twist time, save everything, make the world clean again without her. I finally know how to get outside of time, she said. She got out of the SUV—she had some trouble with the seat belt, her eyes were amazing.