Fräulein Niemand Tomek Tryzna

ISBN: 9783442725007

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Fräulein Niemand  by  Tomek Tryzna

Fräulein Niemand by Tomek Tryzna
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Kurz vor dem Hauptschulabschluß wechselt Marysia die Schule, der Vater hat in der Stadt einen besseren Job gefunden. Das Mädchen vom Lande freundet sich mit der Aussenseiterin Kasia an. Doch dann bricht Kasia plötzlich den Kontakt ab, und die schöneMoreKurz vor dem Hauptschulabschluß wechselt Marysia die Schule, der Vater hat in der Stadt einen besseren Job gefunden.

Das Mädchen vom Lande freundet sich mit der Aussenseiterin Kasia an. Doch dann bricht Kasia plötzlich den Kontakt ab, und die schöne Ewa aus neureichem Elternhaus, die weiß, wie man Geld ausgibt und Männer um den Verstand bringt, wendet sich Marysia zu.

Für Marysia tut sich eine vollkommen neue Welt auf...--------------------------------------------------------------Coming-of-age novels dont get much darker than Tomek Tryznas debut, Miss Nobody. Beginning in blood and ending in betrayal, this tale of a young Polish girls journey from innocence to all-too-painful experience limns a searing portrait of adolescence.

Tryznas protagonist, 15-year-old Marysia Kawczak, moves from her small village to the big city of Walbrzych where she finds herself living in a housing project. This country cousin soon gets taken under the wings of two very different peers: the musically inclined Kasia and the precociously sexual Eva.

If Kasia represents the spirit in this novel, Eva undoubtedly embodies the flesh and all its temptations- not surprisingly, the two girls dislike each other and Marysia is increasingly torn between them. Told from Marysias point of view, the novel is a mélange of dreams, fantasies, and perhaps even hallucinations, as when Tryznas heroine steps into the woods on the day she menstruates for the first time and finds a young man lying on the path skewered by a spear.

Gripping the spear, he wriggles his body, like hes trying to climb up.... He sees me. He begs pitifully, Little girl, please help me. Pull this out of me. I cant do it alone. Please, pull it... Though the symbolism gets laid on a bit thick from time to time, Miss Nobody is a promising first effort from a novelist were sure to encounter again. --Margaret Prior



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