Sunday, November 16, 2014

HANDKE & THE NY TIMES DEFICIENCIES

THE BASIS FOR A PIECE THAT I AM DOING ON THE SUBJECT OF DEFICIENCIES OF 
THE
 NY TIMES ARTS SECTION


THE NY TIMES & PETER HANDKE , 

THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS!

The NY  Times failure to cover and inform its readers of Peter Handke winning the

 IBSEN PRIZE for DRAMA 

http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2014/09/knausgard-laudatio-of-handke-ibsen-price.html


http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2014/09/celebrating-handkes-ibsen-prize.html


http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2012/07/peter-handke-plays-in-english.html


http://handke-yugo.blogspot.com/2014/09/yvind-bergs-attack-on-handke.html


alerted me 

not only to a number of other recent lacunae
 of obvious importance

i.e.


failure on the book review’s part

to review 
STORM STILL
http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2011/08/still-storm-introductory-thoughts-on.html
http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2011/08/directors-view-of-forever-storm.html
http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2011/08/handke-immmer-noch-sturm-still-storm.html
http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2011/08/background-material-for-still-storm.html
http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2014/06/still-storm-discussion.html
http://handke--revista-of-reviews.blogspot.com/2011/08/immer-noch-sturm-still-storm-stormy.html
https://plus.google.com/photos/106505819654688893791/albums/5640738175153983697

FAILURE TO TAKE ANY NOTE OF THE PUBLICATION OF 

“VOYAGE BY DUGOUT”
BY PERFORMINNG ARTS JOURNAL
http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2010/06/voyage-by-dugout-play-that-came-out-of.html

failure of the Arts Pages to cover

the avignon festival
http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2013/07/par-les-villages-avignon-handkes.html
or to take note of the U.S. publication 
of
“walk about the villages”
http://handke-drama.blogspot.com/2010/06/walk-about-villages-ueber-die-doerfer.html

failure of the Arts Pages to cover

the muelheim prize
https://www1.muelheim-ruhr.de/kunst-kultur/theater/stuecke/handke%252C_peter/1137

but, also, once again, to the by and large shoddy reviews that his work has received during these mounting years
 famously 
eeeeggrrrreeggggeeious
were the NY Times review of Handke
MY YEAR IN THE NO-MAN'S BAY

http://handke--revista-of-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/05/my-year-in-no-mans-bay-niemandsbuch-t.html

of
The Afternoon of a Writer
and of 
Crossing the Sierra del Gredos.

http://handke--revista-of-reviews.blogspot.com/2011/12/der-bildverlust-sierra-del-gredos.html

http://handke--revista-of-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/05/essay-on-juke-box-daniel-gutmann-etc.html

all of which amounts to a comment on the culture

its provinciality
where scarcely a single other non-U.S. playwright
except the occasional Brit 
seems to be worth mentioning
  
I will detail these, basing myself on the complete list

http://handke-trivia.blogspot.com/2014/11/handke-ny-times-deficiencies.html


in 

as it were Poundian fashion

in due course



BELOW YOU WILL FIND LINKS TO ALL PIECES IN THE NY TIMES THAT DEAL WITH HANDKE, GOING BACK TO 1966 (A PETER WEISS QUOTE FROM PRINCETON GRUPPE 47 IS THE FIRST MENTION) AND, I NOTED JUST NOW, THAT I MYSELF, IN 1967 - FOR THE BOOK REVIEW - DID A PIECE FROM THE BOOKFAIR - WRITTEN THE NIGHT  AFTER AT THE TIMES OFFICE IN BERLIN - WHERE I MENTION "DER HAUSIERER" - HAD COMPLETELY FOROTTEN ABOUT THAT. 

MY PIECE WILL BE CRITICAL OF THE COVERAGE AND THE EDITORIAL POLICIES AND, GENERALLY, CRITICAL OF THE QUALITY OF THE REVIEWERS. FEW HAPPY SURPRISES & A LOT OF HORROR STORIES!

 WHAT TICKED ME OFF JUST NOW WAS THAT AUNTIE COULDN'T EVEN MENTION HANDKE'S RECEIVING THE IBSEN PRIZE! 


 AND THIS PAPER OF RECORD CLAIMS TO HAVE A THEATER SECTION! 

Upshots from a single-minded decadeS long focus!


Publishers and Politics; Publishers and Politics

Of equally great interest was "Der Hausierer" ("'The Panhandler"), a second novel by 25-year-old Peter Handke, who became famous in Germany with his play ...
November 5, 1967 - By MICHAEL ROLOFF - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "Publishers and Politics; Publishers and Politics"http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9506E1D6173CE731A25756C0A9679D946691D6CF

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9902E0DF173EE034BC4051DFB466838B669EDE
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9D05E1DA1530E73BBC4A51DFB566838A669EDE
BONDY

1070

New Books

Kaspar and Other Plays, by Peter Handke, translated by Michael Roloff (Farrar, Straus Giroux, .95; paperbound, Sl.95). Mr. Jack and the Greenstalks, by Gene ...
February 28, 1970 - Article - Print Headline: "New Books"


    1. European Notebook

    ... the highly publicized--and widely discussed Peter Handke, contains only 128 pages. In the last two years Switzerland's Peter Bichsel has been recognized as ...
    September 13, 1970 - By MARC SLONIM - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "European Notebook"
    1. Berlin Stage Fete: Some Highlights

    Back in the West, the list of new German-language plays is largely of Austrian origin: plays like "Quodlibet" by Peter Handke and a macabre birthday party for a  ...
    October 13, 1970 - By IRVING WARDLE Special to The New York Times - Article - Print Headline: "Berlin Stage Fete: Some Highlights"
    1. About nothing and everything, which is nothing; Efraim's Book

    We find this hall-of mirrors construction in Uwe Johnson, Peter Handke and others. But Andersch manipulates it with an ease and unpretentiousness that are  ...
    October 25, 1970 - By JORN SIMON - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "About nothing and everything, which is nothing; Efraim's Book"
    1. THE WEEK'S OPENINGS

    Keene Curtis acts a magician, among other roles, in Peter Handke's free- wheeling play. The Lincoln Center Repertory production opens Thursday at the Forum ...
    January 9, 1972 - ARTS AND LEISURE - Article - Print Headline: "THE WEEK'S OPENINGS"
    1. The Theater: Peter Handke's 'Ride Across Lake Constance'; Drama ...

                 
    To say I didn't understand Peter Handke's play "The Ride Across Lake Constance ," which opened at the Forum Theater last night would be to underestimate ...
    January 14, 1972 - By CLIVE BARNES - Article - Print Headline: "The Theater: Peter Handke's 'Ride Across Lake Constance'; Drama by German Is at the Forum Air of Charades Infuses Reality                 of Plot"
    1. Talent Festival

    Based on a novel to be published here next month by Peter Handke, the film is tile most ambitious and most successful of the museum series so far, a beautifully  ...
    March 11, 1972 - By VINCENT CANBY - Article - Print Headline: "Talent Festival"
    1. Fiction, A Tabloid of Fiction

    The first issue contains stories by Max Friseh, John Hawkes, Stanley Elkin, Anthony Kerri. gan, Peter Handke, ls Simckes, Jean Goldschmidt, Rosalyn Drexler, ...
    April 16, 1972 - By MARK J. MIRSKY - BOOK REVIEW - Article - Print Headline: "Fiction, A Tabloid of Fiction"
    1. London: Soho's Almost Free Theater

    Recently the troupe staged *'Offending tire Audience,'' by tile young Austrian               playwright (or anti-playwright) Peter Handke, whose play has achieved almost ...
    April 17, 1972 - By BERNARD WEINRAUBSpecial to The New Times - SPORTS - Article - Print Headline: "London: Soho's Almost Free Theater"
    1. The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick; By Peter Handke ...

    Peter Handke is a young Austrian writer, best known for his plays, which have been variously described as audacious, clever, brilliant, pretentious, fraudulent, ...
    May 21, 1972 - By FRANK CONROY - Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick; By Peter Handke. Translated by Michael Roloff. 133 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $6.95. Goalie's Anxiety"
    1. A Selection Of Recent Titles

    Peter Handke. (Farrar, Straus Giroux. $6.95.) The week-long experiences of a former soccer goalie are related in straight descriptive prose in this first novel by a ...
    June 4, 1972 - Book review - Article - Print Headline: "A Selection Of Recent Titles"
    1. A Literary Troublemaker

    By Peter Handke. Translated by Michael Roloff. 133 pages. Farrar, Straus Giroux. $6.95. For six years -- ever since he publicly insulted some of Germany's most ...
    June 8, 1972 - By RICHARD LOCKE - Article - Print Headline: "A Literary Troublemaker"
    1. Diary of a Madman The Diary of a Madman

    NOVEMBER 30, 1971: Rehearsals start for new Peter Handke play. The time seems ripe to explore the devious and brilliant mind of the feigning enfant terrible  ...
    July 16, 1972 - By JULES IRVING, director, the Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center - Article -Print Headline: "Diary of a Madman, or How to Build a Classical Theater on $5 a Day; Diary of a Madman The Diary of a Madman"
    1. Zurich: Frisch's Best-Selling 'Diary'

    Peter Handke, the writer from the Austrian provincial town of Graz, from which many talents have lately emerged, has now reached the mature age of 30.
    August 7, 1972 - By FRANCOIS BONDYSpecial to The New York Times - Article - Print Headline: "Zurich: Frisch's Best-Selling 'Diary'"
    1. Arrabal's Theater of Panic:; " . . . the fantasies of Don Quixote, the...

                 
    ... I can think of only one -Heathcote Williams -who would be properly classified as avant-garde. In Germany, there are Peter Handke and Rainer Fassbinder.
    December 3, 1972 - By Charles Marowitz - Magazine - Article - Print Headline: "Arrabal's Theater of Panic:; " . . . the fantasies of Don Quixote, the nightmares of Alice, the anxieties of K, and the humanoid dreams that haunt the nights of IBM machines""
    1. 1972: A Selection of Noteworthy Titles

    Peter Handke. (Farrar,, Straus Giroux. $6.95.) The week-long experiences of a former soccer goalie are related in straight descriptive prose in this first novel by a ...
    December 3, 1972 - BOOK REVIEW - Article - Print Headline: "1972: A Selection of Noteworthy Titles"
    1. Briefs on the Arts; Britain Lifts Ban On Warhol Film Government Gets ...

                 
    ... presents its opening perform-, ager, will present as guest ance of "Kaspar," by Peter of honor Gloria Caruso, the Handke, tonight at 7:30. ..,; tenor s daughter.
    February 6, 1973 - Special to The New York Times - Article - Print Headline: "Briefs on the Arts; Britain Lifts Ban On Warhol Film Government Gets 2 Rare Mementos Marginalia: Course By Jose Quintero Met to Honor Caruso With 'Aida'"
    1. Bertolucci Is All Tangoed Out; THE OPENINGS Bertolucci Is All ...

    The Chelsea Theater Center In a play by Peter Handke. Bertolucci Is All Tangoed Out By GUY FLATLEY Bertolucci Is All Tangoed Out Continued From Page I ...
    February 11, 1973 - By GUY FLATLEY - AL - Article - Print Headline: "Bertolucci Is All Tangoed Out; THE OPENINGS Bertolucci Is All Tangoed Out"
    1. In 1990 Will We Still Go Out to the Movies?

    N..k " KASPAR" -- Christopher Lloyd acts him in Peter Handke's play through March 4 at the Chelsea Theater Center in Brooklyn's Academy of Music.
    February 11, 1973 - By SHERRY SONNETT - AL - Article - Print Headline: "In 1990 Will We Still Go Out to the Movies?; In 1990 Will We Still Go Out to the Movies?"
    1. Entertainment Events Today; Theater Opera Concerts Dance Film

    WARP, a science felton work by Bury St. Edmund and Stuart Gordon. At the Ambassador, West 49th Street, at 7. KASPAR, a play by Peter HandkePerformed by ...
    February 14, 1973 - Article - Print Headline: "Entertainment Events Today; Theater Opera Concerts Dance Film"
    1. News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day

    Page24 "Kaspar," play by Peter Handke, bows. Page26 Two albums from Coward musicals. Page 26 "Caro: The Fatal Passion," by Blyth, is reviewed. Page 35 ...
    February 16, 1973 - Article - Print Headline: "News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day"
    1. Theater: Handke's 'Kaspar' Is Staged in Brooklyn; The Cast

    The more I see and read of Peter Handke the more and more ready I am to accept the common European view that he is one of the most important young ...
    February 16, 1973 - By CLIVE BARNES - Article - Print Headline: "Theater: Handke's 'Kaspar' Is Staged in Brooklyn; The Cast"
    1. Yes, This Is Handke, But Very Good Handke; Very Good Handke

    FOR "Kaspar," now being performed at the Chelsea Theater Center in Brooklyn, Austrian dramatist Peter Handke has taken the celebrated case of a "wild child" ...
    February 25, 1973 - By WALTER KERR - AL - Article - Print Headline: "Yes, This Is Handke, But Very Good Handke; Very Good Handke"
    1. The New Plays; The New Plays

    KASPAR, a play by Peter Handke, translated by Michael Roloff, got two favorable reviews (Barnes, Times; Gottfried, Women's Wear), two mixed (Watt, News;.
    February 25, 1973 - AL - Article - Print Headline: "The New Plays; The New Plays"
    1. A Friendly 'Mrs. Spook' Gives Funds for 'Kaspar'

    Kaspar," Peter Handke's critically acclaimed play about a mute boy's struggle with language, has had a week added to its limited engagement at Brooklyn's ...
    March 3, 1973 - Article - Print Headline: "A Friendly 'Mrs. Spook' Gives Funds for 'Kaspar'"
    1. ' The Hot I Baltimore' Shares Obie Award With 'River Niger'

    Samuel Beckett's "Not I" and Peter Handke's "Kaspar" were named distinguished foreign plays. Twelve actors and actresses were honored for distinguished ...
    May 23, 1973 - Article - Print Headline: "' The Hot I Baltimore' Shares Obie Award With 'River Niger'"
    1. Mr. Astaire Should Know; Mr. Astaire Should Know

    Christopher Lloyd scarcely needed to be called to anyone s attention in PeterHandke's '!Kaspar." He was playing Kaspar. But he had been given, behind his ...
    June 3, 1973 - By WALTER KERR - AL - Article - Print Headline: "Mr. Astaire Should Know; Mr. Astaire Should Know"
    1. Today's TV; Saturday Tuesday Thursday NIGHTTIME PROGRAMS ...

                 
    CAMERA THREE: Peter Handke: Theater and Ideas" Part I (5)Flintstones (7)hr Pufnstuf (9)Rex Humbard (1I)F Troop 11:30 (2)Face the Nation: Israeli Prime ...
    October 28, 1973 - AL - Article - Print Headline: "Today's TV; Saturday Tuesday Thursday NIGHTTIME PROGRAMS DAYTIME MOVIES Afternoon Evening Morning Friday Afternoon Morning Monday-Friday Morning Afternoon Monday Wednesday Evening DAY TIME PROGRAMS"
    1. Today's TV; Afternoon DAYTIME MOVIES Friday Evening Saturday ...

                 
    Handke: Theater and Ideas" Part 2 (5)Flintstones (7)hr Pufnstuf (9)Rex Humbard ()F Troop Lloyd ... Fred Astaire, Jane Powell, Peter Lawford, Sarah Churchill.
    November 11, 1973 - AL - Article - Print Headline: "Today's TV; Afternoon DAYTIME MOVIES Friday Evening Saturday DAYTIME PROGRAMS Afternoon Morning Thursday Afternoon Wednesday Evening Morning Monday-Friday Tuesday Monday NIGHTTIME PROGRAMS"
    1. Article 2 -- No Title; Peter Brook's Theater

    `The Complete Truth Is Global' Peter Brook, the renowned British director .... We also ex- with a play by the young German author Peter Handke, "Kaspar," ...
    January 20, 1974 - AL - Article - Print Headline: "Article 2 -- No Title; Peter Brook's Theater"
    1. Book Ends

    The Austrian writer of Hank Aaron's previous high of three), Eva alienation,Peter Handke, has a new novel Braun, James Dean, Pierpont Morgan (Cass "Short ...
    August 18, 1974 - BR - Article - Print Headline: "Book Ends"
    1. The Making of Modern Drama; A Study of Buchner, Ibsen, Strindberg ...

                 
    Ibsen, Strindberg, Chehhov, Pirandello, Brecht, Bechett, Handke. ... Chekhov, Pirandello, Brecht, Beckett and the young Austrian playwrightPeter Handke.
    September 8, 1974 - By THOMAS R. EDWARDS - BR - Article - Print Headline: "The Making of Modern Drama; A Study of Buchner, Ibsen, Strindberg, Chekhov, Pirandello, Brecht, Beckett, Handke. By Richard Gilman. 292 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $8.95."
    1. Books of The Times The Secret Places Others Analyzed

    Others Analyzed Analyzing Bbchner, Ibsen, Strindberg, Chekhov, Pirandello, Brecht, Beckett and Peter Handke as the most effective of the last 100 years; Mr.
    September 12, 1974 - By ANATOLE BROYARD - Article - Print Headline: "The Drama of Consciousness; Books of The Times The Secret Places Others Analyzed"
    1. Short Letter, Long Farewell; By Peter Handke. Translated by Ralph...

                 
    Above all, Peter Handke is an original protagonist receives a short, flat farewell note from his wife ("I am in New York. Please don't look for me. It would not be ...
    September 15, 1974 - By JOHN ROCKWELL - BR - Article - Print Headline: "Short Letter, Long Farewell; By Peter Handke. Translated by Ralph Manheim. 166 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $7.95."
    1. Recently Published Books; FICTION GENERAL

    Peter Handke, translated by Joan-The Reluctant Kennedy, by Ralph Manheim ( Farrar, Straus Lester David (Funk Wagnalls, Giroux, $7.95). An Austrian. $6.95).
    September 23, 1974 - Article - Print Headline: "Recently Published Books; FICTION GENERAL"
    1. Tom Long Farewell Black Mafia Corrections Phaze Out Cohabitation

                 
    To the Editor: On behalf of Ralph Manheim, the translator of Peter Handke'snovel "Short Letter, Long Farewell," I would like to correct a misapprehension in ...
    September 29, 1974 - SUSAN GENSELWENDELL WRAYTHOMAS A. STEWARTWALLACE STEGNERPATRICIA W. BELDING - BR - Article - Print Headline: "Letters To the Editor; Tom Long Farewell Black Mafia Corrections Phaze Out Cohabitation"
    1. Antaeus Magazine

    Peter Handke, Thomas mcguane and Alexander The. roux. Most of the three dozen writ- ers gathered here were once considered avant-garde or ex- perimental ...
    October 20, 1974 - By J. D. O'HARA - BR - Article - Print Headline: "Antaeus Magazine"
    1. 1974: A Selection Of Noteworthy Titles; Autobiography & Biography...

                 
    Peter Handke. (Farrar, Straus. $7.95.) A novel by the highly acclaimed young Austrian novelist. "For those who respond to complex ana clever artifice, Handke  ...
    December 1, 1974 - BR - Article - Print Headline: "1974: A Selection Of Noteworthy Titles; Autobiography & Biography Current Affairs Essays & Criticism Fiction Family Crisis History Sociology, Science, Philosophy & Religion Poetry Music Sports Young Readers Watergate"
    1. Book Ends

    "5anya" by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's first whe, Natalya Reshetovskaya andPeter Handke's "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams." . Biographical subjects include Judy ...
    March 2, 1975 - International Economic Survey - Article - Print Headline: "Book Ends"
    1. Nominees for National Book Awards Listed

    Ibsen, Strindberp, Chekhov, Pirandelio: Brecht, Beckett, Handke". by Richard Gliman (Farrar. .... "Life Is Elsewhere" by Milan Kundera, by PeterKussl (Knppf).
    March 17, 1975 - By THOMAS LASK - Article - Print Headline: "Nominees for National Book Awards Listed"
    1. New Books; FICTION

    A Sorrow Beyond Dreams: A Life Story, 6y Peter Handke translated by Ralph Manheim (Farrar, I Straus Grroux, $5.95). Of a mother s suicide. i Bertolt Brecht's  ...
    April 18, 1975 - Article - Print Headline: "New Books; FICTION"
    1. A Sorrow Beyond Dreams; The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum

    Almost everything appears to separate Heinrich Boll and Peter Handke: age, experience, preoccupations. Boll is German and was born in 1917, Handke is ...
    April 27, 1975 - By MICHAEL WOOD - International Economic Survey - Article - Print Headline: "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams; The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum"
    1. Selected Vacation Reading List; Autobiography & Biography

    A SORROW BEYOND DREAMS. Peter Handke. (Farrar. $5.95.) The best young writer in the German language today thinks about the suicide of his mother.
    June 1, 1975 - Article - Print Headline: "Selected Vacation Reading List; Autobiography & Biography"
    1. Editors' Choice

    Depressing conclusions about civil-service morality as revealed by case studies of principled resignations. A SORROW BEYOND DREAMS. by Peter Handke.
    June 1, 1975 - Article - Print Headline: "Editors' Choice"
    1. 1975: A Selection Of Noteworthy Titles

    Peter Handke. (Farrar. 35.95.) The .best young writer fin the German language today thinks about the suicide of his mother. SPECIAL ENVOY: Ta Churchill and  ...
    December 7, 1975 - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "1975: A Selection Of Noteworthy Titles"
    1. Editors' Choice 1975

    Doctorow 'Random House. $8.95 A SORROW BEYOND DREAMS By PeterHandke Farrar, Straus Giroux. 35.95 EDITH WHARTON By rwb Lewis Harper Row.
    December 28, 1975 - The New York Times Magazine - Article - Print Headline: "Editors' Choice 1975"
    1. Chelsea Theater Center Facing Financial Crisis; Acclaim and ...

    ... Jean Gen2t's "The Screens," Heathcote Williams's "AC/DC," Imamu Amiri Baraka's "Slave Ship;' Peter Handke's "Kaspar" and David Storey's "The Contractor.
    January 26, 1976 - By MEL GUSSOW - Article - Print Headline: "Chelsea Theater Center Facing Financial Crisis; Acclaim and Awards One Dollar"
    1. A daughter's memories; Generations

    ... Eudoru Welty's "The Optim Reynolds Price's latest book is '"fhe Surface of Earth ," fist s Daughter," Peter Handke's "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams"; and the impulse ...
    March 14, 1976 - By REYNOLDS PRICEIllustrations from "Generations." - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "A daughter's memories; Generations"
    1. pen Elects Carlisle President

    Ralph Manheim won. the Goethe House-pen translation award for the best translation from the German for his rendering of Peter Handke's "A Sorrow Beyond ...
    June 7, 1976 - Article - Print Headline: "P.E.N. Elects Carlisle President"
    1. Brustein on Theater

    ... with its playwrights, particularly those who, like Beckett, Bond, andHandke in ... John Pasquin (not to mention Andrzej Wajda, Ron Daniels, andPeter Brook ...
    September 5, 1976 - By ROBERT BRUSTEIN - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Brustein on Theater"
    1. Book Ends

    Current titles include poems by Peter Handke, a collection of essays on sex differences (which Mr. Roloff announced had just been taken by five book clubs),  ...
    November 14, 1976 - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "Book Ends"
    1. Critic's Notebook: Comments, Not Complaints, About Broadway, Mr...

                 
    It was there that New York had its first taste of Peter Handke. It was there that we saw Friedrich Diirrerunatt's "Play Strindberg." Oddly enough, Mr. Papp has ...
    December 8, 1976 - By CLIVE BARNES - Westchester Weekly - Article - Print Headline: "Critic's Notebook: Comments, Not Complaints, About Broadway, Mr. Papp and the Irish; Sabbath Band: Blue Monday"
    1. Publishing: A Pioneer at Road's End

    ... "The Savage God" by A. Atvarez, "Catholics" by Brian Moore, "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams" by Peter Handke, 'The Lives of the Children" by George Dennison, ...
    December 27, 1976 - By HERBERT MITGANG - Westchester Weekly - Article - Print Headline: "Publishing: A Pioneer at Road's End"
    1. Len Cariou Will Star In Peter Handke Play

    Len Cariou, who recently completed his role opposite Elizabeth Taylor in "A Little Night Music,"-which was filmed in Austria, has returned to New York to star in ...
    January 4, 1977 - Article - Print Headline: "Len Cariou Will Star In Peter Handke Play"

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    1. Publishing: A Pioneer at Road's End

    ... "The Savage God" by A. Atvarez, "Catholics" by Brian Moore, "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams" by Peter Handke, 'The Lives of the Children" by George Dennison, ...
    December 27, 1976 - By HERBERT MITGANG - Westchester Weekly - Article - Print Headline: "Publishing: A Pioneer at Road's End"
    1. Len Cariou Will Star In Peter Handke Play

    Len Cariou, who recently completed his role opposite Elizabeth Taylor in "A Little Night Music,"-which was filmed in Austria, has returned to New York to star in ...
    January 4, 1977 - Article - Print Headline: "Len Cariou Will Star In Peter Handke Play"
    1. Films; Opening This Week

    FILM FORUM-Films by Wim Wended and Peter Handke. 15 Vandam it. Thur.- Sun., 7:70. GARY GRANT-The middle Years. 1977 19W. Carne9lo Hall Cinema ...
    January 9, 1977 - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Films; Opening This Week"
    1. Events Today

    THE GOALIE S ANXIETY AT THE PENALTY KICK, directed by Wim Wonders; by Peter Handke, at the Film Forum. ' Dance. AMERICAN BALLET THEATER, Csly ...
    January 13, 1977 - Sports - Article - Print Headline: "Events Today"
    1. Screen: 'The Goalie's Anxiety'; Lonely Madness

    For, as we learn in Wim Wenders's superlative screen version of Peter Handke's novel "The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick," Josef Bloch has been ...
    January 14, 1977 - By VINCENT CANBY - The Weekend - Article - Print Headline: "Screen: 'The Goalie's Anxiety'; Lonely Madness"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide; Arts & Leisure Guide

    Roundabovt Stave One, 777 W. 27J St. 7160) Opens Wed. A SORROW BEYOND DREAMS-A theater piece by Austrian Peter Handke. subtitled "A Lilo Story: ...
    January 16, 1977 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Arts & Leisure Guide"
    1. Superb 'A Sorrow Beyond Dreams,' Dramatic Monologue About ...

    The death of a mother. That and nothing else is the subject matter and the focus of a wonderfully dramatic monologue by Peter Handke called "A Sorrow Beyond  ...
    January 17, 1977 - By CLIVE BARNES - Article - Print Headline: "Superb 'A Sorrow Beyond Dreams,' Dramatic Monologue About Suicide"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide

    Golden, 252 W. isih St. ICI 6-6710) -Peter Sheller's play about a stable Dor wao .... Sf. (919-202D) THE SORROW 6 DREAMS-A Dr Peter Handke. translated by ...
    January 23, 1977 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Arts & Leisure Guide"
    1. STAGE VIEW; Uninspired Ibsen And Utterly Unexpected Handke

    Earlier in the same week I'd seen Peter Handke's "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams" during its limited (and already concluded) engagement as part of the Phoenix ...
    January 30, 1977 - WALTER KERR - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "STAGE VIEW; Uninspired Ibsen And Utterly Unexpected Handke"
    1. Alone on Stage With a Ghost; 'Sustained Emotional Pitch' A ...

    He is now appearing in "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams," an elegiac, one-hour one- character play adapted from the book by Peter Handke, and, he said, "I never felt  ...
    February 11, 1977 - By MEL GUSSOW - Weekend - Article - Print Headline: "Alone on Stage With a Ghost; 'Sustained Emotional Pitch' A Regional Reputation Fascinated by the Material"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide

    Peter Shutter's "L:" has accommodated the artistry of three major stars who have ..... 19892D20) A SORROW BEYOND DREAMS-pctef Handke's play in which ...
    February 20, 1977 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Arts & Leisure Guide"
    1. FILM VIEW; Sometimes The Decor Is the Thing

    Wim Wenders's superlative film adaptation of Peter Handke's novel, "The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick; ' looks to have been photographed entirely on ...
    February 27, 1977 - VINCENT CANBY - Article - Print Headline: "FILM VIEW; Sometimes The Decor Is the Thing"
    1. 'Heaven and Earth' a Play of Life

    In "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams," Peter Handke, facing his mother's suicide, tries to comprehend the meaning or the meaninglessness of her existence. In "Heaven ...
    March 26, 1977 - By MEL GUSSOW - Article - Print Headline: "'Heaven and Earth' a Play of Life"
    1. FILM VIEW; The New Movie --Cool and Disorienting

    They are full of unmistakable emotions-love, sorrow, ,dread,confusion. Wim Wenders's screen adaptation of Peter Handke's "The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty ...
    May 22, 1977 - VINCENT CANBY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "FILM VIEW; The New Movie --Cool and Disorienting"
    1. New Face: Christopher Lloyd; A Real 'Happy End'

    He scored a particular success in 1973 as the inarticulate hero of Peter Handke's "Kasper," also a Chelsea production. The soft-spoken actor credits much of his ...
    June 24, 1977 - By ROBERT BERKVIST - Travel - Accent on The Sun - Article - Print Headline: "New Face: Christopher Lloyd; A Real 'Happy End'"
    1. Books of The Times

    If I am impatient inside Peter Handke's new novel, is it my fault or is it PeterHandke's? "Something has happened to me, I can t doubt it any more," said Antoine ...
    June 24, 1977 - By John Leonard - Travel - Accent on The Sun - Article - Print Headline: "Books of The Times"
    1. At the Movies; Black Director Puts the Accent On Entertainment

    ... which has been written by Henry Edwards and stars Peter Frampton, the Bee ... "The Scarf Letter" and "False Movement," with a screenplay by Peter Handke.
    July 29, 1977 - Guy Flatley - New Jersey Weekly - Article - Print Headline: "At the Movies; Black Director Puts the Accent On Entertainment"
    1. Intendedly Inauthentic; Intendedly Inauthentic

    THE Austrian, Peter Handke, who writes poetry, novels, plays and memoirs, is concerned with a familiar subject--the loss of authenticity or innocence.
    July 31, 1977 - By LEONARD MICHAELS - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "Intendedly Inauthentic; Intendedly Inauthentic"
    1. Man's Despair, and Hope

    Against this background, pessimism is often a certificate of spiritual integrity and intellectual in the work of Franz Kafka, Samuel Beckett, Peter Handke, Harold ...
    September 3, 1977 - By Eric Bentley - Article - Print Headline: "Man's Despair, and Hope"
    1. Film Festival: 'American Friend' Tops Day's Fare

    Mr. blenders describes "Ttie American Friend" as "an entertainment film," by which, I assume, he means that unlike, say, his fine, icy adaptation of PeterHandke's ...
    September 24, 1977 - By VINCENT CANBY - Article - Print Headline: "Film Festival: 'American Friend' Tops Day's Fare"
    1. ilm Festival: 'American Friend' Tops Day's Fare

    Mr. blenders describes "Ttie American Friend" as "an entertainment film," by which, I assume, he means that unlike, say, his fine, icy adaptation of PeterHandke's ...
    September 24, 1977 - By VINCENT CANBY - Article - Print Headline: "Film Festival: 'American Friend' Tops Day's Fare"
    1. FILM VIEW; This Festival Could Turn Out To Be a Real Smash FILM ...

    ... whose first film to be seen here, "The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick," probably owed as much of its success to the Peter Handke screenplay (and novel ) ...
    September 25, 1977 - VINCENT CANBY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "FILM VIEW; This Festival Could Turn Out To Be a Real Smash FILM VIEW Film Festival"
    1. At Frankfurt Fair, Eyes Are on Books With 'Legs'

    Peter Handke, the Austrian novelist who lives in France, is published by Farrar, Straus Giroux. His "The Left-Handed Woman," printed in Germany last fall, his ...
    October 12, 1977 - By HERBERT MITGANG - Article - Print Headline: "At Frankfurt Fair, Eyes Are on Books With 'Legs'"
    1. EUROPE; Europe

    What one now hears much of is what Peter Handke was the first to call "the new inward-: ness," a dispensation whose welcome effect has been to set writers ...
    December 4, 1977 - by John Sturrock - International Economic Survey - Article - Print Headline: "EUROPE; Europe"
    1. A SELECTION OF NOTEWORTHY TITLES:; Autobiography ...

    (Doubleday. $10.) A novel based on the trial of Leo Frank in Atlanta, Ga. in 1913. A MOMENT OF TRUE FEELING. Peter Handke. Translated By Ralph Manheim.
    December 4, 1977 - International Economic Survey - Article - Print Headline: "A SELECTION OF NOTEWORTHY TITLES:; Autobiography & Biography"
    1. FILM VIEW; The German Renaissance--No Room for Laughter or...

    This is the feeling one takes away from Wim Wenders's remarkable film adaptation of Peter Handke's "The Goalie's Anxiety at, the Penalty Kick," perhaps the ...
    December 11, 1977 - VINCENT CANBY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "FILM VIEW; The German Renaissance--No Room for Laughter or Love FILM VIEW"
    1. German Films Are Subsidized

    Recently, Peter Handke's "The Left- Handed Woman," adapted from his own novel, was a recipient of Curatorium money. There is movie money to be reaped;  ...
    December 11, 1977 - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "German Films Are Subsidized"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Rare Ibsen Star Soloists ...

    "Under Peter Mark Schilter's direction, a thoroughly sound and sensitive company ..... is Howard Brenton's political drama, the second a play by PeterHandke.
    December 11, 1977 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Rare Ibsen Star Soloists Couturiers Grass Roots Theater Broadway Now Previewing Off Broadway Off Off Broadway Tristate Dance Film Opening This Week Recent Openings Special Series Music Opera Metropolitan Other Jazz In Concert In the Clubs Pop/Folk/Rock In Concert Arts and Leisure Guide In the Clubs Art Galleries Uptown Group Shows Galleries 57th St. Group Shows Galleries SoHo Group Shows Other Museums Photography Group Shows Miscellany Poetry Readings"
    1. Theater; Dance Film Music

    Jonathan Hadary, Sfephanle Gordon, "Under Peter Mark Schifler's direction. a ..... is Howard Brentan's political drama, the second a play by Peter Handke.
    December 18, 1977 - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Theater; Dance Film Music"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Dance Panorama West...

    KASPAR-A play by Peter Handke, presented by New York Paradox and by David J. Yakfr. Nat Horne, 440 W.42d St. (736?712B) Opens Wed. (prey. Tues.) ...
    January 1, 1978 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Dance Panorama West Siders Meet For the Young at Art New York, New York" Theater Opening This Week Broadway Now Previewing Off Broadway Off Off Broadway Tristate Dance Film Recent Openings Special Series Music Opera Jazz Pop/Folk/Rock Art Galleries Uptown Galleries 57th St. Arts and Leisure Guide Galleries SoHo Other Museums Photography Miscellany Lectures Poetry Readings"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Ribman Revival ...

    "Under Peter Mark Schifter's , a Ihoroughly sound and sensitive company does ..... is a politi cal drama by Howard Brenton: the lat tar is Peter Handke's play.
    January 15, 1978 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Ribman Revival Retrospective Duos Theater Film Opening This Week Dance Music Art Galleries Uptown Arts and Leisure Guide Photography Miscellany"
    1. 2 Young Foreign Playwrights Are Introduced in Double Bill

    SELF-ACCUSATION, by Peter Handke, by i. ... The second half of the double bill is "Self-.4," a "speakin" or :c, by Peter Iiandke, as translated by Michael Roloff.
    January 17, 1978 - By MEL GUSSOW - Article - Print Headline: "2 Young Foreign Playwrights Are Introduced in Double Bill"
    1. THE LITERARY VIEW; Books About to Be Books

    ... Gail Godwin, Shelby Hearon, Loyd Little, James Purdy, Peter Handke, Isaac Bashevis Singer (who will also be represented with an autobiography this spring) , ...
    January 22, 1978 - By Richard R. Lingeman - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "THE LITERARY VIEW; Books About to Be Books"
    1. Max Frisch Considered; Literary View Authors' Queries

    ... Now Praise Famous Men," George Orwell's "Down and Out in Paris and London," Peter Handke's "A Sorrow Beyond Dreams," or Max Frisch's " Sketchbooks"?
    March 19, 1978 - By Francine du Plessix Gray - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "Max Frisch Considered; Literary View Authors' Queries"
    1. Letter From Vienna; Vienna

    Addiction to the authentic has, of course, always distinguished Peter Handke. Quite possibly it would not have developed so powerfully in him had he not been  ...
    May 7, 1978 - By FREDERIC MORTON - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "Letter From Vienna; Vienna"
    1. BOOK ENDS; Poor Richard's Almanac JUNE JULY AUGUST

    Fiction: "The Left-Handed Woman" by Peter Handke, "Picture Palace" by Paul'I' heroux. Genernl: "1 America" by Garry Wills, "Illness as Metaphor" by Susan ...
    June 4, 1978 - By Richard R. Lingeman - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "BOOK ENDS; Poor Richard's Almanac JUNE JULY AUGUST"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide; Theater Dance Film Music Of Special ...

    Music by Peter Schickele, Robert Dennis and Stanley Walden; ..... 17 White St. ( 869-3530) THE RIDE ACROSS LAKE CONSTANCE-Peter Handke'splay, ...
    June 11, 1978 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Theater Dance Film Music Of Special Interest Salute to Robeson Time for Dine Ballet Blaska Al Fresco Opera Arts and Leisure Guide Art Photography Miscellany"
    1. Books of The Times; New Novel by Handke A Brilliant Impatience...

    I read this quotation from John Updike's review of Peter Handke's last novel on the dust wrapper of "The Left-Handed Woman," and I wondered whether this ...
    June 17, 1978 - By ANATOLE BROYARD - Article - Print Headline: "Books of The Times; New Novel by Handke A Brilliant Impatience Fatiguing Progression"
    1. Sleeping Beauty as a Housewife

    BACK in 1966, the then 24-year old Peter Handke made a triple debut, more or less simultaneously: he published his first novel, produced his first play, and ...
    June 18, 1978 - By ERNST PAWEL - The New York Times Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "Sleeping Beauty as a Housewife"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide; Theater

    Book by Peter Masterson and Larry L. King: musical score by Carol Hall. ..... THE RIDE ACROSS LAKE CONSTANCE-Paler Handke's play, directed by Matthew ...
    June 18, 1978 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Theater"
    1. THEATER Musicals Reprised

    On Oct. 18, "They Are Dying Out," by Peter Handke, is to join the repertory. The third play and its opening date are yet to be selected. "Broadway Tonite!" devised  ...
    August 19, 1979 - By HASKEL FRANKEL - Connecticut Weekly - Article - Print Headline: "THEATER Musicals Reprised"
    1. Yale Repertory to Open 14th Season Oct. 5

    lowed by new plays by Peter Handke and Athol Fugard and a production of Shakespeare's "Timon of Athens. Mr. Guare's play, a farcical examination of family ...
    September 11, 1979 - Science Times - Article - Print Headline: "Yale Repertory to Open 14th Season Oct. 5"
    1. Fall Entertainment Season: Bright as a Leaf

    This year s season opened with John Guare's "Bosoms and Neglect," to be joined in repertory next Thursday by the American premiere of Peter Handke's " They ...
    October 14, 1979 - By ELEANOR CHARLES - Connecticut Weekly - Article - Print Headline: "Curtain Rising on a Rich Season; Fall Entertainment Season: Bright as a Leaf"
    1. New Playwrights Take Center Stage

    Tuesday, a young American playwright, Peter Parnell, makes his New York .... which launched Bernard Pomerance's "The Elephant Man"), Peter Handke's "A ...
    October 21, 1979 - By ROBERT BERKVIST - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Where New Playwrights Take Center Stage; New Playwrights Take Center Stage"
    1. Opening This Week; Broadway

    Book DY Peter Masfenon and Larry L. King; musical score by Carol Hall. ..... directed by Steven Robman: Me latter play by Peter Handke, directed by Karl Weber ...
    October 28, 1979 - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Opening This Week; Broadway"
    1. Theater: 'Dying Out' By Peter Handke; Fading Business

    the contrast between what we say and what we do-- are essential elements in the theater of Peter Handke. In "They Are Dying Out," a tantalizing new play of ...
    November 1, 1979 - By MEL GUSSOW - The Home Section - Article - Print Headline: "Theater: 'Dying Out' By Peter Handke; Fading Business"
    1. What's Doing in NEW HAVEN

    ... and "They Are Dying Out," the American premiere of a play by Peter Handke on mass marketing and its big-business creators. Monday through Friday 8 pm, ...
    November 4, 1979 - By JAY WALZ - Travel - Article - Print Headline: "What's Doing in NEW HAVEN"
    1. Connecticut/This Week; ART MUSIC & DANCE THEATER FILM ...

    NEW HAVEN--Yale Repertory Theater, "Bosoms and Neglect," by John Guare, 8 pm Monday and Wednesday; "They are Dying Out," by Peter Handke, 8 pm ...
    November 4, 1979 - Connecticut Weekly - Article - Print Headline: "Connecticut/This Week; ART MUSIC & DANCE THEATER FILM LECTURES CHILDREN MISCELLANEOUS SPORTS IN WESTCHESTER"
    1. STAGE VIEW; Two Plays That Challenge as They Entertain

    The published version of Peter Handke's play, "They Are Dying Out," now having its American premiere at the Yale Repertory Theater, begins with a prefatory ...
    November 11, 1979 - MEL GUSSOW - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "STAGE VIEW; Two Plays That Challenge as They Entertain"
    1. STAGE VIEW; For the 'Serious' Theatergoer

    musical.comedy buff and the man who hurries all the way to ' Brooklyn to see what Peter Handke's been up to are, really, one and the same person. In each ...
    December 16, 1979 - WALTER KERR - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "STAGE VIEW; For the 'Serious' Theatergoer"
    1. Events Today; Theater Films Music Dance Cabaret

    Films THE WOMAN, a German film with English subtitles, directed by PeterHandke, of the Cinema Studfo2 Theater. Music METROPOLITAN OPERA ...
    April 2, 1980 - The Living Section - Article - Print Headline: "Events Today; Theater Films Music Dance Cabaret"
    1. STAGE VIEW; An Auspicious Beginning For Lloyd Richards at Yale...

    os Mr. Richards next turned to the international repertory, to Peter Handke, one of the world s foremost theatrical experimentalists, and a new play, "They Are ...
    April 6, 1980 - MEL GUSSOW - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "STAGE VIEW; An Auspicious Beginning For Lloyd Richards at Yale STAGE VIEW An Auspicious Start for Lloyd Richards at Yale"
    1. Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Rite of Spring Joffrey ...

    "Under Peter Merk Schlfter's direction, a round and company does ample to Mr. ..... LEFT HANDED WOMAN--A Ger mnn film DY Peter Handke about a mer reed  ...
    April 13, 1980 - Edited by ANN BARRY - Arts & Leisure - Article - Print Headline: "Arts and Leisure Guide; Of Special Interest Rite of Spring Joffrey Gala Tribute Patrons Theater Recent Openings The Blood Knot The Haggadah I Ought To Be in Pictures Tristate Dance Film Music Arts and Leisure Guide Art Photography"
    1. Screen: German 'Knife in the Head'; Meditation on Survival

    He may also be seen currently in Peter Handke's "The lefthanded Woman," though he was more prominently employed in Eric Rohmer's "The Marquise of O, " ...
    April 23, 1980 - By VINCENT CANBY - The Living Section - Article - Print Headline: "Screen: German 'Knife in the Head'; Meditation on Survival"
    1. Long Island This Week; ART MUSIC & DANCE SPORTS FOR ...

    ... Dutch film, Thursday; all 8 pm; Peter Handke's "The Left-Handed Woman," li premiere 8, 10:30 pm Friday, Saturday: New Community Cinema, 923 Park Ave.
    November 9, 1980 - Long Island Weekly - Article - Print Headline: "Long Island This Week; ART MUSIC & DANCE SPORTS FOR CHILDREN MOVIES THEATER MEETINGS & TALKS MISCELLANEOUS"
    1. Sage of Sam Shepard; SHEPARD

    While suggesting the influence of Europeans like Brecht, Beckett and PeterHandke, Shepard has parlayed the myths of American popular culture--the Old West, ...
    November 23, 1980 - By Robert Coe - The New York Times Magazine - Article - Print Headline: "Sage of Sam Shepard; SHEPARD"
    1. THE AMERICAN SHORT STORY: AN UNTOLD TALE

    The best foreign stories--those of Argentina's Jorge Luis Borges, Colombia's Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Italy's Italo Calvino and Austria's Peter Handke--are ...
    November 30, 1980 - By Anita Shreve - The New York Times Magazine - Article - Print Headline: "THE AMERICAN SHORT STORY: AN UNTOLD TALE"
    1. STAGE - 'BIG AND LITTLE/SCENES' BY BOTHO STRAUSS ...

    ... more interesting to contemplate than to experience and less adventurous than works by Mr. Strauss's peers such as Peter Handke and Franz ...
    October 23, 1983 - By MEL GUSSOW - Theater - Article - Print Headline: "STAGE: 'BIG AND LITTLE/SCENES' BY BOTHO STRAUSS"
    1. BOOKS OF THE TIMES

    THE WEIGHT OF THE WORLD. By Peter Handke. Translated by Ralph Manheim. 243 pages. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. $16.95. FOR fullest ...
    July 12, 1984 - By Walter Goodman - Books - Article - Print Headline: "BOOKS OF THE TIMES"
    1. Handke Theater Piece

    ''Self-Accusation,'' a theater piece by the Austrian playwright Peter Handke, will be presented for the next three weekends by the Women in ...
    January 9, 1987 - The New York Times - Theater - Article - Print Headline: "Handke Theater Piece"
    1. BRIDES OF THE REICH

    In ''A Sorrow Beyond Dreams,'' written in response to his mother's suicide,Peter Handke tells of her excitement at age 20 following the arrival ...
    January 3, 1988 - By ROBERT JAY LIFTON,Robert Jay Lifton's most recent books are the ''The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide'' and ''The Future of Immortality: And Other Essays for a Nuclear Age.'' - Books - Article - Print Headline: "BRIDES OF THE REICH"
    1. Review/Film; The Rage of Angels, According to Wim Wenders - New ...

    In a screenplay written by the director with Peter Handke, his earlier collaborator ( on ''The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick''), the angels ...
    April 29, 1988 - By JANET MASLIN - Movies - Article - Print Headline: "Review/Film,The Rage of Angels, According to Wim Wenders"
    1. CRIMINAL PURSUITS

    And Peter Handke, the acclaimed Austrian novelist and playwright, said in 1975, ' 'Not since Dostoyevsky has an author been so generous with ...
    June 12, 1988 - By Joan Dupont,Joan Dupont, a writer living in Paris, reports frequently on the arts. - Magazine - Article - Print Headline: "CRIMINAL PURSUITS"
    1. New & Noteworthy

    The Austrian novelist Peter Handke is known for his fictional meditations on the uneasy relationship between language and reality. These three ...
    July 10, 1988 - By GEORGE JOHNSON - Books - Article - Print Headline: "New & Noteworthy"
    1. AUSTRIA WITHOUT AUSTRIANS

    REPETITION By Peter Handke. Translated by Ralph Manheim. 246 pp. New York : Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $18.95. Peter Handke is an Austrian, ...
    August 7, 1988 - By DAVID PRYCE-JONES,David Pryce-Jones's most recent novel is ''Afternoon Sun,'' which is set in Austria, where he was born. - Books - Article - Print Headline: "AUSTRIA WITHOUT AUSTRIANS"
    1. Critic's Notebook; American's First Film Is Top Cannes Winner - New ...

    He was named best director last year for ''Wings of Desire,'' which was written by Peter Handke, the German novelist, screenwriter and ...
    May 24, 1989 - By VINCENT CANBY, Special to The New York Times - Movies - Article - Print Headline: "Critic's Notebook,American's First Film Is Top Cannes Winner"
    1. Donald Barthelme Is Dead at 58; A Short-Story Writer and Novelist...

    Among Europeans, he named Peter Handke, Thomas Bernhard and Italo Calvino . The writers he admired, he said, included Stephane ...
    July 24, 1989 - By HERBERT MITGANG - Obituaries - Article - Print Headline: "Donald Barthelme Is Dead at 58,A Short-Story Writer and Novelist"
    1. Donald Barthelme Is Dead at 58; A Short-Story Writer and Novelist...

    Among Europeans, he named Peter Handke, Thomas Bernhard and Italo Calvino . The writers he admired, he said, included Stephane ...
    July 24, 1989 - By HERBERT MITGANG - Books - Article - Print Headline: "Donald Barthelme Is Dead at 58,A Short-Story Writer and Novelist"
    1. Books of The Times; Author Rises Briefly From His Typewriter - New ...

    The Afternoon of a Writer By Peter Handke Translated by Ralph Manheim. 87 pages. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $14.95. Peter Handke's latest ...
    August 28, 1989 - By Herbert Mitgang - Books - Article - Print Headline: "Books of The Times,Author Rises Briefly From His Typewriter"
    1. HE WALKS ALONE

    THE AFTERNOON OF A WRITER By Peter Handke. Translated By Ralph Manheim. 86 pp. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $14.95. It is sad ...
    September 3, 1989 - By LINDA SIMON,Linda Simon, the author of biographies of Alice B. Toklas and Thornton Wilder, is director of the Writing Center at Harvard University. - Books - Article - Print Headline: "HE WALKS ALONE"
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      1. Handke's Afternoon

      To the Editor: In her review of Peter Handke's book ''The Afternoon of a Writer'' ( Sept. 3), Linda Simon seemed bemused by the author's ...
      October 1, 1989 - The New York Times - Books - Article - Print Headline: "Handke's Afternoon"
      1. Review/Theater; Tyrannical As Ever, 'Margarida' Returns - New York ...

      ... polemics and the metaphorical insights are one-dimensional - in contrast to Peter Handke's ''Offending the Audience,'' among other plays.
      February 16, 1990 - By MEL GUSSOW - Theater - Article - Print Headline: "Review/Theater,Tyrannical As Ever, 'Margarida' Returns"
      1. Where's the Rest of Them?

      ... "David Copperfield," the Lawrence of "Sons and Lovers," and both PeterHandke and Harold Brodkey in their stories about a mother's death.
      April 7, 1991 - By Anne Hollander,Anne Hollander is the author of "Moving Pictures," a study of the sources for cinema in the history of art. - Books - Article - Print Headline: "Where's the Rest of Them?"
      1. In the Arts In Vienna, All Is Not Gemutlich

      ... Austria's foremost writer, Peter Handke. The piece, a two-hour mime exercise, was performed by Burgtheater forces at the festival's main site, ...
      May 12, 1992 - By JOHN ROCKWELL, - Arts - Article - Print Headline: "In the Arts In Vienna, All Is Not Gemutlich"
      1. Venice Fest: Peter Handke, David Mamet

      Is Peter Handke'snew film, "The Absence," a remake of a previous esoteric movie or a story that has never been told?Even the Austrian director ...
      September 12, 1992 - By Thomas Quinn Curtiss - Style - Article - Print Headline: "Venice Fest: Peter Handke, David Mamet"
      1. Ralph Manheim Is Dead at 85; Translator of 200 Major Works - New ...

      ... Martin Heidegger, Peter Handke, Louis-Ferdinand Celine, Hermann Hesse, Karl Jaspers, E. T. A. Hoffmann's "Nutcracker," Brothers Grimm ...
      September 27, 1992 - By BRUCE LAMBERT - U.S. - Article - Print Headline: "Ralph Manheim Is Dead at 85,Translator of 200 Major Works"
      1. Ralph Manheim, 85, Translator Of Major Works to English, Dies ...

      ... selected letters of Marcel Proust, Paul Klee, Martin Heidegger, Peter Handke, Louis-Ferdinand Celine, Hermann Hesse, Karl Jaspers, E. T. A. ...
      September 28, 1992 - By BRUCE LAMBERT - U.S. - Article - Print Headline: "Ralph Manheim, 85, Translator Of Major Works to English, Dies"
      1. Kurt Burnheim, 85, Literary Agent

      Among the authors Mr. Bernheim helped introduce to this country were Hermann Hesse, Peter Handke and the psychologist Alice Miller.
      June 10, 1994 - The New York Times - Obituaries - Article - Print Headline: "Kurt Burnheim, 85, Literary Agent"
      1. What Does It Mean to Be Tired?

      PETER HANDKE first came to my attention in the early 1970's as the young Austrian "anti" author. He was attacking everything: postwar ...
      August 21, 1994 - By Sven Birkerts - Books - Article - Print Headline: "What Does It Mean to Be Tired?"
      1. BOOKS OF THE TIMES; In a Story of Inwardness, the Hero Is Always ...

      The Jukebox And Other Essays on Storytelling By Peter Handke Translated by Ralph Manheim and Krishna Winston. 167 pages. Farrar Straus ...
      September 7, 1994 - By MARGO JEFFERSON - Books - Article - Print Headline: "BOOKS OF THE TIMES,In a Story of Inwardness, the Hero Is Always the Self"

    But this spring he provoked a storm of criticism when he abruptly canceled a scheduled new play by the Austrian writer Peter Handke after Mr.
    July 24, 2006 - By ALAN RIDING,Compiled by Steven McElroy - Theater - Article - Print Headline: "Arts, Briefly,Actress to Run Com die-Fran aise"
    1. Dwarf Planet

    ... 2006); Times Select Content THE WAY WE LIVE NOW: 7-02-06: QUESTIONS FOR PETER HANDKE; Facing His Critics (July 2, 2006) ...
    September 10, 2006 - By WILLIAM SAFIRE - Magazine - Print Headline: "Dwarf Planet"
    1. Skin in the Game

    ... 2006); Times Select Content THE WAY WE LIVE NOW: 7-02-06: QUESTIONS FOR PETER HANDKE; Facing His Critics (July 2, 2006) ...
    September 17, 2006 - By WILLIAM SAFIRE - Magazine - Print Headline: "Skin in the Game"
2006); Times Select Content THE WAY WE LIVE NOW: 7-02-06: QUESTank You for Hating My BookIONS FOR PETER HANDKE; Facing His Critics (July 2, 2006) ...
July 12, 2006 - By KATHA POLLITT - Opinion - Print Headline: "Thank You for Hating My Book"

    1. Richard Gilman, Theater Critic, Dies at 83

      ... iconoclastic and the cryptic: the directors Jerzy Grotowski, Joseph Chaikin and Peter Brook; the playwrights Harold Pinter andPeter Handke.
      October 31, 2006 - By BEN BRANTLEY - Theater - Print Headline: "Richard Gilman, Theater Critic, Dies at 83"

      Wings of Desire - Theater - Review

      ... the playwright Peter Handke and Richard Reitinger), trimming and rearranging its densely patterned, elliptical and sometimes pretentious ...
      December 5, 2006 - By CHARLES ISHERWOOD - Theater - Print Headline: "Foolishly, an Angel Falls in Love and Rushes In ... and Up"

      Fiction by Leonard Michaels - Books - Review

      Though finally not as realized as Peter Handke's great memoir, “A Sorrow Beyond Dreams,” about his mother's suicide, “Sylvia” nonetheless ...
      June 10, 2007 - By MONA SIMPSON - Books / Sunday Book Review - Print Headline: "Proximity to Darkness"

      Crossing the Sierra de Gredos - Peter Handke - Books - Review ...

      Peter Handke's novel is about a banker hiking across the Iberian Peninsula to meet her biographer in La Mancha.
      August 19, 2007 - By NEIL GORDON - Books / Sunday Book Review - Print Headline: "Over the Hills and Far Away"
      Over the Hills and Far Away - Review

    CROSSING THE SIERRA DE GREDOS By Peter Handke. Translated by Krishna Winston.
    August 19, 2007 - By NEIL GORDON - Archive - Article - Print Headline: "Over the Hills and Far Away"
    1. The Bats - the Flea Theater

    ... Adam Rapp that had its premiere Friday, and Peter Handke's “Offending the Audience,” an experimental piece that opens in early January.
    November 11, 2007 - By MARK BLANKENSHIP - Theater - Print Headline: "Hard Work, No Pay, Stiff Competition"

    1. When Audiences Get In on the Act

      And the Flea Theater in TriBeCa is presenting Peter Handke's1966 play “ Offending the Audience,” famous for a finale that finds the actors ...
      February 10, 2008 - By CHARLES ISHERWOOD - Theater - Article - Print Headline: "When Audiences Get In on the Act"

      Nejla Y. Yatkin - Dance - Review

      In “Echoes of Hope for Those Still on the Ground,” set to music by Sheila Chandra and Jurgen Knieper, she enlisted the writing ofPeter Handke ...
      February 16, 2008 - By JENNIFER DUNNING - Arts / Dance - Article - Print Headline: "Solo Flight on Feathered Wings and Bare Back"
      Tom Stoppard - Edward Albee - Theater

    PETER: (After she goes — recognizing he had heard her) What? ... THE WAY WE LIVE NOW: 7-02-06: QUESTIONS FOR PETER HANDKE; ...
    February 18, 2008 - By BEN BRANTLEY - Theater - Article - Print Headline: "Language, the Muse That Provokes Stoppard and Albee"
    1. Maximum Security and a Starring Role

      ... Peter Handke, and even the tale of Pinocchio. Around 50 inmates are involved on a regular basis, some as actors, others behind the scenes.
      July 23, 2009 - By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO - Arts - Article - Print Headline: "Maximum Security, and a Starring Role"
      Herta Müller Wins the 2009 Nobel Prize for Literature

    The saddest thing about this selection is that some of Germany's far better writers, like Christa Wolf, Peter Handke, and Alexander Kluge now ...
    October 08, 2009 - By Motoko Rich - Arts

  1. Book Review - 'Don Juan - His Own Version,' by Peter Handke ...

    Peter Handke's novel of Don Juan ponders beauty and eternity — and it's not about sex.
    February 14, 2010 - By JOEL AGEE - Books / Sunday Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "Man of Constant Sorrow"

    Thomas Bernhard, the Alienator

    Despite this, Bernhard's international reputation has never solidified in the manner of a W. G. Sebald, Christa Wolf or Peter Handke, let alone ...
    December 24, 2010 - By DALE PECK - Books / Sunday Book Review - Article - Print Headline: "Thomas Bernhard, the Alienator"

    Emily Rapp's 'Still Point of the Turning World'

    The best of these — Jamaica Kincaid's “My Brother” and Peter Handke's “Sorrow Beyond Dreams” — aren't just sad stories; they're attempts to ...
    March 15, 2013 - By SARAH MANGUSO - Books / Sunday Book Review - Article -Print Headline: "Requiem"

    A Selection of Stage Productions Worldwide

    ... der Verirrten,” (Traces of the Lost) based on Peter Handke's2006 eponymous play. David Pountney is the director. www.musiktheater-linz.at.
    March 27, 2013 - Compiled by ELISABETH HOPKINS - Arts / Arts - Article - Print Headline: "Stage Guide"

    In Austria, the City of Linz's Bid to Get on Cultural Map

    Mr. Glass's new opera, based on a play by the Austrian writerPeter Handke, was scarcely less outlandish in its elaboration of an elliptical text.
    April 14, 2013 - By JAMES R. OESTREICH - Arts / Music - Article - Print Headline: "Flaunting The Spirit Of Support For the Arts"


'A Place in the Country,' by W. G. Sebald

    Campo Santo” is composed of a travelogue to Corsica, and Sebald's more scholarly work on peers like Peter Handke (written before Handke ...
    March 21, 2014 - By JOSHUA COHEN - Books - article - Print Headline: "Points of Departure"
    1. The Nobel Prize in Literature: A Year for Long Shots?

    Among the many foreign writers on the Ladbrokes Nobel list are Peter Handke, Milan Kundera, Nuruddin Farah, Umberto Eco, Margaret ...
    Oct. 7, 2014 - By DWIGHT GARNER - Books - article - Print Headline: "The Nobel Prize Waiting Game: A Year for Long Shots?"

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