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Über meine Bibliothek»A second shock of banality occurs to many people in my condition—that is, people who possess a fairly sizable library (large enough in my case that someone entering our house can't help but notice it; actually it takes up the whole place). The visitor enters and says, “What a lot of books! Have you read them all?” At first I thought that the question characterized only people who had scant familiarity with books, people accustomed to seeing a couple of shelves with five paperback mysteries and children's encyclopaedia, bought in installments. But experience has taught me that the same words can be uttered also by people above suspicion. It could be said that they are still people who consider a bookshelf as a mere storage place for already-read books and do not think of the library as a working tool. But there is more to it than that. I believe that, confronted by a vast array of books, anyone will be seized by the anguish of learning, and will inevitably lapse into asking the question that expresses his torment and his remorse.

»The problem is that when someone says, “Eco? You're the one who always answers,” you can reply with a little laugh and, at most, if you want to be polite, with “That's a good one!” But the question about your books has to be answered, while your jaw stiffens and rivulets of cold sweat trickle down your spine. In the past I adopted a tone of contemptuous sarcasm. “I haven't read any of them; otherwise, why would I keep them here?” But this is a dangerous answer because it invites the obvious follow-up: “And where do you put them after you've read them?” The best answer is the one always used by Roberto Leydi: “And more, dear sir, many more,” which freezes the adversary and plunges him into a state of awed admiration. But I find it merciless and angst-generating. Now I have fallen on the riposte: “No, these are the ones I have to read by the end of the month, I keep the others in my office,” a reply that on the one hand suggests a sublime ergonomic strategy, and on the other leads the visitor to hasten the moment of his departure.«

— Umberto Eco, How to Justify a Private Library, 1990

GruppenAncient China, Ancient History, Asian Fiction & Non-Fiction, Author Theme Reads, Books in 2025: The Future of the Book World, Erlesenes Deutschland, German Library Thingers, I Survived the Great Vowel Shift, Japanese Culture, Japanese Literaturealle Gruppen anzeigen

LieblingsautorenKōbō Abe, Inio Asano, Paul Auster, Alan Booth, Julio Cortázar, E. E. Cummings, Osamu Dazai, Max Frisch, Franz Kafka, Yasunari Kawabata, Donald E. Knuth, Gabriel García Márquez, Yukio Mishima, Shigeru Mizuki, Haruki Murakami, Cees Nooteboom, Fernando Pessoa, Jirô Taniguchi, Yoshihiro Tatsumi, Naoki Urasawa (Gemeinsame Favoriten)

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LieblingsbuchlädenBücherbogen am Savignyplatz, Bücherstube Marga Schoeller, Buchhandlung Anakoluth, Buchhandlung Walther König I, Buchladen zur schwankenden Weltkugel, Connewitzer Verlagsbuchhandlung Peter Hinke, DAS BUCH am Hackeschen Markt, Fundus, Grober Unfug, Internationaler Comicladen, Knesebeck Elf, Modern Graphics, comics & more, Yamashina, Japanische Buchhandlung

LieblingsbibliothekenZentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin, Haus Amerika-Gedenkbibliothek

LieblingslistenBooks Read in 2016, Japanese Literature

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Mitglied seitAug 22, 2006

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