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Abdul Ahad
Jul 18, 2022
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Peter Handke is an Austrian-born writer who mainly creates plays and novels. His works include the play "Offending the Audience", the novel "Sadness Beyond Dreams", "The Left-Handed Woman" and "The Fruit Thief". Wait. Although Peter Handke's works have not aroused widespread repercussions in Taiwan, he is an important German writer in the world. He was awarded the Büchner Prize for Literature in 1973, the Kafka Prize in 2009, and the International Exchange Award in 2014. The Bosen Prize, and even the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2019, shows the value and depth of his works. Goalkeeper Anxiety is a 1970 novel by Peter Handke. 1. Retelling the story "Goalkeeper's Anxiety" actor Bloch questions everything that is happening in the world "for granted", as Bloch himself said: "A person starts talking and already knows what he is going to say at the end of a sentence. something that made him suspicious" (p. 18). He believed that there was no such thing as a "natural" thing in the world, so when faced with someone who could "take for granted" wedding photo retouching services to communicate with words, gestures, and actions, he would always "be amazed" afterwards (p. 18). Bloch, however, is a contradictory being who, on the one hand, questions 'for granted', on the other hand often thinks that 'what he intended to say is known to all' (p. 38), as if the other party 'takes it for granted' "They must all know some perceptions of the world in his heart, as if he and the other party see the same world. It can be seen that Bloch still thinks that there are some things in his heart-the cognition of the world will be "natural" the same, but he does not know it, and the "joke" that Bloch makes in the book is also the same. Therefore, Bloch's "imagination" of the world often leads to "the misunderstanding" (p. 67), which creates "goalkeeper anxiety" about communication. In the midst of various misunderstandings in the world, Bloch kept thinking about a "natural" communication. In his eyes, the world is constructed from countless symbols—symbols used for communication. "As if obsessive-compulsive, one had to come up with a name for each object" and "every time an object came into view, the name immediately followed" (p. 86). Under such circumstances, Bloch, on the one hand, cannot be "taken for granted" and correctly interpret his own words and actions, and when he fails to achieve the expected response, he will feel inferior; on the other hand, when the outside world is excessively When interpreting his words and actions, what he
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