Reviews

  • "Astonishingly original, a composition of strange new beauty"

    The Nation
  • "If against its own vision Correction offers us only a Teutonic injunction to take courage, we must do so from Bernhard's own example, from his determination to look more steadily than any who have come before into the perishing of the soul"

    Chicago Tribune
  • "Thomas Bernhard is one of the masters of contemporary European fiction. After Kafka's and Canetti's, his sensibility is one of the most acute, the most capable of exemplary images and gestures, in modern literature"

    Times Literary Supplement