Thomas Bernhard place us face to the accomplished fact:: the narrator''s friend, the distinguished biologist Roithamer, is now hanging from the branch of a tree. He bequeaths all his writings to his friend, the narrator, which is undertaking the classification of these handwritten notes in the attic Hollër, where his friend would flee to write and think quiet. The task is arduous, but the narrator maintains a cadence of hell for us to communicate the message of the deceased. The gesture of fatal Roithamer follows that of her sister who committed suicide too, it has not supported the view of this house special called Cone that the biologist has designed and built exclusively for her, open woods , in what would be the ideal site for her, but she has not supported to see what Cone is uniquely designed and has preferred to himself. Is this an excuse enough to commit suicide? Here lies the heart of the whole issue. And biologist engineering? Why was he hanged? The reasons for Roithamer beings as his sister and himself are not always the good reason that people believe, because the pain is so deep from these beings that no one could locate it with certainty. But Thomas Bernhard has made suicide one of the main themes of all his work fiction. It gives us a new light here to enlighten us a little more on the irreparable, it sticks to the facts and is very careful in its descriptions. The scenery is fabulous, but it''s always in such places as the worst tragedies happen, "said Bernhard. How do you explain that? Some beings are not good at happiness. They carry within them the seeds funestre suicide and no one was able to pass judgement on them. Barely dares there to talk about it. Thomas Bernhard does suggest zero émotionLe great charm and the beauty of nature, this does neither happiness nor of Roithamer than her sister.