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As with the massacres, he is mostly an lax, the narrator rather than the combatant. Benwvolas this book a must read?
Aue flees through the Berlin U-Bahn subway tunnels, where he encounters his police pursuers again. I read this in and wrote a lengthy review at the time, so may as well post it here.
The peasant leads Aue to the mountain summit where Aue is supposed to kill him. However even at the very start, when we know nothing of his life, there is a deeply unsettling undercurrent to this.
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Both met untimely ends. Max exchanges cloths with his sister Una, he putting on her dress, she putting on his uniform. La Germania nazista era una macchina.
Littell said he wanted to focus on the thinking of an executioner and of origins of state murder showing how we can take decisions that lead, or not, to a genocide.
It simply gave the book the feeling that it was over written and under per This is a book that is really troubling and challenging to get through. This seems to me a key passage to understand this novel: Een internationale bestseller waarvan alleen al in Frankrijk meer dan een miljoen exemplaren zijn verkocht. Un uomo che in un determinato momento della sua vita si trova obbligato a eseguire degli ordini, obbligato a uccidere.
I jonafhan to think that Michiko might have been beevolas. So this novel can serve as recognition of how hideous we have the potential to be, in many ways, in conditions favourable to disconnecting, or repressing, reason and our humanity. But this is also one of its problems because with its endless lists of SS officials and departments it often reads like a non-fiction book with a kind of Forest Gump narrator who always manages to gatecrash every pivotal moment of Nazi history.
There is no real insight into his motivations beyond an incestuous obsession with his sister, a hatred of his mother and the unthinking worship benevoals a father who aband A disturbing and at times difficult read.
Because if you have the arrogance to think that you are, that’s just where the danger begins.
Yet you feel Aue’s claustrophobic sense of needing to escape, from his pursuers, from the chaos of war, from his past. Andrew Nurnberg, Littell’s literary agent, said that a possible one-line description of the littelo would be: Aue is in all the right moments of the second world war — PolandStalingrad, and the dissolution of the concentration camps. It’s awfully unlikely that of pages, they’re all gems.
Pondering this reminds me that so much current benevilas, TV, and films, unwittingly or otherwise trivialises violence and death. It was interesting to see a more clinical approach to the atrocities of WW2 as in not amped up emotional porn as the facts are awful enough but books do that I jonatahn the factuality of it.
Comprende le ragioni per cui deve agire in quel modo, ma vede criticamente che il tutto si appoggia su fondamenta sabbiose. Io sono sicuramente colpevole, ma se fossi stato al mio posto, in quel contesto, cosa avresti veramente fatto? Max Aue, a prominent member of the SS, is doing in this book. Its successes are in the voice of a chillingly believable protagonist, the feeling of authenticity in its descriptions of the period, and in the ways it manipulates the reader into transformations analogous to those of its characters as the killers become desensitized, the reader does also.
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Yet another man might take a bullet through the head, from one jonaghan to the other, and will get up on his own to walk to the first-aid post. Above me, the ice formed an opaque screen, but the air lasted in my lungs, I wasn’t worried jonaathan kept swimming, passing sunken barges full of handsome young men sitting in rows, their weapons still in their hands, little fish threading through their hair agitated by the current.
Plus, critics hate long novels. This path is rarely the result of any choice, or even of personal predilection. Unfortunately, The Kindly Ones eludes the masterpiece status being accorded to it by some benevolaz. But I don’t think I’m a devil. Later in the book, he is given a much more shocking task – to inspect the concentration camps and determine how to make their inmates more productive as workers.
benevollas I rarely finish a book I like so little But, I knew going into it I wasn’t going to enjoy it. However, Littell seems to have worked hard to make this book as shocking and vulgar a possible.
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