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Trama dinfanzia This Novel Is A Testament Of What Seemed At The Time A Fairly Ordinary Childhood, In The Bosom Of A Normal Nazi Family In Landsberg.Returning To Her Native Town In East Germany Forty Years Later, Accompanied By Her Inquisitive And Sometimes Demanding Daughter, Wolf Attempts To Recapture Her Past And To Clarify Memories Of Growing Up In Nazi Germany


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  1. says:

    I cried while reading this novel Tears just kept flowing silently, and there was nothing I could do about it If you want to know what totalitarian states do to children, this novel will tell you, without sentimentality, without blame or anger, without self pity.For all those emotions are forbidden ground for a child who was taught the dogma of national socialism and F hrer personality cult from the age of 4, who believed in the truth of what she was told in the same way a child taught the I cried while reading this novel Tears just kept flowing silently, and there was nothing I could do about it If you want to know what totalitarian states do to children, this novel will tell you, without sentimentality, without blame or anger, without self pity.For all those emotions are forbidden ground for a child who was taught the dogma of national socialism and F hrer personality cult from the age of 4, who believed in the truth of what she was told in the same way a child taught the truth of Christianity will believe in it, trained to follow the rituals and the patterns, to embrace the cult and its accompanying actions without ever having any choice as no alternatives are presented or accepted Waking up fro...


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    Total War Total AmnesiaProust had his madeleine Wolf s Nelly has an infinity of objects beyond the Oder , in her pre war Prussian homeland, to evoke memories of her childhood But Proust had clarity, while Nelly s memories are fragmentary and unreliable, reflecting a very un Proustian ambiguityOne could be there and not be there at the same time, the ghastly secret of human beings in this century Nelly s family is unpolitical, that is to say, unconcerned about government and its activit Total War Total AmnesiaProust had his madeleine Wolf s Nelly has an infinity of objects beyond the Oder , in her pre war Prussian homeland, to evoke memories of her childhood But Proust had clarity, while Nelly s memories are fragmentary and unreliable, reflecting a very un Proustian ambiguityOne could be there and not be there at the same time, the ghastly secret of human beings in this century Nelly s family is unpolitical, that is to say, unconcerned about government and its activities beyond the usual mendacity and corruption of the local council Lik...


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    First thing First A book of Great merit.The Plot The whole story can be summarized in two lines The person who had fled her hometown because of the war returns to it after 26 years And as she goes through her old hometown she reminisces about those days the past This is the plot and summery of the book.Or it can also be said as the effort to reconcile one s present self the adult to the past self the child It is very much visible from the poem of Pablo Neruda, that is quoted at the First thing First A book of Great merit.The Plot The whole story can be summarized in two lines The person who had fled her hometown because of the war returns to it after 26 years And as she goes through her old hometown she reminisces about those days the past This is the plot and summery of the book.Or it can also be said as the effort to reconcile one s present self the adult to the past self the child It is very much visible from the poem of Pablo Neruda, that is quoted at the very beginning of the novel itself.Let me quote the poem Where is the child I used to be, still within, or far away Does he know I never loved him,or that he never loved me Why when we grew up togetherdid we later grow apart Why when my childhood years were deaddidn t each of us die too And if my soul fell from my body,why does my skeleton remain When does the ...


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    How was it for an ordinary German family to have lived during Adolf Hitler s Nazi Germany Probably semi autobiographical, at least, although the author had written a disclaimer that all the characters here are the invention of the narrator and that none is identical with any person living or dead, the episodes described not coinciding with actual events Christa Wolf and the narrator in this novel named Nelly were both born in Landsberg, Warthe in 1929 when it was still a part of Germany How was it for an ordinary German family to have lived during Adolf Hitler s Nazi Germany Probably semi autobiographical, at least, although the author had wr...


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    I feel pretty stupid to rate it only with 3 stars seen that it has several high ratings and praising reviews, but my rating reflects also how much I enjoyed the reading experience Sadly, despite the interesting topic, I struggled really a lot to follow Wolf s writing style.The book seems autobiographical and we read about the life of a common German family during Nazi Germany We have the author that looks back to her life in a detached way, both when she was a child and a teen and she talks a I feel pretty stupid to rate it only with 3 stars seen that it has several high ratings and praising reviews, but my rating reflects also how much I enjo...


  6. says:

    Selbstreflexion und Wortm chtigkeit zeichnen dieses Buch aus Gro artig Rezi folgt.


  7. says:

    This novel is Christa Wolf s fictionalized account of growing up in Nazi Germany This is a story about war, history, memory, and learning from our mistakes It is positively gripping The author manages, as another reviewer noted, to show that the tyranny of the Nazi regime was difficult for non Jews as well as Jews, without in any way minimizing the horror of the Holocaust I literally couldn t put this book down in parts. it is that powerful Wolf doesn t sentimentalize the story She makes This novel is Christa Wolf s fictionalized account of growing up in Nazi Germany This is a story about war, history, memory, and learning from our mistakes It is positively gripping The author manages, as another reviewer noted, to show that the tyranny of the Nazi regime was difficult for non Jews as well as Jews, without in any way minimizing the horror of the Holocaust I literally couldn t put this book down in parts. it is that powerful Wolf doesn t sentimentalize the story She makes all the people in the book seem real The descriptions of events were so real that felt as though I was there I have been forever changed by this book It has given me new insight not only ...


  8. says:

    What an impressive personal experiment in writing on the boundaries of fiction and memoir The novel has an intricate structure A narrator describes, addresses and admonishes her adult self in the second person while detailing the writing process over several years in the early 1970s, including political and private occurrences Along with her brother, husband and daughter, she visits the village where she grew up under the Nazis, now in Poland And this visit is interspersed with the narrative What an impressive personal experiment in writing on the boundaries of fiction and memoir The novel has an intricate structure A narrator describes, addresses and admonishes her adult self in the second person while detailing the writing process over several years in the early 1970s, including political and private occurrences Along with her brother, husband and daughter, she visits the village where she grew up under the Nazis, now in Poland And this visit is interspersed with the nar...


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    Thought provoking book Wolf looks back on her own childhood in east germany before, during and in the aftermath of the second world war from the pov of the adult she is The book starts in 1932, but is written in the 1970 s with the adult returning to her home town for a visit, a town now in Poland and known by a different name.Wolf doesn t make excuses for the child she was, but is very critical of herself, her family and those around her The discussion with her sixteen year old daughter abou Thought provoking book Wolf looks back on her own childhood in east germany before, during and in the aftermath of the second world war from the pov of the adult she is The book starts in 1932, but is written in the 1970 s with the adult returning to her home town for a vi...


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    This is primarily the story of Nelly Jordan, growing up in the town of L., Germany in the years 1933 45, at the end of which period she is 16 years old In concentrating exclusively on the inhabitants of and events in L during these years, Wolf presents the history of the Third Reich in microcosm The main events are here, presented on a small scale the cult of the F hrer, the euthanasia of the feeble minded , Kristallnacht, the mobilization for war These events are presented in a kind of do This is primarily the story of Nelly Jordan, growing up in the town of L., Germany in the years 1933 45, at the end of which period she is 16 years old In concentrating exclusively on the inhabitants of and events in L during these years, Wolf presents the history of the Third Reich in microcosm The main events are here, presented on a small scale the cult of the F hrer, the euthanasia of the feeble minded , Kristallnacht, the mobilization for war These events are presented in a kind of double vision primarily from the viewpoint of Nelly who, knowing no other existence, sees all this in terms of the National Socialist viewpoint in which she is educated by sch...


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