Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback

verlorene book Der Verlorene eBook1945 lose their oldest son Arnold The novel's narrator Arnold's unnamed younger brother wa This novel tells the story of a German family who in the chaos of escaping from the advancing.

Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback

[Reading] ➸ Der Verlorene By Hans-Ulrich Treichel – Ruseeds.co This novel tells the story of a German family who in the chaos of escaping from the advancing Russian army in 1945 lose their oldest son Arnold The novel's narrator Arnold's unnamed younger brother wa[Reading] ➸ Der Verlorene By Hans-Ulrich Treichel – Ruseeds.co This novel tells the story of a German family who in the chaos of escaping from the advancing Russian army in.

1945 lose their oldest son Arnold The novel's narrator Arnold's unnamed younger brother wa This novel tells the story of a German family who in the chaos of escaping from the advancing.

Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback

Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback Hans Ulrich Treichel has quickly developed a literary reputation in Germany for writing which is readable humorous and yet challenging He enjoyed huge popular and critical success with the publication of his first major prose work Der Verlorene translated into English as Lost in This work is a poignant re working of an experience through which Treichel’s own family went towards the end.

10 thoughts on “Der Verlorene

  1. Lisa Lisa says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookHmm Okay🤔


  2. Carolyn Klassen Carolyn Klassen says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookIf I just saw the surface meaning this book would have been a 1 star for me The allegory made it a 2 star book and only because I like allegories not because this was a particularly good one The narrator as West Germany Arnold as East Germany his parents as the Third Reich if you were wondering The terrible thing that happened was Die Flucht The Trek when twelve million Germans migrated away from the Russians advancing Many Germans who didn't get out in time were murdered women of all ages raped I wish this went into what that was like for his parents


  3. MK MK says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookI don't even have words for this book It had potential to be good even great The story was there the writing was there but I didn't get it I don't feel like the bulk of the book was even about the story I was promised on the inside flap I am sure that this review of Lost will get me a lot of haters since it was critically acclaimedI just didn't get lost in the story and that is what for me defines a good book


  4. Jana Jana says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookI know a thing or two about family guilt Sometimes heaviness of one’s family is just unbearable It's like endless emotional maze that leads to destruction darkness and psychosomatic maladies The biggest objection that I have with this book is structure 130 pages as one sentence It's a bit difficult to read it without paragraphs and no end no beginning


  5. Harry Harry says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookThis book sat on my shelf for months before I picked it up and read it even though it was a gift what could look dire? And for the first ten pages or so it was tough The narrator describes his childhood living in the shadow of his older brother Arnold who died while their parents were fleeing the Russian advance at the end of World War II It's grim stuff but in dealing with the loss of his brother who he never really had and is nothing but irritating to the narrator when you get right down to it Treichel makes the traumatic postwar years of German history somehow funny satirizing everything from the concept of getting over Germany's place in World War II to the German work ethic to the highly engrained social class structure that even the Nazis couldn't do away with Very funny and specific as a laser beam Lost is going to stick with me a lot longer than any tragedy I can think of


  6. Anne Sanow Anne Sanow says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookAccording to a friend of mine who is fluent in German the English edition omits the humor from the original Humor I ask


  7. Lucille Lucille says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBook6 from the book shop in Niddrie Translated from German quoted as a masterpiece but found it tedious Luckily it was only 136 pages cos it had no paragraphs or chapters just print covering each page Supposed to be an allegory of post Holocaust Germany


  8. Rachel Rachel says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookThis work is short and well written The point of view is a young German boy whose parents fled the Russian advance during WWII and the aft


  9. Era H Era H says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookstill don't really know how i feel about this book just finished it a few minutes ago and i feel kind of UNSATISFIED with its ending the author is really talented at making the reader feel uncomfortable and shameful the whole time just like the storyteller it's a quick read it could have been so much but it isn't and all these assessments gutachten for my fellow germans were really annoying all in all interesting topic but the book wasn't my cup of tea


  10. Max Bauer Max Bauer says:

    Der Verlorene eBook Þ Paperback verlorene book, Der Verlorene eBookWanted to give two stars for being the most boring book I read in months but it earned an extra star for portraying food stores funnily accurateYes customers are this dumb and anyone working in retail will laugh at that p


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