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The Reader Sie Ist Reizbar, R Tselhaft Und Viel Lter Als Er Und Sie Wird Seine Erste Leidenschaft Eines Tages Ist Sie Spurlos Verschwunden Erst Jahre Sp Ter Sieht Er Sie Wieder Als Angeklagte Im Gerichtssaal Die Fast Kriminalistische Erforschung Einer Sonderbaren Liebe Und Bedr Ngenden Vergangenheit


About the Author: Bernhard Schlink

Bernhard Schlink is a German jurist and writer He became a judge at the Constitutional Court of the federal state of North Rhine Westphalia in 1988 and has been a professor of public law and the philosophy of law at Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany since January 2006.His career as a writer began with several detective novels with a main character named Selb a play on the German word for sel Bernhard Schlink is a German jurist and writer He became a judge at the Constitutional Court of the federal state of North Rhine Westphalia in 1988 and has been a professor of public law and the philosophy of law at Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany since January 2006.His career as a writer began with several detective novels with a main character named Selb a play on the German word for self In 1995 he published The Reader Der Vorleser , a partly autobiographical novel The book became a bestseller both in Germany and the United States and was translated into 39 languages It was the first German book to reach the number one position in the New York Times bestseller list



10 thoughts on “The Reader

  1. says:

    booring is that a review this was just very flat to me i wasn t offended by the subject matter i could care less about the scandalous elements but the writing was so clinical and thin at one point, i blamed the translation, but c mon its not that hard to translate german to english i can t do it, of course, but it s supposed to be one of the easiest translations i have nothing helpful to say ab


  2. says:

    What About the Children The Reader is a profound exposition of the second generation issues concerning moral guilt for the Holocaust But it is, I think, also relevantgenerally to the way in which human beings get ensnared incrementally into the evils of their society We are all inevitably involved in this larger problem And, like the SS guards at a Nazi death camp, we are unaware of the moral peril of o


  3. says:

    I have the feeling there sthan one way of looking at this book On one hand it can be viewed as a bildungsroman, it follows Michael Berg since the age of 15 till full maturity On the other hand, it s the post war German generation coming to terms with their past, the Nazi crimes and their parents guilt Guilt, actually, is a recurring theme in the novel Hanna is guilty of war crimes, Michael is guilty for betrayal


  4. says:

    This is the deep character development and type of writing that i ve been craving A book that made me think and ask so many questions Sometimes I felt like I was struggling through really heavy writing, but the actual story itself and the moral questions that arise from its telling were really, really interesting and I surprised myself with how much I found myself contemplating this novel Someone told me there s a movie


  5. says:

    I m not really sure why this book is considered one of the best books of all time and managed to make into the big 1001 list Most of the time, even if I don t like a book, I tend to understand why someone else picked it In this case, I m rather clueless Is it, perhaps, that people see in it some message about humanity when Hanna won t purchase her freedom with the secret she has kept hidden for years Is it the vivid sexual tale o


  6. says:

    Great book.Wonderful piece and remotely expressed Words flowing like water in oceans.I d Miss someone with that book.As the Young Lady entangled with teen.Which flows the flawless love between them even when she got life imprisonment, She was turned to old And Teen was turned to Man.Time had changed, but their love sustained as he gave her recordings of stories.Lovely Book.Also, Watch movie based on this novel, My one of favourite actress


  7. says:

    There are some books you know will stay with you forever, and Bernhard Schlink s The Reader is definitely one of them It has been highly critically acclaimed, winning the Boston Book Review s Fisk Fiction Prize, and it deserves all the praise it has received The Holocaust is a difficult, though much covered, subject matter, and this novel has a sure touch and an appealing lack of judgment with it The story begins in the world of almost childhood o


  8. says:

    I I mean so what would you have done Hanna meant it as a serious question She did not know what she should or could have done differently, and therefore wanted to hear from the judge, who seemed to know everything, what he would have done This same question is posed in other situations throughout this book Should Michael, being the only other person to know Hanna s secret, have exposed this secret in order to help her during the trial Should Michael have b


  9. says:

    It s too simple to say I read any single book because I want to read it There are dozens of reasons I ll pick up a particular title I like the author I like the subject matter the book is an award winner the book comes with many trusted recommendations I was supposed to read the book in high school and I feel guilty because I played Goldeneye on my N64 instead I will freely admit that I read War and Peace simply to say I read War and Peace I d take it to the cafete


  10. says:

    Der Vorleser The reade, Bernhard Schlink 1381 239 9643211703 1388 204 9789646082755 20 1958 Der Vorleser The reade, Bernhard Schlink 1381 239 9643211703 1388 204 9789646082755 20 1958


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