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Erich Maria Remarque
Birth date: June 22, 1898
Died: September 25, 1970
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Tami rated it 5 months ago
Ich bin eigentlich ein großer Fan von Remarques Schreibstil und seinen wohl bekanntesten Büchern. Dieses hier kann ich leider nicht empfehlen. Die weibliche Hauptperson kam mir nicht echt vor, sie wirkte nur wie ein Kunstgriff, die faszinierend schöne junge Frau, die so losgelöst und kühl bleibt...
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What I am reading rated it 9 months ago
This was tough, but, unlike the war itself, absolutely worth it. Normally, I can take a lot of gore and cruelness in books and in movies, but there were days when I just couldn’t read more than a couple of pages, because it was too much. Especially all scenes involving animals deeply upset me, bec...
nente rated it 2 years ago
Мы живём в слишком сытое время. Заняты делами, рассчитываем наперёд (и расчёты нередко оправдываются, вот что хуже всего-то), вкладываем в будущее. Детей растим, наконец. Да и вообще, в тридцать Ремарк уже не встречает такого отклика в душе, как в девятнадцать.
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Read All The Things! Reviews rated it 2 years ago
This review is of the English translation of a German book. Well, that was depressing. I’ve been on a lifelong quest to find the most depressing book in the history of books, and this one has been recommended to me many, many times. I’m not convinced that it’s the most depressing book ever, but it...
The Symmetrical Bookworm
The Symmetrical Bookworm rated it 2 years ago
Hmm...I don't know what to say about this one. I actually have no strong feelings about it. I thought it shed some interesting insight into the events of World War 1. And I appreciate that. Here's the problem, though: a lot of sad things happen, and people die. But I felt no attachment for these...
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