Erich Maria Remarque
Birth date: June 22, 1898
Died: September 25, 1970
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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.
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...
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...
5/4 - Another book from my school days that I haven't read since, at least 14 years ago (I'm not sure which year I was in when it was the set reading). Another book where my tolerance for injustice will be tested. I think the only war book that I've read from the German point of view, but except for...
I know this book is a classic, but I thought it was just ok. The parts that focused on the characters doing and experiencing things were really well-written and drew my interest. However, the philosophical passages that broke up the activity dragged on and became rather repetitive.