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Every Man Dies Alone - Hans Fallada
Every Man Dies Alone
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4.44 125
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781933633633 (1933633638)
ASIN: 1933633638
Publisher: Melville House
Pages no: 544
Edition language: English
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The Library of Babel
The Library of Babel rated it
Falada was a talking horse appearing in The Goose-Girl a fairytale written by the Grimm brothers.When Herr Rudolf Wilhelm Friedrich Ditzen took the nom-de-plume of Hans Fallada, borrowing the first name from another Grimm's fairytale he was far from being the kind of person you would like your child...
Thewanderingjew rated it
5.0 Every Man Dies Alone
Even though they made a valiant effort, the German citizens were almost powerless to stop the onslaught of Hitler and his henchmen. No one survived without the help of another and no one was condemned without another casting blame, with or without good reason. As Quangel remarked, quite accurately, ...
Lotus wild over sakura
Lotus wild over sakura rated it
4.0 Every Man Dies Alone
I should express thanks to Gudrun Burwitz, for if it was not for her ruthless news, I would not have found a brilliant book that stands for every belief which Ms. Burwitz expels from her very survival. Couple weeks ago, a news article describing Burwitz as the new “Nazi grandmother” made me explore ...
SJane rated it
It would have been so great if the Germans had overthrown Hitler and his goons themselves. Living in Germany, I know how much they suffer from being thought of as the most awful Volk in the western world. And at this point – 2010 – they really want to move on and be remembered for something besides ...
michaelhartford rated it
5.0 Every Man Dies Alone
What makes Every Man Dies Alone more terrible than Orwell and Kafka, though, is that it isn’t wholly a work of fiction. The novel is based on the case of a German couple, Otto and Elise Hampel, who dropped anti-Nazi postcards around Berlin for two years and were executed in 1943. Hans Fallada surviv...
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