Publish date: 1994
Pages no: 383
Edition language: Dutch
, Non Fiction
, Media Tie In
, World War II
When it comes to movies based on a book, there's always the mandatory debate about which one is better. In this case, both the book and the movie are amazing, with the book being a perfect companion to the movie, offering much more details, going deeper into the story that the movie, thanks to the t...
This is doubtless an important book. It is a very reliable account of the holocaust, because the author interviewed (be it several decades later) as many "Schindler Jews" as he still could find and were willing to tell their stories. I could at times not read more than a small number of pages, becau...
28/6 - This took me so long to read, not because of its content (on which I am reasonably well read and am no longer shocked by the things that were done) because of how dense it was. It seems to be a peculiar feature of non-fiction books that they often tend to have fewer paragraphs, page breaks, o...
Perhaps the most difficult question that any student of history can ask is what you would do. Morally, we always know the answer to this question. We will do what is right, the difficult moral high ground. We would hide and save whomever, whatever. We would do it right. Easy lip...
I consider Spielberg's film based on this novel one of the most moving and powerful films I'd ever seen. Surely, I thought, that film would diminish the impact of the book. It's true that certainly many of the most powerful scenes in that film can be recognized in the book--the little girl in the re...
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