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  1. says:

    DNF The Tower Der Turm has been praised as a masterpiece of describing life in East Germany in the 1980s the stru

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  3. says:

    uite a challange but very worth wile Reminds me a little of Peter Nadas´ book The book of remembering not sure if that is the english title as

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    magisterial and failed a thousand page cringe fest arid scenes from the lives of the lifeless remember characters only in isolation mostly for the ostentatiousness of their vapidity a whole historical epoch annihilated by lack of tale

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    East Germany is an absolutely fascinating historical reality to contemplate – even by Eastern Bloc standards it was barmy and while at the time dubious athletic and economic success provided a veneer of ‘success’ as soon as Gorbachev reduced the lifeline of Soviet aid it was doomed Not that we realised that at the time however This book from Uwe Tellkamp all 1000 pages of it purports to chronicle the dying embers of this lud

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    I chose this because life in the GDR is a fascinating topic and this book really did reward meIts characters reminded me of those in Grossman's Life and Fate all were complex struggling with uneasy moral choices under the regime none heroes It was also reminiscent of LF in its epic scale allowing us into middle class life but also that of the state's institutions eg army hospitalWhat I hadn't been prepared for was its experiment

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    Wow Wow The Tower is THE novel you need to read to get under the skin of the late and now defunct German Democratic Republic The story is centered around a Dresden based family in the 1980s and sees the reader through the decadence

  8. says:

    Very very good I had never been able to understand what living in Eastern Germany must have been like The Ulysses type of chapters were often beyond my comprehension of German but I seriously consider giving the

  9. says:

    This book is already worth reading even if it is just for one conversation described between a father and a son

  10. says:

    Clicking read on this one made me prouder than others This was thick Makes Anna Karenina look like chick lit in larger parts not really enjoyable but satisfying

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Led lives of a soldier surgeon nurse and publisher With evocative detail Uwe Tellkamp masterfully reveals the myriad Der Turm Epubperspectives of the time as people battled for individuality retreated to nostal I chose this because life in the GDR is a fascinating topic and this book really did reward meIts characters reminded me of those in Grossman s Life and Fate all were complex struggling with uneasy moral choices under the regime none heroes It was also reminiscent of LF in its epic scale allowing us into middle class life but also that of the state s institutions eg army hospitalWhat I hadn t been prepared for was its experiments with style The writing is beautifuloften with striking metaphors and similes as the book develops there are chapters written as stream of consciousness others solely as dialoguesoverheard conversations with multiple speakers sometimes found tricky to follow The structure of the latter part of the book reminded me at times of Dos Passos USA with its inter chapters and inclusio

Summary Der Turm Geschichte aus einem versunkenen Land

Der Turm Geschichte aus einem versunkenen Land

In derelict Dresden Geschichte aus eBook #10003 a cultivated middle class family does all it can to cope amid the Communist downfall This striking tapestry of the East German experience is told through the tang view spoiler Bettie s Books hide spoiler

Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB º Uwe Tellkamp

Gia chose to conform or toed the perilous line between East and West Poetic heartfelt and dramatic The Tower vividly resurrects the sights scents and sensations of life in the GDR as it hurtled towards November Very very good I had never been able to understand what living in Eastern Germany must have been like The Ulysses type of chapters were often beyond my comprehension of German but I seriously consider giving them a new try