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    PDF Die Nacht von Lissabon ä Erich Maria Remarque Nazis refugees love worth risking it all for fatal diseases intense moments of sudden violence mystical reflection lyrical description insight into the nature of humanity in general and humanity alternately debased and elevated by the pressure of war As with All uiet on the Western Front I finished this and said

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    Characters Die Nacht von Lissabon Erich Maria Remarque Ù 2 Review Read & download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ù Erich Maria Remarque Just because I had spent such a great time in Lisbon 2 years ago I decided that this book was gonna be amazing I loved Lisbon I loved the atmosphere there I knew I should read it Immediately I hadn't read anything by Remarue by that time and I didn't really know what it would be like It wasn't what I expected Frankly it was something much interesting I'm glad I found it and that's how it started Remarue Remarue Remarue

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    Erich Maria Remarque Ù 2 Review PDF Die Nacht von Lissabon ä Erich Maria Remarque This is arguably the most suspenseful of Remarue's novels It is the last work published before Remarue's death the third that focuses on the lives of exiles from the Third Reich after Liebe Deinen Nächsten Flotsam and Arc de TriompheThe entire novel is set on one night in Lisbon where the most fortunate of exiles who could get that far were

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    PDF Die Nacht von Lissabon ä Erich Maria Remarque I had forgotten how wonderful EMR’s writing is His stories are truly heartbreaking but so beautiful

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    PDF Die Nacht von Lissabon ä Erich Maria Remarque I wanted to highlight some of the uotes in this book but then I would have to highlight every page since there are beautiful expressions in every single paragraph I had forgotten how amazing this author’s writing is So poetic This book is a masterpiece A classic nonetheless5 stars

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    PDF Die Nacht von Lissabon ä Erich Maria Remarque Erich Maria Remarque Ù 2 Review Characters Die Nacht von Lissabon Erich Remarue writes about good people in terrible times Unfortunately Europe between the World Wars provided him with plenty of material Everyone has heard about All uiet on the Western Front which is about young men on the front lines of World War I If you haven't read it you certainly should I've also read Three Comrades and The Road Back which are about soldiers trying to readjust in Germany after the war The Night in Lisbon takes plac

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Arz is afraid it will become distorted in his mind because it is so important to him He believes that only by telling someone with some distance the story and Schwarz s wife Helen will liveWe now from the beginning that Helen is dead and somehow Remarue is still able to make her story viscerally real and incredibly sad Their story is about Nazi brutality but at a very personal level It also brings out the stupidity that accompanies brutality effectively than most works do The Nazis have the reputation of incredible efficiency which is to some extent earned but I don t think as much as they get credit for Brutality is often accompanied by stupidity than higher level thinking And if you arrest enough people randomly it can look like efficiency if you actually find a few people plotting against you Not to mention that if you make the law vague enough there will be plenty of people breaking it A lesson for modern timesThe Night in Lisbon is also about marriage and what is and isn t important in the grand scheme of things Schwarz and Helen had a very mediocre relationship and marriage before the war The war and circumstances of Helen s death give it a depth and meaning that it never would have achieved in normal times Is this a happy ending No but they managed to get something positive out of life in desperate timesAt the end we find out what happens to everyone The Rabbit's Whiskers And Other Stories kind of No one lives happier ever after as far as wenow I won t tell you any than that but do suggest you read and find out for yourself This is one of the best books I ve ever read Just don t expect to be whistling when you finish it I m a fan Remarue is of course best nown for his great anti war novel All uiet on the Western Front But he was in no way a one hit wonder He remained a significant popular and to my mind literary novelist throughout his LIFE HE WAS ALSO A FIERCE ANTI FASCIST THE He was also a fierce anti fascist The hated him so much so that they would execute behead his sister Elfriede Scholz in 1943 in part because they couldn t get him Oh his sister was also opponent of the regime but her famous brother was on their mind when they shipped her to the infamous Plotzensee Prison The Night in Lisbon is in some respects with its interest in the plight of refugees from Nazi Germany is reminiscent of the 1945 s Arch of Triumph A Novel of a Man Without a Country The main character Schwarz is also a man without a country He has also spent some time in a German concentration camp and has lived a shadow life on the borders of France and Switzerland In an act that is as crazy as it is courageous he returns to Germany to see his wife Helen who unknown to him is terminally ill with cancer Schwarz and Helen have been separated from each other for five years This act which involves swimming the Rhine is a transformative one Up until that time Swartz had evidently been something of a Rhine is a transformative one Up until that time Swartz had evidently been something of a pedant which had led at least in part to the separation Though it s never said the reader assumes that area of conflict between Swharz and Helen is how to respond to the regime they both hate Helen is interested in action and despises bourgeois stagnation Oh the labels they had back then Schwarz finds Helen but not without a fear filled journey through Hitler s bizarre Germany Schwarz s observations see something that is less a political movement and a twisted religious one from another planet I took the emptiest streets Just because I had spent such a great time in Lisbon 2 years ago I decided that this book was gonna be amazing I loved Lisbon I loved the atmosphere there I new I should read it Immediately I hadn t read anything by Remarue by that time and I didn t really now what it would be like It wasn t what I expected Frankly it was something much interesting I m glad I found it and that s how it started Remarue Remarue Remarue. 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I found this book in a most unexpected place In Bengaluru Was pleasantly surprised to find it and even when I started to read it The story is not very exciting but in the way it has been set and narrated it it makes for a gripping read Set in the time of Nazis and Gestapo and in the time of German occupation of France this tells the story of the hunted and also gives glimpses of how life was in the time of war The narrator is looking to find a way to get to America with his family and has almost no money His desperation is seen from the fact that in the weeks preceding he takes a decision to gamble in a casino to make enough to finance his and his family to America And loses all of it At this time he is offered a visa passport with a stamp that can be forged to change the name and a ticket to America The narrator cannot believe this and is surprised to learn from Mr Schwarz the magnanimous that he just wants someone to spend a night with him in Lisbon We learn later that he just wanted someone to hear his story possibly as closure for all that he Schwarz "and his wife Helen go through before the climactic end This is really the story "his wife Helen go through before the climactic end This is really the story the book I liked the way the story was crafted and each emotion articulated Despite the fact that I may never experience any of the events that happened at that time I could relate to his thoughts and reactions so described Highly recommended My opinion is biased as I am becoming a sucker for historical fiction I wanted to highlight some of the uotes in this book but then I would have to highlight every page since there are beautiful expressions in every single paragraph I had forgotten how amazing this author s writing is So poetic This book is a masterpiece A classic nonetheless5 stars This is arguably the most suspenseful of Remarue s novels It is the last work published before Remarue s death the third that focuses on the lives of exiles from the Third Reich after Liebe Deinen N chsten Flotsam and Arc de TriompheThe entire novel is set on one night in Lisbon where the most fortunate of exiles who could get that far were able to obtain passage on ships departing for the United States A man with two tickets on a boat that will soon depart meets another who desperately wants to but cannot get on the ship The former promises to give the other his tickets if he will stay the night and listen to his story a bittersweet unpredictable story of love survival and lossAs with all of Remarue s novels this is a story that shines a light on the reality of life under Nazi rule in ways that no historian could Donald Trump should read this book A story of Jewish refugees from Germany seeking safe haven in Gestapo overrun Europe before WWII it s all about papers papers papers If you don t have them your life is worthless and you ll be shipped back where you came from to face certain death Remarue wrote the book some 30 years after his classic All uiet on the Western Front was published and it flounders a bit at the beginning but once I became accustomed to its style it s basically a monologue told by one refugee to another during one long night in Lisbon as they wait for a ship to take them to America it gained momentum uickly For

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last 50 pages I couldn put it downIn one passage about an 11 year old refugee fleeing deportation back to Germany one can only think of those 11 year old refugee fleeing deportation back to Germany one can only think of those in America bearing the awful name anchor babies and what might become of them should the crazed Trump be elected All he had learned in the course of his short life was to distrust everybody and everything Remarue writes When the guardians of National Socialist culture bashed in his grandfather s skull he had been three years old he had been seven when his father was hanged and nine when his mother was gassed a true child of the twentieth century. Portugal 1942 letzter Fluchtpunkt im von den Nazis besetzten Europa Im Hafen von Lissabon starrt ein Mann auf ei. ,
This powerful book reminds us once again of the old saying about history and makes us wonder What will be the story of the 21st century s children Absolutely amazing novel I think this is my #FIRST BOOK BY REMARUE AND I M IN LOVE # book by Remarue and I m in love him I m part of the 1992 generation The history taught in my school years was fairly poor and completely unappealing to teenagers in general I had absolutely no interest in the dynamics of war and I didn t care about the reasons behind any irrational decision of those insane leaders at that time But This Story Right Here Even story right here even technically fiction and a romantic novel has taught me about the intricacies of war and the life of a refugee than any history book read in school I get goosebumps every time I think of Schwarz and Helen s story Highly recommend this book I had forgotten how wonderful EMR s writing is His stories are truly heartbreaking but so beautiful Nazis refugees love worth risking it all for fatal diseases intense moments of sudden violence mystical reflection lyrical description insight into the nature of humanity in general and humanity alternately debased and elevated by the pressure of war As with All uiet on the Western Front I finished this and said something like whoa great book how the hell hadn t I heard of this guy before like Zwieg he sold a million copies before WWII and then had his books banned Really accessible story telling finely drawn characters serious thematic heft and a sense of relevance to the contemporary refugee crisis in Europe A reason I love reading novels from the WWII era it serves as a reminder of what went on not so long ago right around the time my parents were
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and it serves as a that the gathering buds of fascismstate sponsored intolerance need to be nipped real uick before they flower into thorny storms of blood Docked a so called star because of the structure a refugee tells most of the story to another refugee the narrator he s just met who he offers to help escape from Lisbon to the United States toward the beginning of WWII For the most part I managed to distinguish between the present dialogue double uotation marks ie and past dialogue single uotation marks ie but it tripped me up than enough Zweig and later Bernhard and surely everyone else 80 100 years ago relied on the same conceit of a stranger relaying an intense story but usually things aren t nearly as dramatized and scenes from the past therefore aren t nearly as immediate there s usually way exposition with dialogue summarized instead of rendered with traditional uotations and descriptive attributions Otherwise thanks in part to the reliance on past dramatized scenes replete with dialogue the past bits seem urgent and intense but of course the action s also very much propelled by serious lifedeath significance Erich Remarue writes about good people in terrible times Unfortunately Europe between the World Wars provided him with plenty of material Everyone has heard about All uiet on the Western Front which is about young men on the front lines of World War I If you haven t read it you certainly should I ve also read Three Comrades and The Road Back which are about soldiers trying to readjust in Germany after the war The Night in Lisbon takes place a few years later when the Nazis are running Germany but before they ve invaded FranceThe reader never even finds out the real name of the main characters which is appropriate because they are refugees and as such don t have names the way the rest of us take for granted Schwarz is the name in a passport inherited from a dying refugee He meets a stranger another refugee and tells him he can have Schwarz s two passages on a ship for the United States if he will sit with Schwarz all night During that night Schwarz tells the stranger his story Schw. N Schiff das für ihn die Rettung sein önnte doch er besitzt weder Geld noch Visa Da bietet ihm ein Unbekannte. Die Nacht von Lissabon