Người đọc (2020)

Ng i c C u b tu i m c so t v Hanna g p i tu i m nh Xen l n nh ng l n g p g c u b th ng c s ch cho ng i t nh c a m nh nghe Hanna r t th ch nghe c s ch R i Hanna t nhi n bi n m t C u b m i t m ki m ng i t
  • Title: Người đọc
  • Author: Bernhard Schlink
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
  • C u b 15 tu i m c so t v Hanna g p i tu i m nh Xen l n nh ng l n g p g , c u b th ng c s ch cho ng i t nh c a m nh nghe Hanna r t th ch nghe c s ch R i Hanna t nhi n bi n m t.C u b m i t m ki m ng i t nh v i n i day d t kh ng ngu i H t nh c g p l i nhau t a n, c u b b y gi l sinh vi n lu t th c t p, c n Hanna l b c o Ng i n ng ti p t c C u b 15 tu i m c so t v Hanna g p i tu i m nh Xen l n nh ng l n g p g , c u b th ng c s ch cho ng i t nh c a m nh nghe Hanna r t th ch nghe c s ch R i Hanna t nhi n bi n m t.C u b m i t m ki m ng i t nh v i n i day d t kh ng ngu i H t nh c g p l i nhau t a n, c u b b y gi l sinh vi n lu t th c t p, c n Hanna l b c o Ng i n ng ti p t c c s ch thu b ng cassette g i v o t cho ng i n b m tr c ng y ra t , Hanna ch n m t o n k t nh nh ng, b t ng Ng i c g i cho c gi nhi u suy ngh v t nh y u, v nh ng gi tr nh n b n trong cu c s ng.Ti u thuy t Ng i c c a nh v n ng i c Bernhard Schlink t ng c d ch sang 40 th ti ng L Quang d ch, NXB Ph N v Vi n Goethe ph i h p n h nh.
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    1. booring is that a review this was just very flat to me i wasn t offended by the subject matter i could care less about the scandalous elements but the writing was so clinical and thin at one point, i blamed the translation, but c mon its not that hard to translate german to english i can t do it, of course, but it s supposed to be one of the easiest translations i have nothing helpful to say about this except i was bored bored bored the characters were unappealing, the twists were ho hum, and i [...]

    2. What About the Children The Reader is a profound exposition of the second generation issues concerning moral guilt for the Holocaust But it is, I think, also relevant generally to the way in which human beings get ensnared incrementally into the evils of their society We are all inevitably involved in this larger problem And, like the SS guards at a Nazi death camp, we are unaware of the moral peril of our situation, and unwilling to remove ourselves from that situation even when its harmful ef [...]

    3. I have the feeling there s than one way of looking at this book On one hand it can be viewed as a bildungsroman, it follows Michael Berg since the age of 15 till full maturity On the other hand, it s the post war German generation coming to terms with their past, the Nazi crimes and their parents guilt Guilt, actually, is a recurring theme in the novel Hanna is guilty of war crimes, Michael is guilty for betrayal plus he feels guilty for having loved Hanna and asks himself if that makes him a c [...]

    4. This is the deep character development and type of writing that i ve been craving A book that made me think and ask so many questions Sometimes I felt like I was struggling through really heavy writing, but the actual story itself and the moral questions that arise from its telling were really, really interesting and I surprised myself with how much I found myself contemplating this novel Someone told me there s a movie with Kate Winslet and she is my actual wife so i m gonna go track that down [...]

    5. I m not really sure why this book is considered one of the best books of all time and managed to make into the big 1001 list Most of the time, even if I don t like a book, I tend to understand why someone else picked it In this case, I m rather clueless Is it, perhaps, that people see in it some message about humanity when Hanna won t purchase her freedom with the secret she has kept hidden for years Is it the vivid sexual tale of a teenage boy with an older woman Are we supposed to be shocked b [...]

    6. Great book.Wonderful piece and remotely expressed Words flowing like water in oceans.I d Miss someone with that book.As the Young Lady entangled with teen.Which flows the flawless love between them even when she got life imprisonment, She was turned to old And Teen was turned to Man.Time had changed, but their love sustained as he gave her recordings of stories.Lovely Book.Also, Watch movie based on this novel, My one of favourite actress, the drama Queen Kate Winslet s performance was surreal.

    7. There are some books you know will stay with you forever, and Bernhard Schlink s The Reader is definitely one of them It has been highly critically acclaimed, winning the Boston Book Review s Fisk Fiction Prize, and it deserves all the praise it has received The Holocaust is a difficult, though much covered, subject matter, and this novel has a sure touch and an appealing lack of judgment with it The story begins in the world of almost childhood of fifteen year old Michael Berg, recovering from [...]

    8. I I mean so what would you have done Hanna meant it as a serious question She did not know what she should or could have done differently, and therefore wanted to hear from the judge, who seemed to know everything, what he would have done This same question is posed in other situations throughout this book Should Michael, being the only other person to know Hanna s secret, have exposed this secret in order to help her during the trial Should Michael have been understanding toward Hanna, after t [...]

    9. It s too simple to say I read any single book because I want to read it There are dozens of reasons I ll pick up a particular title I like the author I like the subject matter the book is an award winner the book comes with many trusted recommendations I was supposed to read the book in high school and I feel guilty because I played Goldeneye on my N64 instead I will freely admit that I read War and Peace simply to say I read War and Peace I d take it to the cafeteria every day and let people se [...]

    10. This book just fell short with me, on oh so many levels One thing that did intrigue me and that I have not yet seen much of is the perspective of Germans after the Holocaust and their views on the Third Reich and Hitler s agenda, especially of the younger generation of that time That was really the only thing that struck me about this book The rest was just not enough For one, the affair between MIchael and Hanna was deplorable Is it supposed to not be as bothersome because it is an older woman [...]

    11. Hace unos d as una compa era de GR me recomend esta lectura, y no dud ni un segundo en ir a la biblioteca para ver si ten an este libro Es m s, como s que m s o menos nos gustan las mismas lecturas, ni tan siquiera perd el tiempo en leer la sinopsis Para qu lo iba hacer Adem s, no es m s interesante abrir un libro sin saber lo que te vas a encontrar en su interior Dejarte llevar hacia donde l quiera conducirte Pues bien, he de decir que esta lectura me ha gustado y sorprendido a partes iguales h [...]

    12. The book is clearly structured Also the choice of words is at a normal level and therefore also suitable for beginners in classical, great literature.

    13. An Intensely powerful story and I m still thinking What do I do with this one 15 year old Michael Berg becomes sick and suddenly meets Hanna Schmitz, a much older woman who lives in his neighborhood She helps him and they begin a relationship He reads to her, and the intimacy is so strong that I m not even sure how I should feel about it It feels real and raw, and dripping in lust, while at the same time, it feels wrong, and I m left feeling something hollow and wondering if the moral question i [...]

    14. I thought this was an interesting if not somewhat disturbing story, but not one that particularly blew me away The questions of morality and complicity are intriguing as well probably my favorite parts of the story where Michael s recollections of his experiences and trying to make sense of which were good, how he should feel about them in hindsight, etc Glad I finally read this because it is so famous but not one that I m in love with.

    15. Quer a tener sitio en mi interior para ambas cosas la comprensi n y la condena Pero las dos cosas al mismo tiempo no pod an ser Es muy interesante este libro Est ambientado en Alemania, pocos a os despu s del fin de la Segunda Guerra Mundial y tiene un ritmo que va variando durante las tres partes en las que est dividido Si bien al principio puede no parecer m s que una historia juvenil de descubrimiento sexual, al ir transcurriendo el tiempo dentro de la vida del protagonista y narrador, va gan [...]

    16. Whenever a film is coming out that is based on an acclaimed book, I try to read the book first knowing that the reverse order almost never happens for me The Reader is the latest such circumstance, and I m glad I made the time for this quick read The book centers on the reflections of a man who, as a teenager in post WW II Germany, had a passionate love affair with a reticent and mysterious older woman Mere months later, she disappears from his life The rest of the book explains why, and the imp [...]

    17. This is not a book that I wanted to read So many times while reading books about the Holocaust, I feel a disconnectedness from the events It s a mixture of two things The first is that the sheer scope of events is just too large, too horrific, for one person s words to do justice to it The second, and this could partly be due to the first problem, is that I detest being manipulated by my books With a lot of Holocaust literature the villains are stock characters the malevolent Colonel with no hum [...]

    18. This review contains spoilers since what I have to say about this book can t be expressed without revealing details If you haven t read this book and wish to, you should stop reading now If I had read this book, The Reader by Bernhard Schlink a decade ago, I would have felt much differently about it than I do reading it now This book, a thin volume at just 218 pages, presents moral situations or dilemmas which invite the reader to consider his own feelings and beliefs I am much less rigid in my [...]

    19. The concept of love never ceases to amaze From the cradle to the grave, a human being is guided,driven, motivated or annihilated because of it Even when the presence of this feeling is what makes life tick for all humanity, we tend to call the romantic variant as falling in love This has always seemed ironical to me for if this feeling was as spiritually uplifting as it is believed to be, why don t we call it rising in love Ah But I digress from the point here This book is fuelled by an affair T [...]

    20. If Hanna s illiteracy was used by the author as a metaphor to portray the ignorance that allowed an entire generation to perpetrate, or, at least, to comply with the crimes of WWII I m not so sure about it After all, the germans were not ignorant than other people at the time Far from it My hypothesis is that Hanna s illiteracy represents the inability of reading behind daily events and interpreting their possible consequences, which may sometimes be catastrophic For Hanna, there was nothing wr [...]

    21. Okuyucu nun sinema uyarlamas ok ok sevdi im filmlerden biri Filmi bu kadar etkilediyse kitab da ayn ekilde etkileyecektir diye d nerek okumaya ba lad m ve kitab bir rp da bitirdi imde yan lmad m anlad m Film esnas nda kafamda soru i aretlerine sebep olan pek ok noktan n ayd nland n , Hanna y ve Michael ok daha iyi anlad m s yleyebilirim Kitap bence okuyucuyu zorlayan bir kitap Ak c l k a s ndan bir zorlama de il bu, yaratt at malar sebebiyle bir zorlama Hanna Schmitz den belki de nefret etmek ge [...]

    22. The topic of the Holocaust is raised almost every day in some manner Many books have been written about the topic Whether in studies, documentaries or fictional accounts, finger pointing at the perpetrators of the crimes against millions has been part of the process of coming to terms with the Nazi atrocities For Imre Kertesz, renowned author and Nobel laureate of 2002, there is no other topic Yet, when he reflects on the traumatic impact of Auschwitz, he dwells on the vitality and creativity of [...]

    23. Aside from throwing light on lesser known post war ramifications of the Nazi regime, this short, compact book surprised me with the number of moral, ethical and behavioral conundrums that it posed These conundrums, if explored do not lead to answers but might lead to a sense of improved understanding an understanding that is not limited to Nazi crimes, but can be applied to a whole host of mass crimes and post war genocides where exploration isn t even an option Bernhard Schlink s prose is spare [...]

    24. Before saying anything else,let me say I loved the writing style Though i didn t like the 1st part romance and all that In fact I regrettedwhat I have started Why I have longed this to read But I remain patient keep on reading and with every passing chapter it gets better Part 2 was good part 3 was brilliant From Ch 10 to onwards of part 3, every page was remarkable, break my heart what an unexpected ending.It made me weep,made me feel sad completely indulge me in the emotions.

    25. an edition with images from the 2008 movie, The Reader which I haven t seen , with Kate Winslett in the character of Hanna Schmitz and Ralph Fiennes as Michael BergWhen I was in my early 20s, I fell in love with somebody I could not have, that is, he was not the marrying kind After a while a friend of mine, a slightly older contemporary, told me that man I loved was bisexual, which ended my attraction, just like that I wasn t repulsed nothing like that but the bond was broken I had another femal [...]

    26. ETA I am a bit of a perfectionist I wanted to make sure I hadn t missed some detail, so I listened to parts two and three again It was not boring listening a second time the writing is beautiful and there is so much to ponder It is about the holocaust so do not expect an easy, light read It is about second generation Germans and how they view their parents and their actions during the war This is done with both honesty and humility it is an important issue to address The central topic remains th [...]

    27. Borrowed as an audiobook through Overdrive.The Reader is a story about Michael Berg, who is a boy at the start of the story and Hanna Schmitz a trolly conductor living in postwar Berlin A relationship develops between the two characters that become intimate in a lengthy relationship There are struggles in the relationship with Hanna taking charge and at times acting a bit irrational She leaves suddenly and the next time Michael sees her he is law school and she is on trial Hanna hides two secret [...]

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