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Oldier surgeon nurse and publisher With evocative detail Uwe Tellkamp masterfully reveals the myriad perspectives of the time as people battled for individuality retreated to nostalgia chose to conf 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 talent some of the most forced attempts at prose lyricism ive ever encountered a near successful destruction of an entire artform through abuse of its basest elements in a sickly combinatory enthusiasm dresden turned into ashes once never to rise up again a feat of ex nihilo creation void made reeking flesh avoid

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Orm 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 9 November 19 This book is already worth reading even if it is just for one conversation described between a father and a son

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In derelict Dresden 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 tangled lives of a s 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 I read it in NorwegianDescribes the lives of a family in Dresden during the last years before the wall falls Through little details and small glimpses joined with sometimes brutally abrupt descriptions the mandness and oppressing control of the east german communist system is depicted As God is in the details thats also where you will find his oppositesThe book had some of the most beautiful and imaginative descriptions I have yet to read Favourite uotes freely translated He pointed at the copper beech which was breathing like a nicotine lung the beer tasted fresh and was as cold as an old key The bushes looked like rain drenched cats soaked in honey he remembered the redness of the apple on the plate with its crocked shallow oval shade that licked over the porcelaine like a toungue in the angora light of the november morningThis is hopeless It sounds much better in Norwegian but none the less This book is really worth a read allthough it can be tough getting into as the language takes some getting used to Chaos in the Capital City pointed at the copper beech which was breathing like a nicotine lung the beer tasted fresh and was as cold as an old key The bushes looked like rain drenched cats soaked in honey he remembered the redness of the apple on the Cowboy at the Crossroads plate with its crocked shallow oval shade that licked over the Cowboy Brigade porcelaine like a toungue in the angora light of the november morningThis is hopeless It sounds much better in Norwegian but none the less This book is really worth a read allthough it can be tough getting into as the language takes some getting used to

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