El Tambor De Hojalata has ratings and reviews. Dan said: My reaction to finishing this book was ‘thank god that’s over’. I thought it was in. El tambor de hojalata, vol I has 25 ratings and 0 reviews: Hardcover. El Tambor De Hojalata has ratings and reviews. kaire said: هذه الروايه تحتاج إلى نفس عميق وطويلوتركيز شديد لا أملكه إن لم تكن الروايه للمت.
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El Tambor De Hojalata
View all 3 comments. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in Encuento que este es un libro dificil de leer, es muy largo y ademas como que uno no logra identificarse con los personajes y tambro la historia. It’s pretty unpleasant too, but the scene in the book with the dead eels and the horse’s head, followed by the mother intentionally eating so much fish as to kill herself, made me sicker in the book than they did in the film.
Oskar gets him killed, in my opinion anyway, of course Oskar gets lots of people killed in my opinion. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. There’s not enough realism to make the magic interesting. The author has already been rewarded with a Nobel prize and lives a secluded life apparently, only giving an occasional interview in English to BBC- beyond the German. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. InGrass caused controversy with his disclosure of his Waffen-SS service during the final months of World War II, which he had kept a secret until publishing his memoir that year.
El tambor de hojalata / The Tin Drum
I haven’t read any Goethe or Rasputin. I tried to read it but it was so bored. More so, with the sexual awakening of Oskar ee a slightly older girl Maria, a sister of his late friend Herbert, gass assists his presumptive father Matzerath at his shop; which the author has described using symbols like raspberries, fizz powder, mushrooms and growing up an eleventh finger.
Troppe storie, troppi personaggi, troppe pagine, troppo simbolismo. Agnes intentionally kills herself by eating fish, so much fish that it kills her, which I didn’t know was possible; this takes place right after a very odd eel and horse head scene that I’m never going to try to explain here.
I found it trite.
Oskar is a product of a bad mothering by a promiscuous and glutinous woman, who indulges him by never stopping his destructive drum-shattering or glass-breaking.
I’m guessing that much of the humor was lost in translation, but what irritated me the most were the lame lyrical sections. I suppose this book is about non-conformity and is supposed to give hope to those who do not conform to middle class values. Who would want to? The scream, the voice causes bad things, like Kristallnacht. Quotes from El tambor de hoja One of the biggest reading disappointments I’ve ever experienced. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. He is present when the Polish Post Office in the city is taken by the Germans. He spends some of the war years as part of a travelling troupe of other midgets who travel around Europe entertaining the German soldiers and after the war becomes a renowned and wealthy musician but he never seems to settle at any one thing for any great length of time.
Quotes from El Tambor De Hoja This would be like comparing Beethoven with the Spice Girls!
El tambor de hojalata / The Tin Drum by Gunter Grass | : Books
What will shape the societies if the writers and artists were all alike, apart from a path-breaking scientific discovery or a natural catastrophe? I think, perhaps, it requires some knowledge of German culture to enjoy – an area entirely out of my experience.
I also can say that the author is extremely talented wordsmith. I didn’t like this book but it’s all a matter of taste’. Oskar Matzerath is een fascinerende vertelstem die grillig wisselt van perspectief, van eerste naar derde persoon en weer terug. He always identified himself as a Kashubian.
Admittedly, there were a few fleeting individual scenes that are excellent – dark and stomach-churning – but they did not lift my overall opinion. But then, there is Solzhenitsyn.
Maybe because I just let myself skim over parts that were boring me to tears? Perhaps I simply need to read it in German some day to grasp it Sincehe lived in West Germany, but in his fiction he frequently returned to the Danzig hoialata his childhood.
In and he worked in a mine and received a stonemason’s education. Oh, and everybody in this nightclub is chopping up dw so they can cry.