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benevoals That is horrifying enough. Non credo che volesse farci provare simpatia per Aue infatti Diversi i metodi sperimentati jonatjan di arrivare ai campi. But to read these elements as the basic character and most memorable aspects of the book is cherry-picking–it’s not a question of poor interpretation but just poor representation of the actual experience of reading this book.

Perlomeno, se li vogliamo misurare col metro di Aue. He found that the idea of morality in Ancient Littel is more relevant for making judgments about responsibility for the Holocaust than the Judeo-Christian approach, wherein the idea uonathan sin can be blurred by joathan concepts such as intentional sin, unintentional sin, sinning by thought, or sinning by deed.

Littell propone un romanzo complicato e dalle mille sfaccettature, amalgamando storia e fantasia. Or is that the Second One? Aue gets shot in the head and seriously wounded, but is miraculously evacuated just before the German surrender in February She suffers uncontrollable convulsions and diarrhea, black shit oozes through her white dress causing Max to experience great disgust and nausea.


Non bisogna dimenticare, lo ripetiamo spesso. In this introduction, we are introduced to the narrator, and discover how he has ended up in France after the war. At this point Max feels violent stomach cramps, undoes his pants and squats down, but instead of shit, real live bees, spiders and scorpions gush out his anus.

The implication remains unspoken – if his report decides that this group are in fact sufficiently Benebolas to meet the definition, they will all be killed.

It’s a rare book that even invites such comparisons, and for all its faults, for all its problematic use of history, The Kindly Ones does just that.


Oedipus is guilty of patricideeven if he did not know that he jonathn killing his father. We like to contrast the State, totalitarian or not, with the ordinary man, that insect or trembling reed. But ultimately the whole infrastructure has been put in place primarily to ensure that the Jews, criminals, gypsies, Poles, and political dissidents die as quickly as possible.

By the end of the story, he flees Germany under a false French identity to start a new life in northern France. Once read, never forgotten. He avoids people, jonathann them away, damages them. To say that it falls short of Melville ‘s visionary originality and lacks, also, the breadth and vitality of Tolstoy, despite the claims benevolzs some reviewers is hardly a criticism. Goodreads helps you keep track of jinathan you want to read.

If a particularly articulate mid-ranking SS officer were to write his memoirs, who can say that they wouldn’t have this tone? No summary can do it justice. No matter how much non-fiction I’ve read about war, it can become more tangible and vivid and awful when the inner lives of the participants are explored by great writers of fiction.


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I could unequivocally condemn Max Aue as a criminal, a murderer, and a monster, but what would that achieve? E Littel in questo libro non fa che dirlo, ossessivamente, attraverso il racconto di Max Aue, col suo tono freddo, distante, tagliente, privo di qualunque emozione.

Yes, some of the main character’s sexual obsessions will make most readers squirm a bit even if they aren’t exactly squeamish. His research is impeccable for my own work I have been reading lives and examinations of Eichmann, and none of them brought the man himself to life the way that Littell does. This comes at the book’s beginning: The author also portrays very well the fact that the Final Solution was above all a giant bureaucracy, for the most part peopled by ordinary men and women who never killed anyone.

Yet another man might take a bullet through the head, from one temple to the other, and will get up on his own to walk to the first-aid post. Questions Part 1 13 20 Sep 29, Littell presents the real historical characters brilliantly. Ma il disumano non esiste.

Pondering this reminds me that so much current fiction, TV, and films, unwittingly or otherwise trivialises violence and death. This book is phenomenal.