Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ

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❰Download❯ ➶ Die Rättin Author Günter Grass – Myportal.pro Bir dilek gerçekleşiyor; Nuh'un gemisinde farelerle yer yok; insandan yalnız çöp kalıyor geriye; bir gemi sık sık isim değştiriyor; dinozorların soyu tükeniyor; eski bir tanış çıkageliBir dilek gerçekleşiyor; Nuh'un gemisinde farelerle yer yok; insandan yalnız çöp kalıyor geriye; bir gemi sık sık isim değştiriyor; dinozorların soyu tükeniyor; eski bir tanış çıkageliyor; bir kart Polonya gezisine ça.

Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ

Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ Günter Wilhelm Grass was a Nobel Prize winning German novelist poet playwright illustrator graphic artist and sculptorHe was born in the Free City of Danzig now Gdańsk Poland Since 1945 he lived in West Germany but in his fiction he freuently returned to the Danzig of his childhood He always identified himself as a KashubianHe is best known for his first novel The Tin Drum 1959

10 thoughts on “Die Rättin

  1. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBII don't understand this book's low ratings I thought it was beautiful and though it took me a few minutes to get used to the mixed up point of view between characters I still think all the same that it was worthwhile It's not the type of book that just stays straightforward and simple and sometimes it's almost childish even but definitely a great story of a rat and its view of the world that humans are creating for better or for worse


  2. Jonfaith Jonfaith says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBIFlying across the Atlantic in 1997 Two Frenchmen noticed me reading The Rat both were already uite drunk and fuelling their mirth with minibottle cocktails which they pored into Coke cans One held his nose and said something the other began laughing and mumbled something in a thickened voice the word nazi may have been in there I can't really say I put on my headphones and attempted to ignore them hoping the airport security would stomp them upon arrival No I didn't think that I was hoping they'd leave me alone They did I finished the novel in Rome and was astonished The return of Oskar and the idea of image as document was remarkable Such were a few of The Rat's favorite things including Hansel and Gretel being besieged by acid rain and mutually assured destruction as a lullaby


  3. Matt Matt says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBIUPDATE On special reuest I have translated my review into English only to find out how hard this is See belowJadoch Rättin ich will mich wohl bemühen und über dich schreiben Nacktschwänzig knopfäugig graufel


  4. Joe Hunt Joe Hunt says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBII didn't totally finish this one either maybe dragged on a little bit in some partsBut sometimes it was amazingIt's funnyA great titleIt's funny just to start talking about rats of all thingsSeemed like he had a lot to say about rats It was good I can't remember a ton of it Something about a ratYou know what? I really like to post books I only read a little ofI must be the laziest reader in the worldI think I read it in a dream


  5. T.P. Williams T.P. Williams says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBII have generally been a fan of Grass' so in the sixties but recently enjoyed Crabwalk but found this book a big disappointment Muddled POV is only one problem as I was freuently lost between the narrator and the She Rat as to who was relating the story such as it was Several strands of thought are not connected by the author He revisits old territory Tin Drum and The Flounder by reviving some of those characters including old pal Oskar Matzerath That was good but the strands were not connected The movie treatment the narrator gives for a silent film about the destruction of the forests sounded like some bs a guy will spew sitting on a bar stool after a couple of rounds maybe that was the idea Rat apocalyps


  6. Pat Anderson Pat Anderson says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBIGrass is another one of those beatnikhippy writers like Vonegutt whose ideas seem a bit dated now I enjoyed 'The Tin Drum' when I read it in the late 80s even though Oskar comes across as a nasty self centred brat I am sure when the book was written Oskar seemed like a wonderful radical non conformist role model Times change though That is why I did not enjoy 'The Rat' It was written in the 80s so it is hard to indulge Grass his hippy rhetoric The main crime though was his crass attempt to appeal to my generation with his 'Only the punks understood' patronising tone There is nothing sadder than an old man trying to 'get down with the kids' and this is what Grass is trying to do here The book is just a rehash of old hippy ideals which Grass tries to disg


  7. Liz Liz says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBI Now She rat that forests and rivers plains and mountains manifestos and prayers even banners and leaflets not to mention heads emptied by speculation provide indications that our yarn may be running out; now that the end is being postponed from day to day knitting women are the lat counter force whereas men just talk everything to pieces and finish nothing not even mittens capable of supplying warmth to freezing humanity Gunter Grass The Rat p27This book was a roller coaster of awesome


  8. Tori Tori says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBII remember struggling with this book when I read it in high school a time period that seems very far away now However it's also stuck with me sort of like a bad dream and so perhaps it's one I should re read someday Since he references his earlier work in this book and it's the only Grass I've read it's not surprising I had trouble with it The Tin Drum is certainly higher on my to read list


  9. Lauren DeLong Lauren DeLong says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBIOne of my favorite books ever The narrative style is delightful and layered and often humorous insights into the human condition and capitalism make this a classic as far as I'm concerned


  10. Katey Katey says:

    Epub Günter Grass Ø Ø Die Rättin eBook Õ rättin kindle, Die Rättin MOBIBefore I started this book I was warned well by other reviews But the premise a rat telling her story of human history was too intriguing to pass upI thought I had a handle on keeping the narrators and timelines straight but add in the annoying 'creative' use of syntax and it wore on me uickly I was even able to overlook and treat as mammal metaphor the She rat's Grass's term claim that rats were around and were a contributing factor to the extinction of dinosaurs; dinosaurs were very much gone when the first rodents evolved I considered skipping through and reading the rat narrated parts but post modernism aggravates me too m


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