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Der Vorleser summary ☆ 108 Õ La guerra ha terminado El pasado parece lejano El tiempo se ha deteni­do en los barrios de Berlín ue miran ahora con cierto asombro cómo surgen las nuevas construcciones sobre los solares sin vidaUn adolescente se desvanece en una de esas calles y es asistido por una mujer Así comienza la historia de amor ue une a MichaLa guerra ha terminado El pasado parece lejano El tiempo se ha deteni­do en los barrios de Berlín ue miran ahora con cierto asombro cómo surgen las nuevas construcciones sobre los solares sin vidaUn adolescente se desvanece en una de esas calles y es asistido por una mujer Así comienza la historia de amor ue une a Michael Berg con Hannah Volver a v. Der Vorleser The Reader Bernhard SchlinkThe Reader is a novel by German law professor and judge Bernhard Schlink published in Germany in 1995 The story is told in three parts by the main character Michael Berg Each part takes place in a different time period in the past Part I begins in a West German city in 1958 After 15 year old Michael becomes ill on his way home 36 year old tram conductor Hanna Schmitz notices him cleans him up and sees him safely home He spends the next three months absent from school battling hepatitis Part 2 Six years later while attending law school Michael is part of a group of students observing a war crimes trial A group of middle aged women who had served as SS guards at a satellite of Auschwitz in occupied Poland are being tried for allowing 300 Jewish women under their ostensible protection to die in a fire locked in a church that had been bombed during the evacuation of the camp The incident was chronicled in a book written by one of the few survivors who emigrated to the United States after the war; she is the main prosecution witness at the trial Part 3 Years have passed Michael is divorced and has a daughter from his brief marriage He is trying to come to terms with his feelings for Hanna and begins taping readings of books and sending them to her without any correspondence while she is in prison Hanna begins to teach herself to read and then write in a childlike way by borrowing the books from the prison library and following the tapes along in the text She writes to Michael but he cannot bring himself to reply After 18 years Hanna is about to be released so he agrees after hesitation to find her a place to stay and employment visiting her in prison On the day of her release in 1983 she commits suicide and Michael is heartbroken Michael learns from the warden that she had been reading books by many prominent Holocaust survivors such as Elie Wiesel Primo Levi Tadeusz Borowski and histories of the camps The warden in her anger towards Michael for communicating with Hanna only by audio tapes expresses Hanna's disappointment Hanna left him an assignment give all her money to the survivor of the church fireعنوانها «برايم كتاب بخوان»؛ «کتابخوان»؛ نویسنده برنهارد شلینک؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز نوزدهم ماه فوریه سال 2004میلادیعنوان برايم كتاب بخوان؛ نویسنده برنهارد شلینک؛ مترجم بهمندخت اویسی؛ تهران، نشر فرزان، 1381؛ در سیزده و 239ص؛ شابک 9643211703؛ چاپ دیگر با عنوان کتابخوان؛ تهران، نشر تاریخ ایران، 1388، در 204ص؛ شابک 9789646082755؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان آلمانی سده 20مداستان در سال 1958میلادی در آلمان آغاز می‌شود؛ «میشائیل»، نوجوان پانزده ساله، بطور اتفاقی، با زنی به نام «هانا»، آشنا و به او علاقمند می‌شود؛ «هانا» هر بار که «میشائیل» نزد او می‌رود، او را وادار می‌کند، تا برایش با صدای بلند کتاب بخواند؛ «میشائیل» روزی متوجه می‌شود، که «هانا» بدون آنکه نشانی از خود برجای بگذارد، شهر را ترک کرده است؛ سال‌ها می‌گذرد، و «میشائیل» بزرگ می‌شود؛ او در رشته ‌ی حقوق تحصیل می‌کند، و روزی، در یکی از دادگاه‌ هایی که برای مجازات جنایتکاران جنگ جهانی دوم برپا ‌شده، «هانا» را می‌یابد؛ «هانا» در جایگاه متهمان قرار گرفته، و شواهد بر این دلالت دارند، که او در زمان جنگ، نگهبان زندانیانی بوده است، که به شکل وحشیانه ‌ای قتل‌عام شده ‌اند ؛ با اقتباس از این داستان فیلمی نیز به همین نام ساخته شده است؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 18071399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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Ece Solo volverá a verla siete años después en mitad de un delicado juicio en el ue Berg volverá a sentirse atrapado por ellaBernhard Schlink ha escrito una de las historias más emocionantes ue he leído sobre el amor el nazismo y la culpa sobre la herencia del pasado y la obligada restitución a las víctimas por parte de las generaciones futuras. Great bookWonderful piece and remotely expressed Words flowing like water in oceansI'd Miss someone with that bookAs the Young Lady entangled with teenWhich flows the flawless love between them even when she got life imprisonment She was turned to old And Teen was turned to ManTime had changed but their love sustained as he gave her recordings of storiesLovely BookAlso Watch movie based on this novel My one of favourite actress the drama ueen Kate Winslet's performance was surreal

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Der VorleserErla cada día se convertirá en la única obsesión del uinceañero El colegio los amigos las ansias juveniles desaparecen de repente de su vida Solo aspira a encontrarse con ella pisar su cálida cocina reanudar la ceremonia del baño seducir y dejarse seducir lo demás no importa Da igual ue no sepa uién es esa mujer Hasta ue un día Hannah desapar. 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 by itThe novel starts with a romance when fifteen year old Michael finds himself ill on the way home from school and is taken in by a woman twice his age They begin an affair which is described by numerous critics as erotic This was the first hurdle my enjoyment came up against When I was fifteen with raging hormones and an extremely good looking history teacher I would probably have been able to appreciate the eroticism of such an opportunity to have an illicit affair with someone much older and experienced But that's just a bunch of teenage fantasies that would never have become realities Now it creeps me out I couldn't see it as a love story I saw it as being about an adult who takes advantage of a child all very ironic when I think about my first interpretation of Lolita but I guess I grew up somewhatIt has been suggested that we are expected to draw parallels between Hanna's secret and the behaviour of most German people during the second world war that is why Schlink deliberately set the novel in this fragile post war period But I'm really not a fan of stories that are one big metaphor for something else or no maybe it isn't so much that I don't like that but that it has to be done in a manner which I find appealing and it has to be obvious I refuse to believe in metaphors that have been proposed by some random critic and then jumped on by everyone else I'm trying not to give away Hanna's secret in case there are people who haven't worked it out straight away but I wasn't buying into this metaphorThis combined with the author's sparse tone uickly distanced me from the novel I just prefer interesting and complex characters an engaging plot relationships I care about I prefer all this over metaphor In the end metaphor is subjective and if I can't see it myself without someone else suggesting it to me then I believe either the author failed to make their metaphorical point clearly enough or the metaphor itself doesn't exist