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review Herztier Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Set in Romania at the height of Ceausescu's brutal reign of terror TheLand of Green Plums tells the story of a group of young students each of whom has left the impoverished provinces in search of better prospects in the city It is a profound illustration of a totalitarian state which comes to inhabitErished provinces in search of better prospects in the city It is a profound illustration of a totalitarian state which comes to inhabit every aspect of life; to the. It was all in their eyes Romanian eyes eyes of fear eyes of suffering eyes of sadness Fast forward 1989 December 25 how could I forget Christmas day Family festive spirits presents death by firing suad Nicolae Ceaușescu wife Elena two tickets one wayHell The Land of Green Plums a moving account for a group of students trying to better themselves under Ceaușescu's reign of terror living in a totalitarian state that would effect every aspect day after day Poverty stricken tormented souls hope a million miles away stand hand in hand with the oppressors or perish like a fist full of dust Trapped behind the Iron certain no gaps in between no sun Despondent faces stare at the ground desolate eyes look to the heavens Müller's prose hypnotic mentally agonizing relentlessly powerful bleak and wholly unconventional Read partly in a cafe on the metro and the comforts of home but would have seemed fitting to have sat on an old stool in the corner of a small room facing walls of decayFinal thoughts gruelling debilitating stunned the writing at times was almost too much to bear Will never forget but don't want to remember

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Set in Romania at the height of Ceausescu's brutal reign of terror TheLand of Green Plums tells the story of a group of young students each of whom has left the impov. Herztier who would like to Reading this book should be aware that this is not an entertainment reading Books about bad times are often rated differently She tells her story in a highly poetic very associative but at the same time in a very robust language This book leaves a mixed sense In the shock of the narrated events the admiration for the literary achievement mingles Especially the language enthusiastic in which the female characters are described very sensitively At the beginning the narrative style also confused me The text seems to be crack and fragmentary but one you have read in and adapted to the peculiar style of the author then you can enjoy this Book

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HerztierExtent that everyone event the strongest must either bend to the oppressors or resist them and perish Librarian note This is an alternate edition for ISBN 97818620726. When i started to read i thought Oh no stream of conscious like unconnected episodes in a weird language but as i progressed i slowly started to appreciate Müller's unusual language The metaphors are strange but are very expressiveThey make you feel the opressive atmosphere in a totalitarian regime one starts to feel persecuted by harmless men with dogs walking behind you one can relate perfectly well to how the characters grow and hopeless and depressed despite of their deep friendship and mutual support The descriptions of a bleak barren suppressed country are very accurate and the story of Lola the girl with a poor area stamped on her face who commits suicide is terrifyingly sad I love the author for her criticism not only of the dictatorship and its blind followers but also herself After the death of the girl there's a conference at school for expulsing her post mortem of the communist party and all the teachers raise arms to show their loyalty in the voting out of fear to be suspicious themselves if they don't After the scene the narrator who is easily identifiable with the author sits in a park and counts all the people who would've done the same and is devastated at the realisation that she wouldn't be an exception it shows how a system of control and angst corrupts virtually everyonethis is a really weird little book it even haunted me during nightor better the vulnerable yet strong voice of the narrator which pierces like glass despite of being uite obscure in some seuelsif you want to understand how life was in communist Romania and probably in any system depending on control and censorship read this book despite of the bleak topic it's a beautiful if not enyoyable read i don't know about the competition but i do think that Herta Müller deserves the praise and awards she got