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Der Gang vor die Hunde
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Der Gang vor die Hunde (2013)

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Going to the Dogs de Erich Kästner (Author) (2013)

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An unsettling book to read right now. I started it while traveling in Germany--in Dusseldorf, which in 2016 is very different than Berlin of the 20s. But the book feels very familiar, with its chaotic background and Fabian, the narrator, struggling to support himself and find meaning. His rent (for a room in a boarding house) is 40% of his pay, which sounds familiar.

Towards the end, he's back home and runs into an old classmate who's joined up with the Stahlhelm (I think it's a nationalistic precurser to the Nazis). When he tells the friend they will fail and bring down Germany with them, the friend responds, "Then we shall all go under, and to hell with it."

Fabian responds, "Where do you get the audacity to condemn 60 million people to ruin, simply because you're fond of a scrap and possess the sense of honor of an insulted turkey-cock?"

I sure hope our 2016 turkey-cock gets soundly defeated in three weeks. ( )
1 vote giovannaz63 | Jan 18, 2021 |
My booty on a recent trip to Berlin was more yarn than print, but this was one of the books that made it into my bag for the trip home.

I bought it from St George's English bookshop and if you would like more detail about the wonderful bookshops in Berlin, I wrote something about them here.

It has a quote on the back from The Times Literary Supplement

Damned for its improper subject matter, Going to the Dogs showed the crumbling Berlin of Christopher Isherwood's stories with something of Isherwood's sharp intelligence, but a far more tragic sense of implication.

It's a comparison I'm looking forward to making for myself, having acquired the relevant Isherwood volume, also a slim affair, at the same time. One can certainly agree that Kästner has an eerie feel for what is happening in Germany and what the outcome will be, an outcome he knows will be far more widespread. In 1931 he is well aware that he is watching the downfall, the disintegration, the degeneration of Europe. It's horrifying to be aware, reading it now, and seeing the ways in which it compares with Europe now, that there was no hindsight on the author's. He was calling it as he saw it day by day.

Rest here:

https://alittleteaalittlechat.wordpress.com/2015/09/24/going-to-the-dogs-the-sto... ( )
  bringbackbooks | Jun 16, 2020 |
My booty on a recent trip to Berlin was more yarn than print, but this was one of the books that made it into my bag for the trip home.

I bought it from St George's English bookshop and if you would like more detail about the wonderful bookshops in Berlin, I wrote something about them here.

It has a quote on the back from The Times Literary Supplement

Damned for its improper subject matter, Going to the Dogs showed the crumbling Berlin of Christopher Isherwood's stories with something of Isherwood's sharp intelligence, but a far more tragic sense of implication.

It's a comparison I'm looking forward to making for myself, having acquired the relevant Isherwood volume, also a slim affair, at the same time. One can certainly agree that Kästner has an eerie feel for what is happening in Germany and what the outcome will be, an outcome he knows will be far more widespread. In 1931 he is well aware that he is watching the downfall, the disintegration, the degeneration of Europe. It's horrifying to be aware, reading it now, and seeing the ways in which it compares with Europe now, that there was no hindsight on the author's. He was calling it as he saw it day by day.

Rest here:

https://alittleteaalittlechat.wordpress.com/2015/09/24/going-to-the-dogs-the-sto... ( )
  bringbackbooks | Jun 16, 2020 |
My booty on a recent trip to Berlin was more yarn than print, but this was one of the books that made it into my bag for the trip home.

I bought it from St George's English bookshop and if you would like more detail about the wonderful bookshops in Berlin, I wrote something about them here.

It has a quote on the back from The Times Literary Supplement

Damned for its improper subject matter, Going to the Dogs showed the crumbling Berlin of Christopher Isherwood's stories with something of Isherwood's sharp intelligence, but a far more tragic sense of implication.

It's a comparison I'm looking forward to making for myself, having acquired the relevant Isherwood volume, also a slim affair, at the same time. One can certainly agree that Kästner has an eerie feel for what is happening in Germany and what the outcome will be, an outcome he knows will be far more widespread. In 1931 he is well aware that he is watching the downfall, the disintegration, the degeneration of Europe. It's horrifying to be aware, reading it now, and seeing the ways in which it compares with Europe now, that there was no hindsight on the author's. He was calling it as he saw it day by day.

Rest here:

https://alittleteaalittlechat.wordpress.com/2015/09/24/going-to-the-dogs-the-sto... ( )
  bringbackbooks | Jun 16, 2020 |
Bien, mais encore? Vers l'abîme, titre a postériori... C'est bien de ressentir une époque malheureuse, mais en rester là, c'est discutable. Toutefois, le personnage principal est beaucoup plus profond qu'il en a l'air. A découvrir. ( )
  Nikoz | Feb 23, 2017 |
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Fabian saß in einem Café namens Spalteholz und las die Schlagzeilen der Abendblätter: Englisches Luftschiff explodiert über Beauvais, Strychnin lagert neben Linsen, Neunjähriges Mädchen aus dem Fenster gesprungen, Abermals erfolglose Ministerpräsidentenwahl, Der Mord im Lainzer Tiergarten, Skandal im Städtischen Beschaffungsamt, Die künstliche Stimme in der Westentasche, Ruhrkohlenabsatz läßt nach, Die Geschenke für Reichsbahndirektor Neumann, Elefanten auf dem Bürgersteig, Nervosität an den Kaffeemärkten, Skandal um Clara Bow, Bevorstehender Streik von 140 000 Metallarbeitern, Verbrecherdrama in Chikago, Verhandlungen in Moskau über das Holzdumping, Starhembergjäger rebellieren.
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