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The Reader (1995)

de Bernhard Schlink

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For 15-year-old Michael Berg, a chance meeting with an older woman leads to far more than he ever imagined. The woman in question is Hanna, and before long they embark on a passionate, clandestine love affair which leaves Michael both euphoric and confused. For Hanna is not all she seems. Years later, as a law student observing a trial in Germany, Michael is shocked to realize that the person in the dock is Hanna. The woman he had loved is a criminal. Much about her behaviour during the trial does not make sense. But then suddenly, and terribly, it does - Hanna is not only obliged to answer for a horrible crime, she is also desperately concealing an even deeper secret. 'A tender, horrifying novel that shows blazingly well how the Holocaust should be dealt with in fiction.… (mais)
  1. 112
    The Book Thief de Markus Zusak (bookcrazyblog, lucyknows)
    bookcrazyblog: Though book thief is understood to be Teen-read, it is deep and enthralling. If you liked The Reader for anything beyond its sensuality in the first part, you will love Book Thief
    lucyknows: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak may linked with The Reader by Bernhard Schlink using the themes of reading, Nazi Germany and death. You could also pair it with the graphic novel Maus by Art Spiegelman. Atonement by Ian McEwan could work as well because of the young protagonists, war, and reading.… (mais)
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    In My Brother's Shadow: A Life and Death in the SS de Uwe Timm (Tinwara)
    Tinwara: Autobiographical account that also deals with the post war generation in Germany, trying to come to an understanding of how loved persons can make the wrong decisions.
  3. 10
    Those Who Save Us de Jenna Blum (bnbookgirl)
    bnbookgirl: One of my top ten fav's.
  4. 10
    Without Blood de Alessandro Baricco (2810michael)
  5. 10
    Let Me Go de Helga Schneider (Booksloth)
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    Julia de Otto de Kat (charl08)
    charl08: Both novels deal with the after effects of Nazism, felt many years after the war ends.
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    The Travels of Daniel Ascher de Déborah Lévy-Bertherat (OneOfDem)
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    The Girl at the Lion d'Or de Sebastian Faulks (MissBrangwen)
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    A Child of Hitler de Alfons Heck (AlisonY)
    AlisonY: Written by a German child who became a high-ranking leader of the Hitler Youth, this autobiography picks up on the theme from 'The Reader' about what made some people join the Nazi party
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    Before I Knew Him de Anna Ralph (1Owlette)
  11. 11
    Ethan Frome de Edith Wharton (1Owlette)
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    Enduring Love de Ian McEwan (lucyknows)
    lucyknows: The Reader could be successfully paired with Enduring Love for English Studies. In addition either book could also be be paired with the film The Talented Mr Ripley under the theme of obsession
  13. 23
    Close Range de Annie Proulx (1Owlette)
    1Owlette: Although very different in many ways, [The Reader] and [Brokeback Mountain] are both similarly devastating and concentrated in their impact.
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    Beatrice and Virgil de Yann Martel (Cecilturtle)
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    Berlin de Pierre Frei (Johanna11)
    Johanna11: Although the books are very different in many respects, both are about Berlin after WWII and about Germans during WWII and after.
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I was so intrigued that I read this in under 48 hours, which is saying a lot for someone who doesn’t have a whole lot of reading time on her hands!

**SPOILERS AHEAD**

This book shocked me, to say the least. From the description of Michael and Hanna’s love life to Hanna’s death actually making me feel sad, the only “dull moment” would be between Hanna going away and the end of the trials...I guess I just am not much of a legal person! As for Hanna’s death making me sad...I was sure, while reading the trials, I would not feel anything for Hanna after learning she served in a Nazi camp. However, Schlink wrote Michael in such a way that I could feel empathetic toward him. I was so emotionally invested in the story that Michael’s feelings basically became my own, so when he had to fight back tears after learning Hanna killed herself, so did I. I felt less bad about it when I learned Hanna immediately began educating herself (upon becoming literate) on the oppression and other disgusting things the Jewish people had to go through during the Holocaust and gave her money to the surviving daughter. (No, this does not excuse her past actions, but it made being sad about her death a little more excusable.)

I almost gave this 4/5 due to how slow the middle was for me, but when I realized how effective Schlink’s shock factors were, and remembered how much I enjoyed reading the rest of the book, I decided to bump the rating up. ( )
  Akacya | Feb 28, 2021 |
It's been a few years since I tackled any fictional works from the post war German era that attempt to deal with the past, but I am glad that I chose this book to take the plunge with. The premise of the novel begins with an illicit love affair between a 16 and a 36 year old, but this is seriously not the value of the book (even though I'm sure veiled eroticism is what got it listed as an Oprah book club pick). The larger themes of overcoming the past are overarching, but what struck me was how humanely Hanna (a former concentration camp guard) is portrayed. Her lifelong lie to hide her illiteracy which is the cause of her eventual prison sentence (because she would rather retain her dignity than admit that she was incapable of commiting the crimes of which she is accused) gives the reader a chance to see the human face behind a person who would normally just be labelled as a Nazi collaborator. ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
> Bemhard Schlink : LE LISEUR (Roman traduit de l'allemand par Bernard Lortholary, Gallimard, coll. « Du monde entier », 1997, 202 p., 95 F)
Se reporter au compte rendu de M.-O. P.
In: Revue Esprit No. 237 (11) (Novembre 1997), pp. 227-228… ; (en ligne),
URL : https://esprit.presse.fr/article/jacques-darras/florence-delay-la-seduction-brev...

> Le liseur, de Bernhard SCHLINK (Gallimard, Paris, 1996, 202 p.)
Se reporter au compte rendu de Roger CHAMBERLAND
In: (1997). Compte rendu de [Nouveautés]. Québec français, n° 107 (automne 1997), p. 21.… ; (en ligne),
URL : https://id.erudit.org/iderudit/56387ac
  Joop-le-philosophe | Jan 22, 2021 |
Un adolescente se enamora de una mujer veinte años mayor a partir de un encuentro casual. Al hacerse adulto se hace abogado y la reencuentra en juicios contra criminales del nazismo: ella había sido carcelera
  socogarv | Jan 19, 2021 |
This is my second read of this book. I found myself deeply engaged with the narrator, Michael, who has an affair with an older woman at 15. Years later, he is studying law and she is on trial as a Nazi war criminal. The story is introspective, and explores the impact of early relationships on our choices. Well written...I'd read it a third time! ( )
  LynnB | Jan 13, 2021 |
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What starts out as a story of sexual awakening, something that Colette might have written, a ''Cherie and the Last of Cherie'' set in Germany after the war, is suddenly darkened by history and tragic secrets. In the end, one is both moved and disturbed, saddened and confused, and, above all, powerfully affected by a tale that seems to bear with it the weight of truth.
 
Schlink's daring fusion of 19th-century post-romantic, post-fairy-tale models with the awful history of the 20th century makes for a moving, suggestive and ultimately hopeful work, an original contribution to the impossible genre with the questionable name of Vergangenheitsbewaltigung, ''coming to terms with the past.''
 

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For 15-year-old Michael Berg, a chance meeting with an older woman leads to far more than he ever imagined. The woman in question is Hanna, and before long they embark on a passionate, clandestine love affair which leaves Michael both euphoric and confused. For Hanna is not all she seems. Years later, as a law student observing a trial in Germany, Michael is shocked to realize that the person in the dock is Hanna. The woman he had loved is a criminal. Much about her behaviour during the trial does not make sense. But then suddenly, and terribly, it does - Hanna is not only obliged to answer for a horrible crime, she is also desperately concealing an even deeper secret. 'A tender, horrifying novel that shows blazingly well how the Holocaust should be dealt with in fiction.

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