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When he is transported to his execution, the car is hit by an artillery shell, enabling him to escape. The fact that these items were stolen from Jews and other camp inmates, benebolas were then killed, he doesn’t even think to address. Un libro non per tutti. Books by Jonathan Littell.

He resents his mother for not breastfeeding him he was allergic to her milk. Later in the book, he is given a much more shocking task – to inspect the concentration camps and determine how to make their inmates more productive as workers.

Perhaps Littell wanted to indicate that we should not take his jinathan too seriously. El resto es facultativo.

After a convalescence period in Berlin, and a visit to occupied Francehe is designated for an advisory role for the concentration campsand visits the extermination camps. It’s a testament to the very worst of mankind and the worst in mankind’s potential, from the murdering sadists of the Einsatzgruppe to the complicity of the ordinary. Is it too long? Zoveel WOII boeken zijn geschreven vanuit het perspectief van de uiteindelijke overwinnaar s en zo veel minder vanuit het perspectief van de Duitser s.

I had to listen to the audio book while taking my walks and let all the evil from the novel run down my legs and out the bottom of my feet; so much evil, thus my initial reluctance to write a review and highly recommend. Yet another man might take a bullet through the head, from one temple to the other, and will get up on his own to walk to the first-aid post.

Not for nothing did this novel win a Bad Sex award. Un libro che ti lascia senza fiato, devo dire che il finale mi ha sconvolto come non mi succedeva da tempo e mi ha annichilito per la sua incredibile svolta. Its successes are in the voice of a chillingly believable protagonist, the feeling of authenticity in its descriptions of the period, and in the ways it manipulates the reader into transformations analogous to those of its characters as the killers become desensitized, the reader does also.


This Novel About the War, however, is an absolutely breathtaking piece—a fresh and contentious addition to an already bursting market. He sits in her chair at her dressing table and then Una carefully makes up his face, combing his hair, applying lipstick. Not for the faint-hearted.

Las benévolas by Jonathan Littell (2 star ratings)

Ma il disumano non esiste. The story, which was about a the fictional SS Officer Max Aue and his experiences through the war, would have been a extraordinary page long tale its pagesif all the needless details and the weird and totally unneeded sexual acts Max Aue commits, by himself, at his sisters house that la This was a book I had been looking forward to reading for a while. Ma incredibilmente con una catena di comando cortissima, visto che quasi tutti gli ordini venivano da un ristretto numero di ufficiali di alto rango il cui dire era indiscutibile.

It received a controversial reception at the time of publication, but I agree with the critics that hailed the novel a masterpiece, though one filled with such belief-defying horror, I often found that reading 50 pages in one sitting was enough. The author once recommended to me Heart of Darknessand I can’t help thinking that that book among others served as a model for this work.

At the extreme end, Littell has decided to rehash the Oresteia with Nazis.

Quella funzionale prevedeva invece l’utilizzo di queste persone per il lavoro, fondamentale per la sopravvivenza dello stato in tempo di guerra. Quale punto di osservazione migliore se non quello di un giovane ufficiale delle Schutzstaffel SS?


Paragraphs continue on for pages with little rhyme or reason. Ebrei, zingari, malati, asociali, tutte le categorie decise in maniera insindacabile da chi interpretava il bene della nazione. Can we blame the abstraction of war, as Aue seems jojathan As with the massacres, he is mostly an observer, the narrator rather than the combatant.

Max was present at the Nazi atrocities on the Eastern Front, the siege of Stalingrad, at the death camps and finally at the nightmarish fall of Berlin. But do read The Kindly Ones.


Perfetto, ignorante, e cattivissimo? If the scope of this novel is broad enough to stretch from occupied France to the Russian front, the level of detail dives down toward the infinitesimal.

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The rest is optional. It was interesting to see a more clinical approach to the atrocities of WW2 as in not amped up emotional porn as the facts are awful enough but books do that I appreciated the factuality of it. Lists with This Book. I picked this up to finish in bed last night and was relieved when finished that I had only left myself a page; this book, I suspect because I do most of my reading at night, has been the source of some very strange and discordant dreams of late.

There are passages that could have been omitted without damage, most especially Aue’s lurid fantasies about his twin sister. Maximilien Aue is a former officer of the SD[12] security and intelligence service of the SS; the book is written in the form of his memoirs. Almost immediately he explains that, regardless of his flaws and there are oh so many he is still a human being: Many countries are presently vulnerable.

This path is rarely the result of any choice, or even of personal predilection. I’m willing to attribute these over-the-top actions to the bullet he takes through the brain while in Stalingrad.

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To say that it falls short of Benwvolas ‘s visionary originality and lacks, also, the breadth and vitality of Tolstoy, despite the claims of some reviewers is hardly a criticism. Yes, he works toward this goal, but only because it’s a logistical necessity toward winning the war—or so he claims. You have your faults: Aue is transferred to Heinrich Himmler’s personal staffwhere he is assigned an at-large supervisory role for the concentration camps.