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The beginning of this novel was not very exciting for me, the first pages left me quite indifferent. Only the first pages, luckily. Germany, World War II.
La bambina che salvava i libri by Markus Zusak (3 star ratings)
It’s the story of Liesel’s childhood, the thief of books, a little girl adopted by a modest German family, dea. It’s the story of Liesel’s childhood, the thief of books, a little girl adopted by a modest German family, dealing with hunger and bombs. It’s the story of his adoptive dad and mom, Hans and Rosa Hubermann, a good and gentle man, the first, a crusty and practical big lady, the second.
It’s the story of Rudy Steiner, a Liesel’s playmate, who falls in love with her. And it’s the story of Bambima, a jewish boy, who weaves his own destiny with that of Liesel. Although some statements appear to be somewhat cryptic, Zusak’s prose is fluid and meaningful.
I see the influence of Neil Gaiman ‘s ” Death “because of the eccentric character of the Death. I cannot fail to see the little Scout in Liesel’s shoes, as well as I cannot fail to see the good Atticus in Hans Hubermann’s shoes.
I cannot fail to see the same oppressed, black persons in jews’s shoes. Siamo in Germania, durante la seconda guerra mondiale. E’ la storia della fanciullezza di Liesel, la ladra di libri, una bambina adottata da una modesta famiglia tedesca, alle prese con la fame e le bombe. E’ la storia di Rudy Steiner, compagno di giochi di Liesel, dichiaratamente innamorato di lei. Vedo influenze del ” Death ” di Neil Chsper il carattere piuttosto eccentrico della Morte. Non riesco a non ls la piccola Scout nei panni di Liesel, come pure non riesco a non rivedere il buon Atticus nei panni di Hans Hubermann.
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Preview — La bambina che salvava i libri by Markus Zusak. La bambina che salvava i libri by Markus Zusak Goodreads Author. Il primo fu quello caduto nella neve accanto alla tomba dove era stato appena seppellito il suo fratellino.
Stavano andando a Molching, vicino a Monaco, dove li aspettavano i loro genitori adottivi. Il secondo, invece, lo sottrasse al fuoco di uno dei tanti roghi accesi dai nazisti.
A loro piaceva bruciare tutto: Accadde forse quando vide per la prima volta la libreria della moglie del sindaco, un’intera stanza ricolma di volumi?
Hardcoverpages. Published March 13th by Frassinelli first published MolchingGermany Germany. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about La bambina che salvava i libriplease sign up. I would like librl ask if anyone cried while reading the book? I had to wait until the train was clear before I could compose myself bamnina leave.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Aug 09, Sophia. I have no personality, but I’m a cute little girl. Her name is not Liesel. Even though I stole, like, 3 books in total or bsmbina. Shut up, Book Thief. Have you ever seen a lemon? That’s what my hair looks like.
Here is a little information you should know: Very relevant and everything. We shall kick off with the definition from the dictionary of the word lemon. A lemon is a vegetable that is very yellow and acid. Dhe what the Book Thief’s friend’s hair looks like. That’s not a very good description. That’s how I picture Rudy now. Shut up and read so you can cry, reader. Reader, are you crying yet?
Can you just stop that? Popping up out of nowhere?
Get used to it. And keep on reading before I killz you! This book is not gonna end well. You could have used spoiler tags, man! Papa, can you play the accordion? Saukerl means bitch, basically, but I suppose it’s less brutal if they say it in German. A lot of random words will be in German for the sole purpose of making this book look smart and bilingual.
What’s the point then? Who said it has to be useful? I bet you’re one of those ridiculous people who thinks linri book has to have a plot? Or that characters have to be multi-dimensional? And you probably think that two metaphors per sentence is too much? This book will show you zalvava how wrong you are. Why did I pick up this book again? Because everyone luurved it.
And you will, too. Shut the fuck up, you slut bitch cunt fucking whore. Wanna go steal something?
La bambina che salvava i libri
You have the tissues ready? That’s why I’m not crying. Shut up and keep on reading. But I’m already pages in and nothing’s happened yet! Saukerl, wanna play football? Oh, man, not you again! Stop yelling at me. This is an information you should know: Can you just stop glorifying book thievery?
It’s not that impressive. You make me expect something huge and it’s not. So okay, she stole a book. It’s not that amazing. Stop acting like it is. Can you read this book for me?
Hey, you saalvava punk ass motherfucking slut, dinner’s ready! Here are two informations that you should know. First, the definition from the dictionary of the word Dinner. Dinner is the main meal of the day, eaten in the evening or at midday.
This is a joke, right?