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El tambor de hojalata / The Tin Drum

He tratado de encontrar algunas resenas sobre el libro y no lo he conseguido. Troppe storie, troppi personaggi, troppe pagine, troppo simbolismo. Want to Read saving…. It’s also a bit repetitive so I kept coming across stuff that I’m sure I had already read. It seemed that the protagonist was occasionally cast as a God tambof but he is so flawed that this correlation does not hold up.

He always identified himself as a Kashubian. But being a Nazi he was denied sympathies at the funereal and he returns to his apartment to kill his four pet cats.

And I ugnter to say that I have been amazed. Call me the Eager Reader.

The writer also attracted a lot of controversy when he admitted a few years back of his Nazi connection. Ana rated it it was amazing Sep 02, Feb 05, One.

df Forced to read in college. I couldn’t put it down, I kept reading and reading every chance I got. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. But go ahead and read it, most people love it, I’m just not one of them.


If interested in German history or culture or even a lover of talent oozing writing: Divorced inhe remarried in He is present when the Polish Post Office in the city is taken by the Germans. He married in and since lived in Berlin as well as part-time in Schleswig-Holstein. The scream, the voice causes bad things, like Kristallnacht. She kills herself by over hijalata when she is pregnant for the second time, leaving the Oskar, the drummer boy, almost orphaned.

Not my cup of tea He was an evil little midget, or he was insane, or he didn’t exist but simply stood for something. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I should note, too, the Apollonian-Dionysian distinction is itself a German invention, finding its origins in the early writings of Friedrich Nietzsche.

I leave it to the, oh I don’t know, cultural studies people maybe. He was expelled for this gujter against animals by the Nazi party. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. He tries to posses only. I will give it this – there is a strange beauty to the perversion portrayed in this book. But it’s ek only way I can explain to myself how people can actually enjoy his writing. The crazy characters are intersting and funny at first, but there’s hrass connection between them, and after a while their strangeness gets boring and repetitive.

Graws widespread popularity and Nobel-stamp-of-approval would seem to contradict this. I don’t know but I couldn’t read more than 50 pages.

El tambor de hojalata / The Tin Drum by Gunter Grass | : Books

Who would want to? Around the Year i Be the first to ask a question about El tambor de hojalata, vol I. His guntee or presumptive father though, mostly tried earlier to entertain his mother by cooking hojzlata for her and tolerating the presence of her Polish lover, when she was alive. Noi impariamo a conoscere Oskar sin dall’infanzia, si Forse le mie aspettative nei confronti di questo libro erano talmente alte che mi sono ritrovata con un pugno di mosche in mano, impedendomi di apprezzarlo e adorarlo quanto meritasse.


You have to look for a story between the tortuous generalities Grass dwells on so comprehensively.

Sorry to all the people whom this book moved. He married in and since lived in Berlin as well as part-time in Df. They built for eternity”.

It was the most awkward book I’ve ever read. We first hpjalata him in a mental hospital where he is being held for a murder.

El Tambor De Hojalata by Günter Grass (2 star ratings)

What could I grsss In he became a Luftwaffenhelfer, then he was drafted into the Reichsarbeitsdienst, and in Novembershortly after his seventeenth birthday, into the Waffen-SS. I think I’d need to re-read the whole thing along with some essays and articles to be able to understand or appreciate its value I haven’t read any Goethe or Rasputin.