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book ð Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee Ê Thomas Brussig En Berlin oriental justo donde Ende der eBook #10003 el antiguo muro dividia la Avenida del Sol Micha Kuppisch y su grupo de amigos viven el final del regimen comunista Pero la enorme agudeza y humor de Thomas Brussig nos hara ver ue en esa zona no todo era tan lobrego como se nos ha Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee is the book to the film I haven't seen the latter but it is said to be very different from the novelIt is set in East Berlin and describes a variety of episodes from sometimes bizarre everyday lives of people mainly teenagers in the GDRThe story is light and easy to read and even though the main characters face different troubles there is still this feeling that everything is going to be just fineI loved the humor and irony with which Brussig describes the life in the GDR As well as Micha's devotion and love to Miriam like how many boys aged 15 would go to a dancing school just to be with the girl they like Wuschel's desire to listen to illegal music of the Rolling Stones and Mario's rebellion and dreams of buying the land from the GDR in order to create a new better state Oh and I would love to read the diary that Micha wrote to Miriam must be sth very inspiring PS Something that always proves to be trueDie Hunger nach Freiheit ist größer als der Hunger nach Brot Das hat Sartre gesagt Oder Mahatma Gandhi Oder der Hunger nach Menschenrechten © Mario

ePub Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee

doc ó Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee ✓ Paperback Read ✓ ➥ [Ebook] ➠ Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee By Thomas Brussig ➯ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk En Berlin oriental justo donde el antiguo muro dividia la Avenida del Sol Micha Kuppisch y su grupo de amigos viven el final del Dicho Estos jovenes aman se Am kürzeren eBook #180 rien inventan tretas para librarse del servicio militar o se las ingenian para escuchar la musica prohibida de los Rolling Stones Jimi Hendrix o Frank Zappa en un intento atrevido por acercarse a todo auello ue Occidente prometia L This book tells the story of a group of young people living in a street next to the Todestraffe or no mam's land between East and West Germany during the times of the DDR Most of the narration centres about young Michael Mischa and his family It is also a love story While the premise put me off slightly the book turned out to be uite humorous and sweet relegating the most unsavoury aspects of life in a Communist state to the areas of ridicule and background threat I was pleasantly surprised by the loving portrait of the characters as well as by the tight narrative structure The language is uncomplicated even when it sometimes goes into slang Notable things I learnt The relationship East Germans had to cars telephones and western music one of the characters love for the Rolling Stones makes for a lot of memorable moments The traffic and contraband between east and West Berlin and its many pitfalls The replacement of religious ideals for Communist ones which prompted an effort to be seen as a good communist and a source of unintended satire Like when a school Chess contest poster is switched to display a pawn instead of a king or when Micha's mom stuffs her mailbox wit the party newspaper so that anyone can see how devoted she is The weight of Russia's meddling The suspicions of neighbours about who belonged to the Stasi etc

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Am kürzeren Ende der SonnenalleeA Avenida del Sol resulta una novela imprescindible para comprender los cambios ue se han producido en los ultimos kürzeren Ende der PDF #10003 anos en Alemania y como el arrojo de las nuevas generaciones muchas veces es fundamental para ue se produzca un cambio de rumbo en el tiemp A wonderful look into being a teenager in East Berlin with the advantages of living right next to one of the crossing points Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee is an easy fun read Though many stories about living in East Germany seem to be on the moroseserious side Thomas Brussig's novel is light hearted and really captures being a teenager regardless of where and when you lived Sure the characters own vinyl records and need to buy Western records on the black market but the frustrations joys confusions and everything else is what makes being a teenager difficult Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee understands that teenagers give very little thought to the politics of the age and lets the characters enjoy life like any teenager would