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N one evening to meet up with Gerti's Jewish lover a blockade cuts off the girls' path it is the Fürher in a motorcade procession and the crowd goes mad striving to catch a glimpse of Hitler's raised empty hand Then the parade is over and in the long hours after midnight Sanna and Gerti will face betrayal death and the heartbreaking reality of being young in an era devoid of innocence or romance In German author Irmgard Keun had only.

nach mobile mitternacht book Nach Mitternacht eBookN one evening to meet up with Gerti's Jewish lover a blockade cuts off the girls' path it is the Fürher in a motorcade procession and the crowd goes mad striving to catch a glimpse of Hitler's raised empty hand Then the parade is over and in the long hours after midnight Sanna and Gerti will face betrayal death and the heartbreaking reality of being young in an era devoid of innocence or romance In German author Irmgard Keun had only.

MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓

MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ Irmgard Keun – was a German novelist She is noted for her portrayals of the life of women in the Weimar Republic as well as the early years of the Nazi Germany era She was born into an affluent family and was given the autonomy to explore her passions After her attempts at acting ended at the age of Keun began working as a writer after years of working in Hamburg and Greifswald.

10 thoughts on “Nach Mitternacht

  1. Lisa Lisa says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBookPainfully glorious readThis is my second book by Irmgard Keun and I have to say I am shocked it took me so long to discover her incredible power to tell the story of the midnight that fell over Germany in the 1930s which eventually forced her first into exile and then into hiding only to be forgotten as a relic of a time gone by after 1945 when the former Nazis established themselves as guardians of morality and dutiful propriety and the emancipated women's tales of the early 30s were not considered interesting or uplifting lectureThe story written in 1937 told from the perspective of a young girl trying to navigate the totalitarian system that her home has turned


  2. Kim Kim says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBookI first heard of this book and its author only a few weeks ago when I read an article in the local newspaper in which a number of Australian writers were asked to nominate their favourite books of 2011 I don’t know why this particular work drew my attention but I’m very glad that it did When the book was published in 1937 Irmgard Keun was living in exile in the Netherlands her previous novels having been banned by the Nazi regime As the editorial note at the end of the Kindle edition explains Keun returned to Germany when the Netherlands fell to Germany in 1940 She travelled on a passport in an assumed name after the publication of reports that she had committed suicide She then lived with her parents in Germany f


  3. Friederike Knabe Friederike Knabe says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBookSometimes we happen to come across a little gem of a book that had disappeared literally for decades After Midnight written by Irmgard Keun in 1937 during her exile in Holland is just one such book Now translated into English by the admirable Anthea Bell the first since the original translation in 1938 it belongs into a select treasure collection of recently re discovered notable German fiction written either just before or right after World War II Each novel depicts in its own way aspects of ordinary people's daily life during the early years of the Nazi regime Among these authors we find books by Hans Falla


  4. Matt Matt says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBookPast Midnight Some stars still shine behind cloudy mists Let there be sun tomorrow dear God This book Written in 1937 set around the same time – contemporary literature And today? Is it still relevant? Unfortunately yes Who’s going to read it? The sane people? They already know what’s in it The insane people? Reading is far too exhausting and boring for them Any bet you they


  5. Susan Susan says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBookThis novella length book was first published in 1937 and very much like Alone in Berlin Penguin Modern Classics it tells the story of living in Nazi Germany by a German who lived there Irmgaud Keun 1905 1982 was an author born in Berlin whose work was destroyed in the infamous book burnings which took place under Nazi rule Arrested by the Gestapo she was forced shortly into exile during which time she had an affair with Jewish author Joseph Roth Much of this novella mirrors her life and you can feel the authenticity of experience in every lineSanna flees from Cologne after being investigated by the Gestapo for making unguarded comments and ends up living with her hal


  6. Susanna Susanna says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBookI was expecting After Midnight to be one of those novels that's not that interesting by itself but sticks in your mind later as a reflection of its times I'm looking at Mephisto Klaus Mann and A Tomb for Boris Davidovich Danilo Kis here Not so for Keun's novel of Nazi Germany however I enjoyed the novel while I was reading and still had that feeling of this is great because it expresses pivotal history Keun's narrator Sanna is deceptively naïve She's young and all absorbed with romance and social relationships and the


  7. Daisy Mae Daisy Mae says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBook45 empowered female anti Nazis authors out of 5 ”The Führer doesn’t mind taking risks He can say the word and declare war tomorrow and kill the lot of us We’re all in his hands” It’s isn’t often I can categorize a book as being both gorgeously and grotesquely written Only in Nazi Germany am I right?I thoroughly enjoyed the display of moral ambiguity among the characters who mostly


  8. Susann Susann says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBookOne of the few instances when I just want to quote the book blurbsreview snippets because all of them are spot on Keun wrote this slim novel set in mid 1930s Germany with a tone that is somehow light and devastating Through protagonist Sanna's naive eyes and artless comments the reader sees everyday Germany where Hitler's fascism has become normal No one is safe neighbors and relatives inform on each other and even a visit to the Ladies Room is fraught with tension about what someone might overhearSanna is an excellent observer and although she is no Nazi sympathizer is also far from political and does not stick her neck out Her naivete is not always believable and Keun does pack in the melodrama But that is a small matter in such a strong showing of the horror of what is to come and what already is Keun wrote After Midnight in 1937 shortly after fleeing GermanyVery glad


  9. JacquiWine JacquiWine says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBook45 StarsAfter Midnight was written and published in 1937 while Keun was living in exile in Europe having left Germany the previous year Deceptively straightforward and engaging on the su


  10. Meg A Bookish Affair Meg A Bookish Affair says:

    MOBI Irmgard Keun ✓ Nach Mitternacht MOBI ó ✓ nach mobile, mitternacht book, Nach Mitternacht eBookI really really love when publishers bring old treasures also known as a book in this particular case to new light and new audiences After Midnight is one of those books This is a short book about a vivacious girl named Sanna who


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