Success

Success

Lion Feuchtwanger / Jun 24, 2019

Success An enthralling roman cl depicting the rise of Nazi ideology in Germany Martin Kr ger a museum director in Munich has become quite unpopular and some people would like to be rid of him Consequently

  • Title: Success
  • Author: Lion Feuchtwanger
  • ISBN: 9780881840780
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • An enthralling roman cl depicting the rise of Nazi ideology in Germany Martin Kr ger, a museum director in Munich, has become quite unpopular and some people would like to be rid of him Consequently, the lawsuit against him does not turn out to his favor However, his friends keep fighting to prove his innocence The novel Success is than a documentation of BavAn enthralling roman cl depicting the rise of Nazi ideology in Germany Martin Kr ger, a museum director in Munich, has become quite unpopular and some people would like to be rid of him Consequently, the lawsuit against him does not turn out to his favor However, his friends keep fighting to prove his innocence The novel Success is than a documentation of Bavaria It turns out to be the story about the overall state of affairs in the epoch of incipient Nazism in Germany Victor Klemperer

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      • Lion Feuchtwanger

        Lion Feuchtwanger 1884 1958 was a German Jewish emigre A renowned novelist and playwright who fled Europe during World War II and lived in Los Angeles from 1941 until his death A fierce critic of the Nazi regime years before it assumed power precipitated his departure, after a brief internment in France, from Europe He and his wife Marta obtained asylum in the United States in 1941 and remained there in exile until they died.


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    1. As Moby-Dick; or, The Whale is to whaling, this book is to the conditions that led to the rising of the Nazis (called True Germans in the book) in and near Munich 1921-1923. This is an in depth exhaustive study that captures the atmosphere of the time. The plot involves an art critic who displays some articles that offended and is brought up on trumped up charges. The plot seemed to be secondary and to drag at times because the author wanted to be very descriptive. Readers who liked The Magic Mo [...]


    2. Written in the style of another age. The sentences and paragraphs are a delight, but the weight of so many dense and meandering pages is more than I can handle at the moment, with so much else that I must read.


    3. It's hard to find anything written about this book. It's been out of print a long time. What you do find describes it as being about the rise and fall of the Nazi party. That is part of what it's about. It was published in 1930 and the author eventually found to his surprise that, to paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of the fall of the Nazis were premature. Feuchtwanger was imprisoned in France, first by the French because he was a German, and then by the Vichy government because he was wanted by t [...]


    4. Ein wunderbares Lesevergnügen!: Im Grunde gehts um einen Gerichtsprozess, bei dem im München der Zwanziger Jahre ein liberaler und etwas leichtlebiger Museumsdirektor zu Unrecht von der rechten Justiz zu drei Jahren Festungshaft verurteilt wird. Seine Freundin findet sich damit nicht ab und versucht, Begnadigung zu erreichen. Das ist die Kerngeschichte, um die mehrere weitere Handlungsfäden herumgewoben sind, beispielsweise der von einem energischen kommunistischen Ingenieur, der Züge von Be [...]


    5. Ein mächtiger Roman. Lion Feuchtwanger erzählt in einer wunderschönen Sprache von einem München der frühen 1920er Jahre und bringt mir so einen Teil der Geschichte dieser Stadt näher, über den in dieser Form selten gesprochen wird.Die, in meiner Generation viel gestellte Frage "Wie konnte das passieren?" wird hier, für mich ganz neu beleuchtet und erklärt.Das München in dem ich heute Lebe hat gottseidank mit dem München von damals nur noch wenig gemeinsam - was eine neue Erkenntniss f [...]


    6. OMG - I accidentally stumbled onto a famous German author, which explains the exquisite poignancy of this outstanding read. Translated from the German, it is like no other type of genre I've read. Written during the 1930s (literally), the author brilliantly not only foresees the terror of the coming Socialist Party, but as well shows its fallacies, foibles, prejudices and outright insanity that this party attempts to force onto Bavarian politics, and unlike the author at the time this was writte [...]


    7. Een turf. Maar één van de grootste literaire aanklachten tegen het fascisme. Geschreven in de Duitse jaren '30, en vrijwel onmiddellijk door de nazi's op de brandstapel gegooid. Blijft - jammer genoeg- zeer actueel: "populisme, uitsluiting en demonisering als bedreigende en ondermijnende krachten van een samenleving" (achterflap).


    8. When this book was published in Dutch for the first time, the critics were not impressed at all. The style was sober, there was no real main character, and the setting was contemporary and by consequence not that mindblowing my opinion these very same flaws actualy make up its strength



    9. Eines meiner absoluten Lieblingsbücher. Selbstverständlich musste ich Feuchtwanger und seinem Roman auch ein Porträt in meinem "Bayerischen Panoptikum" widmen. Hier ein Auszug:"Kennen Sie das, dieses kleine Stückchen Schokolade, das Ihnen im Geist fortwährend zuraunt iss mich! und obwohl Sie sich fest vorgenommen haben, dieses Mal standhaft zu bleiben, geben Sie schließlich nach.In diesem Fall handelt es sich nicht um ein Stückchen Schokolade, sondern um einen Roman, der mir nicht aus dem [...]


    10. A thick book: 860 pages about the period 1921 to 1924 in Munich, centered about the Hitler-Ludendorff-putsch and a political litigation against a liberal museum director. Written in the years 1926 to 1930 it gives a somewhat distant description of Bavaria (and what would follow soon all over Germany). A situation, that we still seem to face nowadays: Bavaria's skepticism against Berlin and the political games in the name of "tradition".Of course, Feuchtwanger's work was banned during the Nazi ti [...]


    11. Feuchtwanger zeichnet die Entwicklung in seiner Heimat zur Zeiten der Weimarer Republik nach, inklusive des Entstehens des Nationalsozialismus und des Sturms auf die Feldherrnhalle. Eine bittere, hellsichtige Analyse, brillant geschliffen geschrieben.


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