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Barbara Honigmann’s Eine Liebe aus nichts tells the story of a young expatriate’s journey back to Weimar to attend her father’s funeral. As the narrator remembers her father’s life, she explores her own past and relates her struggle to establish new roots following her emigration from Berlin to Paris. In its portrayal of a young woman’s complex relationship with her fatherBarbara Honigmann’s Eine Liebe aus nichts tells the story of a young expatriate’s journey back to Weimar to attend her father’s funeral. As the narrator remembers her father’s life, she explores her own past and relates her struggle to establish new roots following her emigration from Berlin to Paris. In its portrayal of a young woman’s complex relationship with her father, the novella offers a rich account of German-Jewish history and of the search for identity in the shadow of World War II. This reader is designed for intermediate and advanced German classes. In addition to English glosses of challenging words, annotations are presented alongside the original German text and provide information about cultural and literary contexts. This edition also offers • study lists for active vocabulary;• “language in context” exercises;• activities for close reading, creative writing, and literary analysis;• discussion questions and suggestions for dialogues. A final section with secondary texts related to the novel and a brief biography of the author give students additional tools to engage with Eine Liebe aus nichts and to explore its deeper meaning. ...

Title : Eine Liebe aus Nichts.
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ISBN : 9783499132452
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 105 Pages
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Eine Liebe aus Nichts. Reviews

  • Dorothea
    2019-05-01 12:45

    I agree with GONZA that it is a difficult book and moves a bit slowly, but I don't think one can say "es ist noch nicht einmal ein gutes Buch." It is a good book. It explores the themes of exile, split identity, heimat and heimatlosigkeit in sophisticated ways and gets across the detachment of the migrant in a relatable way. The structure of the plot is a bit convoluted, but so is the way that memory works.

  • GONZA
    2019-05-16 12:16

    Es ist nicht ein schlechtes Buch, aber es ist noch nicht einmal ein gutes Buch. Eine Frau erzählt, ihre Eltern leben wurzellose Auswanderer Juden nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg fallen in Deutschland (eine englische und eine bulgarisch), ihr Leben in West-Berlin und das Leben, das sie zwischen Deutschland und Frankreich habt, wenn zog nach Paris. Alles nach dem Tod seines Vaters. Ich frage mich immer noch, wenn ich vielleicht etwas versteckte Bedeutung verloren habe ....It is not a bad book, but it is not even a good book. A woman tells her parents life als rootless expatriate Jews falling in Germany (one English and one Bulgarian) after the Second World War, their life in West Berlin and the life that she builds between Germany and France when she moved to Paris. Everything after the death of his father. I'm still wondering if I have perhaps lost some hidden meaning ....Non é un brutto libro, ma non é nemmeno un bel libro. Una donna racconta del suo vivere senza radici da genitori espatriati ebrei che rientrano in Germania (uno inglese e una bulgara) dopo la seconda guerra mondiale, della loro vita a Berlino Ovest e della vita che lei si costruisce tra la Germania e la Francia quando si trasferisce a Parigi. Il tutto dopo la morte del padre. Mi sto ancora chiedendo se non mi sono forse persa qualche significato nascosto....

  • Nathan Modlin
    2019-05-16 20:30

    Der Roman folgt das Leben einer namenlosen Ich-Erzählerin, die den Tod ihres Vaters erzählt. Viel mit der Identität, Erinnerung, und Auswanderung, als auch die Frage, ob man wirklich ein neues Leben für sich anfangen kann.

  • Yvonne
    2019-04-28 14:44

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  • Edna
    2019-05-12 12:46

    Sehr gut!