Why did they have to exist? If you want to talk about the book, or why you liked it, or anything else, feel free. I have a brilliant idea! I imagined it to be about some kind of challenging time where it was not good to have books causing someone to need to steal the books. Reader: Can you just stop that? Perhaps, when Liesel dies, he may talk to her. During that week, Max had cut out a collection of pages from Mein Kampf and painted over them in white… When they were all dry, the hard part began… he formulated the words in his head till he could recount them without error. I just won't read it, then. Words are crafted and woven around each and everyone's lives. Note: The Book Thief is featured as a grades 9-10 text exemplar in Appendix B of the standards.
I was prepared for a moving read and was not disappointed. The intellectual metamorphosis that Montag undergoes renders him aware of this fact, making him an. Vote: 7,5 Prologo: forse non ho prestato la dovuta attenzione, in ogni caso non ho capito niente del prologo o quasi. The moment Max came out of his hiding, just to watch the sky he has not seen in months, whilst others crouched fearing for their lives : that moved me. She had to steal books and even save them from malicious Nazi bonfires in order to read. Obviously it must be a lack of intelligence or something because everyone seems to rate this 5 stars. The Standover Man painted over the pages of Mein Kampf.
He's so wonderful and such a sweetheart and just … aggh. The Book Thief reminds us of just that. Although I have certainly never experienced something so traumatic, the book still strikes a personal chord with me——just because it really conveys how books and words are so powerful, and how they can save people's lives. Plus, it was clear that she stole books because she genuinely valued them. The country is holding its breath.
I know that there are many people who love this book, authors who's book I love, readers who's tastes I respect. They keep triggering inside me. She was hungry for them. What did he mean by that? This book is the ode to those who kept their humanity in the middle of war, who were so human that nothing could ever change that. It was also not lost on me that difficult days in Nazi Germany could make even the least likely thief a thief. Each one an attempt — an immense leap of an attempt — to prove to me that you, and your human existence, are worth it. Zusak peppers his chronicle with some scenes of comic relief, but he never lets you forget when and where the action takes place.
She told me in the end one thing very cheerfully that summarizes the entire book for both of us. A young girl by the name of Liesel Meminger becomes a master of her own with words. Then her father noticed too, and came over to listen. Each wall was armed with overcrowded yet immaculate shelving. And it's the story of Max, a jewish boy, who weaves his own destiny with that of Liesel. The book she also added in the package happened to be The Book Thief. I was still not prepared.
You're very dear, but I know his name is Anton and not Antonin. But, like Liesel, words is all I have, so I will have to try. I'd hug the shit out of them all. It went on and on to form the one long-ass, senseless, disjointed story. So it doesn't sell me on the book that it is a painful story, that it shows that some Germans were good and how social pressures created the Holocaust. The Hubermanns had a touching sense about them. Words themselves are harmless; the problem comes from the way people want to use them.
Without them, there wouldn't be any of this. I had to wait until the train was clear before I could compose myself and leave. Certainly, you will be hard pressed to find a novel of this caliber much of anywhere on the current scene. I was looking through my friend reviews hoping that someone would share my opinion - at least a tiny bit - and seeing 5 stars, 5 stars, 4. These books keep her away from the destruction and despair from the war.
Can you cope with an off-beat, melancholy, caustic, dead-pan, self-righteous narrator? She learns how to read and this allows her to survive the world of war. However, anticipation of the inevitable makes it even worse. The world is an ugly stew, she thought. Death is the narrator of this story, and he is only trying to help us understand how his work is done before he allows us to actually witness his work being done. The Book Thief was just absolutely perfect in that sense. That's why she could climb higher than anyone else. The first and foremost gimmick also see heavyy-handed I am apparently one of the few people who just do not see what all of the hype is about on this one.
I most definitely can be cheerful. In war, soldiers find it easier to cope after killing if they know that they have killed the opposing side. I will tell you how it ends. Relationship to meaning: Death being a narrator shows everyone perspective on thing other then it being to say Liesel where she would only show what she feels and sees. Death: Here is a little information you should know: this books is filled with many interesting facts. Law, Plato, The Art of War 1024 Words 3 Pages Not Conforming to Beliefs In both The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak and The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, some characters demonstrate hypocrisy in their words and actions.