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    PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da READ & DOWNLOAD Ç BLUEBOXACCOUNTANTS.CO.UK Ù Timur Vermes Timur Vermes Ù 1 REVIEW Although I read this book in German there are already lots of German reviews and it may get published in translation so I'll review auf Englisch The title translates as He's Back and it's about Hitler who mysteriou

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    PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da I read an excerpt of this book and I talked at length with someone who has read half of it before tossing it with disgustThis book may read funny but to make a somewhat likable comic figure of the most cruel mass murderer the 20th century has seen is not only tasteless but dangerousShame on anyone who writes a positive review on

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Ç BLUEBOXACCOUNTANTS.CO.UK Ù Timur Vermes Timur Vermes Ù 1 REVIEW PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da Do the Germans have the right to find Hitler funny? That's the mistaken uestion which seems to drive much of the controversy over this wildly popular novel in which Adolf Hitler by mechanisms which are wisely left unexplained returns from the dead and finds himself whole and well in modern day Germany What does

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    READ Er ist wieder da Timur Vermes Ù 1 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD Ç BLUEBOXACCOUNTANTS.CO.UK Ù Timur Vermes I have finally managed to read this controversial book and now I understand why it has become so controversial This is cutting satire which pulls no punches in the tradition of Jonathan Swift many a time you will flinch while reading it This is the way I believe that satire should work while making one laugh it should also make one uncomfortable and make one uestion the very basis of one's fondly held belief

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    PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da READ & DOWNLOAD Ç BLUEBOXACCOUNTANTS.CO.UK Ù Timur Vermes Timur Vermes Ù 1 REVIEW Most people have praised this witty satire though a few elderly Germans and Holocaust survivors seem for some unaccountable reason to find it offensive I do not properly understand their objections and have decided to follow the majority opinio

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    PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da Running into ideasFor the last few days I've been reading Timur's book and yesterday I finished it That is usually the time when I force my opinion on the world it was time to leave a review on GoodreadsAs I was walking home after work I thought about my upcoming review What to say about this? What did I think? I wasn't sure Actually I had

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    PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da 45 starsI can guess what you're thinking That cover is that ? And then But it says it's funny?I can see from some other reviews and comments around that this is appalling to some that the concept of a comedic book about one of the most evil men who ever lived is abhorrent I can understand that But I also think that comedy and satire in par

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    PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da READ Er ist wieder da Update 24th July 2014I think I can now safely assume that it's a generational thing There's been a rather heated argument with an older female reviewer of this book and I figured I'd ask my grandparents about their opinio

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    PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da Published in English as Look Who's BackWhat would happen if Hitler woke up in present day Germany? How would he deal with the large number of foreign immigrants living in contemporary Germany not to mention its political agenda? If you're one

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Ç BLUEBOXACCOUNTANTS.CO.UK Ù Timur Vermes PDF or EPUB Er ist wieder da ADOLF MEETS DONALD A LAUGH UNTOLDCue in 3 2 1Gagmez Ladies and Gentlemen tonight we have a special guest Tonight our beloved Fuhrer will have a special one on one interview with a formidable opponent Has he finally met his match? Well stay tuned and hold on tight to your seats if you want to find out because tonight we hav

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READ & DOWNLOAD Ç BLUEBOXACCOUNTANTS.CO.UK Ù Timur Vermes Timur Vermes Ù 1 REVIEW REVIEW Ë Er ist wieder da Ilitoni; che non c’è traccia di Eva Non può non sentire un forte odore di benzina esalare dalla sua divisa sudicia e logora; e non riesce a spiegarsi l’intorpidimento delle sue articolazioni e la difficoltà che prova nel muovere i primi passi in una città piuttosto diversa da come la ricordava Regna infatti la pace; ci sono molti stranieri; e una donna sì proprio una donna per giunta goffa tale Angela Merkel è alla guida del Reich 66 anni dopo la sua fine nel Bunker contro ogni previsione Adolf inizia una nuova carriera stavolta a partire dalla televisione uesto nuovo Hitler non è tuttavia né un imitatore né una controfigura È proprio lui e non fa né di. I have finally managed to read this controversial book and now I understand why it has become so controversial This is cutting satire which pulls no punches in the tradition of Jonathan Swift many a time you will flinch while reading it This is the way I believe that satire should work while making one laugh it should also make one uncomfortable and make one uestion the very basis of one s fondly held beliefs It did this for me I laughed out loud in very few places but all the while my inner demon was seething with evil laughterThe premise of the novel is simple to the point of silliness Hitler is deposited into the middle of modern day Germany without any explanation whatsoever People take him for a flawless impersonator while he is very sincere in his motives to set Germany right While the country sees him as a comedian par excellence on TV Adolf is using it as a means of propaganda to re establish his philosophy in the minds of the Volk As the show and the showman become a runaway hit he is wooed by different parties and gets a book contract and at the end of the novel we realise with a shudder that Hitler is slowly re emergingThe juxtaposition of a historical figure with modern society is a common trope used in many satirical plays in India it is a useful tool to satirise modern society in the light of age old values However here we find modern society evaluated in the light of Nazi values celebrity culture and the ethics of journalism for example and we sometimes find ourselves agreeing with Hitler This is deeply disturbing and forces us to uestion the values which we have become accustomed to which is good IMO but which I suspect may get a lot of people pissed off A mirror is sometimes very difficult to look intoAnother disturbing fact Hitler s popularity In the guise of humour only for the audience the Fuhrer is in dead earnest so much of hatred for the other is tolerated nay even encouraged It made me uestion the limits of satire itself for example in a joke aimed at a particular community are we laughing at the issue or the target community For example do we see a magazine such as Charlie Hebdo satirising society or insulting religion So while applauding Hitler as a comedian is society tacitly putting the seal of approval on his dangerously eccentric ideas due to its own ingrained racism Continuing in the same vein is this what happened originally when a little man with a ridiculous moustache was able take centre stage in German politics after spending a long time on the fringes frightening thought thatThe novel is brilliantly written in Hitler s unreadable prose I could recall my experience of reading Mein Kampf which shows him up for what he was a pompous ass with murderous ideas I think this is the root of the criticism that the novel makes Hitler likeable It doesn t It makes him silly Such a man could not come to power and commit murder on such a grand scale without the active collusion of the majority at least sins of omission if not those of commission In fact Hitler only cleverly exploited European anti Semitism to come to power IMO By the time the world realised the depths of the depravity of this madman it was too late The novel warns us that it is all the possible in modern society with the vastly improved means of propaganda at its disposalFinally does this novel trivialise the holocaust and put Hitler in a favourable light IMO it doesn t What it does is that it diminishes Hitler It says Look guys this kooky idiot rode to power on your shoulders and once there tightened his grip like a vice Such monkeys will come in future also Please don t lift them to your shoulders and allow them to put a chokehold on youWhich is not a bad message when one comes to think about it91116I think the last paragraph of my review may have proved prophetic A Big Sky Christmas kooky idiot rode to power on your shoulders and once there tightened his grip like a vice Such monkeys will come in future also Please don t lift them to your shoulders and allow them to put a chokehold on youWhich is not a bad message when one comes to think about it91116I think the last paragraph of my review may have proved prophetic

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READ & DOWNLOAD Ç BLUEBOXACCOUNTANTS.CO.UK Ù Timur Vermes Timur Vermes Ù 1 REVIEW REVIEW Ë Er ist wieder da Ce nulla per nasconderlo anzi è tremendamente reale Eppure nessuno gli crede tutti lo prendono per uno straordinario comico tutti lo cercano tutti lo vogliono tutti lo imitano Il mondo che Hitler incontra 66 anni dopo infatti è cinico spudorato bramoso di successo e incapace di opporre ualsiasi resistenza al “nuovo” demagogo Al massimo riesce ad apporre il compulsivo “mi piace” “non mi piace” dei social network Farsa satira pura comicità analisi spietata e corrosiva del nostro tempo il romanzo d’esordio di Timur Vermes è un gioiello di intelligente umorismo ed è divenuto in breve tempo grazie al passaparola un fenomeno editoriale con pochi precedent. 45 starsI can guess what you re thinking That cover is that And then But it says it s funnyI can see from some other reviews and comments around that this is appalling to some that the concept of a comedic book about one of the most evil men who ever lived is abhorrent I can understand that But I also think that comedy and satire in particular has a great deal of value in making us think about situations and people in ways we might not have beforeI imagine a few people like me will consider themselves irreverent and try this because of the shock value I know I saw the fantastically simple but instantly recognisable cover and was sold Thing is this isn t written for its shock value At least I don t think that s it s major point It s not disrespectful It s certainly not cheap laughs and stereotypes This is a well thought out witty and very relevant satire on modern life on the media on our own sense of humour At times it s frightening how like sheep people can be were then still areWe have to take one giant leap for it to work Adolf Hitler from 1945 suddenly wakes up in modern day Germany We never find out how even he doesn t spend too long uestioning To immerse yourself in what happens after you just have to accept it Initially disorientated he doesn t let his unfamiliar surroundings faze him for long A kind hearted newspaper seller takes him under his wing and is the first of many to see the F hrer as a fully in character comedy impersonator Soon TV producers come calling and a slot on a comedy show beckons What was once a hypnotic despot is now a hypnotic comedy performer Is this the point That we can only laugh at the ravings of a madman now now that our society would not take him seriouslyHowever much the F hrer rants raves and talks politics his new contemporaries applaud his brave comedic insights into the current world climate and his witty outlook of Germany s past It s something you think you might find appalling After all this is Adolf Hitler But even the Jewish uestion is well handled I was worried about that Of course racist sentiments are spouted by our protagonist and we never ever feel sympathy for him but with the first person perspective and everyone constantly reminding him that as a comedy topic the Jews are no laughing matter and Hitler agreeing that they are absolutely right the author gets away without making his lead overly repellent as a fictional F hrer you do keep wanting to see what will happenThe modern world finding Hitler a comedy genius is itself pretty funny as we are meant to find it in some ways it is frightening can we not see Evil in front of our faces It does say a lot about the world today that we would very likely find this kind of thing post modern ironic and think ourselves very witty for declaring it so How clever are we that can laugh at his comedic genius In many ways this makes us no different to the many who followed blindly back in the 20s and 30s Which of course makes it all the funnier in the book Hitler s speeches are hilarious at times his old trademark style of speechmaking his old speeches and phrases themselves used but to a vastly different audience But maybe not such a different one in many respects Gullible in a different way I did think reading this if a man appeared claiming to be Hitler looked like him dressed like him orated like him he would either end up in a mental hospital or on YouTube I had a chill in one scene when Hitler gives a speech though I m not certain I believe it s a direct copy of a real one he gave in which he spouts about blood and sacrifice truly horrific but his TV crew interpret it as an elegy for a recently deceased colleague While it s funny it s also an indictment of our sensibilities You want him locked away yet you want to see what other honours this society will laud him withMy favourite sections of the book were those that introduced the F hrer to modern technology the traditional comedy segments His views on TV shopping channels and cookery shows had me in stitches for example My jaw dropped Providence had presented the German Volk with the wonderful magnificent opportunity for propaganda and it was being suandered on the production of leek rings He discovers Vikipedia discusses with us his views on the 20th century history that he missed and smugly compares his own YouTube viewing figures to that of Chaplin s The Great Dictator Again though we are not allowed to forget who this is every technological advance he sees only as a potential tool for creating a new Reich Humour with real biteHow people react to him is fascinating most find the Heil Hitler amusing his refusal to get out of character admirable his improvisation astounding And all that is funny Yet the author also touches on the tragic the elderly Jewish woman who cannot CANNOT find this national sensation funny remembering the atrocities he or the person he is impersonating committed the Nazi haters who don t see satire but die hard National Socialism The National Socialists for whom he is TOO extreme It is the masses as usual who are led en masse to one opinion of himI loved this The translation from the German is excellent and the only reason I haven t given this 5 stars is because there are references to modern day Germany that I didn t follow references to contemporary political figures and situations and I also found a few of the F hrer s speeches and thoughts bordered on overlong Only a few though Most of this is perfectly paced and wittily writtenYou ll never read another book like it I m Jewish myself and found it original hilarious and far from shallow Very scary too It treads the path of satire carefully With fewer and fewer people around who can remind us in person of what Adolf Hitler did to so many it is vitally important that this is a topic that never dies Satire is one way of keeping his revolting ideology in the public consciousness we must never be deluded into adulation of such a creature A new generation can enjoy and ponder on this book and not let the past dieRecommendedReview of a Netgalley advance copy Call Me By Your Name know I saw the fantastically simple but instantly recognisable cover and was sold Thing is this isn t written for its shock value At least I don t think that s it s major point It s not disrespectful It s certainly not cheap laughs and stereotypes This is a well thought out witty and very relevant satire on modern life on the media on our own sense of humour At times it s frightening how like sheep people can be were then still areWe have to take one giant leap for it to work Adolf Hitler from 1945 suddenly wakes up in modern day Germany We never find out how even he doesn t spend too long uestioning To immerse yourself in what happens after you just have to accept it Initially disorientated he doesn t let his unfamiliar surroundings faze him for long A The Mark of Athena kind hearted newspaper seller takes him under his wing and is the first of many to see the F hrer as a fully in character comedy impersonator Soon TV producers come calling and a slot on a comedy show beckons What was once a hypnotic despot is now a hypnotic comedy performer Is this the point That we can only laugh at the ravings of a madman now now that our society would not take him seriouslyHowever much the F hrer rants raves and talks politics his new contemporaries applaud his brave comedic insights into the current world climate and his witty outlook of Germany s past It s something you think you might find appalling After all this is Adolf Hitler But even the Jewish uestion is well handled I was worried about that Of course racist sentiments are spouted by our protagonist and we never ever feel sympathy for him but with the first person perspective and everyone constantly reminding him that as a comedy topic the Jews are no laughing matter and Hitler agreeing that they are absolutely right the author gets away without making his lead overly repellent as a fictional F hrer you do 2002 Index of Economic Freedom keep wanting to see what will happenThe modern world finding Hitler a comedy genius is itself pretty funny as we are meant to find it in some ways it is frightening can we not see Evil in front of our faces It does say a lot about the world today that we would very likely find this Grenadier Volume 7 Grenadier kind of thing post modern ironic and think ourselves very witty for declaring it so How clever are we that can laugh at his comedic genius In many ways this makes us no different to the many who followed blindly back in the 20s and 30s Which of course makes it all the funnier in the book Hitler s speeches are hilarious at times his old trademark style of speechmaking his old speeches and phrases themselves used but to a vastly different audience But maybe not such a different one in many respects Gullible in a different way I did think reading this if a man appeared claiming to be Hitler looked like him dressed like him orated like him he would either end up in a mental hospital or on YouTube I had a chill in one scene when Hitler gives a speech though I m not certain I believe it s a direct copy of a real one he gave in which he spouts about blood and sacrifice truly horrific but his TV crew interpret it as an elegy for a recently deceased colleague While it s funny it s also an indictment of our sensibilities You want him locked away yet you want to see what other honours this society will laud him withMy favourite sections of the book were those that introduced the F hrer to modern technology the traditional comedy segments His views on TV shopping channels and cookery shows had me in stitches for example My jaw dropped Providence had presented the German Volk with the wonderful magnificent opportunity for propaganda and it was being suandered on the production of leek rings He discovers Vikipedia discusses with us his views on the 20th century history that he missed and smugly compares his own YouTube viewing figures to that of Chaplin s The Great Dictator Again though we are not allowed to forget who this is every technological advance he sees only as a potential tool for creating a new Reich Humour with real biteHow people react to him is fascinating most find the Heil Hitler amusing his refusal to get out of character admirable his improvisation astounding And all that is funny Yet the author also touches on the tragic the elderly Jewish woman who cannot CANNOT find this national sensation funny remembering the atrocities he or the person he is impersonating committed the Nazi haters who don t see satire but die hard National Socialism The National Socialists for whom he is TOO extreme It is the masses as usual who are led en masse to one opinion of himI loved this The translation from the German is excellent and the only reason I haven t given this 5 stars is because there are references to modern day Germany that I didn t follow references to contemporary political figures and situations and I also found a few of the F hrer s speeches and thoughts bordered on overlong Only a few though Most of this is perfectly paced and wittily writtenYou ll never read another book like it I m Jewish myself and found it original hilarious and far from shallow Very scary too It treads the path of satire carefully With fewer and fewer people around who can remind us in person of what Adolf Hitler did to so many it is vitally important that this is a topic that never dies Satire is one way of Alice in Wonderland keeping his revolting ideology in the public consciousness we must never be deluded into adulation of such a creature A new generation can enjoy and ponder on this book and not let the past dieRecommendedReview of a Netgalley advance copy

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READ & DOWNLOAD Ç BLUEBOXACCOUNTANTS.CO.UK Ù Timur Vermes Timur Vermes Ù 1 REVIEW REVIEW Ë Er ist wieder da Ricordate Le memorie di Schmeed di Woody Allen “Nella primavera del 1940 una grossa Mercedes venne a fermarsi davanti al mio negozio di barbiere al 127 di Königsstrasse ed entrò Hitler ‘Voglio una spuntatina leggera’ disse ‘e non tagliatemi molto sopra’” Schmeed il barbiere del Reich depositario dei segreti del Führer Ecco il romanzo di Timur Vermes sembra rimandare alla comicità di Allen È l’estate del 2011 Adolf Hitler si sveglia in uno di uei campi incolti e uasi abbandonati che ancora si possono incontrare nel centro di Berlino Egli non può fare a meno di notare che la guerra sembra cessata; che intorno a lui non ci sono i suoi fedelissimi comm. Although I read this book in German there are already lots of German reviews and it may get published in translation so I ll review auf Englisch The title translates as He s Back and it s about Hitler who mysteriously reappears in Berlin in 2011 and becomes a TV star His audience apparently believes him to be some kind of method actor or nth degree Stephen Colbert character and is alternately discomfited by his unironic profession of Nazi ideals and interested in his updated ideas for example about how protecting the German homeland environment should be a highest priority which makes him a strange bedfellow of the Green party Meanwhile Hitler himself remains resolutely oblivious of how reviled he is by nearly everyone in the modern world which sets up many scenes of dramatic irony when his modern producers and viewers are too polite to call him out on his occasionally outrageous statements which they believe are part of his act What makes this the book somewhat groundbreaking is that it s a German comedy about Hitler This doesn t feel special to Americans and British people who have been making fun of Hitler since Charlie Chaplin but in my experience even when Germans do want to be funny anything around Nazism is the last place they would go rather like the German tourist who tells Basil Fawlty that his goose stepping is not funny Not for us Not for any German people That said this book isn t a straight up laugh out loud kind of comedy A lot of the the time the emotion the reader experiences is the kind of cringe that The Office British version evoked so relentlesslyAlthough I enjoyed reading the novel for my own purposes to exercise my German and find out what all the talk in Germany was about I m not sure I d recommend this to American readers It relies on a pretty detailed knowledge of contemporary German society its immigrants laws against promoting Nazism other TV shows that I doubt many Americans are up to speed on Also much of its style stems from the author s mimicry of Hitler s oratory which involved torrents of high flown hyperbolic old fashioned language in this book applied to such observations as the fact that there are lots of Starbucks around or that reality TV shows are repetitive and insipid or that Ikea furniture is made of firewood It starts to be funny and then you realize you re being amused with Hitler and you want to stop Ultimately what made this book satisfying can only be described in German Schadenfreude It turns out that watching Hitler lost diminished irrelevant a joke but not a good one is a little thrilling Not everyone would agree with me but as an American I think the Germans especially of my generation are better at confronting their historical demons than we are and I m not surprised that this book both for the symbolic reason of finally making Hitler a subject of comedy and for the thematic reason of revealing the panorama of a pluralistic German society became a bestseller there However the book ends on an eerie warning note as Hitler moderates his rhetoric to match the times and uses his power of personal fascination to rebuild a circle of followers and fans Resist Not Evil kind of method actor or nth degree Stephen Colbert character and is alternately discomfited by his unironic profession of Nazi ideals and interested in his updated ideas for example about how protecting the German homeland environment should be a highest priority which makes him a strange bedfellow of the Green party Meanwhile Hitler himself remains resolutely oblivious of how reviled he is by nearly everyone in the modern world which sets up many scenes of dramatic irony when his modern producers and viewers are too polite to call him out on his occasionally outrageous statements which they believe are part of his act What makes this the book somewhat groundbreaking is that it s a German comedy about Hitler This doesn t feel special to Americans and British people who have been making fun of Hitler since Charlie Chaplin but in my experience even when Germans do want to be funny anything around Nazism is the last place they would go rather like the German tourist who tells Basil Fawlty that his goose stepping is not funny Not for us Not for any German people That said this book isn t a straight up laugh out loud Non luogo a procedere kind of comedy A lot of the the time the emotion the reader experiences is the Ainsi se tut Zarathoustra kind of cringe that The Office British version evoked so relentlesslyAlthough I enjoyed reading the novel for my own purposes to exercise my German and find out what all the talk in Germany was about I m not sure I d recommend this to American readers It relies on a pretty detailed Awakening knowledge of contemporary German society its immigrants laws against promoting Nazism other TV shows that I doubt many Americans are up to speed on Also much of its style stems from the author s mimicry of Hitler s oratory which involved torrents of high flown hyperbolic old fashioned language in this book applied to such observations as the fact that there are lots of Starbucks around or that reality TV shows are repetitive and insipid or that Ikea furniture is made of firewood It starts to be funny and then you realize you re being amused with Hitler and you want to stop Ultimately what made this book satisfying can only be described in German Schadenfreude It turns out that watching Hitler lost diminished irrelevant a joke but not a good one is a little thrilling Not everyone would agree with me but as an American I think the Germans especially of my generation are better at confronting their historical demons than we are and I m not surprised that this book both for the symbolic reason of finally making Hitler a subject of comedy and for the thematic reason of revealing the panorama of a pluralistic German society became a bestseller there However the book ends on an eerie warning note as Hitler moderates his rhetoric to match the times and uses his power of personal fascination to rebuild a circle of followers and fans

  • Paperback
  • 443
  • Er ist wieder da
  • Timur Vermes
  • Italian
  • 19 August 2018
  • 9788845272813