The Night in Lisbon

The Night in Lisbon History and fate collide as the Nazis rise to power in The Night in Lisbon a classic tale of survival from the renowned author of All Quiet on the Western Front With the world slowly sliding into war

History and fate collide as the Nazis rise to power in The Night in Lisbon, a classic tale of survival from the renowned author of All Quiet on the Western Front With the world slowly sliding into war, it is crucial that enemies of the Reich flee Europe at once But so many routes are closed, and so much money is needed Then one night in Lisbon, as a poor young refugeeHistory and fate collide as the Nazis rise to power in The Night in Lisbon, a classic tale of survival from the renowned author of All Quiet on the Western Front With the world slowly sliding into war, it is crucial that enemies of the Reich flee Europe at once But so many routes are closed, and so much money is needed Then one night in Lisbon, as a poor young refugee gazes hungrily at a boat bound for America, a stranger approaches him with two tickets and a story to tell It is a harrowing tale of bravery and butchery, daring and death, in which the price of love is beyond measure and the legacy of evil is infinite As the refugee listens spellbound to the desperate teller, in a matter of hours the two form a unique and unshakable bond one that will last all their lives The world has a great writer in Erich Maria Remarque He is a craftsman of unquestionably first rank, a man who can bend language to his will Whether he writes of men or of inanimate nature, his touch is sensitive, firm, and sure The New York Times Book Review

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The Night in Lisbon

  1. Erich Maria Remarque Ralph Manheim Эрих Мария Ремарк says:
    Erich Maria Remarque is one of the best known and most widely read authors of German literature in the twentieth century Remarque s biography is essentially marked and his writing fundamentally influenced by German history of the twentieth century Childhood and youth in imperial Osnabr ck, World War I, the Weimar Republic, and most of all his exile in Switzerland and the United States With the novel All Quiet On the Western Front, first published in 1929, Remarque attained world wide recognition continuing today Examples of his other novels also internationally published are The Road Back 1931 , Three Comrades 1936, 38 , Arch of Triumph 1945 , The Black Obelisk 1956 , and Night in Lisbon 1962 Remarque s novels have been translated in than fifty languages globally the total edition comes up to several million copies The complete works of Remarque are both highly interrelated with his Osnabr ck background and speaking thematically of a critical examination of German history, whereby the preservation of human dignity and humanity in times of oppression, terror and war always was at the forefront of his literary creation.

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  1. Nazis, refugees, love worth risking it all for, fatal diseases, intense moments of sudden violence, mystical reflection, lyrical description, insight into the nature of humanity in general and humanity alternately debased and elevated by the pressure of war As with All Quiet on the Western Front, I finished this and said something like whoa, great book, how the hell hadn t I heard of this guy before like Zwieg, he sold a million copies before WWII and then had his books banned Really accessible [...]





  2. Erich Maria Remarque d nos em Uma Noite em Lisboa um retrato ex mio do que ser refugiado, mas sobretudo do que ser refugiado no per odo do Nacional Socialismo, do que ser perseguido pelas for as do poder e ser despojado dos seus direitos de cidad o A obra escrita nos anos sessenta por um autor alem o, acusado de ser descendente de judeus franceses e tendo tido os seus livros queimados e banidos pelo regime, constitui se como um inolvid vel testemunho da poca a que se refere, a da Segunda Guerra [...]






  3. Doi germani i povestesc unul altuia toate peripe iile prin care li i dat s treac , odat cu venirea celui de al doilea r zboi mondial Ce i drept, unul mai mult ascult , cel lalt poveste te cu lux de am nunte drama vie ii lui, de la nceputul r zboiului p n la pierderea so iei, de la statutul de refugiat p n la sentimentul c e ti oarecum liber, prin at tea ai trecut nc t nimic nu te mai poate mi ca sau te face s i schimbi atitudinea fa de via O noapte n Lisabona cu dou pa apoarte false n m n i poat [...]



  4. Just because I had spent such a great time in Lisbon 2 years ago, I decided that this book was gonna be amazing I loved Lisbon, I loved the atmosphere there I knew I should read it Immediately I hadn t read anything by Remarque by that time and I didn t really know what it would be like It wasn t what I expected Frankly, it was something much interesting I m glad I found it and that s how it started Remarque, Remarque, Remarque














  5. Wenn man einmal Remarque gelesen hat, will man mehr Mehr von dieser kraftvollen poetischen Sprache, die sich stellenweise liest wie ein Gedicht und in der so viel Wahrheit liegt Die Nacht von Lissabon ist stellenweise nicht ganz so intensiv wie Im Westen nichts Neues das liegt aber eher daran, dass wir hier mit dem Protagonisten einen anderen Weg gehen , aber ich bin nach wie vor beeindruckt, was mit Menschen passiert, zu was sie f hig sind, wenn es zum u ersten kommt, wie Opfer und T ter versch [...]


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