Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben

Mit epischer Wucht erz hlt Fallada in diesem zeitgeschichtlichen Roman, der ihn ber hmt machte, vom Kampf des Landvolkes gegen die verhasste B rokratie in einer norddeutschen Kleinstadt, der sich zum Kampf aller gegen alle ausweitet Intrige, Geldgier, Ehrgeiz und politische R nke beherrschen das Feld Fallada gelang damit ein Miniaturmodell der kranken Republik von WeimarMit epischer Wucht erz hlt Fallada in diesem zeitgeschichtlichen Roman, der ihn ber hmt machte, vom Kampf des Landvolkes gegen die verhasste B rokratie in einer norddeutschen Kleinstadt, der sich zum Kampf aller gegen alle ausweitet Intrige, Geldgier, Ehrgeiz und politische R nke beherrschen das Feld Fallada gelang damit ein Miniaturmodell der kranken Republik von Weimar, die sich ihren Henkern selbst auslieferte.
Bauern Bonzen und Bomben Mit epischer Wucht erz hlt Fallada in diesem zeitgeschichtlichen Roman der ihn ber hmt machte vom Kampf des Landvolkes gegen die verhasste B rokratie in einer norddeutschen Kleinstadt der sich zum

  • Title: Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben
  • Author: Hans Fallada
  • ISBN: 9783499106514
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
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    hohen Steuern und boykottieren die Zwangsversteigerung zweier Ochsen. Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben Film Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben ist ein fnfteiliger deutscher Fernsehfilm aus dem Jahr Er ist die Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Romans von Hans Fallada aus dem Jahr Das Buch handelt von den historischen Ereignissen um die schleswig holsteinische Landvolkbewegung und Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben fernsehserien Zu gerne wuerde ich noch einmal Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben sehen Ich wuerde sehr dankbar sein, falls jemand wuesste wie ich an eine Video oderdie DVD serie in deutschland kommen koennte.

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    1. This was Fallada’s first major work, submitted to the publisher in 1930. Had I not read two of Fallada’s later excellent works (Every Man Dies Alone and Little Man What Now?) I would not have bought this confusing, ponderous, bloated, provincial novel. If it had not been for the Dramatis Personae included by the translator Michael Hoffman, I would not have gotten far in this almost six hundred page book. The Dramatis Personae lists some seventy characters who contribute to swell the narrativ [...]

    2. I have a thing for German fiction. Especially those stories that take place in the 1920s and 1930s. I have read many great books of this era. I am happy to say "A Small Circus" is one of the best. I'd give it six stars if I could. A short description. A small town in Germany circa 1928. The life of the town is disrupted by a demonstration of local farmers that goes wrong. That doesn't sound like much but trust me it is. I've read other Fallada books (my other favourite is Every Man Dies Alone) b [...]

    3. Great book (fiction, what a find, of a proliferate writer of his time. A cast of characters of a smallish town in Germany before the Nazis' took over. Allow yourself time in the beginning of the book, for the characters to manifest themselves into the thick of a screwy time in the late 1920's in North-eastern GermanyNOTE: (Translated from German to English(not American English) but very readable.

    4. This novel was hell to read. Fallada's writing style, dialogue-led, featuring dozens of characters, results in a distracting text that frequently confuses and gets in the way of the plot. So many things about this book irritated me almost to the point of abandoning it - the use of present tense throughout, the cringeworthy and awkward colloquialisms (more a translation issue) that really grated, such as "proper night's kip", "probs" and "none of my beeswax". The plot itself is drawn out and conf [...]

    5. A piercing and caustic mosaic of greed and treachery at the heart of the Weimar Republic, lambasting both the left and the right, and predicting Germany's transformation into National Socialist nightmare, A Small Circus is a pretty impressive debut novel and deserves to be considered a classic of world literature. All of the characters are corrupt. Much schnapps and beer is drunk while duplicities and double-crosses are nursed and hatched. Everybody in one way or another gets their just desserts [...]

    6. Small town/village existence in Germany of the early 1930s, with all the Country's various political factions mistrusting each other and the back stabbing that results throughout the story among the various characters.Quite an interesting read considering how long ago this story was actually written.My thanks to the Author, the Publishing House, and for making it possible for me to freely view and review this excellent fictional novel of a Germany before Hitler rose to complete power and starte [...]

    7. Perhaps not quite the masterwork that Every Man Dies Alone or Little Man, What Now? is, this is still a remarkable achievement--a stunningly in-depth, detailed depiction of the political and social machinations before, after and during a farmers' march in a small German city 85 years ago: huge cast of characters, reporters, politicians, police, farmers, businessmen. An amazing look at the chaos in Germany just before the Nazi takeover.

    8. Political satire of the highest caliber. In its treatment of small town rivalries and cynical opportunistic journalism, the book is on par with, if not superior to, Hammett's Red Harvest/Kurosawa's Yojimbo and Wilder's Ace In The Hole.

    9. This novel is set in Altholm, Pomerania, Weimar republic (Pomerania is now split between Poland and Germany) in 1929 the title comes from the prologue where as the visiting circus refused to buy as space in the Altholm chronicle calling it a "fish and chip paper", the newspaper publishes a scathing review calling it a small circus.The rest of the novel, the circus is not i it in a real sense but a metaphorical sense. The narrative structure is a third person and there is no focal point of a char [...]

    10. Ich bin ein grosser Fallada-Bewunderer, aber das ist der erste Roman, der mir nicht gefallen hat. Es gibt meiner Meinung nach viel zu viele Charaktere, ein Ausmass, dass ich die nahezu nicht auseinanderhalten konnte. Die Geschichte die erzaehlt wird ist leider in meinen Augen ein bisschen langweilig und in der Version, die ich gelesen habe, 654 Seiten, viel zu lang. Was man in diesem fruehren Fallada schon findet sind diese Figuren, die staendig ihr Recht fordern, dabei aber plump und undifferen [...]

    11. There are many reason why the Weimar Republic is one of the most studied and debated periods in the annals of modern German history. As the epoch that followed the fall of the Kaiserreich and preceded the emergence of Hitler, Germany’s brief experiment with democracy was loathed by millions; even those that persisted were never more than a lukewarm combination of moderate Social Democrats, Catholics and petit-bourgeois business leaders. A granite foundation for upholding the rule of law didn [...]

    12. Over the last year, I have become a big fan of Hans Fallada, a German writer. This was his third novel and the first one that was successful. Having read a few of his other novels, ( Like Little Man, What Now?, Wolf Among Wolves, The Drinker & Every Man Dies Alone), I was expecting to enjoy this one. And for the most part, I did. There are no heroes in this story, unlike some of his other novels and there isn't any strong female characters. It is because of this and because there too many ch [...]

    13. Hans Fallada is a writer that deserves considerably more attention. It's a crime that more of his books aren't stocked as standard in the larger book shops to allow more to get to know his works. Fallada was a man whose life story in itself - run over by a horse and cart then kicked in the face by the horse, suffering typhoid, drug addiction, depression, suicide attempts and a bungled suicide pact that saw him kill his friend and damn near kill himself and commence many stays in mental instituti [...]

    14. I could absolutely see the author's intent with this book - what he was trying to demonstrate, what points he was making - as he sets the scene in pre-WWII Germany. The cast of characters in their different factions go through moments of fear, anger and repression as the backstabbing reaches its climax.Yes, I could see what Fallada wanted to show and yet, I just couldn't bring myself to care. None of the characters really captured my interest and I found my mind wandering as I read since I was f [...]

    15. One disappointed reviewer compares Hans Fallada's story to the Keystone Cops. The analogy is tempting but too severe. This is a portrait of a small town in Germany on the brink of the rise of Nazidom. It was first published in 1931, and as such was as brave as much else of the author's work.It is true that a broad canvas of characters includes none easy to admire. But that is in part Fallada's point. Germany was entering an era of brutal repression, of fear of one's neighbours, of a need to keep [...]

    16. Going with three stars for this. This is a long book which at times feels like a rambling dialogue. I never wanted to not bother finishing it but at the same time I'm not 100% sure what it was all about! Glad to be finished!

    17. The strongest of the Fallada novels that I have read. He handles multiple narratives with insight and empathy. This book also generally avoids the forced mawkish sentimentality of alone in Berlin and the incompetent timescale found in Iron Gustav.

    18. Fallada is an interesting writer. This book is a little overloaded with dialogue but provides an interesting insight into prewar German society.

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