Die Geschwister Oppermann : Roman

Die Geschwister Oppermann : Roman

Lion Feuchtwanger / Aug 21, 2019

Die Geschwister Oppermann Roman Sie sind erfolgreich und angesehen Gustav der Schriftsteller und Seniorchef Martin der Gesch ftsmann und Edgar der Arzt Doch dann ist das Unfassbare eingetreten Die Nazis haben ihr Regime mit Mor

  • Title: Die Geschwister Oppermann : Roman
  • Author: Lion Feuchtwanger
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  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sie sind erfolgreich und angesehen Gustav, der Schriftsteller und Seniorchef, Martin, der Gesch ftsmann, und Edgar, der Arzt Doch dann ist das Unfassbare eingetreten Die Nazis haben ihr Regime mit Mord und Brand errichtet Wie viele Unpolitische verkannten die Oppermanns den Charakter der braunen Barbaren Den Oppermanns entgleitet die Heimat Sie m ssen ihre H user uSie sind erfolgreich und angesehen Gustav, der Schriftsteller und Seniorchef, Martin, der Gesch ftsmann, und Edgar, der Arzt Doch dann ist das Unfassbare eingetreten Die Nazis haben ihr Regime mit Mord und Brand errichtet Wie viele Unpolitische verkannten die Oppermanns den Charakter der braunen Barbaren Den Oppermanns entgleitet die Heimat Sie m ssen ihre H user und ihre Freunde verlassen, denn sie sind j discher Abstammung Die wirkungsvollste, meistgelesene erz hlerische Darstellung der deutschen Kalamit t Klaus Mann

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      • Lion Feuchtwanger

        Lion Feuchtwanger 1884 1958 was a German Jewish emigre A renowned novelist and playwright who fled Europe during World War II and lived in Los Angeles from 1941 until his death A fierce critic of the Nazi regime years before it assumed power precipitated his departure, after a brief internment in France, from Europe He and his wife Marta obtained asylum in the United States in 1941 and remained there in exile until they died.


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    1. Introduction, by Ruth GruberAuthor's Note--The OppermannsThe New York Times Book Review, by Fred T. March (March 18, 1934)


    2. A superb and surprising novel, written in the first year Hitler was Chancellor (1933) and yet capturing in frightening detail the horrors that were to come. Feuchtwanger did not anticipate the Holocaust but he did see clearly how the Nazi terror against Jews would evolve and how Jews would react in largely inadequate ways.Since THE OPPERMANNS was published in 1934, I can use it in my novel (the sequel to A Flood of Evil) covering the same period. At least one of my major characters (Anna) would [...]


    3. What was it like for Jews in Germany leading up to the time when they were herded into concentration camps? This remarkably prescient novel, written in 1934 almost a decade before the US involvement in WW II, tells us. All the horrible things that were to come were not obvious in 1934: many folks, including many Jews, thought that Hitler used his anti-Semitic platform of hate simply to get elected to power. Shortly after that, he took over absolute power in a coup, so what would be the point of [...]


    4. The Oppermanns is a beautifully written and touching novel that was included in my reading for a class in the University of Chicago Basic Program where we studied "Degenerate Art" during the Third Reich. Feuchtwanger's novel is a moving story of a Jewish families in 1930s Germany who are divided in their views about how to respond to both the actual physical and economic threats from the rising National Socialist movement. The family members represented the varying views of changes that were occ [...]


    5. I cannot say it any better than the New York Times. "Extraordinary.No single historical or fictional work has more tellingly or insightfully depicted the insidious manner in which Nazism began to permeate the fabric of German society than Lion Feuchtwanger's great novel." The Jewish owners of a furniture company and one of their sons face pressures in 1933 Germany.



    6. A moving and prescient book. Written in 1934, it describes Germany being destroyed by the barbarians. I re-read it after seeing it referenced by Primo Levi. It describes truths both large and small.



    7. The Oppermanns is a compelling, poignant novel written in late 1933 about a prosperous Jewish family’s first year living in Berlin under Nazi rule. The family consists of three brothers and one sister: Gustav, Martin, Edgar and Klara, and with the exception of unmarried Gustav, their spouses and children. They had inherited the three generations old family business of making inexpensive furniture and they have always thought of themselves as intelligent, educated Germans. The novel begins on N [...]


    8. Finished in 1934, The Oppermanns predicts the future of Germany: a band of irrational Nazi cultists has infiltrated the country's infrastructure, teachers are replaced by cheer-leaders for Hitler, Jewish shops change their ownership or are destroyed, and faith (in government) replaces reason. Each member of the Oppermann family approaches the problem differently, but they all share the irrefutable knowledge that something dark is growing inside Germany. Hitler was not brought into power by the m [...]


    9. The book so well-written and has made upon me deep impression.It's tells about Germany,1933,when Nazis came to power.Major characters are a rich Jewish family. The book describes their destiny.It is read easily though It asks so many important moral questions.I loved this book and it's very much recommended!


    10. Amazing that this book was written in 1934. Even the most pessimistic people could not have imagined how bad things would really get and how long it would last.


    11. Really good reading It presents a panorama of Germany of 1930-s and the Nazi "invasion" of people's minds. Those more "flexible" survived (physically, not spiritually sometimes)others lost. NB: As it always happens during social and economical catastrophes, collapses, ups and downs


    12. The Oppermanns by Lion FeuchtwangerI've always been a bit obsessed with WWII and a few years ago I set myself a project of reading fiction that was written just as Nazism was taking hold in Germany.  I wanted to get a sense of how people felt while their world was turning upside down - not at the point when down was up or when it had finally righted itself.  The Oppermanns was still unread on my shelf when our own politics-as-usual started to become quite unusual and my project became personal [...]


    13. Allucinante. Scritto nel 1932-33. Era sotto gli occhi di tutti quel che stava succedendo, nessun tedesco può dirsi inconsapevole, e quindi innocente. Europei, tedeschi, ebrei vedevano e non volevano vedere, con diverse motivazioni: l'equilibrio politico, la convenienza economica, l'incredulità che potesse accadere ancora. Oggi con Il Giornale di Sallusti viene regalato il Mein Kampf, se fosse un modo per far comprendere la storia sarebbe encomiabile, ma purtroppo è una becerata per vendere 4 [...]


    14. První antifašistická kniha, kterou Adolf nechal hned spálit. Napsána roku 1934, vykresluje rodinu čtyř nechutně bohatejch židů, který vlastní německou ikeu. Náckové se pomalu začínaj rozpinat a vyrábět tanky. Feuchtwanger je popisuje jako totální retardy - kluk ze třídy, kterej je blbej jak krabice vod bot, soused brambora, vozíčkáři v hnědý košili a podobný. Se vlastně moc nedivím, že to tehdy spadlo hitlerovi do kamen.V roce 1934 si feuchtwanger jeste nepřipo [...]


    15. "The Oppermanns" by Lion Feutchtwanger follows the story of a German Jewish family in the 1930s, the years right before Hitler comes to power. Though rumors of Jews being attacked on trains and the rise of the National Socialists are rampant, the Oppermans are skeptical and remain in Germany for much longer than they should. It is a story of a multi-generational Jewish family struggling to come to terms with the approaching reality of the new Germany, of the end of their old lives, and what they [...]


    16. The novel was written in 1933 when no one could know what was going to happen in Germany. Things were already bad, which the novel tells us, and it is a terrible experience to read about it knowing what we know. You want to yell at them, shake them and make them see. It’s painful to read about how they trust the system, the moral and the good will of all men when in fact there is no good men left, no civilisation and no humanity.


    17. A fascinating book of a culture, represented by the Oppermanns, facing barbarians within the gates. The characters are varied and believable. That the author wrote this and got it published in near real time in the 1930s with such prescience is amazing.


    18. Al fin, después de mucho tiempo pude terminar de leer este libro y en verdad fue muy pesado leerlo, porque cada 5 páginas me terminaba enojando y casi me arrancaba los cabellos de la cabeza; sin embargo, es triste saber que probablemente esto en verdad paso. En este momento no daré detalles, haré una entrada en mi blog esperando explicarme.


    19. Die Geschwister Oppermann repräsentieren das gutbürgerliche Judentum - trotz aller Vorsicht von der Machtübernahme der Nazis überrascht. Feuchtwanger zeigt in seinen Figuren alle Facetten der Reaktion - eine Charakterstudie eines ganzen Landes.


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