Michael Kuppisch, who lived on the Sonnenallee in Berlin, experienced the same thing [erlebte es] again and again. The Sonnenallee triggered sentimental. 9. Apr. Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee von Thomas Brussig erschienen. Inhaltsangabe Micha Kuppisch (Michael) am kürzeren Ende der. Report. Am kürzeren Ende der Sonnenallee – Thomas Brussig. SG. Saskia Golchert. Updated 14 January Transcript. Lebte Kindheit im Ostteil Berlins .

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Das Werk teilt sich in drei Sinnabschnitte. Similarly the illustrative quotes chosen here are merely those the complete review subjectively believes represent the tenor and judgment of the review as a whole. Ich habe diesen Roman erst heute vollendet und dann sofort meine Bewertung gepostet, aber ich habe gerade reflektiert, ich sollte etwas dazu geschrieben haben, als zumindest eine kleine Zusammenfassung, oder anstelle einer echten Zusammenfassung.

We acknowledge and remind and warn you that they may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure. I shall take him at his word Trying to meet all your book preview and review needs. Ich fand die Geschichte sehr unvorhersehbar. Retrieved from ” https: The story is light and easy to read, and even though the main characters face different troubles, there is still this feeling that everything is going to be just fine.


Dar chiar sa nu fi fost o parte mai umana in viata lor? Oamenii fericiti au memorie slaba si multe amintiri.

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Doar neliniste, truda si lipsuri? Desi intr-un regim totalitar, viata lor pare destinsa, tot timpul cautand sa faca ceea ce vor ei nu ce se cuvine sa vreapasind aproape de limita dar niciodata calcand-o.

The story is centered on the main character fifteen-year-old Michael “Micha” Kuppisch who lives with his parents and siblings, Sabine and Bernd, in a typical East Berlin flat. Waste of time and an. Sie hat Beziehungen zu Westlern und ist fast unnahbar. Want to Read Sonnenlalee Reading Read. Aber so war es nicht.

Dec 07, KatharinaS rated it really liked it. Toate astea n-au nuante cenusii dar nici coloratemodul de a le povesti e atat de lipsit de obisnuia incarcatura emotionala si de transformarea situatiei zilnice a omului obisnuit intr-una tragica nu ca ar fi ceva kreren sau neintemeiatpastrand totusi frustrarea personajelor in fata peisajului gri, a tancurilor si a perspectivei fara speranta incat devine, cum ziceam, neobisnit pentru o carte cu subiect de genul acesta.

Von diesem Buch erfuhr ich erst vor einem krzzeren Jahr in meinem Deutschkurs. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? It is the goings-on here, in the shadows of the wall, that are described by Brussig. Sonnenallee I read this book translation by Japanese. Jemand, der nicht in dieser Zeit geboren ist, kann gut durch diese bildhafte Schreibweise das damalige Leben nachvollziehen. Es ist das Land, in dem meine Eltern gelebt haben. Un chiar asa mare pacat sa fie ca vorbesti despre un unchi care trece granita scufundat in sudoare pentru ca trece un pachet de Smarties crezut ilegal fara sa-l ridici in sfera omului-erou?


Mario ist zum Beispiel noch nicht 18, als sein erstes Kind von Elisabeth der echte Name der Existentialistin geboren ist. I loved the humor and irony, with which Brussig describes the life in the GDR.

Him and his friends get up to shenanigans that reminds me of the Marauders from Harry Potter. Kraeren it is the tale before the Berlin Wall collapses, there is no darkness.

So, in addition to the usual problems of teenagers, they must deal with teachers and school administrators who not only try to keep a lid on the daily madness of the kids, but also try to produce good communists or, failing that, completely obedient and subservient citizens of a state whose primary danger was constituted by its own citizenry.

Brussig’s novel is a wonderful instance of self-conscious “Ostalgie. Please note that this review refers to the original German version. Quite postmodern in its inter-relation to music and film not to mention the Haussmann film starring Alex Scheerit is a very enjoyable read. I reserved the final star only because it’s a little too short, in my opinion, to really reach beyond “cute” or “novel accompanying hit film” and make an interesting statement about our relationship with our past.