Триумфальная арка

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  • Title: Триумфальная арка
  • Author: Erich Maria Remarque
  • ISBN: 5280012238
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I‘ve tried to write review forArch of Triumphand I’ve failed. So instead of it some impressions. It’s a love story and grief story; it’s Paris of expatriates, cheap brothels and shabby cafés; it’s hotel International, mecca for fugitives from every corner of Europe, with its rooms embellished with portraits of fascists or their democratic counterparts, depends on whom current exiles are; it’s sea of calvados, nocturnal wanderings, ambience of nostalgia and decadency and harbinger of [...]

    2. Erich Maria Remarque is best known for his classic masterpiece All Quiet on the Western Front. Arch of Triumph may not be equal to that but it is very good, a beautifully written novel that stands on it's own merit and one that I enjoyed reading from start to finish. The setting is 1938 Paris, nervous about the unrest in Europe prior to the start of World War II, and filled with expatriates and refugees of many nationalities. Ravic is an accomplished German surgeon, and having fled Nazi Germany, [...]

    3. An exiled German doctor living in Paris in 1939.This had all the indicia of a great novel and it was very good, I enjoyed reading it. The first half sets up the plot of a German, Ravic, though that is not his real name – he is literally a man without a country; Germany has exiled him and France will not recognize his medical license because of his political status. He earns a living “assisting” French physicians, though he does the surgeries for them and receives a quarter or a tenth of th [...]

    4. Самая тяжелая книга Ремарка для меня. Может потому что сейчас лето и читать грустные книги полные безнадежности особенно тяжело, когда на улице светит солнце и мир кажется прекрасным, но такие книги нужно и хочется читать, чтобы ценить свою жизнь. Любимый Ремарк! Ты берешь [...]

    5. My thoughts a bit into the book:THIS is fantastic! What lines! Did you know that Remarque died in 1970? He didn't JUST write about WW1. Here the year is 1938. The Spanish Civil War, the build-up to WW2 and refugees in Paris are all part of this book. Interesting and exciting and marvelously written. And you want to know why the main character is as he is. You simply MUST understand. Slowly it unfolds. Good stuff. Me, I am enjoying myself as I read this.And on completion?Everything that I loved w [...]

    6. One of my favorite books. Remarque at it's best. This book transforms you back in time to post war Paris. You can small the dusty streets, cigars and Calvados in the air when you read it. It will leave you nostalgic and hungry for true love and romance straight from the vintage 30s.

    7. Trebala bi postojati neka kategorija za knjige koje su poput ove- van kategorije Pet zvjezdica je ništa Oduševila me prije 20-ak godina, a oduševila me i sada Uživala u svakoj rečenici u dubokim mislima, opisima, samoj pričii, naravno, calvadosu ;) Ne znam jel' do mene, ali mi se čini da se ovakve knjige više ne pišu (ok, čast izuzecima ) Bila i ostala jedna od mojih omiljenih knjiga svih vremena

    8. Remarque has a great humanistic way to tell a simple story, while inspiring a greater idea or a state of mind. While Arch of Triumph is definitely mainly a love story between German refuge Ravic, and wannabe actress Joan Madou, it is also a dooming testament to the injustices of life. And it is also a stark witness to the tragedy of war, and the dark human instincts that precipitate it. Being a strong pacifist, Remarque, who served in World War I, tries once again to present not only the useless [...]

    9. this is a later addition: i think of books read this year, ones that might become rereads- become 'comfort reading'- and this is a prime candidate. why? i do not know, perhaps in clarity, in artlessness, i can concentrate on the characters. i tried one other book by remarque, very disappointed, and i have read 'all quiet on the western front'- but this was spoiled by having seen the old film. now i know the plot, but this is never important, this is bittersweet, romantic- yes it must be the roma [...]

    10. Su Remarku jau seniai esu susipažinusi ir Triumfo arką, jau penktą jo knygą, į rankas ėmiau be jokio nerimo, kad knyga gali nepatikti ir, žinoma, neapsirikau. Sužavėjo kaip visad. Stiprūs dialogai, platus gyvenimo vaizdavimas, ciniška ironija ir įtaigus antimilitarizmas susilieja į nuostabų kūrinį, aiškiai alsuojantį „remarkišku“ stiliumi, kurio su niekuo nesumaišysi.Šiame kūrinyje ypač stiprų įspūdį paliko dialogai. Po Silva Rerum pamačiau, kad romaną galima pui [...]

    11. Nav jau vairs daudz ko teikt. Remarks ir ģeniāls, ja jāraksta par cilvēcību, vientulību un cerību. Karš salauž cilvēkus. Nākamā manā Remarka sarakstā ir - ''Lisabonas naktis''.

    12. Невероятно чуткая, трогательная и пронзительная книга.Очень сложная и без пафоса драматическая роль героя книги. И казалось бы ворвавшаяся любовь и новый смысл жизни его вылечит, но не так проста жизньЕще более интересен внутренний мир и суждения главного героя сквозь пр [...]

    13. "Який божевільний світ: ти можеш обернутися в архангела, в блазня, в злочинця і ніхто цього не помітить. Та коли у тебе відірветься гудзик – помітять всі"."– Того, що забудеш, потім бракуватиме ціле життя, пане, – сказав він– Правду кажете. А те, чого не забудеш, обертає життя [...]

    14. 4.9/5 I mrekullueshem, frymzues,jehone universale kunder lufterave, edhe ne epoken me te erret ka gjithmon nje fije drite qe na mban gjalle.

    15. Khi mới đọc những chương đầu của cuốn tiểu thuyết này, có lẽ nhiều người sẽ cảm thấy có cái gì đó thiêu thiếu, hụt hẫng, không biết bắt đầu từ đâu, bởi bỗng dưng mà đùng một cái, tác giả đập ngay vào những dòng đầu tiên là hai nhân vật – bác sĩ Ravic và người thiếu phụ trẻ tuổi Jeanne Madou – mà không có bất cứ một lời mào đầu, dẫn dắt, miêu tả hay giới thiệu nào [...]

    16. Arch of Triumph: readwithstyle.wordpress/20A huge fan of Erich Maria Remarque as I am, surprisingly I hadn’t read two of his most famous novels – Arch of Triumph and All Quiet on the Western Front. After 5 novels (Shadows in Paradise, Three Comrades, A Time to Love and a Time to Die, The Night in Lisbon and The Black Obelisk), his voice sounds so familiar, that while reading I feel an overwhelming calmness. In a world where nothing is right, where humanity has continued on the path to self-d [...]

    17. I put this book aside to read A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains but I was already getting tired of it and I'm not in the mood to finish it right now. The story is about a German refugee living in Paris during WWII but before the Occupation. He had been a surgeon in Germany but as he is living illegally without papers, he has to take whatever work a few French doctors give him work that they don't want to do such as trying to save a woman's life after a botched abortion. I found this all very [...]

    18. I was blown away by this book. It is very old and still it touches on some things that are universal and beyond restraints such as time. It's set in the illegal refugee community in Paris during the second world war, and the protagonist is a not too sympathetic doctor, who practises illegally for pittances, drinks himself down more or less every night because of his insomnia, has casual relationships when he doesn't play chess with a Russian refugee friend of his, has countless political discuss [...]

    19. Rediscovering the books that I read when I was too young. Read in 2 nights. One of my favourite books definitely.It was like I could almost feel how the author felt when he was writing it.Everything is so complicated and yet brought to us so simply. Must read.

    20. Non torna indietro l'ora che si è vissutaRemarque descrive qui, con essenzialità ricca di poesia, un mondo nascosto: gente in fuga dalle persecuzioni naziste negli ultimi anni trenta del secolo scorso (inquiete, delle ombre andavano in su e in giù. Erano gli emigranti senza documenti, la brigata degli illegali). Così Ravic, chirurgo illegale a Parigi, deve fare i conti con una vita sempre al buio e allerta; costretto, per sopravvivere, a non stringere legami né a provare affetti, a sollevar [...]

    21. Nu vă apucați de cartea asta dacă treceți printr-o despărțire. Nu vă apucați de cartea asta dacă sunteți puțin depresiv. Dar mai ales, nu vă apucați de cartea asta dacă nu vă plac lucrurile care încep atât de bine și se termină la repezeală. Așa impresia mi-a lăsat mie finalul cărții - de mântuială. Deși e o carte frumoasă. E stilul caracteristic a lui Remarque, simplist și totuși încărcat de emoție. Am adunat, pe parcursul lecturării, citate prin vreo trei carn [...]

    22. Tristă cartea, dar mi-a plăcut foarte mult: trăirile sufletești ale dr. Ravic, gândurile și starea pe care o avea de la o zi la alta. Trist atunci când mereu trebuie să fii pe fugă, trist cu toată nebunia războaielor și tot ce au avut să îndure oamenii de pe urma lor. Trist e să te îndrăgostești de o femeie și ea să nu se mulțumească doar cu tine, ci mereu să o vezi la braț cu un alt bărbat. Trist, dar totodată plin de speranță mi-a părut finalul. Eu așa și sper c [...]

    23. Absolutely excellent! At first, after reading half way through I gave it 4 stars. Big mistake - it is definitely 5 plus. Remarque put human face on pre WW2 Europe and France in particular. The characters, their life stories and pre war spirit of that time builds up tension and anxiety in the reader. It is more than a love story. In fact, I think love story is not central point of the book. It is there to examplify one of the inevitable feelings and to support the main underlying theme of how imp [...]

    24. Erich Maria Remarque is one of the greatest novelists i have ever read. This is third book of Erich Maria Remarque i read. I am sure i will read it again.

    25. Phân vân không biết nên cho 3 hay 4 sao, thôi thì 3,5/5 sao vậy!Truyện không phải dở, chỉ là mình chưa cảm được nhiều lắm. Cái cách tác giả ví von so sánh trong mọi câu văn miêu tả làm mình bối rối quá. Tác giả so sánh đẹp đẽ đến mức dắt mình đến tận đẩu tận đâu làm mình lên đến Sao Hỏa cung trăng rồi một lát quên mất cái ý chính lúc đầu ông đem ra so sánh là cái gì luôn! Hầu như [...]

    26. One more excellent book by Remarque for the collection and for sure not the last. I 'll continue reading him. The German writer has such a warm prose full of kindness that make a reader love him, despite the fact that he is dealing with hard, cold and cruel times and topics in his books. In the "Arch of Triumph" he focuses on refuges' life from all Europe, in a pre-ww2 Paris. More specifically his main hero German doctor whose opposite ideology to uprising Reich troubles him, finds in Paris a te [...]

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