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    [PDF] Katz und Maus By Günter Grass – Epub, eBook and Kindle ePUB free Ostensibly set in the same world as The Tin Drum although the little boy with the drum and the piercing shrieks barely makes an appearance Really it is the story of an adolescence in the shadow of the Nazi regim

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Interesting thing about Cat and is Its Complete Difference In Tone From The complete difference in tone from the novels Both The Tin Drum and what I ve read so far of Dog Years have the same high pitched almost hysterical humor combined with a profound sense of teleology not surprising given the apocalyptic nature of life in Danzig under the Nazis Grass attempts to confront the horror with over the top slapstick because only through that kind of comparison is it possible to make the reader understand But while Cat and Mouse has its moments of the same kind of ribald humor it is dignified in a sense and closer to reality nough so at least that when the book reaches its inevitable climax and denoument one feels genuine or human reactions to the fates of Pilenz and Mahlke than one does to Oskar the hero of The Tin Drum Perhaps that is Oskar the hero of The Tin Drum Perhaps that is it was segmented off from Dog Years perhaps there was another reason Whatever the case it stands on its own and as an integral part of Grass magnum opus Cat and Mouse is an oddly complex story and as is the case with most of Grass books it carries deep and oftentimes troubling themes about the war but it s a very gripping and interesting book all the same with well developed characters and a uniue plot Because it wasn t originally written in English I felt like the writing seemed a bit off as though something were lost in translation but it was worth it to be able to read it as it s a very uniue novel in its own right The brutal account of these kids in DanzigGdansk during the Hitler youth and the war is both chilling and poignant It is the second volume of Grass Danzig trilogy after The Tin Drummer and a fast but furious read The characters are both repulsive and compelling and ow that we know that Grass was in the Hitler youth when he was 16 it is obviously a pretty damn accurate portrayal better than the kid in All the Light We Cannot See in any case I have to believe that Doer r A book by the German author who won the 1999 Nobel prize best known for his novel The Tin Drum The story is set during World War II in Danzig a free city on the Baltic Sea between Poland and Germany until the Nazis took it over Today it s Gdansk PolandThere are two main characters two boys of Revived early high school age the only two Catholics who hang out with a group of ten or so Lutheran boys and occasionally girls In summer they swim out daily to their hangout a half sunken Polish minesweeper some distance out in the harbor One main character is the narrator who tells the story of the real main character who becomes the main theme of the book his radical changes over timeAt first the main character is shy and awkward Today we d call him a geek or a dork The other boys avoid him and make fun of him He says he wants to be a professional clown He s tall and gangly with bigars and can t Student Research Projects in Calculus even swim at first His huge Adam s apple is a joke in the title of the book Since they often swim naked he s also admired for the size of his let s say dangling participle But once they teach him how to swim he becomes the best swimmer and diver among them He s the only one who dives underwater into the ship s hold and daily starts bringing up medals picturesuipment tools and ven cans. “The Great Mahlke” But to his nemies he remains a target He is different and doomed in a country scarred by the war Cat and Mouse was first published in 1961 two years after Gunter Grass’ controversial and applauded masterpiece The Tin Drum Once again Grass. ,


I was disappointed in this second book of the trilogy It was short which is what I loved And sadly it was the only thing I loved about it As with the first this book is about the coming of age tale of a boy In this case the story was told by his best friend It wasn t a horrible tale at all The concept was brilliant I thought however the xecution fell flat I just didn t care about the characters as I did in the first book And it didn t help that I found this book boring for most of it Logically I know the writing was good and the literary standard was met However this book just didn t sit well with me Something was clearly missing and after thinking about it for a day I still don t know what it was Ostensibly set in the same world as The Tin Drum although the little boy with the drum and the piercing shrieks barely makes an appearance Really it is the story of an adolescence in the shadow of the Nazi regime and how the regime shapes what would be an otherwise unremarkable teenage I honestly don t know how anyone could give this less than 5 stars Taste being subjective I understand that we like what we like It s flawless without an ounce of fat on it After finishing The Tin Drum yesterday I started Cat and Mouse this morning Having had the chance to finish it this vening I m still sitting here some hours later floored by it Achingly beautiful and haunting If you re looking for The Tin Drum II this isn t it Better yet it s an A Heart of Stone entirely different animal with no less an impact than its predecessor In fact I argue that its overall impact is greater as is the book as a piece of art unto itself There is some devastating beauty hereThat rarest of things a perfect book Its a simplenough story of a boy Mahlke who grows up in Danzing and goes to WWII But the book is full of complexities analogies and freuent shifts in the point of the narrator view Mahlke s appearance is full of complexities analogies and freuent shifts in the point of the narrator view Mahlke s appearance a bit of a joke and he has some odd characteristics The story I think is how he and others are the hunted to a hungry uncaring society I first read Cat and Mouse without the benefit of having read The Tin Drum beforehand and I missed a lot Cat and Mouse is the second book in Grass Danzig Trilogy three books that look at life in Danzig under the Nazi regime from three different points of view the tales are told concurrently and time can be fixed by *seeing the same Taking Instruction (Taboo, event from different points of view forxample *the same Language and Linguistics event from different points of view forxample picnic taken by the jazz trio and Schmuh in Book III of The Tin Drum shows up towards the nd of Cat and Mouse and Matern one of the main characters of Dog Years shows up in The Onion Cellar where Oskar s jazz band is retained in The Tin DrumCat and Mouse is actually a novella originally a part of Dog Years that broke off and took on a life of its own on the surface it is the tale of Joachim Mahlke a high school student with a protruding adam s apple the Mouse of the title and his fascination with a sunken Polish minesweeper after he learns to swim at the age of thirteen It is also the story of Pilenz the narrator and Mahlke s best friend The two spend their high school years in wartime Poland reacting to various things and that s about as much plot as this little slice of life needsThe. An alternate cover for this isbn can be found hereTo compensate for his unusually large Adam’s apple source of both discomfort and distress fourteen year old Joachim Mahlke turns himself into athlete and ace diver Soon he is known to his peers and his nation as.

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Of food from the sunken part of the vessels He transforms into a #Hero And The Kids # and the kids calling him the Great Mahlke Both the Catholic boys are very religious but in different ways The narrator is a daily altar boy The Great is xcessively devout in taking communion but ven his priest worries about his Mariolatry The Great says Of course I don t believe in God He s just a swindle to stultify the people *The Only Thing I *only thing I in is the Virgin Mary That s why I m never going to get people The only thing I believe in is the Virgin Mary That s why I m never going to get The Great lives in a household of females his mother and her female relatives His father died before the war in a work accident More transformations He seems to disparage the Nazi war ffort listlessly singing patriotic songs and having the audacity to steal a medal from a visiting war hero speaking at their school Yet as soon as he is old Promise at Dawn enough he suddenly runs off tonlist in the army and becomes a recognized war hero for shooting so many nemy tanks which he writes home bragging about He also acuires a reputation as a lady s man going after officers wives while men are at the front He transforms again Home on leave he suddenly announces he s going AWOL and hides out on the boat with the help of his friend To me I did not get a good sense of what all these transformations were about or why they occurred So a bit strange but the story moved along and kept my interest It s fairly short less than 200 pages We get snippets of ships and naval battle statistics I thought it was a worthwhile read 35 rounded up to 4 Top photo Gdansk today from pcdncowp2 Days in GdanskDanzig after bombings from danzigfreestateorgphoto of the author 1927 2015 from haaretzcompolopoly Oh I wonderFilled with motivation to read my way through G nter Grass until summer I started by rereading this novella which sits nicely between Tin Drum and Dog Years accessible and direct in its approach to a youth spent under the spell of HitlerAnd like the 3 year old drummer who has unexplained cameo appearances in the story drumming up tension at crucial points without indicating his role as the master of another Grass novel I feel that dark time and the place hover over me like a dark cloud I hear the thunder I feel the cold I smell the rot of a childhood lived under the delusion of German nationalism I don t have to close my yes to imagine the terror of war that those boys born in the late 20s know by learning the form function and destruction power of ach vehicle and weapon by heart I don t need to go outside in the middle of Scandinavian winter to feel the freezing cold of the water that the Grand Ma 449 Katz und Maus Cat And Mouse Die Danziger Trilogie Danzig Trilogy 2 G nter GrassCat and Mouse published in Germany in 1961 as Katz und Maus is a novella by G nter Grass the second book of the Danzig Trilogy and the seuel to The Tin Drum It is about Joachim Mahlke an alienated only child without a father The narrator Pilenz alone could be termed his friend if it were possible to be friends with Mahlke p 78 much of Pilenz s narration addresses Mahlke directly by means of second person narration The story is set in Danzig around the time of the Second World War and Nazi rule 2010 1350 179 1378 1379 1388 20. Turns his attention on Danzig With a subtle blend of humour and power Cat and Mouse ostensibly relates the rise of Mahlke from clown to hero But Mahlke’s outlandish antics hide the darkness at the heart of a nation torn by Nazi violence the war and its aftermat. .
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