Please be aware that this discussion guide may contain spoilers! He cannot forgive Hanna's crimes. With these short summaries, you will get a good, detailed, yet quick overview of the plot of The Reader, without having to read the entire book word for word. Not even from the one who had loved her, what brought her to suicide. Read it thoroughly and take notes on the major points you want to include in your summary. When she recognises this, Michael runs out of the house and walks slowly home. So many emotions and thoughts cross my mind, and at the end of the book, I'm still not sure how I should feel. Later, he also writes stories himself, which he records on tape to send to Hanna.
Michael recounts the most important stages in his life, starting with experiences long passed in his youth. Michael had no way of knowing it at the time but Hanna was on the run, not from him but to conceal certain truths about herself. Readers may ask themselves these same questions. What is most perplexing, though, is that no one seems overly concerned with Gatsby's death. It's a mixture of two things.
As Tom's car nears Wilson's garage, they can all see that some sort of accident has occurred. It has been highly critically acclaimed, winning the Boston Book Review's Fisk Fiction Prize, and it deserves all the praise it has received. It was a shocking revelation and all I could think about was the huge amount of energy he must have expended daily to hide this from his family, his co-workers. After 15-year-old Michael becomes ill on his way home, 36-year-old conductor Hanna Schmitz notices him, cleans him up, and sees him safely home. It's a struggle, to be sure, but one that helps make The Reader one of the most impacting books I've yet read. Valenzuela also pokes fun at everyday people who sell out their fellow man. He is sometimes too late, but the others does not bother because it makes him more interesting.
She was afraid, she says, of the disorder that would have ensued: prisoners running amok without the proper supervision to get them back in marching line. He spends the next three months absent from school battling. What does she get from their affair? A simple abdication of responsibility and 300 women cook within the stone walls. Ya cerca del final del libro fue el único momento en que sentí pena y simpatía por Hanna. When you get to writing your summary, rely on your memory first to make sure the summary is in your own words.
In the courtroom, he withheld moral witness and remained silent, as she did, as most Germans did. Michael wonders if it was his fault or whether he has been betrayed by Hanna. It is surprisingly not much about hatred, despite the topic. It is about facing justice - or not. As part of the class, the students attend the trial on a weekly basis. To accept exposure as a criminal for fear of being exposed as an illiterate? Shortly after his arrival, Nick travels across the Sound to the more fashionable East Egg to visit his cousin Daisy Buchanan and her husband, Tom, a hulking, imposing man whom Nick had known in college.
But if we were one of the rest of the Germans? Schlink's narrator, Michael Berg, knows that Hanna could not have committed the crimes she is accused of because of the secret she is unwilling to reveal. He also tells about his class. No longer hiding her love for Gatsby, Daisy pays him special attention and Tom deftly picks up on what's going on. Eventually Michael begins to correspond with Hanna in prison. Michael Berg, a 14-year-old boy, is on his way home from school when he suddenly vomits on the pavement. On one hand it can be viewed as a bildungsroman, it follows Michael Berg since the age of 15 till full maturity. On the walls are little notes.
I have the feeling there's more than one way of looking at this book. The two begin an sordid affair that lasts through that spring and the summer when he is off from school. January was warm, and my mother moved my bed out onto the balcony. Almost eighteen years later, the prison warden contacts Michael and asks him to help Hanna acclimate to the outside world when she is released; however when he goes to pick her up he learns that she hung herself the evening before. While she changes her clothes, Michael is secretly looking through a crack in the door.
On Hanna though, if one would call this more holocaust literature than a legal thriller with sex in it, then criticism of the book, from people who treat it as Holocaust literature, are right to say that Schlink doesn't come to a proper judgment of Hanna. Is it the vivid sexual tale of a teenage boy with an older woman? This is not a book that I wanted to read. But I couldn't help but think about Germany's reluctant assent to shine a light on the atrocities that had been committed and compare it to how the United States has typically handled the atrocities it has committed over the years. The illiteracy means the absence of the power to question and to confront, a sort of numbness we feel as we follow a tedious daily routine. And as always, the alien language, unmastered and struggled over, created a strange concatenation of distance and immediacy. They should be able understand what happened in the article or story by reading your summary alone.
By exaggerating the mundane aspects of harmful or stupid policies or people, satire gets a laugh and makes a point. Hanna Schmitz, of whose circumstances and background Michael knew very little, was affectionate and standoffish at the same time, prone to abrupt mood swings. I feel any advice I can give is vapid. Bernhard Schlink is a German jurist and writer. It is an adolescent's fantasy come true, a bit like in reverse.