[Reading] ➬ Russian Disco ➳ Wladimir Kaminer – 1sm.info

Russian Disco 2,5 5Os textos de Kamine em Balada Russa , apresentados como contos, assemelham se mais a cr nicas sobre a vida de imigrantes russos vivendo em Berlim E tendo j vivido fora do pa s como estudante e trabalhador, e convivido com imigrantes do antigo bloco sovi tico, foi f cil identificar o jeito de ser, estar e viver dos personagens reais, aparentemente que passavam pelas cr nicas.No entanto, e talvez, esse tenha sido a raz o pela qual n o gostei muito do livro, apesar de os textos serem curt 2,5 5Os textos de Kamine em Balada Russa , apresentados como contos, assemelham se mais a cr nicas sobre a vida de imigrantes russos vivendo em Berlim E tendo j vivido fora do pa s como estudante e trabalhador, e convivido com imigrantes do antigo bloco sovi tico, foi f cil identificar o jeito de ser, estar e viver dos personagens reais, aparentemente que passavam pelas cr nicas.No entanto, e talvez, esse tenha sido a raz o pela am liebsten w rde ich Minuspunkte vergeben. Born In Moscow, Wladimir Kaminer Emigrated To Berlin In The Early 90s When He Was 22 Russian Disco Is A Series Of Short And Comic Autobiographical Vignettes About Life Among The Migr S In The Explosive And Extraordinary Multi Cultural Atmosphere Of 90s Berlin It S An Exotic, Vodka Fuelled Millennial Goodbye To Berlin The Stories Show A Wonderful, Innocent, Deadpan Economy Of Style Reminiscent Of The Great Humorists Several Of His European Editors Make A Comparison With Current Bestseller David Sedaris Kaminer Manages To Say A Great Deal Without Seeming To Say Much At All He Speaks About The Offbeat Personal Events Of His Own Life But Captures Something Universal About Our Disjointed Times. I had high hopes for this but was sadly disappointed The stories were neither as funny nor as interesting as some of his other books Maybe if I d read it first before reading some of his other books it might have made this aentertaining read.It wasn t bad, just didn t quite hit the mark for me. The book is difficult to evaluate, because it sabout Russians or post Soviets, if you want , than about Berlin To the ones who is familiar to both of them, the book has better chances to be liked.I liked a lot, although there s no a big plot line within the book Highly recommended to all Nice and easy read if you like the mash of Russians in Berlin and how cultures clash in a relaxed way Having lived in Poland, i.e Warsaw I consider it being in the middle knowing that Poles don t necessarily like that view forgive me my Polish friends You do learn about your place if you have a look to the left AND the right and recognize how much you are influenced or an influence So as this is a book about a Russian and his story in Germany, this is quite a Warsaw book for m Nice and easy read if you like the mash of Russians in Berlin and how cultures clash in a relaxed way Having lived in Poland, i.e Warsaw I consider it being in the Kaminer takes his inspiration from the grand tradition of Russian short stories by the likes of Chekhov and Babel Not to be confused with the heart rending prose of his literary predecessors, Kaminer s Berlin stories are light and amusing These read like an anecdote someone tells around th A Russian that immigrates to Berlin tells some great stories of the what he experienced in Berlin for the first few years Ein wirklich belangloses, berfl ssiges und recht uninteressantes Buch, dem ich 1.5 Sterne gebe f r folgende Qualit ten jeweils einen halben Stern man kann es sehr schnell durchlesen ich bewundere jeden, der es schafft ein Buch in einer Sprache zu schreiben, sau schlecht unglaublich das so etwas verlegt wurde und immernoch wird

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