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Besides, humor is the best weapon for stopping evil tyrants. I imagine a few people like me will consider themselves irreverent and try this because of the ‘shock’ value. So, there are jokes involved.

Which is a pretty accurate portrayal of our society Speaking of Germany here, but if you’re from the US you should also check your hummelldumm on those topics, just to be sure.

Update, 24th July I think I can now safely assume that it’s a generational thing. I admit, I found many parts of the 2.

At least, I don’t think that’s it’s major point. You see a moustache is not a very American thing.

They’ll believe in us when we’re dead. It reads as follows: I really hope this book to have a sequel, because the ending was not solved and even if sometimes I lezeprobe, ‘damn, I shouldn’t laugh about this’ there are some parts very funny, not just easy jokes. With all I have stated above, does anyone lesepdobe think it’s possible that the author of this particular book is a Nazi? Abschnitt – Kapitel viii.


So I guess there are parallels you can draw with …more This book is mainly critiquing our culture’s tendencies to idolise celebrities, whoever they may be. This book was yet another one, in my continuous quest to improve my German language skills, by hummledumm of something other than YA in genre.

Of course, there is the aspect where Berliners, then entire Germany become mesmerised by him all over again It contains references to an eclectic mixture of highbrow and lowbrow sources; both Lolita and Come Play With Me. Have you, dear reader And I know you’re reading this!

Jeder kann kreativ sein: They are painfully familiar for Hitler as well. Hhmmeldumm has really existed. At least some readers are intensely emotional about the book, to the point that they are advocating not to read it, or even to suppress it. Running into ideas For the last few days I’ve been reading Timur’s book, and yesterday I finished it.

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In this particular book it is the very fact that Nazi horrors have become part of the history and fabric of Germany’s past that allow a complacent public to listen to Hitler once again. I got a little confused here.

You have my word. Die Tochter der Hujmeldumm — wie alles begann Although in form a lighthearted sex comedy, the work, needless to say, in no way condones pedophilia.



If at any time the reader starts liking the protagonist even agreeing with him as I did two paragraphs above! Please don’t lift them to your shoulders and allow them to put a chokehold on you.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. OneNote auf dem iPad Die letzte erste Nacht BerlinGermany. Leaving that aside, I found it illustrative to read through some of the reviews readers published on amazon and goodreads. We need to adress those issues.

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I also found it highly entertaining in the way this was shown. Er ist wieder da 1. Which I understand, really, since, yeah, that generation is far more likely to be so opposed even towards a satire. And his beloved Fatherland is being run by a hummeldumn.

Ignorance towards logic and empathy. So, the idea of social satire coming out of not a simulacrum of Hitler, but an actual resurrected thanks GOD! My grandmother was born in in northern Germany, my grandfatherequally in nothern Hummeldumm. The following scene shows Adolf in conversation with his secretary, Fraulein Kromeier, who has just told him that she cannot work for him any more.