• Sad
  • Made me think
Literature total pnts rank Rank 922in 4,447 titlesTotal 4 / Deviation 50.54
Literature rank of 1961 Rank 2in 8 titles
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Character/Setting2.00(Very good)2
Story2.00(Very good)2
Made me think100%2/2
Shed tears50%1/2
Learned something50%1/2
Hot heart0%0/2
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Iwanami Bunko
Outside Japan :Released:1961
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2014/04/10 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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From the point of view of my hero, my former (who also mentioned the model, the model is an author) From the perspective of Jewish boys called Friedrich gradually being strengthened Jewish discrimination It was a drawn work.

There is a famous "Anne's diary" such as Jewish discrimination works, and before this, the "pianist of the battlefield" watched in the movie, etc. In the case of this work Jews from the viewpoint of those who are not Jews It was distinctive to draw the form of discrimination.

Before reading this book, the image of World War II was strong when it came to Jewish discrimination, but actually it was done before the Berlin Olympics.

Although I was thinking that reading was the main character, it was impression that it is quite grown up with Friedrich, it seems that he is still Jewish against Friedrich, who was eight years old, unlawfully being dressed as a thief's false charge It was awfully painful to be discriminated on account of the place, the pool and the cinema, as they are Jews, respectively.

I think that it is a work that should be handed down to posterity, including the above-mentioned two works.

Although it will be an evaluation at the end, I will say that it is "very good".

2008/10/21 Favorite comment [Original Japanese review]
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In the textbook "Bench" section was taken up.
Friedrich gets acquainted with a girl named Helga (who was a German child?) And will be on till a small date.
Helga was a character without discrimination at all that seemed to be able to sit at the bench exclusively for Jews, but Friedrich himself drew himself to think of her happiness ...
"Because, she is going to the camp if found!" Friedrich's thoughtful words resonate sadly.
A good story that everyone understands the abomination of "racial discrimination" that tears the heart's contacts of pure people like Friedrich and Helga.

2007/06/12 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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While I was a junior high school student, I remembered what was on my textbook as impressed and borrowed it at the library, but at that time and still very impressive work.
Draws the everyday life of the Jew, a wealthy family living in a neighborhood where his birthday is the same as him for only a week, apparently the hero of "Boku" who is a poor but apparently like the "myself" Tako's work.
In talking about this work it can not be said that the stage is "Germany under the Second World War".
Needless to say, Adolf Hitler led by the Nazis, the work he had done to the Jews is still being handed down as "outrageous" even though it has dominated Germany at the time.
Friedrich and his family, the hero who is a "poisoned person" who can live normally, and "Jews" who are gradually being persecuted by the state while wealthy. It is painful and the ending listening to Friedrich at the end is too sad.
Adults who persecute the Jews, and they do not change, they do not change, they are not changing, "contrasting with children, I read over again and again.
"Anne's diary" may be nice, but this work, which depicts the "Jews" from the German perspective, must also be masterpieces.

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