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    Summary È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Erich Kästner PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] Erich Kästner ↠ 6 Summary Emil Und Die Detektive Emil And The Delectives Erich KästnerEmil and the Detectives is a 1929 novel for children set mainly in Berlin by the German writer Erich Kästner and illustrated by Walter Trier It was Kästner's first major success the only one of his pre 1945 works to escape Nazi censorship and remains his best known work and has been translated into at least 59 languages The most unusual aspect of

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    Erich Kästner ↠ 6 Summary Summary È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Erich Kästner PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] I read this German children's classic while the Greek debt drama of July 2015 was unfolding; I would finish a chapter go to the Daily Telegraph live blog catch up on the latest news from Brussels then return to Emil The people reporting on the political story were eager to cast the Germans particularly the hardline Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble as the villains I read many pieces about how Schäuble was imposing unreasonable

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    Read Emil und die Detektive PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] Erich Kästner ↠ 6 Summary Oh phew I was really worried there for uite a few pagesSo many aspects of the book are highly realistic Emil's personality and relationship with his mother and their money worries that I was afraid that in the end view spoilerthere would be a realistic ending in which it turned out Emil had been mistaken as to the identity of the thief or as would probably happen in real life the adults would dismiss the boys

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    PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] Summary È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Erich Kästner Read Emil und die Detektive Please note that Emil's exploits that the story itself in its German original while never a personal favourite is and will always remain a solid three star read for me enjoyable but also not spectacular The above one star rating is simply because the new 2007 translation by W Martin absolutely and totally leaves so very much to be d

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    PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] Summary È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Erich Kästner Erich Kästner ↠ 6 Summary This is a book that I saw and had to buy and readIt represents a time in my life when I was too busy playing sport or out wi

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    PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] Summary È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Erich Kästner Read Emil und die Detektive First published in 1929 Erich Kästner's Emil und die Detektive Emil and the Detectives especially and brilliantl

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    Read Emil und die Detektive PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] I’ve been wanting to read this book since Disney aired its 1964 film version on television when I was a child myself late 1960s or early 1970s But I put it off for literally decades until the excellent Manny Rayner reminded me of the book’s existence How sorry I am that I didn’t read this delightful little book soonerConsidering the book was first released in 1929 this tale of a poor boy who loses a large sum but

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    Read Emil und die Detektive Erich Kästner ↠ 6 Summary Summary È PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Erich Kästner GENERAL THOUGHTS ON EMIL AND THE DETECTIVES BASED ON THE GERMAN ORIGINALFirst published in 1929 Erich Kästner's Emil und die Detektive Emil and the Detectives in English translations especially and brilliantly sparkles a

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    PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] This is like a review by proxy of Emil and the detectivesI watched a program on youtube in which Marcel Reich Ranicki without doubt the most famous German literary critc of his time is talking about German authors; this time about Erich Kästner Of course he also had something to say about Emil Born in Poland in

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    PDF FREE [Emil und die Detektive] Erich Kästner ↠ 6 Summary As funny and delightful as ever It was one of my favourite comfort reads as a child and it did not disappoint the grown up me either

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  • Paperback
  • 224
  • Emil und die Detektive
  • Erich Kästner
  • English
  • 06 October 2018
  • 9781468308297

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Emil und die Detektive Read & download ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Money With the help of some new friends Emil becomes a detective and tracks the thief through the city Filled with enduring themes of leadership courage and teamwork and the delightful illustrations of Walter Trier Emil and the Detectives is a rollicking heartwarming tale come ali I ve been wanting to read this book since Disney aired its 1964 film version on television when I was a child myself late 1960s or early 1970s But I put it off for literally decades until the excellent Manny Rayner reminded me of the book s existence How sorry I am that I didn t read this delightful little book soonerConsidering the book was first released in 1929 this tale of a poor boy who loses a large sum but is aided in its recovery has aged magnificently Young Emil Tabletoe takes a train to Berlin to spend a week during the summer with his grandmother Aunt Martha and her family While on the train he s robbed of the 140 marks he s carrying by a man in a bowler hat and his adventure in the big city begins Emil s newfound friend Gustav with the bicycle horn and his pals organize a manhunt that would make the FBI proud Emil s cousin also joins in Author Erich K stner creates amazingly believable characters particularly boys thoroughly enjoying being boys like Emil Gustav Crumbagel the Professor Petzold grumpy Truegut and little Tuesday but also the long suffering Mrs Tabletoe and Emil s smart alecky grandmother and his bicycle crazed feisty cousin Pony the Hat Heimbold I loved every minute of this uick read which I finished in one sitting I couldn t stop readingTwo special treats in this book view spoilerErich K ster includes himself as one of the journalists who interview the victorioius Emil in Chapter 15 hide spoiler Darkness Before Dawn until the excellent Manny Rayner reminded me of the book s existence How sorry I am that I didn t read this delightful little book soonerConsidering the book was first released in 1929 this tale of a poor boy who loses a large sum but is aided in its recovery has aged magnificently Young Emil Tabletoe takes a train to Berlin to spend a week during the summer with his grandmother Aunt Martha and her family While on the train he s robbed of the 140 marks he s carrying by a man in a bowler hat and his adventure in the big city begins Emil s newfound friend Gustav with the bicycle horn and his pals organize a manhunt that would make the FBI proud Emil s cousin also joins in Author Erich K stner creates amazingly believable characters particularly boys thoroughly enjoying being boys like Emil Gustav Crumbagel the Professor Petzold grumpy Truegut and little Tuesday but also the long suffering Mrs Tabletoe and Emil s smart alecky grandmother and his bicycle crazed feisty cousin Pony the Hat Heimbold I loved every minute of this Enlightenment Now The Case for Reason Science Humanism and Progress uick read which I finished in one sitting I couldn t stop readingTwo special treats in this book view spoilerErich K ster includes himself as one of the journalists who interview the victorioius Emil in Chapter 15 hide spoiler

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Emil und die Detektive Read & download ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB The man in the bowler hat offers him some chocolate but Emil keeps checking his coat pocket where he’s pinned the money that he is taking to his grandmother Soon though Emil finds himself getting sleepy and the next thing he knows the man in the bowler hat is gone and so is the First published in 1929 Erich K stner s Emil und die Detektive Emil and the Detectives especially and brilliantly sparkles and glows with its sense of time and place with its urban realism its palpably authentic and genuine representation and description of Berlin the capital city of the Germany of the Weimar Republic a lively and throbbing modern metropolis and not some vague environs set in either a magical present or a distant historical past Also and for me personally reading about Emil s adventures and exploits in Berlin than forty years later in 1975 when I was nine years old approximately a year before we immigrated from what was then West Germany to Canada with the Berlin Wall at that time still firmly in place and East Berlin like all of East Germany for all intents and purposes cut off from West Germany Emil und die Detektive was basically the only way for me to even remotely be able to experience the at that time still former capital of Germany as from 1949 until reunification while East Berlin remained the capital of East Germany the capital of West Germany was Bonn since unless one had family members in the East it was often very difficult for many if not most West Germans to even obtain permission from East Germany to cross over to visit and neither did we have relatives in East Germany nor did my parents desire to freuent East Germany as that according to them would have been catering to Erich Honecker and the Soviet Union and therefore even the idea of perhaps visiting West Berlin was never remotely entertained or consideredNow aside from the above mentioned and appreciated immediacy the both harsh and at times also entertaining delightful reality of urban existence Emil und die Detektive is primarily a novel of not only adventure and friendship but essentially a glorification of children and their abilities their hidden and not so hidden strengths and talents Emil and his new friends tracking and then apprehending the scoundrel who had robbed Emil of his money clearly and succinctly demonstrates to ALL including parents including adults that the young are NOT and should never be mere bastions of inactivity and uietude to be seen but not heard to be sitting silently and attentively at school at church or at home but that children can do that if they join forces and work together they can at least within the confines of this story even take the job of the police of adult detectives and that there is safety and comfort in numbers that as a team collectively much can be accomplished But that being said and even though I do realise that from all of Erich K stner s children s novels Emil und die Detektive is definitely still his most famous and well known especially in North America and Great Britain especially in translation there are some rather major and unfortunate issues with datedness and stratified gender roles present as Emil s female cousin Pony H tchen while clearly represented in many ways as both the most imaginative and even the most courageous of the children unfortunately also seems to be primarily a maternal representative a motherly type whose role is first and foremost that of a caregiver and it is thus Emil and the boys of the group who later earn all or at least most of the accolades who are feted as having apprehended the thief I do very well realise that Emil und die Detektive was penned was published in the 1920s and that for its time for 1929 both the story itself and the featured characters are actually uite if not very avant garde even with regard to Pony H tchen who while she might indeed languish somewhat as a typical maternal caregiver like entity is at least permitted is at least allowed freedom and vitality is not simply confined to the house or to a finishing school sewing or learning how to be a lady It is just that for me I find it somewhat frustrating that even though many of Erich K stner s later novels for children often portray considerably less gender stratification and even actual criticism of the latter they are often not nearly as familiar to especially English language readers For while the English language translations of Emil und die Detektive Emil and the Detectives are considered and should always be considered a classic and are easily available and often in current print many of his later children s novels are not nearly as well known in English translation which is truly unfortunate as I have for example personally always enjoyed K stner s Das fliegende Klassenzimmer The Flying Classroom and Das doppelte Lottchen Lottie and Lisa much than Emil und die Detektive precisely due to the fact that there is not only less obvious gender stratification shown but that both it and negative attitudes towards women face considerable authorial condemnation Still Emil und die Detektive remains highly recommended and is perhaps a good enough place to start especially if one desires to read Erich K stner s children s writing academically sociologically andor historically

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Emil und die Detektive Read & download ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Originally published in 1929 Erich Kästner’s engaging tale has delighted readers young and old for generations It’s Emil’s first train ride alone and he’s excited and a little nervous On the train his fellow passengers are impressed with how polite and grown up Emil is and I read this German children s classic while the Greek debt drama of July 2015 was unfolding I would finish a chapter go to the Daily Telegraph live blog catch up on the latest news from Brussels then return to Emil The people reporting on the political story were eager to cast the Germans particularly the hardline Finance Minister Wolfgang Sch uble as the villains I read many pieces about how Sch uble was imposing unreasonable and humiliating conditions on the Greeks and when one looked at poor Euclid Tsakalotos it was indeed difficult not to feel sorry for him But as Emil s story progressed I began to experience an odd sympathy for the Germans Emil a bright and responsible eight year old comes from a poor home His father is dead His mother doesn t bring in much as a hairdresser but by planning carefully she is just able to make ends meet and even save a little She s finally scraped together 140 Marks so that Emil can go and visit his grandmother in Berlin for a week and both she and Emil are very proud of this achievement And then while he s on the train a heartless thief steals his money Emil never cries but he cries now because he thinks of all the sacrifices his mother made to put that little capital together And then he moves heaven and earth to get his stolen money backI watched Sch uble reuesting and outrageous conditions before he would consent to lend a third tranche of his country s money to Alexis Tsipras and I suddenly saw him as a small boy reading Emil und die Detektive He did now just what Emil does in the book he made contact with a group of like minded people got them on his side encircled the criminal who seemed to be on the point of making off with his assets and forced him to capitulate Greece will probably get its loans but only when they ve pledged suitable collateral It was one of the toughest pieces of negotiation I ve ever seenThere s something beautiful and terrifying about that Protestant work ethic Gargoyles of Gaylord Michigan Chillers up Emil is and I read this German children s classic while the Greek debt drama of July 2015 was Yellow Brick War unfolding I would finish a chapter go to the Daily Telegraph live blog catch The Complete Excuses Handbook The Definitive Guide to Avoiding Blame and Shirking Responsibility for All Your Own Miserable Failings and Sloppy Mistakes up on the latest news from Brussels then return to Emil The people reporting on the political story were eager to cast the Germans particularly the hardline Finance Minister Wolfgang Sch Lawrence Ferlinghetti versei uble as the villains I read many pieces about how Sch A Coney Island of the Mind Poems uble was imposing Fearful Hunter #1 unreasonable and humiliating conditions on the Greeks and when one looked at poor Euclid Tsakalotos it was indeed difficult not to feel sorry for him But as Emil s story progressed I began to experience an odd sympathy for the Germans Emil a bright and responsible eight year old comes from a poor home His father is dead His mother doesn t bring in much as a hairdresser but by planning carefully she is just able to make ends meet and even save a little She s finally scraped together 140 Marks so that Emil can go and visit his grandmother in Berlin for a week and both she and Emil are very proud of this achievement And then while he s on the train a heartless thief steals his money Emil never cries but he cries now because he thinks of all the sacrifices his mother made to put that little capital together And then he moves heaven and earth to get his stolen money backI watched Sch The Wedding Day uble reuesting and outrageous conditions before he would consent to lend a third tranche of his country s money to Alexis Tsipras and I suddenly saw him as a small boy reading Emil Promise Me Tomorrow und die Detektive He did now just what Emil does in the book he made contact with a group of like minded people got them on his side encircled the criminal who seemed to be on the point of making off with his assets and forced him to capitulate Greece will probably get its loans but only when they ve pledged suitable collateral It was one of the toughest pieces of negotiation I ve ever seenThere s something beautiful and terrifying about that Protestant work ethic