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Knjigi kjer ni najmanjše zastranitve naleti bralec na nepozabne strani filmski prizori skupinske »večglave« množice jetnikov pod vodnim curkom tuša britje sramnih mest ki dela jetnike podobne psom klešče ki vlečejo okostja na kup drugih kosti podrobni opisi dela ki so ga opravljali zaporniki – bolničarji kar je bil tudi avtor; vislice za obešanje strategije in zvijače ki so ti rešile življenje tako da si obesil listek z drugim imenom na mezinec trupla delirij umirajočih; vedno.

nekropola book Nekropola KindleKnjigi kjer ni najmanjše zastranitve naleti bralec na nepozabne strani filmski prizori skupinske »večglave« množice jetnikov pod vodnim curkom tuša britje sramnih mest ki dela jetnike podobne psom klešče ki vlečejo okostja na kup drugih kosti podrobni opisi dela ki so ga opravljali zaporniki – bolničarji kar je bil tudi avtor; vislice za obešanje strategije in zvijače ki so ti rešile življenje tako da si obesil listek z drugim imenom na mezinec trupla delirij umirajočih; vedno.

[Download] ✤ Nekropola ➺ Boris Pahor – Pnoy.me Nekropola je mojstrsko delo če nam je dovoljeno uporabiti estetske sodbe za pričevanje o absolutnem zlu tudi zaradi svoje jasne kompozicije zaradi prepleta časa – glagolskega in življenjskega [Download] Nekropola Boris Pahor Pnoy.me Nekropola je mojstrsko delo če nam je dovoljeno uporabiti estetske sodbe za pričevanje o absolutnem zlu tudi zaradi svoje jasne kompozicije zaradi prepleta časa – glagolskega in življenjskega ? Nekropola je mojstrsko delo če nam je dovoljeno uporabiti estetske sodbe za pričevanje o absolutnem zlu tudi zaradi svoje jasne kompozicije zaradi prepleta časa – glagolskega in življenjskega – v katerem se dogaja pripovedV.

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Nekropola Kindle Ø Boris Pahor born August is a Slovene writer from Italy He is considered to be one of the most important living authors in the Slovene language and has been nominated for the Nobel prize for literature by the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts Pahor je bil rojen v Trstu leta Po dovršeni osnovni šoli je obiskoval katoliško Bogoslovno semenišče Koper takrat pod italijansko drža.

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  1. Greta G Greta G says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindleEnglish edition NecropolisA favorite The author is a Slovene novelist and lives in Trieste Italy He is 106 years old and still alive This makes him the oldest living survivor of a Nazi concentration camp I visited the Natzweiler Struthof ‘Nacht und Nebel’ Night and Fog concentration camp in France after reading the book That’s how impressed I was by his exuisitely written memoirAn English edition will be available on Kindle in February 2020 and


  2. Josh Caporale Josh Caporale says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola Kindle45 starsBoris Pahor is a Slovenian man When he was born Slovenia was part of Austria Hungary but it would eventually become Italian territory during the First World War By the Second World War Pahor was fighting for the Italians but would then join an alliance with his fellow Slovenians to revolt against Nazism which would eventually lead them to being arrested and placed in concentration camps This book explores Boris Pahor's experiences in the concentration camps Pahor is a Holocaust survivor one that feel


  3. Doug Wells Doug Wells says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindleI've always believed that we should learn from history so as not to repeat the horrors of our past Sometimes I find it important to read a book that completely immerses me in such insanity It is hard to give a book about the Holocaust five stars I certainly cannot say I liked it Necropolis is amazing haunting harrowing and thoroughly brilliantly human There are no good answers but there is so much to learn


  4. Marie Marie says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindleI think it's essential for someone to understand that this is not a work of fiction Sure Boris Pahor studied italian literature but this does not mean that what's exposed here with an amazing detail and with some literary attitude of sorts with the 20th century italian influence is any less real Boris Pahor is a survivor of one of the biggest horrors that humanity has seen the Nazi regime Fighting for Slovenian autonomy and opposed to both far right and far left systems his story is an encouraging testimony to remember Because above all things he remembers than just trying to write something appealing The importance of memory stands still to avoid mistakes and desires of vengeance to blind us enough to approve of such behavior again just because it comes disguised as justice It's very curious that I found about him on an interview of a


  5. Lorenzo Berardi Lorenzo Berardi says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindleThe first time I tried to read this book somehow I failed to get into it Then I waited for the right moment to come as I was sure Pahor had something to tell When that moment came months later I was glad I gave Nekropolis a second chance Do not expect a second Elie Wiesel or a second Primo Levi as this book gives a different perspective on a detention experience in a Nazi concentration camp Pahor was segregated in a small and not very known camp on the Alsatian mountains the kind of camp that is often not even cited on the accounts about racial and political extermination He was not a Jew and had the Italian citizenship but being Slovenian mother tongue he already suffered a first persecution in Trieste by local fascists trying to annihilate the non Italian community there Then as an Italian by his documents he was cons


  6. Doug Wells Doug Wells says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindlePahor's writing is is so deeply personal and amazing He puts words to the unfathomable in prose that is melodic dark passionate and painful


  7. Jessica Coleman Jessica Coleman says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindleI found this to be a very interesting read while horrifying at the same time Any book that follows a holocaust prisoner is horrifying The things they endured and saw I just can't believe that our history includes something so dark


  8. Melissa Melissa says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindleA Nazi concentration camp survivor returns only now the camp is a tourist attraction His thoughts shift back and forth between the crowds’ trite expressions of sympathy and the horrors in his memory — a memory that isolates him That sense of isolation pervades the narrative There is little heroism but rather men brought to a sub human state of desperation What remains is a lingering sense of guilt bewilderment and of evil in the human soul It’s a challenging read not just because of the subject matter but the concentration reuired to follow the sometimes dream like narrative style


  9. Lord Zion Lord Zion says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindleI found this a tough book to get intoFirstly the layout No chapters and paragraphs can last a page or even Personally I like cha


  10. SpaceBear SpaceBear says:

    Nekropola Kindle Ø nekropola book, Nekropola KindleAt times wandering written almost as a stream of consciousness as he discusses his memories from the Holocaust while revisiting the camp at a later time His perspective is uniue; since at the same time he is reliving his experiences he is also seeing tourists wandering around the place he was interred


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