Eros

Eros Alexander von Br cken ist ein erfolgreicher Gesch ftsmann Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg wachsen seine Werke die schon unter seinem Vater und unter Adolf Hitler florierten zu alter Gr e Die Expansion zu

  • Title: Eros
  • Author: Helmut Krausser
  • ISBN: 9783832179885
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Alexander von Br cken ist ein erfolgreicher Gesch ftsmann Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg wachsen seine Werke, die schon unter seinem Vater und unter Adolf Hitler florierten, zu alter Gr e Die Expansion zur Zeit des Wirtschaftswunders macht von Br cken Spa Aber seine eigentliche Leidenschaft gilt etwas anderem einer Frau, die er kaum kannte Sofie ist ihr Name, dieAlexander von Br cken ist ein erfolgreicher Gesch ftsmann Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg wachsen seine Werke, die schon unter seinem Vater und unter Adolf Hitler florierten, zu alter Gr e Die Expansion zur Zeit des Wirtschaftswunders macht von Br cken Spa Aber seine eigentliche Leidenschaft gilt etwas anderem einer Frau, die er kaum kannte Sofie ist ihr Name, die Tochter eines Arbeiters und einer Arbeiterin, die fr her bei seinem nationalsozialistisch gesinnten Vater besch ftigt waren Von Sofie bekam Alexander als Heranwachsender seinen ersten Kuss, leidenschaftlich, anscheinend, jedenfalls wie von einer Erwachsenen, f r 50 Mark Mit dem Kuss wollte Sofie ihre armen Eltern unterst tzen F r von Br cken ist er der Beginn einer lebenslangen Obsession Nach dem Krieg macht von Br cken Sofie, die er nach einer Landverschickung aus den Augen verloren hatte, ausfindig Er holt sie mit einem Privatjet zu einem missgl ckten Tete a tete in seine Wohnung Er schickt ihr Aufpasser und Detektive nach Wuppertal und Berlin, die ihr Leben beobachten und sanft lenken sollen Am Ende seines eigenen Lebens holt er sich einen Autor ins Haus, der diese ebenso banale wie tragische, da keusche Amour fou in Worte kleiden soll Es ist der Ich Erz hler von Helmut Kraussers Roman Eros, ein ebenso flott wie brillant beschriebenes Buch ber eine Liebe, die es nicht gab und die man nur zu verstehen glaubt, weil sie in die blendenden, dabei niemals pathetischen Worte eines Schriftstellers gekleidet wird eines Schriftstellers zudem, der es gekonnt versteht, durch sein Spiel mit mehreren Erz hlebenen ironische Distanz zu erzielen Seit 1997 hat Krausser nach eigener Aussage an dem Stoff gearbeitet, die siebzehnte und letzte Fassung 2005 zum Druck gebracht Die Arbeit hat sich auf jeden Fall gelohnt Thomas K ster

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    1. This was likelid.Essentially, it's a "through the eyes" story of Germany in the latter half of the 20th century. An unnamed author is invited to a zillionaire's house to hear his final story and fictionalize it into a novel. Author does not follow the request, instead presenting the conversations "verbatim" (while fictionalizing parts derived from diaries), and peppering the narrative with his own thoughts. Not overly original, but generally well done.The story itself traces the life of Sofie, t [...]

    2. Last Christmas, Brent gave me a movie we both adored when we saw it in the theater: Once. We even have the soundtrack. After opening it I realized he did not know that I don’t watch movie more than once and I also don’t read books more than once. Unless, that is, I don’t understand what happened.I just finished reading Eros, by Helmut Krausser. The story is set in Germany, in fact the author lives in Berlin. (Reader thinks: Ah, Berlin, how I love thee….) As the name implies, the book is [...]

    3. What would you do if you could possess everything you wanted -- wealth, power, notoriety -- except the one true love of your life? This is the question that frames Helmut Krausser's novel "Eros," which details one Alexander von Brücken's pursuit of Sofie, a girl he meets in a World War II bomb shelter during a raid on Munich, where his father owns an armament factory. Such was Von Brücken's attraction to Sofie that he began to look forward to the attacks with lustful anticipation. "The war cam [...]

    4. This was pretty interesting. It is a twisted love story that takes place in Germany between WWII and the present. An old man summons a well-known author to his castle in Germany, tells him a (supposedly true) tale, and gives him a boatload of money to turn it into a novel. The caveat is that the author can release the book only after the old man's death.The story is that the old man, Alexander, has been in love with and obsessed by a woman, Sophie, for nearly his entire life. His obsession is un [...]

    5. A strange but compelling book - beginning during WW II in Germany where a young teenager - whose father is owner of local factory - takes shelter from bombs with the rest of the community; for some never really explained reason this very wealthy family does not have its own bomb shelter. Alexander has a crush/falls madly in love with Sofie who disappears/reappears/disappears, etc for his life for the rest of his life. The only meaning in A's life (despite making and giving away piles of money) i [...]

    6. For the better part of the book I thought it was just ok. I wasn't intrigued by the story or the main character's personality. The only thing that kept it interesting for me was the fact that this obsession, this love story unfolded itself in very interesting historical context (it starts during the II world war, and continues during the times of two Germanies). But the end of the book, especially the few last pages, well, it changed my opinion. This book is good. Not excellent, it did not chang [...]

    7. The background of this historical novel is pre-WWII Germany up until the 1980s. I think the events and politics are accurate but the story is pure fiction; or is it? A dying, wealthy man hires an author to listen to his story of unrequited love, survival from WWII and building wealth and power, which does him little good as he suffers from not being with the one he loves. Once the man dies, the author will be paid to publish his story as a work of fiction. I enjoyed reading this story.

    8. Amazing book about love, life, possession, control, and life in Germany during the time of 1970's terrorism.The main character one-sidedly falls in love with a girl during WW2 when they were young. He spends the rest of his life secretly tracking her, and providing hidden "help" (incl. actually saving here life) where he considers it appropriate.

    9. Zeer boeiend geschreven boek met op de achtergrond een interessant stuk Duitse geschiedenis. Een absolute aanrader.

    10. Good way to find out that Germany's history has more to offer than WWII. Helmut Krausser tells another excellent unusual love story

    11. I liked it a lot. A little odd in the beginning, but I read the last half in one go. He tells a good story.

    12. Sinister, odd, somewhere between "The Keep" and "The Lives of Others." Disappointingly quasi-meta ending, though.

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