Piepel

Piepel l protagonista e Moni un Piepel come erano chiamati i ragazzini che divenivano strumenti di piacere dei capi blocco Nella societ di Auschwitz mostruosa parodia di quella esistente fuori del campo c

  • Title: Piepel
  • Author: Ka-tzetnik 135633 Lidia Lax
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • l protagonista e Moni, un Piepel,come erano chiamati i ragazzini che divenivano strumenti di piacere dei capi blocco Nella societ di Auschwitz, mostruosa parodia di quella esistente fuori del campo, chi non ha una funzione spacciato In Piepel l orrore domina costante e ossessivo la fine atroce cui vanno incontro gli internati, mostra a quale grado di barbarie e abiezl protagonista e Moni, un Piepel,come erano chiamati i ragazzini che divenivano strumenti di piacere dei capi blocco Nella societ di Auschwitz, mostruosa parodia di quella esistente fuori del campo, chi non ha una funzione spacciato In Piepel l orrore domina costante e ossessivo la fine atroce cui vanno incontro gli internati, mostra a quale grado di barbarie e abiezione possa giungere una societ che abbia annullato ogni valore morale e civile

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    1. Mensonterend, rauwMoni probeert Auschwitz te overleven door zich als 'Piepel' (hoer) aan te bieden aan de Blockältesten van het doodskamp. Als 'Piepel' behoort hij tot de prominenten, hij is een prinshij zorgt voor de Blockälteste; hij regelt sigaretten, eten, doet de was, strijk, poetst zijn laarzen en deelt het bed met hemtdat de Blockälteste genoeg van hem heefthij is z'n leven dan niet meer zeker. Steeds voelt Moni dit moment aankomen en biedt zich aan, aan een andere BlockältesteDoor al [...]

    2. In this account of Ka-Tzetnik from the concentration camp of Auschwitz, the reader is left flabbergasted. Yehiel Feiner, the protagonist survives the horrors of hell, but his sufferings are never ending. In his new land there is another war waiting for him to be tested once more. There is so much pain in this book, and so many horrors, that it feels like fiction or like surrealism from another planet. But it is real and it is documented. Dinur’s escape from the jaws of death has to do with a d [...]

    3. Het verhaal Moni, gaat over een jongen die uit Polen komt en in Auschwitz terecht komt. Daar verkoopt hij zijn lichaam om bescherming te genieten van de blokoudsten. Zo komt hij enkele maanden door, maar zal het hem uiteindelijk niet helpen om te overleven. WaarderingEen ontroerend en hard verhaal, waarbij ik in sommige gevallen niet kan geloven dat het echt is gebeurd. Het is lastig om je in het geheel verplaatsen. Het boek is echter wel goed geschreven en het komt ook grauw over wat betreft de [...]

    4. Piepel. Una parola dall'origine e dalla pronuncia sconosciute, derivata da non si sa quale lingua. Ma che, in quell'inferno chiamato Auschwitz, purtroppo, era tristemente familiare quanto i termini "crematorio" e "camera a gas". I Piepel erano i ragazzini che i capi blocco del campo si sceglievano per soddisfare le loro perversioni sessualii mini gigolò pronti a scendere a tutto pur di sopravvivere, della merce di scambio su cui scaricare ripicche e vendette, dei giocattolini da coccolare finch [...]

    5. Well, it's never easy to talk about concentration camp literature Usually first person narratives of people who suffered the unimaginable, but the goal is to criticize their style not their life, so here I go.Boring, very boring. Sold as a scandalous, tell-all kind of book ("Moni was chosen by the block chiefs for their sexual orgies"), in fact it is the very sad story of an eleven year old boy who has only his body to trade in that Hell. The book describes the role of fellow prisoners as camp r [...]

    6. When I read ‘Piepel’ as a child, I did not realize that this book would help me much later in the future. Piepel struggles to survive owing to his talent to entertain the Nazis. It is a horrible story with atrocious accounts from hell. Death upon death, diseases, starvation, atrocities upon atrocities, murder upon murder, cannibalism, rape and deprivations, and there is no God to stop this madness. I cried a lot in this book. However, I have also learned that even in the most diabolical and [...]

    7. While the subject was interesting, the book was droll. From a technical standpoint, there is nothing to move the plot along and there were pages of describing the same things from a chapter ago. Boring book overall, and there was a bit of redundancy for each new arch which added to the overall monotony.

    8. This year for Holocaust remembrance day I decided to plug a hole in my education and read a Ka-Zetnik book.Very brutal. I didn't think such stories came out that early.Though this one does seem to coincide with the Eichman trial.

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