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[Ebook] ➩ Katalin utca Author Magda Szabó – Pb-reisen-gewusst-wie.de From the award winning author of The Door comes Katalin Street first published in Hungarian in 1968 and translated into French German and Swedish This elegant English translation by Agnes Farkas SmithFrom the award winning author of The Door comes Katalin Street first published in Hunga.

Rian in 1968 and translated into French German and Swedish This elegant English transla.

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  1. Mary Mary says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca Kindle In everyone’s life there is only one person whose name can be cried out in the moment of deathKatalin Street is a strange little book It’s easy at first to succumb to sentiments of “This is not as good as The Door” or Iza’s Ballad for that matter which I happened to love even Admittedly the first 30 40 pages were a bit confusing as many reviewers said and I wasn’t immediately captivated as I anticipated I might be but the middle portion oh with Blanka’s exile and Henriette’s death suddenly my heart is in my throat and we’re in the thick of the dark


  2. Hugh Hugh says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca KindleThis is the third of the late Hungarian writer Magda Szabó's novels to be published in a translation by Len Rix The first two were both brilliantly memorable The Door was published in the UK in 2005 but took a lot longer to reach America and Iza's Ballad followed in 2015 This time round NYRB got there first a couple of years ago and this new Maclehose press edition has only just caught up NYRB also have a fourth Abigail in the pipeline so she is at last gaining the English speaking audience she so fully deserved Katalin Street has been published in a different English translation once before but that edition is now very hard to findThis book starts with the street in Budapest that gives it its title Three families live in neighbouring l


  3. Sara Sara says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca Kindle In everyone’s life there is only one person whose name can be cried out in the moment of death This is my first experience of Magda Szabo a Hungarian writer whose work is making its way into English translation one book at a time This was not the book I requested but it was the one the library gave me so I decided to just dig in and I’m pleased I didSzabo follows


  4. Jill Jill says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca KindleOne of the most beautiful books I have ever read


  5. Tony Tony says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca KindleI really loved the previous novels of Magda Szabó that have been translated into English The Door and Iza's Ballad But this third Katalin Street failed to move me I read it in ideal circumstances on a plane but found it clunky idea worn and not memorable


  6. Lisa Lieberman Lisa Lieberman says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca KindleBlighted lives Szabó mercilessly explores the inner trauma inflicted by decades of war and dictatorship on Hungary's middle class These are people who survived hardship Or did they? Memories of the dead seem vivid than the day to day reality of those still alive Willful blindness corrosive guilt childlike helplessness lying to oneself The cowards carry on whimpering the strong are cut off


  7. Paul Paul says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca KindleI found this novel disorientating at first I wasn't sure where we were who was narrating who was whom And of course this was exactly the effect Magda Szabó was striving to create Unreality disorientation these are at the heart of the troubled times the novelist describes and the interweaving lives of the characters she draws Taking in the Second World War the brutal rule of the Arrow Cross the coming of the Communists and the 1956 Uprising against their rule the narrative moves through these momentous and surreal events as they impact on the lives of three families living in adjacent houses in the titular street Perspectives shift Clever narrative devices are employed Much of the novel is also very moving The ghost of the murdered Jewish girl continues to haunt the reader after the book has ended And there's a terrible sense of ennui at work he


  8. Louise Louise says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca KindleThis book is confusing at first but the beautiful writing draws you in regardless and ultimately turns into a moving and very sad tale of lives lived and lost in war torn Europe


  9. Hannah Hannah says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca Kindle5 Stars Incredible incredible bookWow wow wow wow This book is so beautifully poignant I read it in one sitting even though I've technically been reading it for much longer Magda Szabó tells the story of 3 families who live next to one another on Katalin Street in Budapest Hungary She takes readers on a journey of friendship love war and heartbreak from 1934 to 1968 World War II turns their lives upside down and from that point on nothing is the same it can't be Now maybe you're asking me what differentiates this book from others in which WWII plays a pivotal role? Well Szabó's book is s


  10. Abbie | abreads Abbie | abreads says:

    Paperback ↠ Katalin utca ePUB ï katalin epub, utca ebok, Katalin utca Kindlegifted maclehosepressTranslated from the Hungarian by Len Rix Magda Szabó’s Katalin Street is the perfect example of historical fiction seen through an intensely personal lens We follow the lives of three families who are living through the 1944 German occupation Their lives are turned upside down when they’re then forced out of their homes into a cramped Soviet style apartmentAlthough the war and occupation are mentioned it’s very much a story of how the repercussions of it affected this small group of people I loved the tiny hint of magical realism as the families are literally haunted by the ghost of Henriette a Jewish girl wh


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