The Immortal Bartfuss

The Immortal Bartfuss Set in contemporary Israel The Immortal Bartfuss is perhaps the most profound and powerful portrait of a Holocaust survivor ever drawn Using the techniques of omission and indirection perfected in su

  • Title: The Immortal Bartfuss
  • Author: Aharon Appelfeld
  • ISBN: 9780802133588
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Immortal Bartfuss

    Set in contemporary Israel, The Immortal Bartfuss is perhaps the most profound and powerful portrait of a Holocaust survivor ever drawn Using the techniques of omission and indirection perfected in such masterpieces as Badenheim 1939 and To the Land of the Cattails, Appelfeld tells the story of Bartfuss, enigmatically the immortal because of his experience in the camps.Set in contemporary Israel, The Immortal Bartfuss is perhaps the most profound and powerful portrait of a Holocaust survivor ever drawn Using the techniques of omission and indirection perfected in such masterpieces as Badenheim 1939 and To the Land of the Cattails, Appelfeld tells the story of Bartfuss, enigmatically the immortal because of his experience in the camps Now locked in a hopeless marriage, Bartfuss struggles to suppress the emotions and recollections he fears and despises, while trying to keep alive the poise, dignity, and compassion essential to a human being The Immortal Bartfuss is an overwhelming and unforgettable study of a man reduced to his tragic limits.

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    1. Jim

      The Holocaust survivor. Can’t be many left. After all it’s been over seventy years since the end of World War II. Soon all we will have will be books like this. Google the phrase "didn't talk about the war" and you’ll find loads of instances where people who’ve returned from fighting for what they believed (or were told) was right and you’ll find that few were in a rush to discuss their experiences with those they were fighting to protect or even, when they run into them, their fellow [...]

    2. Darcy Letourneau

      started out quite interesting, by midway thru I was wondering where it was going, thankfully it is a short book so didn't take long to finish. The ending left me wondering "huh?"

    3. Jon

      Brought about in me the same strange sensation as Appelfeld's For Every Sin: bored and confused early in the book, then my interest blossoms and the book abruptly ends.

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