Anni d'infanzia: Un bambino nei lager

Anni d infanzia Un bambino nei lager Gevoelens en ervaringen van een Joodse kleuter die tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog met zijn ouders enkele jaren in een concentratiekamp doorbrengt

  • Title: Anni d'infanzia: Un bambino nei lager
  • Author: Jona Oberski
  • ISBN: 9788885943490
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gevoelens en ervaringen van een Joodse kleuter, die tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog met zijn ouders enkele jaren in een concentratiekamp doorbrengt.

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    1. This isn't quite historical, but an autobiographical novel. It details Oberski's experiences during the Holocaust from the viewpoint of a very young child. The chapters are short, and the view is confined to that of under ten year old. It is powerful and distrubing.


    2. 4 SterneDie Einfachheit und Unbedarftheit des Erzählstils nimmt der Geschichte nichts von ihrer emotionalen Wucht, eher im Gegenteil.


    3. The Second World War is a very interesting subject and i always want to know more about it. To see everything in a Childperspective is very interesting.The writer, Jona, is that little boy who survived. If you want to read something about the WOII, i recommend this!!


    4. Getuigenissen van naziconcentratiekampen zijn belangrijke kost voor iedereen. Art Spiegelman schreef Maus vanuit het perspectief van de zoon van een Auschwitz-overlevende. En Jona Oberski schrijft zijn eigen belevenissen als 7 a 8-jarig kind op, vanuit een kinderlijk perspectief. Hij diet het razend knap. De korte monochrome zinnetjes, waarin het onderwerp vrijwel steeds vooraan staat, worden staccato op je af gevuurd. Zij zei Ik zei Ik dacht Zij vroeg Het is wel bijzonder eenvoudig om te lezen. [...]


    5. In the canon of Holocaust literature, there is a vast litany of authors that one could choose from. From Primo Levy, Cynthia Ozick, Tadeusz Borowski, Imre Kertész and Eliz Wiesel to Isaac Bashevis Singer and W.G. Sebald and onward and onward, each of these authors and even those numerous others not mentioned, have a singular and powerful voice that offer a universal cry for those of the past and present whose cries went unheeded or were violently silenced. And sadly enough, Holocaust authors ar [...]


    6. The story recounted in Jona Oberski's novella is tragically familiar - during World War II, the life of a young Jewish couple and their 7-year old son is destroyed when they are taken from Amsterdam to the concentration camp of Bergen-Belsen. What sets this book apart from other Holocaust stories is the narrative voice, which is that of the little boy. The simplicity of the narration, brilliantly rendered in Ralph Manheim's translation, fuels the tragic irony of the text. It is very obvious that [...]


    7. When I first read the synopsis in the backcover, I thought I'm going to read a book as good as Elie Wiesel's Night. I was wrong.Kinderjaren was a story about a Jew kid, told in a first person point of view, who lived in Amsterdam with his parents. One day, they were taken by the mof, German's army in Dutch language, and sent to an internment camp.As we all can guess, bad things start to happen to little Jona. His father was severely ill, his mother was very depressed. Thank goodness there was a [...]


    8. Of course we are all done reading books about the Holocaust - but this one yet merits attention. It is the story, perhaps fictionalized, of a Dutch-Jewish boy interned in Bergen-Belsen from the ages of 4 through 7, written by himself as an adult. It reminded me not so much of the horrors of the Holocaust, perhaps because I don't need so much to be reminded of that, but rather of the unique stance of children in the world, their curiosity and playfulness, their selfishness, their need of us, and [...]


    9. It's a quick and simple to read account of a young child's experiences of the Second World War. I'm a little unsure if it's a fictional account of real life events or a genuine autobiography written as a child, nevertheless, it is a tidy and touching story. I am wondering if the book is more enjoyable if read in Dutch or if there is a more comprehensive translation out there? I felt that some of the lexical character may have been lost in translation, or maybe that was the authors intention all [...]



    10. De Tweede Wereldoorlog door de ogen van een kind. Het is vaker gedaan, maar mits goed uitgevoerd, werkt het goed omdat het zo mooi de waanzin en het onbegrip van alles weergeeft. En in deze novelle is het goed uitgevoerd. In korte zinnen en korte hoofdstukken beleef je in korte schetsen de oorlog zoals jonge kinderen die in kampen hebben meegemaakt, inclusief illegale zangbijeenkomsten, stiekem snoepen uit de pan en ook gewoon spelen met de andere kinderen. En helaas ook het overlijden van beide [...]


    11. miklatrailibri/20Pur ricordando ogni anno la tragedia che ha colpito il mondo con la lettura di testimonianze di chi ha effettivamente vissuto la shoah, purtroppo in questo piccolo volumetto non ho trovato il coinvolgimento che altre letture mi hanno dato.Il ricordo di un bambino traumatizzato dalle vicende dei campi di concentramento e dei soprusi che lì ha subito da parte dei ragazzini più grandi, è il centro di questo libricino che cerca di dare uno spazio anche ai bambini che hanno vissut [...]


    12. Indrukwekkend boekje over een kleuter die met zijn ouders in een concentratiekamp terecht komt. De schrijfwijze is erg goed gekozen, omdat de kleuter de verteller is. Het feit dat het boekje grotendeels autobiografisch is, maakt het alleen nog maar interessanter.


    13. I would have rated this higher if I had known that this is an autobiography. I didn't feel connected with the main character at all. it lacks emotion. like feeling save when hugging a parent


    14. Het zoveelste boek over de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Wel redelijk goed vanuit het perspectief van een klein kind geschreven.


    15. Childhood is a story told by five-year-old Jona. It's a fictional account of what happened during the Holocaust, only this time from a child's perspective. Jona, along with his mother and father are anxiously awaiting their chance to emigrate from Amsterdam to Palestine until one night when they are awakened, put on a train and eventually imprisoned at Bergen-Belsen. While there, Jona's father passes away and the child slowly begins to realize there are atrocities occurring all around that he do [...]


    16. Burattini e burattinaiMa non è Anne Frank, che il suo diario lo scrisse veramente da ragazzina.Occorsero più di trent'anni all'autore -anch'egli ebreo d'Olanda- per elaborare attraverso la scrittura quanto aveva vissuto.Libro solo apparentemente "bambinesco", carico di simboli e di messaggi.L'incipit:“Non spaventarti, va tutto bene, ci sono io con te”.La mano che si posava sulla mia guancia era quella di mia madre. Il suo volto era accanto al mio. Riuscivo appena a vederla. Lei sussurrava [...]


    17. Opsommerig geschreven en er wordt het gehele boek door gebruik genaakt van de indirecte reden, waar ik me gaandeweg aan begon te ergeren.Door de eenvoud van het boek is het beklemmend. Mooi.


    18. The blurb tells me that this slim book is a novel (a novella really, it’s only 137 pages long) but there is an awful veracity about it and it seems more like fragmented memories from real life.Jona Oberski (born 1938 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch writer. tell me that his parents fled Nazi Germany the year before he was born, but they were deported to Bergen-Belsen some time after the Netherlands were occupied in 1940. The child who narrates this story is about the same age as Oberski would have be [...]


    19. This review appears on RelleReads. Check it out for reviews, writing and more! Nope, kidding. Just those two.The most interesting thing after reading Childhood, is the point of view. Never have I read a book told from a seven-year-old boy's point of view. It made the book very interesting, it is also one of the few things I'd applaud the author for. You don't know anything more than the boy does, and everything is described how I would picture a child, picturing it. How difficult it must be to i [...]


    20. L’olandese Jona Oberski, classe ’38, ha vissuto sulla sua pelle l’esperienza del lager: era, allora, solo un bambino. E, dopo lunghi anni di analisi, ha ritrovato il bambino che lui è stato, il testimone di quell’atroce esperienza, e lo ha fatto parlare: infatti, nonostante Anni d’infanzia sia stato pubblicato nel 1978, trent’anni dopo l’esperienza vissuta, è comunque il bambino Jona che parla, non già l’adulto. Non è un caso che lo stesso Oberski abbia affermato che, prima d [...]


    21. This fictionalized account of the horrors that Jona Oberski faced during the Second World War as a little boy was of course sad and depressing to read about. It is writtwn in a way that you feel like a child is telling the story instead of a man talking about his childhood. If compared to Night by Elie Wiesel it doesn't compare but on its own its a compelling book. Even thpugh it is fiction its still about real events that Oberski went through as a young boy. Its horrible to think about and as a [...]


    22. It is difficult to write about Holocaust in such a way that the brutality of the reality does not put off the reader. Jona Oberski's method is to describe the events of the Second World War via the eyes of a child. The book is very easy to read, as the language is simple (a young boy does not understand everything what is going on around him), and it is composed of short chapters each presenting an important event. I cannot say I enjoyed reading it, because it is an account of real events, which [...]


    23. Buku ini sangat menarik, karena diceritakan dari sudut pandang 'Jona Oberski', anak berusia 8 tahun yang yg menceritakan kronologis kehidupan bersama orang tuanya di camp pada masa PD II. Segala peristiwa dan keadaan traumatis dimasa itu seolah tergambar dengan cara yang lugu, tanpa pretentius dari dunia Jona. Sungguh masa kanak-kanak yang tidak lazim. Buku ini sekilas mengingatkan saya akan film Life is Beautiful dari Roberto Benigni


    24. I read this book for school and though it was pretty good.The book is about a young Jewish boy in the Second World War.The writing is particularly nice because you get to follow the story from his point of view, and most of the time he doesn't understand why certain things happen and what he is (not) supposed to do.This is a nice edge, but sometimes there is a lack of excitement because of this. The boy is not scared enough.


    25. I took this out of UVic's library based on a recommendation by Juliet Sutcliffe on her review site: Slightly Bookist. The edition I read is the 1983 translation of a 1978 Dutch book by a man who survived incarceration as a child in a concentration camp. This is his story, told through a child's eyes. Reminiscent of Emma Donaghue's Room but different in that this child ages from 5 to 8 in the book and the narrative voice ages accordingly. At once devastating and hopeful.


    26. I write this review in dutch because i read this book in dutch. Mooi boek over de Tweede Wereldoorlog vanuit de ogen van een (destijds) 7 jarig joods jongetje. Geen zware verhalen en de continue dreiging zoals bij andere boeken, maar gezien het onderwerp zeer boeiend verteld zonder demoedig te worden.


    27. The author was interred in Bergen-Belson from ages four to eight. This is a fictional account of his experience. The author conveys the child's anxiety and fear through his prose. This is a small masterpiece.


    28. menurut gw kata pengantarnya pak lilie udah merangkum isi buku ini. fontnya yang kecil-kecil bikin sakit mata. entah kenapa gw ga bisa relate sama tokohnya. trus yang bikin shock itu pas ibunya ngunjungin ayahnya. hmm perlu disensor nih kalo dibacain buat anak-anak.


    29. Aku membaca terjemahan bahasa Indonesianya.Memoar yang berkisah tentang keadaan orang Yahudi selama Perang Dunia ke-2, terutama saat mereka berada dalam kamp. Dituturkan lewat kacamata Jona Oberski kecil, sehingga kisahnya bisa terasa begitu naif, polos, namun juga sangat gelap.


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