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Die Nacht von Lissabon
Die Nacht von Lissabon
Die Nacht von Lissabon
Hörbuch8 Stunden

Die Nacht von Lissabon

Geschrieben von Erich Maria Remarque

Erzählt von Patrick Twinem

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Über dieses Hörbuch

"Selbst dort, wo er zurückblickt, ist es die Gegenwart, die er anspricht." Wilhelm von Sternburg über Erich Maria Remarque.

"Die Nacht von Lissabon" ist Remarques ergreifendster Roman. Es ist die Geschichte vom Elend und von der Größe des Menschen im Krieg, eine Geschichte, die zeigt, dass es weder einen Preis für Menschlichkeit gibt noch einen Preis für Unmenschlichkeit. Es gibt nur Geschichten von Jammer und Elend, von Größe, Liebe und Leidenschaft. Der Roman ist ein Gleichnis der absurden menschlichen Situation im Machtbereich der Diktatur.

"Die Nacht von Lissabon ist eine unheimliche Geschichte. Sie ist so viel gleichzeitig. Zeitgeschichte, absurde, törichte, schwachsinnige Liebesgeschichte." (Peter Keglevic)
SpracheDeutsch
HerausgeberHierax Medien
Erscheinungsdatum12. Feb. 2021
ISBN9783863524906
Die Nacht von Lissabon
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Erich Maria Remarque

Erich Maria Remarque was born Erich Paul Remark on June 22, 1898. A writer from an early age, he was conscripted into the German army and fought with the 15th Reserve Infantry Regiment on the Western Front during World War I until he was injured by shell shrapnel and transported to an army hospital to recover. from his injuries. Following the war, Remarque published his first novels under his given name - The Dream Room (Die Traumbude) and Station at the Horizon (Station am Horizont) - before embarking on his most famous work, All Quiet on the Western Front (Im Westen nichts Neues). In publishing this last work, he changed his name, adding the middle name "Maria" to honor his mother and changing the spelling of his last name to reflect his French heritage and to distinguish himself from his earlier works. All Quiet on the Western Front became an international sensation and was translated into dozens of languages, catapulting Remarque into literary fame. The book essentially invented a new genre of writing, where veterans would write about their experiences in war, and Remarque - and after publishing his next book, The Road Back (Der Weg zurück), about the recovery from the war in Germany, used the immense proceeds from his books to buy a villa in Ronco, Switzerland. Remarque's life in Germany became imperiled with he rise of the Nazis and soon, his works were deemed "unpatriotic" and banned throughout Germany. After fleeing the country with his wife, his citizenship was revoked and the Nazi propaganda ministry began spreading lies about Remarque, including the falsehood that he had never served in World War I. Remarque eventually became a United States citizen. Remarque continued to write for the rest of his life, publishing such notable works as Spark of Life, Heaven Has No Favorites and The Night in Lisbon, but none would approach the success of All Quiet on the Western Front. Remarque died of heart failure at the age of 72 in Locarno, Switzerland on September 25, 1970.

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