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It's been out of print a long time. What you do find describes it as being about the rise and fall of the Nazi party. That is part of what it's about. It was published in and the author eventually found to his surprise that, to paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of the fall of the Nazis were premature.
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Feuchtwanger was imprisoned in France, first by the French because he was a German, and then by the Vichy government because he was wanted by It's hard to find anything written about this book. Feuchtwanger was imprisoned in France, first by the French because he was a German, and then by the Vichy government because he was wanted by the Nazis. It's sometimes hard to please anyone. He escaped with the aid of an American diplomat aided by Eleanor Roosevelt. That sounds like the idea for a pretty good novel.
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This story segues into an extremely thinly veiled, novelized version of the beer hall putsch of Success was published in , and at that point it appeared that the Nazi party was disappearing into insignificance. It wasn't until the Reichstag elections of September that the party polled a significant percentage of the vote. While the novel is a damning account of the early rise of the Nazi party, that doesn't appear to me to be the actual point of the story.
In my humble opinion though, what Success is really about can be summed up by the quote from its final pages, Now the voice was speaking of the Market of Justice Do not tell me that he is dead and his fate is finished with. The market still goes on, and you are all doomed to be its customers. Success is about injustice and the breakdown of law and order, which are two different things.
It is set in Bavaria in the early 's, but the story is more universal than that. Throughout the book, this single injustice is shrugged away as just one example in a society that doesn't appear to value justice since the end of the Great War WWI. But even when the putsch fails embarrassingly as did the real one and their leader Rupert Kutzner aka Adolf Hitler flees the field leaving his supporters to the guns of the Army, and it appears that the True Germans are being swept away from power temporarily as it turned out in real life , the injustice rolls on.
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Finally, the novel is also about how little anyone can actually do to help someone else when society turns its back on him. There is a great quote in this book. I can't honestly say that I was impressed by the actual prose.
It's hard to know whether the issues were with the writing or the translation, but it drags in parts and the characters flip emotionally with a speed that can give whiplash to a reader trying to keep up. There are also a lot of superfluous characters who don't have any real role in the story.
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Having said that though, I was never tempted to give up on it and the second half picked up a great deal from the first. It's worth getting ahold of a copy. It is an ambitious and important story. I'll certainly be looking for some of Feuchtwanger's other works. View 2 comments. Dec 12, Denise DeRocher added it. OMG - I accidentally stumbled onto a famous German author, which explains the exquisite poignancy of this outstanding read. Translated from the German, it is like no other type of genre I've read.
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Written during the s literally , the author brilliantly not only foresees the terror of the coming Socialist Party, but as well shows its fallacies, foibles, prejudices and outright insanity that this party attempts to force onto Bavarian politics, and unlike the author at the time this was OMG - I accidentally stumbled onto a famous German author, which explains the exquisite poignancy of this outstanding read.
Written during the s literally , the author brilliantly not only foresees the terror of the coming Socialist Party, but as well shows its fallacies, foibles, prejudices and outright insanity that this party attempts to force onto Bavarian politics, and unlike the author at the time this was written, the reader realizes how prescient this brilliant man was.
A fictionalized portrayal through the most banal yet amazing characters Oct 20, Lewis Weinstein rated it it was ok. Written in the style of another age. The sentences and paragraphs are a delight, but the weight of so many dense and meandering pages is more than I can handle at the moment, with so much else that I must read. Seine Freundin findet sich damit nicht ab und versucht, Begnadigung zu erreichen. Feuchtwanger treibt sein ironisches Spiel mit denjenigen Figuren, deren Eigenarten und Fehler er kritisieren will, wobei immer auch ein Schuss Wohlwollen zu erkennen ist.
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Feuchtwanger erreicht dieses bunte Spiel mit seinem scharfen Blick und mit seiner scharfen Sprache, mit der er den Nagel immer auf den Kopf trifft. Ich habe die Kapitel geradezu verschlungen, auch weil sie mitunter ziemlich witzig sind beispielsweise die Beschreibung eines Auftritts von Balthasar Hierl alias Karl Valentin , und war am Ende fast traurig, dass der Roman nicht weitergeht, bei dem nicht nur die Kenner und Liebhaber der bayerischen Lebensart voll auf ihre Kosten kommen.
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