The Oppermanns : A Novel
by Lion Feuchtwanger, Ruth Gruber
Editor: Avalon Publishing Group
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First published in 1934, but to imagine the future of Germany in the following years, La Oppermanns tells the convincing story of a remarkable German Jew family faced with Hitler’s rise to powerCompared to works by Voltaire and Zola on his original publication, this prescience novel strives to awaken an often unsuspecting, sometimes politically naive, or deliberately blind world for the consequences of his attitude to national events–in this case, the rise of Nazism in Germany in the 1930sThe past and future of the Oppermanns saga, for three generations of a commercially well established family in BerlinIn assimilated citizens like them, the emancipated Jew in Germany became a factIn a Berlin inhabited by troops in brown shirts, however, the Oppermanns have more to fear than a stranger of discomfortFor along with swastikas and fascists salutes come discrimination, deceit, treason, and tragedy as the story has proved to be all the more true as this novel is amazing, deeply moving tale
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