The Warsaw Anagrams



Warsaw, 1941 An Exhausted And Elderly Psychiatrist Named Erik Cohen Makes His Way Home To The Jewish Ghetto After Being Interned In A Nazi Labor Camp Yet Only One Visionary Man Heniek Corben Can See Him And Hear Him Heniek Soon Realizes That Cohen Has Become An Ibbur A Spirit But How And Why Has He Taken This Form As Cohen Recounts His Disturbing And Moving Story, Small But Telling Inconsistencies Appear In His Narrative Heniek Begins To Believe That Cohen Is Not The Secular Jew He Claims To Be, But May, In Fact, Be A Student Of Practical Kabbalah Of Magic Why Is He Lying And What Is The Importance Of The Anagrams He Creates For The Names Of His Friends And Relatives Heniek Traces His Suspicions And Comes To An Astonishing Conclusion One That Has Consequences For His Own Identity And Life, And Perhaps For The Reader S As Well.The Warsaw Anagrams

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  • Hardcover
  • 323 pages
  • The Warsaw Anagrams
  • Richard Zimler
  • English
  • 19 January 2018
  • 1590200888

10 thoughts on “The Warsaw Anagrams

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here No m nimo dos m nimos, Devemos aos nossos mortos o estatuto de pessoa nica Erik CohenO manuscrito verdadeiro de Os Anagramas de Vars via, de Erik Cohen, foi descoberto num apartamento em Vars via, devidamente escondido por baixo de umas t buas Pertencia a um sobrevivente do gueto judeu de Vars vi...

  2. says:

    I reproduce the note I sent to the author A few years ago I read The Last Kabbalist without knowing anything about you, only because I liked the subject matter kabbalists and Portugal I really enjoyed it, but nothing prepared me for the Warsaw Anagrams We may sometimes exaggerate in the flush of enthusiasm upon finishing a novel, but I am pretty confident I will not change mind about this this is one of the greatest novels I have ever read, an absolute masterpiece It is moving, funny, de I reproduce the note I ...

  3. says:

    The WWII seen by the eyes of a jewish psichyatrist exiled in the Warsaw guetto And a sad sight it is to be seen.Dr Erik Cohen goes to stay at the cramped appartment of his niece, at the guetto, when the Germans closed the wall to the people there He is not pleased, let alone has to share his bedroom with his grandnephew Adam, who is 9 years old and savy as can be and as all the children of the guetto were.Dr Cohens existence goes from trying to live in the poor conditions of the gueto, where The WWII seen by the eyes of a jewish psichyatrist exiled in the Warsaw guetto And a sad sight it is to be seen.Dr Erik Cohen goes to stay at the cramped appartment of his niece, at the guetto, when the Germans closed the wall to the people there He is not pleased, let alone has to share his bedroom with his grandnephew Adam, who is 9 years old and savy as can be and as all the children of the guetto were.Dr Cohen s existence goes from trying to live in the poor conditions of the gueto, where the lack of food, heating and humanity in generall knaws at him, but all this is relieved with his care of his grandson, that he takes care of, when his mother is at work.One day, Adam goes ...

  4. says:

    Although the narrative of this book is driven by the murder of one small boy, it is primarily a book about the Holocaust and the mass murder of millions Despite this, it is however an essentially optimistic book, as it is about the survival of the human spirit and the will to live set against the backdrop of the complete disintegration of basic human moral values the Nazi terror and their Final Solution.Erik is the narrator of the novel, yet he is already dead like virtually everyone else w Although the narrative of this book is driven by the murder of one small boy, it is primarily a book about the Holocaust and the mass murder of millions Despite this, it is however an essentially optimistic book, as it is about the survival of the human spirit and the will to live set against the backdrop of the complete disintegration of basic human moral values the Nazi terror and their Final Solution.Er...

  5. says:

    Penso que n o foi uma boa altura para o ler, n o saboreei como deveria queria Ou se calhar n o me estava a puxar em algumas partes, mas aqueles ltimos momentos foram bem saboreados Mas agora pergunto me como que posso saborear uma hist ria assim.

  6. says:

    Se querem certezas, ent o receio que tenham de ler uma hist ria sobre outro tempo e outro lugar E outros homens, e outras mulheres Em Vars via, em 1941, n o t nhamos nenhumas para vos dar Os acontecimentos narrados no livro Os Anagramas de Vars via t m como palco uma paisagem obscura manchada pelo nazismo Richard Zimler n o escreveu apenas um romance hist rico, mas sim um enredo poderoso, car...

  7. says:

    Muitooo melhor que os contos do mesmo autor que j li em tempos.O nico sen o deste livro que pode ser confuso em algumas partes, n o s por causa dos anagramas que d o t tulo ao livro, mas tamb m

  8. says:

    This book is Historical Fiction WWII set in Warsaw I loved the historical side of this It was a sad meandering of sorts, through life in the Jewish ghetto of Warsaw This book, however, focuses on the murders of some of their children and one elderly man tries to get to the bottom of the mystery This had a slow pace which fit the story The MC was well drawn and certainly had a weighty purpose I also liked the humor the author tied to the old man But I had questions while reading this that This book is Historical Fiction WWII set in Warsaw I loved the historical side of this It was a sad meandering of sorts, through life in...

  9. says:

    AMEI Mas como que o Richard mexe desta forma comigo COMO

  10. says:

    A mis ria e a precariedade sentidos naquele gueto s o palp veis O medo e a incerteza s o comuns, mas tamb m encontramos o amor e a esperan a, sentimentos que frequentemente testemunhamos ao logo da leitura.Para ler em

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