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3.28 of 5 stars 3.28  ·  rating details  ·  286 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Приют Грез - гостеприимный дом художника в провинциальном немецком городке. Его обитатели - молодые люди, чьи души прекрасны и открыты, помыслы чисты, а сердца полны надежд. Впервые полюбив, они переживут расставание и измену, вновь возвратятся к любимым, а старый художник, покидая этот мир, завещает им свою любовь к жизни и искусству. Все они так далеки от реальной жизни ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published 2007 by Вагриус (first published 1920)
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Aurora Bakullati
I enjoyed it extremely! After reading "50 shades of shit" I needed something so elegant, idealistic and purely romantic like this to remind me what REAL literature is! Of course the other books of Remarque are masterpieces and this is nothing compared to them but we have to keep in mind that this is his first book ever! He started to write it when he was 16! This book tells us a lot about the young Remarque...The Dreamer... while the other books tell us about Remarque the survivor of both the tw ...more
If this was the first and only novel by Remarque that I've read, I would never consider picking another book by him again. There were some short moments in the book when I recognized Remarque's style and wit, but not so many. Relationships between characters seemed to be far-fetched, emotional responses to certain good or bad events consisted of nothing but theatrical pathos. The romantic plot lines seemed to pop up out of the blue. But the most repelling issue of all was the preachy attitude of ...more
Oct 07, 2010 Stacy rated it 2 of 5 stars
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As it was the first Remarque's novel, its style is almost unrecognizable. Really, almost the opposite of what you read in other his novel. But - also a lot weaker than his later works.
As Russian people say "Первый блин комом" but this way we have a chance to know Remarque as completely different author.
Erlich Lõwi
Noore Remarque’i anded püüaksid justkui paisu tagant valla pääseda ning, leidmata küll läbimurdeks õiget kohta, immitsevad tema esikromaanist kohati siiski läbi. Tõsi, mitmed karakterid ja olukorrad on teatraalsed, šabloonsed ja mõnikord isegi lapsikult naiivsed. Tegelased kogevad tundeid kui seisundeid, millesse sisse astutakse ja millest seejärel väljutakse, neid kogu olemusega tunnetamata, jäädes tugevate tundepuhangute vaheaegadel ükskõiksesse soikellu. Jääb puudu veenvusest, terviklikkusest ...more
Emil Fanache
An old fashioned book with an old fashioned sweetened linguistic palette. It is very difficult to empathize with such way of expression nowadays. Maybe at the time the book was written even the subject was rather new and it's art and poetry had a deeper meaning. At this point I find it to be a stereotype. I gave it two stars for the idea of a dream room, the preserving of inside poetry at it's roots, for characters passion and struggle. As old fashion as it is the feeling can not be unconvincing ...more
Anna Smereca
It was the first Remarque's novel and I have to read it. Did I like it? Yes, but it’ll never be one of my favourite. His stile became more fascinating, more touching and sensible later. Relationships between characters are too romantic (if I can say like this). But he wrote it when he was very-very young, he was just a boy, not a man.
Aliona Guliakevich
His first book written at the the age of 20...
Well, later he fortunately became a much more exquisite author;)
Do not start reading Remarque with this book, that is just to understand how his writer's style shaped.
Interesting as a comparison of the author before and after the war. In itself nothing special, the book feels as if it was written by a teenager (as it probably was).
Жизнь бесценна. У нее нет цены. Сделайте ударение на слове "цена".

-Чем я заслужила столько доброты? - Вам надо привыкнуть к тому, что некоторые вещи разумеются сами собой. Ведь мы же люди.

Прости его, Элизабет. Способность прощать - только это и есть в человеке от Бога.
Lala Memmedova
Әzizim, Remark. Mәni çox mәyus etdin, mәn әzab çәkmәk istәyirdim! Belә romantik zülm olar? Kim belә danışır axı? Nәdir bu sentimenal, pafoslu nitqlәr? Sәnin qәhrәmanlarına yazığım gәlmәk nәdir, acığım tutdu. :(
P.S. kitab arxa üzündә resenziyada spoiler verәn nәşriyyata da tәşәkkürümü bildirirәm.
Książka lekka i przyjemna. Przeczytałam ją bardzo szybko. Pojawiają się elementy z paru innych książek Remarque'a jak kobiety i ich wpływ na życie bohaterów (patrz => Three Comrades).
Liked it less than all other book by Erich Maria Remarque... And now I'm afraid to reread his books, maybe I won't like them so much as I did couple years ago.
Vasile Puscasu
O carte buna si calda, depre dragoste, vise, prietenii adevarate, tradare, pacat, tristete si nostalgie.
I was reading it in estonian language
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Erich Maria Remarque is one of the best known and most widely read authors of German literature in the twentieth century.

Remarque's biography is essentially marked and his writing fundamentally influenced by German history of the twentieth century: Childhood and youth in imperial Osnabrück, World War I, the Weimar Republic, and most of all his exile in Switzerland and the United States. With the
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