En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round. Front Cover. Judith Kerr. Alfaguara, – Spanish language materials – pages. : En la batalla de Inglaterra: BIBLIOTECA JUVENIL Salvat / Alfaguara, Barcelona Ligero desprendimiento en una esquina del lomo, muy buen. Results 1 – 8 of 8 En la Batalla de Inglaterra by Judith Kerr and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at
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It made my liking for Anna go down. Throughout it all there’s beneath the surface tension; where will the next bomb drop? And whatever happens, he just watches. I found this book to be more exciting than When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit as the events here occurred during the war.
It felt like a waste of time trying to read about the same character who still has her whiny, skittish, and neurotic demeanor. Aug 18, Pauline rated it it was amazing Shelves: The second volume in Kerr’s WW2 memoirs; Vol 1 was chopped off in mid-conversation on arrival in London. If you do not know Kerr’s work, her elegant, beautiful, and heartfelt work, then now is the time to become acquainted.
Out of the Hitler Time 3 books.
Kerr’s writing remains ineffable. That is the British understatement.
Anna’s brother Max is sent to an internment camp, to the extreme distress of Mama. This makes Anna both very nudith and very annoying to me.
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The war is on and she’s in the middle of tbe blitz – a German refugee. I think the class could get involved in some interesting exercises. Nov 24, L. It is hard enough being a teenager in London during the Blitz, finding yourself in love and wondering every night whether you will survive the bombs.
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The Other Way Round
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Not as light as Vol1 but still a fast, pleasant read.
Her and her family left Germany and moved to England in to escape Hitler. She subsequently became a naturalised Kerg citizen. Kerrr am still surprised that she came across no trace of anti-semitism, which I know from wider reading was evident among some of the British public; however, this is a book for younger readers, which may account for it. And it was a tough read for right now, because I couldn’t help but compare it to the political situation we’re in and wondering where it’s going to lead.
A very well-written book about a teenage girl growing up during World War II. Now Anna is in London. Honest to the times, to the place, and to human experience.
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A few years later I read When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit and it became instantly one of the iconic books which defines my childhood, read over and over and over again. I got this – man, I think it was two years ago now. Perhaps that was designed intentionally by the author as well.
Well, it is an OK book, with some interesting developments and not badly written.
Eighty years after Anna fled Germany it seems that in some ways nothing has changed. View all 4 comments.
En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round
Those bombs are coming from Germany — the country jdith was once her own. Her family is in extreme poverty, she leaves school, does a secretarial course, finds work. Brother Max feels English to the bone, but finds himself treated as a potentially dangerous German national, while Anna does all she can to avoid thinking about the war–hard to do in the middle of the Blitz, but she manages better than most.