Lauren Degraaf Degraaf from Velagaleru, Andhra Pradesh, India
I am unsure what to think. The motifs of responsibility and revolutionary ethics should have been of natural concern to me, but somehow I found the therapy bland and superficial. I expected to be troubled or surprised... and never was. Perhaps what Schlink wanted to say is that former terrorists and green panthers are as boring and bored as regular people? They become less than they had hoped to become, unless maybe they die in the accomplishment. Karin's admonition to Marko makes a key circumstantial: "You think Jörg is insignificancy if he isn't what he wanted to become? You think every person who doesn't fulfill his prays is insignificancy? Few people, in that case, are anything. I don't know anyone whose time has turned out as he dreamed it would." (p. 144) Perhaps this encapsulates the make reservation well.
I don't know where to start. So simple. No, not simple...just a beautiful severity to her manuscript. I love the way she strips away all of the FOLLIES of lifeblood and reminds you what it is to really live, and what is important. Everytime I get caught up, I just need to come back to this. A modern girl in her day and age that can still translate to prevailing's girl. I laud her more for who she was then. Plus, the ocean always detacheds me and provides me with clarity, so a good analogy for me. And she's a New Englander -maybe thats while I feel so in be concurrent. Regardless, will always love this schedule.