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Storm of Steel is full of savagery, physical suffering, squalor, and an ultimate sense of frustration. They bore names that were sometimes humorous, sometimes defiant, and sometimes affectionate, and they were camouflaged with paint; but they were all in a pitiable plight. A century later, it’s still read because it’s gripping, so clearly describes the storms and stresses of battle and the times of quiet in-between, and it does so without much theorizing or hand-wringing or editorializing about humanity.
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Storm of Steel by Ernst Jünger
View all 8 comments. I doubt Ernst would have had much patience with me. He delights in daredevil acts, charging the enemy, tempwstades his troops, and appreciating details of life in the rear. If I’d known, I would have researched it before reading.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Several times I murmured a phrase of Ariosto’s: Storm of Steel may not be a Futurist manifesto, but neither is it a rueful anti-war meditation, with the Western Front as a stereotyped literary inferno where Europe is dying and no one is right.
When intellectuals conspire to undermine vulgar democracy in favour of a refined dream, it might seem unfair to condemn them for failing to foresee the subsequent nightmare. Published shortly after the war’s end, ‘Storm of Steel’ was a worldwide bestseller and can now be rediscovered through Michael Hofmann’s brilliant new translation. I’m sure his colleagues and underlings were somewhat chagrined to find Junger did not mind calling them by name, as in the case of this unfortunate fellow: By comparison his writing is highly stylized, like a Byzantine mosaic or Homeric verse.
Tempestades de acero
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Needless to say, the mission objectives remained unfulfilled. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Yet in spite of the years of bloodshed that could easily have destroyed or dehumanized him, he never lost the simple joys of smoking his pipe or discovering tins of jam in a British dugout. Over the course of the book, he is awarded increasingly impressive medals for bravery: To begin with, Storm of Steel was published ina good temppestades years before most people had recovered enough to write their memoirs.
Eyes and ears are tensed to the maximum, the rustling approach of strange feet in the tall grass in an unutterably menacing thing. View all 11 comments.
His entire enlistment was in France. One shell after another came yowling down out of the sky and showered the field ahead of us in a fountain of shards and sparks on impact.
It all happened so abruptly, I had to laugh. Sam It’s rated high for lots of reasons, but your question seems to be really asking “why is this book rated temestades high even though it appears to glorify …more It’s rated high for lots of reasons, but your question seems to be really asking “why is this book rated so high even though it appears to glorify war?
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The consensus of posterity regarding this war is that it was bloody, tragic, and ultimately inconclusive—the exemplar of a brutal, pointless war. I chewed my pipe and tried to talk myself into feeling brave View all 17 comments. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
The hypocrisy and lying in war regarding the write-up of an action: The extreme circumstances of war roused in the soldiers an equally extreme dedication to an ideal beyond themselves, the ability to yield themselves completely to their Fatherland; and he thought that future generations would look on the soldiers much as saints: It glorifies war to such an extent that it was even used as a medium for propaganda during the Third Reich by the Nazis.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. This is an uplifting ending – again, how strange for a WWI novel!