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The Reader (2008)

THE READER (2008) - Post-WWII Germany: Nearly a decade after his affair with an older woman came to a mysterious end, law student Michael Berg re-encounters his former lover as she defends herself in a war-crime trial.

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The Reader by Bernhard Schlink. Wonderful writing; heartbreaking story. Becki's Book

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What Would Be The Perfect Age Gap Between You And Your Partner?

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"How far would you go to protect a secret?" "Unlock the mystery." "Behind the mystery lies a truth that will make you question everything you know." "One question remains...How wrong can you be?"

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The Reader. Another brilliant film I could not bring myself to watch again. Just too disturbing.

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A Swedish tourist opens a bookstore in Broken Wheel, Iowa, to honor her deceased pen pal and makes some unconventional choices that threaten to bring long-hidden secrets to light as she attempts to share her love of reading with the locals.

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The reader - Illustration print (size 8" x 6")

The reader - Little girl reading books with her furry orange friend - Illustration print (8x6) #etsy $20

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This, right here, is one of the most perfect things I have ever read. I know what i'm doing for my next assignment in English!

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Le lecteur (impression)

« Nous épouser la femme et acheter les livres avec lesquels nous voulons vivre » - andré maurois impression NUMERIQUE (dune aquarelle et gouache

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The story is a parable, dealing with the difficulties post-war German generations have had comprehending the Holocaust; aimed specifically at the German generation who came after WWII. The novel was featured in Oprah's Book Club in 1999) and made into a 2008 movie. It became the first German book to top The New York Times bestselling books list. It has been translated into 37 languages and included in the curricula of college-level courses in Holocaust literature.

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