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Doctor of Stalingrad by Heinz G. Konsalik
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Doctor of Stalingrad (1956)

by Heinz G. Konsalik

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Konsalik nos habla de las circunstancias en que se vivía en un campo de trabajo ruso después de la II Guerra Mundial, y toca también ligeramente la situación en los campos de castigo rusos. Los protagonistas, unos médicos alemanes y sus guardianes rusos, evolucionan desde el odio más encarnizado hasta un entendimiento humano y conmovedor. En algunos casos incluso al amor; por parte de los alemanes un amor condicionado por la soledad y la separación de los suyos que les arrojan en brazos de las fogosas, celosas hasta matar y morir, casi salvajes oficiales rusas; por parte de éstas un amor rabioso que no comienza con la piedad sino al contrario, ésta viene después del enamoramiento, que se produjo por admiración, por el contraste de estos hombres con los suyos.
  kika66 | Dec 14, 2010 |
La toile de fond de ce livre est fournie par l'immense camp de prisonniers de guerre de Stalingrad.
Voici le médecin du camp, le Dr Bohler, à qui une intervention chirurgicale a valu une renommée fabuleuse dans tous les camps
de prisonniers depuis Odessa jusqu'à Astrakan. II s'agit d'une trépanation qu'il a pratiquée à la lueur d'une lampe à pétrole, dans une chaumière de paysans russes, avec comme seuls instruments un vilebrequin, un marteau de serrurier, et le vieux couteau de poche d'un territorial.
Grâce à cette opération il sauve son ami le médecin-chef von Sellnov qui s'est pris d'une passion dévorante pour la doctoresse russe du camp, Kasalinskaja, ruelle et tendre, inhumaine et sensible. ( )
  vdb | Aug 13, 2010 |
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