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Vainà kaputt : Guerra e prigionia in Russia (1942-1945) (1996)

by Gino Beraudi

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“Vainà kaputt è uno dei non frequenti casi in cui la memoria può diventare storia, aiutando a comprendere, nel loro intreccio, la complessità degli individui e quella delle collettività che essi formano.” E' un libro in cui dietro il racconto intenso e pacato delle intricate e avventurose vicissitudini dell'autore vi sono i grandi temi del XX secolo: la guerra e la pace, il totalitarismo e la libertà, i fascismi e i comunisci, gli stati e gli individui. Temi che il punto di vista della prigionia illumina e rende più chiari nelle sue caratteristiche come nelle sue connessioni, nella loro grandiosità come nella loro miseria. ( )
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