The Reader est un film de Stephen Daldry avec Kate Winslet, Ralph Fiennes. Synopsis : Allemagne de l'Ouest, au lendemain de la Seconde Guerre mondiale.Un adolescent, Michael Berg, fait par hasard la connaissance de Hanna, une femm
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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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The Reader. Another brilliant film I could not bring myself to watch again. Just too disturbing.
Life Cycles - 4 new sight word books
These FREE emergent readers are perfect to use with your life cycle unit! They'll have your students reading about the life cycle of a butterfly, frog, pumpkin, and apple tree.
The #openingline of your #story is the most important you will write. It will determine whether the reader (or publisher) decides to keep reading or toss your book aside. http://inkandquills.com/2015/01/08/how-to-write-an-opening-line-that-will-hook-readers-and-a-publisher/
This is one of the most emotional and nostalgic pictures I've seen. It not only talks about the readers, but the characters too. This is awesome.
The reader - Little girl reading books with her furry orange friend
Grandmas Dreams — teachingliteracy: The Reader (by Gentle King)
A powerful and intense tale of secrets and a hidden past, The Reader is a thrilling book. As a 15-year-old boy in postwar Germany, Michael Berg had a passionate affair with a mysterious, guarded woman twice his age that ended suddenly when she disappeared. Years later, Michael sees her again -- when she is on trial for a terrible crime.