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Самый красивый в XX столетии роман о любви…Самый увлекательный в XX столетии роман о дружбе…Самый трагический и пронзительный роман о человеческих отношениях за всю историю XX столетия....

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  • Adolgushin
    2018-11-19 22:06

    Краткое содержание любой книги Ремарка (и похоже Хэмингуэя тоже): Я проснулся и выпил немного рому. Рана жутко болела, поэтому я выписался из больницы и погулял по городу. Денег не было, поэтому я купил пальто и пошел в кафе "Интернациональ". Там я поел и выпил рому. Погода в горах была паршивая, так что я выпил рому и вспомнил как на войне снаряд убил Петруцци и Лебовского. "Чёртова война!" -- подумал я и сел на поезд, прихватив в дорогу бутылочку рому. Приехав, я снял комнату в отеле. "Чёрт, здесь нет рома!" -- сказал я себе, но вдруг за мной заехали мои друзья с бутылочкой рому. Мы отправились в старый добрый бар к Альфонсу. Альфонс прослезился и угостил ромом из своих запасов, а я подарил всем дамам цветов, после чего здорово напился рому. Я сел за руль и поехал к Кэтрин. У нее как раз были тяжелые роды, и она очень страдала. -- Милая, милая Кэтрин! -- сказал я и налил ей и себе рому. В стекла колотил дождь, и она умерла. Пришли санитарки, но я их выгнал и долго сидел у кровати. Утром я пошёл домой.

  • Vit Babenco
    2018-12-01 23:08

    Youth is an age of magic: you’re full of pep, zest, enthusiasm, hopes, friendship… love.She began to speak, but soon I no longer heard what she was saying. I heard only her voice, and as I sat there on the table in the dark hall, between the boar's head and the kitchen with the haricot beans, a door seemed to open and a wave of warmth and light came in, soothing and bright, full of dreams and desire and youth. I propped my feet against the table, I rested my head in my hand, I looked at the boar's head and the repulsive kitchen door, but I could not help myself – summer was all at once there; wind, sunset over the fields of corn, and the green light of the woodland path.Three Comrades comprises a little bit of sentimentality, a little bit of romance and a whole lot of despair – it is an authentic carrier of the zeitgeist of the Roaring Twenties…Only the unhappy man appreciates happiness. The happy man is a mannequin for the life-feeling. He displays it merely; he doesn't possess it. Light doesn't shine in the light; it shines in the dark.You try to survive and you fight for your love and happiness. But time doen’t stand sill and it doesn’t wait… It was a strange feeling. Time seemed to have ceased to flow – it was no longer a river that came from the darkness and passed out into darkness again – it was a lake in which life was noiselessly mirrored.When you’re young there is eternity lying before you… Then, suddenly, your eternity is taken away.

  • রিফাত সানজিদা
    2018-11-16 21:09

    প্রথম বিশ্বযুদ্ধের তিন পোড়খাওয়া সৈনিকের গল্প থ্রি কমরেডস। রবার্ট, গোটফ্রীড আর ওটো। ওদের সঙ্গী হিসেবে আছে আরো একজন-- কার্ল, দ্য রোড স্পুক। আপাতঃ লক্কড়ঝক্কর চেহারার তাগড়াই এক রেসিংকার। কার্লকে নিয়ে রাস্তায় রেস দিতে গিয়েই ওদের সঙ্গে পরিচয় হয় প্যাট্রিসিয়া হফম্যানের। তারপর?কখন, কীসের টানে মানুষ পায় যে বেঁচে থাকার মানে; ঝাপসা চোখে দেখা এইসব, সেইসব শহরে..প্যাটের মধ্যেই রবার্ট খুঁজে পেয়েছিল সেই বেঁচে থাকার মানে। স্বপ্ন দেখেছিলো এক আকাশের নিচে বাকি জীবনটা একসঙ্গে কাটানোর। কিন্তু এক উন্মত্ত বিধাতার তৈরি এক ধূসর- অন্তবিহীন আকাশ, মানুষের জীবন- মৃত্যু নিয়ে যিনি খেলা করেন নিজের মনোরঞ্জনের জন্য... তিনি কি সেটা হতে দেন?No truth can cure the sorrow we feel from losing a loved one.No truth, sincerity, strength, no kindness can cure that sorrow.All we can do is see it through to the end and learn something from it,but what we learn will be no help in facing the next sorrow that comes to us without warning...বলা হয়, সম্ভবত এটি লেখকের সবচেয়ে অনুভূতিময়, কোমল উপন্যাসের একটি। পড়েছিলাম সেবার চমৎকার বঙ্গানুবাদে, মাসুদ মাহমুদের করা। আমার পড়া তৃতীয় সেরা প্রেমের উপন্যাস থ্রি কমরেডস।

  • Luís C.
    2018-11-11 01:04

    What a beautiful love story! Described in the inter-war with, in the background, crisis and rising unemployment. Nazism announced back cover watermark appears only towards the end of the book.It is well written, it's fun and it holds up the whole time, and that's saying something since the three friends, comrades, are crazy about cars and keep a garage.A great discovery.

  • Jonfaith
    2018-12-11 00:59

    With blinded eyes I stared at the sky, this grey, endless sky of a crazy god, who made life and death for his amusement.I think my grandmother would've liked Three Comrades. She may have read it. She passed in 2003 and I often miss her. The ranks of my rogues gallery of family contained only one reader and Stella Short was that and certainly something else. I'd like to think she died with a book in her lap. Three Comrades is a melodrama about survivors of the Great War discovering the extent of their personal damage in the depressed cauldron of Germany in the late 1920s. This isn't an exploration of material poverty but one of irreparable moral damage. Spirit (Geist) died for these men. What is left but hard drinking and fast cars? There is always love. but such has a terminal cost on this stage. There is no great wrenching of ideas here but the affairs remain palpable, even visceral.I thought today about Sarah Churchwell and her book on Careless People in the Gatsby. Perhaps this reaction was global?

  • Omiana
    2018-12-05 01:43

    Очень яркий и проникновенный роман о любви. Действие разворачивается в Германии 30-х гг., со всеми ее "прелестями" в виде тяжелого экономического кризиса и всеобщего упадка настроений, дикой инфляции, растущей безработицы и общего ощущения какой-то безнадежности, когда будущее кажется абсолютно беспросветным. Хотя даже и в такой обстановке есть место для любви, но для любви соответствующей обстоятельствам – надрывной, искренней, отчаянной, находящейся на грани жизни и смерти.Читала книгу не отрываясь, полностью погрузившись в ее атмосферу. Герои здесь настолько яркие и живые, что воспринимаются как настоящие люди, за которых переживаешь, как за близких друзей. И оттого еще тяжелее концовка. Давно со мной не было такого, чтобы после прочтения не ком в горле стоял или слезы в глазах, нет, я просто ревела в голос. Очень уж сильные эмоции вызвал роман, так что не думаю, что когда-нибудь решусь его перечитать. Но один раз это сделать стоило.В общем, замечательная книга. О жизни. О смерти. О дружбе. О любви…9/10

  • Ilona
    2018-12-10 22:45

    "Es ist besser, zu sterben, wenn man noch leben möchte, als zu sterben und man möchte auch sterben." (it's better to die while you still want to live, than to die and want to die)The novel is called Three Comrades but there were actually 4 of them - Robert Lohkamp, Otto Köster, Gottfried Lenz and Patrice Hollmann whom they meet in the very beginning of the novel and who became an essential part of it. And there were also other people who weren't formally "comrades" but they could be called so because all they helped each other in this or that way. Ferdinand Grau, Fred, Gustav, Alfons... They all knew how hard the life can be sometimes and tried to help those for whom it was harder then for themselves. This is a novel about true friendship, when you can do anything for your friend.All the characters are memorable and very realistic that's why you get used to them quickly and immediately begin to feel involved in their life, you share their emotions and can't help smiling or becoming sad when they do so. I liked them all - Robby who is sometimes a bit childish and learns to love having met Pat, "the last romantic" Lenz, always so cheerful and optimistic, Otto, so calm and reserved but who can feel probably even deeper than all other characters, Pat, sometimes so elegant and charming, sometimes funny bu always very brave, kind-hearted Alfons, philosophical Ferdinand... And though in the end there are only two comrades of four you can't help thinking that this friendship will live forever.The language here is plain but very rich, I especially enjoyed the descriptions which were very colorful due to plenties of similes.This novel is not an easy one, especially the end, but still it is pleasant to read. I can't say that it's absolutely melancholic, but the time in which the characters live isn't too cheerful and of course it influenced the whole tone of the book. here you can see the real life of Germany of that time with all its problems - unemployment, poverty, people, who were broken down by the war both physically and morally, prostitution, political meetings which promise much and give nothing... But it has a kind of optimistic feeling about it too. There are characters who have lived through the war, but it hadn't broken their spirit, they want to live even more, want to have the time of their life. Their parties, dances, drinking and hilarity with all those problems in the background may seem insane, but on the other hand it was the only way to survive.I think the quote with which I began this review is the main idea of the book - you should live brightly, take as much as you can from your life up to the last day of it. And the main characters did so... It's okay if you haven't done everything you wanted during your life because it would take an eternity to complete everything. But if you haven't done anything because you were busy with pitying yourself... then did you live at all?

  • Deanna L
    2018-11-22 04:58

    Read this book twice and would read it over and over again. Definitely a staple in my library. I have the Russian edition, I am not sure how the english one reads but it is an absolutely amazing read that touches on so many topics so many of us can relate to.. the lost generation, the destruction brought about by the war and the dispersed populace living or scrambling to make a living in many countries. that shamed german diaspora that's not really german in a sense that they did not support nasizm, didn't stay and didn't fight but are still viewed as the common enemy by many other countries. basically, it is a generation lost without a home, they can't go back to where they came from and they will never be fully accepted where they currently live. The bonds formed out of loneliness and desperation are the strongest and yet, misery always lurkes right below the surface, whether that surface is a never ending party, glitzy and polished or as decrepid as the state of their finances or the prospects for their collective future ...

  • Maria
    2018-11-23 20:49

    Хорошая книга. Я с ней опоздала. Точно знаю в какой именно временной отрезок эта книга, если бы я ее прочитала именно тогда, стала бы любимой на долгие годы. Точно знаю на каких страницах я бы плакала. Знаю, кто стал бы любимым героем. Сейчас я читала ее, как патологоанатом делает вскрытие, бесстрастно препарируя- вот грустный момент, вот смешная шутка.Очень жаль, книга действительно хороша, а Ремарк отличный писатель. А я по видимому, плохой читатель :)

  • SAHAR
    2018-12-05 00:11

    وبكل بساطة انتهت !ثلاثة رفاق والرابعة انا هكذا كانت الرواية !إن لم تكن احد الرفاق اثناء قراءتها فأنت لم تقرأهاكارل كوستر لينس روبي وبات في الصفحة الاخيره تمنيت لو ان يدي تمسك بمئة صفحة اخرى لم اقرأها واصل اليها. الرواية تتحدث عن ثلاثة رفاق في احداث مابعد الحرب العالمية في المانيا ومعاناة الشباب في البطالة ومحاول كسب المال بشتى الطرق رواية عن الحب والصداقة والكفاح لكن بدون الم بنظرات ايجابية وضحكات ورومنسية كـ رومنسية لينس فيها.

  • Rizwan
    2018-12-04 22:51

    This novel is the 2nd Greatest book I've read, 2nd only to another Remarque classic, All Quiet On the Western Front. I like to think of myself as the full-blooded manliest man there is (its true), but I don't feel even an ounce of shame to admit that this is the very first time I cried while reading a book, and every time i re-read it (I almost memorized the whole novel after reading countless times), it never fails to bring a drop of tear on my eye. This is the BEST DAMN Romantic Story/Friend-circle Story of All-time, period. Anyone who doesn't like this book is just not human!

  • Gulbanu Bibicheva
    2018-11-25 01:10

    Книга неймовірно близька і зрозуміла. Вона про радість відчувати кожен день життя. Без далеких планиів на майбутнє, бо воно може ніколи й не відбутись.

  • Nevena
    2018-12-01 21:11

    Когато бях тийнейджърка, това беше един от моите три любими романа, заедно с "Цитаделата" на Кронин и "Вино от глухарчета". Интересно ми беше сега, след толкова години, как ще го възприема. Усещането ми беше като завръщане вкъщи. Да, страничният наблюдател вероятно би забелязал малко повече патетика в определени моменти, но аз не съм такъв. И друго ми дойде наум, като откритие: едва ли има друг писател, който толкова много да ми е повлиял. А последно го бях чела преди няколко десетилетия.

  • Tatiana Khaykina
    2018-11-21 04:09

    I've just read "The three comrades" and I would like to give a short review of this interesting book. Although, the events described in the novel are sometimes sorrowful and mournful, the book is easy to read. The author depicted the life of the people after the First World War, the action took place in Germany. I've read many books about war and I've already learnt that the time when the war has finished is also very hard and depressing for most people. If a person can't adjust to the new conditions his/her life becomes more than difficult, he/she has to struggle to survive. The past always affects the present and the future, that's why escaping reality can be really difficult. "The three comrades" is about the three best friends who tried to get free from the past but they couldn't - the terrible memories from the battlefield obsessed them. Nevertheless, the three characters tried to lead an honest life and help their acquaintances whose life was far from being carefree. I loved Robert, Otto and Gottfried as if they were my friends, even though, they seemed to drink too much. But does a reader has a right to judge those who had seen so many cruel deaths and murders during the war? Drinking was the way to escape the dark and despondent reality for them. I had a feeling as if I was there in all those restaurants and bars with the three comrades and I liked it a lot, though, I'm far from being a party animal. The three comrades could do anything for the sake of each other and it astonished me, because even now a true friend is a rare treasure and the gift of life but speaking about that dark time after the war it was even more precious and valuable. I also enjoyed the love line in the novel. I liked the fact that Robert and Pat didn't swear to love each other forever but they definitely did. Their love was simple, true and real. I was sad when I got to know that Pat was seriously ill and she reminded me Beth from "Little women" and "Good wives" because it was so unfair that such sweet angels had to die. Although, the three friends supported each other and found strength in love and friendship, the consequences of the war destroyed everything that had been dear to them. Pat was ill because she was always hungry during the war; Gottfried was killed because of his political views (although, the novel is not political and I'm glad I could read about the other side of the medal when speaking about war) and Otto lost the car repair service. When Gottfried died the atmosphere of the book changed and I felt that that was the end of the era of the best friends I've ever heard about. Even though Pat died and there were a lot of frightening ghastly deaths, the novel is steeped in life and it is about the vivacity, the desire to live and enjoy the life.In conclusion I'd like to say that "The three comrades" is the first novel by Erich Maria Remarque that I've read and I can't wait to start a new masterpiece by this author!

  • classic reverie
    2018-12-03 22:44

    A wonderful finish to Erich Maria Remarque's trilogy of "All Quiet on the Western Front". All three books deal with a different group of soldiers but the mention of some names present in the other books but not related to this story. The first two books are more closely dealing with the war and aftermath but "There Comrades" has a storyline less war related but more in line of the poverty all around Germany and these men making due. I had seen the 1938 movie years ago but not until I started to read this story, did I remember it completely. I thought Robert Taylor, Margaret Sullavan, Franchot Tone and Robert Young did a wonderful job but when I read this story I envisioned the characters differently. Sometimes when I read a book after watching the movie, I can see the actors as the characters but usually not. The author gives more to the inner workings of the person than the outer which makes them appear different in my mind. I saw Robert as a more worn man but good looking who lives life more subdued and leery; Robert Taylor is not the worn type. Patricia was more lively and gay ; Otto more substantial and stout soldier; whereas Gottfried is a jokester which Robert Young is not. I loved these men and their special friendship, actually the trilogy had many likable soldiers. Erich Maria Remarque as many who lived in hard times which the way he sees the world is mirrored in his stories and melancholy is very real. Loved this wonderfully tragic story. I hope to watch the movie again soon and add to this.IF YOU READ BELOW_ SPOILERS _ In comparing the 1938 movie In the beginning scene, it is the end of the war 1918. The soldiers are in a bar celebrating, Remarque had the soldiers coming home in worn uniforms but in the movie everyone looks pristine and healthy. This is more from "A Road Back" which is right before peace and after but Three Comrades is 1928 & on. Also there is more unrest politically started earlier then in the book which had crime up and poverty really quite a topic but that is not so evident in the movie. Gottfried was not into political meetings to the end of book and was more fun loving in the book. Patricia was quite a different in the movie serious but that is not evident until the end of the book. She was gay and lively. Otto in the movie had more confidences with Patricia but they were good friends in the book that is all. Erich was Bob in the book and had a much more confidences compared to the movie. They get married in the movie but not in the book. There are so many differences yet the same in a sense. All the people surrounding the comrades are either glossed over or not mentioned. I enjoyed the movie but it had such a different feel and the death scene was more powerful in the book. I loved the book immensely and the movie pales in comparison but worth the viewing. I stand by my previous statement that the cast was good but not how I see them in the book. Who does not see, Robert Taylor, Robert Young and Maragret Sullavan, and say NOW THAT WAS HOLLYWOOD! There are a few actors nowadays that are really good but still they pale in comparison. I did not mention Franchot Tone there only because every time I see him as great as any and much more than Gable. He has such a presence that outshines Taylor at times. I had forgotten he was married to Joan Crawford. I rented this movie from Amazon which included some interesting trivia."Prior to production, actress Margaret Sullavan declared that F.Scott Fitzgerald's dialogue was impossible to recite. As a result, producer Joseph L. Mankiewicz and screenwriter Edward E. Parameter Jr. rewrote most of the screenplay's dialogue.Joan Crawford and Luise Rainer were considered for Patricia.Robert Young replaced Spencer Tracy in the role of Gottfried Lenz.James Stewart was considered for the role.Producer Joseph L. Mankiewicz altered the film's plot to feature an anti-Nazi theme. Joseph I. Breen, the administrator appointed to enforce the Motion Picture Production Code in Hollywood, objected to this anti- Nazi theme. Breen insisted the German street thugs should be identified as Communist. When Mankiewicz threatened to quit the production, Breen relented."I did not see the Nazi presence or communist in the movie but protest and thugs nonetheless. I think I might watch the 1937 A Road Back, if I do I will report there.

  • Christina Stoyanova
    2018-11-26 22:06

    Ако можех, бих дала и 10. Истинска, тежка, разтърсваща. История за хора, които се опитват да намерят любовта и доброто в един грозен, брутален свят, който не прощава. Рядко книга ме запленява така от самото и начало. Книга за това да черпиш сила и вдъхновение от приятелството и любовта, за това как човешките емоции могат да ни отведат извън всякакви граници, които можем да си представим. От другата страна на фронта хората са точно като нас - борейки се до последен дъх да запазят честта и хуманността си. Ремарк ни показва как във всяко едно човешко същество има късче от душата, което никой никога не може да ти вземе, независимо от обстоятелствата.

  • Sara Ali Owaisheer
    2018-12-01 00:11

    ثلاثة رفاق من روائع الروايات المترجمة التي قرأتها .. عندما يكون غموض الكاتب دافعا لنا لإكمال القراءة واكتشاف الأبطال وكأننا نغوص في تفاصيلهم ..تعايشت مع الأبطال مواجع الموت و الفراق المؤلمة .. تلك المواقف التي نرقبها على أمل العودة ..والتضحيات من أجل الاحبة ..

  • Con Bé Ki
    2018-11-12 23:57

    Cuốn này đẹp và buồn. Có những chi tiết khiến mình lặng người đi, như khi Koster chạy như bay trên chiếc xe Karl trong đêm tối chỉ để mang cho bằng được ông bác sĩ đến khám cho... vợ của bạn; hay như khi anh quyết định trả thù cho cái chết vô tình của bạn mình - cái con người lãng mạn cuối cùng ấy; và cả việc bán đi chiếc xe yêu dấu... Cuốn sách tràn đầy tình yêu thương, tình đồng đội, tình yêu dấu... ấy đã khiến mình đọc miệt mài, đọc say sưa mà không muốn dừng lại.

  • Stella
    2018-11-24 23:08

    This book was recommended to me by one of my best guy friends, as his favourite book. It was my first novel from remarque, but since I have read amny, and this still remains my favourite. I don't understand why Arch of Triumph is the more praised or famous, when Three Comrades is so pure, maybe that isn't the word, the truths and facts of life he tells us about are gripping in his simple presentation.I love war novels, and this one is one of the best ones I have read, what I particularly love about is that while reading it I understood guys and how their minds/feelings/thoughts were/worked. An amazing novel about men and male friendship and loyalty. I think Remarque told a love story in its simplest, most poignant, overwhelming way in this novel. Not melodramatic as in Arch of Triumph, but you'll still get chills while reading it, his story, his words, his characters are so powerful because of his realistic and human descriptions.A novel that will change your life, you'll be more after reading it, I definitely recommend it!!

  • Dawn Breeze
    2018-11-11 00:03

    رحلة طويلة طويلة جدًا مع روبي و كوستر و لينس و باتالرواية تصف الأوضاع الاجتماعية و الاقتصادية في ألمانيا زمن ما بعد الحرب العالميةأسلوب الكاتب فيها ممتع و فيه الكثير من الفلسفة، لكنها مليئة بالتفاصيل الدقيقة جدًا، و عدد الشخصيات فيها مرعب.طريقة الكاتب في السرد مختلفة جدًا عن طريقته في ليلة لشبونة، حيث فيها الكثير من السخرية و النكات التي تجري على ألسنة الشخصيات خصوصًا لينس.النهاية كانت مزعجة جدًا، لم أتخيل أن يموت كل من لينس و باتو ماذا حل بألفونس و كوستر؟ فقد انقطعت قصتهماالتفاصيل و التشعبات كثيرة و لا تخدم النص، فقد وصلت لي صورة تلك الفترة و أنا في منتصف الرواية، فالأحداث الأخيرة لم تكن إلا إطالة و تمديد للعمل.نظرة المؤلف للحياة سوداوية، و أظنها ملائمة للفترة التي عاش فيهافي النهاية توقعتها أكثر تشويقًا، لكن أحداثها كانت رتيبة.

  • الخنساء
    2018-12-08 01:56

    انتهيت منها قبل فترة، وكل ما قررت الكتابة عنها أحتار ولا أجد شيئا لأكتبه، مراجعات الروايات صعبة وعسيرةالرواية تتحدث عن فترة مابعد الحرب العالمية الأولى، ألمانيا حينها مهزومة وتعاني من مشاكل عدة، والرواية تقدم جوانب إجتماعية وتغطية لأوضاع قطاع معين من الشعب الألماني خلال تلك الفترةفي الرواية شيء مختلف، يصعب التعبير عنه أو وصفه وتحديده، لكن بقرائتها يتضح ذلكأعجبني الكثير فيها: تأملات البطل، حواراته الداخلية، حديثه المتكرر عن الجبهة والقتال، الحب، المرض، الفقر، الجوع، السياسة الخ، شخصيات الأبطال عموما حيوية وجميلة، المرارة والهزيمة نقلت كما هي، الأفراح والحيوية كذلك، الأحداث منسجمة مع الشخصيات وانفعالاتهم بشكل ممتاز و واقعي.

  • Md. Faysal Alam Riyad
    2018-11-13 02:55

    ইহা একটি প্রেমের উপন্যাস।ইহা একটি দার্শনিক উপন্যাস।ইহা কয়েকজন বন্ধুর বন্ধুত্বের গল্প।ইহা একটি জীবন বাস্তবতার গল্প।ইহা প্রথম বিশ্বযুদ্ধের তিন সাহসী যুদ্ধার গল্প।সব কিছুকে হাতের নাগালের একটু বাইরে রাখা ভাল। কেননা নাগালের মধ্যে রাখলে ছুঁতে পারবে, আর ছুঁতে পারলেই সেটা নিজের করে নিতে চাইবে।আসলে পৃথিবীতে কোন কিছুই সম্পূর্ণ নিজের করে পাওয়া যায় না............

  • Elizabethbeth
    2018-11-16 05:00

    Определённо, мне понравился язык написания и те эмоции, которые пробуждает произведение. Нельзя также не заметить, что вся книга - сплошная цитата из сопливых пабликов, но это только огромный плюс Товарищей. О сюжете говорить сложно так как, насколько мне известно, все творения Ремарка и Хемингуэя можно описать как "Я выпил рому и встретил знакомого, а потом он умер и я решил выпить ещё рому". Только в данном случае прибавляется тематика любви, причём особенной любви, не той, которая с первого взгляда или о людях, имеющих длительную общую историю, не той любви, к которой все привыкли. Моменты с Пат были и забавными, и милыми, и по-настоящему душевными. В частности ближе к концу. Это было моё первое знакомство с данным автором, и точно могу сказать Триумфальной арке, чтобы ждала меня, но не слишком скоро. Не могу не заметить такую "пропаганду" Бакарди и рома, но читать об алкоголиках и циниках намного интереснее, чем о глупых, витающих в облаках девицах.

  • Bach Tran Quang
    2018-12-02 03:54

    Kiệt tác. Remarque viết về một nước Đức ảm đạm sau chiến tranh, nhưng đầy nồng ấm và chan chứa yêu thương giữa con người với con người. Ở đây là Ba người bạn, Lenz, Otto, Robby. Và tình yêu vĩ đại của Robby - nhân vật tôi và Pat. Tràn ngập các trang viết là những đoạn đối thoại làm say lòng người, những triết lý nhân sinh quan hết sức phong phú. Trong cái thời buổi tối tăm và khủng hoảng niềm tin ấy, vẫn có những tình bằng hữu sống chết có nhau, vẫn có những tình yêu đẹp đẽ như tuyết trắng. Người viết hay đã đành, người dịch tuyệt vời! Đau đớn và chân thực. Kiệt tác đầu tiên của năm mà tôi đc đọc. Tôi lại thấy tuổi trẻ của mình trg đó, trên những con đường, thoáng tiếng chiếc xe Karl....

  • Stacy
    2018-11-24 03:02

    There definitely are people who are fans of Remarque, but suppose that even they can admit the similarity of all his works. Just after getting presented to all characters it was quite clear what kind of the end the book will have. It is clearly Remarque's style, books you will find very interesting when you are a little bit depressed and maybe desperate yourself. As for me - for some time Remarque is closed theme for me, maybe after a while (at least some years) I will return to him to look on his writing style from different point of view, having different life experience. But not now.

  • Razan.
    2018-11-30 22:04

    في هذه الأيام التي قضيتها مع الرواية، تعرفت على رفاق جدد.. تعرفت على الجميلة بات، وقضيت معهم الليالي بالحانات.. شاركتهم جولاتهم مع كارل وعشت حياتهم.. ضحكت معهم وحزنت معهم.. تأملت معهم وتألمت، لقد كانوا رفاقًا رائعين.. من روبي حتى لينس ومن كوستر حتى بات ولا يمكنني نسيان العزيز جراو بفلسفته ونظرته للحياة.. لقد فقدت للتو رفاقي.. وإنه لمؤلم شعور الفراق.. الوداع!

  • Anna
    2018-11-16 22:09

    "Нежность, в которой растворялось желание"Эта книга ознаменовала мое знакомство с творчеством Ремарка. И скажу просто, до этого момента я действительно и не подозревала, что обычная книга может настолько тронуть, настолько зацепить и настолько вывернуть душу своим повествованием. Для меня "Три товарища" - это символ. Чистой любви и крепкой дружбы. Символ жизни.

  • Ieva
    2018-11-16 21:11

    Tiesiog gera literatūra. Apie draugystę, meilę, ištikimybę, pagarbą. Ir ypač apie tai, kad net juodžiausioje tuštumoje ir niūrumoje gali atrasti šviesą ir viltį.

  • Gr8grendel
    2018-12-11 22:43

    Sorry if this seems a bad review, but this is my first and it's been awhile since I have read this, but what a great book (which I look forward to reading again and again).I never thought that a drama would capture me in a book, but Remarque's word-smithing accomplished for a post war generation what Tolkien did for fantasy... beautifully long winded , poetic sweeps of literature peppered with humor and a sense of self and vitality and belonging.Expect Remarque's common technique in seeing characters past, revisited. It's amazing how he does so in a way that you wonder if they are even the same name you read from "All Quiet..." or "The Road Back". In a mere glimpse he either transcends or negates a Katczinsky or Valentin.This book took about 40 pages before it was hard to put down. After about 45 minutes (okay, i read sloooow) this book is nearly impossible to put down. Bob (antagonist) has adjusted alright from The Great War, working as a mechanic with Otto (?)Gottfreid for Ferdinand Lenz who owns a garage in post war Germany. Though times are rough throughout Germany the comrades make best of their situation fixing cars, gambling on races, screwing insurance companies and the like.However the heart of the story lies in Pat, the love interest to whom Gottfried takes a liking to, but it's Bob that carries the flame......................Spoiler.........................What a remarkable and melancholy ending! The companionship of Lenz and Bob throughout Pat's TB is the only uplifting event when you close this book. Tragedy is an understatement. I found myself believing Bob and Pat would move to Argentina living happily ever after during the last 20 pages... there was no way that she would die. Yet Remarque pulled our heartstrings and delivered a Shakespearean blow right in the end, "The morning came, and it was she no longer."A five star book.

  • Daniel Villines
    2018-11-26 23:02

    Great books of great length always seem to fulfill their destiny at the end. There is a journey to be had and a certain number of pages is required to complete the adventure. Sometimes that number is small and sometimes that number seems to be insurmountable, but at the end, if the book is great, that number seems perfect.Thee Comrades simply attempts to be too many things. It attempts to define a type of friendship that is forged out of horrific experiences, it attempts to describe the struggle for existence in a severely depressed Germany, it attempts to define the true nature of love, and it attempts to communicate the thrill of auto racing (yes, that too). It’s subtitle, A novel of Germany between the wars, appears to have been added after it’s original 1937 publication in an attempt to unify this cumbersome story, but in fact, the subtitle is deceiving.There are many things within Thee Comrades that allude to greatness, Remarque definitely knows about life and knows how to capture the deepness of it in words. Yet, it is his lack of focus on life that is lacking in Thee Comrades. Had this book been solely about two people and their short time together, this book would have been amazing.So, five stars for one theme and two stars for everything else.