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Der 35. Mai oder Konrad reitet in die Südsee

Der Mai oder Konrad reitet in die S dsee Donnerstags besucht Konrad immer seinen Onkel den Apotheker Ringelhuth Dann gibt es nur verr cktes Zeug zum Mittagessen Kochschinken mit Sahne Fleischsalat mit Himbeersaft oder gar Kirschkuchen mit

  • Title: Der 35. Mai oder Konrad reitet in die Südsee
  • Author: Erich Kästner Horst Lemke
  • ISBN: 9783791530161
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Donnerstags besucht Konrad immer seinen Onkel, den Apotheker Ringelhuth Dann gibt es nur verr cktes Zeug zum Mittagessen Kochschinken mit Sahne, Fleischsalat mit Himbeersaft oder gar Kirschkuchen mit englischem Senf Wenn den beiden davon nicht schlecht geworden ist, turnen sie ber die M bel und springen vom B cherschrank, bis M hlbergs Kronleuchter von der Decke f llt.Donnerstags besucht Konrad immer seinen Onkel, den Apotheker Ringelhuth Dann gibt es nur verr cktes Zeug zum Mittagessen Kochschinken mit Sahne, Fleischsalat mit Himbeersaft oder gar Kirschkuchen mit englischem Senf Wenn den beiden davon nicht schlecht geworden ist, turnen sie ber die M bel und springen vom B cherschrank, bis M hlbergs Kronleuchter von der Decke f llt Am Donnerstag, den 35 Mai ist alles ein wenig anders Schon auf der Stra e werden Onkel und Neffe von dem rollschuhlaufenden Zirkuspferd Negro Kaballo angesprochen Ein ausgesucht h fliches Tier Da Konrad als Hausaufgabe f r phantasielose Kinder einen Aufsatz ber die S dsee schreiben muss, bietet es sich nat rlich an, einen kleinen Ausritt dorthin zu unternehmen Und was Onkel Ringelhuth und Konrad an diesem Nachmittag erleben, das kann wirklich nur an einem 35 Mai passieren.

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    1. This book by Erich Kästner, a left-wing, pacifist author writing in 1931 Germany, is compared by many reviewers to Carroll's Alice in Wonderland; to me, it came across as more like the first half of Vian's L'écume des jours, a manic surrealist dream that's just about to turn into a nightmare. Konrad, his amiably mad uncle Ringelhuth and the rollerskating circus horse Negro Caballo go through the magic wardrobe and end up in a series of bizarre worlds: a tropical island where the inhabitants ar [...]

    2. Very funny, highly absurd, I didn't know this as a child, but I would have loved it.I liked the last part best, when they finally meet the girl called Petersilie (and discover the whale in the forest), it's really fun and I just love this typical Kästner language immensely. The way they talk is just too funny.(I seem to have read way too much Kästner - and later on too much Tucholsky and watched too much Loriot - because when I talk (German), people tend not to "get" me, I'm using absurd words [...]

    3. Детска книжка, прескачаща границите на абсурда и носеща доста добри послания, заради които не би било възможно издаването и днес.Автора соли много сериозно дебелаците и мардите. Има и негри човекоядци, тъпи родители, говорещи коне на кънки, както и едно момиченце на черни и [...]

    4. This is the oldest book that I own, it's a Dutch translation and it's not dated so I'm not really sure about how old it is.I got this book from my great-grandmother and I remember reading this over and over again when I was a kid.

    5. A cute, funny, classical kids book.I read this because we're going to be performing this with our theater group.

    6. the kids still love it but as an adult it feels outdated and with boring political jokes. not worth returning to

    7. This book is one of my favourite children´s book. And actually I still enjoy reading it today, everytime I visit my grandma I have a glance at it and it still is amusing.It is about a boy called Konrad and his uncle who looks after him every thursday (not sure about the day) and they always have a lot of fun, because the uncle doesn´t have any wife or kids himself. This time, it is the 35th of May, which is strange from the start, because that date is impossibled Konrad has to write about the [...]

    8. Der 35. Mai is a day where crazy things happen - especially to Konrad and his uncle Mr. Ringelhuth. On this day they meet a horse (Negro Kaballo) who talks and comes with them through Ringelhuth's cupboard into a place where everything seems to be the opposite from everything they know and to the Southsea. There were interesting things mentioned in here like the "land of plenty" or the 'wrong world'.It is an adventuros and funny story. Recommended to intelligent readers because of some of the co [...]

    9. One of the books I loved as a child. It differs from most other books by Kästner I've read (The Emil stories, The flying classroom) - a bizarre, funny story. Maybe books like this (and the works of Michael Ende of course) were the reason for me to pick up fantasy literature as a teen.

    10. About an imaginary trip to the South Seas, there isn't the same kind of character development in this book that there is in other Erich Kaestner novels. But the last two sentences are back in character and absolutely lovely.

    11. I loved this book so much as a kid, rereading it I wasn't very impressed - it is very short and very juvenile. But it is also very imaginative.A short read - takes about an hour to finish the whole book. Great for children.

    12. One of his boring books. Which is odd considering it's packed with weird happenings, maybe something about his tone that didn't agree with me. 2.5 stars

    13. Read it in Hebrew. Loved it as a child. Erich Kästner was a great writer. It's a shame his works aren't widely available in English.

    14. Bought this as an English translation from a library book sale (it was the library's version) in the late 70s and always loved the whimsical tale of how Konrad foiled the thieves.

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