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Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM By Göran Rosenberg

Om v gen till Auschwitz r ett helvete lika f r alla r varje v g fr n Auschwitz ett mirakel f r sig V gen fr n Auschwitz tar sig de mest skiftande banor och bryter av mot de mest of ruts gbara m l och genomkorsar de mest ov ntade platser De som befinner sig p v gen fr n Auschwitz r alla undantag, p samma s tt som varje v g fr n Auschwitz r ett undantag Om sin far Om v gen till Auschwitz r ett helvete lika f r alla r varje v g fr n Auschwitz ett mirakel f r sig V gen fr n Auschwitz tar sig de mest skiftande banor och bryter av mot de mest of ruts gbara m l och genomkorsar de mest ov ntade platser De som befinner sig p v gen fr n Auschwitz r alla undantag, p samma s tt som varje v g fr n Auschwitz r ett undantag Om sin fars v g fr n Auschwitz till den lilla staden med den stora lastbilsfabriken har G ran Rosenberg skrivit en djupt personlig barndomsmemoar om Platsen d r ett litet barn s tter sina f rsta ord p v rlden och g r den till sin, som ocks r Platsen d r en ung man stiger av t get en tidig augustikv ll 1947 f r att b rja v rlden p nytt, som ocks blir Platsen d r efterkrigstidens ljusa horisonter alltf r snart f rm rkas av skuggorna fr n d , Auschwitz, Ravensbr ck och W bbelin.
  • Title: Ett kort uppehåll på vägen från Auschwitz
  • Author: Göran Rosenberg
  • ISBN: 9789100126278
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Hardcover

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Dianne Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
I read “A Brief Stop on the Road From Auschwitz” immediately following “The Nightingale” by Kristin Hannah, so I thought I was prepared for another story about the horrors of World War II. This book, though……it is incredibly powerful. When I read the last three sentences, the little hairs stood up on the back of my neck. I had goosebumps all over my body. I was transformed. I did not see the end of this book coming, but I should have. I should have.This book is a memoir; a son recons [...]
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Cindy Knoke Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
So incredibly brilliant, it defies description. You should read it.
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Linda Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
”A short stop on the road from Auschwitz”, in English.Rosenberg claims that there are many stories about how people ended up in the concentration camps, all more or less resembling each other. There are less stories about the way out, and every way out is a unique story. What happens when confronted with the real world again? What thoughts and emotions are going to form the new life? And what happens when the bridge to the past is being forgotten by the world?Rosenberg's parents survived the [...]
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Pete daPixie Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
I am not going to claim any wide knowledge of books written on the subject of the Jewish holocaust and the horrors perpetrated by the Nazi machine during WWII, but I should imagine that Goran Rosenberg's 'A Brief Stop On The Road From Auschwitz' is a unique work in this genre.First published in Sweden in 2012 and translated into English two years later, here is a tragic family memoir that affirms that there was nothing final about the final solution, but that for many of the survivors and their [...]
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Pamela Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
This is a haunting exploration of the Auschwitz legacy — how it crushes long after the gas chambers are shut down. In "A Brief Stop on the Road From Auschwitz," Swedish author Goran Rosenberg masterfully retraces the struggle of his father to rebuild a completely shattered life after surviving Nazi slave labor and death camps, including the infamous Auschwitz. Goran Rosenberg has wrought, from the second-generation perspective, a book that overwhelms.This book has a power that is reminiscent o [...]
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Joseph Sverker Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Ett kort uppehåll på vägen från Auschwitz kan mycket väl vara unik då den på många sätt, förstås, visar på det hemska med Auschwitz, men den visar på hur en traumatisk upplevelse gnager och skaver inne i en människa för att till slut förstöra dennes liv. Rosenberg visar hur Auschwitz kan vara plågande likt tortyr, men också hur förintelsen är en cancer som kan ta år och decennier innan den dödar en människa inifrån, även om nu orsaken till döden var extern.Rosenberg f [...]
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Minty McBunny Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
I very nearly stopped reading this, the narrative voice was very awkward and distracted a great deal from the story. I pressed on only due to my interest in the subject matter. Sadly, the author's attempt to distance himself from the (very personal) story of his father's post-Auschwitz life and to tell the story from a purely objective standpoint made his story so dispassionate that it was nearly impossible for me to care or invest any of my own emotions into what I think could have been a power [...]
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Anders Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Jag blir alltid så känslomässigt berörd av allt som rör förintelsen. Och jag fasar när jag tänker på vad vi människor är kapabla At utsätta varandra för. Göran Rosenberg har fångat så mycket i sin bok att jag kommer att återvända till den igen, och jag rekommenderar ALLA att läsa den. Tänk också på att någonstans pågår alltid dess hemskheter fortfarande! Reagera!!
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Michele Weiner Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
A look at Auschwitz survivors from the vantage point of their child. I often find it difficult to adjust to the cadence of books by foreign authors, and this one started out pretty muddled for me, but it settled down finally and told the story. It is written by the son of two fortunate Auschwitz survivors. They had been forced by the Nazis into a ghetto in Lodz, Poland. There they lived under Nazi rule, with a Jewish mayor who bargained with the Nazis to spare lives, but who ultimately had no ch [...]
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Axel Wilson Nydén Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
A very weak 3 stars. Mycket svag treaSom jag redan konstaterat är facklitteratur svårrecenserad. Det här är en slags biografi över Rosenbergs far (och mor) som båda överlevde Auschwitz II (Birkenau), och deras osannolika historia. Boken är läsvärd som ett dokument över Förintelsen, som aldrig får glömmas. Men Rosenbergs skrivteknik är förvillande. Boken är skriven i andra person – du-form – riktad mot Rosenbergs far, David. Ett ovanligt och svårmanövrerat grepp, men här l [...]
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Tricia Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
I won this book as a First Reads Give-away. Goran Rosenberg beautifully and poignantly wrote of his mother's and father's journey from Auschwitz. While some of the story showed their journey to the Nazi concentration camp and their lives, as well as other lives, in Auschwitz, Mr. Rosenberg took us on an expedition through the seldom told recovery of life after Auschwitz. Goran himself is a legacy of life after such extreme death and depravity. His parents triumphed by the mere fact that they mov [...]
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Carra Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
No words can describe how touched I was by this loving memoir of a father, a survival of the horrors of Auschwitz trying to build a new life in Sweden, haunted by "the shadows" (as Rosenberg calls it) of his past. But how to build a future when there is literally no past (home, family, history) left to call your own to build upon? "I believe that homelessness is an underestimated hell for people like you. Homelessness and the confusion of languages. One is linked to the other. Being at home is t [...]
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Svandis Falkelund Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Jag gillade denna bok, den visar hur samhället inte var redo att ta emot utlänningar.Och känslan att börja ett nytt liv i ett nytt land, med inget nätverk, hemska upplevelser i bagaget och själva överlevnaden ger inte den själsliga näringen i längden. Något som man kan glömma när man tänker på krigsoffer. Alla människor har drömmar och vill uppnå något. Även krigsoffer.Saknade dock kritiken på svenskt samhälle/politiken. Men denna bok bör läsas som en roman. En bra sådan [...]
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John Hatley Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
This is a tragic, sad, beautiful book. As soon as it is available in English, German or another language accessible to my non-Swedish-speaking friends, I highly recommend that you read it. My Swedish-speaking friends can read it now! The title in English, roughly (my translation) "A brief stop on the way from Auschwitz".
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Aninha Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Bijzonder indrukwekkend boek, vooral ook door de stijl. Het spel met woorden door overheden is akelig: vluchtelingen, transmigranten, repatrianten, ontheemden of statelozen. Uiteindelijk kan zijn vader de stap van overleven naar voortleven niet zetten.
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Jane Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
I have to admit I found this very difficult. In my opinion, it was turgid and ultimately frustrating. I lost interest in what was likely a compelling story because of my flagging energy to discover wherever it was the author was going. Not fair to rate it, as I could not finish it.
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Marta Ávila Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
This book is a rather unique work in this genre - however it failed to keep my interest as the story rambles on and jumps from subject to subject, more often than not becoming very not emotional, even almost technical at times, considering the topic it covers.
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Daniel Westman Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
The author takes on the role as a detective and follows in his father's footsteps from Auschwitz to a Swedish idyll using a thorough research that reveals a dark history. Very touching and gripping.
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The Jewish Book Council Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Review by Michael N. Dobkowski for the Jewish Book Council.
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Sandy Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Goran Rosenberg takes you on his father's journey from the ghetto in Lodz to Auschwitz to the slave factories and finally to his "brief stop" in Sweden. It isn't until the final pages that I understand that this memoir is Mr. Rosenberg's endeavor to understand his father's life as a Survivor."You haven't fled, you haven't migrated, so you're not refugees or immigrants." "There is no ready made category for you." In a sense you are "ship wrecked".Many things stand out for me in this book. In the [...]
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Okidoki Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Jag citerar Mikael van Reis i Svd: " denna energiskt spårsökande och noggrant sammanfogade bok som är som hybriden av roman och resa, barndomsskildring och kärleksberättelse - och som framför allt är en sorgesam undersökning." - Vad än Augustjuryn påstår så är detta sakprosa och inte skönlitteratur. Berättelsen är frustrerande i sin sammansättning och ofullkomlighet och just detta bidrar till att författarens sorg blir så tydlig utan att direkt uttalas. Jag läste bara börja [...]
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Lisa Frankel Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
"d no one yet knows that whole family trees can be chopped down and whole worlds liquidated." I'm not sure how I feel about this book. I've never read a book about the Holocaust that goes into the aftermath for the survivors, and that was eye opening. So many numbers were thrown out in this book, almost nonchalantly, and I had to go back and reread them to let them really sink in. His journey was incredible and sad. That being said, I don't like how the story was narrated. It skipped around a lo [...]
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Lilian Nattel Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Such a sad story, sometimes I had to put it down but immediately picked it back up because the writing was enthralling. An unusual style for a memoir, it worked because of the enormity of the subject: the author's father and his trajectory to and from Auschwitz. In particular, the writing resonated with me because my parents are also holocaust survivors.
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David Bluhm Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Gazing off towards the horizon, on the road from Auschwitz, what can one possibly see? What is the destination when all that was, and is, is now but an ashen shroud? These are the questions that the Swedish journalist, Goran Rosenberg, attempts to answer in his poignant book, recently translated into English and released in the US. The book is billed as a memoir of a child trying to understand his reticent father's journey from Lodz to Auschwitz to Sweden, but it is also a journalistic investiga [...]
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Colleen Mertens Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
This is a well written memoir. As you start it, the book seems disjointed but you realize the writing style matches the life. Goran tells the story of his father's attempt to rebuild his life after surviving Nazi Germany's Jewish ghettos and concentration camps. He tells how his family grows in some ways but the limits they face in others. It's interesting to see how the author relates to his father and his attempts to trace the path his father traveled in his life. The book is sober and covers [...]
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Daria Mielcarz Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
If I could give this book a 10 I would
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Sofie Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
En fantastisk uppväxtskildring. Rosenberg skriver om sin far och drivs av viljan att förstå sin bortgångne far och dennes väg från Łódź, via förintelselägren, till Södertälje. Mycket läsvärd.
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Charlie Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Beautifully written, agonisingly poignant, utterly crushing. The true story of a struggle of a man, written by his son, to return to a normal life after the brutality of Auschwitz and Lodz.
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Paul Heetebrij Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
Aangrijpend. Vooral de afscheidsbrief aan het eind grijpt aan. Het onrecht hield na '45 niet op.
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Thelastwordreview Sep 19, 2020 - 05:52 AM
As the name of the title suggests A Brief Stop on the Road from Auschwitz for so many Jews entering the infamous Nazi death camp there would be no road leading away the gas chambers, it would only be that death would be waiting for them when they entered the gates of Auschwitz.Rosenberg the son of two Polish Jews that survived the hell that was Auschwitz and here is a deeply moving account written as a memoir of David his father and this is his story of survival and his road from Auschwitz and t [...]
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Ett kort uppehåll på vägen från Auschwitz By Göran Rosenberg Om v gen till Auschwitz r ett helvete lika f r alla r varje v g fr n Auschwitz ett mirakel f r sig V gen fr n Auschwitz tar sig de mest skiftande banor och bryter av mot de mest of ruts gbara m l och genomkorsar de mest ov ntade platser De som befinner sig p v gen fr n Auschwitz r alla undantag, p samma s tt som varje v g fr n Auschwitz r ett undantag Om sin far Om v gen till Auschwitz r ett helvete lika f r alla r varje v g fr n Auschwitz ett mirakel f r sig V gen fr n Auschwitz tar sig de mest skiftande banor och bryter av mot de mest of ruts gbara m l och genomkorsar de mest ov ntade platser De som befinner sig p v gen fr n Auschwitz r alla undantag, p samma s tt som varje v g fr n Auschwitz r ett undantag Om sin fars v g fr n Auschwitz till den lilla staden med den stora lastbilsfabriken har G ran Rosenberg skrivit en djupt personlig barndomsmemoar om Platsen d r ett litet barn s tter sina f rsta ord p v rlden och g r den till sin, som ocks r Platsen d r en ung man stiger av t get en tidig augustikv ll 1947 f r att b rja v rlden p nytt, som ocks blir Platsen d r efterkrigstidens ljusa horisonter alltf r snart f rm rkas av skuggorna fr n d , Auschwitz, Ravensbr ck och W bbelin.

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