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De tweeling (Dutch Edition) - Kindle edition by Tessa de Loo. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like. De Tweeling [Tessa de Loo] on ppti.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. USED: Very Good Condition Language: Dutch. Twee bejaarde vrouwen, een Nederlandse en een Duitse, ontmoeten elkaar bij toeval in het Thermaal Instituut van het fameuze kuuroord Spa. Ze herkennen in.
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Please verify that you are not a robot. Would you also like to submit a review for this item? You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. De olijke tweeling is verliefd Author: Marion van de Coolwijk ; Beatrice van de Poel Publisher: Rubinstein ; Leidschendam: The story of twins who got seperated as young children and who meet at an older age gives an interesting starting point.
One of the twins stayed in Germany and lived there during the war, finding herself at the losing side afterwards. The other twin was raised in the Netherlands and helped with hiding jews, still hat The book is enjoyable and historically correct in general. The other twin was raised in the Netherlands and helped with hiding jews, still hating Germans. The central elements in the novel are: To answer this question twins are interesting study objects b what was the life of normal women like during WWII, both in Germany as in the Netherlands.
Attention is given to the suffering, also of the Germans. What annoyed me was the superiority the Dutch twin sometimes let slip through, as she was on the good side.
It is a good read, esp. It has been a few years since I read a Dutch novel, mostly because the Dutch literature that I grew up with, the "modern" literature anyway, was invariably dour and repressed, or intentionally vulgar and shallow with the occasionaly mix of both.
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Yes, there have been exceptions but those have been too few and too far between. This novel, however, is very much one of the exceptions. On the surface, it deals with the story of two twin sisters that are orphaned, get separated, with one remaining i It has been a few years since I read a Dutch novel, mostly because the Dutch literature that I grew up with, the "modern" literature anyway, was invariably dour and repressed, or intentionally vulgar and shallow with the occasionaly mix of both.
On the surface, it deals with the story of two twin sisters that are orphaned, get separated, with one remaining in Germany and the other being moved to distant relatives in the Netherlands.
Due to political differences between the foster families, the sisters lose touch, until they bump into each other at Spa in Belgium when they are old ladies. The story develops as the two sisters tell their stories, inevitably focussing on their lives shortly before and during World War 2. These stories don't just show how different the two protagonists are, but more importantly at a deeper level the stories reflect the different attitudes of "the Germans" and "the Dutch" vis-a-vis each other.
Even today, Dutch people are raised on histories of that period of time that speaks in terms of them and us, the Bad Germans vs the Good Dutch, and this novel shows there is a lot more to this.
This novel is not just for Dutchmen living in Germany; it's for everybody that wants to read a story about how real people dealt with those unreal times, and may help provide a little insight into how inter-personal relations should never be pre-judged by historical generalities.
Available in English and German too. En dan heb je ook nog een literatuurlijst die je moet vullen. Ik had de film al verschillende keren gezien zowel thuis als op school en daarom moest ik meteen aan dit boek denken. Bovendien had ik al veel positieve verhalen over De Tweeling van Tessa de Loo gelezen.
Twee vrouwen, die zussen blijken te zijn, ontmoeten zich voor het eerst in vijftig jaar weer in het Belgische kuuroord Spa. Toen ze klein waren zijn ze uitelkaar gehaald en Lotte kwam bij socialistische Nederlanders, Anna kwam terecht in een primitief boerendorpje.
Dit allemaal aan het eind van de jaren 20 van de vorige eeuw. Zoals te verwachten valt, groeien zij totaal anders op, en beleven zij de tweede wereld oorlog helemaal anders. In Spa nu vertellen zij elkaar hun levensverhaal en de keuzes die zij maakten. Het boek is inderdaad indrukwekkend, al waren er geen grote verrassingen, aangezien ik de film al gezien had.
Het boek is beter dan de film in mijn ogen, al is het absoluut geen slechte verfilming. De schrijfstijl is mooi, alleen had het tempo van het verhaal voor mij af en toe iets hoger mogen liggen waarschijnlijk omdat het meestal hoger ligt , maar dat was geen groot probleem verder. Het verhaal wordt goed uitgewerkt, en in mijn ogen is er genoeg ruimte voor het verhaal van de zussen. De verschillen worden goed neergelegd, en het is ook weer eens een kijkje in het leven van 'normale' Duitsers tijdens de WOII.
Het klopt, dit zou een van die boeken moeten zijn die je gelezen moet hebben. Sep 13, Nancy Dandridge rated it it was amazing. I vacationed in The Netherlands a few years ago. We were dining in a restaurant on Liberation Day and the locals actually soluted us. I was astounded. This wonderfully written novel underscores the animosity between the Dutch and the Germans by telling the story of fraternal twins separated at the age of 5.
One then grows up in Germany and the other in the Netherlands. They meet nearly 70 years later and relay I vacationed in The Netherlands a few years ago. They meet nearly 70 years later and relay the story of each other's lives, particularly during the war.
The underlying question is how the citizens of Germany could allow the holocaust to happen. The book does not dwell on the plights of the Jewish people but rather the differences of viewpoints between everyday citizens. It kept me engaged throughout and only dragged a bit when the German sister tells of her long march.
I had tears in my eyes as I finished the last page. This book definitely deserves a wider U. Aug 11, Gail rated it it was amazing. One of the best books I've ever read.
It will stay with me for a long time. The author is Dutch and few of her books have been translated but I ordered what I could find. This one is about German-born twins separated at 6 years because of the death of both parents. One is taken by her German relatives and the other is taken by her Dutch relatives. They experienced very different wars. They meet again in their 70s at Spa in Belgium and relate their life stories to each other.
You can sympathize w One of the best books I've ever read. You can sympathize with both. I enjoyed this book very much. It was very interesting reading about the different lifestyles of two twin sisters during WWII who were separated at age six.
They went to live with relatives - one sister in Germany and the other sister in Holland. I found this book to be a gripping emotional read and I would recommend it for those who are interested in historical fiction. Tot tranen geroerd. Interessant opzet maar ik vond de raamvertelling doorzichtig, puur functioneel uitgevoerd en daardoor uiterst oninteressant. De historische stukken waren meeslepender.
I was compelled at the plot of this book, two twin sisters who are separated at age 6 and live through WW2 on opposing sides.
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As the two young girls were orphaned, they were each sent to different relatives, Anna was sent to a Catholic family in Germany whereas Lotte lived with communist relatives in the Netherlands. In old age the sister randomly encounter each other and begin to tell their stories. She just descr I was compelled at the plot of this book, two twin sisters who are separated at age 6 and live through WW2 on opposing sides.
She just describes life in Germany in the time leading up to and during world war 2, how could the Nazis rise to the power and how did it affect those believing what they would achieve.
Even though this book was written 20 years ago, it still feels current today with alt-right sweeping the world and the people who refuse to learn from history. They are in a way just normal people and we cannot break them by telling them they are evil. Anna marries a future SS-officer and makes her way as women did during wartime, by nursing wounded soldiers. The plot, I really enjoyed. But the way of getting there was hard. The language was very heavy and felt unnatural.
I could only read this book in small pieces because the language kept dragging me down. I also found it odd that they meet after many decades and the first thing they go into is world war 2, which happened 40 years prior to the events of the book. That lands this book at a rating of 3. The young characters and plot pull the grade up, the old characters and the language pulls it down.
Separated twins are an extremely fascinating research object for scientists because they are ideal to illustrate the "nature versus nurture" debate: According to the first view separated twins would live more or less the same lifes; whilst the second school insists the different contexts cultures lead to very different lives.
Judging from this book Tessa De Loo seems rather to adhere to the second sc Separated twins are an extremely fascinating research object for scientists because they are ideal to illustrate the "nature versus nurture" debate: Judging from this book Tessa De Loo seems rather to adhere to the second school: Lotte and Anna, separated when they were 6 years old, definitively lived very different lives, until they found each other again, 70 years later in the Belgian health resort of Spa.
Especially the war turns out to have driven a wedge between them. De Loo extensively recounts how Anna, who stayed behind in Germany, underwent the Nazi regime, married a soldier who eventually became an SS-man, and after the war underwent the harsh years of the reconstruction.
Lotte was raised by a family member in the Netherlands, saved Jews from the hands of Nazis and developed an outright hatred for all things German. Fascinating, of course.
But I don't think that the De Loo intentionally focussed on an experiment around separated twins. That is my impression, since especially Anna can tell her story in full and articulate how ordinary Germans came to rally around Adolf Hitler, how they just tried to live their own lives and overcome the war events and finally also trying to make the best of their lives after the disastrous defeat.
To my knowledge De Loo is the first author to give such explicit attention to the German "suffering", long before the wave of scientific studies on the impact of the Allied bombings of German cities.
You can feel free to call this a justifiable correction of the unilateral and simplistic story of the justified fight against absolute evil. But for my taste De Loo falls short the other way round: Anna and especially her SS- husband Martin are pictured as truly "good" Germans, who are just trying to do well, saints almost; and that is just as simplistic and romanticizing.
In that sense, the novel is a bit disappointing. But all in all, an interesting and readable story. View all 3 comments. That is until they meet at a spa in Belgium over 50 years later.
Naturally this gives the twins a chance to catch up on what has happened during their separation and each has a unique story. Lotte went off to live in the Netherlands , which was a supposedly neutral country during the war, although the Jewish persecution takes place. Despite the fact that her lover is arrested and killed in Auschwitz, Lotte herself leads a comfortable life with few restrictions and her family smuggle Jews into their house.
However she is angry at Germany for the loss of her boyfriend and lack of freedom. Anna, on the other hand stays in Germany and goes through many disappointments.
Her foster family treat her badly. Although she has suffered she makes it clear that not all Germans were cruel heartless killing machines as history tells us.
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