Jatka č. 5

Jatka č. 5

Jedno z nejoriginálnějších protiválečných literárních děl všech dob vypráví příběh mladého Američana s německými kořeny, který se za druhé světové války dostal do německého zajetí a přežil fatální bombardování Drážďan, aby se v pozdějším věku dožil situace, kdy přestne být vázán současností a dokáže se přesouvat v čase, což mu není až tak moc platné, neboť ho unesou mimozemšťané a vystaví ho ve své zoo jako exponát člověka dvacátého století.

Title:Jatka č. 5
Edition Language:Czech
ISBN:9788025700044
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    Jatka č. 5 Reviews

  • Simeon

    There are some terrible reviews of SH5 floating around Goodreads, but one particularly awful sentiment is that Slaughterhouse-Five isn't anti-war.This is usually based on the following quote. "It had ...

  • Stephanie *Extremely Stable Genius*

    I miss Kurt Vonnegut.He hasn't been gone all that long. Of course he isn't gone, yet he is gone. He has always been alive and he will always be dead. So it goes.Slaughterhouse-five is next to impossib...

  • Martine

    I have to admit to being somewhat baffled by the acclaim Slaughterhouse-5 has received over the years. Sure, the story is interesting. It has a fascinating and mostly successful blend of tragedy and c...

  • Sean Barrs the Bookdragon

    Every so often you read a book, a book that takes everything you thought created an excellent novel and tears it to pieces; it then sets it on fire and throws it out the window in a display of pure in...

  • Kirstie

    I read this book first in 1999 when my grandfather passed away. It was a bit of a coincidence as his funeral occurred between a Primate Anatomy exam and a paper for my Experimental Fiction class on Sl...

  • Lyn

    A fun visit with cantankerous old Uncle Kurt. Vonnegut is on a short list of my favorite authors and this is perhaps his most famous work. Not his best, but most recognizable. Billy Pilgrim is also on...

  • Garima

    I finally read Vonnegut. I finally read a war novel. And after a long time I finally read something with so many GR ratings and a decent number of reviews which is precisely the reason I have nothing ...

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    375. Slaughterhouse-Five = The Children's Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death, Kurt VonnegutSlaughterhouse-Five, or The Children's Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death (1969) is a science fiction-infused ant...

  • Kenny

    “All moments, past, present and future, always have existed, always will exist.” Kurt Vonnegut ~~ SLAUGHTERHOUSE -- FIVEMy junior year of college, I had a roommate, Don, his nickname was Har Don, ...

  • Anne

    This book is an absolute masterpiece and it makes it clear in every single sentence. I think it is best to go into it without knowing too much about the plot. You just got to take it as it comes, so t...