Die unendliche Geschichte

Die unendliche Geschichte Bastian Balthasar Bux ger t in einem Antiquariat an ein Buch das ihn auf magische Weise anzieht Die unendliche Geschichte Er stiehlt es und liest auf dem Schulspeicher vom grenzenlosen Reich Phant si

  • Title: Die unendliche Geschichte
  • Author: Michael Ende Roswitha Quadflieg
  • ISBN: 9783492253482
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bastian Balthasar Bux ger t in einem Antiquariat an ein Buch, das ihn auf magische Weise anzieht Die unendliche Geschichte Er stiehlt es und liest auf dem Schulspeicher vom grenzenlosen Reich Phant sien, in dem sich auf unheimliche Weise das Nichts immer weiter ausbreitet Ursache daf r ist die Krankheit der Kindlichen Kaiserin , die einen neuen Namen braucht, um gesuBastian Balthasar Bux ger t in einem Antiquariat an ein Buch, das ihn auf magische Weise anzieht Die unendliche Geschichte Er stiehlt es und liest auf dem Schulspeicher vom grenzenlosen Reich Phant sien, in dem sich auf unheimliche Weise das Nichts immer weiter ausbreitet Ursache daf r ist die Krankheit der Kindlichen Kaiserin , die einen neuen Namen braucht, um gesund zu werden Den kann ihr aber nur ein Menschenkind geben Bald merkt Bastian, dass er mehr und mehr in die Handlung um den jungen Krieger Atr ju und dessen Aufgabe, ein solches Menschenkind zu finden, hineinger t Sollte er selbst jenes Menschenkind sein

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    1. One of my favorite books of all time; this one is definitely closest to my heart. I've certainly read it more than any other (Ender's Game being a close second). Which is interesting because it's almost nothing like any of my other favorites (besides maybe Watership Down). Maybe it's because it's the first main character I was able to truly identify with. Or maybe because Bastian does what I had always dreamed of as a child, since the day I started reading: to enter inside a book, to turn my ima [...]

    2. Although I have read this book more than twenty times, I have, until now, never actually written a longer and more involved review for Michael Ende's utterly amazing The Neverending Story (I have also never read it in English). I first read it in German in the early 80s, I believe, and I have reread it regularly over the years. Die unendliche Geschichte is thus truly one of my all-time favourite German children's literature books. I love/adore everything about this novel, including the ingenious [...]

    3. Read this to my daughter recently. A very mixed bag.First off I should say that although the book was written in 1979 it reads as though it were written in 1939. The translator has consistently reached for the most complicated/high falutin' word available and as a result the child's book ends up unreadable/incomprehensible to many modern kids. I'm not one for dumbing down, but this goes the other way pointlessly.I saw the film around the time it came out years ago. The book seems to reach the en [...]

    4. (долу и на български, но по-прибрано ;)The first--and still most luminous--story that urged me to stop running away from my life into books and start weaving books back into my life. If this sounds too abstract, consider the Human Library: a child of The Neverending Story, a sister of Moonchild.This book made me polish my German enough to read it in the original. (And make notes of important mistakes in the Bulgarian translation. ;)It made me itch to create a MUSH, wh [...]

    5. I loved most of what I read, yet I’m stopping on page 352; I just can’t continue. And you know, I’m not entirely sure why I can’t continue -– I just know that I can’t. But I have a theory.Having loved the movie version of this in my youth, the whole story is etched into the part of my psyche that deals with childhood; that time when so much is new; where much in the world is observed through an inner-wonder of the mind and a stirring of the soul: a magical state, by adult standards. [...]

    6. Die Unendliche Geschichte = The never ending story, Michael Ende تاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و سوم ماه سپتامبر سال 2009 میلادیعنوان: داستان بی پایان؛ نویسنده: میکائیل انده؛ مترجم: شیرین بنی احمد؛ تهران، نشر روز، 1368؛ در 603 ص، مصور، چاپ دیگر: تهران، نشر چشمه، کتاب ونوشه؛ 1385؛ در 578 ص؛ شابک: 9789645571304؛ موضوع: داستانهای [...]

    7. The Nothing is devouring Fantastica bit by bit and The Childlike Empress tasks Atreyu with stopping it. Meanwhile, holed up in his school's attic, Bastian Balthazar Bux reads a purlorned book and soon finds himself pulled into The Neverending Story!Not too long ago, I bought my wife tickets to see the rerelease of The Dark Crystal in the theater and we got to talking about fantasy movies from the 1980s, which lead to rewatching The Neverending Story. Days after that, I found this book in the use [...]

    8. Like many people of my generation, I loved the film adaptation (the first, not the second, thank you) and never realized that it had come from a book until a number of years later. In fact, I read it the first time in '07 and not only was I delighted at how imaginative it was, I was flabbergasted (joyfully so) that it lived up to its name.It's quick reading, by any standard, but so deliciously dense in imagery, mythology, and an engrossing plot that I swore that if I had any children, this would [...]

    9. The Neverending StoryBy Michael EndeA Review by Eric Allen."ONLY TWO STARS," you cry, "Eric, have you no soul!?!?!" You're obviously going by the movie, which is AWESOME, and have never actually read the book it was based on, which is not so much. When I was six or seven, the Neverending Story came out, and it was one of the most awesome movies I had ever seen in my life. It was a movie that wasn't afraid to scare the everliving shit out of children, and I loved it for that. Even today, many, ma [...]

    10. This is one of the best books I have read when I was a kid. I have read it multiple times and I was extremely disappointed with the movie adaptation.I truly believe that this story has inspired me and made me love Fantacy books so much later on as an adult.(If my remember correctly my godfather gave it to me as a Christmas present together with "Comet in Moominland" by Tove Jansson. The best combination!)Although it is more than 25 years since I last read it, I still remember scenes of the story [...]

    11. Un libro excelente. Fantasía al 100%.No voy a hacerle una reseña larga ya que supongo que todos saben lo increíble que es esta historia.Cuando era chico me la pasaba horas y horas mirando la película. Un día, explorando por la biblioteca de mi papá, me encontré con este libro. Creo que no hace falta decir que se lo robé y me lo puse a leer al instanteEs una novela maravillosa; en la cual la imaginación de Michael Ende explotó al máximo. No decae en ningún momento, el autor nos sorpre [...]

    12. Το βιβλίο Ιστορία χωρίς τέλος το διάβασα για πρώτη φορά πριν εννιά χρόνια. Τώρα καθώς με έπιασε νοσταλγία για την ιστορία του έπρεπε να το ξαναπιάσω. Σε αυτή την ανάγνωση ήρθα αντιμέτωπη με νέα δεδομένα και η ιστορία που διάβασα δεν μου φάνηκε καθόλου ίδια με εκείνη εννιά χρ [...]

    13. I feel like I'm very torn on this book because while I did enjoy it and did enjoy listening to it, it was so rough to get through. I liked the story, but it didn't hook me and capture me and make me want to keep reading, so it took me over a month to listen to it (SO LONG).Overall a really interesting story with a lot of unique circumstances and characters! I've also never seen the movie (I KNOW) and I know it's super different so now I want to watch it even more!

    14. ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، داستانِ این کتاب از جایی آغاز میشود که پسر بچه ای رویا پرداز به نامِ <باستیان>، در حالِ فرار از بچه هایی که او را اذیت میکنند، واردِ کتابفروشی میشود در آنجا پیرمردِ کتابفروش، کتابی را به او معرفی میکند باستیان که کنجکاو شده تا آن را بخواند، کتاب را برداشت [...]

    15. English/ItalianoFirst of all, I have to say I am not a native english speaker so, please, I prefer to not be attacked, if I made any mistakes. Instead of do that, it would be nice if you corrected me, thank you :)“If you have never wept bitter tears because a wonderful story has come to an end and you must take your leave of the characters with whom you have shared so many adventures, whom you have loved and admired, for whom you have hoped and feared, and without whose company life seems empt [...]

    16. ****All Time Favorite Book****As another reviewer so rightly pointed out: This is a book lover's dream, a book that never ends. Like I always say, a picture is worth 1000 words, but a mental picture is worth 1000 times more. Words cannot ever capture what's in a picture, there's always something more, and yet pictures themselves never quite capture something as well as the imagination. People always say that movie version of the book is never as good as the book was, and the reason is that the i [...]

    17. My children are currently listening to a never-ending audiobook of this all time children's favourite of mine, and I find myself secretly spying on them, listening to bits and pieces of the story, always knowing exactly where they are at the moment, after so many rereads!I still dream of finding a bookstore like the one where Bastian Balthasar Bux found "The Neverending Story". I don't think I ever pass an antique shop without thinking of this book for at least a fraction of a second, it is so d [...]

    18. Bastian Balthazar Bux is a shy, awkward, and plump little boy who is tired of being bullied in school. One blustery stormy day Bastien goes inside of an antique bookstore and discovered a mysterious book called the Neverending Story. When the bookshop owner Mr. Coreander is not looking, Bastien steals the book and hides in the attic of his school to read it. It is only when he begins to read the Neverending Story that his adventure truly begins. What happens next? Read the book for yourself and [...]

    19. Terminar el libro es como salir de Fantasía, uno quiere volver a vivir aventuras de las que siempre se sale victorioso. Pero las historias de aquí tienen ese aire trágico, en el que se sale perdiendo, abandonado y dolorido. Dejemos elegir al amor.

    20. Il nulla di fronte a voi, la fantasia in voi L'affabulazione fantastica diventa cartina tornasole di un'umanità messa al palo dall'incombente Nulla che fagocita sogni e speranze senza trovare resistenza di nessuna sorta.La bellezza di un'opera come "La storia infinita" non risiede solo nel vivace caleidoscopio di meraviglie che si dischiudono capitolo dopo capitolo, foriere di paesaggi meravigliosi e antri oscuri in cui tremare dalla paura, ma soprattutto nella presa di coscienza di sé nei con [...]

    21. Perhaps the reason I just did not love this book is that I was absolutely in love with the movie when I was young. I love the idea of a reader being taken to the land of the book he's reading. For me, the first 1/3 of this book was wonderful, just what I fondly remembered from my beloved movie version - and actually, a bit more fleshed out. The movie makes a bit more sense having read the book. However, I couldn't believe when I got to the end of what I knew of the story that I still had about 2 [...]

    22. Well, this is an "out-there" book, so I can see how it wouldn't be for everyone, butI can't figure out how I got to 33yo and never read this book! I just read it with my daughters and we absolutely loved it. It's a fantastic romp filled with lessons that every child can benefit from: the nature of individuality and wish-fullment, how wishing is impossible without personal change, how personal glorification is empty, the nature of fantasy vs. reality. How fantasy can be turned into lies by those [...]

    23. Un libro genial. Quizá flojea un poco al final, pero es que la primera parte es muy buena. Atreyu y Fújur entran en mi lista de personajes literarios favoritos.Le doy un 9.

    24. Questo è il mio libro preferito. Lo ritengo il manifesto in sé della fantasia, della parola fantasy e del suo genere. La maggior parte dei lettori di questo genere considera J. R. R. Tolkien il Re del fantasy, il maestro, il sommo, l'impareggiabile e bla bla bla. Ma ricordiamoci che fantasy vuol dire fantasia, e nella Storia Infinita c'è amore per tutto ciò che è fantastico e tutto ciò che è umano. In questo romanzo, uno dei pochissimi di Michael Ende, troviamo la ricerca di un bambino; u [...]

    25. I must have read this at least 10 times as a child. I still consider it to be one of the great works of "children's" literature - it should be ranked with Alice in Wonderland and similar masterpieces. It is profoundly moving as a work dealing with grief and loss, memory and creativity should be. It is meta fictional in a way which, for me, no other book has ever approached - I will never forget being 10 years old and reading as Bastian and the Princess turn and look at me reading themI felt my s [...]

    26. Knjiga citana kada sam bio daleko mladji, odgledani svi filmovi, i sada ponovo procitana knjiga i jos uvek podjednako magicno i zabavno kao i ranije.Nema sta puno da se kaze, odlicna knjiga za ljubitelje citanja sa puno maste i fantazije. Mirna preporuka za sve od 7 do 107 godina :)

    27. Final rating: 5/5 stars “Every real story is a never ending story.” This review will be hard to write because I read the translation of this on my language, and my language tends to write names as how they would have sounded as spoken. So I have no idea how to write the names but I think i'll stuck with original names (on German).This book is a classic of literature - and Michael Ende, German author, did fantastic job with it. It became popular when it came out, and became even more popular [...]

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