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Eva"s cousin

by Sibylle Knauss

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Published by Thorndike Press in Waterville, Me .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany
    • Subjects:
    • Braun, Eva -- Fiction.,
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Germany -- Fiction.,
    • Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSibylle Knauss ; translated from the German by Anthea Bell.
      GenreFiction.
      SeriesThorndike Press large print women"s fiction series
      ContributionsBell, Anthea.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPT2671.N327 E8313 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination527 p. (large print) ;
      Number of Pages527
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3563586M
      ISBN 100786249021
      LC Control Number2002032450
      OCLC/WorldCa50554516

      The parade of men who appear through the book—Freddy Smoot, cousin Alfonso, Marie Canada’s lover Tyrone, and Moses Tripp—present a stereotype of black men taught to treat women only as. Eva’s Cousin By Sibylle Knauss In the summer of Gertraud Weisker 20 years old when her cousin Eva Braun invited her to come and keep her company at Berchtesgaden. This is the story of her fascination with the easy, glamorous lifestyle of her cousin and the gradual realisation of the dark history unfolding around it.

        Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Francisco, Our Little Argentine Cousin by Eva Cannon Brooks - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg. Eva is a science fiction novel for young adults by Peter Dickinson, published by Gollancz in Set in a dystopian future, it features "the hybrid that results when the brain-patterns and memory of a dying girl are transferred into the brain of a chimpanzee." Dickinson researched chimp behavior for the book and he dedicated it to Jane Goodall. Eva was highly commended for the annual British Author: Peter Dickinson.

      [Pictures added by this website] The shame of my ties with Hitler. Eva Braun's cousin breaks her silence about her times with Hitler's mistress in an interview with SIMON FINCH.. FEW of her friends know the secret Elizabeth Winkler (not her real name) has guarded closely since the end of World War II.   As a year-old, Gertrude Weisker joined her cousin Eva Braun, Hitler's mistress - an It-girl of the day - at Berchtesgaden for lonely days of swimming .


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Eva"s cousin by Sibylle Knauss Download PDF EPUB FB2

Eva's Cousin is a novel. Fictional, yes in Most of you have probably heard of Eva Braun, Hitler's mistress.

In my mind, I think of her as the younger blonde seen in some old grainy photos with the Fuhrer, and of course I knew the history of them marrying /5.

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It casts a special light on the profound questions of innocence and complicity that still haunt much of /5(16). Eva's Cousin" is a work of fiction. Sibylle Knauss had always been interested in matters of German history and how they could be transformed into literature.

Before beginning her novel, the author, had the opportunity to interview Gertrude Weisker, Eva Braun's real cousin and the model for her central character, Marlene/5(16). Eva's Cousin by Sibylle Knauss About the Book Berchtesgaden, Germany, is a beautiful place, set among the gentle meadow-clad hills rising to the sheer heights of bare Alpine peaks.

It is here where an elderly woman arrives and recollects her past—and her peripheral role in a chapter of world history.

Based on the true experiences of Eva Braun’s cousin, Gertrude Weisker, who has shared her memories with Sibylle Knauss after more than fifty years of silence, Eva’s Cousin is a novel that illuminates the banality of the domestic face of evil.

It casts a special light on the profound questions of innocence and complicity that still haunt. In the summer of Gertraud Weisker 20 years old when her cousin Eva Braun invited her to come and keep her company at Berchtesgaden. This is the story of her fascination with the easy, glamourous lifestyle of her cousin and the gradual realisation of the dark history unfolding around it.

Based on the true experiences of Eva Braun's cousin, Gertrude Weisker, who has shared her memories with Sibylle Knauss after more than fifty years of silence, Eva's Cousin is a novel that illuminates the banality of the domestic face of evil.

It casts a special light on the profound questions of innocence and complicity that still haunt much of. Eva’s Cousin audiobook, by Sibylle Knauss In the summer oftwenty-year-old Marlene is thrilled to visit her older cousin, Eva Braun—Adolf Hitler’s mistress—at the Führer’s Bavarian mountain retreat.

There, Marlene finds herself in a strange paradise, a world of opulence and imminent danger, of freedom and two women. In the summer of Gertraud Weisker was 20 years old when her cousin Eva Braun invited her to come and keep her company at Berchtesgaden. This is the story of her fascination with the easy, glamorous lifestyle of her cousin and the gradual realisation of the dark history unfolding around it.

Check out this great listen on In the summer ofyear-old Marlene is thrilled to visit her older cousin, Eva Braun - Adolf Hitler's mistress - at the Fuhrer's Bavarian mountain retreat. There, Marlene finds herself in a strange paradise, a world of opulence and imminent danger.

Talk about 15 minutes of celebrity: here's a novel based on German dramaturgy professor Knauss's interviews with Gertrude Weisker, who spent the last several months of WWII with her cousin Eva Braun at Hitler's mountain retreat. Get this from a library. Eva's cousin.

[Sibylle Knauss; Anthea Bell] -- In the summer oftwenty-year-old Marlene is thrilled when her more glamorous cousin, Eva Braun, Adolph Hitler's mistress, invites her to the Fuhrer's Bavarian mountain retreat.

There, while. In the summer of Gertraud Weisker was twenty years old when her older cousin Eva Braun invited her to come and keep her company at Berchtesgaden, the Fuhrer's mountain retreat.

Flattered and seduced by her glamorous cousin's interest, she went, defying her anti-Nazi father, and stayed until Eva left to share Hitler's fate in his Berlin bunker Price Range: $ - $ Based on the true experiences of Eva Braun's cousin, Gertrude Weisker, who has shared her memories with Sibylle Knauss after more than fifty years of silence, Eva's Cousin is a novel that illuminates the banality of the domestic face of evil.

It casts a special light on the profound questions of innocence and complicity that still haunt much of. Eva's Cousin by Sibylle Knauss,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Gertrude Weiske was Eva Braun’s real cousin and was the inspiration for the main character of Marlene.

Events as portrayed in the novel took place in as Eva was at home alone and getting lonely since Hitler was away, waging war in Prussia. In the summer oftwenty-year-old Marlene is thrilled to visit her older cousin, Eva Braun-Adolf Hitler's mistress-at the Führer's Bavarian mountain retreat.

There, Marlene finds herself in a strange paradise, a world of opulence and imminent danger, of freedom and two women sneak off and skinny-dip in a nearby lake, watch films in the Führer's private cinema, and flirt Author: Sibylle Knauss.

Based on the true experiences of Eva Braun s cousin, Gertrude Weisker, who has shared her memories with Sibylle Knauss after more than fifty years of silence, Eva s Cousin is a novel that illuminates the banality of the domestic face of evil.

It casts a special light on the profound questions of innocence and complicity that still haunt much of /5(9). "Eva's Cousin" is a work of fiction. Sibylle Knauss had always been interested in matters of German history and how they could be transformed into literature.

Before beginning her novel, the author, had the opportunity to interview Gertrude Weisker, Eva Braun's real cousin and the model for her central character, Marlene/5(8).

Culture > Books > Reviews Eva's Cousin: A Novel by Sibylle Knauss, translated by Anthea Bell Julia Pascal treats the fictionalised 'memoirs' of Eva Braun's cousin with extreme suspicion.Eva's Cousin Sibylle Knauss Ballantine Books Decem Berchtesgaden, Germany, is a beautiful place, set among the gentle meadow-clad hills rising to the sheer heights of bare Alpine peaks.

It is here where an elderly woman arrives and recollects her. "Eva's Cousin" is a work of fiction. Sibylle Knauss had always been interested in matters of German history and how they could be transformed into literature. Before beginning her novel, the author, had the opportunity to interview Gertrude Weisker, Eva Braun's real cousin and the model for her central character, Marlene/5(8).