NEW Winnetou I ´ Karl May

  • Paperback
  • 226
  • Winnetou I
  • Karl May
  • English
  • 10 July 2020
  • 9780874221794

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Karl May Ë 3 summary read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ë Karl May read Winnetou I More copies of this German tale of the American West have been printed than any other novel in German publishing h. This story is one I grew up with played make believe about with my sister and i have been in love with it ever since the first time i heard itThe sheer amount of respect and admiration this book invokes for Native American tribes is so powerful Albeit being criticized for romanticizing the time of Native Americans the author successfully draws attention to their talents intelligence and skills The story is told through the eyes of a young German protagonist who starts off working as a surveyor to measure land for train tracks He gradually leans away from the group of civilized rich white men and towards the Native American tribe of Apache As he gains firsthand experience and knowledge he begins to uestion what he was told about the local tribes The stereotypes and offensive views against Native Americans are acknowledged and effectively proven wrong Inevitably as a novel set in North America at the beginning of colonization this story carries bitter undertones of reality It illustrates how Native Americans were forced to adapt to new technology and how all they ever asked for were their lives and some land to live on However we as the reader the narrator and even some Native American characters are aware from the very beginning that the race stands no chance against ever growing groups of men with guns Though nothing can be done to reverse the tragedy this novel does its best to bring attention to the false stereotypes and pays a beautiful tribute to the race through storytellingThe second main character Vinnetou is the main representation of the Native American people Along with the protagonist we are constantly in awe of his intelligence and way of life The formed brotherhood between the protagonist and Vinnetou is a satisfying and necessary development in the novel and enriches the reader with even insight The relationships formed throughout the plot are all fully developed honest relatable and organicThe protagonist is in first person and often offers his inner monologues in such a way that allow us as the reader to learn side by side with him and are encouraged to view things in the same light as him He always finds the right lesson to learn from any situation and always listens to the truth over lies no matter how convincing Never have i ever respected a main character than Old Shatterhand His honour and righteousness are unparalleled He values honesty honour and justice above all else and proves himself over and over He treats everyone fairly and every man should try to be a fraction as good as himI wish this novel was just as renowned all around the world as it is in Czech Republic because it offers so many life lessons and role models and it has honestly shaped parts of the person i am today Une adolescence respect and admiration this book invokes for Native American tribes is so powerful Albeit being criticized for Taken by the Alien romanticizing the time of Native Americans the author successfully draws attention to their talents 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Karl May Ë 3 summary read Ç eBook or Kindle ePUB Ë Karl May read Winnetou I Istory This lively English translation of the daring adventures of Old Shatterhand and the Apache Chief Winnetou p. Karl May s classic is the German answer to James Feni Cooper s The Leatherstocking Tales Critics find fault with his lack of verisimilitude and authenticity especially in view of the fact that he had no personal experience with American natives and had never seen the landscapes he was describing in his booksHowever I would assert that his depiction of the fate of the indigenous population of North America is much sympathetic and honest than many contemporary accounts of American born authors despite his blatant bias towards German characters and discernable flatness of supporting characters Anyway in comparison with the bulk of works comprising the western genre which has gifted us with the concept of white hats and black hats May s American adventure stories are paragons of character development plausibility and inventivenessMay is able to create a sense of wonder at the exotic settings and personage and of breathless excitement at the rapid pace of implausible adventures his novels are never less than entertaining even if recognisable as fantasy