Middle Ground

Middle Ground Two males meet in a Nazi labour camp half Jewish teenager Tyl von Pankow saved from the gas chambers by the influence of his Prussian grandfather and Johannes von Svestrom war wounded veteran of th
  • Title: Middle Ground
  • Author: Ursula Zilinsky
  • ISBN: 9780854490561
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Paperback
  • Middle Ground
    Two males meet in a Nazi labour camp half Jewish teenager Tyl von Pankow, saved from the gas chambers by the influence of his Prussian grandfather, and Johannes von Svestrom, war wounded veteran of the Afrika Korps, now sentenced by Hitler to a terrible command They are trapped together in a nightmare devised to destroy them both, which demands that they relate to each oTwo males meet in a Nazi labour camp half Jewish teenager Tyl von Pankow, saved from the gas chambers by the influence of his Prussian grandfather, and Johannes von Svestrom, war wounded veteran of the Afrika Korps, now sentenced by Hitler to a terrible command They are trapped together in a nightmare devised to destroy them both, which demands that they relate to each other only as oppressor and victim But as the insanity of their situation increases and the world around them collapses, they find themselves occupying the most untenable place of all Middle Ground.
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  • Gay love in a concentration camp Great premise SJWs relax, stop that immediately outraged rush to your keyboards this book is too literary so far so find any complaint about at all Personally, I wouldn t have cared if the MC had been a true Nazi Stalinist, ISIS, IRA, or any other objectionable creed love can find a way to redeem us all , but he s not The author sets this up with a damaged war veteran hero who is as much a prisoner of the labour camp as the boy he takes up with Did I forget to me [...]


  • Me ha gustado, mucho Siempre que me topo con un libro que me hace pensar sobre mis l mites ticos o morales, o mis creencias personales, disfruto como lectora, y se ores, si esta relaci n entre un menor confinado en un campo de trabajo en la Alemania nazi con el comandante del campo no pone a prueba ninguno de los suyos, mal vamos La nica pega que le encuentro al libro es que se le nota la edad es de 1968 y que quiz s peca de ser un poco happy view spoiler el final, bueno, al menos no es el t pic [...]


  • I m always a bit surprised when, digging around for cheap thrills in the bowels of the M M lit world, I stumble on something of actual quality This was one of those times I don t know what I was expecting I ve had some experience with holocaust erotica, and let me tell you, they weren t exactly stellar offerings However, in my daylight reading world I m a big fan of wartime literature I especially like the dry wit, the black comedy present in many of the best works There s just something about l [...]


  • Written in 1968, this is the story of Tyl von Pankow, ripped from his Prussian military academy and sent to a labor camp for being half Jewish Tyl survives, and despite his terror and his cynicism, falls in love with the most unlikely person possible the commandant of the camp What happens to them and to the other inhabitants of the camp during the war and the Allied Occupation is a great story As usual, this book has been sidelined as queer lit It s worth tracking down, trust me.


  • An interesting premise, concentration camp prisoner reluctantly falls for sympathetic new camp general, however, the story just didn t deliver for me Maybe it was the time this book was written 1968 After the liberation of the camp I grew bored with the ending leaving the last eight pages unread.


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