"The Reader" by Bernard Schlink about post WW2 Germany.
More than just a book, The Reader reminds that the concepts of guilt and responsibility are not clear-cut ideas, and even more so during the Nuremberg Trials. Guilt is simply one of the many human emotions, but the feeling of guilt is unique to everyone and there is no one meaning for guilt. Though guilt is such a strong feeling, judgments must not be made simply on how "guilty" one feels for their actions. If that is so, then Hanna would never have gone to jail at all. Judgments should instead be made on the actions of a person and whether the person was right or wrong in what he/she did.…
- "The Reader" by Bernard Schlink about post WW2 Germany.
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