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This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen

The concentration camp prisoners descend upon the dead Russian soldiers. GIs, and the American values they embodied: The gau of Auschwitz] I have read a number of books about the Holocaust, and each is different, of course. No photos of Belzec! The first and the second story can shatter anyone. To get there, they often had to be active participants in the brutality of the system after being socialized into a total disregard for the suffering of weaker or less-fortunate others. View all 5 comments.

This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen by Tadeusz Borowski

Monstrously squeezed together, they have fainted from heat, suffocated, crushed one another. Borowski gave these victims a vital thing, a voice. I’d always thought this collection was all concentration camp stories – it’s a partial selection from one of Borowski’s Polish story collections, made by a British editor, and this assumption made the book seem symptomatic of the old difficulty of finding anything in English about Poland that wasn’t about WWII.

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He was even aware of his own “cruelty”, a cruelty brought about by his helplessness and fear and the instinct to survive.

While Primo Levi chose the genre, memoir Borowski chose the form of short stories. In fact it reads like a suicide note. Jun 26, K. Aug 21, Carol rated it it was amazing Shelves: In these letters he writes poetically and philosophically about hope for the future for both himself and for mankind.

Haneczka who brings food in ‘A Day at Harmenz’ for which I slowed down and really concentrated. Jan 24, Aaron Borowskii rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s a slim book at just pages, so should be a quick one But honestly, even back then, the title of this gzu scared me when I saw it in shops.

Proszę państwa do gazu — Reader Q&A

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. On the way he kept groaning through clenched teeth: Oct 01, Tony rated it it was amazing Shelves: Well, Borowski elects one radical approach: Her tastes and mine are so different that I feel confident in stating bluntly: They are, then, essentially robbers, even, you might say, graverobbers.

The other unusual feature of this story is that it was written shortly after the events themselves. Now they push towards the opened doors, breathing like fish cast out on the sand.

It directly shows through first person narrative, rather than just telling the reader about, the self-interestedness, dehumanisation and racism that some prisoners including the narrator practised as they tried to survive – plus occasional scenes of some very very black humour.

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Aug 09, Eric rated it liked it Recommends it for: Right after the boxing match I took in another show — I went to hear a concert.

Published November 26th by Penguin Classics first published This is obvious in the love letters he writes to his fiance in a nearby camp. View all 30 comments. Within 20 minutes they were all dead, the floor dropped and the corpses burned in massive ovens.

I saw myself walking on the camp site when gzu event narrated in the book was taking place.

But his self can certainly be implied or deduced to be as amoral and self-interested as the other survivors, as much gazh part of the system of abusing and being abused, and in possession of as much repressed guilt as od others. We doff our caps to the S. He knows that in seeing what went on all around him, the only one he couldn’t see was himself.

The workers, mostly bribed with cheap favors, were prisoners themselves, who stripped everything of value into a warehouse — jewelry, etc… anything of worth. Why he found communism so seductive.