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Reunion is a little known novel But it is also a universal story of friendship It is a book of great power waiting to be discoveredOn a grey afternoon in 1932 a Stuttgart classroom is stirred by the arrival of a newcome I read this book yesterday while I was in the hospital during my prep wait before surgery under a blow up blanket with toasty warm air wearing those cute hospital socks and a hospital gown This is such a tiny thin attractive sweet looking book vintage 74 pages 80 when including the Afterword it fit inside my mini shoulder crossbody bag The Reunion was published in 1971 A timeless powerful remembering back story between two 16 year old boys one Jewish the other Christian during the rise of Nazism in the 1930 sthe setting being pre war Germany There is something permanently life shaping about a one on one special teenage friendship I ve experienced it myselfCharacter Hans Schwartz says that when Konradin von Hohenfel came into his life at age 16 This Boy was to be my greatest source of happiness and my greatest despair A few weeks ago I read another powerful longer book The Air You Breathe by Frances de Pontes Peebles about a life long friendship between two women There was an excerpt in that novel universal experientially felt that feels appropriate to share in relation to this novella too When we are young we give ourselves completely We allow our first friends or lovers or first songs inside us to become a part of our unformed being without ever thinking of the conseuences or the permanence within us The Reunion is narrated by middle aged Hans twenty five years after having lost contact with Konradin Hans is Jewish His father was a doctor and his grandfather a Rabbi Konradin was welcomed into Hans homebut those times that Hans went to Konradin s house his parents weren t home Konradin s parents were Hitler supporters Jews didn t exist for her people was the way Konradin s mother felt Hans and Konradin s friendship was connected by sincere love and enjoymentThey had wonderful discussions they debated about the existence of God in the face of horror they enjoyed coin collecting hiking and growing up togetherThey talked about girls books music They were inseparable yet anti Semitism colored their friendship even from the first day they saw each other in 1932 in the gymnasium in Stuttgart W rttemberg s most famous grammar school founded in 1521 As I started the exuisite book I was immediately moved by Jean d Ormesson who wrote The Introduction Then after reading this exuisite story myself breathless speechless and watering eyes at the endI went back and re read Jean s Introduction again To me Jean s words expressed such truth it s the greatest gift I can pass on about this storyin the same way I was gifted a review by Goodreads friend Laysee I never heard of the author Fred Uhlman until Laysee many thanks Laysee I treasure this book I hold in my hand the story that s in my heart and thoughts I end with Jean d Ormesson s words from her Introduction The book s ending in a few lines is a masterpiece with in masterpiece It transforms suddenly what has been a long short story into a novel of epic dimensions it adds a further luminous dramatic uality like the swell of an organ to what has been a Bildungsroman a story of growing up while retaining the powerful grace and simplicity of the short story Fred Ulman wrote this in 1960 It contains autobiographical elements Ulman was educated in W rttemberg sharing his protagonists love of Swabiawhich he claimed left him a Romantic for life He left Germany in 1933 as a young anti Nazi lawyer settling in Britain and established a career as a painter and poet He died in 1985Overflowing Richness Deadshifted (Edie Spence, power waiting to be discoveredOn a grey afternoon in 1932 a Stuttgart classroom is stirred by the arrival of a newcome I read this book yesterday while I was in the hospital during my El agujero del infierno prep wait before surgery under a blow up blanket with toasty warm air wearing those cute hospital socks and a hospital gown This is such a tiny thin attractive sweet looking book vintage 74 The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) pages 80 when including the Afterword it fit inside my mini shoulder crossbody bag The Reunion was Teddy published in 1971 A timeless Calling Me Home powerful remembering back story between two 16 year old boys one Jewish the other Christian during the rise of Nazism in the 1930 sthe setting being The Taint of Lovecraft pre war Germany There is something Mr. Francis Wife permanently life shaping about a one on one special teenage friendship I ve experienced it myselfCharacter Hans Schwartz says that when Konradin von Hohenfel came into his life at age 16 This Boy was to be my greatest source of happiness and my greatest despair A few weeks ago I read another The Shadow People powerful longer book The Air You Breathe by Frances de Pontes Peebles about a life long friendship between two women There was an excerpt in that novel universal experientially felt that feels appropriate to share in relation to this novella too When we are young we give ourselves completely We allow our first friends or lovers or first songs inside us to become a The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, part of our unformed being without ever thinking of the conseuences or the Degrees of Elevation permanence within us The Reunion is narrated by middle aged Hans twenty five years after having lost contact with Konradin Hans is Jewish His father was a doctor and his grandfather a Rabbi Konradin was welcomed into Hans homebut those times that Hans went to Konradin s house his Demons, Yes--But Thank God for Good Angels parents weren t home Konradin s The Pride and Prejudice Movie Cookbook parents were Hitler supporters Jews didn t exist for her Vietnam Perkasie people was the way Konradin s mother felt Hans and Konradin s friendship was connected by sincere love and enjoymentThey had wonderful discussions they debated about the existence of God in the face of horror they enjoyed coin collecting hiking and growing up togetherThey talked about girls books music They were inseparable yet anti Semitism colored their friendship even from the first day they saw each other in 1932 in the gymnasium in Stuttgart W rttemberg s most famous grammar school founded in 1521 As I started the exuisite book I was immediately moved by Jean d Ormesson who wrote The Introduction Then after reading this exuisite story myself breathless speechless and watering eyes at the endI went back and re read Jean s Introduction again To me Jean s words expressed such truth it s the greatest gift I can Losing Strength and Dexterity powerful grace and simplicity of the short story Fred Ulman wrote this in 1960 It contains autobiographical elements Ulman was educated in W rttemberg sharing his Afghanistan protagonists love of Swabiawhich he claimed left him a Romantic for life He left Germany in 1933 as a young anti Nazi lawyer settling in Britain and established a career as a The Black Sheeps Secret Child painter and The Billionaires Desire poet He died in 1985Overflowing Richness

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Ills and growing up together But the boys live in a changing Germany Powerful delicate and daring Reunion is a story of the fragility and strength of the bonds between friends Librarian's note Alternate cover edition he About the PlotThe background is Stuttgart Germany of 1930s The time of Nazi rise to power The main protagonists in this novella are two sixteen year old boys a Jew and a German Protestant Christian Enough for hints I think you guessed the story right But that does not say everything Read the novel to feel it The last line of this novella is one of the best ones Not that it is extra ordinary in literary sense A simple informative sentence But comes with an effect unimaginable A word of advice If you ever happen to read the novel for the first time by no chance read the last line even by mistakeOutline of the Story told through some uotes from the bookTwo boys Two friends Two thick friends The history changes the destiny The feeling of differences were never felt initially Foremost we were Swabians then Germans and then Jews The rise of Hitler and the cultural changes change everything A new history professor comes t the school to teach about the nobility of the Aryan race The next day onward the class room is different to the Jewish boy He is made to feel that he is an outsider in his own country He was asked to go back to Israel by a bully from his class Everyone supported the bully Even his own friend deserts him The German protagonist cries out to his Jewish friend thus Do you want to blame me for the ways of the world The Jewish boy found it difficult to understand For his dad a reputed doctor and a retired military man who had fought in WW I had always believed that Hitler was a sickness and that German would soon get rid of him His father had said I know my Germany This is a temporary illness something like measles which will pass as soon as the economic situation improves Do you really believe the compatriots of Goethe and Schiller Kant and Beethovan will fall for this rubbish How dare you insult the memory of twelve thousand Jews who dies for our country F r unsere Heimat The boy learnt everything from his dad But then later in his life he was ashamed of being a German In fact the name Germany becomes abominable to him He feels My wounds have not healed and to be reminded of Germany is to have salt rubbed into themA powerful tale told in poetic language All Night Long (Nannies, power The main Bronze Age Mindset protagonists in this novella are two sixteen year old boys a Jew and a German Protestant Christian Enough for hints I think you guessed the story right But that does not say everything Read the novel to feel it The last line of this novella is one of the best ones Not that it is extra ordinary in literary sense A simple informative sentence But comes with an effect unimaginable A word of advice If you ever happen to read the novel for the first time by no chance read the last line even by mistakeOutline of the Story told through some uotes from the bookTwo boys Two friends Two thick friends The history changes the destiny The feeling of differences were never felt initially Foremost we were Swabians then Germans and then Jews The rise of Hitler and the cultural changes change everything A new history The Freeze-Frame Revolution professor comes t the school to teach about the nobility of the Aryan race The next day onward the class room is different to the Jewish boy He is made to feel that he is an outsider in his own country He was asked to go back to Israel by a bully from his class Everyone supported the bully Even his own friend deserts him The German The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 protagonist cries out to his Jewish friend thus Do you want to blame me for the ways of the world The Jewish boy found it difficult to understand For his dad a reputed doctor and a retired military man who had fought in WW I had always believed that Hitler was a sickness and that German would soon get rid of him His father had said I know my Germany This is a temporary illness something like measles which will Mon patron voulait que je tape les seins nus pass as soon as the economic situation improves Do you really believe the compatriots of Goethe and Schiller Kant and Beethovan will fall for this rubbish How dare you insult the memory of twelve thousand Jews who dies for our country F r unsere Heimat The boy learnt everything from his dad But then later in his life he was ashamed of being a German In fact the name Germany becomes abominable to him He feels My wounds have not healed and to be reminded of Germany is to have salt rubbed into themA His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch powerful tale told in The Doctors Dating Bargain poetic language

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R Middle class Hans is intrigued by the aristocratic new boy Konradin and before long they become best friends It’s a friendship of the greatest kind of shared interests and long conversations of hikes in the German h I was awestruck when I finished this book for the first time back when I was fourteen It s a lovely story

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About the Author: Fred Uhlman

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10 thoughts on “Reunion By Fred Uhlman

  1. says:

    I read this book yesterday while I was in the hospital during my prep wait before surgery under a blow up blanket with toasty warm air wearing those cute hospital socks and a hospital gown This is such a tiny ‘thin’ attractive sweet looking book vintage 74 pages 80 when including the ‘Afterword’ it fit inside my mini shoulder crossbody bag “The Reunion” was published in 1971 A timeless powerful re

  2. says:

    In 1932 Hans Schwarz son of a Stuttgart doctor and descendant of a long line of rabbis met a life changing friend Twenty five years later Hans described his friendship with Count Konradin von Hohenfelsthe source of my greatest happiness and of

  3. says:

    🇬🇧 It takes an hour and a half to read this little pearl Highly recommended At any ageI was enchanted by Uhlman's writing his descriptions of landscapes and feelings I felt sucked into the story and I saw the events

  4. says:

    Reunion is just about the perfect novella In merely 74 pages Fred Uhlman captured the blossoming of an adolescen

  5. says:

    I spent ages hesitating about how to rate this book It’s an amazing novella beautifully written beautifully crafted The story is very simple and straightforward but it reaches the reader amidst a web of complex feelings For a short novel the twists and turns are also very surprising at least for me – but perhaps I have way too much faith in human nature I gave it four stars although really this is a five star novella in all its glory M

  6. says:

    I was awestruck when I finished this book for the first time back when I was fourteen It's a lovely story

  7. says:

    A strong and compelling novella on the friendship between two sixteen year old boys Jewish Hans Schwartz and Christian Konradin Graf von Hohe

  8. says:

    First published in the early 1970s Reunion has recently been reissued and promoted as the next great undiscovered classic

  9. says:

    About the PlotThe background is Stuttgart Germany of 1930s The time of Nazi rise to power The main protagonists in this novella are two sixte

  10. says:

    On the front of the edition I was reading from 1983 there is the uoted recommendation from Jeffrey Archer ' A wonderful expe

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