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review A Pál utcai fiúk Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Siamo a Budapest nei primi anni di uesto secolo Due bande rivali di ragazzi danno vita a una piccola guerra per il possesso di un campo abbandonato che si affaccia sulla periferica via Paal In apparenza l'antieroe di uesto conflitto è Nemecsek un biondino timido e gracile unico solSuo commovente sacrificio simboleggia in ualche modo lo scotto che ogni ragazzo deve prima o poi pagare in termini di rinuncia definitiva alla dolce indeterminatezza propria dell'infanzia per fare il suo ingresso nel mon. Is this the best youth book ever I don't know but if it ain't it ought to be

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To conflitto è Nemecsek un biondino timido e gracile unico soldato semplice del suo esercito composto di soli ufficiali al momento decisivo però Nemecsek dimostra un coraggio e uno spirito di abnegazione ammirevoli Il. I try to be frugal with my 5 star ratings but this one definitely deserved them I remember reading this book at a friend's house a long time ago perhaps 5 6 years ago My friend and I both loved the book and I remember crying wholeheartedly at the ending which was the only part I could fully recall when I set about rereading this gem of a novel a few days ago I had been meaning to read it for uite some time but I could never remember what the title was By courtesy of my dear friend Uncle Google I discovered the title and immediately downloaded an electronic copy of the book So with the backstory cleared up I should be getting to the review itselfThe Paul Street Boys relates the story of a group of boys trying to protect their little plot of undeveloped land in the midst of Budapest from the redshirts a group of older boys who want to use the land to play ball The story can be read as a satire mocking European nationalism as the boys use many nationalistic and military terms while playing their games and are so infatuated with their motherland they even call it that that they are ready to take the direst of measures in order to protect it from their enemies Well in the end the boys' motherland betrays them and it turns out the honorable idealistic soldiers were just specks of dust in the wind with no real control over the fate of their country This realization is made all the terrinble when keeping in mind the sacrifices made to save the little piece of land won't spoil anything but it is really tragic The book definitely hit me to the core and was potent in its criticism of nationalismHowever that entire aspect of the story so painfully obvious to me now was completely lost on me the first time I read it Reading the story in 5th grade I only saw a tale of friendship bravery loyalty and courage that touched me immensely And the great thing about this book is that it works so well on both levels The story itself is so captivating so wonderfully well written with such interesting characters that it's entirely sarisfactory without the allegorical aspect The two overlapping levels of meaning however make it a joy to read for both children and adults lend it complexity and make for a richer reading experience The Boys had a great cast of characters who were surprisingly complex for a children's book I loved how Feri Ach and his gang weren't demonized they were decent enough just as our boys were far from perfect I also really love the timelessness of this novel I believe it was written in 1907 or thereabout but it's aged extremely well and doesn't feel outdated despite the horse drawn carriages that ride around Budapest or the old fashioned ink pots that are always getting spilled in someone's pocket The language is descriptive without being flowery or redundant; the writer knows which words to use and is able to create atmosphere by saying very little And the ending is heart rendingly perfect

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A Pál utcai fiúkSiamo a Budapest nei primi anni di uesto secolo Due bande rivali di ragazzi danno vita a una piccola guerra per il possesso di un campo abbandonato che si affaccia sulla periferica via Paal In apparenza l'antieroe di ues. The story starts with the first excitements of children in the Pal street's land Some other children make counter attack them and children implement the Boka's perfect battle plan And of course Nemecsek's braveness and heroism It is good book