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by Mathias B. Freese

eBook I download ISBN: 0965921603
Author: Mathias B. Freese
Publisher: Freese Publications; First Edition edition (January 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 122
ePub: 1861 kb
Fb2: 1538 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

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2 quotes from Mathias B. Freese: 'Human beings can get used to anything, even being exterminated. and 'I hope for nothing. - Nikos Kazantzakis ― Mathias B. Freese. tags: spiritual-life. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel.

For more than thirty years he taught English and social studies in New York secondary schools.

The books I’ve written are testament to what I have felt, what I have thought, all disguised by writer’s artifice to make them graceful, readable and understandable. I think it is vomitus, each of us capable of producing this in our own way. So I had eight books of life’s striving and pain to upchuck.

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For more than thirty years I taught English and social studies in New York secondary schools.

From novelist Mathias B. Freese comes The i Tetralogy - a gripping epic that explores the nature of the Holocaust during and after the war . Freese's novel throws the whole matter open to question, leaving you to decide for yourself whether or not i or Conrad or you concur. Freese comes The i Tetralogy - a gripping epic that explores the nature of the Holocaust during and after the war, through an incisive observation of three pivotal characters. Freese's author's note, "Raison d'Être," is rather like a message in a bottle explaining how and why he wrote the book.

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Steelcaster
Author Mathias Freese was not himself a Holocaust survivor, but you'd never know it. This is a descriptive work, a symbolic work, and a work on the moral features of the twentieth century. We see and feel and experience the day to day life of the concentration camp inmate...the horror of it all, the utter horror of it all. Yet there is a thread of life, or to life, which keeps the human being going, striving always for hope. Freese is a psychotherapist himself, one who explores the intricacies of the psyche, and in i he provides us readers with a masterwork of the mystery of what keeps us alive, and human. Read this book...you'll never see things in quite the same way again. It's a rare gift.
Zeus Wooden
"I" thrusts us into the mind, soul, and horror of a concentration camp prisoner. It leads us on a descriptive journey of one man's living hell, not only the external, physical hell but the gradual deterioration of the human mind. Freese brilliantly illustrates the will of a human being to survive and the strength of the human psyche. His often disturbing description makes the reader fully aware of the plight of the prisoner. "I" above all else gives the reader an intense appreciation for the freedom and comforts we have in the United States. At times it enrages the reader and makes one wonder how an evil as hideous as the holocaust was able to ever happen. This is an essential story and one that needs to be told and respected.