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Kate, just wanted to say that I've enjoyed reading your cool-headed and rational response to this whole fiasco. I've read the book too and I also think it's brilliant, regardless of how it came about. Although I'm not condoning Hegemann's failure to credit her sources, I think that lots of people have failed to recognise the nuances of the situation and it's been great to have your refreshing take on it. So thanks! Nice to be appreciated.

I see your rationalization but please don't play the sex card; It's a cheap argument. I think it's irresponsible from her part to use someone's "diary" the blog and don't give any credit.

At least provide a general appreciation or recognition, one line at the end of the book would have been enough. I know it's impossible to credit everything and everyone in a book, but if it was an important contribution like she already admitted then it was unprofessional from her part not to do it from the start.

I'm not the first to say that, Anonymous; the critic Iris Radisch explains the phenomenon in some detail in DIE ZEIT, looking at the way other critics have dismissed her and the language they use to do so. If you look at some of the abuse she's got from the general public and the way it focuses on her hair and her general appearance, I'd say gender is very much a factor here.

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I can't imagine a young male author getting grief over his hairstyle, can you? There are two separate issues at stake here.

The first is that Hegemann shouldn't have lifted from other people's work without crediting them. She got caught, she owned up, and now they're credited.

I know I'm going to get more anonymous comments on this, but she didn't harm anyone. She didn't put a bomb under anyone's car, she didn't steal anyone's boyfriend, she didn't give anyone a Chinese burn in the playground.

To put it bluntly, I don't understand why such a wave of hate has descended upon her. Unless, of course, people don't like seeing young women being successful in such a spectacular way. Post a Comment. Thursday, 18 February Axolotl Roadkill: My Final Word.

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So now's your chance to make up your mind. According to Ullstein the poached bits make up less than half a percent of the book. Mifti even goes far by saying: And so we witness page after page how the lack of care of a generation of parents have pushed their children to immerse themselves in an underground world that seems to be the everyday life of contemporary Berlin.

Lisbeth Salander, who survived a traumatic childhood and was declared incompetent by the Swedish State and is then appointed to Nils Bjurman, the guardian who sodomizes her and is one of the key reasons why she abuses drugs and lives a promiscuous life. For several weeks of perhaps months he visits the aquarium until one particular axolotl attracts his attention.

He realizes that the animal feels sad and this feeling allows him to create a bond with the animal. At the end of the story we realize that the narrative voice belongs to the axolotl as if in the bonding process man and salamander have exchanged consciousness. Only a metaphor remains in her novel. Mifti sees a possible symbiosis between the axolotl that never grows up with a German a generation of parents that does exactly the same.

Even more: Salamander or human, the voice narrating the story does not suffer changes:

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