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10 thoughts on “Dr. Mabuse, Der Spieler

  1. Nancy Oakes Nancy Oakes says:

    from 1921http www.crimesegments.com 2019 05 good grief Pulp, pulp, andpulp featuring a criminal genius who out Svengalis Svengali Not great literature, to be sure, but Mabuse is a great villain I don t quite know how to rate this book I had a lot of fun with it, reading it in one long sitting without moving a musc

  2. Karla Karla says:

    I read this way over a decade ago, driven to do so mainly because the 1922 Fritz Lang movie kicks ass Interlibrary loan came to the rescue of my insane fangirl tush and made me a happy camper.Do I remember anything about Jacques book Not a bit Though I m positive the criminal mastermind gets up to all kinds of mischief,

  3. Helmut Helmut says:

    berbewertet Nun habe ich den ersten der beiden in diesem Buch enthaltenen Romane gelesen und muss sagen, dass ich relativ entt uscht bin Nach den sich berschlagenden Vorrezensionen und dem, was ich so ein bisschen aus dem Lang Film ber Dr Mabuse noch im Kopf hatte, hatte ich erwartet, einen deutschen Dr Fu Manchu zu finden Le

  4. Daniel Daniel says:

    This is a classic piece of work that gave us a criminal mastermind with global ambitions long before any of the James Bond baddies came along Enter the world in between the world wars, the Germany of the 20s, a time of poverty, lawlessness and lust for life the perfect scene for someone of Mabuse s genius to work his magic.

  5. Maud (reading the world challenge) Maud (reading the world challenge) says:

    109 Luxembourg This is a thriller set in the immediate post WWI era Germany, where a hypnotist and master of disguise is stealing enormous amounts of money from gamblers It s a supervillain story, well written and gripping The male protagonists are interesting, especially the good guys such as the police officer in charge of the investig

  6. M.R. Dowsing M.R. Dowsing says:

    The setting of post war Germany adds interest to this melodramatic thriller about a detective attempting to catch a supervillain who is a hypnotist and a master of disguise It s quite well written in an old fashioned kind of way, although it sometimes goes over the top especially in scenes involving female characters Maybe Jacques hadn t met a

  7. Mark Flowers Mark Flowers says:

    Exhibit II in what may be an ongoing series No, The Book ISN T Better Than the Movie see my review of Strangers on a Train.So, apparently the Germans lost a big war shortly before this novel was published Something about a treaty in Versailles They weren t very happy about it There s a lot of pontificating about WWI in this book, as well as a lot of

  8. Richard Felnagle Richard Felnagle says:

    I read this book because I was curious to see how Thea von Harbou and Fritz Lang had adapted it for their 1922 silent film Their other adaptations have been fairly free, but their film follows this book fairly closely with a few interpolations I am not a big fan of the film, but one of the reasons is that I find the film hard to follow, and the book expla

  9. Marie Bouteille Marie Bouteille says:

    Une histoire prenante et divertissante

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