The Reader

IB English A Literature: The Reader

This statement by Michael Berg, the protagonist and narrator of The Reader, captures the central, seemingly irresolvable tensions at the heart of the novel. Can we simultaneously condemn and seek to understand someone who has committed a terrible crime? How is this complicated when the person in question is someone we love, or someone we have loved in the past? Such tensions and thought-provoking questions make this...


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