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Ions and conversations became the book We children from Bahnhof Zoo'harrowing testimonytrue story of a girl who becomes a heroin addict at the age of fourte. I read this book in the original Norwegian 1982 release recommended and lent me by an acuaintance It is falling apart The fragrance of the disintegrating glue had the aroma that book lovers get high on This book is about other harmful highs I had no idea that it was such a thing until I looked it up on goodreads Although the events described here are 40 years old this book is still available in printHaving now read it I understand why It s a rather uniue account of the young German drug addict Christiane How she got into drugs by hanging with the wrong crowd that just happened to be her friends How she went from maruijana to LSD to heroin How she became a child prostitute to fund her habit How she tried to get herself out of the addiction to no avail Christiane s friends are in the same positionIn the middle of the book is a letter found on one Christiane s overdosed junkie friends In it he writes that he killed himself because parphrasing all junkies cause their friends and families harm A junkie destroys not just himself but also other people That being a drug addict is the worst of fates So what drives young people into such a mess Let this be a warning to all those that stand before the choice shall I try just once Idiots just look at meThe treatment programs available at the end of 1970 s were based on adult users The main premise was voluntary admission None of the set up was directed at drug abusers that were still children The despair of Christiane s mother is shown through her own words intermittently through the book This is an eye opening book although it shows aspects of life that one would rather not see Just this morning I read a headline in the paper that the yearly death rate from illegal drugs in the United States is now higher than the number of people killed in traffic It does not seem that the problem has gotten smaller Make your own model forts & castles read this book in the original Norwegian 1982 Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury release How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim recommended and lent me by an acuaintance It is falling apart The fragrance of the disintegrating glue had the aroma that book lovers get high on This book is about other harmful highs I had no idea that it was such a thing until I looked it up on goodreads Although the events described here are 40 years old this book is still available in printHaving now The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) read it I understand why It s a Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic rather uniue account of the young German drug addict Christiane How she got into drugs by hanging with the wrong crowd that just happened to be her friends How she went from maruijana to LSD to heroin How she became a child prostitute to fund her habit How she tried to get herself out of the addiction to no avail Christiane s friends are in the same positionIn the middle of the book is a letter found on one Christiane s overdosed junkie friends In it he writes that he killed himself because parphrasing all junkies cause their friends and families harm A junkie destroys not just himself but also other people That being a drug addict is the worst of fates So what drives young people into such a mess Let this be a warning to all those that stand before the choice shall I try just once Idiots just look at meThe treatment programs available at the end of 1970 s were based on adult users The main premise was voluntary admission None of the set up was directed at drug abusers that were still children The despair of Christiane s mother is shown through her own words intermittently through the book This is an eye opening book although it shows aspects of life that one would Earthfall (Homecoming, rather not see Just this morning I A Daddy for Christmas read a headline in the paper that the yearly death Banned in Britain rate from illegal drugs in the United States is now higher than the number of people killed in traffic It does not seem that the problem has gotten smaller

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Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo

Rls paying them with heroineWanting to disclose to the problem of drug addiction among teenagersthey arranged an interview with ChristianeFrom those discuss. I had to prepare a presentation on Bydlowska s Drunk Mom in my creative non fiction course and this book titled Station Zoo in English was mentioned by the author I was curious about it since growing up in Berlin I kept hearing it mentioned yet I never knew what it was really aboutWhatever somebody could have told me about it would not have been enough to caution me on the journey I was about to embark uponThe book resonated with me on a very personal note because part of Christiane F s story took place in Gropiusstadt a neighbourhood in the district of Neuk lln in Berlin my old neighbourhood I was born in the hospital just 3 km from my old apartment house from my bedroom window I could see the roof of one hospital wingWhenever the narrator mentioned a place in Berlin especially in my old neighbourhood I knew exactly where she referring to It gave me an odd sense of nostalgia but also brought back a lot of the same frustration Christane F talks aboutIt reminded me of the endless rules and regulations that made living in Berlin almost unbearable I don t mean rules kids have to follow so that they don t get run over by a car or accidentally put themselves in harm s way I mean rules that were applied to the playground such as the one just downstairs from my apartment The rules were listed as follows no playing between 1pm 4pm a helmet must be worn at all times no running no yelling no dogs no bikes no roller skates no climbing no swinging on the swings too high It was extremely hypocritical since we found tons of cigarette butts in the sand along with cat shit young adults were screaming and laughing until well past midnight and kids were sexually assaulted or having their first sodomizing experience in the bushes that bordered the playgroundI understand the narrator s point that it certainly felt like kids were viewed as the problem even though they were the victims and just looking for a place to belongThat was exactly what she was trying to do try and find a place where she felt accepted and belongedThe narrator also went to the same school I went A school that prided themselves of being one of a kind yet it failed to properly educate their students A mentality of competing of being better than everybody else was nurturedIt was no surprise to see some of my classmates showing up for Latin class smelling like booze and meeting friends of friends that were so high all they could do was shout moonface at everyoneThe pressure got too much and all teachers and other grown ups could do was tell them that once they get into the real world they are just a number they should have it better than the previous generation It is almost hilarious to see how they blindly they spoke and actedDuring my research I came across a few newspaper articles that reported on the residents of Gropiusstadt still harbouring sour feelings about Christiane F s book giving the neighbourhood a bad reputation It is curious that Station Zoo is part of the German literature curriculum in high schools throughout Germany except the schools belonging to the Gropiusstadt school districtOverall I sympathized with the narrator s struggles made me extremely thankful for life I have now I only wish I had read it sooner I would definitely recommend it to everyone although I have yet to find an English copyElliotScribbles Son of the Hero really aboutWhatever somebody could have told me about it would not have been enough to caution me on the journey I was about to embark uponThe book The Alien Jigsaw resonated with me on a very personal note because part of Christiane F s story took place in Gropiusstadt a neighbourhood in the district of Neuk lln in Berlin my old neighbourhood I was born in the hospital just 3 km from my old apartment house from my bedroom window I could see the Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning roof of one hospital wingWhenever the narrator mentioned a place in Berlin especially in my old neighbourhood I knew exactly where she The Illusion of Gods Presence referring to It gave me an odd sense of nostalgia but also brought back a lot of the same frustration Christane F talks aboutIt Folk Tales From The Soviet Union reminded me of the endless Not The Hot Chick rules and Pegged and Plugged at the Club regulations that made living in Berlin almost unbearable I don t mean Tunnel Through Time rules kids have to follow so that they don t get Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 run over by a car or accidentally put themselves in harm s way I mean Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 rules that were applied to the playground such as the one just downstairs from my apartment The Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 rules were listed as follows no playing between 1pm 4pm a helmet must be worn at all times no The Fatima Century running no yelling no dogs no bikes no Leah Starrs Revenge roller skates no climbing no swinging on the swings too high It was extremely hypocritical since we found tons of cigarette butts in the sand along with cat shit young adults were screaming and laughing until well past midnight and kids were sexually assaulted or having their first sodomizing experience in the bushes that bordered the playgroundI understand the narrator s point that it certainly felt like kids were viewed as the problem even though they were the victims and just looking for a place to belongThat was exactly what she was trying to do try and find a place where she felt accepted and belongedThe narrator also went to the same school I went A school that prided themselves of being one of a kind yet it failed to properly educate their students A mentality of competing of being better than everybody else was nurturedIt was no surprise to see some of my classmates showing up for Latin class smelling like booze and meeting friends of friends that were so high all they could do was shout moonface at everyoneThe pressure got too much and all teachers and other grown ups could do was tell them that once they get into the Pieces 8 (Pieces, real world they are just a number they should have it better than the previous generation It is almost hilarious to see how they blindly they spoke and actedDuring my Time Flies and Other Short Plays research I came across a few newspaper articles that Fall (VIP Book 3) (English Edition) reported on the Drawing Dead (Faolan OConnor Book 1) residents of Gropiusstadt still harbouring sour feelings about Christiane F s book giving the neighbourhood a bad Trails & Tales of Yosemite & the Central Sierra reputation It is curious that Station Zoo is part of the German literature curriculum in high schools throughout Germany except the schools belonging to the Gropiusstadt school districtOverall I sympathized with the narrator s struggles made me extremely thankful for life I have now I only wish I had Chinas Son read it sooner I would definitely Welcome to the Desert of the Real recommend it to everyone although I have yet to find an English copyElliotScribbles

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Two journalists of 'Shtern'magazine Kay Kerman and Horst Rik met Christiane 1978th in Berlin where she was a witness at the trial of the man who procured gi. Living in Rudow and commuting to work through Gropiusstadt it struck me that I should know the memoir that the neighbourhoods are famous for The book put together from interviews with Christiane F a teenaged heroin addict her mother and authorities working to fight drug use in West Berlin in the 1970s follows Christiane from her early childhood when she was abused by her father who was an alcoholic to her teenage years when desperately hoping for acceptance and love she sank deeper and deeper into the club scene around the Ku damm with all the associated drug problems By the time Christiane figured out that addiction doesn t make you cool she was hooked selling herself for 40 marks a go at the Bahnhof Zoo to maintain her habit Christiane doesn t romanticize or preach which distinguishes this book from others of its kind but lets her experiences serve as a warning in themselves Though I found it impossible to sympathise with her I found the book completely riveting


10 thoughts on “Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo

  1. says:

    The most impressive book I've read before I was twenty years old My parents made me read it whe I was 13 or 14 years old and it made

  2. says:

    What I learned from this book How to shoot dope Also that 1 seeing David Bowie live; 2 in Berlin in the late 1970's; 3 while high on dope; is the ultimate trifecta and would have been my really really awesome dream come true In contrast by the time I saw David Bowie live and than middle aged it was 1 in the Midwestern United States; 2 while in college; 3 sober So so wrong I read Christiane F when I was 11 or

  3. says:

    Living in Rudow and commuting to work through Gropiusstadt it struck me that I should know the memoir that the neighbourhoods are famous for The book put together from interviews with Christiane F a teenaged heroin addict her mother and authorities working to fight drug use in West Berlin in the 1970s follows Christiane from her early childhood when she was abused by her father who was an alcoholic to her teenage years when desper

  4. says:

    Harsh compelling brutally honest The true story of a young girl addicted to heroin in the 70's Love books that gra

  5. says:

    ''We Children from train station Zoo'' were children hooked on heroine in West Berlin during the 70s They used to 'mingle' on the Zoo station to sell sex to buy heroine This book is based on a true story of 14 years old Christine F

  6. says:

    I had to prepare a presentation on Bydlowska’s Drunk Mom in my creative non fiction course and this book titled Station Zoo in English was mentioned by the author I was curious about it since growing up in Berlin I kept hearing it mentioned yet I never knew what it was really aboutWhatever somebody could have told me about it would not have been enough to caution me on the journey I was about to embark upo

  7. says:

    The last time I read this book I was probably 15 years old and very much impressed by the protagonists story and not to get me wrong I was shocked by her experiences Meanwhile 15 years older I just had to reread this classic from my

  8. says:

    Having never read a book about any type of addiction before I have to say this book was pretty hard to read but in a good way At times Christiane F's story feels like a train wreck I didn't want to watch but I couldn't tear my eyes awayI should start off saying that the fact that this story this girls life is influenced by drugs so early in

  9. says:

    I read this book in the original Norwegian 1982 release recommended and lent me by an acuaintance It is falling apart The fragrance of the disintegrating glue had the aroma that book lovers get high on This book is about other harmful highs I had no idea that it was such a thing until I looked it up on goodreads Although the events described here are 40 years old this book is still available in printHaving now read it I understan

  10. says:

    I think this is becoming a classic nowadaysIt has an important message that all teenagers should hear and that is DRUGS ARE BAD FOR YOUIt's just written in a style that I don't like and at some parts I found it disgusting but I guess it couldn't been written any other wayAnyways there aren't many things that should be said about this book except that you SHOULD read it

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