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Red Dragon (Hannibal Lecter) von [Harris, Thomas]
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Lying on a cot in his cell with Alexandre Dumas's Le Grand Dictionnaire de Cuisine open on his chest, Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter makes his debut in this legendary horror novel, which is even better than its sequel, The Silence of the Lambs. As in Silence, the pulse-pounding suspense plot involves a hypersensitive FBI sleuth who consults psycho psychiatrist Lecter for clues to catching a killer on the loose.

The sleuth, Will Graham, actually quit the FBI after nearly getting killed by Lecter while nabbing him, but fear isn't what bugs him about crime busting. It's just too creepy to get inside a killer's twisted mind. But he comes back to stop a madman who's been butchering entire families. The FBI needs Graham's insight, and Graham needs Lecter's genius. But Lecter is a clever fiend, and he manipulates both Graham and the killer at large from his cell.

That killer, Francis Dolarhyde, works in a film lab, where he picks his victims by studying their home movies. He's obsessed with William Blake's bizarre painting The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun, believing there's a red dragon within him, the personification of his demonic drives. Flashbacks to Dolarhyde's terrifying childhood and superb stream-of-consciousness prose get us right there inside his head. When Dolarhyde does weird things, we understand why. We sympathize when the voice of the cruel dead grandma who raised and crazed him urges him to mayhem--she's way scarier than that old bat in Psycho. When he falls in love with a blind girl at the lab, we hope he doesn't give in to Grandma's violent advice.

This book is awesomely detailed, ingeniously plotted, judiciously gory, and fantastically imagined. If you haven't read it, you've never had the creeps. --Tim Appelo

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Lying on a cot in his cell with Alexandre Dumas's Le Grand Dictionnaire de Cuisine open on his chest, Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter makes his debut in this legendary horror novel, which is even better than its sequel, The Silence of the Lambs. As in Silence, the pulse-pounding suspense plot involves a hypersensitive FBI sleuth who consults psycho psychiatrist Lecter for clues to catching a killer on the loose.

The sleuth, Will Graham, actually quit the FBI after nearly getting killed by Lecter while nabbing him, but fear isn't what bugs him about crime busting. It's just too creepy to get inside a killer's twisted mind. But he comes back to stop a madman who's been butchering entire families. The FBI needs Graham's insight, and Graham needs Lecter's genius. But Lecter is a clever fiend, and he manipulates both Graham and the killer at large from his cell.

That killer, Francis Dolarhyde, works in a film lab, where he picks his victims by studying their home movies. He's obsessed with William Blake's bizarre painting The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun, believing there's a red dragon within him, the personification of his demonic drives. Flashbacks to Dolarhyde's terrifying childhood and superb stream-of-consciousness prose get us right there inside his head. When Dolarhyde does weird things, we understand why. We sympathize when the voice of the cruel dead grandma who raised and crazed him urges him to mayhem--she's way scarier than that old bat in Psycho. When he falls in love with a blind girl at the lab, we hope he doesn't give in to Grandma's violent advice.

This book is awesomely detailed, ingeniously plotted, judiciously gory, and fantastically imagined. If you haven't read it, you've never had the creeps. --Tim Appelo


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1050 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 464 Seiten
  • Verlag: Berkley; Auflage: Reprint (24. Dezember 2008)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B001ODEP8U
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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Wenn sich nur alle "kleineren" Autoren auch nur eine Winzigkeit von Thomas Harris und Dr. Hannibal Lector abschneiden würden, wenn sie es auch nur versuchen würden, unsere Buchlandschaft sähe wesentlich besser aus, es würde weniger Unsinn in deutschen Krimis erwähnt, alles wäre gut recherchiert...
Aber was träume ich, es hat ja doch keinen Sinn. Hannibal Lector wird auf lange Sicht der geniale Bösewicht schlechthin bleiben und deutsche Romanautoren werden nach wie vor Versatz- Stücke zusammenkleistern und als ihr "Original" verkaufen, auch wenn es der dritte Aufguss von Schimanski&Thanner ist.

Thomas Harris hat mit seinem genialen Hannibal einen Charakter und einen Stoff erschaffen der anziehend und abstoßend zugleich ist; ganz der Neuzeit verhaftet aber vom Typus dem Mephistopheles des "Faust" entsprechend: Zynisch zu seinen Mitmenschen und gleichzeitig... aber ich sollte nicht zu viel verraten. Vielleicht hat es noch jemand nicht gelesen?
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Note that I use the word "thriller" rather than "horror novel." Certainly there are suspenseful moments in Thomas Harris' RED DRAGON, and even a few moments that will make you squirm, but even at its most grotesque, the story is never too frightening to read, or too graphic to swallow. That's because Harris is more interested in accurately portraying a forensic investigation than in scaring the hell out of his audience (although, depending on the susceptibility of the reader, he just might have accomplished both).
Will Graham, an unofficial FBI man with a disturbing knack for tracking down serial killers, is persuaded to help catch a psychopath who has already slaughtered and desecrated two families. Graham, who successfully hunted down the brilliant psychiatrist/mass murderer Dr. Hannibal Lecter years ago, reluctantly asks the imprisoned Lecter for help. It proves to be a terrible mistake, and what began as another FBI case turns into a deadly game between Graham and Francis Dolarhyde, the elusive "Red Dragon." Harris expertly shuttles the reader's attention back and forth between the men heading the investigation and Dolarhyde himself, while forcing the reader to wonder who is really the hunter, and who is really being hunted.
The plot is admirably paced and constructed; each event follows logically to the next, without a single extraneous twist or development anywhere. RED DRAGON also functions effectively as a novel of character; almost every one is memorable, from the complex, introspective Graham to the smart, sympathetic Reba McClane. Of course, the most magnetic and charismatic personality of all is the incomparable Dr. Lecter.
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What's more scary than a human monster, a man that lives to literally feed off the weak and the vulnerable? A man that eats people's livers with fava beans and a nice chiante? Not much. But Hannibal Lecter's I.Q. of 160 certainly doesn't help!
From the moment I started reading this novel, I was captivated. The characters are well-developed and each performs the function he or she was intended for. Clarice Starling is the universal symbol of youth searching for a way to better the world, and because of this, many of us can identify with her. We root for her. Buffalo Bill is chilling in his crazed, unreachable way. And Hannibal Lecter chilled my blood with his odd physical appearence (crimson eyes, small neat teeth, polydactylism) and metallic rasp of a voice. This tale is a classic, and for good reason!
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Clarice Starling is trained to be an FBI agent. She gets an unusual assignment: she is to interview Dr. Hannibal Lecter, serial murderer and cannibal who is also a very sophisticated psychiatrist. Starling's task is to get another serial killer's profile out of the experienced doctor.
Dr. Lecter has as of yet refused to share information with other agents. Nobody really expects him to share with Clarice.
Unexpectedly, she can establish a contact to him which she tries to deepen when a senator's daughter is being abducted by the "current" serial killer. As time is of the essence, many people try to be successfull at the man-hunt, and almost all of them try to get Starling out of the case.
Starling decides on her further choices - and the reader gets an idea why Dr. Lecter thinks her egregious.
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Ich würde dieses Buch jedem empfehlen, der sich für Thriller interessiert, für die, die bereits Red Dragon gelesen haben oder sich für Hannibal Lecter interessieren. Es ist ein sehr tolles Buch und ich konnte es kaum aus der Hand legen.
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'Red Dragon' is probably one of the most authentic fiction work available on Psychology.I felt Will Graham as the best character in the book. His way of getting into the mind of Dolarhyde was amazing (though painfull to Will). The process of getting the feel of mentality of the killer & finally finding him out was well described. However, the story-line is not original.The same kind of killers' mentality was beautifully explained somewhere in 1958 in the fiction "NOT SAFE TO BE FREE" by "JAMES HADLEY CHASE", wherein the case of a strangled starlet was excellently described! Even then, Thomas has written in a very elaborative manner especially the obsession of Dolarhyde towards the painting - The Red Dragon... This book alarms us regarding the gradual disintegration of the society where we are having a lot of children from the unmarried mothers. What contributions can you expect from these children once they grow-up towards the society? Just because of the (mis?)adventures of our younger generation, the society is getting these abnormal products. Come on.. you just can't blame these people and the only act remains with us is to eliminate these products. Basically the problem doesn't lie with Dolarhyde or Dr.Lecter type of people, it lies somewhere else and that is within the society! That's what Thomas tried to explain. Anyway very good work by Thomas.
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