History Literature / Suspicion

25th Sep '15 7:40:00 AM Medinoc
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** Bärlach begings suspecting Emmenberger to be a war criminal when his friend Hungertobel recognizes him on a picture in a magazine. Later, it’s a picture of Bärlach at the newspaper that tips of Emmenberger.

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** Bärlach begings suspecting Emmenberger to be a war criminal when his friend Hungertobel recognizes him on a picture in a magazine. Later, it’s a picture of Bärlach at the newspaper that tips of off Emmenberger.
11th Sep '15 4:00:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* HowDoYouLikeThemApples: Fortschig’s newspaper is called ''Apfelschuß'' (apple shot), a ShoutOut to Myth/WilliamTell. (Justified in that the story is set in Switzerland).
21st Mar '15 4:59:08 PM StFan
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* HowDoYouLikeThemApples: Fortschig’s newspaper is called ''Apfelschuß'' (apple shot), a ShoutOut to WilliamTell. (Justified in that the story is set in Switzerland).

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* HowDoYouLikeThemApples: Fortschig’s newspaper is called ''Apfelschuß'' (apple shot), a ShoutOut to WilliamTell.Myth/WilliamTell. (Justified in that the story is set in Switzerland).
30th Sep '13 1:04:07 PM gallium
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No relation to [[Film/{{Suspicion}} the Alfred Hitchcock movie]].
12th Aug '13 8:33:15 AM Irrwisch
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* TheAlcoholic: Fortschig.

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* TheAlcoholic: Ulrich Fortschig.



* {{Foil}}: Hungertobel to Emmenberger and Gulliver to Dr. Marlok.

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* {{Foil}}: Dr. Hungertobel to Dr. Emmenberger and Gulliver to Dr. Marlok.



* LargeHam: Gulliver, Fortschig and Emmenberger. Bärlach also has his moments.

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* LargeHam: Gulliver, Fortschig Fortschig, Marlok and Emmenberger. Bärlach also has his moments.



* MadDoctor: Emmenberger is a skilled scientist, he justs likes operating on patients without anaesthetics.

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* MadDoctor: Emmenberger is a skilled scientist, he justs just likes operating on patients without anaesthetics.



* PoliceAreUseless: Bärlach is bitter about having to retire, thinking the police unable to bring real criminals to justice.

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* PoliceAreUseless: Bärlach is bitter about having to retire, thinking that the police is unable to bring real criminals to justice.



* RuleOfSymbolism: Bärlach gets compared to a knight a few times. Gulliver states that the times where a knight could set out into the world to slay dragons are over. Later, Bärlach wants Albrecht Dürer’s ''Knight, Death and the Devil'' to decorate his room hat Emmenberger’s clinic.

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* RuleOfSymbolism: Bärlach gets compared to a knight a few times. Gulliver states that the times where a knight could set out into the world to slay dragons are over. Later, Bärlach wants Albrecht Dürer’s ''Knight, Death and the Devil'' to decorate his room hat at Emmenberger’s clinic.
12th Aug '13 8:19:44 AM Irrwisch
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** Emmenberger telling his nurses to move Bärlach from room 72 to room 15, where they would have "more control over him"

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** Emmenberger telling his nurses to move Bärlach from room 72 to room 15, where they would have "more control over him"him".



** Bärlach beings suspecting Emmenberger to be a war criminal when his friend Hungertobel recognizes him on a picture in a magazine. Later, it’s a picture of Bärlach at the newspaper that tips of Emmenberger.

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** Bärlach beings begings suspecting Emmenberger to be a war criminal when his friend Hungertobel recognizes him on a picture in a magazine. Later, it’s a picture of Bärlach at the newspaper that tips of Emmenberger.
12th Aug '13 8:11:42 AM Irrwisch
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* BeingTorturedMakesYouEvil: What seemed to have happed with Edith Marlok. According to her, she’d been once faithful young communist who believed in a better world. After being sent to Stutthof and working with Emmenberger she became a cynical, indifferent, misanthropic morpinhe-addict.

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* BeingTorturedMakesYouEvil: What seemed to have happed with Edith Marlok. According to her, she’d been once a faithful young communist who believed in a better world. After being sent to Stutthof and working with Emmenberger she became a cynical, indifferent, misanthropic morpinhe-addict.



* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler: Gulliver saves Bärlach from his deadly surgery in the nick of time.]]


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*DeusExMachina: [[spoiler: Gulliver saves Bärlach from his deadly surgery in the nick of time.]]
11th Aug '13 8:47:49 AM Irrwisch
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* GloriousMotherRussia: Where Edith Marlok wanted to flee to after the Nazis took over Germany. Once there she quickly was put in prison and later sold out and put in a concentration camp anyway.

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* GloriousMotherRussia: Where Edith Marlok wanted to flee to after the Nazis took over Germany. Once there she quickly was put in prison and later sold out handed over and put in a concentration camp anyway.
11th Aug '13 8:43:03 AM Irrwisch
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* InsistentTerminology: Bärlach is a “Kommiss'''Ä'''r” (Swiss German for “Inspector”), not a “Kommissa'''A'''r“ (High German for “Inspector”). He keeps correcting Gulliver who keeps calling him ''Kommissar''. This is changed to ''Inspctor'' (Bärlach) vs. ''Commissar'' (Gulliver) in the English version.

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* InsistentTerminology: Bärlach is a “Kommiss'''Ä'''r” (Swiss German for “Inspector”), not a “Kommissa'''A'''r“ (High German for “Inspector”). He keeps correcting Gulliver who keeps calling him ''Kommissar''. This is changed to ''Inspctor'' ''Inspector'' (Bärlach) vs. ''Commissar'' (Gulliver) in the English version.
11th Aug '13 8:40:17 AM Irrwisch
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->''“We can’t save the world as individuals, that would be a task as hopeless as that of poor Sysyphus; it is not up to us, nor is it up to any man of power, or any nation, or the devil himself, who is surely more powerful than anyone; it is in the hand of God, who makes his decisions alone. We can only help in particular cases, we cannot affect the whole. Those are the limits of the poor Jew Gulliver, those are the limits of all human beings. Therefore, we should not try to save the world, but we must endure it. This is the only true adventure left to us at this late hour.”''

-->--''Gulliver lecturing Bärlach''


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->''“We can’t save the world as individuals, that would be a task as hopeless as that of poor Sysyphus; it is not up to us, nor is it up to any man of power, or any nation, or the devil himself, who is surely more powerful than anyone; it is in the hand of God, who makes his decisions alone. We can only help in particular cases, we cannot affect the whole. fight evil alone anymore, like knights setting forth against some dragon. Those times are over. It takes more than a little ingenuity to catch the limits criminals we're dealing with. You fool of the poor Jew Gulliver, those are the limits of all human beings. Therefore, we should not try to save the world, but we must endure it. This is the only true adventure left to us a detective; time itself led you at this late hour.absurdum.”''

-->--''Gulliver -->--''[[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech Gulliver lecturing Bärlach''

Bärlach]]''




* InsistentTerminology: Bärlach is a “Kommiss'''Ä'''r” (Swiss German for “Inspector”), not a “Kommissa'''A'''r“ (High German for “Inspector”). He keeps correcting Gulliver who keeps calling him ''Kommissar''.

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* InsistentTerminology: Bärlach is a “Kommiss'''Ä'''r” (Swiss German for “Inspector”), not a “Kommissa'''A'''r“ (High German for “Inspector”). He keeps correcting Gulliver who keeps calling him ''Kommissar''. This is changed to ''Inspctor'' (Bärlach) vs. ''Commissar'' (Gulliver) in the English version.
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