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9 thoughts on “Handy Dreizehn Geschichten in alter Manier

  1. says:

    Frankly this book made me feel really stupid Okay so that happens to me a lot I miss the joke and am on the outside looking in This collection of 13 stories is extremely well written so I was vexed that I couldn't connect the dots Many of the stories appeared to be autobiographical anecdotes referencing previous works and identifying his English translator by name but then the character names didn't match up Were names changed to protect

  2. says:

    Δεν μου ταιριάζει τελικά αυτός ο συγγραφέας Υπέφερα από πλήξη και από την υποχρέωση να τελειώσω το βιβλίο για εντελώς ψυχαναγκαστικούς λόγους Φιουφ

  3. says:

    Soms kom je iemand tegen die een clou vertelt en vervolgens omstandig gaat vertellen hoe het tot die clou is gekomen Bij een aantal

  4. says:

    Mixed bag and very German Offers a glimpse into post reunification life

  5. says:

    One story was an amazing bookPigJackassPigJackassPigThis book is filled with thirteen short stories and they all involve a love story one way or another But they all seem to end in not the sweet romantic ways you would think With true love cheating and even lies They all seem to fit in together These short stories wil make you think and feel remorse for some of these characters I would definitely recommed this book to everyone who doesnt li

  6. says:

    Good collection of short stories polished than the St Petersburg stories but perhaps a little less inspired Schulze is fai

  7. says:

    Except the German version Handy

  8. says:

    Each of these novellas reads like a novel in its own right A very good book

  9. says:

    Trans'd by Woods which is a pretty good indicatorI don't know what happen'd to the interview but

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Handy Dreizehn Geschichten in alter Manier

Ve him now his whole life lies under the shadow of Julia of the idea that things could have worked out differently But as night draws on to day the promised end becomes an unexpected new beginningIngo Schulze introduces us to characters as they stray outside the confines of East Germany into other newer lives into Egypt where the betrayal of a lover turns an innocent vacation into a nightmare; into Vienna where life starts to mi. Good collection of short stories polished than the St Petersburg stories but perhaps a little less inspired Schul

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“A literary event” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung thirteen new stories from one of Germany’s finest writersNew Year’s Eve 1999 Berlin At a party to kick off the twenty first century Frank Reichert meets Julia his lost love Since their separation in the fall of 1989 he’s drifted through life like an exile remaining apathetic toward the copy shop business he started even as it flourishes apace Nothing has the power to mo. Frankly this book made me feel really stupid Okay so that happens to me a lot I miss the joke and am on the outsid

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Mic art; into Estonia where we meet a retired circus bear in an absurd and absurdly hilarious dilemma or as they simply stay put struggling to maintain their sense of themselves as the world around them changesMixed in with these tragicomic tales are some of the most beautiful love stories ever to feature cell phones And throughout Schulze’s masterfully controlled style conceals an understated but finally breathtaking intricac. Except the German version Handy

  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Handy Dreizehn Geschichten in alter Manier
  • Ingo Schulze
  • English
  • 06 May 2019
  • 9780307271044

About the Author: Ingo Schulze

Ingo Schulze is a German writer born in Dresden in former East Germany He studied classical philology at the University of Jena for five years and until the German reunification was an assistant director dramatic arts advisor at the State Theatre in Altenburg 45 km south of Leipzig for two years After oversleeping the events of the night of November 9 1989 Schultze started a newspaper with