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Favorite authorsMargaret Atwood, Jane Austen, Paul Auster, Thomas Bernhard, Roberto Bolaño, Jorge Luis Borges, T.C. Boyle, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Italo Calvino, Bruce Chatwin, Charles Dickens, Emily Dickinson, Philip K. Dick, Umberto Eco, Jonathan Safran Foer, E. M. Forster, Neil Gaiman, Daniel Glattauer, Graham Greene, Wolf Haas, Marlen Haushofer, Patricia Highsmith, Reginald Hill, Henry James, John Keats, Michael Köhlmeier, Dennis Lehane, Thomas Mann, Walter Moers, Haruki Murakami, Terry Pratchett, Philip Pullman, Ian Rankin, Verena Roßbacher, Salman Rushdie, Martin Suter, J. R. R. Tolkien, Leo Tolstoy, Fred Vargas, David Foster Wallace, Oscar Wilde, Connie Willis, Virginia Woolf (Shared favorites)

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Currently readingDie Abenteuer des guten Soldaten Švejk im Weltkrieg by Jaroslav Hašek
Auf der Suche nach der verlorenen Zeit: Band 1: Auf dem Weg zu Swann by Marcel Proust
Denn die Gier wird euch verderben by Åsa Larsson

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Hallo Dieter,

Wenn ich mir die Authorenseite von Axel Corti anschaue, weiss ich das wir beiden eine der wenigen sind die schon ein Film (oder vielleicht Drehbuch) ins Librarything-Kathalog aufgenommen haben von diesem Filmregisseur.
Ich war entzückt ûber die trilogie "Wohin und zurück" jetzt schon 20 Jahren her, und offensichtlich sollen diese drei Filmen (an uns Glaubt Gott nicht mehr - Santa Fe - Vienna) zu kaufen sein via der website amazon.de .
Ich bin ja kein whizz-kid in EDV-sachen und habe noch nie auf diesen Website gesurft.
Vielleicht kennen sie sich als Deutschsprachiger besser aus auf ein derartige Site.
Deshalb möchte ich bitten ob Sie in der Lage sind mir ein genauen url zu geben wo ich auf der Site amazon.de diesen Film bestellen kann. Oder ob Sie eine andere Site empfehlen können wo diesen Film ins Angebot steht.
Ich suche hier wie ein Blinde und finde ja nichts.
Recht freundlichen Grüss aus Flandern,

Hans.
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Congratulations! You have won a prize in the Book Read: Mistress of the Art of Death from Early Summer 2009, The Highly Rated Book Group.

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Glad you enjoyed my review, and thanks for the comments!

Gwen
You do have a fascinating library. I agree that Asimov was remarkably influential, and in ways that make people want to be creative.
I'm not a prolific reviewer as I don't have the time (today being Memorial Day in America, I do have time, but only a little; tomorrow it's back to working life) Here is a link to one of the best and most prolific fiction reviewers I've found so far on LT:

http://www.librarything.com/profile_reviews.php?view=davidabrams

Cheers!

Mary Leigh
Oops! I meant Salzburg. It HAS been a long time!
Well, welcome to LT. It's addictive and a great resource for ideas on what to read next. I was in Austria many years ago, but just the pretty,leafy city of Strasbourg. I was born in Geneva to American parents on a two-year honeymoon. I've travelled around Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Italy and France. Just had my DNA done; it showed that, even though I look Scots-Irish and have a Scots-Irish name, my DNA is strictly German and today, the populations I match are the German ones that settled up and down the east coast of Brazil in the 1830's.......Someday I'll learn to speak German!
Read your review of Gatsby. I agree wholeheartedly. It may be the perfect novel given its economy and beauty of language and its coverage of American morality, social strata, representation of time and place; and it packs together a mystery and a love story. It remains one of the best American novels to date, I think.
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