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Hallo again,
lass mir das Hut Buch nun aus Germany einfliegen. Es wird mich diese Woche noch erreichen. Ist wohl mehr Genuss es in Deutsch zu lesen und geht auch viel schneller. Freu mich schon drauf.
Sabine
Hi,
hab mir den Review von dem Buch ( Der Mann...)durchgelesen. Klingt sehr gut - ich werde es lesen müssen!
Grüsse an Europa,
Sabine
Nein, ueberhaupt nicht.
wuerde eher behautpten: sehr düster!
Hallo an Wien,
Fachrichtung Neurologie??
Hast du das Buch - Der Mann, der seine Frau mit dem Hut verwechselte - gelesen? Wenn ja, wie ist es?
Ich seh gerade, dass du den Bryson jetzt drin hast....
tut mir leid - weder im 10. zu haus noch katzenbesitzerin. sorry, don herraldo!
Danke für den Hinweis, jetzt sollte es aber funktionieren :)
Why turn of the century Vienna ? Family connections - my wife's mother was Viennese and I've always thought Vienna was at it's most interesting at the turn of the century - and I guess - up to about 1960. Predictably I love the coffehouses, Braunenhof for choice but also Dommayer, Sperl, Hawelka, and Landtmann. Which Museum - www.museumwales.ac.uk.
It's interesting. It's been a bit since I read it, so I don't remember it well enough to say definitively, but it does make some interesting points.

I picked it up in the first place because of Driven to Distraction (which I've found very useful.) This one hasn't been as much so.
Actually, I haven't read it yet, and I didn't buy it -- a friend who was unimpressed by it was giving it away, and I'm curious, so I took it.
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