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Es geht uns gut : Roman by Arno Geiger

Es geht uns gut : Roman (original 2005; edition 2005)

by Arno Geiger

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Title:Es geht uns gut : Roman
Authors:Arno Geiger
Info:München : Carl Hanser Verlag, cop. 2005.
Collections:Luetut 2013
Tags:Itävalta: 1900-luku, 2000-luku, perhesuhteet, politiikka, sota

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Es geht uns gut by Arno Geiger (2005)



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This novel is about several generations of a Viennese family. Geiger uses beautiful literary prose to describe the moments when nothing happens. ( )
  MarthaJeanne | Jul 31, 2010 |
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Er hat nie darüber nachgedacht, was es heißt, daß die Toten uns überdauern.
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