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It's Me, Eddie: A Fictional Memoir

by Edward Limonov

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An den Ufern des neuen Babylon - New York - sitzend und heulend, stellt Limonow die Frage nach dem Preis, den er und seine Frau, die zur Luxusprostituierten avanciert, für die neue 'Heimat' zu zahlen haben.
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It's heartwarming to see this book actually got to the shelves of a bunch of people here. It manages to be a fantastic initiation story about love, while AT THE SAME TIME focusing on existential woes, drug and alcohol binges, wild sex and political activism. A tour de force!

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  yuvalro | Nov 14, 2007 |
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'Whoever wants the Soviet Union back has no brain.
Whoever doesn't miss it has no heart.'

-Vladimir Putin
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An den Ufern des neuen Babylon - New York - sitzend und heulend, stellt Limonow die Frage nach dem Preis, den er und seine Frau, die zur Luxusprostituierten avanciert, für die neue 'Heimat' zu zahlen haben.

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