Books set in Germany (58)


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Demian by Hermann Hesse ES

Rating: 3     1 Vote
Country: Europe / Germany flag Germany
Description:
Escrita tras las trágicas experiencias de la Gran Guerra, DEMIAN es una de las obras más emblemáticas de Hermann Hesse (1877-1962). La novela -en la que late la repulsa de la sociedad burguesa y masificada y el llamamiento a los elegidos (los que llevan en su frente el estigma de Caín) para conquistar la autenticidad y emprender la reconstrucción comunitaria de la humanidad- traza, como reza su subtítulo, la historia de la juventud de Emil Sinclair, quien, en ruptura con el mundo claro y seguro de su infancia, va a la busca de su personalidad y su destino, sólo realizables en el mundo oscuro, ... continue

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Der goldne Topf by E. T. A. Hoffmann DE

Rating: 4     1 Vote
Country: Europe / Russia flag Russia

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Der Tag, an dem ich sterben sollte : Wie der Terror in Hanau mein Leben für immer verändert hat | Der persönliche Bericht eines Terroropfers by Said Etris Hashemi DE

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ein Buch eines Überlebenden des rassistischen Hanau Anschlags und seinem Kampf für Gerechtigkeit

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Die Konsultative : Mehr Demokratie durch Bürgerbeteiligung by Claus Leggewie, Patritzia Nanz DE

Rating: 3     1 Vote
Country: Europe / Germany flag Germany
Description:
Buch über Bürgerbeteiligung und Ansätze wie es zu mehr Bürgerbeteiligung in einer Demokratie kommen kann

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El Ministerio del Dolor by Dubravka Ugresic ES

Rating: 3     1 Vote
Country: Europe / Croatia flag Croatia
Description:
«Todos estábamos sumidos en el caos Ya no estábamos seguros de qué éramos ni qué queríamos ser», reflexiona al inicio del curso Tanja Lucic ́, profesora croata exiliada de la antigua Yugoslavia La mayoría de sus alumnos de lengua y literatura serbocroata e

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Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada EN

Rating: 5     1 Vote
Country: Europe / Germany flag Germany
Description:
"Based on a true story, this sweeping saga tells the tale of a working class couple in Berlin who decide to take a stand against the Nazis. More than an edge-of-your-seat thriller, more than a moving romance, even more than literature of the highest order, it's a deeply moving story of two people who stand up for what's right, and for each other. Hans Fallada wrote Every Man Dies Alone in a feverish twenty-four days, soon after the end of World War II and his release from a Nazi insane asylum. He did not live to see his its publication"--Page 4 of cover.

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Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe DE

Rating: 4     3 Votes
Country: Europe / Germany flag Germany
Description:
Den store tragedien om alkymisten og filosofen Faust er en av hjørnesteinenei tysk - og europeisk - litteratur. Det sentrale motivet er pakten Faust har inngått med djevelen: Faust skal få hjelp til å nå alle sine mål, men han skal miste sin sjel til det onde dersom han fristes til å holde fast ved øyeblikket og glemmer sin sannhetssøken og streben etter erkjennelse.

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Ghosts of Berlin : Stories by Rudolph Herzog EN

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Berlin's hip present comes up against the city's dark past in these seven supernatural tales by the son of the great filmmaker who "shares his father's curious and mordant wit" (The Financial Times). In these hair-raising stories from the celebrated filmmaker and author Rudolph Herzog, millennial Berliners discover that the city is still the home of many unsettled—and deeply unsettling—ghosts. And those ghosts are not very happy about the newcomers. Thus the coddled daughter of a rich tech executive finds herself slowly tormented by the poltergeist of a Weimer-era laborer, and a German intelli... continue