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Reunion (Everyman's Library CLASSICS) - Fred Uhlman Einleitung: Ali Smith

Reunion (Everyman's Library CLASSICS)

Autor: Fred Uhlman
Einleitung: Ali Smith

Gebundene Ausgabe, 13.10.2022
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Und habt ihr denn etwa keine Träume: Erzählungen - Anna Seghers Nachwort: Ingo Schulze Redakteur: Ingo Schulze

Und habt ihr denn etwa keine Träume: Erzählungen

Autor: Anna Seghers
Nachwort: Ingo Schulze
Redakteur: Ingo Schulze

Gebundene Ausgabe, 11.04.2022
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The Goyfather - Tova Marr

The Goyfather

Autor: Tova Marr

Taschenbuch, 09.11.2022
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Die Astrologie: Ein Leitfaden Für Anfänger In Horoskopen Und Planeten, Entdecke Dein Selbst Und Deine Persönlichkeit Durch Der Sterne, Die Aspekte, Häuser Und Zeichen Des Tierkreises - Melissa Gomes

Die Astrologie: Ein Leitfaden Für Anfänger In Horoskopen Und Planeten, Entdecke Dein Selbst Und Deine Persönlichkeit Durch Der Sterne, Die Aspekte, Häuser Und Zeichen Des Tierkreises

Autor: Melissa Gomes

Taschenbuch, 19.10.2022
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The Violinist of Auschwitz: Based on a true story, an absolutely heartbreaking and gripping World War 2 novel - Ellie Midwood

The Violinist of Auschwitz: Based on a true story, an absolutely heartbreaking and gripping World War 2 novel

Autor: Ellie Midwood

Taschenbuch, 16.11.2020
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Mila 18: A Novel - Leon Uris

Mila 18: A Novel

Autor: Leon Uris

Taschenbuch, 01.11.1983
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Notebook : Hugo Lloris Wide Ruled Notebook, Thankgiving Noteobok for School Exercise Book For Writing and Taking Notes #286 - Dowendye Akeem

Notebook : Hugo Lloris Wide Ruled Notebook, Thankgiving Noteobok for School Exercise Book For Writing and Taking Notes #286

Autor: Dowendye Akeem

Taschenbuch, 08.10.2022
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The Hour of the Star - Clarice Lispector Einleitung: Colm Toibin Übersetzer: Benjamin Moser

The Hour of the Star

Autor: Clarice Lispector
Einleitung: Colm Toibin
Übersetzer: Benjamin Moser

Taschenbuch, 09.11.2011
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Daddy: Weltbürger wider Willen - Nina Pfeffer Câmara, George Pfeffer

Daddy: Weltbürger wider Willen

Nina Pfeffer Câmara, George Pfeffer

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La vita gioca con me - David Grossman

La vita gioca con me

David Grossman

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" Tuvia era mio nonno. Vera è mia nonna. Rafael, Rafi, mio padre, e Nina. . . Nina non c'è. Nina non è qui. È sempre stato questo il suo contributo particolare alla famiglia", annota Ghili nel suo quaderno.

Ma per la festa dei novant'anni di Vera, Nina è tornata; ha preso tre aerei che dall' Artico l'hanno portata al kibbutz, tra l'euforia di sua madre, la rabbia di sua figlia Ghili, e la venerazione immutata di Rafi, l'uomo che ancora, nonostante tutto, quando la vede perde ogni difesa. E questa volta sembra che Nina non abbia intenzione di fuggire via; ha una cosa urgente da comunicare. E una da sapere. Vuole che sua madre le racconti finalmente cosa è successo in Iugoslavia, nella "prima parte" della sua vita, quando, giovane ebrea croata, si è caparbiamente innamorata di Milo? , figlio di contadini serbi senza terra. E di quando Milo? è stato sbattuto in prigione con l'accusa di essere una spia stalinista. Vuole sapere perché Vera è stata deportata nel campo di rieducazione sull'isola di Goli Otok, abbandonandola all'età di sei anni e mezzo. Di più, Nina suggerisce di partire alla volta del luogo dell'orrore che ha risucchiato Vera per tre anni e che ha segnato il suo destino e poi quello della giovane Ghili.  

Il viaggio di Vera, Nina, Ghili e Rafi a Goli Otok finisce per trasformarsi in una drammatica resa dei conti e rompe il silenzio, risvegliando sentimenti ed emozioni con la violenza della tempesta che si abbatte sulle scogliere dell'isola. Un viaggio catartico affidato alle riprese di una videocamera, dove memoria e oblio si confondono in un'unica testimonianza imperfetta.

Con " La vita gioca con me", David Grossman ci ricorda che scegliere significa escludere e vivere è un continuo, maldestro tentativo di ricomporre. Un romanzo di intensità straordinaria, dove ogni pagina è grande letteratura.



Die Apokalypse: (Limitierte Luxusausgabe)

Die Apokalypse: (Limitierte Luxusausgabe)

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The Hope - Herman Wouk

The Hope

Herman Wouk

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Starting in 1948 and reaching its climax during the Six-Day War of 1967, The Hope begins the story of Israel, a country fighting for its life - outmatched and surrounded by enemies. Zev Barak, Sam Pasternak, Don Kishote, and Benny Luria are all officers in the Israeli Army, caught up in the sweep of history, fighting the desperate desert battles and meeting the larger-than-life personalities that shaped Israel's fight for independence. The four heroes, and the women they love - three Israelis and one American - weave a compelling tapestry of individual destinies through the grand social history of one nation's struggle against the odds.  

Their story - and Israel's - is concluded in The Glory, which picks up from the Six-Day War and carries through to the hope for peace of the Camp David accords. In this two-part epic, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Herman Wouk brings out the passion, romance, and heroism of Israel's struggle for survival - adding to his oeuvre yet another enthralling saga that's impossible to put down.   

About the Author: Herman Wouk is one of the most widely-read American authors in the world. His books have been translated into 27 languages, and many of his works have become best sellers. He is perhaps best known for The Winds of War and War and Remembrance, an exhaustively-researched two-part historical series telling the story of World War I I from the perspective of two fictional families whose lives were irrevocably changed by the war and the Holocaust. Sixteen years in the making, the epic involved extensive archival research including travel for research to England, Germany, Italy, Poland, and Israel. The Winds of War and War and Remembrance were adapted for television in a 30-hour series that won the 1989 Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries and was, according to A B C, "the most watched television show in history. "  

Born in New York City to Russian-Jewish parents, Wouk graduated from Columbia University and started out working as a comedy writer for Fred Allen's radio show. After the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941, he joined the Navy, serving in eight Pacific invasions and earning several battle stars. During his service in the Pacific he had turned to writing, like Lieutenant Keefer in The Caine Mutiny, for an hour or two before dawn. After his discharge in 1946, Wouk finished his first novel, which became a Book-of-the-Month Club selection, and he soon followed up with the international best sellers The Caine Mutiny, and Marjorie Morningstar.   

Wouk won the 1952 Pulitzer Prize for fiction for The Caine Mutiny. He has also been awarded numerous academic honors, including a degree from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. In January 2001, U C San Diego established the Herman Wouk Chair of Modern Jewish Studies, and in 2008 he was given the first Library of Congress Lifetime Achievement Award for the Writing of Fiction.



The Orphan's Tale - Pam Jenoff

The Orphan's Tale

Pam Jenoff

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In Nazi-occupied Holland, 17-year-old Noa snatches a baby from a train bound for the concentration camps, fleeing with him into the snowy wilderness surrounding the train tracks. Passing through the woods is a German circus - a troupe of waifs and strays, led by the infamous Herr Neuroff. They agree to take in Noa and the baby, on one condition: to earn her keep, Noa must master the flying trapeze - under the tutorage of mysterious aerialist Astrid. Soaring high above the crowds, Noa and Astrid must learn to trust one another. . . or plummet. But with the threat of war closing in, loyalty can become the most dangerous trait of all.



The Slaughterman's Daughter: The Avenging of Mende Speismann by the Hand of her Sister Fanny - Yaniv Iczkovits

The Slaughterman's Daughter: The Avenging of Mende Speismann by the Hand of her Sister Fanny

Yaniv Iczkovits

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The Altruists: A Novel - Andrew Ridker

The Altruists: A Novel

Andrew Ridker

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A New York Times Editors' Choice 

"[ An] intelligent, funny, and remarkably assured first novel. . . . [ Andrew Ridker establishes] himself as a big, promising talent. . . . Hilarious. . . . Astute and highly entertaining. . . . Outstanding. " ( The New York Times Book Review

" With humor and warmth, Ridker explores the meaning of family and its inevitable baggage. The Altruists may not paint the prettiest picture, but it's a relatable, unforgettable view of regular people making mistakes and somehow finding their way back to each other. " ( People Magazine's " Book of the Week")

A Real Simple Best Book of the Year ( So Far)

Named a most anticipated book of 2019 by The Millions and Pure Wow.

A vibrant and perceptive novel about a father's plot to win back his children's inheritance.

Arthur Alter is in trouble. A middling professor at a Midwestern college, he can't afford his mortgage, he's exasperated his much younger girlfriend, and his kids won't speak to him. And then there's the money - the small fortune his late wife, Francine, kept secret, which she bequeathed directly to his children.  

Those children are Ethan, an anxious recluse living off his mother's money on a choice plot of Brooklyn real estate; and Maggie, a would-be do-gooder trying to fashion herself a noble life of self-imposed poverty. On the verge of losing the family home, Arthur invites his children back to St. Louis under the guise of a reconciliation. But in doing so, he unwittingly unleashes a Pandora's box of age-old resentments and long-buried memories - memories that orbit Francine, the matriarch whose life may hold the key to keeping them together.  

Spanning New York, Paris, Boston, St. Louis, and a small desert outpost in Zimbabwe, The Altruists is a darkly funny (and ultimately tender) family saga that confronts the divide between baby boomers and their millennial offspring. It's a novel about money, privilege, politics, campus culture, dating, talk therapy, rural sanitation, infidelity, kink, the American beer industry, and what it means to be a "good person. "



The Rise of the Maccabees (Lions of Judea Book 1, Band 1) - Amit Arad

The Rise of the Maccabees (Lions of Judea Book 1, Band 1)

Amit Arad

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The Ministry of Special Cases: A Novel - Nathan Englander

The Ministry of Special Cases: A Novel

Nathan Englander

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From its unforgettable opening scene in the darkness of a forgotten cemetery in Buenos Aires, The Ministry of Special Cases casts a powerful spell. In the heart of Argentina's Dirty War, Kaddish Poznan struggles with a son who won't accept him, strives for a wife who forever saves him, and spends his nights protecting the good name of a community that denies his existence - and denies a checkered history that only Kaddish holds dear.

Nathan Englander's first novel is a timeless story of fathers and sons. In a world turned upside down, where the past and the future, and the nature of truth itself, all take shape according to a corrupt government's whims, one man, one spectacularly hopeless man, fights to overcome his history and his name - and, if for only once in his life, to put things right.

The Ministry of Special Cases, like Englander's stories before it, is a celebration of our humanity, in all its weakness and, despite that, hope.



Last Bullet Calls It - Amir Gutfreund

Last Bullet Calls It

Amir Gutfreund

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Das Meeresblau von Tel Aviv: Roman - Sarit Yishai-Levi Übersetzer: Ruth Achlama

Das Meeresblau von Tel Aviv: Roman

Autor: Sarit Yishai-Levi
Übersetzer: Ruth Achlama

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Das Rosen-Experiment: Roman - Jan Böttcher

Das Rosen-Experiment: Roman

Autor: Jan Böttcher

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