Little Man, what Now?
"This classic 1933 novel provides a vivid picture of life in Germany just before Hitler's takeover and focuses on the lives of a young married couple who struggle to survive in the country's nightmarish economic atmosphere. Fallada captures the turmoil that engulfs Johannes and Bunny Pinneberg as they try to satisfy even their most basic needs in a society in total chaos from incredible, deadly inflation." -- Back cover.
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Review: Little Man, What Now?User Review - Greg - Goodreads
The era is one in which I enjoy reading but this book simply annoyed me. To be fair, It could have been just the translation. If I read the word "Shrimp" one more time I could have screamed. The novel ... Read full review
Review: Little Man, What Now?User Review - Rachel - Goodreads
This was a great read . Not as good as Alone in Berlin but still a great insight into life in Germany before WW II. Fallada has a beautiful writing style, a great sense of detail and is expert at dealing with relationships. Read full review
Finneberg finds out something new about Bunny
Mother Morschel Herr Morschel Karl Morschel
A little conversation at night about love and money
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