Homo faber: ein Bericht

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Suhrkamp, 1998 - Fiction - 301 pages
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Walter Faber is an emotionally detached engineer forced by a string of coincidences to embark on a journey through his past. The basis for director Volker Schlš ndorff' s movie Voyager. Translated by Michael Bullock. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book

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User Review  - Widsith - LibraryThing

And now here at last is a real book for grown-ups. Intelligent and utterly unsentimental, Homo Faber would, I feel, have been wasted on me if I'd read it ten years ago; now it strikes me as ... Read full review

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User Review  - BrianFannin - LibraryThing

Third German book of the year, but probably the only one that qualifies as a legitimate adult-type novel. At times confusing for a non-native speaker. The coincidences and revelations may seem like ... Read full review

Contents

Homo faber die Verführung des technischen
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Entstehungs und Textgeschichte
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Deutungsansätze
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Copyright

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